...And this is on slashdot, why? I didn't realize a thinly veiled advertisement falls under "stuff that matters".
These jokes are bad and you should feel bad.
...Another reason to switch to PC gaming
...the Bill of Rights
I think the real problem is, Americans just aren't interested in Science and Technology whatsoever.
The New York Times hasn't been a credible news source for decades now. Everyone has moved to BBC, Al Jazeera, and other British news outlets. This will go nowhere and they will continue to die.
Department of Homeland Security actually getting something done? Oh dear god no.
I'd be more worried about those deadly ewoks. Have you seen the size of their rocks?
Backup, Reformat, Reinstall, F**k off
wikipedia disagrees http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recursive_acronym
It wasn't a trap just me not reading my posts carefully
I mean a cubic centimeter obviously.
Yea except a gram of it will weigh a few million pounds.
Valve is living proof that this is a load of bull. Not every company is as greedy as yours Reggie.
I have a solution. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darknet_(file_sharing)
I am so sick of hearing about
/b/. Its not that I'm against wikileaks or julian assange, I'm all for freedom of speech and transparent government. I'm against how everyone misuses the name Anonymous constantly. They are not the only board on 4chan for gods sake. Every time the media focuses on them it makes the rest of us look like idiots. For the record pretty much every other board on 4chan is against this nonsense. Anonymous is not a terrorist organization, its just a name nothing more. Anyone wearing a Guy Fawkes mask doesn't know the first damn thing about freedom and just follows the trend of his fellow /b/tards and its been this way since project chanology. Conformism and ignorance is the very thing were against. Theres no reason why they do it except maybe for some false sense of righteousness. They disgrace our name and our website. Call them /b/tards, terrorists, idiots, but not Anonymous. That name belongs to us and were sick of being grouped with them.