Or maybe the game just isn't that interesting?
When the next President( who will be the one who promises to castrate the NSA)
So you're saying the US won't elect a new president in 2016? Or just the one who promises it?
decommissions the server farm storage they have with our records on, they can be used to store police footage in perpetuity
No, it seems you actually think he would promise it AND follow through.
You should look up what that 'fertilizer' thing used for all grown crops is.
OK, so what's the realistic way to use an app that uses more bandwidth than your plan includes?
If you want to use an app that plays video (and you want to use it outside of your wifi) you need a way to get those videos to your phone.
Maybe grab a still image of the video from about ten seconds in along with a, "Click here to view this video" link? You know, so you only download a ~20 KB image instead of a 10 MB video of something you have absolutely no interest in?
Facebook's problem is they think that EVERYTHING with no exceptions that appears on your wall is going to have your unending interest.
Who didn't what?
Ukraine didn't sign a treaty with Russia?
Ukraine didn't disarm?
Russia didn't invade?
Buying a redundant net connection on the off chance that your net is down on the one day you REALLY can't leave home seems a little over the top to me.
Have you considered multiple generations and thereby families?
2 children of those each with spouse
3 kids from each of those.
It does happen in Europe, particularly in the southern countries.
Or the breach was one that pulled stuff out little by little to avoid detection, and they were afraid of the hackers opening the flood gates if they went public that the breach had been detected.
With the timing of Titan getting scrapped and the massive gameplay changes in Draenor (such as disabling any and all non-NPC flight until 'later') I can't help but get the feeling that Titan was WoW2, set sometime in the past of Draenor before the Legion appeared, and now large parts of it have been ported over to WoW.
Are you SERIOUSLY saying that England is the one spelling the English language wrong, or was this more tongue-in-cheek than can be conveyed easily in text?
Consistent incorrect spelling of a proper noun from another language as a legitimate word in your own language
There are currently 6.8 million WoW subscriptions (not subscribers due to people with multiple accounts etc.) worldwide.
If it's an even split between the three regions, that's about 2.3 million WoW accounts in the US. The population of the US is 318.5 million people. T-Mobile has about 50 million customers according to Wikipedia.
Some quick and dirty math: 50 million is about one sixth of the US population. One sixth of those 2.3 million WoW accounts comes to about 400,000 accounts.
400k angry people is a lot, sure - but since the patch can ALSO download directly from Blizzard's servers I don't know how many will even realize the problem that way.
I thought they were a New Global Order.
I think I'll try that reasoning at a restaurant sometime.
There is also a difference in success rates to keep in mind.
A cheap medical test that flags 50% falsely for an illness (and sends them to the more expensive test to be cleared) but almost NEVER clears someone who is actually sick is much better than one that is as likely to clear you as flag you if you ARE sick.
This terrorist list? We have no idea how many terrorists slip through the net, though given the lack of daily bombings it's probably very very very few - simply because there are very very very few terrorists in the first place.