What is this, a fine for ants. It need to be at least... 3 times as big.
No, he drowned diving after a charity event, not taking the challenge
Or is urban blight now a natural disaster in the game? http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05...
I thought SimCity was about building cities, not demolishing them.
That's why it's called Justice, because it's Just Us.
Especially since a flying saucer should, you know, fly.
The headline is a bit deceptive.
I thought NK populace and NK army were synonymous.
While the article does initially use miles on the nearer asteroid, it does immediately translate it into lunar lengths.
Does this mean my TV is 3D? It displays in height, width, and time.
By that logic, we should require everyone to derive Calculus from scratch, because "Hey, Newton had to do it on his own." The reason we are where we are today is because people passing on what they learned before decreasing the amount of time for the next person to learn the same concepts.
That would just add validity to their comparison.
If you're plugging in a cable while you're driving, YOU'RE DOING IT WRONG!
I'm thinking maybe you should be the FedEx CIO.
An anonymous reader writes "I'm in the position to direct (or at least suggest the direction of) a fairly large amount of charitable donation on behalf of a foundation interested in promoting education. As a lifelong geek, I'd like to see some of this money directed toward organizations involved in things geeks like (e.g. spreading technology in education to those without it, improving the use of technology for those who have it, etc.). If it was up to you, what charitable organizations would you support and why?"
Hmm, twenty two is an odd base to work in but I suppose it's still valid.