Definitely get an SSD first. But you don need to get an NVMe drive, a SATA drive is more than enough. The difference in Windows boot time and loading times, as well as performance in games between a SATA SSD and NVMe SSD, is negligible. For shoppers, the message is inescapable: if you’re over a certain size, you don’t belong. “It’s like we’ve been taught we all should have third eyes, and if you don’t have a third eye, what’s wrong with you?” says McCarthy, the Emmy winning actress who has been “every shape and size under the rainbow” and is currently a size 14. “If you tell people that long enough, in 30 years everyone’s going to go, ‘You see that one? She’s only got two eyes.'” In stores, she adds, the plus size sections are often relegated to obscure areas, like the corner or on a different floor, if they exist at all.
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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileBritain’s advertising watchdog says these two ads, commissioned by the Department of Energy and Climate Change, are misleading in their claims about the effects of carbon dioxide emissions. (DECC website)The British government has been forced to pull two advertisements about climate change that were ruled misleading by the country’s advertising watchdog.The nursery rhyme themed ads were part of the Department of Energy and Climate Change’s “Act on CO2” print campaign, urging people to reduce their carbon footprint.In their review, released Wednesday, the ASA found the claims of extreme flooding and drought in the two ads “should have been phrased more tentatively” because of the lack of certain proof that such events are caused by climate change. The ASA rejected complaints about the other ads, including that they caused “fear and distress” for those who saw them.Britain’s climate change secretary, Ed Milliband, accepted the criticism but defended the campaign.Read moreOver the years, there have been many advertising campaigns to curb drinking and driving, smoking, starting forest fires, bullying, littering and other behaviour.PSAs: Which public service advertising campaigns have had an impact on you?Take our poll:Should the British ads have been banned?pollsPoll is not scientific.