Daniel_Lee writes: High above the African continent, tall, dense cumulonimbus clouds, meaning 'column rain' in Latin, are the result of atmospheric instability. The clouds can form alone, in clusters, or along a cold front in a squall line. The high energy of these storms is associated with heavy precipitation, lightning, high wind speeds and tornadoes.
adeelarshad82 writes: A recent survey conducted on 400,000 people where 52% of respondents were self-described PC people, 25% were Mac users and 23% were neither shows that Mac users are more politically liberal than their PC-using counterparts. 58% of Mac users were "liberal," as compared to 38% of PC users. Amongst other things, the survey also indicated that Mac users were more urban, younger and more educated than PC users which could potentially be a contributing factor towards being more liberal.
Whoa, who in their right mind would choose to endure such... such... things, for however long that was, many months, all for just a school project, albeit a large one. If one was to ask me, I would say that that's taking school a bit too far.
Finally, the largest, yet most annoying to some, argument against the wii will be brought down -- that of graphics.
Far, far too many XBox fanpersons rag on the wii for it's "horrible graphics," ignoring all the other high points.
Although I doubt graphics will ever be a super important thing to me, it'll be nice to not have to listen to people constantly complain about Nintendo and graphics.