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Comment: where theres a whip theres a way. (Score 1) 844 844

Hes not going to get the death penalty, but he better get the book thrown at him and along with everything else AND the kitchen sink. on a side note.. with all the info he leaked what no info on the states having UFOs or stuff on the MIBs geez. at least leak something worth while to read.

Comment: wikilaks next? (Score 1) 448 448

Now they just need to release the key for that huge super file from wikileaks....which probably won't amount to a hill of beans. Well besides the fact showing how corrput our govt is and other companys, but hey it's not like we didn't know that already. release the krakon

Comment: close but it's all I got (Score 3, Interesting) 546 546

There was a video on youtube from a news channel that showed what happend when a green laser hit the cockput of a plane/helio but I can't seem to find it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5r5-bMstX6g This is about all I can find. Anyways its not so much the fact that it goes into the pilots eye, it's just that illuminates the cockpit like a disco which then doesn't allow the person to see out side the window.

Comment: Re:more demos (Score 1) 188 188

For me yes, for others it's a toss up. When I was a kid I would always rent a game before I owned it. A good example is the free weekends on steam. They are awesome and with the free weekend trial of whatever game they throw up sometimes it has gotten a lot of my friends to buy the games they wouldn't have necessarily looked at. Like you said if someone who is excited for the game thinks the demo sucks they might pass it up, but then they should check out reviews, forums and see whatever else on the game. Sometimes the demos just suck compared to the full game too.

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