Dark City! He did a commentary track for the blu-ray even.
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Technically, the last phrase I read before voting was "Print is Dead". So, I voted for that.
I use a free Google Voice number and have it set to email me the voicemail recordings which are auto-transcribed. Of course I enrolled that number in Do Not Call too. The rare message I get is usually a misdial.
My biggest problem is I have a Vonage line for work and I keep getting fax machines trying to call even though there's no fax machine hooked up. Faxes are not covered by Do Not Call (nor are political calls), which makes zero sense to me. I started to just keep the ringer on silent and have Vonage transcribe/email the calls for me.
The hashtags #wikileaks and #imwikileaks and a few others have been surging hard with tweets, for hours. Much faster at times than even the trending topics. Yet there's a conspicuous absence of them on the list of trending topics. Instead we see the usual celebrity buzz and one or two random phrases. People are looking for an explanation."
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Many games have installed switches that detect pirated copies and act accordingly, like ending the user’s game after 20 minutes. Ubisoft has come under fire multiple times for what players have seen as highly restrictive anti-piracy measures that annoy legitimate users as much or more so than pirates.
But some more-mischievous developers have used tricks similar to the vuvuzela fanfare to mess with pirates.
Batman: Arkham Asylum lets unauthorized users play through the game as if it were a normal copy, with a single exception: Batman’s cape-glide ability doesn’t work, rendering the game impossible to finish — although you might bash your head against it trying to make what are now impossible jumps.
If you pirate Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2, brace yourself for an explosion, as your entire base will detonate within 30 seconds of loading the game."
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Yes, it reminded me of a Murloc.
Also, I plan on using this word in Scrabble now.