And even when I do get a HD TV, I'll still use my trusty DVD players. Heck, I'm still using one about 10 years old that has the annoying habit of automatically closing the tray a second after you open it. So you need to open it, hold the tray open, place the DVD in and *then* let it close.
Sweet. My old Pioneer player is the same way. I'm so used to holding the tray that I get startled when I encounter a DVD player which doesn't automatically close its tray. It's like when I drive an automatic transmission car and keep hunting for the clutch.
But, I agree. I have no use for Blu-Ray now, nor do I expect to until DVD is defunct.
No, the child isn't being directly harmed by someone viewing their exploitation, however their honor and dignity are chipped away at with each viewing.
Indeed. We must preserve the honor and dignity of 10-year-olds so they will have some left to throw away when they are 17.
Disney's formula has pretty much been lame-ass princess romance stories unless they feel like branching out and ripping off some anime. Lion King was Kimba, the one with what was it, Atlantis? That was ripping off another anime with a hero with glasses who had the hots for some native-type chick in a bikini.
Fushigi no Umi no Nadia, released in the US as Nadia: The Secret of the Blue Water.
To be fair, Gainax borrowed elements from Miyazaki's films for Nadia, though they didn't do anything as blatant as swiping the appearance of the two main characters like Disney did.
But yes, I expect that she and Nathan Fillion are going to show up as Dolls next fall. There are already actors on the show who could be their body doubles, and what the hell else are they going to do?
Well, Nathan still has his own show. Castle has been renewed.
Backticks? Why on earth would you use backticks to move files around? That's what File::Copy is for. And Archive::Tar handles tarballs.
Write Perl code, not shell scripts wrapped in Perl code.
Is there a way for a judge to declare something illegal while letting a guy off the hook if he genuinely had no way to know for sure?
The judge can suspend the sentence.
ESPN charges cable and satellite operators an average of $3.65 a month per subscriber, the most in television, according to SNL Kagan, a research organization. Multiply that by 98 million subscribers, over 12 months a year, and ESPNs financial armor adds up to $4.3 billion.
Google has a lot of articles. It's interesting to see that the price has more than doubled in five years and is up from $1.28 in 2000. It's no wonder they want to do the same with 360.
Because YOU will find your bill increased based on the drunken sportsmorons who WILL probably phone the ISP because they must have "sports" 24/7 injected directly into their veins or they will die of the realization of what sad, pathetic wastes of oxygen they really are.
Unlike how I am already subsidizing those pillars of society who need porn, movies, music, and WoW 24/7? Gosh, that'll suck.
I am glad my ISP doesn't pay to access espn360.com. If they did, they would be passing the charge through to all their customers, and I would be subsidizing their customers who want to watch espn360.com.
You realize, of course, that this is the ESPN business model. Basic cable customers already subsidize the customers who want to watch ESPN, which has the highest per-subscriber fee for a non-premium channel.
What many people are saying is that the system does not show a friendly attitude, combine that with the horrendous reception you have when arriving to US airports (I have seen things that really make me puke) and you have a recipe for disenfranchisement.
Foreigners aren't enfranchised in the first place, otherwise they'd be called "citizens".