Apr 4th 2008 8:17AM Thanks for reading, Vendrill, sorry to disappoint. Hopefully next week's column will be more to your taste. More Theoretical Engineering to follow!
Apr 3rd 2008 6:08PM Thanks for your comment, Lundraxx. I try to write "in character" for this column. An Engineering instructor would naturally hype his own profession over others', even in the face of obvious superiority. I hope you'll forgive me a little poetic license?
Mar 13th 2008 4:28PM I feel quite educated by this information. Thanks gang! That's what I get for going on memory.
Mar 13th 2008 4:13PM Thanks Kryptonis, but give me some credit? The rest of the sentence you partially quoted says "though if you've mastered the art of flying you'll likely find you need somewhat fewer than that to be effective."
Mar 10th 2008 9:59AM Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant, thanks David for a great post. All of my favorite pet peeves, catalogued.
Mar 7th 2008 12:00PM I wouldn't mind in game advertising, but I would do as I do for any advertising I dislike: contact the company advertising and let them know, in writing, that I will not be purchasing any of their products, and why.
Mar 7th 2008 8:10AM Misfire on the [Proofreadobotanominatron - 310] sadly, there, Wired. Thanks for the catch. Ironically, it was the Gear of the Will that got left out. Perhaps for some dark purpose unknowable by man or bull?
Mar 6th 2008 4:33PM It is indeed, Bart. That's under the effects of the Ultrasafe Transporter to Toshley's Station. I thought the Mechanical Chicken was a nice touch, don't you?
Here's the full version:
Mar 6th 2008 3:35PM I know it's a deviation from norm, Slayblaze, but thanks for reading it. I'm not sure who wasted your time there, exactly, but I'll be back on form next week.
I like to mix things up from time to time, provided the Powers What Is are willing to post it. Can't please everyone, but thanks for reading even though it wasn't to your taste. Stay tuned?
Feb 28th 2008 3:21PM That was worded poorly, Matthew, thanks. I only referred to "standing too close" to cover "body pulling." You're right, standing in range doesn't cause threat to accumulate, but it does give them a reason to attack you.