The only time I ever experience this issue is when my wife has decided not to use her laptop and has instead decided to use my carefully tended to machine.
I presume this is just an extension of Microsoft's attempt to grab users while they're young and impressionable and hopefully engender some brand loyalty, much in the same way they throw loads of free (or very, very cheap) at the Educational sector.
I would have thought that as long as the US has them we don't need them.
You do realise how ridiculous you sound, right?
What are you blathering on about? It's got nothing to do with the EU.
Because our prisons are already nearly full...
This to me signifies the decline in musical quality of late.
It's so easy to obtain (and by obtain I don't mean own) music now, there is no effort or desire required by the listener. And if the listeners don't have to try, then why should the artists.
*This may be a thinly veiled get off my lawn post.
The thing that always gets me mildy piqued is when a film's protagonist leaps onto narrow ledge, catches themselves by their fingers and then somehow is able to pull themselves up from this peril. Cf. The elevator shaft leap in the first Die Hard film.
This could be (and probably is) me mis-remembering, but I'm sure most films clocked in at around the 90 minute mark* until Tarantino released Pulp Fiction. Then everybody had to copy and have 150 minute+ films.
*Historical epics aside.
Now this is why I play games that don't necessarily have an ending - the Football Manager series being a prime example.
I'm *still* playing the 2010 version of the game (which was released in Autumn 2009) and I dread to think how many hours I've racked up.
In order to avoid a very unhappy 33rd birthday.
If I had the points this would be modded up.
I know the poll specifically states 'Devices', but my cat is definitely solar powered.