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In a move that makes him the clear contender for dad of the year a dad in America (Not America but rather a commonwealth country as he spelled honour and rumour correctly and Remembrance Day is a commonwealth day. More thank likely this happened in the UK It’s Canadian, thanks everyone for the updates) has sent a note to school to excuse his daughter from a massively boring Remembrance Day assembly as she’s required at home for something massively important. Skryim.
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Some of the grandest, most controversial men in history have ended their lives with a poignant, biting farewell. Some laugh at death, others laugh at their killers, still others offer a culminating statement of wisdom. These colorful individuals ensured their fateful last words eloquently summarized their existences.
Imagine a circle that contains all of human knowledge: By the time you finish elementary school, you know a little:
4 May 2011, 16:08 We all have days that don’t feel quite right. Maybe you’re bored, sick or lethargic.
As one of the staple features of the iPhone 4S, Apple’s new voice assistant software, Siri, and many of its unusual responses have become a popular topic of discussion. In fact, several websites have been created for the purpose of distributing some the technology’s most amusing and bizarre interactions users have had with the technology. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites and verified them on our own devices to ensure credible LOLs. Open the Pod Bay Doors Someone at Apple must be a Stanley Kubrick fan, because when asked to open the pod bay doors, Siri responds in the same fashion that homicidal supercomputer Hal-9000 did in the 1968 film, 2001: A Space Odyssey, stating "Sorry, [user's name] I'm afraid I can't do that."
From Los Angeles Times: It's not all about you Chances are, others aren't judging you as harshly as you think, if at all.
Love or hate gaming, this Sony advert properly captures the very essence of video games. It’s about the experiences. It’s about the memories. Video games allow a person to, even briefly, become someone else, and enter their life and see a different world. Link, Ghost, and Gordon Freeman all become part of a gamer’s narrative with just as much consequence as Tom Sawyer or The Hardy Boys. Sure, this particular video spot is for Sony and the Playstation 3, but it portrays the vast draw to gaming in general.