It's not intended as a diet plan, though that could be achieved through stricter (personal) regulation of how much you ingest. However, it does have a broader range of nutrients and calories, meaning that you can have a shake for breakfast, a shake for lunch, and a shake for dinner, instead of a sensible dinner. SlimFast aims at just replacing two meals a day. However, SlimFast is about $7 for 14 shakes (14 meal replacements), Soylent is $65 for "one week", 21 meals, though you scale the meal to how hungry you are, supposedly. Still, SlimFast is a bit cheaper, but it's been on the market for a lot longer, able to subsidize development and all.
That killed any and all nostalgia value that Ocarina of Time had? "I hate Windows 8/8.1 so completely, that I'm going to uninstall Windows 7 and switch to Fedora or Ubuntu."
Obviously those are great classics, too. But the post I replied to specifically mentioned Pokémon and Zelda. As I said, I've never played Pokémon. I've not been much of a fan of that style of game, including the FF series.
Well, I never did play Pokémon, but I have to ask: does one ever really outgrow Zelda? Maybe the new games don't do it for you, but don't you ever find yourself wanting to play Ocarina again?
Any site that I use more than once a week, I add to the AdBlock whitelist. However! If I get an annoying ad on that site, it goes back to the blacklist, for at least a month or two. Basically, until the guilt starts creeping in that I'm using their service without paying for it. If you want to remain on the whitelist, and get my page impressions, then don't use shady advertisers that use self-expanding ads, auto-play ads, and especially flashing or noisy ads.
Am I the only one that thought it said "Super Awesome Mario Project", and was confused by the yellow/black theme? Maybe if it had been white/black, it could've been codenamed "Bullet Bill".
I can allow that certain cases of hacking are vastly over-sentenced by the justice system. However, you've got to be more specific by what you consider a hacktivist before I consider them not a criminal. If you break into a system, steal data, and then flaunt the data as proof that the system's owner is incompetent, corrupt, insecure, whatever, then okay. If you also use some of that data (i.e. credit cards) to charge innocent / unsuspecting / unrelated people $700,000, even if it goes to charity, that's criminal behavior. You're not just a hacktivist anymore, sorry.
In about 10, maybe 25 years
There were a couple of guys. They were up to no good. They started making trouble in the neighborhood. They got in one little fight, and the cops got scared?
#5 She already took their pictures, she could tweet about the issue, bringing attention to it for the conference staff, then SHOW THEM the picture, instead of the world. Why does she need to identify the jokers to the world, via twitter, instead of just using it to confirm identity with the staff? That's the logical disconnect for me. If you read her account of what happened, after she meets with the staff to explain what happened, she has to go and point them out to the staff anyway. What use was there in posting the picture, other than defaming them?
Except any month in which one of her loving children stop by and connect to her WiFi!
So, it's okay for poor people to pirate MP3s, gotcha. Also, I looked up the federal poverty levels and got a laugh out of the line saying "Note: Pregnant women count as two people for the purpose of this chart." What if they're pregnant with twins or more?!
GP never said it was unique to the US, sounded to me like it was just implied that was all the poster had experience with, rather than painting the entire world of politics with the same brush. Sounds rather sensible for someone named MickyTheIdiot!
That's true, but if your mom was a single mom, you most likely got her last name as your own, so it wouldn't be unique. Likewise, if your last name is Dad'sLastName-Mom'sLastName (or vice versa, or whatever), then your mom's maiden name is still a piece of your last name, so still not completely unique. This makes either case a bad identity verification tool.