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I think Noah Wyle did a fantastic job in his prior SJ role. Ashton Kutcher does not have what it takes. If you ask me he is a very one dimensional actor. He can't even pull off a good 2 and a Half Men replacement, IMO.
Shouldn't that be "The greatest thing since sliced bread"?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sliced_breadhttp://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/the_gr...e_sliced_bread
And this coming out at the same time as RIM exec resignations. Coincidence? True or not, I'm smelling vinegar from tons and tons of sour grapes. \
So there.
Dude, no need to explain yourself. Your post is better and more intelligent than most here.......mine included! If any others post otherwise, just use your option to ignore.BTW, the thought behind your post is spot-on.
From what I understand, all *newer* battery operated Apple products....from iPods to iPhones to iPads to laptops....all run on battery power while plugged in, which is why the percentage drops if you're doing tasks that tax and deplete the battery faster than the charger can replenish power. If that wasn't the case then one would be able to use a completely depleted device immediately, once it's plugged into the charger. That may explain why you see your charge percentage...
Off-topic but kind of related to what you posted about percentages, how is it possible for Priceline.com to be 102% institutionally owned? Anyone? Typo?http://www.google.com/finance?q=priceline
Which leaves Apple ][ the only un-ignorant, un-clueless, un-moronic, un-idiotic and un-stupid person in existence.
Being a the owner of a printing company I have to disagree with you. 133-150 lip was once the standard. With the newer, laser imaging technology it is possible to achieve 175-200 and even 250 lpi, It is very difficult to print (offset) with a line screen (dpi) higher than 300 lpi. When printing with an inkjet process it is possible to achieve much higher but that is achieved using an FM (stochastic screening) process. Any higher than 300 dpi/lpi, the size of a 1 or 2%...
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