I'm super fond of The Salvation Army as their philosophy is a hand up not a hand out, and you can restrict your donation if you want to donate to something specific like your local area or children's camp (simply put the intended use on the memo line of your check).
I'm personally curious about why they started with such a short list of inductees. I strongly support WoW's inclusion, but it does seem weird to include in the first six versus the history of gaming itself. Angry Birds being on the list of finalists angries up my blood. Why Doom instead of Wolfenstein?
I'm not asking for a full autopsy report, but I'm tired of "famous person dies from undisclosed cause." Was it natural causes or something else? I know this may not be the case here, but I hate when people celebrate a person who dies in a less than noble manner (example: celebrity role model dieing from drug overdose)
I blame Pickle. I friggin hate that guy.
Stretch rewards you say? Me wantee Tides of Numenera.
Missing Option: No
Example: Community is only available on Hulu Plus in the USA, but its available on Swedish Netflix.
Frankly, even if TPB is a "bad thing," I'm glad it exists for the shear notion of showing media holders that their current distribution methods need refinement. Take Valve/Steam as a prime example on how to improve on cost/distribution versus the piracy that existed beforehand.
Personally, I'm kinda curious if this could lead to pest control solutions by reducing breeding.
Donate them to your favorite charity (personally I choose The Salvation Army) so they can get the recycling proceeds. Win win in my book.
I understand what dredging is, but what is the composition of dredge waste? Non-native soil/rocks/sand? Percentages of whatever they're doing?
Five Finger Discount
Thank goodness we spent all that money saving 600,000 pensions. Why can't we ever just use the 10 billion to pay the pension and let a dead weight company fall? Heaven forbid we try to bailout out the wagon wheel making companies.
Why do I need a Apple account to download free apps?
What about code comments? I hated doing it for starters, but when you're working with something big or revisiting code after long period of period, it's invaluable.