“Now the One users can feel some of the frustration that so many of us 360 users feel when we can't sign in on Xbox Live because MS botched up their security "updates." What a coincidence that the 360 Live access issues started occurring at the same time as MS began promoting Xbox One!”
Martin Privat on Nov 26, 2013 at 01:05:41
“hmmm...haven't had this issue with my 360. Just updated the box and signed up for live for another 3 months. I will keep an eye out though.”
“Some of what he leaked is sure to do some good, just as some of what he leaked probably did some damage to security. Exposing war crimes probably only damaged the reputation of America to other Americans.”
“If you work for a corporation and you leak confidential information into the public, you should be fired. If you do so in the military and it is found to have compromised national security, you should be imprisoned. But "compromising national security" is such a broad term it's nearly impossible to prove that it hasn't happened in many cases. One cannot do something so massive as what Manning did and not expect to pay some sort of consequences.”
Yeaaaright on Aug 21, 2013 at 11:55:47
“Yeah, those who were committing war crimes cannot be that happy with Bradley.
Compromising national security by Exposing war crimes.”
Aug 21, 2013 at 04:44:26
“Use clear coffee cups. When a patron is done their coffee and is still there an hour later, they should be asked if there is anything else they want. They can then either get back in line or go.”
w4csc on Aug 21, 2013 at 11:46:39
“They COULD go back to real service and offer to bring a second order to your table, making extra profits and tips for the bringers. I have a confession, I told a kid down on his luck to try that at Starbucks. Someone will have emptied their cup. He drops by their table and asks, most politely, if he can get them anything else from the queers behind the counter. 70% re-order through his little clandestine business-inside-Starbucks. He takes their credit card up and reorders from the counter, delivers it to the table with receipt and gets a cash tip, almost every time! Everybody wins...”
“I smoked cigarettes when I was a kid, because my parents did.
Then I grew up. I might smoke three or four cigarettes a year now.
I smoked pot when I was a teen and into my early twenties, because my Dad did.
Then I grew up. I might smoke twice a year now.
I drank alcohol in college because everyone else did.
Then I grew up. I only drink a couple of beers a couple of times a month with friends, or have a glass of port to help me go to sleep.
How many of the posters here drink a six-pack a few nights a week and get their tiny little rocks off yelling about pot-smoking hippie libs? Hypocrites.”
sidepockets on Aug 20, 2013 at 22:39:46
“Yep, that's the way it was for my friends in high school, then we grew up and became professionals. Medical weed is needed. We won't really get it. They will say we have it in certain states but we don't. The BDEAE will just come around the corner and blast someone with a dispensary and screw with the lives of people who need it. So, it will be kept underground. So they can prosecute people who smoke a little weed, throw them in prison, and ruin the lives of many. Never seemed to ruin our President's life though.”
dogspeed on Aug 20, 2013 at 21:53:16
“Seems like you have a before bedtime drinking problem.”
“And how did they get that, eh? By exploiting the workers! By hanging on to outdated imperialist dogma which perpetuates the economic and social differences in our society. If there's ever going to be any progress...”