2. Buy $20 longrod fishing net
3. Capture $1000+(??) textbook-carrying drone
4. Anime style flashbacks to buying the net
5. More flashbacks
6. Even more flashbacks
8. Lengthy battle with subordinates
9. No clear victor.
And if its status or reputation is high then its overall perception value is higher regardless of how it tries to game the ratings.
swear 2 god i will init 0 u m8 i swear on my mums lyfe
However 'Australia' is some nerdy buzzword for americans so these submissions get through.
The weather report is more interesting.
'Surely the majority will look favorably on this brandname.' Way to rock the boat. What do you mean phil, should the minority just roll over and take this discrimination? No.. but i don't think this is the way to go about it. Baiting religious folk into these pitfalls seems quite petty to me. You could have chosen any of a hundred names for your product.
There was a yoyo craze when i was in primary school, everybody had to have a 'brain' yoyo.
Would you choose that name during a zombie apocalypse? I didn't think so.
I've tried evolent vertical 4 with no success. Everything else i've seen is either wireless and garbage or is unsuitable for gaming.
If they happen to make a simple pad and a special glove that works with that pad, maybe... but my gaming days appear to be over.
Im just glad she listened to the right people when it comes to fiber.
While i agree there is value being lost through piracy it just seems the courts were the easier path to take instead of adaptation and new delivery methods. That might require some planning and work after all.
I'm in 100% agreement with Gabe Newell from Valve that piracy is largely a service problem.
But since these fellows at the RIAA and the MPAA seem hell bent on using the copyright laws like a club to beat the ISPs and potential customers over the head with in order to get their way, will anything change?
And private industry has historically been less effective in Australian telecommunications due to the dirty great monopoly of Telstra - which is just being replaced by the dirty great monopoly of the NBN.
Telstra was a monopoly in both the wholesale and retail sector. With this they could simply move the wholesale costs of services for competitors to just below that of their retail service offerings with their retail arm having to pay none of the wholesale costs, just overheads of a traditional retail business.
This is the current 'price squeeze' under investigation by the ACCC, again.
The NBN is a wholesale only network.. I fail to see how they could abuse a monopoly position in this manner... other than perhaps rising wholesale prices directly but lets be honest the government isn't as greedy as Telstra which, is saying something. Additionally every RSP that's using the network will make a fuss if the price rise was unjustified.
Why are they launching from a static position when generating that kind of lift will cost the most.. What about building a railgun type launching platform into the ground to avoid some of the massive fuel costs on the initial burn?
Yes im aware theres no matching launcher on the moon but the gravity there is alittle bit kinder so im guessing the initial fuel costs are much less.
As opposed to all those other times it was Mad Murdock's fault?