Razer Builds Research Facility in Texas

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protzman

i like how it was necessary to put a cowboy hat for "texas"

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Eagle70ss

Yeah, the cowboy hat is funny since I'm a Native Texan and I've never owned or sported a cowboy hat *lookng down at my airwalks*. One has to get pretty far away from civilation to find someone who does wear one on a regular basis. The one exception is probably the Ft. Worth Stockyards. The eradication of this stereotype has proven very elusive. It's bad enough we get blamed for Bush who isn't a native texan and was born and educated in the northeast(Bush Sr. & Barbara were too).

Better to know us for our massive wind power production(1st in the US), 3 out of the 10 biggest cities in the US, as many Fortune 500 companies as California including Dell, Texas Instruments, AT&T, Southwest and American airlines, etc. 

 

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I Jedi

I am glad to see that Razer still believes in the PC market, even if most of their products are geared towards PC gamers. "chuckles" This, to me, makes me feel confident about PC gaming because Razer feels its worth the investment, too. Of course, you have Microsoft pledging support and following short on demands, the PC Gaming Alliance, even if it is a joke, is falling apart, and E.A. wants to introduce the asian "gaming" model to the U.S. market. I'll be damned if I'm going to pay to play. I would much rather pay a big, one time fee than pay a few bucks here and there. I'm a college student, money is like the most valuable object to me, so I prefer to save up, spend on a game I want one time, and be happy knowing that even when I'm flat broke one day, I can still play Counter-Fucking-Strike: Source... Fuck yeah...

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