Its time again for MILftHoRNC
01.26.00 - Mark
Yep, its time again for More Idiotic Legislation from the Halls of Raleigh, North Carolina.
This time they're trying to remove games from all the windows boxes in the state. Frankly they may as well try to remove internet explorer. Or maybe just the entire system itself.
Noone really plays solitare on the desktop anymore, not when they have a plethra of gaming choises on the internet. Then there are those that bring in their own games, I know one of the history teachers I had while at a North Carolina high school daycare had a well known habit of playing Deer Hunter 5 on his in room confruiter - during class. I can verify that one too. One I saw him playing it and two he brought the computer down to the computer repair class after they upgraded him to windows XP and I was given the task of finding out why Deer Hunter wouldn't load (everyone else was too busy downloading crap from KaZaa) and while he claimed it was a personal system, it was clearly marked as a school computer.
Not that anyone under the employment of North Carolina government really does anything anyways. The DMV is more than proof of that.