An adjective used in hip-hop culture a combination of the words "true" and "real".
Trill is when you're hustlin, trill is when you're grindin Trill is when you punch in that clock overtimin Trill is when you keep it real one hundred percent And hold it down for your team run your game full sprint Trill is when you never fake, trill is when you real Chasin after dollar bills, gotta get it how you live Trill is when you hustle so you go out there and get it Doin whatever you gotta do to make a meal ticket - Paul Wall "Trill"
I've given up on inkjets, just too much bother. I'm all about B&W laser at the moment. i just take my colored printing to my discount club and use their setup. Cheaper and better in the long run. I did try the giant ink tanks mounted outside of the inkjet, and that worked surprisingly well. What I have not considered is bending over for the printer overlords.
There has been very little music in the last 10 years that has been worth listening to, let alone copying. They are heading toward security through obscurity. Like pro sports every leak they plug makes them that less relevant, and will eventually lead to their demise. When a new form of entertainment comes on the scene, they give it away to try for some market share, as it matures they can monetize it. The trick is to realize that you can take that too far. A few leaks need to be tolerated.
I'd agree on those concerns, let's just hope it does turn out to be the same old T-Mobile, but with better infrastructure. I personally would not have a cell without them. It simply isn't important enough to justify a monthly bill. I bought a 1000 minute Prepaid sim and recharge it yearly. Granted my plan wouldn't last a 17 year old a month, but is suits my needs perfectly. Not certain what I'd do if that option went away.
Due to reduced ridership, we are again raising fares
Many of you are not old enough to remember pre-cable TV. Back in the antenna only days, we got a channel or 2 and found it sufficient. The idea of pay TV was being floated, and one of the main selling points was; no commercials. Once the idea took root, they kept this promise for a good many years. It started with one commercial, now it is as bad, if not worse, than free TV. We let them get by with it, and now it is the business model. I never have paid for commercials, I cut the cord when the only alternative was to go back to antenna.
So if they want search a phone they need merely arrest the owner on any charge. The charges may be dropped later, the very act of the arrest is an impromptu warrant. I wonder if this includes traffic stop "arrests".