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AGX-17

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  1. Blowing things up and burning things is a sacred duty. My hype meter is at 120% for some matchlock carnage. Big McHugelarge or Blast Hardcheese are the most Brick Hardmeat of names.
  2. food in hospitals is purposeful nutritious, but none too appealing. the beds allow one to rest, but they is not particular comfortable. you is s'posed to wanna leave hospitals as soon as possible. is likely a good sign that you want something better. even so, we typical managed to sneak in burgers to our sister when she were in the hospital... we even brought her dog (a small thing that easily fit in a backpack) to see her a couple times... much to the chagrin o' the nurses. our sister weren't even a burger fan, but for some reason, she always wanted squeeze inn burgers. HA! Good
  3. Recently had Bison burger at Deschutes' Portland brewpub, quite good with their Imperial Bitter, which is fantastic, though lamentably seasonal and exclusive to some of their pubs.
  4. That's what Europe gets for not being enough like America. JUUUUUST SAYIN'.
  5. "Got a strange messge from a friend's steam account" really only requires one response: "Cool story, bro." I can only assume you accept "friend" requests from strangers out of the blue and not people you regularly play games with. If it's not a regular from my clan server on TF2 then it's an automatic ignore.
  6. They need more donations to make a new campaign for Shadowrun Returns? They ought to at least do a kickstarter for a real cyberpunk RPG without magic or Tolkien races or dragons magically appearing out of the ether at the advent of the supposed Mayan "apocalypse" (as interpreted by Christians, who of course take pagan calendars as legitimate as canon scripture.)
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1ZXAxr5hF4
  8. It occurred to me that it's still legal for animals (re:dogs) to sexually harass/assault humans. Why is it still socially acceptable for a dog to attempt to rape a person? Just because a leg can't be penetrated doesn't mean there was no attempted rape. No, it's not cute, it's disgusting. Yet somehow the victim becomes the villain just for defending themself. If you think of your dog as your "baby" then why are you content to watch your child attempt a rape in front of you? tl;dr I learned today not to go to parties hosted by people who have dogs.
  9. As expected, most of the people who spent the last year or two deriding the game before its release like it now that it's out. But what they did with combat was just inexcusable. No real tactics, no if-then conditions for AI, etc. Aside from that, it's shaping up to be a solid 8-9/10. Are you playing on Casual modo? That Storm Coast's Based Dragon (since when were there giants? Why do they matter when your first encounter with them is watching one get rectally-ravaged by a dragon?) had 46,000 HP when I went in at level 6-ish. And then I fought a human rogue boss in Orlais, circa
  10. Yeah, it was old when Jason and the Argonauts had to sail around to 50 islands in the Aegean to close Hades' Porticos.
  11. What, like the storytelling in Dragon Age II? Or the storytelling in Mass Effect 3? How much of it have you played, that you can state with certainty that the game world is huge and explorable?
  12. I was sooooooper-doooooooper excited about it (Second Coming of Alpha-Centauri and all that jazz,) but then I did research and it sounds like a Civ V mod, so I'll wait for a 50+% discount on Steam. Whilst playing Civ V: BNW off-and-on the whole time. From what I understand, it sounds like a replacement of barbarians with tentacle monsters of varying sexuality and replacement of interesting historical Civs with less interesting fictional space-Civs.
  13. I'd recommend Zion, personally. Unless you're afraid of heights or not sure-footed. I confirmed that I am close to Bighorner-status in footwork when scrambling up the Canyon Overlook and Angels' Landing trails. Incidentally, there is nothing legally disclosable between Vegas and St. George, UT, so fill up that gas tank. I have a lot of aunts and there is a specific one whose death I would not mourn. And I have Al-Jebr homework to do. JUUUUUUUUUUUST SAAAAAYIN'
  14. Valve isn't a public forum, if you want to give ****ty press via twitter then you're subject to the powers that be in distributing your product (Valve.) Unfortunately for the knucklehead in question, I've got a better understanding of both human nature and economics, so I can't help but side with Valve. Zealotry is named for a bunch of people who killed themselves, after all. Josephus had half a goddamn brain and used it.
  15. Finished Neverwhere, more than halfway through Good Omens. Anathema Device is the best name ever conceived. The AC organizing an Inquisition against witchcraft is gripping stuff. Neverwhere needs to be remade as a TV series with the BBC Radio cast. Although it should be patently obvious what the ending of Neverwhere is given the nature of humanity. It's obvious from the start how it's going to end, but that's not a flaw on Gaiman's part. One of those "it's not the destination, it's how you get there" sort of things. It really feels like a setup for a broader media franchise, at
  16. I don't recall a Dragon Age 2, so I assume I blocked the entire thing. Maybe you renamed it "Dragon Age: Dread of the Roof-Dwellers" in your subconscious.
  17. That's been a victory type in Civilization since the first game. The science victory was to be the first to reach Alpha Centauri.
  18. Got back from Zion. The Narrows: Virgin River near the Narrows: Zion Canyon from The Watchman (The buildings are, clockwise from the bottom: Employee housing, campground by the Visitors' center, Administration building and museum.) : And from the Canyon Overlook trail:
  19. This is an opinion piece which in no way declares "Ebola is airborne and there's a massive Bilderberger-Templar-Illuminati conspiracy to keep it secret." The commentators never go beyond making questions about the possibility of airborne transmission and what precautions, if it were aerosol-transmissable, might be effective in preventing its spread. They make vague statements like: * They do not at any point declare that Ebola is aerially transmitted, and it is noted throughout the piece that it is an opinion piece, not a scholarly article subject to peer review. Is your hype
  20. That was only during the Meiji era, beginning in 1868 and ending in 1946. Modern Japanese overwhelmingly do not believe the emperor or royal family are divine. The British royal family gets more worship and adulation from around the world than any god does in Japan. The mandate of heaven, divine right, whatever you call it has always been a political mechanism to justify individual rule. For most of Japan's recorded history, it has been ruled by Shoguns for whom emperors were simply puppets or figureheads. If your rather hyperbolic generalization were true, that wouldn't be the case.
  21. Telling people essentially "read this/watch all this stuff, blindly accept it and adhere to my beliefs or you're an ignorant sheep who just thinks what they're told to" without a shred of irony isn't really the best tone to set for a thread from the outset. The human brain has already stopped your thread dead in its tracks, anyway. Confirmation bias and the backfire effect practically guarantee that you will change nobody's belief systems and nobody who argues against you will change yours.
  22. There was such a thing as "4X Fantasy RPGs"?
  23. So this is like a Polish Monster Hunter but not for handhelds, right?
  24. Oh boy, complaints about Mass Effect 3. And they're totally original ones nobody has ever made before! ....You got banned from BSN because you kept digging up old **** like this, didn't you? That's what's going on here, isn't it?
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