I knew all about making my own space vehicle back in 1985 when the docu-drama "Explorers" came out. An expert tale crafted by the 'Gremlins' director Joe Dante, and staring a young Ethan Hawke and River Phoenix. It explains how a dream of a circuit board can manifest into "ThunderRoad" and I can make smoochie faces at extra terrestrial life.
Does it count that I still rock a katana flip phone (much to the annoyance of my carrier)? I mean that seems to cut down on the majority of bloops and beeps when I am not on a PC.. I think I am pushing back!
FEMA came in waving their ray guns, deploying their blackest of black ops, and flashing their cryptozoology psyops all around to cover up a surfacing of the lavamen/magmen from deep in the planet. Clearly they don't want private citizens getting footage of the government men trying to contain, understand, and quell the uprising.
Agreed! The ol' laptop is aged and I really don't want to drop an even larger wad for Wacom's Cintiq Companion!
Though I hope they hint at releasing game specific cases.. like their Halo skinned one.
So that's where sublime creamy sauce I coat my hot wings comes from! The Hidden Valley Ranch production site has been found!
Are there recommendations just a plain-Jane DVR? Something sans subscriptions, sans rentals from my cable company, and just records a show like an old VCR? I don't need fancy HD quality, but something to just get a show or two recorded when I am at the gym or out?
I've seen some positive reviews of a "Magnavox HDD, DVR" via Wally World, but the three hundo price tag is a bit crazy to roll the dice on.
So I can be put into a visually stunning VR environment with the Oculus, and Durex's Fundawear let's me remotely control another person's under garments? Next you'll tell me about "the three sea shells"!
What a time we live in!
I was starting to think this 'smart phone fad' was taking traction! If this is the work place of the future then I have a right idea to keep the ol' flip phone functioning. Bwahahaha..
As a person living in Nebraska I would be staunchly opposed to this.
So would StratCom.
Though I would recommend avoiding the brown noise and/or note.
Agreed.. Unsure how to 'pm' but I would be interested in the list.
Amen to that. Their new 'hack master basic' is free to download.