The game must have been based on an earlier draft of the script.
"In the hallways [at Apple] and while we were talking about the keyboard, you would always hear the words ‘Eat Up Martha,’" Ganatra recalls. "If you heard people talking and they used the words ‘Eat Up Martha,’ it was basically a reference to the fact that we needed to nail the keyboard. We needed to make sure the text input works on this thing, otherwise, ‘Here comes the Eat Up Marthas.’
One crucial advantage the Bigfoot hunters in the game have over their real-world counterparts is that they’re able to communicate with the game’s creators.
|—||According to the New Yorker, people who play Grand Theft Auto also enjoy debating the existence of Bigfoot, and whether Bigfoot lives inside of their videogame. (via twiststreet)|
if i was a teacher i’d play this everytime a student was right
Indeed, the Dublin incident is the very opposite of a world first, since quite a few tapir attacks are already on record. The most notorious happened at Oklahoma Zoo in 1998 when Melody, a female Malayan tapir Tapirus indicus (or should that be Acrocodia indicus*) bit a keeper’s arm clean off, and also caused facial injuries and a punctured lung. The keeper’s arm was severed at mid-biceps which might give you some idea of how dangerous and powerful a tapir’s bite can be, this being the thickest and (presumably) most difficult part of an arm to bite through.
German Super Mario World guide.
A fast-food restaurant in Manitoba has backtracked on its offer to make customers a burger fit for Fred Flintstone.
I have no idea what this is or why it happened here. I’m now seeing my local Wendy’s restaurant on Gawker, and there’s a possibility I’m in there at the time the photo was taken and I’m being looked at by Internet people and NO GET AWAY ALL OF YOU GET AWAY!