Another key point, a few weeks ago it was discovered tgat certain large publishers were paying money and giving eatly access to popular YouTube personalities if they promised to basically do an advertisement under the guise of "critical review." The contracts where incredibly spelled out about promoting the game and… » 10/27/14 8:58am Monday 8:58am

She could just start handing out yuppie "healthy" treats. Kids of all walks of life will stop bugging her pretty damned quick. She could also simply turn off her porch light and not participate, because it's clear she doesn't enjoy receiving trick or treaters, so she can fuck off. » 10/24/14 9:47am 10/24/14 9:47am

Though, the slight difference is that the cab company is liable for the actions of their employees, while Uber has no responsibility over it's contractors. » 10/21/14 12:29pm 10/21/14 12:29pm

It's a little harder due to it, at it's core, being a confab of multiple bands IIRC, so you gotta coordinate a ton of people's schedules to pull it off, while an album can be worked on when people get time. » 10/21/14 11:45am 10/21/14 11:45am

Mark Wahlberg somehow parrying Lockdown's attacks with his stupid penis-replacement gun-sword. I don't care how badass the weapon is, Lockdown is a giant robot, you do not get to "block" his attacks. » 10/19/14 5:47pm 10/19/14 5:47pm

There are axilary branches of mammary tissue where milk (and other things) are produced, and the axilary nodes aren't necessarily always removed in a (partial) mastectomy. However, she had a bilateral total mastectomy, which usually calls for complete removal of all mammary tissues, including axilary nodes. » 10/19/14 4:28pm 10/19/14 4:28pm

I love hearing the "war on Christmas" types wax poetic about all the things about Christmas they feel are important, and proceed to use a list of all of the commercialized aspects of Christmas. » 10/16/14 5:03pm 10/16/14 5:03pm

True, violent crimes are actually on a downshift and have been for some time (not counting police murdering civilians because we don't have numbers on that). But it is still hard to argue "videogames don't make people violent" when a group that claims to be made up of gamers unilaterally attacks and threatens people… » 10/16/14 3:00pm 10/16/14 3:00pm

That's one of the reasons I enjoy Glen Cook's fantasy novels, he tends try to apply how simple, innocuous magics would drastically change everything about how things can be done. In one of his more recent series, The Instrumentalities of the Night, the characters have access to a device that by and large allows for… » 10/16/14 10:41am 10/16/14 10:41am