Rode the storm! No, not Felix. Baumgartner’s feat reminded us of the extraordinary story of Lieutenant Colonel William H. Rankin. Half a century ago, Rankin was flying solo in a jet fighter when the plane malfunctioned while traveling in excess of 500 miles per hour. He ejected from his plane without a pressure suit about nine miles above sea level—that’s more than three miles higher than the peak of Mt. Everest. Worse, he plummeted straight into “one of the most violent storms ever recorded on the East Coast,” turning what should have been a ten-minute fall into forty horrifying minutes.
Why can't I find a music player for my android phone that:
DOES NOT need access to my accounts database DOES NOT need access to my phone id, calls, etc DOES NOT need internet DOES NOT need (insert special permission here) DOES NOT freaking crash (like google music) -- DOES good playlists DOES good random shuffle DOES work with bluetooth +remote DOES good car mode -- I don't give a crap about streaming or the cloud. I have my own music library that I've paid for. I just want to have a music player that works like it's supposed to and doesn't try to connect everything I do with the internet. Is it really that hard? I'm not looking for free, this would be worth the money.
Two Arms and a Head. The Death of a Newly Paraplegic Philosopher. by Clayton Atreus. Forthwith this frame of mine was wrench'd. With a woful agony. Which forced me to begin my tale. And then it left m...
I walked in and was greeted by Dave. He made time for me and my questions and was helpful in getting me straightened out on a few things. His knowledge of shovelheads goes back a long way. He is old school and passed on quite a bit of info but did not make me feel like in idiot. I'll be taking my business to him in the future.