Sadly for Mario, he did not inherit the same endowment as his brother.
Hello, heywhat! It’s me (misterhippity), waving from the fog of the grays. How goes it?
I’ll bet this guy is happy he posed for this stock photo.
I had the same experience with visiiting Myst Online (i.e., URU). It was kind of sad. Mainly because there wasn’t much to do except wander around - the puzzles and ages were almost all identical to the commercial single-player version that had been released years before. A few scattered folks were there, and…
This post really glosses over the overpopulation issue - a very serious problem that radical life extension would obviously seriously exacerbate.
Here’s a little more info (from this news story) on what exactly happened, based on a witness account:
“We used to have problems with Europeans wearing jeans, but they were always stylish jeans.”
I remember when a megabyte seemed really huge.
Why should Apple pay him a dime? The patent isn’t even valid, and the “thing” he “patented” is nothing like an iPhone.
Yes. Rhaegar (sp?) was her brother.
Basic cable stations aren’t subject Network Standards and Practices either. So AMC and FX could go R-rated in their original series (like HBO and Showtime), but they don’t — due, I think, to an an written rule that states that basic cable stations just shouldn’t do that. Because people don’t expect them too, I guess.
Can anyone explain to me what Birnbaum was doing on that fourth goal? I’ve seen a lot of criticism thrown at Bradley for that one, but at least his pass seemed to be on-target (if in a dangerous spot). But Birnbaum ran up to the ball and then just ... stopped. And let it dribble right by him while he stood there. And…
Well, the U.S. “won” the right to play the stronger team (Ecuador) in the next round, while 2nd-place finisher Columbia was “punished” by being forced to face lowly Peru. So it really doesn’t make a huge difference, does it?