It's just like explosions. Except that explosions often require more creative effort to make them look good.
Hm... will it also run on Nitromethane as well?
I'm going to jump in early on this one. If you actually read the fucking article, "Walker says everything they're selling will still be obtainable by playing the game, other than a few cosmetic items."
Build bigger magnets.
Greatest nation my feep. Greatest liability maybe. Your nation practically caused the whole depression two years ago. (though admittedly your European allies are also liable for their own depression one year ago as well.)
It's $300 only because your economy sucks. Improve your economy (and thus your exchange rate) by that time, and you'll get a better deal.
It depends on how long they can keep the copyrights.
I guess it is a good idea to build in emotions and that morality core before it starts flooding the Enrichment Center with a deadly neurotoxin.
Nah, drop Twitter. Much more effective.
There is a solution. Too bad it's something which not many would like. The solution is to absolve all anonymity on the Internet, give everyone a biometric UID at birth, and be permanently associated with it. All interactions must go through a central server which ascertains that you are the correct person. Anyone found trying to commit identity fraud will be marked as treasonous, and given an extremely heavy penalty to dissuade such fraud. Needless to say it would be the end of Anonymous, along a host of other issues. But you would remove the majority of identity spoofing.
Aww, I wanted to play Billy Jean.
Too bad names aren't exactly the unique thing they are, not is it possible to determine what future site/media will be the next big thing, nor are all social media/networking sites free.
You got it the other way around. It's the US Government which has strong backers, like the MPAA.
I don't believe Singapore censors search results, though the resultant linked pages may be. Might just be a coincidence.