[QUOTE="JML897"]In this case that traumatic event was gamespot changing their forumsJandurinLOL McJugga hacked Jand's account.
Kill it with fire.
Dude wtf did you guys do to make jedi angry? He's banned now... I swear I just read his blog like an hour or so ago. Oh well.MistressMinakoCan anyone get in contact with his real family?
[QUOTE="UltraZero"][QUOTE="jediknight52501"]me important, like i really care, i don't want to be a Ranger, i got better things to worry about, i am getting married this year.jediknight52501That fatass b!tch you've been with for 3 years?wrong choice of words Ultra. wrong thing to say. what makes you think you are better then everyone else? were you treated poorly by your parents? did you not get the right kind of education? why all the hate, what did i ever do to you? what makes you all high and mighty? you are no better then everyone else. you are just a poor excuse for a human being and i don't feel sorry for you at all. you have all these negative thoughts and you just cry out for attention. you love attention. you thrive on it. it makes you happy that you think you are better then everyone else and you are not better then anyone. so just do yourself a favor and just go away already. you think your words hurt me. you are one immature little kid with a grudge that all the attention should be on you, get a life already. oh and call my girlfriend fat? what mature is that? not mature at all. you just think your life is better then mine and it's not. so think about all this and go on with your life kid. Don't get yourself banned over this guy, Jedi.
Greg Sandoval, a longtime reporter for the technology news site CNET, has resigned in protest days after CNET's parent company, CBS, reportedly banned CNET from reviewing DISH's Hopper DVR service. CBS's lawyers believe that Hopper's commercial-skipping feature infringes the copyrights of broadcasters like CBS.
"Sad to report that I've resigned from CNET," Sandoval wrote on Twitter on Monday morning. "I no longer have confidence that CBS is committed to editorial independence."
DISH introduced a new version of the Hopper at CES last week, and CNET gave ita glowing review. CNET even announced that DISH was being considered for CNET's "Best of CES" award.
But according to CNN, the corporate office then "laid down a ban: CNET won't be allowed to even review Dish products, much less give them awards." A notice at the bottom of CNET's Hopper review now states that "the Dish Hopper with Sling was removed from consideration for the Best of CES 2013 awards due to active litigation involving our parent company CBS Corp. We will no longer be reviewing products manufactured by companies with which we are in litigation with respect to such product."
"We are saddened that CNet's staff is being denied its editorial independence because of CBS's heavy-handed tactics," DISH CEO Joe Clayton said in a written statement quoted by CNN on Friday.
According to Sandoval, "CNET wasn't honest about what occurred regarding Dish." That, he said, "is unacceptable to me. We are supposed to be truth tellers."
Sandoval says that "no one in News or Reviews editorial did anything wrong. I believe CNET's leaders are also honest but used poor judgment."
"CBS and CNET were great to me," he concluded."I just want to be known as an honest reporter."
Correction: The original version of this story suggested that CBS had banned all coverage of DISH products. The ban only applied to reviews, not news coverage.
Props to Sandovalfor taking a stand like that. Perhaps the bad press associated with his resignation will force CBS to amend this policy. There are bound to be many conflicts of interest with a parent company as big as CBS.
rofl, that avatar.
Well it's true.
[QUOTE="mindstorm"] Ultimately, yes. However, simply being responsible with regard to sex was what I was going for. :Pmindstorm
Use your keyboard!
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