mosc wrote:Endless Mike wrote:The military wrote custom PS3 software and bought a bunch of them for some very specific application.
A modern warfare lan party, duh.
glasnt wrote:GodShapedBullet wrote:glasnt wrote:How can one be persecuted for writing in the 'Do not write in this space' space when there's already writing in the space?
That doesn't really make sense, glasnt.
It's not like if someone is lying on the road with a knife in their back you can't be persecuted for stabbing them.
Yeah, you don't make sense.
I'm saying that there's already writing/text in the space, so it's not like there not already stuff in there. Its like you see people jumping off a bridge but there's a 'no jumping' sign...
yeyui wrote:First: http://tinyurl.com/msudyj
I wanted to include some extra paper for students on a math exam one time. So I added a mostly blank page into the file so I could included it in the stapled packet without freaking the students out that they were missing part of the exam. (I might be more concerned about that then needed. I also usually list the number of pages and number of questions on the front cover.) The message was something like "This page intentionally left blank for your use.". Apparently the taboo against writing on intentionally blank pages is very strong. Not a single student made a single mark on the extra page.
Red Hal wrote:If you can't tick all the boxes then you don't have privilege! Privilege; it's a multiple-input AND gate!