No Badgers? No Mushrooms?
I bought these in December. Love them. But....buyer beware. About two weeks ago the power button stopped working on mine, and I have to send them in to Sony for a fix.
I was going to say, this article could also be called “A Typical Rush Hour On the X2.”
Counterpoint: you live in a society, and filming the police is 100% legal. If you don’t want to get involved, that’s certainly your prerogative. Just, don’t be a dick by suggesting other people should be such ostriches, eh?
Oh, this is such a silly take. You realize, I hope, that virtually nothing that is for sale is done so “at cost,” right? Every single seller marks up their products. It’s how capitalism works, dontchaknow.
I mean, it’s no more odd than when this site does a takedown of Univision and/or Fusion.
A bit of difference for him? No.
Art that you charge for? Sorry, but that’s where you need to meet your customers in the middle.
I couldn’t even link to him. Or rather, wouldn’t.
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You see this asshole?
Copyright Law is simultaneously interesting and frustrating. I don’t think the “one size fits all” glove it currently sits in works. For individual works (that is, where one individual solely creates the work), I can see copyrights lasting through that individual’s lifetime.
Isn’t running Android 9 Pie
Integration is important. I use and swear by Dropbox, not just because it’s effective for me, but because it integrates with so many other apps. Can’t see myself moving more of my stuff into Google’s scanning purview.
This would be one of those fights where you’d actually want an earthquake to hit the stadium and swallow up both teams.
You’re not the first, but I absolutely love people who complain to the writers of this site that they don’t like the ads. As if the writers somehow created GMG’s advertising plan.
“White,” as you obviously don’t know, is not a color, as it does not contain a specific wavelength (it contains all the wavelengths).
“Its mission: to destroy strange, new worlds. To seek out white life and white civilization. To boldly go where no minority has gone before.”