That said I am socially liberal and think that most social issues need to happen in society; not through the government. There NEED to be regulations on these all powerful too big to fail monopolies that we currently have that no one is willing to start regulating except the democrats, but truthfully I don think even they are going far enough. Sure big business is great for the US economy, but when you have people breaking rules and screwing over the working class, the poor, and the country there is 0 repercussions for these people that belong in jail because they are wealthy enough and can hide behind a “company decision”..
There is a similar site that supposedly keeping track of the number of children caught in gun violence and I remember actually delving into a couple of them once. One of the first ones I looked at claimed to have a child shooting victim. Okay that not cool right? And of course it is “sourced”.
It not bad. People who cry for getting 62 on an exam are those people who only have their grades to compete with others. Nobody who good looking with a wealthy family and a good relationship driving a 2018 M4 Competition in San Marino Blue/Sakhir Orange full leather interior is going to trip from a 62.
If it works in the real world, why not in a simm?Posted: 2008/01/22 at 12:59 PMI agree David. There are people out there who take Sim Racing seriously. There are many different kinds of Sim Racing Leagues out there, with their own sponsorships to pay to have a server to hold about 30 40 people to race at once, with minimal lag.
I really don’t agree that it’s a joke. To you, ok, sure. But to most people no. And to look at it, it doesn’t seem like much. A flat screen, a bit taller than a deck of cards, and just one Power button on the front.But don’t let Apple’s new iPhone fool you. Judging from how quickly the stock market pushed Apple’s stock up within minutes of its announcement this morning, the iPhone could become a big player in the technology sector.I’m always amazed to see product like this one come out: Some new gadget flashes a red light when it’s too loud around you.
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