Member since: Jul 1st, 2005
Jun 27th 2006 9:21PM I can't believe how much of a Sega slant this thing had. Who in the world thinks the six button genises controller was anything but a SNES copy off. "The original Metal Gear Solid was already kind of silly." !?!?! It broke the fourth wall yes, but the game itself was great. Not only was the plot far from absurd, but it even gave a mountain of technical (sounding) support in the form off all those codec calls.Did anyone ever consider the Genises a winner? Have I missed out on some big huge conspiracy? And I'm sorry, but wasn't the Saturn and Dreamcast's failure what lead to Sega getting out of the console wars in the first place? And I don't know anyone who was ever amazed by Lora's boobies, ever.Mario 64 and Nights failed because of BOOBIES! Give me a break.
Jun 1st 2006 11:05PM I was kind of upset when my 2nd gen Macbook Pro didn't have this feature, thank you hackers!
May 25th 2006 12:03PM I've got about 6 pixels that will get stuck on my iPod 5G. The problem is, they don't stay stuck at the same time so at most I'll have one or two pixels to show the store clerk. It doesn't really bother me all that much though.
May 23rd 2006 2:25PM I've noticed that the new Macbook Pros also have a good distance on them. I haven't been able to test it formally, or even against the original Macbook Pros, but compared to my brother's Powerbook it got twice the signal strength.
May 9th 2006 6:44AM That GUI looks like it ate MS Office and then jumped in a vat of yellow paint. Hasn't Microsoft leanred from Applet yet that less is more? Two thumbs down, I'll stick with Gaim thanks.
May 4th 2006 3:56PM And yet, no matter who's side Dvorak takes, he still ends up on the Apple news sites ^_^
Apr 24th 2006 8:51PM I've always wanted to see what happens when I'm out of the room. Too bad I've got a Macbook. The inside of my case makes great movie material T_T.
Apr 16th 2006 12:40PM "You Spoony Bard!" FF6"Don't try to use a Turbo Type controller either, I'll know." MGS1"Mallow, you're not really a tadpole." *gasp* - SMRPG
Apr 12th 2006 3:46PM O_o I believe you mean Office 2003. They don't have a 2002 version.Anyways, glad to hear that when I get my Macbook next month it'll run fast no matter what I put on it.
Apr 11th 2006 4:53PM This reminds me of the time I used Telnet in my high school library with a black background and green text to connect to my class's UNIX server. The librarian kicked me out because she thought I was, "Hacking the Matrix."
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