We'll have the "Slightly Less United States of America", or maybe even "The Independent States of America". It's already becoming more and more divided (from an outside perspective).
As a British citizen, I'm so used to assuming that the government is intercepting every piece of electronic communication, I get really confused that other countries are annoyed they get spied on. Do these other people actually trust their governments? Because that's weird.
just set up a facebook group?
5 pounds is dirt cheap. Not even enough to buy a pint in central London.
1. Yes, you start with at least two donkeys of opposite sex...
2. Depends on how much you like donkeys.
3. Yes, but it would be a tad mean.
How much can a donkey carry?
How far can a donkey travel for before "recharging"?
How quiet is a donkey? Would the donkey sounds draw as much unwanted attention?
How much money would it cost to pick up a donkey in a local market and then feed it?
This is a quote from a different interview he did:
"I'd put it some place other than Planescape. I'd use a system other than D&D, because I'd want to align the player's story axes along different lines than Good/Evil or Law/Chaos to something more subjective"
So, it's just going to be another RPG then? Hopefully a good one with deep characters and excellent writing - but I'm sure sure how this will be the sequel to Planescape: Torment.
Nintendo will get my money purely because of their software; mario (inc paper mario series), zelda, metroid, pikmin, pokemon and a dozen other's that were purely first or second party exclusives. The vast majority of x-box and ps3 games I can play with much better graphics on my pc. The x-box and ps3 don't really offer anything beyond what a pc is capable of, where as Nintendo consoles do.
If it didn't exist then we'd have found a much cleaner form of engine to base our society on, such as hydrogen for storage and renewables/nuclear for energy production.
...that you actually thought democracy was about getting the best people with policies that would actually improve the country into the right roles. I'm only 27 and I realised that this whole democracy thing is a massive joke (especially in the UK where both parties are effectively exactly the same and the differences are superficial).
Until the system is changed to promote policies based on long term improvement (which may be unpopular) rather than policies which produce short term boosts to popularity, there's very little point in having you're voice heard. (BTW I do vote, but usually for ideals such as the green party who'd I'd probably not want fully in power but would like to see some of their ideas incorporated into current policy more often)
As a physics teacher in a standard comprehensive school in the UK, I've seen a massive rise in students choosing physics in maths recently. A few years ago very few were choosing it as it was so much harder that 'travel and tourism' or sociology and got effectively the same qualification. The schools also promoted easier courses as it massively bumped up their pass figures. Whereas now, with the changing job climate, lots of them are realising that not all A-levels were created equally and their job prospects rise dramatically doing sciences and maths (they still aren't great but they are much, much, much better).
Whenever they decide I've breached their "fair usage policy" for "unlimited" usage.
I'd rather watch these short ones than be stood out in the rain (England) for hours.
For the keyboard aspect, you could use one of those little laser keyboards, a quick Google search turned up this http://celluon.com/products.php . Not sure if they work or had any experience with them
That Germany was at such risk from a Tsunami or Earthquake.
I still don't understand why everyone is so up in arms about Fukushima, it got hit by a giant surge of water that leveled most towns and it was, for the most part, pretty fine. If anything it should be an endorsement of the technology.