What's really fun is paying attention to O'Brien's rank. He alternates between being an officer and a non-com.
My theory is that there's two of them. Twins. One went to the academy, and one joined starfleet as an enlisted man.
Both served on Enterprise but never acknowledged each-other.
I wonder if the officer O'Brien is irritated that his non-com brother got such a prestigious posting on DS9.
Also shout out to the dude who said his main hobby was philosophy. I told him I had not read much and asked him for recommendations, and he told me to "check out stuff like this" and linked the wikipedia page for "Philosophy"
It's really weird to see PR for a 'Fallout' game and think "Meh. Not for me."
heck yeah I went through a goth phase
i spent three years as a stark blasted tree hovering over a moor, and let me tell you: many a woman in a sheer nightgown fled past me, in the shadow of the foreboding mansion that hovered over the landscape and held its dark secrets close
The thing is, like all analog formats, quality is all about how much you paid for your player. So we're all remembering the players teenagers could afford.
This is why people from my dad's generation laugh at the vinyl comeback. If your experience with vinyl was the kind of record player teenagers owned in the 60s you'd think the vinyl comeback was dumb as bricks.
See also: VHS can look about as good as a DVD, but not on my family's $25 vcr.
Sure, but there are only two usable portable music formats :
* Compact Cassette
* Digital Files
And then a whole pile of formats that technically portable but are really unusable so they don't count :
*About a zillion Sony proprietary formats that never caught on.
*Those dolls where you pull a string and a tiny plastic record plays a three seconds audio clip.
I wish web designers would stop making "State" a drop-down field.
Standard abbreviations are TWO LETTERS.
Do all web designers live in Alabama?
(If they insist on being clever about validation, why are they even asking for my state? They've already asked for my zip code!)
@Taweret It's pretty well established that next-gen era universal translators somehow work both ways.
When they arrive at an uncontacted planet, they can speak the local's language.
(Perhaps via the same magic that allows the communicators to put through a call before you explain who it's going to.)
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