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  1. Seems a bit late for that. Most of their user-base owns 150+ games at this point
  2. I thought that till I realized this was one of the few decisions that were not split on "party" lines.
  3. Funny enough this is the old team from a long long time ago. Not very big at the time. https://stats.foldingathome.org/team/116199
  4. I downloaded this last night to run while I sleep and such. There are no WUs available at all. Guess the servers are just getting hammered.
  5. My first "gaming" PC was an Athlon 1 GHz CPU with a GeForce 4 MX440. My first good gaming PC was an Athlon XP 2500+ OCed to 3200+ and a Radeon 9500 Pro. The 9500 Pro is possibly my favorite graphics card. Hit the exact sweet spot for power/performance that I needed.
  6. I'm sure their inclusion of US Citizens in this wont spur any lawsuits
  7. I just started the fourth episode. It is a good show so far. However, I can see how the show can cause confusion as they jump back and forth in time without obvious transitions. Many parts feel as if it is happening concurrently when they are jumping around 10+ years at a time. People that have not read the books may have a tougher time following what is happening as a result. Once all the backstory is dealt with I can see the show hitting its stride.
  8. Does this prohibit a doctor from randomly having a bose headset and eyemask available next to the patient?
  9. IMO the WH blocking their people from House subpoenas is 100% obstruction. They are doing their job as described by the constitution. Plain and simple.
  10. Interestingly enough, large portions of the books do not involve Geralt after the initial short stories.
  11. Good luck with that. The candidates this year seem to never go away. I think the only way to get them to drop out is to have the DNC make the qualification threshold for these later debates much more restrictive.
  12. That never logically made sense to me"."Hence the reason I scored very poorly outside of math and science"."
  13. Depending on the state murder can also have different levels with differing requirements. Texas actually does not have a "second degree" of murder and it looks like it needs intent per the 5 minutes of googling I have done. Apparently the jury believed she intended to cause harm hence the murder conviction rather that manslaughter.
  14. It is obvious the republicans know that they are wrong when all they can attack is random crap in the background rather than the actual substance of the investigation.
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