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  1. Not always Rob. I spent a few days at the Four Seasons in Bora Bora a while back and I guarantee that if (when) you go there you'll think the destination is much better than the journey 🙂.
  2. And right across the street I'll set up the Mars Bar successor...The Snickers Almond lounge.
  3. Some things never get old. Like Sofia. And never forget, Sofia is better looking than Gina.
  4. Now, if we just had a rover exploring Snickers............
  5. I had the exact same CTD problem with several versions of the newer drivers. I rolled the driver version back to my trusty 442.19's and the problem was solved. No performance hit. I really need to heed my own advice.....if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
  6. Why all the fascination with Elon Musk? I mean it's not like he's worth following...like Sophia Loren!
  7. And that's why the old-time radio programs are better than television. You can see the picture much better.
  8. https://www.facebook.com/SimWorksStudios/ https://simworksstudios.com/all-products-aviation-navy-scenery-tech.html
  9. As said here...Ah, WNA, here we go again. https://www.cnet.com/news/no-nasa-photos-are-not-evidence-of-fungus-growing-on-mars-sorry/
  10. I'm with you. I had both jabs back in January but I still avoid crowds like the plague (pardon the pun). Until we know a lot more about the origin/spread of variants I'm not going anywhere. It ain't over yet.....
  11. Only if you're not in the house when it happens.
  12. But that's not the problem at all. The real problem is that the earth will become so heavy that the additional weight will slow the orbital velocity thereby lengthening the time period we define as a year. And if it gets heavy enough that will cause all kinds of things to occur. We may even get additional days in the calendar year. Consider these problems which then arise: Will the additional days be school days or holidays? Do monthly-paid employees get a raise in pay for working additional days? To which month(s) are the additional days to be added? Will we still have leap years? Is a week still defined as seven days? Will the period of rotation also be affected? Is a day still 24 hours long? If the day gets longer where do we add the hours/minutes? And that's not to mention the problems which could arise from the disruption in the gravitational relationship to our moon as it gets lighter while the earth gets heavier. Will the rotational and orbital velocities of Mars and the moon also change? Etc, etc, etc.............. I think we need to leave all the stuff on Mars and the moon right where it is.
  13. I agree. I've used it on both a 7200 rpm HDD and a SSD and I can't see any noticeable difference.
  14. Ford is better that Chevy Ferrari is better than Lamborghini and Sophia is better looking than Gina So there...................🙂
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