I wish there was some Windows program that would keep a short log of recently closed programs that used an icon in the system tray. It’s irritating to pop open the tray icon box and wave my mouse over to whatever I was going to use only for a bunch of icons to disappear, and with my poor memory, not remembering which tray icons should still be there. Anyone know if a program that tracks tray icon usage exists or not?
" "If you let this go, then what’s next? ‘Oh, I want to have a statue of Satan on the cemetery grounds. I want the crucifix upside down. I want the Virgin Mary with a dagger in her womb.’ What’s next?" he told me."
That sounds pretty metal there, dude.
Ugh, why did they give Adol a voice in Memories of Celceta? The whole point of Adol is he’s supposed to be a mute protagonist who explains things with “Adol explained something to the village elder” type things. He really shouldn’t have a voice.
Apparently at some point last night I also sent voice messages to everyone on my PSN friend list saying “JOJOOOOOOO”. From the sound of it, it sounds like I recorded each one individually.
Shit. Woke up to find a folder of apps deleted my phone, and had to restore an old home screen configuration backup and put back missing apps.
I probably deleted the folder half asleep and don’t remember it. This usually happens if I use my phone in bed; you’d think I’d learn. Luckily, no apps themselves seem to have been deleted, so it’s just a matter of recreating shortcuts.
Always remember to have regular backups of your home screen configs, people!
There are a lot more enemies than just Russians in MGS3, and this question really shouldn’t be able to be solved with a simple answer.
This completely misses the point of Metal Gear Solid 3.
The correct answer is “which enemy?”
Well, to be more precise, besides the obvious guy, who really were real villains?