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The Apache Indian in North America would go to war with the Athenian Oracle at Delphi over the island of Java in the South Pacific.
Phocian, not Athenian... We mustn't let that Apache get lost while he's in Greece.
The report didn't have anything else on it, so I'm guessing they didn't test for heavy metals or anything of that sort. If they had, I wouldn't have been all that surprised to see mercury and lead in the list.
As for Ozzy, he at least ought to test positive for heavy metal...
If you expect each facebook user to generate their own Public/Private key then you're diluted.
So what's the solution?
We need to keep bringing up this stupid behaviour. We need to talk about it, think about it, and most importantly share this idiotic stories with those we know who don't read Slashdot.
Why? Because this isn't okay. Like copyright extensions to infinity and like DMCA issues, Joe Average simply doesn't know what bad stuff is going on. The only way to cause change is by votes.
Well, some of us in Canada have started a Pirate Party for that very reason.
Of course some games are funny (Super Paper Mario had some great jokes), and even Smash Brothers Brawl made me laugh a few times.
I can't help but notice that the game you single out for being funny is not a game that seeks to "deliver a more realistic experience to the player" with detailed 3D graphics; in many ways it is in fact a "text-driven adventure."