Sure, most people know that red, yellow, and blue are the primary colors; that black is the absence of color, and white is the presence of all colors; that printers use four colors (base colors) to re-create all colors, and black IS a printed color… but can you tell them apart? If so, how well?
More about me…
Tags…activism android android apps apple CSS Dave Ramsey dream environment finances firearm fraud frugal funny g1 gold Google government green gun hack humor iPhone Microsoft missile money music obama palladium platinum politics precious metals rights scam second amendment Self-Defense silver syracuse T-Mobile thrifty tip twitter utah Video Web Development Windows Mobile
Conditions of use…
By viewing, reading, and/or requesting the information contained within this website you agree to the following terms and conditions of use. If you do not agree with the following terms and conditions of use you may not use, read, display, print, reproduce, copy, refer or link to, enter into evidence, any of the information contained herein.
The contents of this website are the opinion of its author and/or contributors. Furthermore, by viewing this website you agree, on behalf of your employer, to release me from all obligations and waivers arising from any and all NON-NEGOTIATED agreements, licenses, terms-of-service, EULA, shrinkwrap, clickwrap, browsewrap, confidentiality, non-disclosure, non-compete and acceptable use policies ("BOGUS AGREEMENTS") that I have entered into with your employer, its partners, licensors, agents and assigns, in perpetuity, without prejudice to my ongoing rights and privileges. You further represent that you have the authority to release me from any BOGUS AGREEMENTS on behalf of your employer.
For further details refer to ReasonableAgreement.org.
Additionally, persons working for or with (whether directly or indirectly) the MPAA and/or RIAA are hereby expressly forbidden from viewing these pages and infractions will be considered tresspassing, copyright violation, and harassment, and will be treated as such in a court of law.
FTC Compliance Notice: Some links and/or posts may be sponsored/paid. Articles on this site which were written/posted before October 2009 are exempt from the Revised Endorsement and Testimonial Guides. Articles that fall under these new guidelines and were written/posted after October 2009 will disclose if any compensation/incentive was provided in exchange for said article.
Links and/or advertisements are not endorsements or testimonials of the contents of the linked page.