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  1. Well, you should take the leap and come on in! We don't bite... hard. Lol
  2. Antifreeze is *not* propylene glycol... it's ethylene glycol. Propylene glycol is used as a food additive is generally recognized as safe. This lawsuit is a bunch of hooey, but unfortunately, they'll likely settle to just get it out of the way which will make everyone think that it was true.
  3. If people paid as much attention to driving as they do their barbecue, we wouldn't have these kinds of issues.
  4. It *is* working... it is powered-up and flashing in a failsafe mode. Only when it is completely out... no lights whatsoever... should it be treated as a stop. From the Georgia Department of Driver Services handbook: "If a traffic signal is malfunctioning and flashing, drivers must proceed based on the color of the flashing signal they are facing: if the driver is facing a yellow flashing signal, the driver may proceed with caution; if the driver is facing a red flashing signal, the driver must stop and wait until it is safe to proceed." http://www.eregulations.com/georgia/driver/signs-signals-markings/
  5. The hippest example of gaslighting... you're welcome. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKsQK7tkNI0
  6. Let's see if we can make this a little easier for LPPT: In chronological order, LPPT: 1. Well was designed with 21 collars (no analysis if any less would work or not, yet) 2. BP wanted 6 (still no analysis, yet) 3. Well was built with 6 (still no analysis) 4. Accident occurred (we're getting closer, but no analysis) 5. NOW analysis was made to see if 6 would work 6. Conclusions say that 6 would work 7. Analysis shows that there's no safety issue with 6 vs 21 8. Analysis destroyed as it shows there was nothing wrong with using 6 So, please, tell us again, LPPT: How would they have known it was unsafe when they built it when the analysis was done *AFTER* it was built? And, the bigger question for you, LPPT... where did the analysis say it was unsafe with six? The article says the analysis showed there was little difference in safety with six! Not only have you invented a problem to argue (saying it was unsafe when the analysis showed it wasn't) but you also magically moved that that determination back in time to argue that they were somehow responsible. Has Halliburton built a time machine too, LPPT? I suppose you'll argue the time machine is unsafe with some imagined problem?
  7. One of them dropped an earring back?
  8. I grew up in the housing projects, so I have a bit of a license. So, yeah... I grew up in the ghetto.
  9. So, when are you proposing to Pubby? Don't keep teasing him like this.
  10. Chromebook. You'll never go back at antiquated PC or Mac computing, again. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLUPlTA9gsY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QRO3gKj3qw
  11. Nik's is AWESOME! Best Gyro I've had. And their version of tzatziki sauce is fantastic. I need to go back there soon.
  12. Vista is slower, indeed. Less stable... hasn't been my experience. And... nice to meet you, fellow certified technogeek!
  13. As a certified technogeek, it is nearly completely unlikely that Vista itself is the cause of this issue. Installing Windows 7 might "fix" it in the same way that reinstalling Vista might. I'd have done that before shelling out money for Windows 7. And, for the record, Windows Vista was version 6.0... Windows 7 was version 6.1. There is not much difference between the two. It's mostly perception. I know; I work professionally with this stuff daily.
  14. The USS Enterprise was already scheduled for decommission by 2015, but was moved up a couple of years to cut costs. It was already at the end of life.
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