Yes, I have seen every decent older movie I care to see. Every once in a while I am surprised by an old movie I missed, but it's quite rare. After a couple decades even great movies start to show their age anyway.
If you can say this with a straight face, then you are someone who:
** is too young to know what the fuck you want
** deserves to pay $50 for crap like "Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension"
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Did you see http://hacking.co.in/pc-pursui... ?
No actual access numbers listed, but it mentions the national "dial up for an access list" number 1-800-424-9494
by using PC Pursuit to call BBSes.
Or just use the modem at work and lie about it when the phone bill comes in.
Getting annoyed when some salesrep starts sending a fax when you're in the middle of an important zmodem download on the same phoneline.
Use the -d flag with pkunzip, otherwise, you might end up with a big stinking mess.
Why was this not the default?
Probably because CP/M didn't have directories, and PKZIP had a definite familial relationship with LBR, which came from CP/M and therefore had no directories; and with ARC, which was cross-platform, including a CP/M port.
concat(x,y) = x * 10^(ceil(log_10(y+1))) + y
for x, y real and >0
then take it to the logical conclusion and disconnect from the entire country
i'm not really sure what benefit there is to having anything to do with russia electronically nowadays
You're really going to watch 3d commercials?
While commercials do work, they rely on a tiny fraction of the viewing audience noticing what was advertised. Nobody is fascinated by commercials' content; nobody is going to keep their 3d glasses on when the commercials come on; and no advertiser is going to shoot 3d commercials. Except as a gimmick.
Doing other stuff during commercials is only sensible.
They have completely abandoned rec.[arts|games].int-fiction. THEY DIDN'T EVEN POST THAT THERE WAS A COMPETITION THERE THIS YEAR. I am extremely angry. Ok, I'm not angry. But I'm hurt. A little bit. Ah, fuck it.
On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog. -- Cartoon caption