Even with a good degree, a lot of times you still wade through people shit all day, just not literally.
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Don't be. Australia is an awesome country. Assholes are everywhere. Anytime there is a disaster, the snake-oil salesmen will be out in force to huck their miracle cures.
Actually with the 2.0 patch that came out a few weeks back the overall DII feel has become much better. Drops are more reasonable, not being dependent on having 3 Billion gold to buy items off the AH is a plus.
I won't say it made it a whole new game, but it freshened it up enough for me to want to play through again with a new toon.
Nice,. Yeah, that's more accurate.
When you have a small loan, the bank owns you. When you have a large loan, you own the bank. ( more or less )
Same here. Have the Pet one for the basement/rec-room/man-cave/whatever. Runs twice a week. Only issues I've had are when he wonders into the laundry room or closet and can't get back out. Some times he may try to crawl under the couch and get stuck, or if my 5 year old leaves some toys out he may try to pull them in.
Over all, great investment for me. Keeps the cat/dog hair in check. And I don't have to lug the big vacuum downstairs and go through that hassle.. I like him.
He does need maintenance once in a while, but that's more fun than vacuuming.
hehe me too!
"Oh the humanity!"
That's the main thing I remember from encarta
. Encyclopedias are what you read when you don't really care all that much about the subject.
Thinking about this...you are correct. If you want real in debt knowledge go to the sources. If you want a basic understanding, but not be inundated in the details Encyclopedias do that.
I remember grabbing a World-Book Encyclopedia whenever I needed quick bathroom reading. For a pre-teen/teenager it was perfect. I got a lot of real basic info about interesting subjects. But other than for a grade-school writing assignment, they were just dead trees. I think we got the update books up till 1980...so talk about outdated info.
Encarta was like a breath of fresh air. except you couldn't lug your PC into the restroom to read it.
Now...hell, smartphone+wikipedia and I'm set for life.
Grats to Taco!
He will always be one of us, one of us, one of us...
No, You'll be able to use adapters...according to the article.
Otherwise. yeah that would be a waste.
I thought it was birth control?
That won't stop them...at least not at first.
It's just the "Man" trying to mislead them from an easy score.
Lol, you're my new hero!
Staples had a pen that would record your strokes as you wrote, that you could then download into your PC.
Forget the name, (don't feel like googling), you still need paper though.
I like to write my pseudo-code out ahead of time on certain projects, it would be nice to then import that in when I'm done.
tablets are nice and all, but there's something about hand-writing it out. helps me with memorizing. Typing, "seems" less so.
Yep, I think you got it.
Like the travel salesman problem. A sales man can visit every site, but what is the most optimal travel path.
the more places you add, the bigger the problem becomes....