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// unsigned char *p;
// Map<String,Object> map;
-- SELECT Name FROM ab
-- INNER JOIN cdr ON ab.PhoneNumber=cdr.PhoneNumber
/* pre {font-family: 'Ubuntu Mono';} */
<!-- <pre>&copy; right?</pre> -->
// function f() {}
# echo -e "your message:\n$(fortune)" | \
# gpg -e --clearsign -o - -r your@address.com 
REM if ""%1"" == """" goto default
; exten => 911,1,Answer()
svn commit -m "to be continue"

Apr
9
comment Why do manufacturers of most small/medium refrigerators default the door to swing counter-clockwise?
@ColinSharpe, usually this doesn't bother me, I don't store many bottles on the door side, just some eggs and pills are put on the door side.
Nov
29
comment Why do manufacturers of most small/medium refrigerators default the door to swing counter-clockwise?
My habit is like this: unhandy hand do easy job, handy hand do hard/heavy job. Open refrigerator door (and keep the door opening because the door will close automatically) is easy job, move/arrange things (such as move half of a big watermelon, or arrange things if there's no enough space, or arrange a dozen of eggs carefully) into refrigerator is hard/heavy/complex job for me. So, as a right-handed person, I prefer use left hand to open door (easy job), use right hand to move/arrange things (complex job).
Nov
29
comment Why do manufacturers of most small/medium refrigerators default the door to swing counter-clockwise?
I want to thank you who make this question clear and moved it to this proper website.