And the little elves in the workshop look identical.
Those that offer the solutions are the Hobgoblin.
Sounds like an April Fools joke a day early for many of us.
Apparently it dropped some of my last comment. It was supposed to read:
If "1" = a "concrete idea" and "0.(9)" = "an abstract idea" then 1 0.(9)
a concrete idea is NOT an abstract idea
if "1" = a concrete idea and "0.(9)" = an abstract idea then 1 0.(9) a concrete idea an abstract idea
The word 'Jedi' has become a part of the American culture and LucasFilms Ltd is in danger of it becoming generic. Jedi Mind has to convince the judge that this is true and it would alter the course of battle...
I'm all for this.
Judging by their protection of U.S. Property I'd say pay the nine cents already and move on already. It's only fair to pay them their fair share.
*beep* *beep* *beep* *BEEEEEEEP*
YokimaSun writes "Noobz have today released a new exploit in the game Lumines — allowing unsigned code to be ran!, from the article:" Following research in conjunction with Archaemic, Noobz are proud to present the first ever all-firmware exploit for the PSP. Based on Lumines, the "Illuminati" exploit is a user-mode exploit using a buffer overflow in the savedata file — similar to the GTA exploit. That's right — if you've got a legal UMD copy of Lumines, then you can run homebrew on your PSP — whatever the firmware version. That includes v3.50! Right now, the only homebrew is the Hello World demo released below — but in future we intend to release a HEN and downgrader.""
Senior SomethingOrOther writes "From an editorial in the ContraCosta Times, Pleasanton, CA. "The quickest and surest way to make President Bush end the war in Iraq is to send each of our soldiers a small vial of embryonic stem cells to wear on their dog tags. President Bush will immediately panic when he hears that stem cells might be in danger of being destroyed. As quickly as he vetoed the stem cell bill last week, Bush will quickly figure a way to get the vials (and the attached soldiers) out of harms way." Worth a a try..."