@VijeMiller · 43m
I'd like a 'binary' size 'comfortable'.
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Hanging Air Conditioner Concept
Orbital Clock Migration
Plants can communicate.
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Google Chrome Orbital Clock Extension Update - Colorly
An updated version ( of the Google Chrome Orbital Clock Extension is now available, which features all-new icon (badge) color alerts.

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[Update] 218/072 - Discovered a cache of errors and have deactivated several of the color alerts while leaving numerous non-localized alerts in tact.
We Call B/S - NYC Metropolitan Transit Authority's Malapropic "Screw You"
day (dā) n.
1. The period of light between dawn and nightfall;
the interval from sunrise to sunset.
2. A division of time equal to 24 hours and representing
the average length of the period during which the
earth makes one rotation on its axis.
(Source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/day)

7-Day Unlimited Pass
Cost: $29, reduced fare $14.50
Good for unlimited subway and local bus rides until midnight,
7 days from day of first use.
(Source: http://www.mta.info/metrocard/mcgtreng.htm#unlimited)

A brief demonstration of one of the many of the
New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority's (MTA) deceits.
$29.00  (7 days  24 hours) = $0.17 per hour
Purchased: 00:01 1/1/2012 | 12:00 1/1/2012 | 23:59 1/1/2012
Expires: 00:00 1/8/2012
Difference: 00.06 ($0.01) | 12.00 ($2.04) | 23.94 ($4.07)
[Conclusion] The marketed term day is pliable solely in favor of the Metropolitan Transit Authority. To comply with the implied definition, the consumer must purchase the unlimited Metrocard one second after midnight.