He might need to actually play games on it to get it to red ring (god forbid!)
Do you have a working version anymore? I'd love to try it out.
I'm pretty sure he understands that. His concern is that accepting the offer may be interpreted as signing away his rights to anything created on the laptop.
The thing is, alternative energy DOES have a long way to go.
I was a big fan of the Tesla until Top Gear's review. It seemed like the perfect electric car: it can smoke most internal combustion cars off the line, AND it can run for more than 200 miles on a single charge. Plus, there are the benefits of less emissions due to economies of scale and a cheaper running cost. But Top Gear pointed out that once you deplete the battery, you have to charge it all night before you can use it again (I think the exact time was 14 hours).
So, awesome, I can go for a Sunday drive in a fun car and feel good about it. Except that I only have a few hours for this drive (if I'm driving cautiously), and once I'm done, I'm done for the day. So it's one step forward, but two steps back. The car doesn't adapt to us, we have to adapt to it. This isn't right, the next alternative fuel needs to fit our lifestyles or people are unlikely to change for it. That's why we need something that can be refueled quickly, which the Tesla certainly is not.
Yeah, but think of all the games that were like it! Like.... Crash Bandicoot Racing! And....
Ah fuck it.
In this time of economic crisis, the inevitable ensuing flamewar can heat my house.
Frozen Bubble, Neverball, Neverputt, Pingus...
Those are just high quality casual games that were off the top of my head.
While Ron Jeremy incidentally does have a penis, I believe Tyler Durden is the one inserting it everywhere.
In light of the incident, Comcast says it will issue a $10 credit to any customers who say they viewed the 30-second clip, which featured full male nudity. (SEE BOX)
I was unfortunately disappointed to find that the BOX did not have 30 seconds of free porn, but instead an offer for $10.
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I always hated that these types of comments are at the bottom and underrated.
Most phones have a speakerphone-speaker and a (much quieter) headset-speaker.
Nevermind that, you could open up the phone and cut the wire to the speaker! So not only does this leave a large area to interpretation, it's easy to circumvent with a little determination.
Yes, and then I went into *my* garage and had fun building an LED marquee
Google cache version since britannica seems to be having some issues.