Slingshot legdrop gets two. He tries to go up again but Orton manages to shove him off, flying into the railing in one of his signature spots. Out to the floor and Orton gets that awesome dropkick of his. Back in and Orton chokes away with Rob making a hilarious face at the same time. Foley pulls Orton off Rob and Flair is TICKED.
We recap Christian/Jericho vs. Trish/Lita. This was a long story but a pretty good one at the same time. Jericho and Christian tried to hook up with Trish and Lita respectively with a secret bet being that whoever got to sleep with their respective chick first wins a single dollar, Canadian. Trish started to fall for Jericho and then overheard the whole story behind the bet.
Goldberg is champion. The first minute is literally just standing around yelling at each other. Way to use that PPV time guys! The first shot hits after about a minute and twenty seconds and Goldberg gets double teamed. After a solid beating, Goldberg gets a shot in via a clothesline but Kane takes him down with ease. Goldberg fights them both off for a bit and knocks HHH to the floor.
Click on Settings (the gear icon, in the upper right corner of desktop app), and select Recording on the left column of the Settings window. Select the checkbox next to the entry for \"Add a timestamp to the recording\" if you want to have a digital readout of the actual year, month, date and time of the meeting to always be included in the recording of the meeting. Likewise, deselecting the checkbox will prevent the timestamp from appearing in the recording. The transparent timestamp frame will look like this:
This article includes general troubleshooting for 802.1X wireless and wired clients. While troubleshooting 802.1X and wireless, it's important to know how the flow of authentication works, and then figure out where it's breaking. It involves many third-party devices and software. Most of the time, we have to identify where the problem is, and another vendor has to fix it. We don't make access points or switches, so it's not an end-to-end Microsoft solution.
Even if audit policy appears to be fully enabled, it sometimes helps to disable and then re-enable this setting. You can also enable Network Policy Server logon/logoff auditing by using Group Policy. To get to the success/failure setting, select Computer Configuration > Policies > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Advanced Audit Policy Configuration > Audit Policies > Logon/Logoff > Audit Network Policy Server.
Adult cats tend to prefer eating several smaller meals throughout the day/night, which is how they hunt if they live in the wild. They should ideally be offered food at least 4 to 5 times per day because eating smaller frequent meals has been associated with greater urinary tract health and is consistent with their natural feeding pattern. Providing opportunities for cats to exert effort and search for their food (such as using puzzle feeders and varying the location of feeding) makes feeding time last longer and more interesting and fun, this may also increase activity and help prevent obesity.
Bart Herbison: Teenagers go to a show, get a bite to eat. They head out for some late night dancing. She gets back at 4 a.m. The girl does not get home in time. But sneaks out again at 6 p.m. the next evening.
KB: Oh yeah. I mean, I kind of figured he was thinking Chuck Berry or something like that. And so he just kind of threw out this idea, telling the whole story. And we had Kim Williams with us. Any time we got together, Kim was always the risque one.
KB: At my house. And we had just moved into this house that needed a lot of work. So people were hammering and bang-banging so we went outside. And we finally decided we were done, and we are sunburned. So that's a good time to stop.
The latter is listed at the snopes.com Web site as an urban legend, and Gates has addressed the 640K quote in interviews. \\\"I've said some stupid things and some wrong things, but not that. No one involved in computers would ever say that a certain amount of memory is enough for all time ... I keep bumping into that silly quotation attributed to me that says 640K of memory is enough. There's never a citation; the quotation just floats like a rumor, repeated again and again,\\\" he told Bloomberg Business News in 1996. \\\"Do you realize the pain the industry went through while the IBM PC was limited to 640K The machine was going to be 512K at one point, and we kept pushing it up. I never said that statement -- I said the opposite of that.\\\"
-- \\\"The whole PC industry has come together around this launch. Windows XP is the most powerful, fastest, most reliable operating system we have ever done. We've poured literally billions of dollars of development into this new product. That was based on the feedback we had from our users, based on a vision of new activities that the PC could enable. The new security is very important. The privacy control is important. The messaging for real-time connections is a foundation. The new personal digital experiences; really we'll look back and say it's common sense, these are the ways that people deal with information. Together with Office XP, Windows XP will set a new standard for business.\\\" Windows XP Launch, Oct. 25, 2001, New York City.
-- \\\"Whenever new technologies come along, parents have a legitimate concern about how it's being used. And the Internet had to be high on the list there. You know, my oldest is 11, so we haven't quite gotten into the toughest years in terms of, you know, having Facebook accounts and spending a massive amount of time instant messaging. But I'm sure that's ahead. And we tended to keep our computers at home out in the open, so that as the kids are doing things on the computer, they know we're going to be walking by at any point. And by doing it that way, we've avoided having to have much in the way of hard limits, either in terms of time or specific things. We're just all involved in seeing what's going on and talking about what those things are.\\\" Remarks to the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, March 12, 2008, Washington, D.C.
-- \\\"When Paul Allen and I started Microsoft over 30 years ago, we had big dreams about software. We had dreams about the impact it could have. We talked about a computer on every desk and in every home. It's been amazing to see so much of that dream become a reality and touch so many lives. I never imagined what an incredible and important company would spring from those original ideas.\\\" News conference announcing plans for full-time philanthropy work and part-time Microsoft work, June 15, 2006, Redmond, Washington. 59ce067264