Brian Preston likes it.
By the way, the desktop theme switcher link doesn’t work in Android: the domain name is missing from the link.
It’s missing in Opera as well.
As it turns out, in Windows too.
It comes out in the form http:///?p=48215&wpmp_switcher=mobile,
but it should of course be http://transterrestrial.com/?p=48215&wpmp_switcher=mobile
(only it should say desktop instead of mobile, as I was on a desktop browser composing this comment.) If you fix the link and put it in the address bar, it seems to work, although I dont’ know how long it lasts.
Rand, I see from a view source you’re using some kind of caching plugin. I don’t know enough about them, but it seems reasonable that if you’re being visited both by mobile and desktop browsers, and the cache plugin isn’t smart enough to deal with that, that might conceivably be the problem. But you should fix the link too.
I don’t know how to fix the link without going in and debugging the PHP, which I don’t have time to do. It’s automatically generated.
The new Lara Croft game does look interesting. I’ve been playing Uncharted 3 and it’s really like you’re in a movie. All the creative minds in the past that went into movie production are finding their way into video game production. There really are some highly entertaining games coming out more and more often nowadays. I finished Far Cry 3 not long ago and it was terrific fun. It too has a bow with a sight that you can upgrade to a master scope. It’s interesting because the scope not only functions as an aiming reticle but it’s also a functional range finder. I earned my marksmen medal hitting a man-sized target at 80 meters.
I just finished the main quest on Fry Cry 3
Uncharted 3 was like watching one big cut scene-there wasn’t much game there. My son and I played for a few hours, got terribly bored, and sold it. Real disappointment, considering how much we enjoyed the ufirst two. The new Dead Space, which we’re playing now, is doing a much better job of straddling the movie/game line so far.
Yeah it did start off a little slow. Not many people liked the whiney kid voice of the main character. Once you get into actually saving your friends it starts to get interesting. And the missions after you steal the enemies uniform to blend in gets fun too.
Still playing Oblivion. I prefer role-playing over shooters.
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