It sucks that it has to be that way but from what Ive seen the customer service is abysmal and the only way to get reasonable results is public outcry.stevewiththegoodhair 2 points submitted 2 months agoSo many times he said “this is so important to us and we’re doing everything we can to make it happen”.Thank you! I thought i was gonna get shit for it lol.I get why he responded that way. And I think it was good for him to come in and answer questions. But the annoying this is, there has been no change for people; its been almost 3 weeks and no answer for anything.Customer service is still frustrating.
Ultimately the sites are different animals. I sincerely hope both flourish. Puca trade is much more of a community and it def good for moving misc cards around. The sand trap is yet another fairway menace. Fickle and changeable, a soft, deep trap on your favorite course one week could morph into a shallow, wet creature after a day of high winds and rain. The lessons you learned maneuvering out of the rough will serve as a starting place for getting out of a sand trap.
The gist of My Life Would Suck Without You, as far as I can tell, is “We’re both complete and total freakshows, and even though our relationship keeps falling apart, we’re so co dependent that the thought of breaking up is about as attractive as gouging out my own eyeballs.”I must be one of the few that loved My December, however I find this new song enjoyable. NOTHING will compare to Since U Been Gone, which is a once in a career single, and Clarkson was lucky to have that.BUT, this will be HUGE, mark my words.Not sure where she says in the intro that she wrote the song herself? I think some people need to listen to the right song before reviwing it.Keep it up Kelly! It’s fun, simple and is probably the best driving song in a while.Disposible pop, yes, but it’s fantastic!FILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting. As it returns in 3D, Eli Glasner examines the experience minute by minute and discovers Cline Dion’s ubiquitous soundtrack, and James Cameron’s risible dialogue, have not improved with age.
This trend sets up a roboticist ultimate challenge: to be the first person to build a robot that is indistinguishably human to other humans. It is a challenge that Hiroshi Ishiguro, one of the world leading humanoid roboticists, believes he will one day meet. Some of his humanoid robots already interact with people, and some robot designers treat them as if they were human.