PALO ALTO TO OPEN PARKING LOTS AT PRESERVES: The city of Palo Alto, which closed parking lots at open space preserves in late March due to crowding, plans to open them later this month. Vehicles will be able to park at Arastradero Preserve as of May 23. Parking at the Baylands and Foothills Park is currently allowed only during the weekdays and will be permitted on weekends starting on May 30..
I literally quit in the 1st week of Season 12 because of sunsetting and STILL feel like this. I want to go back and experience the absolute best in class shooter gameplay but I absolutely cannot stomach the disrespect with which the game now treats the time you spend grinding gear. No joke I would have played forever if they didn implement PL caps.
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“I think that what I’m, like doing with my Glass, I think what do people do in Glass? I really I find that photo taking and the video, phone calling, quick messaging, directions, all to be a pretty amazing experience and that’s some of the core functionality we built into the device, we’re excited to really get it out to some developers and have other people create some amazing experiences with it, which we haven’t thought of yet. I guess that it’s still early days. But I think it’s very exciting.”.