The summary also completely fails to mention what the hell kind of software he was looking for.
The general rule everywhere else I've driven is that traffic going straight has right-of-way, and those turning yield, which I suppose is why I was so surprised.
You're talking illegal civilian murders vs. government-sanctioned military operations. Conflating the two is a particularly strained argument.
Wait...you're saying that gun control *caused* World War II? How is that? Yes, there was the Washington Naval Treaty, but I'm not grasping your logic here.
Dammit. The preview showed "victims" highlighted but it vanished on submission?
Optimistically interpreted, he's saying it's unfortunate that the segment of gun violence that has attention drawn to it in the media isn't a larger chunk of the overall problem, the drawing of attention to which would be more effective comparatively.
I ran across a T-junction with a yield sign at the base of the T not too long ago. As there was also gravel in the intersection, I believe it may have been very slightly uphill, and night, I didn't immediately realize it was a T-junction and very nearly had a heart attack.
Only in the rural Midwest...
Good point. I suppose it depends whether we define 'emulator' and 'simulator' as being on the same continuum. If the emulator itself circumvents the security, I suppose I would indeed call it an emulator. But of course that makes it even harder to legally distribute...
Admittedly, some of those are Windows vs. Linux considerations which I've since discovered the reason for (auto-selecting the whole address kills the X Selection under Linux).
Heh--actually got the number right off the top of my head.
// clicking anywhere in the address bar or search bar selects entire entry (Windows default)
browser.urlbar.clickSelectsAll = true
// backspace key functions as "Back" button
browser.backspace_action = 0
// scroll quickly by pressing scroll wheel straight down
general.autoScroll = true
// show "Save and Quit/Quit/Cancel" dialog instead of just "Close tabs/Cancel"
browser.showQuitWarning = true
// try to guess an incomplete url, don't run a search on it
keyword.enabled = false
// don't drop "http://"
browser.urlbar.trimURLs = false
// re-enable old Downloads window
browser.download.useToolkitUI = true
Well, the term 'emulator' in my mind suggests that it functions as close as possible to the original version, and DRM would be technically included in that. Obviously we wouldn't *want* it to, but...
Unfortunately all the license authentication and multiplayer servers will be down long before then...