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Bandwidth and CPU usage are two different things - blog engines like Wordpress are CPU hogs (especially if you use a lot of plugins) so I'm familiar with Carl's dilemma of running out of one's allotment of CPU cycles before you even come close to running out of bandwidth.
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I wonder why Now That's Nifty Blog doesn't weave a narrative and their sources into the post itself ... they've got great post ideas that often just end up as an aggregate of photos or a copypasta job from Wikipedia. It's too bad.
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Faced with bad viral publicity, United is now "trying to make it right"

I've flown United many times, and in the past several years, their service had gotten a lot worse. Bad as they are, United is still better than American Airlines, the only airline I refuse to fly (after a couple of very bad experiences) even if they pay me.
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It's always been amazing to me that some people (from both sides of the religion/atheism argument) insist on "proofs."

If it can be proven, it's no longer faith. Actually, faith is all about the absence of proof. It's how humans believe - not because it can be proven, but exactly because it cannot be proven.
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@mmm - that darned English language. It keeps on changing on us poor sods:

From the Merriam-Webster Dictionary:

1: a usually pictorial representation : image

2 [Late Greek eik?n, from Greek] : a conventional religious image typically painted on a small wooden panel and used in the devotions of Eastern Christians

3: an object of uncritical devotion : idol

4: emblem, symbol

5 a: a sign (as a word or graphic symbol) whose form suggests its meaning b: a graphic symbol on a computer display screen that usually suggests the type of object represented or the purpose of an available function
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The thing is that these apartment buildings are sprouting like mushrooms in China. They have rows upon rows upon rows of them. Someone told me that on average, a building like this one goes up in China every single day.
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