The cause of the blackout was still unclear but it appears that something went wrong in Canada, Bloomberg said.
are you talking about the Kamloops a couple three hours north and east of vancouver? i was just there 2 years ago - one of the most beautiful areas i've ever visited...
And Jesus Christ, when are people going to figure out that smoking is really really really bad for you and stop buying cigarettes?
Make no mistake that these attacks are NOT provocation from Al-Qaida, they are retaliatory. Your Administrations of the late 70s/early eighties destroyed Afghanistan. They funded the mujahadeen (The (now) Taliban) so they could fight an indefinite war against the USSR, thus crippling it financially. After the war; after the destruction of north Afghanistan, 1.5 million Afghan casualties, the US deserted the Mujahadeen, and Osama was part of them. For the destruction of Afghanistan, he vowed his life to the destruction of the States... not only did you guys make him, you started a war - September 11 is part of that battle, and part of something you created. It was not at all unprovoked, or meant to provoke the US, it is an act of war. Thank Reagan for that one... and you voted his former cronies back into office with bush jr... hmmmm... Wisdom and Maturity... "Bring em on" is all I have to say.
So don't go bragging about the "virtue" of the United States just because it didn't nuke a whole country because of a few criminals that may or may not be in it. Besides, the U.S. so regularly bombs other countries one has to wonder at how "lucky" the United States has been not to suffer several full-scale invasions in all that time. But then the U.S. largely picks on, manipulates and bullies weak nations, so this probably lessens their chances for doing so.
#2. Mini-nukes. *sigh* Just when I think it can't get much worse with this administration, I am painfully reminded how consistently wrong I am on that presumption. No nukes is good nukes.
Note to self: Check the LAN hub when the internet goes down, not just the DSL router... the time saved on the occasions when the hub's power supply just needs jiggling will be worth it.
According to the exit cards, other popular methods of achieving Lopez and Affleck's on-screen demise included car bombs, multiple stab wounds, acid baths, rabid wolf attacks, lightning strikes, and, in one case, a "hammer party."
Subscription Web sites do work, once in a blue moon. The classic example is the Wall Street Journal site, a one-year subscription to which costs $US59.
But just as every buy-things-online site isn't Amazon, every subscription site isn't the WSJ.
If you're not presenting very high value information to a pretty well-heeled readership, charging subscription fees is just a great way to hugely reduce your server load. Your visitors will sprint off en masse to get the same stuff somewhere else.
I don't mind hearing about what happens to people in the gaming community, but for some reason that I can't quite explain, this one feels like a hoax. Her friend "inherits" her computer, and just happens to know all her passwords to everything, including obscure forums she may have frequented. And the narrative was almost silly, with all the "omg I have to break now so I can cry... ok I'm back".
I guess that’s it, CS just feels right.
That would probably be why he said "more realism than most games of the same era" instead of "more realism than any other game of the same era". You see the difference? That and how he goes on to say that it struck the right balance and didn't try to be too realistic. Maybe read the post next time and then respond.