Dead Nation, InFamous, LittleBigPLanet, Super Stardust HD, rain, and 3 others to be determined later
LittleBigPlanet, ModNationRacers, Patapon 3, Killzone Liberation, and 2 others to be determined later.
Nothing I'd pay money for. (and per the settlement, they're valued at $9.00 per).
Farmers living west of the Appalachian Mountains distilled their excess grain into whiskey, which was easier and more profitable to transport over the mountains than the more cumbersome grain. A whiskey tax would make western farmers less competitive with eastern grain producers. Additionally, cash was always in short supply on the frontier, so whiskey often served as a medium of exchange. For poorer people who were paid in whiskey, the excise was essentially an income tax that wealthier easterners did not pay.
Corn grows just fine in the northeast, BTW. Irish/Scottish immigrants (the kind of people who make whiskey) were familiar with rye and barley. Rye, being more or less a weed, grew better so they made rye whiskey. Kentucky settlers were offered 400 acres if they built a house and planted corn so they also ended up with corn whiskey.
Intel? They're the guys that make memory and strange CPUs for calculators, right?
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