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Don't be a drama queen. Just because you "think" something doesn't work doesn't mean it doesn't at all.

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I know it doesn't work with me.

Also, whether it "works" or not is completely orthogonal to whether it is ethical. Reading: it matters.

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Trying to take an unconditioned person and telling them to hold a deep squat like that for hours = injuries all over. They'll lack ankle flexibility and whatnot.

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A person unused to squatting will often have problems holding a squat for 30 seconds, if able to get down into a squat in the first place. I very much doubt that injuries would be a problem simply because the position is nearly impossible to hold for prolonged periods until you've developed the flexibility needed.

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Did you really just type out all this BS?

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This is written by someone who refuses to try to get better at networking...and is completely mistified by what it actually is.

See: http://www.iwillteachyoutoberich.com/blog/video-how-to-use-n...

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"You contact Steam support to ask for a refund. They tell you to forget it, so you contact the publisher."

This has never happened to me. I've always gotten a refund.

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I got a UPS box to get all my personal/business mail. Works well. But I also live in an area where everyone has a car and not like how it is in NYC, so there's that...

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This post is just bitching at Amazon for a problem with USPS in his area. Thanks for the misleading title.

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That's an impossibility here in the South. No amount of fans or windows will combat 100+ degree heat outside.

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Not really considering how my laptop/computers are connected to the internet 24/7...it's not a large leap to have my console be as well.

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It may not happen often where you are but there are plent of places where a 24/7 internet connection isn't guaranteed and personally I'd still like to play my XBox when Comcast decided drop the ball for the 5th time this week :)

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OnLive?

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