Am I the only one who thinks this looks suspiciously like a git commit graph, as represented in gitk/qgit/etc.? Like, a really, really badly managed graph?
Who knew that a decent, but under appreciated manga that debuted in the late 90s would turn out to be a tale of things to come?
There are native Americans when you get to the Blackwater missions.
@taxman: Actually, some of the things I've seen that corroborates the time period choice are the usage of motor cars (again, later in the game) and hold 'em, which didn't debut until the early 1900s. Plus, the story takes place at the end of the "wild west" era (Wikipedia marks the end of the Mexican revolution as being the end).
These are traffic cameras... they're not going to take pictures of your bizarre porn or illegal music collection. They won't divulge embarressing information about you at your next dinner party, nor will they be used to frame you by a shadow government!
Oh, so I guess the efforts of NBC, ABC, Fox, etc., to get their shows online through sites like Hulu are effectively legitimizing piracy too, eh?
Isn't counting bugs released as part of press releases and change logs kind of like saying "All confirmed criminals are in jail?"
Trying before you buy reduces that risk.
Isn't that the risk of an open market? I don't know if I'm going to enjoy the Tiramisu, but do you think I'd be within my rights to demand a dessert, and then only pay if I enjoyed it? Because that's essentially what you're saying is a valid reason.