... many of those very early games were "give-aways" with the high-end graphic cards of the day - I think I got my castle wolfenstein with a turtle beach graphics card...the gaming culture itself was kickstarted not from store sales - but from these early freebies.
Where's the list of "most prolific trolls" ?? or "top trollbait" posts? (which writer provokes the most trolls - is it Mike or DH?) Troll with most comments? (Anti-Dirt?) Troll most frequently flagged? (ootb?) Troll with highest count of flagged posts? (bob?)
How are we going to vote for our favorite troll without knowing their standings??? I think out-of-his-ass is winning, but it could be Anti-Dirt ...
I believe the licensing and regulation are required.
We have already had a news story of an idiot flying a drone within feet of an airliner "just to watch it land". Aircraft engines are NOT designed to digest a flying camera platform and perform normally. I have to agree that requiring a license to operate (with emphasis on controlled air space) should be mandatory. The flight paths of airliners within 5 miles of major airports are well within the reach of commercial-quality drones. Consider the risks here - a car accident rarely wipes out hundreds of passengers at a time - improperly digesting a drone can bring an airplane down. Think of the impact in the Los Angeles landing corridor through downtown.