Personally I think it was nice, giving us a perspective how the deceased affected the writer's life, and probably others' as well.
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to realize it's not April fools and then another 5 seconds to verify it's not a dupe from April fools
I call bull'... It's turtles, turtles all the way down!!
You would think that the priority would be to investigate the incident, check how recruits working on army intelligence are selected, trained and supervised... Instead, we get this implausible thumb drive scenario.
Who said they are not doing that as well?
I don't see how one thing contradicts the other.
Dude, we had those for quite some time now... didn't you see them COMPAQ Portables?
They're IBM compatible and everything!
I have fond memories of it... Looked it up on YouTube not so long ago and pined nostalgically
It sounds like you had the shareware.
have you tried format c:
this registers the game and then you don't return to windows so quickly
It was a blast
I remember it as one of the first 3d games I ever saw.
Thanks for the reminder
If there was a +6, I'd have given you a +1.
[citation nee... ah, f*** it.
While not naming specifically cosmic rays as the cause in this case, what examples of actual cosmic ray-induced debacles are there in software eng. history?
Also likely an issue is Facebook's decision to take 30 percent of revenues
No sh*t sherlock... that was the main contention point.
(which then leads to an atmosphere where an insane Jew declares a war on Jews, Catholics, Gypsies, Gays, and pretty much anyone else he doesn't like)