Christian’s Trying to Help Homosexuals Turn From Their Sin?
“BAN!! Oh noez, ban-ban-ban! You’re hurting the children! Stop it! Stop it!”
It’s funny how these crazy “Taskforce” folks are whining about how these insane Christians are using the fictional “separation of church and state” clause in our Constitution (that people like the crazy “Taskforce” folks use themselves all the time) to effectively prevent the government from messing around with what they’re trying to do.
Clever backfire, if you ask me. Shows the other side’s own close-mindedness.
“No prayers in schools! Separation of Church and State!”
“Hey! You Christians need the be government regulated!”
Anyone see the… oddity here?
In other related news, some random girl won the position of Homecoming KING.
That’s just ridiculous… “I’m so happy Hood allows people to be themselves!!!”
I’m going to go be sick now. :bored:
Oh look! It just so happens that Peter Heck has commentaries about this, too!
Imagine that! :D
Concerning Female Homecoming King
Concerning the “Awful Christian ex-Gay Groups”
Nintendo’s Wi-Fi Service Logs Its 1 Millionth Player
Congrats to Nintendo! Yey! *throws confetti*
You know, someone on Slashdot was whining about how poorly implemented the service for Mario Kart DS was… to which, I have to say this: MK:DS was the very first game Nintendo ever released with online gaming capabilities. There was bound to be mistakes, yes, but, in my opinion, it’s nothing seriously… serious. The points he brought up had to do with the scoring system… and he goes on to say that it should be changed.
But, uh… it’s a ROM card the game is on. With a few spots able to be flashed for saving information… do you think it’s possible for Nintendo to actively update their videogame cards live?
If so, that would be an awesome step in further widening the gap between the DS and the PSP.
With the XBox, if a game needed patched, you’d need a harddrive (or, in the PSP’s case, a proprietary memory stick that costs you a major part of your paycheck)… and lemme tell ya’, it takes many a memory block to update Halo.
You couldn’t do much as to updating a DS game, since I’m sure most of the card’s filled up with games anyway, but if Nintendo left room for fixing things, that’d be sweet. As soon as you get online to play, you get a quick update and bam! Problems fixed.
I wonder if that’d cause problems when using local wireless to play with DS games that haven’t been updated… that’d be a cause for concern.