Re: Other car manufacturers are available.
Is there a way to fix the window on the master cylinder? I have no rear breaks right now, I have a Motorino electric scooter, it uses the same kink of breaks as a motorcycle. Thanks
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"In fact, compared to the cheaper Nintendo Entertainment System set (with all its twiddly technic bits and separate television), we'd have to describe the VCS set as a bit of a disappointment if it weren't for the nostalgia factor."
In Canada the NES is $349 and the VCS is $299, I wonder how much a working Lego one would be?
"Rogers CEO apologizes, says 'maintenance upgrade' behind major outage"
"he president and CEO of Rogers Communications has apologized for a serious network outage that disrupted service for more than 10 million Canadians. The “network system failure” was caused by a maintenance upgrade, he says."
"I wouldn't be surprised if a number of those that voted 'For' thought they were voting 'For' privacy, rather than agreeing with the 'In the digital age, we should not expect our communications to remain private' statement."
I thought I was voting for privacy not against privacy, I would expect my communication to be private. I know it's not, it should be though.
"Most of them. 4 polio, 6 diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough, 3 hepatitis B and 2 each mumps, measles, rubella and chicken pox (again from memory ... my daughter's vaccinations were long ago, I'm going by what I remember of my nieces and nephews)."
I think Tetanus is every 5 or 10 years.
My sister is vaccinated and caught COVID from an anti-vax person at work, it was a mild case though and she is fully recovered, no symptoms of long COVID so far. Some vaccinated people do end up in ICU.
Bryan Adams is vaccinated and has caught COVID twice. https://thehill.com/blogs/in-the-know/in-the-know/583167-singer-bryan-adams-tests-positive-for-covid-19-twice-within
“We also have a longstanding commitment to building high-quality, innovative, and safe devices that customers love."
Like the Windows phone and Vista?
"We have been taking steps for years to improve device repairability and to expand the available choices for device repair."
At least they don't glue the Xbox 360 together. They could make it compatible with more hard drives. I'm not sure about the XBone.
"Anonymous pranksters resurrected a decades-old bit from The Simpsons at a school board meeting in Henrico County, Va., last week, where they duped councillors into reading out several fake names that sound a lot like crude phrases."
When I was young my mum too a picture of us (I have a sister) in the bath, if that happened now would she and the person that developed the picture be charged with child pornography? In my opinion there is nothing wrong with pictures like that.
What about the scene in "The Meaning of Life" when the children are standing in the bathtub, when they are singing "Every Sperm is Sacred"
I think people are overreacting.However, if the pictures are clearly intended to provoke an aroused reaction in the viewer, that's different.
With kids at the beach should be fine too I'm sure I went undressed, I'm not sure what the age limit should be though.
There should be nothing wrong with being unclothed.
"As of 2021, ShotSpotter evidence has been used in 190 court cases. ShotSpotter has admitted they manually alter the computer-calculated evidence "on a semiregular basis", and it has never been independently tested, leading to doubts on its accuracy. Vice's Motherboard noted that ShotSpotter "frequently modify alerts at the request of police departments."
I wouldn't trust it as evidence.
"Yggdrasil (from Old Norse Yggdrasill), in Norse cosmology, is an immense and central sacred tree. Around it exists all else, including the Nine Worlds. "
"Yggdrasil Linux/GNU/X, or LGX (pronounced igg-drah-sill), is a discontinued early Linux distribution developed by Yggdrasil Computing, Incorporated, a company founded by Adam J. Richter in Berkeley, California."
"Owners of Amazon Echo assistants and Ring doorbells have until June 8 to avoid automatically opting into Sidewalk, the internet giant's mesh network that taps into people's broadband and may prove to be a privacy nightmare."
It will be a privacy nightmare. We need regulation for things like this.
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