taxing an element is necessarily part of the "solution." just amazing to me..really.
fantastic. in full support. i don't think humans are going extinct with their actions, but you do and want them to, so we are convenient bed fellows.
i'm cold. i heart global warming.
i think it's cool that we are using former life to enrich our livelihood in the form of fossil fuels and dinosaurs.
that's all true. and i actually use the sun to power my house, but i doubt you do.
Um, maybe we shouldn't demagogue all science that disagrees with our religious philosophy just yet. Because, you know, science will show the truth in the end.
Did anyone actually traverse the story back to the original article from IGN (http://uk.ps3.ign.com/articles/117/1178844p2.html) and read it?
Albeit, a quote from McNamara, but if just this holds true, I don't pity anyone working for the company
There was a bonus scheme for working evenings, and people got a month off for that," he said. "And people who worked weekends got paid for it. We brought in a weekend working scheme for that. But contractually, we don't have to do that. Part of the thing is that we pay over the odds, and it says in their contract that if they need to do extra time. I've done 20 years of not getting paid for doing that kind of stuff.
Real Users never know what they want, but they always know when your program doesn't deliver it.