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Randal Graves: Some guy just came in refusing to pay late fees. Said the video store was closed for two hours yesterday. So, I tore up his membership.
Dante Hicks: Shocking abuse of authority.
Randal Graves: Hey, I'm a firm believer in the philosophy of a ruling class. Especially since I rule.
That's what I meant. You need a DAC to power them to potential - thy aren't tested with a 3.5 lineout.
About to stick on some pixies and go to bed.
These things get me high when I'm stone cold sober. Go to you audiophile store, check them out (they probably can't order a DAC1 because they don't make enough money off them, so try a 30 day money back guarantee from the internet).
You will not find a bad review with this combination. They are about a month's salary for the pair for a reason.
You're right. Sometimes you get the impression that Sheldon from the BBT is just over emphasised character, but it slashdot really makes you feel you haver your place, especially when you're having an IT guy angst day like today (hence the visit to slashdot). Cheers guys, you've made my day.
like my ability to easily transfer a virtualbox image from one computer to another, without dropping into some commandline tool.
I have tried many google tutorials using VBOXmanage, and and not been able to move my image from one machine to another, or clone it on the same computer without it giving an error message during bootup. So I don't look forward to the day my computer dies.
or fans that blow them out of the way.
or a barrier around the engine inflow.
I bet there is a solution, just no one gives a fuck to implement it until a few more planes go down, this time in the city.
Seriously some people with a lot of money need to get their shit together.
Thanks for that. Druby (http://www.cs.umd.edu/projects/PL/druby/) also seems to be a right step for a faster language.
On the plus side, both versions of Python can claim many of the smallest programs in the collection. Ruby (8, 1) might also compete for titles, but unfortunately its performance is so bad its star falls off the performance chart.
Then why the fuck is the Ruby community hyping it so much, and drawing nieve young developers in to a trap?
Why can't they make a language, or extend a language like Ruby, such that one can program it as a scripting language, but then add verbosity optionally (i.e. declaring the data types and their sizes, private / static etc. & whatever the hell makes a program light weight and fast) optionally? It's my hope that if I stick with Ruby one day it I won't be forced to learn Python because performance won't be "Ruby's big issue" in every discussion, but really, that is *just* a hope. I hope this isn't a mistake.
Linux is a concept. It's a theory. It's a dream. That's what makes it so powerful.
And it's also what makes it so frustrating for anyone who wants to see it succeed. What is success for an Open Source project? A child learning to walk takes the first step and the parents celebrate the moment, but what is that first step if nothing more than the first of countless more steps?
Linux is my dream.
People _need_ to be converted, and as the enlightened we have a duty to guide them. Microsoft is funded by money, by greed, by sin.
Think of the workers - that same child learning to walk. Where will he walk to if he wants be be a software developer? To high school, to advanced mathematics, to University, bleeding his parents dry, and then to Borders to by MSCE documents so he can work for Microsoft. His parents may have cried with happiness when he first learned, but by now they'll be wishing they never taught him.
Now think of the Linux developer. Most Linux developers can't walk. Why? Because they don't need to. They didn't waste their time in the computer labs at high shool - they were hammering chicks all day and night. Do you see them picking up MSCE qualifactions at a great cost? No? Because they can spend that money on chicks. It's not a theory or dream with Linux, it's real life. It's no skin our backs, neither is it skin off our dicks (or theirs). We must make this our goal.
Sorry to do this (I know the wine project has been around forever), but you know as well as I do, when the world of virtual machines is coming up so well & fast, why wine?
The speed of sonic, or mario jumping / ducking bullets or onto moving platforms - you could test your hand-eye skills without getting a headache. They should make a spectacularly good looking 3d platformer. I remember playing sonic 3d recently and returned it after an hour. It didn't take as much skill / speed I felt.
Also, dare I say it - the graphics are capable of looking better? They can look hand drawn animation, not like bulky blocks put together. Although this distinction is fading now.
Button presses per minute has somethign to do with it.
There are some games I can't play at a high volume or with most family in the room - those are the games with bad language evey minute.
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How much Karma do I need to switch off offensive and bias story tags?
agreed. Snes games would cost 60GBP (about $100-$120 USD) when they are available. Now they take 40 hours to complete and are created with a huge landacape design / physics / progammer / story teller / film prodution force. I feel happy paying the price of about 35GBP for games. And if I don't like that I can get them second hand.
However, if the games stores seriously want to get me to buy from them instead of just browsing during my lunch break, they have to start meeting amazon prices or less. Who'd pay double for a game unless they wanted it quick?