Still on 12 here, too. I'm still a bit miffed that they took the choice away from having tabs below the address bar or having bookmarks or buttons to the right of the main menu or having a dedicated stop loading button from 9 or 10. The only thing keeping me from going Firefox full time is mouse gestures.
On the other hand, most desserts are fairly delectable.
[...] farmers in the US never really got into feeding their animals ground up animal parts.
Not quite. Feeding cows to cows had to be explicitly banned by the FDA. Now we feed cows to chickens then feed "poultry litter" to cows. http://www.motherjones.com/tom...
If you design a game that relies on that overhead, then those that don't have it will have a poor experience.
If you design a game that relies on the Kinect, then those players are probably getting a poor experience anyway.
Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 have faced a boat load of criticism and hatred, partly due to the removal of the Start button and Start menu.
Start Menu. A button is just a fucking button and only necessary to show you where to click. That's how the majority of 8's blatant mistakes with all the hold mouse here, charms bar, and other nonsense.
When did MacGyver move to India?!
And I wouldn't know she's smart w/o spending some time with her, and that's just as creepy.
Okay, well, then the easy solution is to merely watch her from afar- Wait, no. Man, this is harder than I thought.
With how easily hydrogen ignites, we might finally get cars that explode from crashes and gun shots!
That sounds like something a communist nazi vampire would say if they wanted ta taker guhnz@!
[...] if you can circumvent one amendment, you can circumvent them all, and down that road lies fascism.
Which, of course, is why gun owners are famous for defending free speech, freedom of the press, freedom of (and from) religion, the right to peacefully assemble, the right to a speedy and fair trial, against unreasonable searches and seizures....
It's the bandwidth! You know, like when the "superbit" version of The Fifth Element came out.
Golf with guns? That sounds properly American!
The sad thing about it is there's now an expectation that technology will or needs to be quickly replaced so it doesn't matter how solid something is built as long as it lasts until the next version is out.
Sadly, battery-backed saves don't last. My Pokemon Crystal is nigh unplayable because of it and I remember as a kid having the same issue with Zelda on the NES. N64 and Gamecube controllers can't handle the beatings that the consoles can. My Gamecube has occasional read issues but it's lasted thousands of hours, many a tens of hours play sessions or overnight cheeze-fests to level up RPG characters (or I'd fall asleep with it on while leveling up). But yeah... RIP analog sticks.
Smarter transportation options?