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Comment: Re:Time Travel... again (Score 1) 592

by Mike Savior (#27978771) Attached to: What Did You Think Of The New Star Trek Movie?
Sure it might have been a lazy move, but considering the plot probably could have been much worse, to me it was as if the folks behind it decided to play it safe at first. There're lots more people who'd be more likely to mob over a totally bad Star Trek than one that gets the job done better than some may have expected.

Comment: Re:Experts Exchange (Score 1) 199

by Mike Savior (#27928071) Attached to: Social Desktop Starts To Arrive In KDE
EE would be pretty great if the experts got paid to share, but that's not the case. And so, if you're not going to be going there to post your own expertisse, it's a lot more worth it to simply check the google cache (as detailed in a rather recent 2600.) Because if the only people who are getting paid are the site admins, then I'm not paying for the "expertisse."

Comment: Re:You know who I feel sorry for? (Score 2, Interesting) 978

by Mike Savior (#23973821) Attached to: North Pole Ice On Track To Melt By September?
I would like to suggest two ideas for you:

1: Don't be so serious. This is slashdot.

2: Also, catastrophic ice ages have obviously happened before. Who cares if humans get wiped out? That doesn't mean the planet is uninhabitable for the species that exist after the fact and those that will eventually adapt for later.

Money will say more in one moment than the most eloquent lover can in years.