SANGER: We know that there are implants in our power grid. Interesting question is, if somebody made use of it, how good would it be at taking it down? And that’s why for the electric utility industry and for the financial industry, they’ve invested a huge amount in redundancy and resilience so that if you lose some set of power plants, you could contain it, route around it and be able to pick up and go on. And you just don’t know until things happen how well your adversary has wired your system to take everything down.
But hating a team that has success is not unique to the Jets its born out of jealousy. People hate the Cowboys and Steelers because they have had multiple dynasties over multiple decades. People hate the Patriots for their decade long stoic nature and militaristic efficiency.The source of hatred towards the Jets is because of our success, not our bravado (which certainly doesnt help)For the first time in our history, I’m proud to be a jets fan.
That all said, this is an MMORPG, so it is focused around community. Alone out there you may get easily ganked later on, but given it is an MMORPG, there is nothing ever wrong with making Online friends. That is what makes an MMORPG so special and what they are designed to be..
You could probably also take a 2l bottle, cut a hole about 1/3 of the way up on the side for the air blower suction port to fit into, cut the top 1/3 off of the bottle and fill it with ice then tape it back together and put the aluminum foil thingy into the throat of the plastic bottle. Or something similar. I don smoke weed but I guessing this would work and can be done with household items or wit items you would normally have on hand while camping..
In partnership with the Oceano Azul Foundation, the Waitt Foundation, and the Regional Government of the Azores, our National Geographic Pristine Seas team is conducting a scientific expedition to explore the waters around Portugal’s Azores archipelago. Their goal is to study the marine environments of these volcanic islands and their neighboring seamounts, from nearshore ecosystems to the lesser known deep sea and open ocean areas. Last year we had to jump off trail a day early when my phone got wet and died as we were approaching a long stretch without any road crossings, and neither of us want to do that again this year..
The most interesting stuff (to me, anyway) is the stuff the general public isn really privy to. Even the mundane stuff is interesting to me. For example, who cleans the trucks and why is this one so dirty? How old is it? This truck has a manual transmission, is that typical? Do most of your co workers dislike that? What division of FedEx do you work for? Deliver anything interesting lately? Any interesting stories?.