Yeah, things have really gone downhill since CmdrTaco left!...
I guess you didn't get the joke about Columbus and Eriksson.
Hint: the A in ASCII stands for a land discovered by Leif Eriksson.
Best rendering so far!
Others focused in removing the crossing edges, which is an improvement, but this arrangement makes it easy to see who is suing and who is being sued.
Hah, it had to be circletimessquare -- oh how I miss Kuro5hin and this kind of out-of-the-box thinking that used to come up there so often from you and the rest of the people. Too bad the place was filled with trolls to the point of unusability the last few times I tried to return.
Those of us in the rest of the world, who have been suffering being the weaker part in the worldwide marketplace game, we've been paying attention for much longer than two years.
You are merely being compensated for your expenditure of time and energy, not gouging someone.
I see your point (and I agree with Sloppy's point above) but, to nitpick, compensation of time and energy is gross profit (which even not-for-profit companies have to have, in order to remain operational, unless they're funded by a third party). The grandparent post was explicitly talking about net profit, which is what remains after all costs are compensated.
How did people mod this down as troll? The parent expressed a valid opinion. It may be diametrically opposed to your core values, or even the core values your country is based on, but it's a valid, clearly-stated opinion. Don't use "Troll" as a synonym for "Disagree".
Come on people, we're no Thought Police here.
Yeah, that must be it. Transformational change -- not to be confused with metamorphic change, or modificational change.
...it would mean "Google Chrome Now Officially Not Free Software".
Fortunately, it isn't.
Do I keep his jet-powered wings? Are they useful for beating other bosses or is he too hard and I should get some other weapons first? Do you guys think I should defeat him before or after Cutman?
It's been a while since anything made me laugh in
Retirement means that when someone says "Have a nice day", you actually have a shot at it.