Pure hilarity. I'd buy this even if I didn't want to learn Ruby.
(4) THE FACT-CHECKER-WITH-TOO-MUCH-TIME-ON-HIS-HANDS CRITIQUE. . . . Elliot Perlman . . . was criticized for getting a street address wrong. "It's this kind of sharp, incisive film criticism that's made the Australian film industry what it is today," Perlman says.
Mine, assuming I'll be living there for a loooong time:
I want one. Check out the manufacturer's site for more creepy stuff, like the Visifat "Ultrasonic Subcutaneous Fat Measuring Machine".
For budgetary reasons, the hazards have been reduced to one, the chess pieces. And it's not even a full version... a couple of pieces bounce around and collide with you. Try thinking of this as the video game equvalent of a high school stage production of Harry Potter and it hurts a little less.
This Is Just To Say
I have killed
who was in
your novels . . .
It might be the shortest novel ever, and it might be the only novel without a word. But Hu Wenliang, the author the novel entitled ã€Šã€‚ã€‹, claimed that he spent one year to write a novel with five sections as follows:
Hu is offering to reward those who can understand the hidden story.