Don't forget Ground Zeroes' teaser tagline: From "FOX", two phantoms were born. One could refer to Ground Zeroes as the 1st Phantom (being stealthily in development for a long time, or the protagonist being a shadow/silent opretive), and the 2nd Phantoms being The Phantom Pain
One of the problems with sexism is how one change the situation. Should men be treating women like how men are suppose to act towards other women, towards other men, how women act towards other women or as women act towards other men. In nature, only very few species are a-sexual, which make it problematic to act towards the other sex as "equal" in the fullest meaning of the word. To be completely "equal" is to be completely "sexless" or "a-sexual" which isn't biologically feasible. The subject is must more complex than simple "behave better towards the women of the industry"
Recently, it occurred to me that we use customer service for nearly everything in our modern life. Be it for "long distance" service (via phone or online) or "close proximity" service (store clerks, bank tellers, waiters) and I wanted to know what were some of best your experiences with customer services, and what were some of your worst.
For me, a good service I got recently was that I was wrongly charged for a phone line I didn't requested, nor a technician came to my house to install said phone line. It went on for nearly a year and a half when I noticed it in the bills, so I contacted said company's Customer Service in order to cancel the unjust monthly fee of the phone line (roughly $20.77 every month) and the representative said that I would be also refunded in full, without me even asking for a refund (of course I didn't refused the offer)
For the last 4-or-so years, I wanted (and needed) to upgrade my machine and I feel that I can't hold it off for much longer. Currently I'm eyeing Intel's i7 Core and nVidia's GeForce 650 and higher. Can you recommend a good Sound Card, Motherboard and any other components I might need, and any good retailers/outlets that offer the items at good price and have a worldwide shipping abilities (I heard that Newegg and Amazon are quite good choices).
I have a questions for those living in the US: How much have the price effected you over the years? How much of your income do spend on gas each month, and have you considered moving somewhere else in the country where it's easier to get around without a car?
Usually, in those situations, that solution is just replacing one problem with another. Being at a heavily industrialized society, living close enough to get around without a car usually means living in a middle of a city (Downtown and the likes) and then you'll get noise pollution, air pollution, and more In-Your-Face kind of environment. That can be quite stressful for some