The museum should be at Flynn's Arcade, just for instant nerd cred, Oh wait, thats in San DIEGO
No, the password was probably "#2 pencil"
I thought Reagan loved Star Wars. I would've assumed the SW trilogy was already in the registry
Does this foam chemically react to the water or is there some sort of floater switch that activates the foam? Because if the foam chemically reacts to the water, then there could be long term storage problems if these projectiles are stored in a humid environment.
The presidential Secret Service will buy and use one of these. Wherever the president goes somewhere public, these scanners will be sweeping parking lots to pre-empt any possible dangers.
That's my prediction
Unfortunately its so costly that only dear leader can imbibe this drink and absorb all of its nutrients so completely that he doesn't need to pee.
Their propaganda must be so effective that its immune to reason or sensibility. Scary
I'm glad I wasn't the only one that thought of Blade Runner.
Maybe its because all the the synthetic pets in the movie/book had microscopic serial numbers. Serial numbers had become like cattle brands for mass production items. And those critters were biological AND artificially made.
Caveat emptor. Let the buyer beware. If you knew the game was USED then you had 7 days to return it.
But i wonder how much game studios profit from DLC addons to their games. I'm thinkin Mass Effect 2, Fallout 3, GTA4, and others. Because the worth of DLC is variable from a freebies to 10-15$, always a fraction of the original retail game disc.
Sounds like baiting,
"My God, he's popping those pills like candy!"
What kind of kid pops the fun pills while at a public school library?
you mean 'Catatonic', right? That's how you would describe this condition.
"It was also totally my fault that the NFL broadcasted in Hi Def for some strange reason."
"In this house we follow the laws of thermodynamics!" ~Homer Simpson~
Now I can finally calculate how much to tip waitresses on my watch! Oh wait, they invented that two decades ago.
Maybe they're looking for new talent and now applicants know where to send their resumes (their new website)