Tim O'Shea
Tim O'Shea answered

No - just a change of they way it is managed. The idea is that everyone has their opinion and the moderators only delete content that is against the terms of service (eg racist, insulting, bullying etc etc). So really they are just checking for content that isn't allowed not making any personal judgement.

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Tim O'Shea thanked Anonymous' answer

I'm not an Android user, but as far as I can tell, the HTC Desire 500 runs the 4.3 and Sense 5.MR operating systems.

Kit Kat, which is the 4.4 update of the Android operating system isn't available for HTC Desire 500.

I'm basing this on the information I found at http://www.htc.com/uk/go/htc-software-updates/

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Tim O'Shea
Tim O'Shea voted up Noah Green's answer

Great question, Tim!

My favorite mountain trek would have to be the Indian Creek trail in Arkansas.

As you come to a dead end in the valley, you have to scale a rock wall, and then make a 75 degree climb for 100 feet. This climb takes you to a cave. As you venture through … Read more

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Tim O'Shea thanked Noah Green's answer

Great question, Tim!

My favorite mountain trek would have to be the Indian Creek trail in Arkansas.

As you come to a dead end in the valley, you have to scale a rock wall, and then make a 75 degree climb for 100 feet. This climb takes you to a cave. As you venture through … Read more

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Tim O'Shea thanked Roxann Souci's answer

Although some of these suggestions are great, covering foods in a microwave oven has limitations.  I cover my food with the basket type drip coffee  (not cone shaped) filters.  I also use paper towels. Coffee filters are pretty pure as far as commercial papers go. There are also specially designed microwave "covers" that can be … Read more

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Tim O'Shea voted up Kim Snowling's answer

Mouth ulcers are not usually infectious, which means they cannot be passed from person to person.

So you can continue to share glasses, use each other's cutlery and keep on kissing!

Most minor, single mouth ulcers are caused by accidentally biting the inside of your mouth whilst eating, or cutting yourself with sharp food, a tooth or … Read more