"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" - Evelyn Beatrice Hall, in the book 'The Friends of Voltaire'
How did we not see this sooner?
There's also the problem that most creationists seem to not understand what species actually means. An example = From what I've heard, most would say that a finch is a species, blackbird is a species etc. But its not cut and dry like that. Finches are a broad spectrum of species; Greenfinch, Linnet, Goldfinch etc. Its the same with Blackbirds; Common Blackbird, Indian Blackbird, Grey Winged Blackbird etc.
TL DR; It seems that creationists on the whole see species as being animals that are very different from each other and refuse to accept the actual biological classifications.
Isn't this like the same thing that happened with Dota and Counter Strike and Day of Defeat, a successful mod that becomes a title to buy?
'I've got the most hats, therefore I am the most commissar.'
I just realised it said that. Sweet Emprah.
I'm sorry what?
He didn't care at all. But everyone knows that the working class are the hardest class around regardless of what country they're from.
Average guard squad trying to hold an objective in table top.
Swiggity swooty, gonna mutilate dat booty
Gaben has seen the light at last. But has his vision been forever clouded by money?
And they're up for sale again.
The backlash is real:
I should mention, modders only get a payout when they reach $100. So if your mod costs $1 you'll have to sell 400 copies of it to get your cash, since Valve gets the other 300 (though Bethesda gets a slice of the pie too). Refunds are also to the steam wallet and are a 24 hour refund. If a patch breaks a mod and the mod never gets fixed, as far as steam is concerned, you're not entitled to a refund if its outside the 24 hour window. There's also no steam support for mods that are downloaded from here or nexus etc for free and then sold without permission by someone other than the author; its the community's job to find and report this.
As of 19:19 on the 24th of April GMT (when I checked), all of the priced mods have been pulled down from sale. At least, when I select them it says that they are no longer on sale.
If you don't enjoy it then the Commissar will *BLAM* you.
The mighty and wise Gman teacheth so.
Belgium: Buying nations time since 1830
If Iran didn't want to feel threatened, they shouldn't have put their country so close to those Ameri- I mean, NATO military bases.
Thanks to history and the fantastic (sarcasm) way that both cities and the military are organised here in the UK, I live in an area with a few regiments. Despite the fact that each are based in different cities, the cities are literally across a river. Think of it like Buda and Pest:
Regiment: 101st (Northumbrian) Royal Artillery Regiment
Vehicles Used: GMLRS, Counter Battery Radar (COBRA), Mobile Artillery Monitoring Battlefield Radar (MAMBA)
Regiment: Queen's Own Yeomanry
Vehicles: RWMIK Land Rovers with either GPMGs or L1A1 12.7mm machine guns
Regiment: Light Dragoons
Vehicles: Jackal 2 with either GPMG or a grenade launcher, Coyote TSV equipped in the same way and the Panther equipped with either a GPMG or a 12.7mm machine gun
I actually saw one of the GMLRS while I was at the seaside the other day.
The Tau isn't poor. Poor is me every time I leave a Games Workshop.
I'm so spooped by the skellington
Closed? Pulling that off must've taken some kind of tactical geniu- CREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED!!!!
You see Ivan, when go through mud tank gets best camouflage.
Saddam knows that feel too
Its as real a legend as this bacon is kosher
Officer: 'What's that dust cloud over there?'
Guardsman: *looks through binoculars*
Officer: 'What d'you see?'
Guardsman: *wets self*
Officer: 'I see. Well then. I'm off to uh... see the Brigadier... yeah that's right.'