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No matter if you love Obama or hate him – and the same goes for John McCain, Sarah Palin, Donald Trump, Newt Gingrich, etc. – How much any control of these politicians have known about the actual policy in Washington is? Are any of these known pols actually make the decisions that matter in Washington DC, and in state capitals across the U.S.? Or do you mostly pay artists, attractive celebrities that Americans remain as contestants on "American Idol", while corporate lobbyists and corporate not make important decisions behind the scenes. From what I can tell … Shur no more. I think the business lobbies are so strong that we (the voters) losing big. What to do, what to do? II `m not looking to God or anyone else to fix it, but myseft to vote and work with either party of any group to help. It seems that Dem is the way to go good luck to us all … Tom
I just lived my first 3 red rings on my 360. I wanted to know if I should keep my new entertainment center in my home. It is a cabinet where I put my dvd player, xbox, wii and receiver. It's pretty open, but a little tight on the sides and there are plenty of cables in the back. Also people told me that buying a fan for the 360 is not worth it. And so today I learned that … If your new 360 it is a second generation or later (it should be, unless you bought it used), you can either put it in an entertainment center. Just make sure you have at least 2 "of space on all sides. If your cabinet has doors, be sure to open them during the game, even if it is a cabinet with open back. Whether it is a picture of first generation ( Xenon or Zephyr motherboard), then we advise against placing it inside an enclosed area. You can tell which version you have by looking at the power connector (the end that connects to the console.) If there is an exchange in the middle of the two rows of blocks, then it is first generation and he should keep it as fresh as possible.'ve got a first generation (in fact, a system launch day) I've never had a problem with, but never kept it in a closet, and I never got a third intercooler on it. They also have a system of Halo (Falcon), I have saved in my entertainment center since I bought it, and I also had no problem with it. I keep it on a shelf by itself with 2 "clearance on the sides and 6" above it. Both the Falcon and Jasper (started sending fourth trim 2008) are much, much, much more reliable and deal with the heat better than the first race systems.