Brackynews's forum posts

#1 Posted by Brackynews (4087 posts) -

Thank you gentlemen.

#2 Posted by Brackynews (4087 posts) -

No personal facebook. No family on facebook. Works out pretty good.

#3 Edited by Brackynews (4087 posts) -

Because you can never have too much Vinny fanservice. #colondee

Let's get this party goin'....

Bombcast3 inspired by "The Ballad of Serenity"

  • Stuff to sell,
  • I need a plan,
  • 'cuz I'm a Small Business Man...
  • Got a deal,
  • to sign up free,
  • if I enter "Bombcast3"...
  • Need a site,
  • need some stamps,
  • at home in my underpants...
  • Lots to do,
  • no time for tea,
  • this wood glue really gets to me...
  • Train my brain,
  • build my site,
  • help me am I doin' rite?...
  • There's no day,
  • I can't carpé,
  • Bombcast helped me find my way....
  • Took their advice,
  • I'm doing swell,
  • Gosh I hope these magnets sell...
  • Burn the ROMs,
  • and boil the bags,
  • Small Business makes riches from rags...
  • if I enter "Bombcast3"....

#4 Posted by Brackynews (4087 posts) -

This is why you need interns.

#5 Posted by Brackynews (4087 posts) -

Yup, remember that one.

#6 Posted by Brackynews (4087 posts) -
@bbalpert said:
  • Something about The Next Big Thing really rubbed me the wrong way. I don't know if it was the writing or the setting or what, but something left a bad taste in my mouth after playing an hour or two.


#7 Edited by Brackynews (4087 posts) -

How do you do a spoiler tag within a spoiler tag?

Probably a spoiler block first?

#8 Posted by Brackynews (4087 posts) -

I have a drawer of memories. And a plan to record it for a blog.

#9 Posted by Brackynews (4087 posts) -

@lucien21 said:

Kickstarter is VERY clear on the fact you are not investing in the companies you are paying for goods. In the case of the OR you were paying for a development kit that presumably everyone got. They had no stake or say in what happens to the company.

On "paper" sure. But it doesn't pass the hearts-and-minds test of what actually seems to be happening by people who are invested. Most website services and software agreements have a clickwrap that says some combination of "we're not liable, and you can't sue us." This neither stops lawsuits from being brought, or being won. And where laws differ, the agreements become irrelevant.

Eventually, Kickstarter may be the one who has to change their facts to match reality.

#10 Edited by Brackynews (4087 posts) -

Also Neighbor of the beast.