Imagine dozing beneath a constellation of stars, the warm summer air carrying with it a scent of pine and sagebrush.
Our households are stuffed with all sorts of fabric and textile materials. And like all other household items like toasters and sinks, there is a common theme: they break, or in this case, tear or rip. But when our car has a flat tire, we don't toss out the car. We patch on a new tire and continue on our way.
Learning a new language is much like taking apart a computer. In the process, you manage to jumble up all the importance stuff, break something essential, and baffle yourself when there are extra pieces that have to fit in somewhere. This will then be followed by you stomping out of the room in frustration, cursing in your own native tongue at the impossibility of what you need to perform.
Hacking. In some cases it can be amusing, like that time a man hacked the Los Angeles phone system to win a Ferrari from a radio competition. But in most cases it is frustrating, dangerous, and even detrimental to your business or personal information. And just as people are known to pick up unhealthy bugs, your computer can also contract a nasty virus that can harm its internal system. Because of this, cyber security is essential to keeping your personal information and computer safe.
Before I say anything else, I believe that chicken hearts can be found exclusively in Satan's refridgerator. With its lingering metallic taste and that gummy texture that never seems to break down in your mouth, a chicken heart is the perfect size to get lodged in your throat if you try and swallow it before it chooses to be done with you.
Businesses. Many of them can have an eat-or-be-eaten mentality when it comes to competition and especially when it comes to technology. And with the stellar technological advances of Apple, Google, Amazon and more, the powerhouse of the 90s is finding it a challenge to keep up. Yet, Microsoft has been playing the theoretical game of computers and techology longer than nearly any of its competitors; so it knows how to maintain itself and is finding innovative ways to stay in the ring.