Storage? I am Storage!
- Jan 25, 2002
- Flushing, New York
I personally seem to go in spurts. I might not have any alcohol for a month, and then I might have it daily for the next few weeks.
The case of beer. :beer:
You seem to be confusing a case and a gross.I have not consumed 144 beers in my lifetime.
It us not related to 12 squared?
I bet he has his manservant do the shopping for him.Have you been to a grocery store or a gas station before?
You consume gas? What sort? Oxygen? Methane? Propane? And since when is gas measured in miles? Isn't that a measure of distance, not volume?I don't correlate the shopping. I've consumed thousands of miles of gas in September but no cases.
Got to head out to Laguna Seca Raceway and meet a friend who is a race car engineer for one of the teams. Full tour of the car, pit wall, etc. Very cool. No pictures inside the garage or on the wall, but a very good time. Heading back out tomorrow for Quali and Sunday for the race.
Nah, competitive knitting.
The time is getting very close:
TLDR: Group of the "best drivers cars" line up for a drag race, they throw a Tesla in there, it wins.
They've also been testing recharging on the fly:Batteries don't hold very much energy density compared to fuels, so they need to be able to swap battery packs quickly throughout a normal race.
They've also been testing recharging on the fly:
I was recently given a Thinkpad X61 tablet. It's a neat little thing, but it needs some work, and I'm trying to decide if it's worth it or not. Conflicting information doesn't help either -- apparently Santa Rosa chipsets will handle 8GB but this thing supposedly has a 965 if Device Manager isn't taking me for a ride, and those will do only 4GB at most. I don't want to spend the money on hellishly expensive 4GB DDR2 sticks only to find this thing can't use them. Plus, the screen's only 1024x768 -- if I want to put this thing into long term service, I'll want the 1400x1050 one, but the RAM and that screen would set me back more than this thing's worth I'd think. Processor is a Core2Duo L7500.
I probably wouldn't bother with any upgrades to such an old unit.
They are in the case fans, memory modules, motherboards and graphic cards. I don't own such a system, but when I'll eventually upgrade my aging tower, I'd like to be able to do so with ending up with a disco ball sitting on my desk.
RAM has lights? That's totally ridiculous.
Few people speak French in Toronto's area. It's in Ontario, Canada. It isn't in Québec.I may have to be in GTA, which is somewhere near Toronto. There are some initiatives with the Koreans.
I've been informed that the documents are in English, not so much French so I should be OK.
I don't think EU is feasible at my age and not understanding the language.
So, who else is going to live the rest of your life for you?If I thought I would live the rest of my life I would have made different choices.