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MAME Ported To the Dingoo A320

Slimee Re:is that so (44 comments)

Sure it is! the ability to play a small number of old console games on one program is a totally new idea in uncharted waters. I just squeal with delight whenever I go over to my friends house to play us some super mario brothers on his computer! There's never been a way to do it before...right?!

more than 5 years ago
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MAME Ported To the Dingoo A320

Slimee Re:is that so (44 comments)

The Dingoo A320 ate my baby! Wonder if my warranty covers something like that...

more than 5 years ago
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Pickens Plans On Wind Power

Slimee Good to see (587 comments)

Good to see someone up top speaking out for a change. I don't understand why more dont follow suit.... If you're a rich billionaire oil tycoon, you could invest in windpower and become a rich billionaire wind tycoon...There's no need to be so hell bent on oil

more than 6 years ago

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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Predicts Current Conflict

Slimee Slimee writes  |  more than 6 years ago

Slimee (1246598) writes "It would appear that Tom Clancy saw it all coming 7 years ago. "The year is 2008, and the world teeters on the brink of war," begins the voice over in the game. "Radical ultranationalists have seized power in Moscow — their goal, the reestablishment of the old Soviet empire. Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan — one by one the nearby independent republics slip back into the Russian orbit. Russian tanks sit in the Caucasus Mountains and the Baltic forests, poised to strike to the south and east." In the game, Russia is also aiding rebel factions in Georgia, as it has bankrolled and armed South Ossetian forces in real life. The similarities between game and real life are truly eerie. The real question is, has Russia been plotting their takeover by playing Tom Clancy games?"

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Advice on response to the RIAA?

Slimee Slimee writes  |  more than 6 years ago So, I live in Eastern Pennsylvania, and work at Princeton University. I recently received a letter notifying me that the RIAA caught me downloading music. the letter doesn't say what I downloaded, but says I'll get a settlement letter soon. My question is, is there any chance fighting this; without paying top dollar for an attorney? I know some states have universities with law schools helping students fight the RIAA, is there anyway of finding out if there's school's like that in my area? What are my risks fighting the case? Between fighting and settling, what would be the best options, providing money's tight to begin with?

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