Sometimes, this time of year sucks. The shopping, endless family parties, over-eating, the crowds, endless well-wishing from people who can't be bothered to give two craps about you the rest of the year...all of these things are what make the season hard to get through for thousands each year.* So from your friendly Rock Music Examiner, a 2010 re-up of a mixdisc idea I first made in 2007. Each song is complete with a link to a youtube video for your viewing pleasure....or displeasure, however you want to look at it. Play this at your next Festivus party!
Under the hood of Google Nexus 4, there's a Quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with 2GB of RAM for back up. You will find a standard fare of WiFi, NFC and Bluetooth, making sure that the Smartphone does not need wires. Just like the battery of usa black friday S3, if used within the standard range (browsing, texts, and calls), the Google Nexus 4 can last days after usage without any hassles.
The second element is scarcity. This means the product or service has a limited supply or the time to get the product at a certain price is limited. A good example of this is Black Friday. You know, the day after Thanksgiving. If you want to get a good deal on the latest gadget, you have to get to the store at five in the morning because it will be sold out if you wait. By the way, scarcity can be real or just a perception.
Expect the largest crowds at Walmart and consider getting there way early on Black Friday Galaxy S6 2015. You might have to stand in lines for the deals that you desire, then again the items that are on your list may not be hot items.
The first piece of counsel here is very direct. Don't be anxious. While a watched pot will eventually boil, it certainly seems that it never will. While we all face various levels of stress in our daily lives, being anxious about outcomes only detracts from our performance. To give up being anxious, requires us to truly recognize God as Sovereign. We can't just talk to Him to hedge our bet, in case what we are planning doesn't work out. We must give up the notion that we can control the outcome of everything we do or in which we are involved.
Apple fans have always been willing to trade a few bells and whistles for a seamless and fluid user experience. Who needs mapping and navigation functionality anyway?