Fallout must come first before the crappy console games.
I think those were proven to be done in a movie studio in Culver City.
Bureaucratic Time Units?
For everyone who claims Americans are prideful and parochial, they need to visit France for awhile.
Not really. There are a lot of really solid improvements since Morrowind, but everyone focuses on other things while ignoring what's good. Ie, conversations in Morrowind were awful. Seriously, 99% of all NPCs had exactly the same thing to say but in Skyrim you can actually get some useful information. NPCs vital to quests don't accidentally die in Skyrim.
Of course, exactly like Oblivion you must first get some mods to make it PC friendly.
I've definitely seen butter measured by sticks in recipes. That's why most sticks also include measurements along the side on the wrapping, so that you can easily get 1/2, 1/8, etc. Ie, cut directly into the butter and the wrapper where the line indicates then pull off the wrapper afterwords.
If it's in the US, are they really "imperial" measurements?
Also, one of my grandmothers used all sorts of extremely obscure measurements. She knew the difference between a dash of salt and a pinch of salt. I suspect many cooks even in super-genius-enlightened EU countries do the very same thing, no one's going to measure out
At which altitude?
All I care about is finally someone gets to laugh at a country that isn't the US.
I don't think anyone at Youtube ever send out emails to all of its own employees saying "upload all the videos you can by monday or you're on my shit list!"
It's one thing to be unable to keep up with the take-down lists, and it's quite another to encourage your employers to contribute to the infringing.
So therefore we conclude what? Massive copryight infringement should be allowed because someone sold an extra 5 CDs? If someone wants more exposure, then they can grant permission. It should never be assumed a-priori that you have permission to take without asking.
More proof that you don't need to be smart or have common sense to be a CEO or CTO. Sending out emails to every employee demanding that they break the law? These are the sorts of boneheaded mistakes you expect to see on the "stupid criminals of the month" column.
Though I am worried about Anonymous Coward's mental health, as he's always publicly fighting with himself (or herself, that part seems seems to change over time as well).
How so? Deaths from the nuclear accident, even accounting for very long term results, will be very minor compared with the loss of life from the earthquake itself.
It's not just the US. Look around. Even in major "enlightened" nations you see all sorts of idiocy up at the top. Now the US may have its faults but having EU countries point at the US and laugh is just hypocrisy.