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  1. Also: Spain post Franco. And every Eastern...

    Tunisia, next question please.[/QUOTE]

    Also: Spain post Franco. And every Eastern European and Baltic country post Warsaw pact
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    I fully agree. And having interacted with the...

    To be fair, children ages 18 and under are not exactly who I'd look to for wise decisions regarding "changing the status quo". They, in the vast majority of cases, literally have no idea what the...
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    PDQ Deploy (along with PDQ Inventory) still seems...

    PDQ Deploy (along with PDQ Inventory) still seems to be a thing. There's a free version, so that can be even properly tested: https://www.pdq.com/

    I personally have no expereince with it, but saw...
  4. I don't necessarily want it to be "zippy". And I...

    I don't necessarily want it to be "zippy". And I don't mind it being bulky, but compared to the rest of Subnautica's equipment usability, it's quite awkward to handle. For example the fact that I...
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    See if this might be of any help:...

    See if this might be of any help: https://github.com/pyfa-org/Phobos
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    Hahaha, so much this. And you forgot: having...

    Hahaha, so much this.

    And you forgot: having booked a 7-day jungle trip, which explicit mentioned that the sleeping places each night on that tour are tents. Then becoming furios, because there's...
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    Confirmed.

    Is it Germany which has the law the retractions must occupy the same space as the original story?[/QUOTE]

    Confirmed.
  8. Thread: Bitcoin

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    That somewhat reminds me of the taxing virtual...

    That somewhat reminds me of the taxing virtual (game) transactions/items roughly a decade ago, when SL was the new hype and people (claimed to) made big bucks from selling pixels for RL money.
  9. Thread: Star trek!

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    Well, same argument could be made for the...

    Well, same argument could be made for the teleporter (which in every ST series gives access to otherwise unreachable locations) and cloaking devices. Don't get me wrong - I too don't like the spore...
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    Fun fact: there's speculation*) that the...

    Fun fact: there's speculation*) that the evolution of Germany from an agricultural state to an industrial powerhouse correlates with a period where no copyright law existed in Germany, so everbody...
  11. As you've picked up the game yesterday, I'll put...

    As you've picked up the game yesterday, I'll put the answer to the scanner room into spoliers

    The scanner room only reveals the location of resources, not showing you the biome boundaries or the...
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    For those of you using uTorrent, keep an eye on...

    For those of you using uTorrent, keep an eye on this one: https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/02/utorrent-bugs-let-websites-control-your-computer-and-steal-your-downloads/
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    The cynic in me thinks that "living constitution"...

    Tbh still sort of better than UK's total lack of a proper written constitution that doesn't consist of century or millenia old precedence.

    I understand that not every country can have a...
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    Yepp, Arizona granted them a Transportation...

    Yepp, Arizona granted them a Transportation Network Company permit.
  15. Yeah, indeed. Just like in about every other...

    Yeah, indeed. Just like in about every other game, the parts that I have discovered should be visible to me. I mean, I've got a frickin' nanobots factory at hand that's capable of creating a whole...
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    Well, we've had 52 changes ("Gesetz zur Änderung...

    Tbh still sort of better than UK's total lack of a proper written constitution that doesn't consist of century or millenia old precedence.

    I understand that not every country can have a...
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    Also: meddling (aka "updateing") with the...

    Tbh still sort of better than UK's total lack of a proper written constitution that doesn't consist of century or millenia old precedence.

    I understand that not every country can have a...
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    This suspiciously looks like a German word, but...

    That doesnt make any sense, abortions are an activity but guns are an object. So it should either be "Vacuum syringes kill 300x more kids than guns do" or "Abortions kill 300x more kids then...
  19. Where did I see that gesture before? ...

    Where did I see that gesture before?

    http://dy00k1db5oznd.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/AP00052002697_size.jpg
  20. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4072699/j...

    Not as far as I can remember, got any directories I should check?[/QUOTE]

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4072699/january-3-2018-windows-security-updates-and-antivirus-software


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  21. Given that there are maps for Subnautica, at...

    Given that there are maps for Subnautica, at least the biomes are static.

    For those interested, here's a live ingame map (via Steam Overlay/Browser):...
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    That's not how bots work. And that's been the...

    except ccp can detect that d-scan spamming.[/QUOTE]

    Can they though?
    What's the difference between a player hitting a shortcut key about every second or a bot doing it with a random second...
  23. See if this helps:...

    See if this helps: https://www.windowscentral.com/how-prevent-windows-10-rebooting-after-installing-updates
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    If it's any relief to you guys, the U.S. isn't...

    I mean, it's really the same problem with the Texas church shooter. That guy too, should not have had legal access to guns, imo. The laws do exist, but I see two issues really. They are so permissive...
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    Not everything yet, but they try hard to fill in...

    Not everything yet, but they try hard to fill in the gaps: Video games, not guns, to blame for school shooting, says Kentucky gov.

    For added giggles, the subheadline reads "It’s the same as...
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