Get the warranty. You probably won't have any problem, but it's worth the difference, I think.
Good choice of router, BTW. This thing is superb. I live in a 97-year-old house with solid lath and plaster walls, signal doesn't go through them very well. But with this router, I can get three bars of signal where I never got any before. Posted: February 10th, 2014 @ 11:17PM
The messed up thing about our government, as it is now is that it's all a game to them. Yes, I'm going to complain about the two-party system again. The score is basically tallied by the number of constituents a party has on their side. It's like a game of pick-up sticks, and we're just the sticks.
Sure, there are people who get involved in government because they honestly want to help the people around them, but the game sucks most of them in, because generally if you want to get elected, you're going to have to pick a team and play for them.
The rest, we call independents or fringe contingents, or RRP.
And as a whole, all we do is cheer when someone on our team bests someone on their team. Then we get back to watching TV.
It pains me to say, but I at least envy Canadians in as far as when enough people get pissed at one of the parties up there, they gather in the following election and pretty effectively wipe out that party.
I've said it before, I'll say it again, we need at least one more option, or two less. Posted: September 21st, 2013 @ 4:34PM
A favorite game for the last year, at least for me. The randomness to shots adds a layer of difficulty at times, but I just spent more of my round making sure I could get my people into positions where they were much less likely to miss. There's a couple of sniper perks that almost break the game, though. And that one dodge perk for the forward class is great for drawing fire. Posted: August 4th, 2013 @ 7:24PM
Some people just don't like it when you don't mince words. But you're basically on point.
Everybody's got to take stock of their own safety.
"I'm going to go drive around with a person I don't know that well, I met him playing a game on the internet." Does it necessarily sound like a good idea? No, but assuming you're dealing with adults, you've voiced your concern, and that's about all you can do. Posted: May 11th, 2013 @ 9:58AM
Nebu, we can agree to disagree on the meaning of that verse. Admittedly, I grew up on King James version. I read it as respecting your body, as a vessel of God, in this example with regards to fornication, and asks that you glorify God in your body and your spirit, which are both His.
You know, this is a very odd turn for me to take while commenting on this site. Back to the original point, no, I don't care much for tattoos either. Posted: April 10th, 2013 @ 8:52PM
You know, I remember your first post about having a kid, and at the time I was like, "oh, that's nice." But two years later, my wife and I welcomed our daughter into the world, and then I got it. Isn't it amazing how your "everything" changes? Posted: January 9th, 2013 @ 7:36PM
This kind of highlights my feeling that I have very little variance in my choices. Reminds me of this game I played a while back. Unless I didn't get enough points along the way and there's another guy with a green tie as well.. Posted: September 24th, 2012 @ 11:58PM
So, basically nothing has "change"d except which side the supporters come from. Continued evidence that our political system is a sham. If you choose a party, the only difference is who's pulling the wool over your eyes.
One more party, or two less. Posted: June 20th, 2012 @ 7:41PM