Let's put it in terms of money
Chrome, FireFox, Opera: $50
Current IE: $5
Older versions of IE: $1
IE6: Owes you $50
So, it's not "bad" and it's not nearly as bad as it used to be, but there are better alternatives. It may no longer be a cancer, but it's merely upgraded to placebo.
While it has the same essential meaning, I always thought OP meant "original poster" not "opening post"
(Then, there's the confusion when you get into a gaming thread and OP means "over-powered" instead.)
Back to his first post...
(Emphasis mine.) He wasn't just talking about demos. He was talking about renting as well.
While this is admirable, sometimes, it's the only way to get it. Sometimes you need to spend money on a game. If I'm renting or buying a game, or any other entertainment, for that...
I think that Miles O'Brien said it best when he said something like "It's better to be a pessimist than an optimist. If you're an optimist, you're always disappointed. If you're a pessimist, things either go as expected or you're pleasantly surprised."
No one I've met has ever played a game called Locus, which is a game I love. It was made back in 1995, which is part of the reason I understand that there are no players I can find for it.
Each team has 2 players, 1 AI and 1 either human or AI, depending on whether you're playing multi-player...
I see all the hate for Enterprise. I say that if you started watching it from the beginning and didn't like it, then ignore Seasons 1-3 and watch Season 4. You'll find it much, much better. If they'd gotten the Season 4 writers back in Season 1, they wouldn't have lost their fanbase.
I actually found Phlox funny and likable. McCoy was the perfect good-old Southern doctor. Crusher was your friend, but didn't lose sight of the big picture when it was crunch time. Bashir was grating on me at first, but he started growing up and became quite good. The EMH was a good character as...