Network engineer, game design hobbyist, and consumer of cake.
Electric eye of Polygon.
This was a thing.
They already know about the heist, because PD has been indexed.
I dunno. Their floor is weird. The waiting area for the lifts is fashioned to look like train doors.
Because once it came down to “It’s an HP” my recommendation would have been “Burn it.”
Not very helpful for Pojo!
Haven’t been to Chick-fil-a since the last time I was in the US…
I was half tempted to have my Nexus 5 shipped to Google’s offices and just pick it up on my way up to work. They’d have totally shipped it faster, right.
Well now you have to describe it.
What I tell Aussies about America: Even the urinals dispense high fructose corn syrup!
At least you don’t have to worry about a surprise under the seat with trough urinals!
I have no idea what they see as practical. Google employees are an experience.
Not all, mind you, just a lot of the ones I happen to share the elevator with in the mornings, etc.
Hahaha these are fairly popular here at pubs, theaters, etc.
Orange was also the problem, though. You’ll probably need at least all the blood of one hippo in order to sate the spiteful HP Networking Gods.
You may have flipped their switch this time, but don’t think you’ve won. They want that blood.
I’ve yet to see one Google employee with a pair.
HP. May as well log that as the root cause.
Last time I saw an HP switch (procurve), I was taking a sledgehammer to it before chucking it in the skip.
Now you’ll never get them. You see, if you didn’t ask for them, you’d wake up for them and be like:
“I never asked for this.”
If I ever get any more eye work, I’m going to ask for a massive googly eye instead of medical gauze. Or at least a massive googly eye over the medical gauze.
If you didn’t talk like a pirate that day you wasted an opportunity!
You’re kinda right, though. Toothpaste can be made without foaming agents. Most natural toothpastes will have very low or no foaming agents. It serves no direct purpose to oral hygiene itself.
Depending on the topology, it could be a lot of things. Without knowing the topology\configuration, I can’t really say, but if the redundant switch didn’t take over properly, it sounds like redundancy and convergence issues.
Was it Cisco? What animal did you use in the blood ritual?
Actually, the purpose of the foaming agent is to try and evenly distribute the abrasives and other agents. The problem is that most toothpastes use SLS, which is potentially harmful to the mouth\gums.
Hahaha, my SMS notification is the get rupee sound from LttP.
Yeah, good guy. Always shows up after about 2 minutes of brushing.
Someone at work as R2D2 beeps and boops as their SMS notifications.
I tore open the skin on my knee when I was younger. Watched them stitch it up. After the military though, I’ve seen far worse.
That said, if you take it out after it’s lathered up that toothpaste and mixed with saliva… Yeah…
You don’t need to actually do a manual brush action with the toothbrush. The vibrations do the work. Thus, you can close your mouth and still brush your teeth.
I actually know some people that will get lightheaded, etc. if they look.
I watch, though. It’s interesting. Blood tests aren’t as exciting as giving blood, though.