Skip to comments.Sex Game For Microsoft's Kinect Garnering Criticism
Posted on 12/25/2010 11:24:59 AM PST by zeestephen
Microsoft's new gaming system Kinect is getting a little kinky.....Experts say a new 3D sex game is going to be huge in the world of interactive gaming.....
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This is nothing. Just wait till someone invents a real holodeck
Who are they gonna hire to clean the holodeck?
Really really really close obama supporters...
(Who else has the skill set?)
“Who are they gonna hire to clean the holodeck?”
From the article: “”It’s something they’d probably rather not see,” said Jim Lovelace.”
Lovelace - LOVELACE! We found out that Linda Lovelace’s brother does for a living.
Since SIS is suffering the slings and droops of outraged fortune, Jim will send a SEIU crew from Sis’s cleaning company.
This is probably very popular with those who’ve never had the real thing...
We opened ours last night and started playing some of the games on Kinect.
Oh are my arms and legs SORE!!!!!
Not a gaming system for couch potatoes.
We got one for my son, but he has already given up and gone back to his war game. He actually slipped and fell on his ass playing soccer I told his dad maybe we should buy cleats! Personally, I’d like to get the Zumba application.
SIS is dead dude.
I know - since when did that make any difference to either the porn industry or SEIU?
(Casting 'Apple' of discord this Christmas season).
...oh, and Merry Christmas!
Where's the joystick? Or do you use a mouse ball?
Gives new meaning to phrases such as "sticky bit," "core dump,", "head crash," and "peer to peer."
Is this hardware or software?
How much RAM does it take?
Do you insert the game into the USB port?
...can you really play the game with only one hand?
Rimmer: You took your time. Where’ve you been?
Lister: I was in the AR machine.
Lister: What do you mean again?
Rimmer: Everybody knows you only use the AR machine to have sex.
Lister: That is not true.
Rimmer: Yes, true! It’s pathetic watching you grind away on your own! Day after day after day, you’re like a dog that’s missing it’s master’s leg! That groinal attachment’s supposed to have a lifetime’s guarantee. You’ve worn it out nearly three weeks.
Lister: That’s an outrageous, scandalous piece of libel. I don’t just play the roleplay games. What about the sporting simulations like Zero-Gee kickboxing or Wimbledon?
Rimmer: You only play Wimbledon because you’re having it off with that jailbait ball girl.
Lister: That is another total lie! She’s not jailbait, she’s 17.
Rimmer: Lister, she’s just a computer sprite. Surely that’s the point. She’s just a load of pixels.
Lister: Yeah, but what pixels!
Pardon me, do you have any grey poupon?
The same people they hire to clean the “jack shack” floor.
Not the experience I had this Christmas. I bought each of my kids an iPod. The account set-up experience for iTunes was *badly* messed up, necessitating two calls to Apple support.
For the first call, they told me the account had been locked for 24 hours (because I tried to create an account for my son, who is one month shy of the 13 year cut off). The Apple rep told me there was nothing I could do but wait for 24 hours! I ended up getting around the issue by creating the account on another computer (no thanks to Apple).
For the second call, the problem was that their email account verification process was backlogged. Several hours later, the emails showed up, and we were back in business - again no thanks to Apple support.
Then to top it all off, my younger son’s iPod just stopped working. Dead as a doornail. We have to take it to the “Genius Bar” tomorrow morning to get it replaced.
Meanwhile, the Kinect system just worked - not a single issue, no calls to support. It’s awesome.
So screw Apple, they aren’t any better than anyone else, IMHO - just more expensive.
I ran into that problem last year. That's the solution that I had to use, as well. I'd have been happy to set up the account with my name/birthday, if they had highlighted that issue on the front end.
Then to top it all off, my younger sons iPod just stopped working. Dead as a doornail.
Try going online and googling how to do a reset. It varies by model. But it's part of the Apple myth that you don't get a BSOD, so they have to hide the cure.
Finally, as you'll probably discover, they can be pass code locked. The kids, of course, don't know the pass code, and it's not anywhere you can find it. Just plug the ipod into the computer you used for the initial set up, and it will unlock. (But you can NEVER get rid of the computer you used for the original set up, or when it locks, you'll have a major problem. I think you can take it to an Apple store and they'll basically reformat the memory, deleting anything on the device.
And wait until you want to delete something from the Ipod - apparently fairly easy with an apple computer, but almost impossible to figure out with another machine.
Anyone who says that Apple products are user friendly either never has used one, or isn't smart enough to cry out that the Emperor has no clothes.
Good luck, and best wishes.