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footle

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  1. Visualisations - drop in and forget - though there's a couple which either need editing or removing due to the filename length issue.
  2. CIA World Factbook: UK GDP per capita: $27,700 Japan GDP per capita: $28,000 Now, given that we're talking about working hard, and not simply about the number of people, perhaps you'd like to try again?
  3. It should have been a 15. For the operation theatre alone. There were 6 year olds in there ffs.
  4. I give you the reaction of the Japanese people (government, media, mobs) to the hostages returned from Iraq and raise you on the "work harder". Working longer [the we-hang-around-the-office-till-the-boss-leaves culture prevalent amongst the engineers I've worked with] is not necessarily the same thing as working harder. Or the same as working more productively.
  5. Characters would have been downloaded from either DDRUK or the stepmania website. DDRUK - it was a torrent. I then just unzipped and ftp-ed the complete characters directory over. Then set them to random in the Backgrounds Options menu. Haven't tried the visualisations yet (from the Stepmania website). Feel free to MSN me if there are problems - footle hotmail.
  6. How about Frequency, Gitaroo Man and, erm, Gregory Horror Show? JUDGEMENT.
  7. @A Big Boy. That Slate article is a pile of shit and guilty of just what it accuses Moore of. "All pacifists are religious freaks" wtf? " Saddam had never attacked or killed or even threatened (his words) any American." Interesting misquote. The word "threatened" was never used. "I notice from the New York Times of June 20 that he has pompously established a rapid response team, and a fact-checking staff, and some tough lawyers, to bulwark himself against attack. He'll sue, Moore says, if anyone insults him or his pet." Seems like a sensible precaution to me. And a good publicity stunt. And it's not "insult" - it's "call a liar". Which isn't the same thing at all. Meanwhile, whilst the Right have such characters as Bill O'Reilly (Talking Point article following for all those fans out there) I think that something as mildly (joke) bias as Moore's film is probably just about allowable. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,125165,00.html
  8. He's just pissed they cut the scene with Scarlett and the Robot.
  9. Not sure about the visualisations yet, but the characters were a drop and go activity. I get the occasional problem with the length of some of the default directory names.
  10. Made out of real ducks? I prefer using Swans, but I'm worried about what my landlord might say about the state of the carpet - melted plastic is such a bitch to get out of the fibres.
  11. My cheap xbox dance mat has turned up. So I might be messaging you later... [ I fixed one problem, which was that it crashed out at the end of songs - one image file hadn't copied over correctly... ]
  12. footle

    Doom III

    Ah - but they'll be selling this engine for the next two/three years. Call of Duty, anyone?
  13. without the japanese backdrop no-one would have cared about the film Try again. But this time please leave your superiority complex at the door. Lost In Translation is great. The fact it is set in Japan is, ultimately, irrelevant as to whether it's great or not. Not everyone thinks Japan is cool. Hey - we're going round in circles again.
  14. Delorian. Taurus did this thread three months ago.
  15. I liked "Weary and Bleary Eyed". Some of the rest of it grates after a while.
  16. DrIVer? Argghhhh. It's probably too subtle though.
  17. footle

    PSM2

    Rez is pretentitiitititous.
  18. Who's posted something positive about a game? Metal Arms. A secret Disney conspiracy?
  19. Edge's review of Driver 3 probably wasn't paid for. If it was, I think I'd be asking for my money back. [ Though the score of 3 seemed a little lenitent, given the review text ].
  20. Northy, you're kind of missing the point. Large quantities of unpaid overtime are basically a way of the employees giving the shareholders money, compensating for poor scheduling and management practices. Now, for a small company you might find that ok - without this kind of thing the company may well close. But EA, with its profits and revenues of xxx million?
  21. I don't get an update option?
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