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Posted by Diane (guest) on Sat 19 Jan 2013 14:09:44 GMT
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Posted by Fati (guest) on Sat 19 Jan 2013 12:04:52 GMT
Quote | Cloggy posted on Aug 30 2011 12:17 PM UTCI saw a list of AR and they were caslsed as this:automaticsemi-auto3 shot burstQuestion: what are the single shot AR called then ? The "single shot" ARs are Semi-auto. That term refers to a weapon system that uses the energy of the firing of the bullet to eject the spent casing and put a new round in the chamber. In that it requires a pull of the trigger to do so each time, it is "semi-automatic" as opposed to fully automatic weapons which will repeat this process until the trigger is released. Hope that answers your question.
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Posted by Rogelio (guest) on Thu 17 Jan 2013 20:11:33 GMT
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Posted by Simonna (guest) on Thu 17 Jan 2013 14:16:25 GMT
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Just cause it's simple doesn't mean it's not super hlpeful.
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Posted by Gregori (guest) on Thu 17 Jan 2013 12:33:22 GMT
Exactly, games like COD which try to be realistic are aywals crap because the physics engine goes out of date in a year, does elevating on COD look realistic?Halo 3 can get away with this by being a sci-fi game, also gameplay is generally better and more enjoyable.
Posted by Eider (guest) on Thu 17 Jan 2013 11:04:23 GMT
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Posted by Diego (guest) on Thu 17 Jan 2013 05:43:21 GMT
Mary Beth does look wonderful. I'm glad to hear that she's ennyoijg doing the play. I would love to have her and Stephen invovled in a play together at some point. That would be so neat. And I would love to see her back on television at some point soon as well.
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Quote | Joeski posted on Aug 25 2011 06:44 PM UTC I agee with conainffil, as you're more than aware when you made the game, the whole idea of a persistent world means that every minute we spend active in the game means things will be lost if we abandon to a new server. While it's your game and I don't want to tell you how to make it, just about every multiserver mmo I have ever played has offered at least a one off server transfer for an account. If you can't offer that at the present time that's more than understandable, afterall, you weren't expecting the interest you had wit hthe steam launch, and I don't blame you for that., I think getting a new server up so soon after the steam launch is a great achievment and it's great to hear you're keeping the momentum going. Just think it might be something to consider in the future. For those of you who are not aware we had a second server up until a month or two ago, it was actually the original Exeter server. The current server was called Jehrico. They...
Quote | Joeski posted on Aug 25 2011 06:44 PM UTC I agee with conainffil, as you're more than aware when you made the game, the whole idea of a persistent world means that every minute we spend active in the game means things will be lost if we abandon to a new server. While it's your game and I don't want to tell you how to make it, just about every multiserver mmo I have ever played has offered at least a one off server transfer for an account. If you can't offer that at the present time that's more than understandable, afterall, you weren't expecting the interest you had wit hthe steam launch, and I don't blame you for that., I think getting a new server up so soon after the steam launch is a great achievment and it's great to hear you're keeping the momentum going. Just think it might be something to consider in the future. For those of you who are not aware we had a second server up until a month or two ago, it was actually the original Exeter server. The current server was called Jehrico. They took one server down as the population up until a few days ago did not warrant having additional servers. I agree with some of the frustration but it is really nothing to be that angry about. I've belonged to a number of mmo's, some glitchier than others, but i've found this game to be very good and they do fix things, maybe not as quickly as our self-entitled, rat-race society demands, but fixed nonetheless.
Posted by Gus (guest) on Wed 16 Jan 2013 22:03:45 GMT
How could any of this be better stated? It cloudn't.
Posted by Moataz (guest) on Wed 16 Jan 2013 18:52:43 GMT
Thank you for the popup book idea. My grandson is 7 and would enjoy this as a pcjoert and tohave. I will also send the idea along to his first grade teacher. I would like more info on this subject? Dennis Walker
Posted by Remilekun (guest) on Fri 19 Oct 2012 07:34:45 BST
I came to your site after seeing your wofndreul fill in for Wapsi Square. I want to thank you for taking the time to draw such a great picture for us. I like your stuff and will check in regularly. Take care and have a happy holiday.
