School vouchers have failed everywhere they've been tried.
Haven't you got the memo? Nintendo is losing money now. Sony's console division is profitable.
That sounds like it would be pretty expensive. And that's assuming just the panel is damaged and not the surface underneath it. This whole thing is pie in the sky and I'm surprised so many otherwise intelligent people have drunk the koolaid.
How much wear did they simulate in the lab? Twenty years of heavy vehicles driving over it, wearing down the glass and depositing dirt, oil and rubber?
Why would you want to put solar panels where you're going to park a car on top of? This whole idea is bollocks.
Assuming you mean SimCity 2013, modding is banned there because it's a multi-player game. Try modding a multi-player game on Steam and see how quickly you get VAC-banned.
If old FPSes like UT were that great, people would still be playing them. People still play Counterstrike 1.6 and Starcraft, yet they don't play UT or Quake.
Requirements Uber are completely bypassing, with the result being an unfair advantage.
Actually it's not unfair. As a private hire company their drivers never had to have the knowledge. So many uninformed posts in this thread...
Except Uber is not a black cab company, it's a private hire company. Private hire taxi drivers have never had to pass The Knowledge, that applies solely to black cabs.
Uber is booked with a phone, making it a private hire cab, rather than a hackney carriage (which can pick people up on the street). Only the latter needed the knowledge.
London cabbies are fucking awful. Ignorant, foul-mouthed, arrogant, racist, violent, you name it.
If you're moving your mouse with your wrist you're doing it wrong.
Levelling is so removed from raiding that they're basically two different games. You can level a warrior and a priest to level 90 without ever once having had to grab aggro or heal another player.
If anything, levelling might teach you things that don't work in a dungeon. A tank might run away from a boss when low on health because that's what he does when fighting mobs in a zone, he's not expecting a heal.
If you've played WoW for any time, you'll know that the game only really "begins" once you hit the level cap.
So what you're saying is that the vast majority of WoW players have never actually played the game? They've only played the extended tutorial?
People think that raiding is the centre-point of the game because hardcore raiders make the most noise on Internet forums. The fact is, they had to introduce the random raid finder because Blizzard were putting all this effort into making all these raids and most players weren't seeing them because they weren't interested in raiding.
Really? When WoW came out I remember everyone saying how easymode it was compared to existing MMOs. You didn't even lose all your gear when you died.