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with a lovely willing girl
Or at least lovely.
Come on. Even if you are desperate you should at least be trying to get 2 out of 3.
This should be modded Funny
am I missing something that the U.S. does that the E.U. doesn't?
People in the US are too lazy to sign something.
PS. Feeling very anti-government at the moment.
amazon doesn't yet use or have any.
They do have them, but are not used for public purposes yet.
You sure are lonely and blue, following this link you will make it through : http://dumblaws.com/ Make sure to check you local laws mate, unless you want to be some cop bate.
I have a strong feeling you have just watched How I met your Mother..
The question then becomes which software to use. It should be Open Source and under a Free License, that's for sure.
Not a misunderstanding. My original post still stands.
No, because for 90% of those users the PSN password and the email password are going to be the same.
The only solution is new accounts and import trophies from the old one, but not anything sensitive.
I disagree Sony should send a verification to the default email address listed on each account. Peoples passwords might be the same but That is not Sony's fault. Any competent user should know to use a unique password for each service they subscribe too. Especially in cases where credit cards and other personal information are required.