Aug 17th 2007 11:37AM Or for the same money they could give away 4500 Impala LS's and that's based on MSRP. Which wouldn't annoy us nearly half as much seeing Impala ads everywhere and it would garner great word of mouth press. Not to mention a boost in public relations. Just a thought.
Jun 1st 2007 11:47AM So wait... you're saying that when I try to unlock my doors with my keyless remote entry fob like normal, ie take keys from pocket and hit the button at waist level (which happens to be below the roof lines of a parking lot of cars) and it won't open. All I have to do is raise the remote to a greater height to achieve a greater range!? Astounding! Has anyone tried.. oh I don't know, holding it at the same height as your chin but not under it?
My friend told me and showed me this feat in the early 90's as well. As I proceeded to have him go back to the range where it'd work only under his chin I told him to hold it out to your side at head level and try it. When that worked the same he looked like I just took a lollipop from a 3 year old.
It's height people, if your meaty head and chin made these frequencies carry farther you'd see big synthetic chins on Cingular and Verizon towers.
Apr 9th 2007 1:36PM And did you see there is another camera in the childs room aimed at the bed?
Apr 9th 2007 12:19PM Ok, Henry picked up on it. But seriously, there is a wireless camera in a childs bathroom. If you look at the reflection in the mirror it looks like the shower is on the opposite wall where the camera is aimed. Seriously creepy doesn't even come close, the authorities should investigate this.
Apr 4th 2007 5:13PM Maybe I'm missing something about the particulars of this race (Time match) but why would you want 4:10 rear gearing in a cannonball car?
Mar 26th 2007 4:41PM I'm curious as to why these are just now coming out when the time stamp on them is Feb 14th 2007?
Mar 19th 2007 5:11PM Depends on how it's done. A straight sequel could be great, if they stick to history and show the war that happens after the events of "300". Take it straight from the speech the guy gives after the battle of Thermopylae. If the try bringing Leonidas back from the dead, well then a crapfest it will be.
Feb 20th 2007 12:54PM I play at work everyday. I get most of my grinding done at work and I'll run quests at night if I'm able to get on. Playing at work takes a certain finesse to pull off regularly. Because if you try to do it without being caught you eventually will, so the trick is to get it to be ok with your bosses that you play. And I'll gladly train you in this skill up to 350 for 100 gold!
Dec 15th 2006 11:35AM "ok now using your right hand touch your olfactory sensor. Now walk in a straight line heel to toe"
Ever since the drunken Asimo incident all robots must pass a field sobriety test before interacting with children.
Dec 15th 2006 10:11AM @2
I'm not sure if you meant that sarcastically or seriously. But you know now that I think about it, the NES was a lot more fun than current/next gen systems. I mean I like playing Halo, Gears, and Grand Theft Auto. But remember how much fun it was to just stay up playing the latest Mario iteration? Come on, whenever people ask what your all time favorite game is it's usually something from the NES, Metroid, Zelda, Mario. That is if the person was alive and playing games during that era. Originally the reason "next-gen" was such a big deal and more computing horsepower was so important was because it advanced gameplay. Games were able to be more indepth, new ways to play were made, advancements was to save your game even. Now it seems the only real thing "next-gen" does is make things look better. More "realistic". How about just making us better games!
So yes, long live the NES!