The Nintendo that Mr. Yamauchi built has has such a entertaining and positive influence on my life that I just couldn't let this story go by without saying: Thank, farewell, and your legacy lives on.
So does this include my 3G AT&T phone that shows an icon claiming it's 4G?
I'm not sure where I am on whether or not that should be a crime, but I would like to point out that April's parents probably had their guts turn inside out upon hearing that remark.
If I were the one with the gavel, my first instinct would be to let him sweat the fear of jail for a few days then drop the case.
You should work for AT&T in their data-plan department.
And that would differ..... how?
Since the recent debate Romney's popularity sharply dropped in the ages 3-8 demographic.
Not that I want to defend the PE teacher, but in my class if someone found a game on one computer they'd dump it to a floppy and put it on their machine. Back then viruses, instead of trying to mail your data out, attempted to destroy the machine. He unintentionally had a point.
Why didn't you notice you weren't logged in when the Captcha turned up?
Seven years? You mean you had Ponn-Farr?
How would the internet be a better place with less chicks on it?
Yeah, yeah. I wish everybody did things my way, too.
And that's still better than most Slashdot readers.
When we're in charge the first order of business will be to make Ponn-Farr mandatory.
Non-programmers... on Slashdot?
What do you think IT people are?
I do like how my post was modded down even though the summary mentions Apple when it's irrelevent.
Don't you think perhaps that's why sane people mock you the way we mock scientology and other douchbaggery?
Just because a bunch of noisy people agree with you doesn't mean you're sane.
Q. How do you tell when someone is an Android fanboy?
A. He'll be the one talking about the iPhone!