All others count as 2/3 of a packet.
Yeah, this. Everything I've read up to this point says that the Hobbit will never come off, since the labor issues are now personal instead of business.
Actually, there were $90 videotapes, that was often the selling price of a movie that was only available as a rental. A lot of movies were $90 until the tape got re-released to the general public.
Sometimes, the rental movies never made it to general release, which is why my first copy of Bloodsucking Pharaohs in Pittsburgh cost $90. Totally worth it, though!
Whoever downmodded this needs to read some Niven and Pournelle.
>> OK, since you got a copy you can "share" it with me.
can != will
It's just as likely that a police station is a front for drug dealing. Better alert the DEA.
From the letter: 'Here's the deal, Mr. Gates: Either Microsoft undertakes dramatic, real steps, through its marketing, wholesale, and retail operations to assure that Halo 3 is not sold, via the Internet and in stores, directly to anyone under 17, or I shall proceed to make sure that Microsoft is held to that standard by appropriate legal means. I have done that before successfully as to Best Buy, and I shall do so again as to Microsoft and all retailers of Halo 3.'
So, the question is: Why go after Microsoft and not retailers as he's done 'successfully' before?"