OMG that picture I took is blurry, that guy must be a terrorist!!!
How do you plan to handle the privacy implications?
If you are winning on bacon at every meal, I will be moving there asap. The maple syrup conspiracy will not be looked down upon either lol
this looks like it could help
Extremely poor comparison.
Car wreaks often need immediate help, sometimes so immediate that they send a flipping helicopter. Jokes about pot? That requires a stern talking to at best, to be accomplished whenever it is convenient.
Umm the reaction is funny?
That is a valid complaint. It is just that alot of people get burned on one game, usually due to something like uplay or ea's DRM, and then blame Steam. It is not steams fault that Ubisoft or EA or whoever has fucked up the DRM. I was just trying to point out the fact that steam does seem to make an effort to at least warn the purchaser.
Those complaints are no longer true, the steam client has been updated, and I have been in offline mode in steam for up to a month.
Here is at least one example:
INTERNET CONNECTION, ONLINE AUTHENTICATION AND ACCEPTANCE OF END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT REQUIRED TO PLAY. ACCESS TO ONLINE FEATURES AND/OR SERVICES REQUIRES AN EA ONLINE ACCOUNT AND REGISTRATION WITH THE ENCLOSED SINGLE-USE SERIAL CODE. REGISTRATION FOR ONLINE FEATURES IS LIMITED TO ONE EA ACCOUNT PER SERIAL CODE AND IS NON-TRANSFERABLE ONCE USED. EA ONLINE TERMS & CONDITIONS AND FEATURE UPDATES CAN BE FOUND AT www.ea.com.
This was listed on the steam page for battlefield two. It was listed in all caps like it shows, listed above the system requirements, right after the description. In fact it may even be in larger font then the actual game description right above it.
You can also look on the right side of the screen. I cannot find any examples right now, but I know I have seen it say online connection required in the same list that lists things like single player, co -op, etc.
Shit, here in flyover country many people would call that communism. Don't worry they will pray for you though.
I had no idea that the definition of a word would get the vocabulary nazis riled up.
Ohh AC calling someone a bitch over the definition of a word.
Pot, meet kettle.
Spam as in email I did not request, do not want, and will not read, sent rather often to many different people who are in the same situation.
Frankly I do not care if it is "target advertising" it is spam in my book.
If I purchase something from a mail order catalog, and they insist upon sending me a postcard 4 to 5 times a week can I not call it junk mail?
For the most part it shows I shop online lol. Newegg spams me constantly.