For instance I was getting worried that zombies would take over my farm. I was relieved that this book explained to me that that was a different game altogether and that they are completely separate, and the zombies from the game I had not signed up for wouldn't rise.
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Technically for #14, your just restarting the printer que.
and you're not going to get far with
Aw jeez I totally missed out on an opportunity to call it "Xbooks Live"
Apparently not . . .
Wild guess here, but probably because someone with mod points thought it was funny.
No surprise you're posting as AC with such ludicrous leaps of logic . . .
slightly off-topic but there's been no such thing as Yugoslavia since about 1995 and probably before (the Balkan wars of that period make an exact date for the breakup of the Yugoslav Republic difficult).
Bullshit that can be backed up with data truly shines.
If it can be backed up with data in what sense is it bullshit?
Nerds don't like heroin addiction? Shucks I've been doing it wrong!
If you sacrifice security and/or privacy for convenience, that is your problem (or in this case your sister's).
Well that's exactly the point - I didn't sacrifice my privacy, in fact I respect it enough not to have an account on either Facebook or MySpace or Bebo or any of the others. However I can not control everyone I know and the worrying thing in the example I gave was that someone else sacrificed my privacy without my consent.
As always the issue here is not the type of information (data valuable to divorce lawyers) but the context in which it is gathered (Facebook search unbeknownst to the poster). And once again the usual responses will be - a) Poster is stupid, and b) Facebook is evil.
I tend to think that so long as you are empowered to share or not to share then all is well. With Facebook this is not the case. My sister shared a reasonably embarrassing photo of me with some mutual friends (some of which I work with) which was then shared with my whole building by whatever networking effect took over - nice!. I was not in control of this. Now you can argue that she could have done this pre-social networking site era - but she couldn't simple because she is not in physical contact with 99.5% of people in my building. Social networking makes ones dis-empowerment that much more pervasive.
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