Swiecki wrote:I played WoW from last summer world of warcraft classic gold to this April and while I wasn't addicted (at my height I played an average of 2 hours a day), all the people who care about me stepped in and showed me just how many hours I wasted playing the game when I could have been learning a new coding language, or making cool apps on my iPhone, or making money, or hanging out with my real friends. You suggest a different game and then wrote this, which I don't take as an attack on WoW so much as gaming in general. Head scratching, to say the least..
Beyond the actual legislation, Democrats are looking to pin down lawmakers with recorded votes. Gun control bills usually fail in GOP controlled committees, with only a few legislators voting. That includes enacting new mandatory minimum penalties for certain repeat domestic abusers, which Republicans said would reduce the number of gun related homicides..
We have baseball caps and berets. They aren very good, but they are better than nothing I suppose. Still no Viking horned helms or, for Jin cat ears.. It's too bad the rest of the experience feels so lifeless. Structurewise, "Riptide" feels a lot like Gearbox's "Borderlands" games, with quest givers and loot sprinkled liberally throughout the game world. Sadly, though, "Riptide" has little of "Borderlands'" oddball humor or over the top goofiness.
I would give them an F, if they do not learn from their mistakes, and keep repeating them. Some day, they will learn to consider time outs to be precious, and saved for legitimate challenges, and the last 2 minutes of each half. Maybe Saleh should not coach the defense to be violent.
Scientists believe that a similar incident created our moon. An additional theory says that the planet formed before the Sun's energy had stabilized. The planet would have had much more mass in this theory as well, but the temperatures created by the protosun would have been as high as 10,000 K and the majority of the surface rock could have been vaporized.
But the case still came down to jurors assessment of whether Noor was justified in shooting, and they had only the officers testimony for a picture of the key moments. During his closing argument Monday, defense attorney Thomas Plunkett told jurors all that mattered was the moment in which Noor fired his gun and that they needed to consider whether Noor acted as a reasonable officer would act in the same circumstances. Prosecutor Amy Sweasy argued the shooting was not justified..