You forgot to mention the part where they completely left out the YORP effect, which is blamed for the desintegration of the object...
"I sound my barbaric YORP over the roofs of the world."
Exactly. I did the math once and at 15', the difference between DVD and HD is meaningless on a 46" screen. Pretty meaningless on a 55" screen.
I've found that the differences between DVD and Blu-Ray are not just in the picture. The sound sampling on a Blu-Ray is a step or two above DVD. Not only is it a 'larger/louder' sound on Blu-Ray, but I really get the feeling that you get more of the depth of sound. Little things that get lost in the compression to DVD. Of the half-dozen or so Blu-Rays I own, I've definitely heard a difference in the couple that I've 'upgraded' from DVD.
Like manipulate spreadsheets with your toes!
We're also protected by VAC but this gives us our own layer of protection. It's also handy because it allows us to rid ourselves of griefers who would never be caught by VAC but can empty out a full server just as quickly as a cheater.
Wait for it, my story gets better, when confronted they must have swore up and down that they didn't share anything on their PC and that the *evil* P2P software must have a mind of it's own. (Pay attention during the install? Check the configs? Read the documentation? HA!)
Now, we have this being pushed into an act because it's apparently the latest "hot topic" to protect people from paying attention to what they are actually doing on the computer. Especially while they are at work.
They didn't talk about the qualifications of the people who run this place, only that they are:
Two friends -- Cosette Rae, a clinical social worker, and author Hilarie Cash
So... I make that check out to Cash?
Hey. Didn't they make a ship a few years back that was sink-proof? (Unsinkable.)
How's that working out for them?