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how is making fun of traditional garments dumb?
sure, but there is always a time that precedes the knowledge of the sale.
if you want something during that time you just buy it full price (if you deem the price right).
the parent actually stated he is less likely to buy some kind of product again if he experiences the disappointment of a full price purchase somewhat close to a sale.
this can be true of just about any product, more so downloadable games which seem to be constantly on sale on rotation.
following that logic you eventually should stop buying everything.
I'm not sure I understand this logic.
It is like buying something at the store the day before they start a sale.
Does that make you less likely to buy things in stores?
it took a few seconds to hit me.
Is the anybody that loves high taxes?
I am Italian, you insensitive clod!
I hate you.
you described exactly how I feel about Blizzard games.
they just suck, but it's deliciously sweet sucking, and I need it.
I think heroin addiction must feel something like this.
are you telling me you believe singleplayer games are multiplayer games without the other players?
you should play more, I mean different games.
Since almost no games get released sans DRM of some type, you may as well get over it, and choose the one that's the least evil.
A growing number of independent commercial games are released multiplatform (win,mac,lin) and with no DRM whatsoever.
Frictional Games, Basilisk Games, 2D Boy just to name a few publishers.
I am beginning to make it my policy to avoid DRM entirely.
wasn't the internet conceived to allow the american military to keep communication lines open even in the face of a catastrophic event?
now they want to kill it on purpose?
This is not the government against science, it's the people against government.
TFA is misleading as well, but the italian article it refers to actually says that those under investigation are members of the Major Risks Committee itself.
What transpired is that the Committee was pressured by the government to give false reassurance *in spite of* indication of serious danger.
The documentary Draquila gives a good account of these events.
still the grandparent has a valid point.
patenting medical research is a potential impediment to saving lives.
organisms adapt to local diet.
film at 11.
he already took many lessons from him.
I only wish he also learned to duck, 'cause now he's more popular then ever.