You'd think that with that much money coming in, they'd have been able to afford an artist...
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I'm not certain that the wanton greed of XM Radio extends to Chinese dumplings in soup...
Settlers of Catan cry, or bestiality fetish. You decide.
Government can't hide its mistakes as well as industry can. How many SAP implementations have delivered on time and on budget? How many other projects have cost companies millions more than planned?
Yes, government IT is bad, but its not unique in that...
How could this not be an option?
If I can spend 10% and it works, I'm happy.
Therefore, I am happy.
Enjoy your purity. I'll enjoy my $48.60 in leftover money.
The Tripods trilogy (now in four books) is a good set to get your 10-12 year old boys hooked on the genre.
And I enjoy the "cosy catastrophes" of John Wyndham's works - The Day of the Triffids and Chrysalids are his two best known, but the story of the Troon family in "The Outward Urge" is wonderful as well (one of the best SF examples of bluffing at a national level in one of the stories), and my personal favourite was his first posthumous work, "Web" - unlike its predecessors, there's no "Well, things are getting better" at the end...
A whole new meaning to "Blue Screen of Death".
Yes, but you've go the X and Y registers as well, plus page zero offers a wide range of ways to use those 256 bytes as pseudo-registers for indirection or other tricks.
Why should anyone ever need more than 64K (without bankswitching)?
AT&T making a technical goof. That _is_ news.