"Unfortunately pilots listened to anymore and neither are engineers." Why the hell am I seeing crazy sentences like this more and more? Am I just stupid, and this is natural sentence structure? Is it a positive bias that I'm noticing? Or are people just stupider these days?
" Heh, only M$$$ SHEEPLE maximize stuff. don't they know maximizing is a Bad Habit??? They should learn to do things they way REAL people do it"
you know what else can "smell" metal? Metal detectors.
If they are 65.5 ft away, then they are outside the 65 foot exclusion zone.
So wait. People die of paper cuts because the gubment throws the paper the laws are printed on at them?
Well, he can't see into the future can he?
She most certainly is. I definitely wouldn't go near it!
Yes, because there can't possibly be more than one dimension to human politics. [That wouldn't be very convenient to your world view.]
Shhh! They may not want you to know this, but the political parties today are nowhere near similar to what they were 25 years ago; let alone 150. In fact, the democrats back then had ideologies similar to the repubs of today and vice versa.
"Extreme yes?" How can there be differing degrees of yes on this? Either you want the classification or you don't.
Because XP is nearing a decade in age.
I was coming here to post exactly this. However, you could phrase it better, like this: Ubisoft has become one of the most despised names in (PC) gaming with the introduction of their internet-enabled DRM 'solution.' Undoubtedly countless millions was spent on a system that would attempt to stand the test of time (and the cracker's wiles). While there was a crack to the DRM (for Silent Hunter 5) early on, it did not work all that well. For Assassin's Creed II, the so-called 'Flagship' game for the DRM, a work-around has been in the wild for some time now in the form of a server emulator. While it is a workable solution, it relies on a buggy program that only works up to a certain point. Most people are operating under the assumption that no DRM is perfect, and cracking group SKIDROW proved them right with the release of a fully cracked Assassin's Creed II(nfohump link?), a month and a half after its release. SKIDROW had a few choice words(source link here) to say to Ubisoft about the DRM.
Wow, a gay orgy for only 11 euros??? Sign me up!!!
A good portion of RLD/RZR/etc. games are steam rips.