February 17, 2012
A rush of wind came from each one, producing a symphony of flatulence. It took an hour for all the gas to exit.
It’s Phil Schiller, spending an entire week on the East Coast, repeating this presentation over and over to a series of audiences of one.
One might hope that even the benign act of giving women “more information” not be allowed to happen by forcing it between her legs. Or is that what we call it these days?
A note, like a photo, can be a container for all kinds of things. It is the perfect social object.
Target, for example, has figured out how to data-mine its way into your womb, to figure out whether you have a baby on the way long before you need to start buying diapers.