Your hobby drone can't carry 47 million pounds?
What? Yours can't? Noob...
No "worse" is possible. So go ahead!
I wouldn't issue that challenge...
Ahh yes. Wish I had mod points for you. I ran a BBS too for a while back in high school - on a Commodore 64 using CNET. Had a couple of 1541 floppy drives and an SFD 1001 (1 MB, baby!).
Used to love hearing those sounds, then I'd run over to see who logged on and what they were doing, maybe chat with them, etc. *sigh* Those were the days...
tips combat helmet M'Sir.
Anybody else remember the old Infocom hint books they published with invisible ink and markers to reveal the hints? They had questions for most major puzzles, and three levels of hints IIRC. You started with the vaguest hint and progressed until the last hint just told you how to do it, or close to it.
Great. Now I'm having a major Infocom nostalgia flashback. Thanks
At 8 years old they shouldn't be using the internet at all. You are a failure as a parent.
Totally disagree. I think children should be taught about the internet and internet safety (i.e. dos and don'ts, never give out information, don't talk to strangers, etc.) from as early as they seem ready. But with a LOT of parental guidance. I would never set an 8 year old free with, "Have fun, and don't google goatse!" But I would teach them and closely supervise them, both with software (like netnanny or something) and by just being involved.