Actually, he did. Unfortunately, MacBeth II: Scottish Boogaloo was such a failure at The Globe box office that Shakespeare didn't include it in the First Folio.
I agree that it's a mistake to believe that the original movies were great films. Good, yes. Enjoyable, absolutely. Great cinema, no. They were basically 30's serials updated with current (at the time) special effects. The prequel trilogy didn't really deviate from the pattern, except for more modern special effects.
I think you mean the "center", not the "epicenter". An epicenter is the place on the surface of the Earth above where an earthquake takes place.
I'll be here all week!
I didn't know she was wearing makeup at the time of her criminal activities.
If "nought" isn't the same as "nothing", then what did this ship dread?
Lizard: The other white meat.
Sorry, that's not right. Atheism is about a lack of evidence, not an unsupported belief about no god.
Rock Band 2 has a similar mode for little kids and non-gaming adults to play. I agree that it would great as a way to get more non-dedicated gamers to play.
You're not married, are you?
Currently in the U.S., government workers outside of the military are better paid than their private sector counterparts.
I do hear a lot of complaints about overly generous govt. pensions, but it seems to me those are often offset by sub-par salaries and bonuses.
Ah, you must be Steve Jobs, or one of his buddies.
No. I am somebody who has had the product for a year and a half who has decided to share some details of that experience.
Why don't you list off a few products that you've used for a while that you really like. I'll pick the one that I haven't used before and write you a page-and-a-half essay on why you should hate it. Mainly I'll focus on what it doesn't do because, for some reason, that matters more than what it does do that is making you feel the purchase was worthwhile. Then, when you tell me why your experience with your reality didn't line up with what my theory said would happen, I'll just pretend I don't understand what a satisfied customer is and call you a fan-boy. How does that sound?