Maybe you should complain to the people who DO own power plants or write legislation. Just a thought...
They kept using the slang term "meatpuppets" which is apparently somebody who enters the discussion after being tipped off on it taking place.
How else would you go about entering a conversation that you did not start? How is that possibly a bad thing? Especially for a community based website!
An organization aids a person in obtaining classified documents
then you say
He had nothing to do with actually getting them
Which are contradictory. You also said
They have chat logs implicating Assange in aiding Bradley Manning with submitting the documents. The law is pretty clear about these things
which clearly isn't true. The law here is very murky, and "aiding in submitting documents" probably isn't a crime. If there was a clear crime comitted here, we'd have heard specifically what it is by now.
And so the game publishers have convinced you that bugs are not an issue. I hate to break it to you, but there are bugs reported on almost every quest (checkout the quests on fallout.wikia.com and see). Performance issues with a major video card manufacturer are also not a minor issue. The worst is that every Bethesda game (Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion, Fallout 3) has had issues like this which shouldn't have made it past quality control. This isn't a one time thing. I've played all of these games, they are great games, but I will not buy Bethedsa games anymore until they release the Gamne of the Year edition which has the final patch (and usually a community patch to fix what Bethesda hasn't)
Wow you're not kidding. I haven't played Fallout 3, but I went to the wiki page you mentioned. 3 of the 4 random quests I clicked on had a bug section. One of them was a list of about 5.
An interesting modification to StarCraft which would give AIs a run for their money would be cooperative play where several users operate one team on the field, and where the several users have a hierarchy and delegate command of corps of units to other players, maybe one player handling resources while another scouts while a third consolidates the offensive force.
This is basically what we would do in 4 v 4 Age of Empires. The person farthest from the other team would be "resource bitch". They would focus on tech upgrades to mining and farming, and be responsible for constantly supplying the other players with food, stone, etc. The other players would have no economy but would build cavalry, siege weapons, etc based upon what tech their civilization was best at.
Going to a coffee shop to find every place being used all evening by single persons with their laptop and a cup of coffee (that's most likely cold by then) is really frustrating. It's probably even more frustrating to the owner who sees is investment monopolized by clients that bring only little income to the place.
Simple solution: Just sit down at an empty chair anyway. The most you'll get is some dirty looks. It's not like Mr. Artist is going to do anything about it.
Alternate solution: Talk to the owner. Most small coffee shops are very protective of paying customers, and will work with you to find a free table.
CDs are in fact "records"; they are as much records of performances as LPs were. I don't know why people stopped calling them records just because the media holding the records changed.
EXACTLY. Please mod parent UP!
(It's also reasonable to call a CD an "album," as in a collection of things, in this case, songs.)
By that definition, books and movies are also "records". But if you were to call a DVD player a "record player", you're technically correct, but everyone will look at you funny. A record player plays records, aka LPs.
I'm sure you've seen that Simpsons episode where Martin refers to his brain as his "calculator". Don't be that guy.
My sister opened a computer store in Hawaii. She sells C shells down by the seashore.