If he was, he'd prove he was there in the first place, so we'd all stop killing each other over him.
Except games. And who wants a woman that won't let you play with her?
There's no way my computer's date can be right, it says it's August 10th, not April 1st.
Even simpler, ban everyone who bashes another OS.
What's interesting is how you extol the virtues of tai chi as a form of detox, and then go on to talk about "crazy biopirates" in the same breath.
Without training, the average human can withstand 15-20 Gs for a few minutes without experiencing any ill effects (aside from nausea and such, obviously). That's horizontal Gs, by the way. Pure vertical force, you're looking at a max of 3-5 Gs before gray- and black-outs.
People fail to realize that the point of food is to enjoy the taste. It doesn't matter how it looks, as long as it tastes good.
There isn't even such thing as a reasonable theist.
Pepperoni and sausage!
Considering that the only people who need a firmware other than the one that Sony provides are the pirates, I'd say this is well within the confines of legality.
Don't go to a communist country that claims to be a republic, to see fixed or otherwise gimped events that claim to be sports. SPOILERS: Russia wins gymnastics, Kenya wins distance running.
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