Heck, the Great Old Ones, as well as these Goldilocks-era beings, are old hat compared with the Photinos and Xeelee
Even if you only have 2-3 gigs a month - if not music, what ARE you moving on that connection?
Just try D/Ling a few youtubeszz every day.
Or tethering -- I have a relative who's desperately holding on to a 8-yr old phone 'cause it (the phone contract) is grandfathered into a true unlimited plan. She runs around 8-12 Gb/month thru a combo of relaxation web browsing and thesis delvelopment (linked into a Univ. cluster computer)
The name is clearly unacceptable. Change it from "gallium" to "freedomium" .
(Yes, you language pedants, that is the origin of the name)
unlike DC, we're still not sure if there's intelligent life on mars.
I see multiple errors with that statement, as it's got multiple parsing options. First, if we all "unlike" DC, it'll still have a FaceBook preference.
Next, not quite sure what the official name of a "dangling prepositional phrase" is, but you could read that is "DC is sure there's life on Mars even though we aren't" as opposed to "we're sure there's no intelligent life in DC."
Meanwhile, what sort of
This will raise hell out of the premise of 1190. Or maybe not, if we view Cuegan & clan as a mutated line of posthumans.
It should be more like the ED-209 .
I don't think it is right to call this a game more than one would call Dear Esther a game.
Games gives the player a choice and an ability to change the outcome of the game, even if the outcome means that you have to start over and play again.
So, what you're saying is, the only way to win is not to play?
You may as well punch yourself in the face for real.
Mr. Durden, is that you? I have an idea for a club...
That way, the name sounds vaguely like a neighborhood bully in a Mike Royko column
Often times, we would fire a Tartar missile at a target. The damned thing may or may not get a lock on target in the first minute of flight. If it failed to lock, it would start searching for a target. Far, far out at sea, far beyond sport fishermen's territory, when a missile starts searching for something to kill, what is the easiest target to spot? Oh yeah - that would be US - the platform from which it was launched.
We never fired a missile without the guns manned up, ready to fire. I never kept count, but I know that I witnessed at least a half dozen of those things coming back at us.
So, serious question: no IFF electronics in those missiles? how about modern navy missiles?