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Comment The longer version (Score 1) 4

Thousands of players are freaking out because the lead dev talks about how he wants to sell skills and stats that have, until now, only been available by playing the game. As a counter point, a low level dev, who plays the game, thinks the cash shop should restricted to vanity items. The current price of these vanity items, when from the company directly, ranges from $12-$60. In this same leaked document, it's clear that they plan on carrying this ability to buy power over to DUST 514 for the PS3 and which will share the same world as Eve. Furthermore it's also made clear that with this new source of revenue, they plan on developing other games. All of this comes on top of new hardware requirements for yesterday's patch. Eve has been around since 2003 and they have decided to change the rules. Leaked document located at The password for the pdf is ‘dominixevenews24.

Comment 51 is silly (Score 1, Insightful) 208

Area 51 is a pile of hangers and a run way that house next gen planes... the reason it's secret is because even the shape and size of an aircraft can give away it's purpose.. in the mean time other governments can build counter measures against it even before the plane goes into production... Do you know what's next to Area 51? Area 52... it's a square on a map, nothing more.

Comment Low voltage wireing (Score 1) 1032

Unfortunately, in most places, low voltage does not require installation in conduit. This however does not mean you shouldn't. There are a few ways to save money installing conduit, but the short answer to your question is steel and mule tape. 1/2" - 3/4" for horizontal fiber and 3" for vertical.

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