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Apple AirPods At Half The Price? My Liberty Air Earbuds Review Hardware and Software Hardware Mobile and Wearables by happygeek ![liberty-air.jpg](/attachments/large/0/326b00e1c51b296338c89aa49bca54c8.jpg) Six months ago [I … better. I took the plunge and grabbed a pair of Liberty Air earbuds, here's how that turned out. **Look and Feel… Buds offer 6 hours playtime (unverified at this stage) the Liberty Air matches AirPods with 5 hours. In fact, over the course… StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Review Community Center by Glass_Joe … roughly translated from the chat sensor. [I]Wing's of Liberty[/I]'s multiplayer is an entirely separate and removed entity… the Protoss to be the most beneficial with defense and air. I'm torn with the general purpose of the Terran…, who I have always mixed between ground and air. It seems to be a well-rounded strategy to complement… Re: StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Review Community Center by JamieLynnSEO This game was definitely worth waiting for. Starcraft has always been one of my favorite games of all time and Wings of Liberty is EPIC. If you like RTS and haven't played it... Play it! U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by Glass_Joe …; said Maj. Gen. Bruce Casella, who commands the Army & Air Force Exchange Service. The game has already been banned at… nearly 300 Army and Air Force base exchange shops. The Navy was quick to follow…, doesn’t impeding on one's right to enjoy life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness make you no better than… Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by diafol … from Iraq. I was set for a career in the Air Force before a late change of heart. I used to… Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by jon.kiparsky … long as he's clear with the laws on open-air fires. Every person has the right to say whatever they… Re: Help with automatic update problem and more Hardware and Software Information Security by natchnatty …trojan 00000000000000000000000000000000 C:\Documents and Settings\Adam\Shared\Battlefield Vietnam Air Lift Map .zip Win32/TrojanDropper.VB.NAI trojan AA166BFB414A775F3F3D9879434A32D9… trojan 00000000000000000000000000000000 C:\Documents and Settings\Adam\Shared\Go-Liberty 1.1.zip Win32/TrojanDropper.VB.NAI trojan AA166BFB414A775F3F3D9879434A32D9 … Re: Rusty the Rooster. Community Center by quintoncoert …gross violation of anti-thrust legislation that we took the liberty of taking a trip to Venus and seeing Mr. Gore… returns to normal breathing. This is because moon based air contains notably less carbon dioxide then regular earth based… air (see appendix A for more details.). Having seen what … Re: StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Review Community Center by manojwali Nice article. I only wish you include a few more more pics to get a better view of the game. Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by kes166 [QUOTE=Ancient Dragon;1330447]Only people who have never served in the military would be shocked at the banning. Such a thing is actually pretty common. I recall one time the Base Commander banned a Cheek and Chong movie because it involved drugs.[/QUOTE] I served in the military for 10 years and was in Iraq. While in Iraq, we had a few game… Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by diafol Cheers VD. BTW - Soccer is for girls. Rugby for men. We don't riot. We just have a drink together after the game. As for shooting - hell, I enjoy blasting cans as much as anyone - just don't like the idea of somebody using my head as a can as I walk down the street. Just joking. Would love to come to the US again - haven't been for over 30 years. … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by VernonDozier >> Perhaps leaders should not be deemed worthy until they are no longer in power so we can judge their performance over the full term of their leadership. I think the whole point of them giving the Nobel Peace Prize to Obama was to get him to accept it, which would then make feel him feel the need to do something to justify the award. … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by diafol Oh, hah hah hah. Haven't seen that one before! Thanks AD. If it's any consolation, there have been a number of questionable awards over the last 20 years. This is just the latest. Perhaps leaders should not be deemed worthy until they are no longer in power so we can judge their performance over the full term of their leadership. Anyway, I'll shut … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by Ancient Dragon [URL="http://www.reuters.com/article/idUKTRE5983AM20091009"]This [/URL]is why Obama got the Peace Prize. Most Americans also wonder why he got it. Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by Ancient Dragon I hope is a reflection of the amount of work and time I have spent helping other people in the C and C++ forums. It doesn't reflect a thing in Community Center because all we get there is either up or down votes without actually affect anyone's rep points. And since this thread is in Geek's Lounge I'm not concerned about affecting anyone's rep … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by jon.kiparsky If that's a purpose of the rep system, I'll bow out. I really don't need a counter of how many people think I've agreed with them or supported their opinion. That seems childish and petty in my book. AD, you've got some massive rep on this site. Does this reflect, do you think, your ability to give good advice and good argument, or is it more a … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by Ancient Dragon >>If you scroll through the posts in this thread you will see that MANY of them have been unnecessarily hit with multiple negatives for no better reason than personal disagreement with opinion. And the problem with that is what? That's one of the reasons rep system exists. >> someone still came along and anonymously down-voted it… Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by Lusiphur [QUOTE=Glass_Joe;1335188]I'm using the negative rep button for what it's intended for[/QUOTE]My statement about the improper use of the reputation feature of this site was note solely directed at yourself. If you scroll through the posts in this thread you will see that MANY of them have been unnecessarily hit with multiple negatives for no … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by Ancient Dragon >>The bottom line is that these soldiers are adults You have obviously never been in the US military :) adults my foot! The majority are 18-25 year olds and often need to be treated as a child. They are far away from home (mommy and daddy), alone, lonely, and have not seen their loved ones for quite some time. Young people like that get … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by Glass_Joe [QUOTE=jon.kiparsky;1334534]If I had to call out one particular line, it would be this one, which is particularly vacuous and worthy of any traditional demagogue: "Aren’t these soldiers fighting for our freedoms and sensibilities, the same ones that constitutional rights uphold and protect? My heart goes out to their valiant souls and their … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by Lusiphur After reading through a few days of rather intense conversation on this matter I figured I'd toss in my 2 cents worth here for any who care to read it. 1) A recurring point that seems to be coming up is whether or not the U.S. Military has the right to ban the sale of a product within establishments that fall within their jurisdiction on their … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by diafol [QUOTE]Maybe if you keep making your anti-American comments and continue to insult our country's beliefs as you join forces with us in the Middle East, you won't look like such an elitist fool.[/QUOTE] @Glass Joe When the hell did I make any anti-American comments? When did I insult your country's beliefs? I made a comment on the inapproprate use… Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by jon.kiparsky [QUOTE=Glass_Joe;1334296]To whom and how does the definition of the word "grandstanding" apply?[/QUOTE] It applies to the implication of travesty in a case which qualifies, at most, as a minor annoyance or an insensitive use of what is for many a deeply personal tragedy for purposes of banal entertainment. As you'll see, it shows up on … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by diafol WRT Rights - I got the impression that the argument had gone on to the right of a soldier to 'purchase' the game on base. I may have stretched that to 'play'. Sorry. If the former is indeed the limit of the situation, I think it's even more ludicrous that people would be making a fuss over such a trivial matter. The Grandstanding, IMO, refers to … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by Glass_Joe [QUOTE=jon.kiparsky;1334189]I still think there may be some obtuse and disingenuous grandstanding here, however.[/QUOTE] To whom and how does the definition of the word "grandstanding" apply? Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by jon.kiparsky AD - reviewing, you're right. I was responding to Ardav's post, but I don't see that anyone has actually claimed a violation of rights has occurred - only that it's a travesty of some kind, type unspecified. I still think there may be some obtuse and disingenuous grandstanding here, however. Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by Ancient Dragon >>That being said, to call this a violation of a right I don't recall anyone saying that in this thread, but if I missed it and they did, then they are dead wrong. A base (or post) commander has every right to not allow something to be sold in the BX/PX, just as WalMart, ToysRUs, Target, or any other company has the right not to sell … Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by diafol @amtote - you can't get the game, you don't get facetiousness either. Audacity - I was being facetious. [B]> What bothers me is for the ones in Iraq and Afghanistan....they are denied the choice....on whether they can play the game or not. They're big boys ....[/B] Does it really bother you? I mean, REALLY bother you? OMG - they are denied the… Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by amtote @Ardav: Audacity is not always a positive attribute. For instance I would say it is really audacious for some officer to bloviate about defending our freedoms while making the decision to deny the people who are fighting for those very freedoms. And that was my point: if one wanted to talk about what is "American" or "UN-American&… Re: U.S. Military Bans Medal of Honor's Sale From Its Bases--Has Censorship Gone Too Far? Community Center by diafol [QUOTE=amtote;1333033]22 year ret vet, still work with active duty. Most vets love these games and it doesn't matter if the base bans the sales, they'll just go off base and get it anyways. But here's the real rub: These officers have the audicity to think they're sending a message to the troops...but the fact is the troops have NO RESPECT for this…