Of course, 99% percent of the people talking about punching somebody are just playing internet tough guy (ironic, on Slashdot) and would never follow through, and aren't in either of your categories.
I disagree - and I don't think I'm alone here - I'd be a little leery of buying a console with a dick on it.
It's world-wide. We use it to "text" family in Central Asia. We get one of the younger ones to get the older ones onto Skype for a video call but often just for regular quick short messages, pictures, videos, etc. The older generation doesn't seem to have it on their phones, which tend toward the simpler, usually.
I think that stun grenade did more than damage your hearing.
At least from the sound of it, you're only going to kill your dog. Don't even have to aim? What's next? If you shoot someone with a
Sometime in the past, since it would have taken time to develop and start running. Not necessarily far in the past though.
Hey look, maybe not everyone has the experience you do with moisture vaporators, ok goldenrod?
I'm confused - why did you quit your VMware job because Obama wasn't really going to close Gitmo?
Posting history is a much better judge of trollism than knowing what UIDs they're up to now. Seems like that would be difficult to stay accurately on top of.
As for facts from the old days, the only real important thing is that Slashdot has always sucked in it's own way, it's nothing new, but definitely not at all so bad as the abomination that is beta. Doesn't work at all on my work box (something's failing or getting blocked at the firewall, and it is munged very, very badly - hard to find the article itself way down at the bottom - count me out!) and on my phone quickly devolves to a series of rows one word wide. Ridiculous.
Even so, there seems no shortage of secondary accounts, so that high UID user could, in fact, be an old-timer. Again, ultimately not very meaningful.
...which is ultimately not very meaningful.
Yeah, I started in 1998, so you're (both) clearly from at least that time or before. No idea how fast UIDs went, of course.
Come on, now. There's a lot more than 20 Koreans, you know.
Why do you think this would be a useful measure of competence for a weapon with primary characteristics of functioning reliably with little or no maintenance and cleaning?
Because of Jupiter turning into a sun?
...deserve's got nothin' to do with it.
How do you know the sand on your doorstep is from the Sahara and not some closer sandy area?