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Nov 21st 2011 2:24PM @gold163 Well, a porn game could be both hardcore and casual at the same time.
Nov 21st 2011 2:22PM @ItsameMatt03 You might wanna google "ufia." Don't be at work.
Apr 7th 2011 10:17AM My parents had a coffee-table book when I was a kid that had the wash-day story in it, and other than having the word "blanket" dug into the ground, the "Linus digging" story was in there too.This is the first thing from Boom! Studios about which I could not say something positive.
Mar 30th 2011 5:03PM You mean like the IS-F? It's just as absurdly expensive, but even less attainable. I'm not saying I want Aston Martin to make Camrys--but there's a good $80K difference between them. Shrinking that by $10K isn't going to hurt Aston-Martin's image.My actual point, however, was about the key system. If I drop my phone right now, I can still use my keys to get in my (much less expensive, but not a Toyota) POS and go get another phone. If my phone is how I get into my Aston Martin, and I drop it, I'm SOL.Now, you might say, "Then don't drop your phone, hurr hurr."And I'd say, "That's impossible to guarantee."
Mar 30th 2011 9:30AM If you drop your car key, it usually doesn't break. The worst thing that can happen with a physical key is that you can snap it off in the ignition. Even that's rare.How about offering up an Aston Martin that costs less and offers better fuel mileage?
Mar 23rd 2011 2:25PM So I guess if Malcolm Bricklin starts importing X1/9s again and uses the tagline "It's a POS rebadged Fiat," he's gonna get sued?
Mar 18th 2011 1:47AM Also, "lead" should be "led." When pronounced "led," the word "lead" refers to the element, not to the past tense of "to lead." Also, "it's" should never be used as a possessive, as it is above. The possessive of "it" is "its."
Mar 14th 2011 10:41AM Speaking pedantically, gas mileage is unaffected. Fuel mileage will drop. Ethanol is not gasoline.As far as subsidies, I agree that food should not be made into fuel. However, waste products could (and I believe, should) be refined into fuel where possible.
Mar 14th 2011 9:15AM After all, the last thing we would want from the Environmental Protection Agency is for them to protect the environment.Seriously, though, we can either pay to clean the air now, or suffocate later. Find the polluters and send them the bills for the ailments their pollution caused.
Mar 14th 2011 8:39AM So does alcohol, methinks.
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