How can I quote "Do no evil" sarcastically? I need a different headline.
The word "rabid" does come to mind, but not for GP.
This is getting tedious. America has had more guns than people since Euros first stepped foot on it 500 years ago. If guns haven't turned the US into a lawless Mad Max apocalyptic wasteland by now, chances are it isn't going to anytime soon.
Oh wait you mean the real solution is too hard so you have to have to run and hide under so called gun rights?
And WTF does it even mean to "run and hide" under gun rights? This is histrionic babble.
Fascism has a very specific meaning that excludes Stalin and Mao. It is not a general term meaning "autocratic assholes." We already have a term for that: autocratic assholes does pretty nicely. They were Big-C Communists. And they were autocratic assholes. The problem with
Because in the military you get your ass chewed out for failure. In the public school you get a Participation Award.
I understand what he meant. I was commenting because he was apparently ignoring the overwhelming weight of historical and archaeological evidence that says the Jews/Hebrews/Peoples-Front-Of-Whatever came from exactly where they said they were. This isn't a because-the-bible-or-torah-said-so thing.
If you have new scholarship that presents a different ancestral homeland of the Jews, then by all means let's hear it.
Agreed. No one has spoken a word of Latin in common conversation almost 1600 years, and is ipso facto a dead language.
It was fun enough for me to play twice. I got to the highest difficulty, hit the brick wall, and called it quits. I definitely feel like I got my money's worth, though. And the gameplay was pretty frikkin' fun.
2007 was well before their peak of 12 million subs during Wrath of the Lich King, so no, it wouldn't.
It was a perfectly serviceable KOTOR 3 single-player game. Then you got to level 50 and you were done. Not quite a replacement for WOW though.
Don't be a punctuation nazi if you can't properly use a comma. Secondly, properly use hyphens so I know you mean ten-year-old computers and not ten year-old computers.
There are two inviolable traditions on Slashdot: April Fools' articles, and incessant whining about them.
I love reading the impotent rage in the comments. Keep whining; the April 1st articles will just keep rolling in.
Florian, you forgot to log in.