So are most pro gamers, so you're not saying much with that statement.
"Oblate spheroid" was not the shape that was being described.
If this was actually happening in the real world, computers would probably be crashing every few minutes.
You mean attackers have been exploiting this ever since Windows 95?
The jobless? The disenfranchised? The dispossessed? The poor, the hungry, the downtrodden?
Or is it just getting better for the corporate, the military, and everyone else who loves to lick Obama's boot?
You too can be successful! Just lick that boot! Lick it good.
This type of comment says a lot about the people who agree with it. When the headline says "The World", they only talk about the United States.
Yea the conservatives are becoming extremists. That's why I see chants of "What do we want? Dead cops. When do we want it? Now", and then a guy drives to NYC and kills 2 cops.
You had conversations with these people about political philosophy? That must have been pretty interesting. Was that before or after the police officers were murdered?
Also, it seems to me that the level of anti-authoritarianism that would lead to murdering police officers is not what the Republicans typically associate with liberals.
Perhaps this is "Corporate Assholes" trying to monetize their investment in their hotel property and make money as most businesses are created to do?
Exactly. What's up with all these people thinking that hotels shouldn't be allowed to do whatever they can to eliminate all possible competition in wireless service. Why do they hate the Free Market?
Rather than treating it as a future potential liability they want to send a message now to the future uberzealous seekers of the fairness: look, the price gouging is our patent protected right, secured by the laws.
A patent doesn't actually grant you the (exclusive) right to do something. Instead, it allows you to prevent anyone else from doing what you've patented. If you patent something that involves an illegal action, you can still be sued/arrested for it.
...until all of quantum physics is reduced to a three-second advertising jingle that anyone can understand.
I've collapsed, and I can't get up!
The point being made was that it's very difficult to predict what discoveries will be made in the future and change our understanding of some scientific topic.
That's funny. The first definition on Google states "a person inclined to question or doubt all accepted opinions.", which seems to be a good fit for those who are denying global warming.
No, it isn't a good fit at all. There's a huge difference between "Hey, your models aren't making perfect predictions. It's possibly that you're incorrect about something." and "Climate Change is a liberal conspiracy to turn the fine God-fearing people of the United States into a bunch of commies."
Now if only something this logical had any chance of getting done by Congress.
And what means are used to detect drivers who are high on pot?
You've never seen anyone high before, have you? Detecting such drivers won't be any more difficult than detecting drivers who are drunk. The same laws most likely apply, as well, since "Driving Under the Influence" probably isn't specifically limited to alcohol.