17 posts • joined Thursday 6th August 2009 12:22 GMT
Thats not that bad, cant imagine he would have been up that much longer unless he also has a 6 pack of red bull.
p.s. i played 18 rated games as a kid (13-17) and i turned out to be a productive member of soc-KILL ALL HUMANS-iety.
I have a feeling
I have a feeling im on there "random" watch list for this and they can bring it on. Its not like they are going to decrypt my p2p packets anyway.
Dear Simon 81
I have a hard drive with backup image files of all the games i own on Pc and Wii.
The old justification of "ITS BULL!!!!!one11 dirty pirateS!11on" just doesnt fly and makes yourself look ignorant.
I used to have a game caled IL2: Sturnovich that had the notorious copy protection SecureROM on it. Shortly after installing i got a pop up saying that i need to put a disc into the drive, after investigation the securerom on the disc had the possibility of damaing the drive and it seemed like it had done it to mine. I could no longer play DVD's in it or laod any disc. Numerous emails to secureROM to get a reply ended in vain even with pictures i took and other information.
To this date i have never used a disc in my drive longer than needed, and always mount the backups.
However discs are very tough, my Battlefield 2 disc has sustained a good few years of abuse and still works fine, not that its needed anymore with the latest patch.
Surely they should just piggy back off winamp, the superior syncing application. As i recall iTunes was a bloated old hag of a program and kept doing weird syncing/backups when i didnt want it too.
How come every new web thing these days crumbles due to "more than expected demand". Its like they spend the least amount of money they can on servers.
Holy smokes 400k!
How ever will my 1995 stick of memory cope with the 400k needed in mozilla. If only there was GB's of ram to buy and install in my motherboard, if only i lived 10+ years from now where 400k is nothing but a drop in the ocean.