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Hello O weekend host. My friend is moving to Jordan for a while,and is taking his PS2 with him. My question is,seeing as they have different electrical outlets there,will he be able to play his PS2,or does he need an adapter of some sort? Your help is greatly appreciated,and I'll even accept a personal response. Thanks,
The Masked Mystere
|It sounds like some type of power adaptor is in order. Check what type of power outlets are standard in Jordan. Then, check a major electronics outlet and see if they sell adaptors. He may have a better chance of finding a store like that in Jordan itself. If anyone out there has experience with these types of outlets, drop us a line. You'll get a Chesh's special helper award.|
That quote can’t be from anything but Superman 2.
Once again, Joshua Hime is quick on the buzzer. He is only partially correct, however. The line IS from Superman 2, but not only from Superman 2 (as the next quickie will illuminate.)
For those of you who don't keep track of things like this, the line is from General Zod. Zod and two of his compatriots were Kryptonian criminals who escape the Phantom Zone and wind up on earth. They gain Superman's powers, and a massive slug-fest begins. The movie was acceptable (except for that stupid, "I'll kiss her and wipe her memories thing. Did they even TRY and explain that one?"), but (as usual) the comic book version was better.
In the comics, Superman winds up going to this alternate world where the three have landed and wreak large amounts of havoc. He fights the three on this alternate world and loses. What's worse, they find out how to get back to our (Superman's) earth. Therefore, faced with the prospect of three unstoppable tyrants destroying his world, Superman does the only thing he can. He has some Kryptonite placed in a lead pipe. He opens one end, and shines the baleful green light on the three Kryptonian exiles. He stands there, unmoving, while the light slowly kills General Zod. For the first time, Superman was forced to kill one of his enemies, and it freaked him out to no small end.
Much better than the movie where the three lose their powers and fall in a misty hole. It's been a while since I read the actual storyline, so some details have been forgotten. If I missed anything spectacular, send me an email.
Oh, and a ~ for Mr. Hime.
Its from Mallrats
PS please have more Kevin Smith quotes
This counts too. ~
And, I'll see what we can do about those Kevin Smith Quotes.
Have you seen the Waa-Mu show this year?
|The Waa-Mu show, Aka Northwestern University's annual musical extravaganza. Haven't gone yet, and since I'm going to be pretty busy this weekend, I probably won't make it this year. Next year's my last chance, so I'll probably go see it then.|
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