I've already switched to LibreOffice.
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they can point out that its in the dictionary now
As opposed to never talking to you again, on account of you being an uptight ass?
A teacher's obligation is to help her students learn, is it not? An appropriate response to a student "holding back the rest of the class" is to confer with the parent and recommend alternatives, not complain about it on a publicly accessible blog. Honesty does not require being an asshole.
Of course. I don't think any rational person would argue he shouldn't be allowed to tweet such a thing, but we can still call him an asshole.
(No slashnerds. that does NOT mean I am into bestiality, so don't crack jokes.)
Duh. It means you can see horses and build pastures.
Funny, wasn't it just a month ago when the internet was up in arms because they were offering such a book?
GiantBomb did an all-day live stream with Kinect on Thursday in which they demoed every launch title. You can see the archived versions here, on the Quick Looks tab.
Blizzard's design staff recently, famously lamented: "Our worst mistake was PvP"
Generally when you put quotation marks around a phrase it's meant to signify that someone actually said those words. You're referencing WarCry's 2009 interview with Rob Pardo, wherein he expresses his feeling that adding arenas was their biggest mistake. However, it's not because arenas were a bad idea, but because he felt it was tacked-on.
Blizzard these days is heavy into e-sports, which is why Diablo 3 will have PvP, and why they'll focus as much energy as they need in order to make it competitive.
That Hitler hasn't been killed by timetravelers, is generally considered proof that time-travelling will never be possible, or that it will turn out that killing Hitler is an even worse idea that letting him kill himself. So if given the choice of time-traveling: Don't kill Hitler...(??)
I like to go further and say simply that the universe exists is proof that travelling backwards through an already-existing timeline is impossible. Given infinite time, at some point a time traveler would discover a means to destroy/prevent the creation of the universe and do so.
It doesn't have a camera, which turns out to be an advantage since I can take it to places where cameras are not allowed.
If a place is actually serious about not allowing cameras they'll confiscate all cell phones, whether or not they actually have a camera.
Minima is plural.
I would think that the "teachbook" name was chosen on purpose to be "facebook for teachers/teaching".
What are you quoting? That phrase is mentioned nowhere on teachbook.com. In fact the only results that show up in a search for "site:teachbook.com facebook" are links to "share this on facebook", just like every other website on the internet. In addition the site looks absolutely nothing like Facebook. They don't even use the color blue for pete's sake. No brand confusion possible. This is bullying.
I think you missed a certain Seinfeld episode.