Referring to the U.S. Attorney's Office and the IRS's CID is like siccing both the Klingons and the Romulans on Prenda, except that the Romulans have a somewhat better grasp of due process than IRS CID.
Prenda Law certainly won't live long and prosper
every water molecule fleetingly interacts with its four nearest neighbors, forming a tetrahedron
So that's why I haven't cured cancer yet- I didn't realized the tetrahedrons in water need to have five points!
There've been calls to open-source the game.
That's assuming that there's anything worth opening. According to a quote form an "ex-3D Realms employee" on The Duke List, not that much ever got done:
Entire maps would be done from the ground up, almost to beta quality, and then thrown out simply because no one would make decisions early on in the process. (Read up on Valve's 'orange box' method of design -- that's how you make games) Another example of [redacted] is the fact that there was one part of one map that was being worked on before I started working there. Nineteen months later and the same designer was still working on the same part of that same map... I'm not blaming the designer, it wasn't his fault.
If we could sell our experiences for what they cost us, we would all be millionaires. -- Abigail Van Buren