I like this idea, but one problem - what about when the officer has to go to the bathroom? Should officers be forced to record that? What if they could radio in and request a five minute bathroom break to disable recording?
Care to explain how allowing up to 180k documented workers translates into MILLIONS of undocumented workers? They all have papers. They're also not going to multiply like tribbles, so what are you talking about?
Spore too? This firing is long overdue. I bought that game and because of it's screwy DRM it crashed constantly on my PC until they patched it about six months later, then it was finally playable, but boring because they dumbed the game down to appeal to kids.
Is this the free game they promised? A $20 coupon you can only use on purchases of $30 or more?
I completed Saints Row 2 and 3 and never saw any bugs. I've never seen anyone else complain on a forum about the games being buggy, only stupid.
Why do some people call Wal-Mart "Wally World"? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081023123342AAjStgd
I still use Paint Shop Pro 5 almost daily. It runs fine on Win7 and does everything I need.
Plastic bottles contain the chemical BPA that we were recently warned about. Here's an article that claims the previous claims are false. Make of it what you will. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/01/130102140526.htm
You might have been modded insightful if you hadn't posted anonymously. Either way, some people must hate what you said since you're modded down to zero.
It matters because one brother is clearly lying. Neil insists that he thought of the phrase spontaneously on the moon and that he was humble and said "for a man", but his brother says he's lying on both counts, that he had the phrase pre-planned months earlier, and didn't intend it to be quite as humble. So there is meaning here. Either the brother is lying, or Neil was more dishonest than he'd have us believe.
Seriously? You'd lock him up based on some sketchy details you read about online. I think the world would be a much safer place without that kind of gross injustice.
I'm wondering, in what country do drivers get issued a ticket for not having a first-aid kit in the car? Serious question, did you just make that up, or is that actually a law somewhere?
It's an article about two private groups fighting over the use of high tech surveillance drones, and it's perfectly appropriate. What do you come here for, dinner recipes and makeup tips? I think you're on the wrong website.
Consoles don't come close to what I have on my PC and have never been an option. I loathe all things made by Apple, so that's also never an option. Linux, as far as I know, still required you to use a command-line-interface sometimes, (no thanks, I had enough in the 90's) or mess with klunky configuration files. If I could switch to Linux with full software compatibility, I might, but that'll probably never happen.
If an author wants to upload a book to Apple's iBookstore, they can only do it from a mac. Furthermore, you can't even link to books in the ibookstore from the world wide web, unlike books for Kindle or Nook, whose bookstores are easily accessed from the web. When it comes to ebooks, Apple is a private system, segregated from the web. I wouldn't be surprised it they tried to take this further in the future and have their own private Apple-branded Internet for Apple fanboys alone where they'll never have to read a message like this one.