As you can see in the photos above, Annie’s brush with the law was a blast. However, she isn’t the only senior who has wondered what life is like behind bars. Last year, a 102-year-old woman named Edie Simms from St. Louis, Missouri was faux-arrested per her own bucket list request. Police teamed up with a local senior center to make Simms’s dream come true. "She was so excited that she can ride in a police car and she said, 'Do you think you could put those handcuffs on me?'" Michael Howard, executive director of Five Star Senior Center, told KPLR . Talk about centenarians gone wild!
The release of each new iPhone model is a big-money occasion. Not just for Apple, the world's largest company by market capitalization and a new Warren Buffet favorite . But also for consumers, who will reportedly be asked to shell out up to $1,400 for the new device at a time when credit card debt is approaching record highs. The key, it seems, is that credit scores are at lofty historical levels, too. In other words, installment plans and other financing arrangements will help the iPhone remain as popular as ever into its second decade.
The number 2,147,483,647 (or hexadecimal 7FFF,FFFF 16 ) is the maximum positive value for a 32-bit signed binary integer in computing . It is therefore the maximum value for variables declared as integers (., as int ) in many programming languages, and the maximum possible score, money, etc. for many video games . The appearance of the number often reflects an error, overflow condition, or missing value.  In December 2014, Google initially claimed that PSY's music video " Gangnam Style " exceeded the 32-bit integer limit for YouTube view count, necessitating YouTube to upgrade the variable to a 64-bit integer.   Google later admitted that this was a joke.