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Don't you think that on Monday, early, there will be a lot of movement - probably both up and down?  This will be due to emotions and excitement, not news or performance.
This is definitely true and becoming more so as things swing to the extreme right.  In Texas the wing nuts spend a lot of time trying to dumb down the education system.  http://www.therevisionariesmovie.com
Who are Gisele and Tom Brady?
I don't think Apple has any desire to give users the tools to abuse the battery and cause early failure.  The system is very carefully designed to manage the battery itself under a wide range of conditions and use.  Giving you the ability to interfere with that would simply increase warranty claims to Apple for bad batteries.
Buy a new Mac?  Get 5 free calls to Dr. Dre during normal rapper hours.
I tried to wrap my head around FORTRAN back in the 70s and couldn't do it.  Needless to say, I am still not a programmer at age 57.Apparently math and I are sworn enemies.
The example I found for that definition was: "a turgid and fast-moving river"synonyms: swollen, distended, tumescent, engorged, bloated, tumid More So it can be used to describe water, but as I said earlier, it's an ugly word for such pretty water.
While one can use "turgid" in this sense, it's not exactly a pretty word.
Makes sense.  However, if someone had my laptop, and my iCloud login, they could then remotely erase my iPhones and iPads yes?
I have a question. I have used two step authentication for some time now. If I am logging in to the Apple ID management page using Safari, it goes through the process and sends me a text with a code. However, if I log into to iCloud in Safari, it does not engage the two step auth. Why is that?
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