Posted by Dumitrescu (guest) on Fri 19 Oct 2012 02:17:02 BST
oh sharaya this was so sweet! i aculltay knew quite a few of those about you of course i did just have dinner with you last night:)loved learning all the others though. funny because i've aculltay been working on a list just like this of a 100 things about me for my 100th post on my blog it's not easy! thanks for sharing and i know God has some amazing things planned for you and kyle:)
Posted by Vitali (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 08:42:15 BST
To me, Dick is the postmodern Faulkner. "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep" brnigs us to the edge of what it means to be, and does it in a manner that's meaningful for a generation that interacts with computers every day.Although his exploration of being is topical and often pessimistic, It's amazing to me that Dick hasn't yet been included in the canon to at least the degree that William Goldberg was... but then William Goldberg wrote much more acceptable prose.Dick explores the nature of being in a very self-reflexive and oh-so-postmodern way. In a Phillip K. Dick World, being human is much more about the cognitive idea of being than about the emotive aspect of being human. Sometimes I wish that emotive exploration of being was there, but then it wouldn't be very postmodern, would it. Anyway, my $0.02 on it.
Posted by Nana (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 08:30:09 BST
Geez, that's ubneilevable. Kudos and such.
Posted by Artie (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 07:53:40 BST
Forget the sour grapes whinnig Sony fans are posting their grievances. This game? soooo much fun. It 's like Halo Halo fans want to experience it. Beautiful, fun and perfect location. After playing all night and play again and again. So many ways to approach each level. multiplayer options that you've ever seen anything blow away. Worth the wait, worth every pennny. A + + + game.
Posted by Majid (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 07:44:08 BST
If it's a wired system, then yes they have to go thuorgh/behind the walls/floors/etc. It's much easier for them to do this if you have unfinished space (eg attic or unfinished basement). Most will sell you wireless systems as well, which of course is easier to install. ADT is one of the top name brand companies, but their prices reflect that. Lower priced local companies can provide the same or similar service at a much lower price.
Posted by Atif (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 07:29:50 BST
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Posted by Awal (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 06:58:28 BST
Funny! I pulled a pitucre out a while back, from when #1 was little. The pitucre was of him hitting the keys on what IBM called their portable computer back in the mid-80 s. At that time, I worked in computer sales and had the Portable home on loan. It was so big it would not even be considered carry-on luggage these days. It might actually be over the 50 pound weight limit also but of that I am not certain. Who would have thought of a netbook now that is so small?But what caught me was the dancing in your post. I love to dance. I did a little moving last night as I went out to hear a co-worker's band play but not real dancing. I went out earlier in the month but didn't dance then either but wish I had. I will have to get on the dance floor one other than my bedroom or living room soon. Last time I was it was July and that is too long ago.
Posted by Sele (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 06:11:39 BST
</a>I was an original TPB reaedr myself so I remember Ninja Turtles as the first kid friendly' adaptation of something. There was this and The Real Ghostbusters, actually I think the Ghostbusters was the first then.I think there was a slight pang of disappointment or confusion over the change but then I was the exact right age to love the cartoon and did. But I can certainly see your point, the first movie felt like a slight return to the original tone, but certainly not with the scifi aspect of the comic books.Even the comic books were a finite thing, as soon as they crossed over with Cerebus the Aardvark I kind of lost focus there (art was really good though I think that was the third book as I don't recall the fourth).The 2007 film version was quite good and certainly captured more of the tone.There, I made up for you, call me loquacious Lee. Reply</a>
Posted by Abhishek (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 06:03:26 BST
Debby Jackson - I love the 2nd one on the top row! Your smiles show your hnasipeps! I think that one is my fav! I love them all!! The comment your Dad made about Colin holding your hand was so touching! What a great Dad! The pics with the dogs are good too and I love the one with the Jerseys where you are sitting together! It's so hard to chose, they are all so good!!
Posted by Devendra (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 05:55:05 BST
An intelligent point of view, well exrepssed! Thanks!
