So what does it mean when the spider pulls a chef knife out of the drawer and waves it at me menacingly?
And why shouldn't he be allowed to do that?
They're still resistant as ever to refund the cost of the Microsoft license to US customers.
No-one should be forced to buy something they don't want.
"THE INTERNETS ARE BEING MEAN!"
*throws strained peas at the wall*
I've always referred to it as the Boiling Frog Effect. Try to put a frog into a boiling pot and it'll jump out. But if you put him in there while the pot's cold and slowly heat it up he won't notice the temperature change and will be boiled alive. People are the same way - make an aggressive move and they'll fight back. Make a few less aggressive moves and, even if they have the same effect, people will stay docile.
Are spoons responsible for obesity?
You *need* food, water, shelter, air, and social interaction. Smart-phones, and anything else not on the list, are wants. Anything else, no matter how useful or important it is to you, is a want.
Switch to a credit union. They generally don't use every interaction with customers as an opportunity to bend you over and fuck you in the arse.
They have revised the date a bit. Sextus Julius put it at 5500 BC, while the current estimates, based on the Masoritic text of the Tanakh, are all around 4000 BC. (This also conveniently pushed the date sextus picked for the apocalypse (6000 years after creation) up by about 1500 years.)
Must've been a confusing time for the Sumerians. http://www.theonion.com/articles/sumerians-look-on-in-confusion-as-god-creates-worl,2879/
Poe's Law is a bitch, ain't it?
Look up Sextus Julius Africanus.
The Christians have been saying the world is 6000 years old for nearly 2000 years.
Bungie released the source code in 1999. It's been off the mac for a long time. Version 1.0 =/= first release.