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Came here to say the same thing.
I think you need to see a doctor if you're literally sweating blood :(
What if you drop your helmet?
There is also a lot of fear mongering about dropped helmets.
This is a problem because no one can ever guarantee that a helmet has not sustained any damage in a drop. How many 'little' drops affect the helmet' s ability to protect the wearer in the event of that one major impact?
Manufacturers and safety authorities are bound to err on the side of caution and to advise that the helmet should be replaced if it has sustained an impact. This is because they cannot take the risk of saying 'that it is alright to re-use it after the drop'.
Use common sense
If you drop your helmet or it fell off your bike (stationary), then there would be little chance of damaging the outer shell or the inner shell which actually absorbs the energy on impact. However, if you throw your helmet against a wall or down the road in a fit of rage, then you could damage the outer shell and affected the helmet’s ability to protect you (Gibson, 2004).
All I know is when I fire up command prompt and type "ver" it doesn't say "Windows 7" etc - it says a version number (6.1.xxxx on my Windows 7 machine).
They thought that people would look, and they did. Their goal was achieved. What's your point? ;)
No-one has mentioned ES File Explorer??? That's the first app I install on any new phone.
You know, the only culture I'm concerned with is the current world's culture of being overly PC. The whole world needs a few cups of concrete for God's sake.
You can die by tripping over when walking if the stars align correctly. My point being, Jesus does love superlatives and sensational titles.
Apparently 40km/h or less impacts are death too. Nothing like sensational headlines.
Gizmodo US sensationalism? NEVER!
Yep, and also Donald Faison :)
How could you not be entertained by that? Lighten up, guys.
5 out of 6 of my friends who have S3 phones have had problems.
The odd number theory isn't so crazy. Same concept applies to Windows. 95 bad. 98 good. 2K bad. XP good. Vista bad. 7 good. 8 bad. 8.1 good.
If there's one thing I've learned from owning 3 Galaxy S phones, never buy an odd number.
I had an S (1), it was buggy as hell. My S2 was flawless until I dropped it in mud :(. I then had an S3 and it was even worse than the S - at least every 3rd day phone calls would have the microphone mute after 30 seconds and I'd have to reboot the phone via battery pull.
I left Samsung after the S3 and bought a Nexus 5 because I needed a reliable phone. Friends who got the S4 said it's been no problems. I forsee software issues with the S5 based on history.
Generally MoS Chill Out Sessions, The Best Of Listen and Relax, Gate Crasher 3rd CDs (the chill out ones), any ambient trance really. Last night was Joe Satriani Unstoppable Momentum.
It depends though. Some nights I can't have a single noise playing or I'm too distracted.
Thanks Luke. Hopefully you can remind us and show some comparisons when the new plans come out too :)
Ahh, I didn't think of that. Cheers :)
Nothing but me for the first page of Google, then I got bored and stopped looking.
How can you have a Russian surname, yet not be (at least a fraction) Russian? Adoption somewhere along the line?
Screw sitting there wearing bulky glasses every time I want to watch tv.
BUT the only way corporate entities change is if they are financially penalised by continuing on in their current ways.
That's a very well presented article. Thanks.
Not if you're from Texas...
As the map key says, it's global warming per area. Japan is a small area, so its increase per size is larger than the others.