I got my priorities straight by marrying an intelligent woman, thank you. Doesn't mean I still can't appreciate beauty, which is why I stopped the audio at a few seconds in and just stared at those witchy eyes.
Dumb girls can still be fun. Just not long term.
EDITED: 2013-06-18 14:06:27 Posted: June 18th, 2013 @ 2:05PM
Can I just say how cool it is that your woman flips off idiots on the road? My wife would never do that. One time she was driving me home after a night of drinking and some idiot almost pulled out in front of us. So of course I flipped him off.
Well the dickhead sped in front of us and challenged me for flipping him off. Me being the drunk punk that I am flipped him off again and told him he was being an idiot, all the while his girlfriend and my wife were trying to calm us down and be the voice of reason. They eventually sped off, and I had to listen to her nag me about it the rest of the ride home while I chuckled to myself.
Waste of money. Any Windows power user should train themselves to use the Windows key on their keyboard to facilitate routine tasks:
- Win+E = Windows explorer
- Win+F = Find
- Win+R = Run
- Win+Pause = System properties
- Win+Tab = Cycle 3D window stack (Shift-Tab to reverse direction)
- Win+Space = Show desktop
- Win+Arrows = Throw current window across edges
- Win+Shift+Arrow = Throw current window between monitors
There's always hate and resistance to a new Windows OS which I'll never understand. The only Windows OS I didn't like was NT, and that's just because I was tasked with creating a web developers stamp for new employees at my last company and it was a bear to work with. Other than that I've had very little problems molding each version of Windows to suit my needs. Haven't made the jump to 8 yet, and while I dislike the homescreen I'm sure I could get used to it like I did with all the others.
Anything is better than the Mac OS.
EDITED: 2013-05-24 08:41:06 Posted: May 24th, 2013 @ 7:07AM
Lately all I've been doing in my free time is playing Injustice on the XBOX. My gaming PC has been collecting dust since I got that game, although just yesterday I reinstalled Deus Ex: Human Revolution for another replay on the hardest difficulty. Posted: May 20th, 2013 @ 12:31PM
Seems like a reasonable thing to do. An 87% chance of dancing with death is not odds I'd wish to gamble with. Sometimes with cancer, being reactive instead of proactive isn't enough to send it into remission. That's one disease you don't take risks with, and I applaud her for making that difficult decisions in the face of cancer. Posted: May 15th, 2013 @ 5:35AM
Nice to see he didn't take the cowards way out and end his life. Hopefully we can get some answers out of him. Part of me wishes that justice often took the form of eye for an eye. The man should be subjected to a saw type trap involving explosives, and then being forced to live out the remainder of his life as an amputee in prison. Posted: April 20th, 2013 @ 7:00PM
Premeditated murder should = death penalty. I don't believe anybody able to commit such an atrocious act deserves to live, nor should we be spending money keeping these criminal incarcerated. The world needs to stop being such a pussy. Posted: April 1st, 2013 @ 12:03PM