I don't think the used game market is a drain on the industry. I'm much more willing to pay $60 for a game if I know that I can trade it in or sell it for $40 - $50 if I don't like it or beat it right away. If I know that I'm only going to get a couple bucks, I'll be much more reluctant to pay full price.
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I think Fat32 solved the 2GB problem. I had a Windows 95b machine that had 2 and when I upgraded to 8, the only problem I had was with the BIOS. A firmware update fixed that.
Did they market that as a feature you get with a PS3?
If you are doing 50 and the speed limit is 50 and you are in the left lane, you are doing it wrong, unless you yourself are overtaking someone in the right lane.
You should be pulling over to the right lane and getting out of the way of the faster traffic. That is why they have signs saying slower traffic keep to the right.
Look up the XFPS. It allows mouse and keyboard to be used with consoles.
Our 120 GB and 80 GB fat PS3s are working, but the 40 GB model isn't.
I think it would be better, as you could use all the digits on one hand, rather then just your two thumbs. It might take a little getting used to though.
My experiences have been different in Canada. I fought a driving without undo care and attention I got when I rolled my car on a back road. I didn't beat the ticket, but I had it reduced from about 200.00 to 15.00.
My brother fought a speeding ticket that he received based on an eye witness and won that.
Only if you have sex as much as you golf.
I really want to be a part of your world. Around here I get asked to do stuff such as "Can you install Microsoft for me?". Um, OK. What do you have now? "I have Windows, but I need Word."
The only other option is to buy a Mac, "but you can't play games on a Mac".
That is normal. These are really intelligent people that spend all day on a computer, but use them to do reports and budgets.
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Heck, as for hauling the family around, my kids find it easier to get in my car then to climb up into the Jeep I had. My 5 year old (tallest in his class) needed help to get into it most of the time.
The only thing I miss about my Jeep was the fact it drove anywhere. I never got stuck with it in the winter, and I could take it down to the old fishing hole without problems.