My 2011 MacBook Pro 15" will suddenly overheat dramatically to where I cannot touch the base after as little as an hour of use. Then any combination of the following occurs: black and blue vertical lines appear across the screen; the image fragments into thousands of little blocks; the screen splits into two halves; out-of-phase horizontal lines appear; other odd effects. Everything freezes and there is nothing I can to do regain control, in which case I hold down the start button to shut the laptop down. After my MBP cools off, I try to restart it but only get a white screen or a blue screen. I have to do a hard shut-down again. It can take up to 10 attempts at restarting before I can get my MBP working again. This is a very regular occurrence - once a day. If I try to shut down before the heat becomes intense, it simply will not close - the only way is to hold the start button down. I've run the diagnostics - all fine. I've re-installed the os - no effect. This started 6 months or so ago. Why?
The identity of the person who put the crack cocaine in the garage is unclear, but Butler is adamant that it wasn't him. Geller knew of Butler's criminal past but was unaware that he was a promising athlete. He confronted Butler after finding the drugs, and Butler denied knowing anything about them. With his burgeoning basketball career possibly in jeopardy, he told Geller, "I don't need this now."
It's worth re-emphasizing that this came in the year 1966, where American Jim Crow Laws had only recently been formally abolished but the after-effects of governmentally-enforced segregation permeated throughout the nation as if such laws were still in place.
But the 22-year-old rising star showed no lingering after-effects from the injury as he teamed with Mitchell on Wednesday to clinch a victory which was confirmed when Boston's Jaylen Brown missed a two-pointer on the buzzer. 2b1af7f3a8