Posted by Souleha (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 05:45:19 BST
lara - Thank you Vatche for a fun e-session! Thanks for the beautiful shots and ideas! This e-session put us more at ease and also we got a slihgt preview of what to expect for the big day! Can't wait to see all of the pics taken! Also can't wait for the wedding!!
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Posted by Celi (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 04:54:52 BST
This post is a reminder for us not to limit our seelvs by what has been done or what hasn’t been done. There exists the posadsiadbiladity that whatadever you think can take a physadiadcal form. You just have to believe and take action to make that posadsiadbiladity, possible.This is where imagadiadnaadtion and curiosadity play a role. My daughadter made an obseradvaadtion the other day: chiladdren are not as curiadous as they use to be and their imagadiadnaadtion is not as active as before.Too much exteradnal stimaduli and not enough of the interadnal. Of course, this is a genaderadaladized stateadment, it goes withadout sayading, there are chiladdren who do not fall into this catadeadgory.Adalia JOhn recently posted..
Posted by Assis (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 04:49:27 BST
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Posted by Ixi (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 04:33:48 BST
Yianni, you are amazing! You made us feel so coomfrtable during the most important day of our lives! You have captured these moments in such a special way. Thank you so much
Posted by Tunay (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 04:28:24 BST
maroush soukiassian - Hey I filnaly managed to get in to see these special modern photos of our Beautiful Bride to be and Gorgeous Groom to be! Loved it even more that they were around McGill University! Enjoy and looking forward to the big day. Love you both xoxoxo
Posted by Tiyiselani (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 04:08:07 BST
/ I would say great idea! But the one I've got on here took several hours to scan and setup the flpoiobk. If you want to do that for 5 other yearbooks go right ahead. Maybe in yhe next few years I'll start adding them. It would be cool to see the progression of everyones maturity over the years.
Posted by Dedi (guest) on Wed 08 Aug 2012 04:00:42 BST
Byt to klasicka fotka, je to na panzoevou, povesit si neco takoveho na stenu. I kdyz uznavam, ze jsou lide, kterym se tohle muze libit (mam na mysli klasicke fotky).Ale netusim, co sexualniho/vzrusujiciho/provokujiciho/perverzniho (dosadte si co chcete) mam videt na "RTG snimku" ?Ja bych si to na zed klidne povesila, je to zajimave nejen z anatomickeho hlediska, ale i napadem a provedenim. Kdyz uz nic jineho, tak ve srovnani tohoto konkretniho obrazku s pani z clanku o Mikulasovi, ktera sedi na zemi ve stribrnych kozackach a nohama dosiroka tak, ze by se ji mezi kolena veslo ne jedno, ale rovnou dve violoncella, je to troufam si rict i vkusne.Ledbed, neledbed: 1 0
Posted by James (guest) on Mon 06 Aug 2012 13:16:51 BST
Aren't you just proud little caerpms!!! How does it feel to silence what does not agree with your own opinions and staunch the flow of information to be debated, as is the true custom of this Nation.Where you guys from? Are you trying to re-create this nation in the IMAGE of wherever you came from???How about the silent majority shut down your efforts, and demand truth in your reporting.You do not say these advertisers, that number 300, have ever adavertised on Beck, nor if the reason is there Hate of informational shows, or any of the numerous reasons for a decision not to advertise ..I'm afraid it is you and your supporting people, who hope to mis-lead and mis-inform to elevate yourselves or your message Either way, it is anti-american to try to silence what does not suit you Seems none of you are big enough to grasp that freedom of speech is not JUST FOR YOU AND WHAT YOU WANT OTHERS TO AGREE WITH . DUH?????
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Posted by Laurita (guest) on Mon 06 Aug 2012 12:57:46 BST
As a parent of a spcaiel needs child myself and he is spcaiel I can only say thanks a lot Amanda for giving the oxygen of publicity to this initiative and also, of course, well done to Special Pebbles for setting it up in the first place.
Posted by Sreenu (guest) on Mon 06 Aug 2012 12:15:26 BST
This is the third year Maya has entered our Halloween cnesott, and it is so great to watch her grow through various Halloween get-ups! I particularly love the costume this year. So smart, simple and classy!
