Didn't they already kill Bin Laden in South Park?
Yep, in the Jersey episode I think.
Did they remember to grab the sticky note with the 128 bit key written down?
This was Navy Seals. They took the note, the wall it was on AND the asshole who wrote it.
So far, I would say I don't really have a single piece of data that is that important that I need to do a backup.
Put me in this group. I do make some kind of backup when I think of it, but that has created "The Drawer of DVDs". We don't talk about it.
Does it have Linux on it? --no--> Install Linux. Is Linux installed? --no--> Modify Linux until you can install it. ----> Install Linux.
It's Linux. Installing it is always obvious.
Why is it I always agree with posts modded Funny?
Oh don't worry, we humans have infinite capacity to come up with new insults, so we'll just ratchet up. so instead of calling someone an asshole you'll call them a cum guzzling fucktwit, that's all.
Mod this fuckhead up.
Same, only game I didn't buy from them in a long time was Torchlight.
I even had my son always look there first when he got bored and wanted a new game. dammit.
"secure windowless bunker"
"many hours at a time".
"would be nice if it was 'cool'"
Dont do drugs folks.
I will give you my blessing for $1000.
At the same time, consumers should learn to always ensure Autorun is disabled, and scan any device for malware before they use it on their computer."
It's getting to the point where running a computer is turning into a full time job. I need to scan every single product I buy before using it? Isn't that why I bother to pay a premium to get name-brand products from legitimate outlets?
I'm annoyed that the ultimate time-saving device is becoming more and more of a chore. I'm expected to spend hours researching the ways in which to harden my browser against cookie tracking, to rate virus scanners using contradictory and confusing standards, to assess information that requires a degree in computer science everytime I want to get a PC game to work, to pull out my law degree everytime I use an online product or dive through an EULA, and now this?
I mean come on, where's it going to end? Should I do independant surge tests on the next microwave I buy before plugging it in? What about my printer, does it need a scan too? Should I take my newly purchased tires to an independant assessor? How about that new CD I bought?
I hate to be a buzz kill here, but it has been this way a long long time. Sure 15 years ago it wasnt as common, but if you really got a floppy disk from a friend and didn't scan it, you was asking for a virus. EULAs have been around in some form just as long. Quite honestly computer users who feel as you do, that dont take the responsibility of using a computer serious (yes I said and meant responsibility) cause a shit-load of problems for others. These systems was created to be simple stupid and now you have a stupid problem. If, however, people had bothered to really learn a PC, learn to setup programs/games, learned security like many of us did before it hit the fan then we might have had a market driving for use/security instead of use/stupidity.
After what happened to wardriving be sure you legally have your butt covered. Especially if you prove the network sucks >.>
To bad I won't be buying from this franchise again. They already screwed themselves over with COD MW2, and I've no faith that activision won't pull some douche move later on after they release the game.
My exact thought. No matter what a game from Activision would have at release, they have proven they cant be trusted. What will it have a month after release? Who knows.
mektek.net is currently down for me.
I wonder if this has anything to do with it?