There is no "It may harm your defence if you fail to mention...". Up here, you're perfectly within your rights to, and cannot be punished for, remaining completely silent till your lawyer arrives.
That game looks awesome! Did you see the open/close manoeuver? I can just imagine the *snick* as it hits full extension.
Finally, a game I can play on my N900
Sorry to be a party pooper, but those numbers all stack up.
A US gallon is 83% of a UK gallon, so the the MPG figures are going to vary.
50 MPG (US) is roughly the same as 59 MPG (UK).
When using US gallons, its hardly surprising that you reach the US figure, rather than the UK figure.
Not everybody does things your way.
I listened to that TED podcast a few weeks ago, I found it really interesting, but I was driving at the time, and once getting home it had completely slipped my mind to read more in to it.
His presentation was excellent, and it didn't occur to me that he was nearly that old.
Treason? Isn't treason an act against your own government, as apposed to someone else'? It winds me up no end that foreign governments have the power to effectively close the bank accounts of foreign companies, I think it is ridiculous, in fact, and that the big bad old U S of A should fuck off and deal with the problem at home, such as not letting this Asange fellow enter. Either the country in which he is hosted should shut him down, because they agree with America, or there shouldn't be anything done, because they don't, and are their own country and do what the fuck they want.
Puts democracy at risk, what nonsense you write
I can tell you right off that everyone in britain calls them satnavs.
As does, like, garmin themselves
Ah. It being a Scottish beer, brewed not far from me in fact, I was using the British notation - I didn't realise there were any others.
If you read on where the 'proof' system came from, you'll quickly see that the american one is, in fact, nonsense, but I suppose that that's a debate for another day.
So that those who are already downloading 2Gb at 30kb/s get it even later.
Nah I'm just trolling, there must be a lot of interest as nobody's getting a decent speed - well, a few have it completed, but its just a case of changing your settings and finding a location that's not suspended.
Anyway, good job Valve on a free open source game that might actually be half decent