I would tend to agree that the graphics were unlikely to cause people to quit, they were, however, responsible for keeping some people from starting.
On the other hand, it's possible that the newer stuff are all custom one-offs. SCUDs they probably have an assembly line for. I'm not sure if they've really had enough launches to wring the bugs out of anything higher performance, a point at which they can freeze a design and say this is the definitive [cobert]Type-O-Dong[/cobert], model X.
If the only problems were differences between the missiles I'd agree, but the missiles had other oddities in their construction even when looked at individually.
I feel obliged to point out that the shield in question was intended to protect it while it was under construction, not while it was in use. Also, to reach that shield they needed authorization which may have included letting them through the local planetary shields.
I've never met or heard of any food that claimed god does not exist either.
Consoles are better for developers as they have uniform specs and interface resulting in (theoretically) better performance. Unfortunately it seems that instead of better performance, they reduce the amount they spend on development and aim for similar performance.
So you're upset that you have to be on the internet to download the game and updates? You may wish to reconsider your argument.
Try picturing God as an author writing a novel or a dungeon master of a role playing game.
Your citations show that atheists are more likely to commit suicide. More interestingly to me, members of religions that strongly prohibit suicide are more likely to commit suicide than members of religions that don't.
It could also be seen as them trying to reduce the spread of these writers works.
Copy-protection is a subset of DRM.
If that's your constraint, this would probably be a bad place to go as the star is older than ours.
If it's not their first yacht, they probably already have property near the ocean, thus a villa in Colorado might be useful for skiing or some such.
It's not that hard for larger retailers, but it can be incredibly difficult for truly small businesses with only a few employees.
Makes sense, but you can only tax someone in your jurisdiction so this would be a receipts/excise tax on the seller rather than a sales tax on the buyer.
How is that a different definition? The correct way to use it would be "I've already spent my per diem." The "for the day" implied by the term itself