Member since: Oct 8th, 2005
Apr 4th 2010 9:20PM Reichful DeadNo More R.I.P.
Mar 3rd 2009 11:37AM The Great Tesla Wall of the USSRYay old school Red Alert =)
Feb 14th 2008 4:05PM Oh, Etna. Definitely Etna.
Jan 13th 2008 7:42PM The thing I'm interested in is a good text editor that works in widescreen. I'm thinking about getting an ultraportable and height is a scarce commodity on those things. What's the best editor that takes advantage of extra width to compensate for the limited height?
Nov 8th 2007 3:59PM Guys, did you actually read / translate the Engadget Chinese article? In the article the author mentioned that part of the reason that the controls looked so crappy is because the guy who tested it (the author) didn't know what he was doing. And they actually presented the Vii in a positive light. As in, they didn't make fun of it every time they mention it.
Dec 1st 2006 1:39PM The photo shoot is only bundled in the special edition of the game. Ironically, the winner gets a copy of Legends, but only the basic version without the photo...
Oct 13th 2006 2:13PM Surely that HD DVD drive. And an air conditioner, you know, to point at the power brick next summer.
Aug 17th 2006 11:57AM Usually, I ask for dietary restrictions and such on my invitations, and my guests reply when RSVPing. This has worked out marvelously well. Besides, lots of guests who have strong preferences of things usually only ask me to make the pieces of food they do not like large, so they can pick them out, so it's not a problem.Unless I happen to be dating you, then all dietary preferences will be respected.
Dec 1st 2005 12:41PM I agree with Jonathan. However, I have found that the best cheap knives are "set of 4 steak knives" from dollar stores. 25 cents per knife! And since they're "steak" knives, they can cut through more than butter!
When I spent several weeks broke, with no car and stuck with a kitchen with nothing in it, I found that a non-stick skillet works better than a pot. Partially because it's easier to clean, and partially because things that are cooked in skillets are usually easier than those cooked in pots. But then again, I also had access to a microwave---another essential of a bachelor pad.
Nov 17th 2005 7:11PM The thing is, it's actually rather hard to balance sushi on one's body while, you know, breathing and all that. Especially when certain parts of one's body is... err... bouncier than most.
Don't ask me how I know this. =)
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