Teleportation and Invisibilty are my favorite combo. I may need another technology to stay unperceived in small areas, a fart noise/smell suppressor maybe...
I complain about the lack of this option.
How about trolling the current patent system out of existence...
Taco: Many, many thanks for investing all that love into this site which I discovered with great joy and happened to read every day since then. Let all the good karma you accumulated these years be with you and your family in whatever activity that you engage next.
Thanks again to you and to all your team.
"From the stores that sell knock-off editions of books"
This is quite popular where in my country.
enigma, darkseer, kardel, etc.
also arcade game characters like ukyo, genan..
I don't think these published accounts are 'paid' accounts. There is no reason to think that they are.
Also pron.com does not require email confirmation to make an account: I just signed up with email address 'firstname.lastname@example.org' and got immediately logged in to the site.
Good. Maybe someday I would be able to block experts-exchange on Firefox. In the meanwhile I maybe even try chrome just for the joy of getting rid of these guys...
Sounds like Windows Notmail.
nice name, someone please tip marketing!
haha good one +1
I don't know what are you complaining about, you can still google it. Here is the link
Allow me to spare you the googling
Where do I get one of these keys to the internet they speak of?
I'm pretty sure The Elders of the Internet gave one to him.
After three years of arduous litigation, Jesus Guerra Calderon, owner of both a small bar and the P2P link webpage 'elrincondejesus.com' has beaten the SGAE (something like the spanish version of the RIAA). An historical sentence states not only the legality of link webpages, but also the legality of P2P file sharing networks. Quoting the judge: "P2P Networks as mere data transmision networks between individual internet users, do not breach any rights protected by the Intelectual Property Law". Downloading a file (from a P2P network) for private use is perfectly legal as soon as there is no lucrative or collective use of the downloaded copy. English news links here and here."