The DLC actually made the game better. Now you can get the complete civ v with all the DLC packs for like $50 less if its on sale.
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The book glosses over how computers and robots takeover society and how (relatively) bloodless it would be.
However it is still a coup d'tat "For our own good". The computer in the movie follows the same zeroth law reasoning but with less subtlety.
The community could have fixed its problems years ago.
Reducing wattage on an APU means more battery life and putting the southbridge on the chip lowers the cost and allows increased customization
How do you think all the battle robot bunnies , and ecchi robot girls keep powered up
Intent does matter. Posting "publicly available information" for the purposes of intimidation or harassment or to aid identity theft is illegal,
Trying to intimidate a federal judge is both a criminal act and a VERY bad idea.
Cheap And Good Enough beats State Of The Art.
I want a dumb 1080p or 4k tv with 10 year warranty
Just not their own brand.
Costa Rica has that too
Along with human rights, multiparty democracy and an open internet
Both ethanol and biodiesel are biofuels but they are not the same and the economics are not the same. biodiesel is already proven to work and can be made fairly easily from non-food crops or even waste from processing food crops. Even within ethanol, ethanol from sugarcane is far more efficient than from corn. The stupidity of corn subsidies means we keep out imports of cheap sugarcane while impoverishing countries like Haiti that cant sell its sugarcane crop. It also means coca cola tastes better everywhere else except the US.
Wealthy people get visas. Really wealthy people can buy them.
Sears and Kmart problems are more due Eddie Lamperts inept management. JC penney actually is returning to profitability this year.
Best buy is a dinosaur and newegg and amazon are eating its lunch.
Radioshack should have been the go to place for mini-dishes, unlocked cell phones, tv cables,etc
They instead got rid of the geeks who knew stuff and replaced them with the same type of perky clueless
people you would find in an at&t or t-mobile. Why would I buy the exact same cell phone and plan that I could
buy in a tmobile and at&t store. Radioshack never offered what the consumers really wanted
a good unlocked cell phone and our choice of prepaid plans.
Radioshack could still recover but they need to reduce the number of stores, expand its online offerings and make
deals with more competitive suppliers like monoprice. They also need to refocus radioshack back on customer
service with "friendly geeks" that help you with everything and provide honest unbiased advice which is so lacking right now.