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  1. Add me as a friend now now now

  2. So I heard you like profile comments.

  3. Uprising is just a remix of the Doctor Who theme. [yt]2CYDgezeQas[/yt] Go ahead and try to prove me wrong. :P The album should be nice though.
  4. I'm guessing that the ticket number is number of your open support ticket with steam? (Though I dunno how you'd get that before you submitted the ticket :-s ) It also looks like you could just write the steam name under the CD key instead of the ticket number. https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=2347-QDFN-4366#submit - "If retail software is registered to the account, attach a digital photo or scan of the CD Key registered to the account. Write the Steam account username on the quick reference card or CD Key sticker below the code in permanent ink."
  5. Stop being a [rooster]. Plain and simple, you posted telling people to turn off javascript to protect themselves from a firefox vulnerability you couldn't tell them about. No sources, no other information. It's nice that you're trying to warn people, but please don't pretend you're someone special because of it, and then don't get so frelling defensive when people point that out to you.
  6. The least you could do is not be a [rooster] about it and provide some actual detail and sources that don't rest on faith in your own authority. Please get off your high-horse, you can contribute to the community without it. Disabling javascript in it's entirely is overkill. http://voices.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2009/07/stopgap_fix_for_critical_firef.html is a temporary fix for anyone who cares. http://secunia.com/advisories/35798/ is information on the vulnerability.
  7. They do have a website. http://romeo.copyandpaste.info/ (link contains language and stupidity). These mouth-breathers are pretty much against the disclosure of software security exploits; they want to keep all their hacks to themselves and go around looking cool by messing with people's stuff and contributing absolutely nothing to improving security of software. Why they went after imageshack to spread their (stupid) message is beyond me. Most people aren't going to know what they're even talking about because of how esoteric the subject is and how poorly written their "message" is. And to the poster two above, the picture that images were replaced with was http://imgur.com/wCaS0.jpg
  8. It's marketed at netbooks, where linux already has a significant market share and one doesn't need DX. Though as someone who does a bit more on his netbook than just web apps, I don't think it's for me. :|
  9. Can you load either of the following? http://st.deviantart.net/css/v6core.css?-18286094837 http://static.tinypic.com/s/global_v4.2.20.css
  10. You can set multiple websites as your homepage in Firefox by separating them with a |
  11. Recent good ones: The Man From Earth - Absolutely brilliant piece of film. I never thought I would be completely captivated by 90 minutes of people sitting in a room and talking. Role Models - Hilarious movie. Makes me want to go LARPing :P Gattaca - Definitely one of my favorite movies of all time. Plot is stunning, ending is brilliant. I'm tempted to turn it on and watch it again.
  12. Try a program like TreeSize to see where your disk space is going.
  13. Hell, I almost made a positive kdr running around batting heavies as scout :P
  14. http://wiki.python.org/moin/BeginnersGuide The PyGame framework will get you going if you're looking to make games, too.
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