Out of interest ...
When would a ,friend of mine, expect to be notified of this potential exposure?
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Groupon allow for order limits to be set by the client (I know this as I've dealt with them) but thier sales staff are pretty unscrupulous at the same time - and on commission ...
I have as much desire to deal with Groupon again as I do sympathy for the predicament that the bakery owner's gotten herself into!
I know it's a different game and genre but ...
I bought Fallout: New Vegas and played until reaching level 20-odds before the bugs and random crashing made the game too frustrating to continue (having to wear a beat up cowboy hat to get through a gate or my xbox crashes is rediculous, all it takes is to forget to put the thing on and down goes your machine).
I sent a complaint in to Bethusda and got no reply, they even released a patch to fix half of the problems but it just didn't fix enough of them, simply put: I'll not buy another Bethusda product and I'm sickened that I have that game sitting there.
Irrespective of who's to blame - the developers, the bean counters, the cultural influences of the gaming community - the fact is that I bought a game that seriousley dissappointed me, which will make me take my money elsewhere in the future.
Perhaps I'll be the exception, not the rule, but perhaps not ...
Oh, and another thing - I got Black ops for xmas and not had any problems with it but I still think Josh Olin's comments are rediculous, what a dick!
Sounds like Miliband is picking the least favourable policy dicisions from the last 10 years and dropping them like lead balloons, but keeping the ones they've found to be more favoured by their target electorate - who knows what he actually thinks?
And another thing,
Why does it take an election (and leader election) for a party to change thier position on policy that was simply not desirable by the majority of the public?
I hate politicians