Originating from Samuel Whitbread Community College in Shefford, UK in 2011, an exquisite sport (if you will) in which the 'bagger' fulfils the objective - that of taking out a victims bag contents, reversing the carcass and re-instating the contents with the reversed material. After this has been achieved, the 'bagger' leaves a small note, detailing the time, date and signing - as a mark of respect. This must all take place without the victim realising until the bag is returned to its original location and they find it on their own accord.
'Master Baggatiers' pass down the legacy of bagging to the younger generation. In some extreme cases, things such as guitar cases, lunch boxes and even sandwiches have been bagged.
oi, Will and Andy, shouldn't you be doing your work?' 'Yes, but we are busy bagging Phil!
A all White gang in Grand Island. We claim WSC while the second generation of G's claim WSGC. What's next? None of your business bitch. Westside Crips for LIFE. One of the original WSC gang here in Grand Island at 31 years old. Became a true member when I was 15. So fuckin' give me the respect I deserve. West-up! A Westside Whiteboy.
Who we gonna get next? A cholo claiming ESL 13? We'll see. We are Westside Whiteboys claiming WSC. Cash is the name of my game.
|171.||Steve Jobs Business Plan|
A product differentiation strategy that involves releasing multiple variations of the same product with just notable differences in each successive generation to the point where consumers feel they must upgrade. If the gap between the product the consumer owns and the product the company just released is 2 generation apart or larger, the consumer's product is outdated to the point that its value has plummeted to levels where resell value is less than half of the original cost and/or the company has cut off support for the product either formally or in a de facto manner (e.g. releasing updates to iOS that consume increasing amounts of RAM since it is designed to run on the newer harder with more RAM, but the older hardware becomes defunct because all of its RAM is being used to run the operating system and not any programs, such as music).
I got the iPhone when it came out, but I want to get the iPhone 3GS because it's half an ounce lighter. Unfortunately, the Steve Jobs Business Plan has rendered my iPhone worthless.
Not as good as the 1990's.more...
Kids now are selfish, and spoiled, and aren't true to their roots. I'm only 17, and it's 2011, and honestly, I am SICK of my generation. I would MUCH rather be the age I am now, in about ~1994.
Now I'll tell you some pros and cons about the 2000's
1) Computers are sweet
2) Weed is getting better
3) That's about it. . .
5) Johnny Tsunami
Cons- Compared to 90's:
1) No original thoughts now
2) music is shitty
3) people are shitty
4) TV sucks- except Nat Geo
5) Emo Kids
6) Super hipsters
7) Not as cool
8) I wasn't born in ~1980 so I can't be almost 18 in the 90's
9) No fraggle rock (1980's or 90's?)
11) 2000's Rap
12) 2000's Pop
13) No original anything
14) Everything Social networking
15) You don't see me smoking a blunt at the park right? yeah. it seems like smoking pot is 90532740x worse to get caught doing now
16) Superhero Movies
17) 2000's "Fashion" except plaid <3
20) George Bush
21) Shittier world
Yeah, see what I mean? BUT thankfully, the 1990's lasted until 2003 then shit happened :/
A trekkie is an extreme fan of Star Trek, a sci-fi television franchise that has begat 6 TV shows, (The Original Series, The Animated Series, The Next Generation, Voyager, Deep Space 9, and Enterprise) and 11 movies, with 2 more in the making. Some of the more 'treking' trekkies attend star trek conventions, speak Klingon, and collect tons of Star Trek memorabilia. The not-as-intense trekkies are mere fans of extreme devotion, knowing phrases in Klingon and possibly Vulcan (though not fluent), know the actors playing the main roles of each series, and know all the names of the movies. Your standard Trekkie is probably addicted to Star Trek FanFiction. All trekkies have their own opinions on which series was best, but most agree that the two best were the Original Series and the Next Generation.
Wow, that girl is actually wearing a Star Trek Costume. She's a real trekkie.
When you feel so guilty about past success, you purposely try to sabotage yourself so your rivals have a chance.
Wii was a one-hit wonder with enticing motion controls, everyone has that now. A generation behind in its time, you knew the PS4 was over 5 years away. But PS4 is just a year or two past Wii U, everyone will wait instead. Casuals will stick to their original Wii and ipads/pods.
The most important fact is that it takes time to get to know the hardware of a game system well, for the developer API's to get to that point where they can make great looking games. Wii U is only 50% stronger than a PS3, but modern PS3 games look over 50% better than 1st gen PS3 games, so the result is when Wii U is released, its games just aren't going to look much better than PS3 games. Nintendo could have used this opportunity to be the first to market a serious next-gen contender and re-dominated this gen like they did the last one with Wii, but intense feelings of guilt of how much insane money they made with DS and Wii's success has caused them to want to destroy themselves with Wii U and the overpriced 3DS. When Microsoft and Sony release their next-gen systems that are going to have better frame rates, handle 1080p 3d games, better texture resolution, anisotropic filtering, physics, other nice graphics effects, Nintendo's corporate harakiri will be complete.
USA felt so guilty about success against the Japanese in WW2 that we made a Wii U to the Iraqis and Afghanistanis and let them kill thousands of our soldiers.
Fairly common Tibetan name.
Original name is given to the Dalai Lama.
The current Dalai Lama is named Tenzin Gyatso.
So all the young generation of Tibetans share the same First name "Tenzin" regardless of whether you are male or female.
So you don't call a Tibetan by their first name but by their last
A: Hey Tenzin!
Tenzin Dolma: Don't call me Tenzin... call me Dolma.