NKD wrote on Sep 24, 2021, 18:29:If you search the main page of Faux Nois for 'Arizona' or "cyber ninjas" or "audit" you come up with bupkis. Likewise if you search the site.
The AZ election "audit" by Cyberninjas has apparently released its report. But I can't find a single mention of this on the Fox News website. I wonder why?
Oh, that's awkward...
When you go through all that trouble to hire the most biased investigators possible and they still can't find any proof that Biden didn't win AZ. They should get a refund.
My guess is you have to purchase something to get the free Steam 🔑BicycleRepairMan wrote on Sep 24, 2021, 18:05:
So, has anyone tried this store? I created an account and tried to "buy" The Surge because it was free, but I can't actually order it, it seems the actual store does not think I am logged in, and in place of a Get/Purchase button , I see a "create an account" -button, which isn't even clickable. I have tried various combinations of logging in and out and in again , but no luck..
Free game until October 4th!For any purchase on the online store, a digital PC copy (Steam key) of the game THE SURGE is automatically added to your cart !”
jdreyer wrote on Sep 24, 2021, 13:53:How dare you pick on Texas.
If only Texans would actually hold their elected officials responsible.
Scottish Martial Arts wrote on Sep 24, 2021, 16:14:At the convergence of toddler, Canada Geese and Anti-Vaxxer.
I wonder where someone who doesn't understand a normal distribution ranks in intelligence.
Leahi84 wrote on Sep 24, 2021, 12:05:Every generation has to relearn the Streisand Effect. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Streisand_effect
This is the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Good luck wiping that from the internet. Also, it basically validates the listing for their games, otherwise they wouldn't care.
"Eurythmics' Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This), played by eight electronic devices: two electric toothbrushes, three credit card machines, one toaster, one steam iron, and one electric typewriter.
The oscilloscope shows some of the electric pulses that go through the stepper motor that moves the typewriter's print head."