I think you just won.
I think you just won.
I think we should start calling this "outcest" to stop all these jokes right here.
Ah, good old "Sorry baby" technique. Throw a temper-tantrum, get paid. Grossly oversimplifying, but the principle holds true.
I know my girlfriend only uses Firefox, but on my desktop running Ubunto 8.10 I can't use Firefox for my flash, and Opera doesn't keep the visit history the way I like it. I bounce back between Chrome, Opera, and Firefox on my Eee, too, and that runs Windows XP.
If one of these browsers worked well enough, I'd be happy to only use the one at a time.
So... you get virginity to a critical mass and it collapses into itself (giggity)?
I think that explains why they ask for "gender" for sign up. Why else would we need to categorise MySpace for nerds by gender?
As I look at the numbers, I want to know: Who is really seeing the 2.38 billion dollars in subscriptions? Blizzard of course comes to mind, but how many other thousands of little MMO games are there that have a subscription base of less than enough to protect Greece? 300 jokes aside, I don't see many companies sharing this great wealth.
Now, if the pool is being spread around some, anyone wanna help me make a game?
That's a poor summary of what's happening. That ignores that the couple has literally devalued the homes around it by doing this, it's fiscally as bad as tagging (graffiti wise) everyone within a three house radius with a pair of breasts under the living room window.
While the owners were being planet smart, they probably should have started out at their city council or equivalent to get this change known and accepted.
Then again, I say don't live in city limits where you can directly affect someone else and their livelihood by doing what you should have the gawddamn right to do on your own property! Can't add or remove a frelling tree from your own yard without two bureaucrats telling you it's ok, then charging you to use their service... It's perverse and (to piss off a portion of people) retard logic.
Yet they'll miss work and time with their child while some of the more obnoxious busy bodies come in to tell the home owner how to own their home. My parents live in a relatively nice suburb where they are constantly being called on for owning sub-par vehicles even though it is not against the law. This is done by neighbours they regularly talk to as well on friendly terms, too!
They (the owners) will probably have a bored judge tell the couple to make it more green to shut up the hours of complaining by either the neighbours or city/county official who's taken it upon their self to keep their city/county "beautiful".
Might just be six hours totally of their time, even that isn't worth it.
Things like this show why living inside city limits as a home owner is a nightmare. If they read their city, county, and neighborhood by-laws, it probably stated something in legalese to the effect that the lawn had to be to a code that was only poorly worded as the legal body figured no one would test it.
It's a form of conservitism that demands zero conservation of natural resources, and these people can go to jail over it. It's sick.
I have never seen anything fill up a vacuum so fast and still suck. -- Rob Pike, on X.