Sort of like Anonymous Cowards not knowing how the word is used in computer/pen and paper RPGs?
For a hardcore player you are sure ignorant of Warcraft lore, also please don't confuse your opinion, with objective fact. You are certainly entitled to say you think each expansion was worse than the last one. Other people disagree.
I love it when people speak so authoritatively, and are completely wrong.
Actually what is really feels like is that you don't know Warcraft lore at all.
baosol writes "From the boundary-pushing team of archi-visionaries who brought us the fabulous Fab Tree Hab comes a new (and somewhat disgusting) way to grow a structure — using animal flesh! The In Vitro Meat Habitat is a futuristic concept home composed of meat cells grown in a lab. The creator of the concept, Mitchell Joachim, is a futurist with a twist– he says he is actually developing the concept in a lab."
LoTonah writes "After eight years of development and a Cease & Desist from Vivendi, King's Quest fan project The Silver Lining is back in action. From the website: 'We are extremely happy to announce that our project, The Silver Lining, will definitely see the light of day! In a wonderful turn of events, Activision reached out to the Phoenix Online team a few months ago with a desire to revisit their decision regarding The Silver Lining. After negotiations, the C&D has been officially rescinded, and Phoenix Online has been granted a non-commercial license to release The Silver Lining! Our team is ecstatic about this, and as hard as we've worked for eight years, it's the tireless belief and support of you, our fans, that has made this possible.' The first episode of the project is due to be released on July 10."
When Iron Baby wants O's, Iron Baby gets O's.
It's a clever bit of politics. If they delay until after the election then they can claim they have a mandate for it. And fuck knows, only the most sociopathic would elect the mad monk so they will get in.
ByronScott writes "In today's 'gross news' category, some female insects just might be getting lucky. As an alternative to toxic pesticides, scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have created 'super-sexed' sterilized male leafhoppers to knock bug boots with females in the wild, resulting in decreased populations. Yes, that means that the female bugs will miss out on the joys of motherhood, but the idea that the insects will be having some fun instead of being gassed to death by poisons is pretty cool."
c0mpliant writes "IGN and Gamespot have each released a preview of the recently announced and eagerly awaited Civilization V. Apart from the obvious new hexagon shape of tiles and improved graphics, the articles go on to outline some of the major changes in the game, such as updated AI, new 'flavors' to world leaders, and a potentially game-changing, one-unit-per-tile system. No more will the stack of doom come to your city's doorsteps. Some features which will not be returning are religion and espionage. The removal of these two have sparked a frenzy of discussion on fan-related forums."
I agree with this, I think current copyright and the way it is applied is stupid. However that does not mean I don't think that intellectual property should somehow have less rights than a chair I picked up from walmart
So when something is the product of your hands it should be different to the product of your mind? why should it be treated differently?
My question to you is why physical property should be treated any differently? what makes it so unique that only it can be left to children? and not "intellectual" property or whatever you want to call it.
If I created a chair, I could leave it to my family. If I created a painting or a statue I could leave it to my family. Why should a book be any different?
And it worked absolutely flawlessly for me. Not a crash, hangup or anything on two separate systems and the same on a friends computer. But of course it is the -game- not your system.