Poor WoW! A dead game!
Poor WoW! A dead game!
This is a direct result of the left-wing feminist culture. Men of the past may had their problems, but they were taught not to hit
women, cuss in front of them, and treat them right.
The feminist revolution brought this on themselves and some women are finally waking up to the BS that they were fed by
these so-called feminists.
They want the boy to go off and get a gun and kill the bullies. It makes for a better news story and play right along to the politicians' agenda.
But, seriously, if are you're getting bullied then just post it all over the Internet, like what happened to that girl that got raped by those "popular", affluent boys. The cops and school administrators can't sweep that under the rug.
An editorial in the New York Times (March 1, 1998) was entitled, How To Manufacture a Best-Seller. It told the story of John Baldwin, a 53-year-old carpenter and a would-be writer, who had struggled for years to make a living from writing. He determined to become famous and rich overnight by writing a best-selling medical thriller. He studied five or six best thrillers. After 7 years' research he found 10 steps to producing a best-selling medical novel. He honed it with some Hollywood writers and agents, and here is the 10-step formula he used:
The hero is an expert.
The villain is an expert.
You must watch all the villain's activities over his shoulder.
The hero has a team of experts behind him, working in various fields.
Two or more on the team must fall in love.
Two or more on the team must die.
The villain must turn his attention from his initial goal to the team.
The villain and the hero must live to do battle again in the sequel.
All deaths must proceed from the individual to the group.
If the story bogs down, just kill somebody.
George R.R. Martin must have read this article!
... mayhaps the Navy could learn to design hatches to make a cricket sound when opened?!?
Manufactured with minute amounts of aluminum and gold using a special dry process, each flexible 250-nanometer-thick array only needs three volts to operate.
This is FED attempt at being funny, 'eh?
... when fits of creativity run strong, more than one programmer or writer has been known to abandon the desktop for the more spacious floor. -- Fred Brooks