Along with the standard make sure that it is updated (both FF and GM)
Ok guys.. looking for a good freeware FTP client for Windows XP
Then you have that little punk whose name escapes me with the Greasemonkey script
Thank you Camaro - you are the man.
Maybe if camaro created a real life filter script...
We need a revolutionary space shooter to come out. Somehting that has all the freedom of an open-ended RPG/trader game (like Freelancer, Privateer, X3, etc), but also has multiplayer and lets you land on worlds and explore.
Then again, I scrape all but the thinnest, tiniest layer of icing off my cakes too.
Am I holding a grudge if this long after release all I can remember of the game is "ZOLDNER!!! DISCONNECTED! ZOLDNER!!! DISCONNECTED!"
why do they think people will click on that shit
The article is extremely misleading and very obviously written by two members of a telco-funded think tank.
The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research is a conservative think tank founded in 1943 whose stated mission is to support the "foundations of freedom - limited government, private enterprise, vital cultural and political institutions, and a strong foreign policy and national defense." The Institute is an independent, nonprofit organization supported primarily by grants and contributions from foundations, corporations, and individuals.
Like most think tanks that maintain non-profit status under the federal tax code, AEI is strictly nonpartisan and takes no institutional positions on pending legislation or other policy questions.
However, it has emerged as one of the leading architects of the Bush administration's public policy; more than two dozen AEI alumni have served either in a Bush administration policy post or on one of the government's many panels and commissions. AEI, along with the more conservative Heritage Foundation, is often cited as a center-right counterpart to the center-left Brookings Institution, although AEI and Heritage place much more emphasis on advocacy than does Brookings . In 1998, AEI and Brookings established the AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies.
If these traps don't work though, I am returning them and using the money to buy a really nice rifled pellet gun.
If you're interesting in trying it, I believe TM: Nations is still a free download.
Competition is unlikely to be a bad thing though.
If it's so degrading to women, then why do women participate?