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PC, more features, more mods, more servers, customizable skins and textures, generally superior in every single way imaginable.
Am I supposed to go Rambo on the white house or some shit? I'm not superman I can't change anything.
hurr hurr its this type of thinking that allows stuff like this to happen etc etc there I saved you guys some typing
The argument that a lot of pro-gun people use is that the 2nd amendment entitles them to own firearms in order to discourage and fight back against a tyrannical force, whether that's foreign or domestic. It's so fundamental that they're willing to forego the increased risk of mass murders in order to keep their freedom.
Yet here we have a government that's spying on its citizens (and others) on an unprecedented scale and with very little oversight. Any time anyone tries to hold the relevant people to account, they're met with the 'get out of jail free card' that is the 'state secret' privilege in order to avoid having their actions scrutinised and potentially declared unconstitutional.
And somehow people are fine with that.
If you're going to have the 2nd amendment, use it for its intended purpose.
You dont even use ten buttons to play Minecraft.
Minecraft PC vs Minecraft Xbox 360?
Which one and why?
^I don't think that should be banned either. Rather, what should be banned is purposeful obfuscation about the use of these ingredients
You know those intro to food science/nutrition classes in university? I think they should be taught in high school instead. It'd tie into whatever biology/chemistry/health classes people have to take in high school.
should parents be obliged to feed their kids healthy food?
do you support seat belt laws?
Yeah, I don't get it
0 AM GMT is 1 AM at my place, I have to wake up before 8 so i'd like to get atleast 5 or 6 hours sleep, thats why i asked to move it.
how's that contradict what I did just now?
2e used THAC0 I'm pretty sure. A d20 system is way more simple. It's hard going in but the rules are more consistent. Give Pathfinder a try, or the D&D equivalent 3.5.
That's almost always true, but the kinds of dedicated cards that you find in 600 dollar laptops are the ones that are so weak that you're actually better off without them. If you don't have the money right now, another thing to consider is that Intel's Haswell chips will be launching soon, and those will bring huge battery life improvements and further improvements to the HD graphics.
This laptop is really the only thing that came up on Newegg with your requirements. No info on the webcam. However, the dedicated card in that laptop is actually weaker than the Intel HD 4000 graphics.
You can still find em online pretty easily. What's your budget and main purpose for buying the laptop? Gaming? School? General use?
New map may give us a chance to implement that idea that we were discussing a couple of months back.
Do you live in a heavily populated area?
Retail jobs are highly sought after (for what reason, I have no clue, having worked my fair share of them), and therefore have a high volume of applicants, typically. But they also have the highest employee turnover rate, so the important thing is to apply to many different locations and make sure that they note your interest in the job.
If you're in a smaller community, a good word from a friend or relative who works with the company/knows the boss or something similar can really work wonders.
Retail doesn't exactly have a high barrier of entry, though.
You're looking at the wrongs places. You need degrees for those jobs. Try a restaurant or retail. If you want a more "prominent" job then you get a degree. That's how the world works.
Not everyone who goes to college is having daddy pay the bills. If you can't get any sort of scholarship or get a loan, then save up money from working at Starbucks or whatever.
It's really not that hard for a teenager to get a job. You just have to accept that you're going to be doing something you probably won't like.
A) By being a reputable, sociable young man with an appropriate level of basic skills.
B) By not being an awkward neckbeard outcast recluse.
C) By being able to conduct yourself as a responsible adult for, like, 2-5 minutes.
I'm not surprised it's too much for you.