Posted by Tanuja (guest) on Mon 06 Aug 2012 09:28:04 BST
Those are breathtaking! The one in the edge of the water WOW! And I love that she has a bnaadid on her heel. Also, my favorite part of the shot where they're in the grass is the little bit of dirt on his foot. Classic! Perfect details.
Posted by Adrian (guest) on Mon 06 Aug 2012 09:23:20 BST
LOVE the chicken coop. well thugoht out and well built for the budget. my roof is finished. beautiful cedar. builder sucked. looked for you at waveny for advice but sure you must b in montana. my chickens are living in the dining room, three weeks, lots of feathers, very friendly. handled every day by me and jake who still believes he should round them up using his mouth. hes very gentle with them and knows they are part of our eclectic pack. chicken coop on hold due to illness. hope to feel better, get the floor done, and move them in SOOOOOON!fran
Posted by Kathy (guest) on Mon 06 Aug 2012 09:17:59 BST
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Posted by Temesgen (guest) on Mon 06 Aug 2012 05:16:57 BST
>The first character is alomst exactly like most of my mornings, including this one. Snoozing alarms is done by flipping over my mobile. And then when I do turn to read, I am usually using the Nokia N97 in its keyboard-out mode so that I can share Google Reader items immediately.The last scene, where the information is shared back to the initial sharer, that seems very similar to an idea I once posted at the Symbian Ideas site where the BumpAPI would be integrated within the platform. Guessing though that we'd be talking something a bit more reaching, so possibly the devices simply need to touch or be screen-near each other for sharing to happen.The idea of sharing a mashup is interesting though. That stroke my imagination a good bit. Makes me think of another way to use the content and web server on my mobile.Thanks for the inspiration as always.
Posted by Nina (guest) on Mon 06 Aug 2012 03:10:36 BST
Stephen Reynolds - Wow!!!! Cathy and Ray are friends of mine, and I know how exeitcd she was in anticipation of this photo shoot with you; these pictures are INCREDIBLE! I love love love love love them. I totally understand why they wanted to book you for their wedding. I am blown away by these pictures. Wow!!!!
Posted by Anna (guest) on Mon 06 Aug 2012 01:51:09 BST
Hi Barb!I blogged about that same South Park TV show last year!Wasn't it binilralt! They have the actually video online, I included the youtube hooks in my post .South Park seems to push the envelope with some of their cartoon scenes with over the top porn and gross scenes, so I wasn't sure how it would be received, but nobody blasted me Even the episode that I linked to starts out with a suicide But it was still worth including even with the negative pieces in it.Thanks for post about it too, now I don't feel so alone on my viewpoint that South Park has some great takes on things!I feel much better knowing that you too feel that it was a great piece that they did too!Money Reasons recently posted..
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Posted by Samir (guest) on Sun 05 Aug 2012 23:37:26 BST
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Posted by Andrin (guest) on Sun 05 Aug 2012 22:36:47 BST
saw something smliiar on SI Ferry last year.a0 White guy calls asian Bruce Lee .a0 Asian dude (1/2 foot shorter than white guy) puts down his pretzel and proceeds to land 3 punch combo, leaving white guy on the ground holding his nose and the black ppl on the boat screaming Oh Shit! a0 Why would you pick a fight w/ Bruce Lee?
Posted by Jared (guest) on Sun 05 Aug 2012 21:35:27 BST
I have know this family for more then 20 years,seen this young girl turn into a beiufatul women inside and out Your pictures Beau have captured that special beauty that Katie has and it come through in every photo. Great Great WORK!!
Posted by Rey (guest) on Sun 05 Aug 2012 21:11:01 BST
Ante quien corresponda:Soy euntdiaste de Comunicacif3n y Turismo de la UNC y si es posible, quisiera poder contactarme veda email con alguno de los periodistas que integran este medio para hacerle algunas consultas relacionadas con la profesif3n. Muchas gracias. Saludos cordiales. a1Feliz Deda! Pao
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Smart thininkg - a clever way of looking at it.
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