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Sad but true
Can it play Crysis?
Put it in a field with some sheep and it can play farmville…
Disadvantage: Can’t add fun european friends to my circles on it.
What sorcery is this …
@Alex: Yeah, it’s called the hollidays. DUH!! :P
You’ve got some violent holiday-ing.
really funny; th’at true; the life are.. in reality : simply.
Wow ! That’s only the 8th time I read this jokes. Still has funny as the first time.
Question : how do I chat with my vietnamese friend and my girlfriend in London with this ?
It’s called an invitation, and then a visit. I do them all the time.
But can it blend?
Zero latency sounds great!
Some systems have problems with this when it scales to thousands or millions of simultaneous users.
How have they solved this problem here?
it sucks ! can’t say anything i want without the risk of being beaten up !
The ’80s social network. Good old days when I wasn’t born :P
and yet still end up arguing about some trivial thing!
WoW! (Not to be pun-full) What a bunch of crabs! Why not try using your phone to actually talk to someone and see if you can’t get together at a “H.I.” (Human Interaction) station like the one in the cartoon?
If you can’t gather with at least one other person at a H.I. station within the next 7 days and do it for at least an hour then you may want to seriously reconsider what your doing in your biological form – a.k.a. “a life”!
lol, so true
Ray Bradbury wrote the classic Fahrenheit 451 on a rental typewriter in the basement of UCLA’s Powell Library; paying ten cents per half-hour, he finished the book in nine days at a cost of nine dollars and eighty cents.
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