bhcompy wrote on Nov 10, 2011, 14:53:They also note a motion by Interplay suggesting they are seeking to have their entire agreement with Interplay nullified
So Interplay is schizophrenic?
PHJF wrote on Sep 20, 2011, 12:51:
All the J names? I can only think of Jaime, Jorah, Jon, and Jojen, and it'd be pretty difficult to confuse any of them... Then of course there's Jhogo and Jaqen, and technically The Old Bear is Jeor but he is only ever called that like once.
Shok wrote on Sep 20, 2011, 11:18:
The books are great but there are so many characters it can be hard keeping up with it all. They are still worth reading and great reads though. I still need to pick up the latest book but it's been about five years since I read the previous books so I'm debating re-reading a few first.
DrEvil wrote on Sep 15, 2011, 12:44:PropheT wrote on Sep 15, 2011, 11:33:Verno wrote on Sep 15, 2011, 11:10:
Wishful thinking Sony, it's been tried unsuccessfully in several industries already.
The supreme court ruled in April that it was legal for companies to include provisions to their terms of service that served for consumers to waive their class action lawsuit rights.
Can read about it here.
Yes, but SCOTUS limited that to class action lawsuits right? I don't see how they could block normal lawsuits as well.
Krovven wrote on Sep 9, 2011, 14:15:
I'm in the printing industry, it gets uses ALL the time, think I would know.
Roman numeral M
Roman Numeral for a Million is M with a - above it, which indicates it's multiplied a thousand times.
Even the lawyer gets to be wrong today.
Krovven wrote on Sep 9, 2011, 15:03:
M is NOT an abbreviation for Million. That would be "mil."
M is however the roman numeral for Thousand. k is also accepted as it is the abbreviation for kilo, which = thousand.
The only reason M is socially accepted is because there is no easy to for people to do M with a - above it. Socially Acceptable does not equal correct. So I really don't care how the Financial Times does it, it's technically wrong if they are using M as the abbreviation for Million.
Krovven wrote on Sep 9, 2011, 13:25:
Blue, 2M = 2000 not 2 million. Minor thing, just saying.
Prez wrote on Sep 8, 2011, 15:46:
There is no line. I hereby dub each and every one of you Feminist Whores. Now, whatcha gonna do - sue me? Meh, cry me a river pansy asses.If all the black characters couldn't read skill books we should all get over it, it's a joke?
If you didn't, I'd call you a "Non-Reading, Feminist Whore Pansy Ass".So if setting a zombie on fire gave you the "Did What We Should Do To All Homos" achievement we should all just get over it, it's a joke?
If you didn't, I'd call you a "Homo-loving, Non-Reading, Feminist Whore Pansy Ass".
Not everyone lives in the same Plastic Bubble of +10 Hypersensitivity that you do.
Creston wrote on Aug 15, 2011, 11:55:
We're still at 5...
Zadig wrote on Jul 5, 2011, 06:05:
Lots of good stuff today. Alpha Protocol, Bully, and Trine were all fun. Fire and Sword is something I've been waiting for and Singularity looks really good and got positive comments earlier. I'd probably be interested in New Vegas if I had Fallout 3. Hopefully there'll be a $10 sale for the 'ultimate edition'.
Razumen wrote on Jun 30, 2011, 23:14:
Minecraft is nice and all, but it seems like every update adds very few notable features. It's kind of exasperating when you see just how much the mod community has managed to add to it on its own.
Jensen wrote on Jul 1, 2011, 01:19:
I want a long spool of string that I unwind as I explore caves so I can find my way back out.
Third -- and I find the discussion on this point intriguing -- I simply don't enjoy NV as much as 3. I haven't been able to put my finger on it exactly, but it's just not as... engaging?... fun... to me. It's good, and I'm glad I got it, but I disagree pretty strongly that it's better than 3. I've played 3 through about 10 times. I'm already bored in the second playthrough on NV.
I am just curious, are there still Tribes 1 and Tribes 2 servers around with a number of people playing on them? I remember when T1 and T2 were made available for free...... I'd love to download them and try them out again if people are still playing them. Or has everyone moved on to newer games?
Just because some guy is trolling, doesnt justify supposed journalists taking the bait and decending into such shabby standards. Being critical of his arguments and methods of arguing them is not what McKenna is arguing against, he's merely pointing out that it should be done professionally, something which can be taken credibly by external parties.
Bear in mind the 'article' is really a blog or editorial, providing commentary on one specific issue, not a broad and in depth summary of the entire 'coffegate' situation. There's no insight into gamers "mental state and the fraught parents" because it's not relevant to the point of the article, though it's a shame he confuses the issue by bringing in the ratings system as an example of Thompson having some worthwhile points to consider.
You seen todays post? They won't post his phone number, but instead link to a web page on another site that lists his phone, address, etc...
I'd've thought, EVEN IN THE U.S. you'd have to have a clue before making ridiculous claims like this.