14 posts • joined Tuesday 21st October 2008 07:24 GMT
It's nice to know that India has millions to piss away on a mission to Mars, but sadly not enough to feed the hundreds of millions who live in abject poverty and suffering.
You'll never prove you're a "first" world nation by sending a rocket into space, India. You'll prove it by creating some form of infrastructure and social welfare.
If you have not already, I would recommend investing in a secure VPN or the TOR Browser Bundle.
Among other things.
Bloody rogue planets, swanning about, doing what they like. There is order to the universe, you little tike!
Does that mean that they will also be banning the Bible, Koran and other esoteric writings?
Except that he is talentless though..
Re: "Do you expect blizzard to manufacture TWO ENTIRE VERSIONS of the game"
You mean like pretty much every other non-MMO game that has existed ever? Yes. Yes, I did.
Stop sending me fake BOFH alerts in my emails, you heartless bastards! Seriously, you are just grinding my day into the ground every time you send me one of those emails and I find out that you have been lying to me again. I hate you right now, El Reg.
I hardly think that an angry engineer who threw his bottle out of the pram and proceeded to change some passwords, is in any way deserving of the lofty title of BOFH. In fact, I am shocked that El Reg would even consider giving this MSCE-esq fellow such a title, let alone post it as front-page news!
Furthermore, who at the Requarters(did you like that?) decides who is and who is not a BOFH? Are they qualified for such a role? I propose an investigation and publication of said individual(s) deeds and qualifications.
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