And here I thought Slashdot posted poorly written headlines to troll Slashdot readers.
Fewer accidental casualties until the bullet accidentally targets the hostage trying to flee instead of the kidnapper.
Sounds like they took his likeness and transplanted it into the game. Was it just his head?
According to the Contra Costa Times, the complex will house senior citizens and local workers and will include "a community center and pool, terraced gardens, an orchard and 'micro farm' and a barn." To be allowed to live there, workers will need to make less than 80% of Marin County's median income; seniors will sit somewhere between 30% to 60%. (Median income for the area is $90,839, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.)
80% of 90k is not dirt poor even in Marin County. I'm sure he'll charge more than $500/month there.
Does the mafia still control 80% of those "small businesses" like they used to? My brother in law used to work for a used car dealership until he realized how corrupt and controlled most of them were.
Is there a reason this was not released sooner? It seems like a lot of drama could have been reduced if this was released to the public much earlier.
One, the 3,500-year-old Senator Tree in Florida, was burnt to the ground by some kids doing meth inside the hollow of the tree, despite it being fenced off and inside a park.
Despite? That's probably why they chose the place, unfortunately.
We're way ahead here, I can blow through my cap in about 45 seconds!
That's what she said?
When I was young, I was very, very poor. Computers were not common. As I hit 5th~ grade or so, they started being quite common, and some teachers started giving bonus points or other advantages to people using computers.
Yeah, I think what he said was, "One mouse button ought to be enough for anybody,"
*Bob, tied to the sailboat* "I'm a sailor! I sail!"
Unless the store employee is equally oblivious and just leads them to the tablet section (perhaps to a rack of android tablets).
I don't know how slow it is so I don't know if this is possible but what I'd love is the ability to defend my own street from zombies, help a team of my friends defend famous places, and stand outside and laugh while I don't defend my exgirlfriend's house.
Any chance this greening will significantly reduce CO2 levels? Or are we seeing an equal or more reduction in green somewhere else?
As long as we're going to reinvent the wheel again, we might as well try making it round this time. - Mike Dennison