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  1. Witcher 3 Geralt and Yennifer on a freakin unicorn straddling...
  2. Warning: Spoilers Executing people on the spot that test positive for the virus is not a humane practice even during an apocalypse. Blood can catch on someone else etc. And I'm talking about many years later when Joel and Tess started off in the QZ, and opening scene as you walk out they lined up those people on the ground, scanned them, and executed one. Plus the 3 escaped the quarantine zone remember? So they failed. The fireflies turned into what they opposed by forcing Ellie to give her life for a cure.
  3. 1776 Commission should be called 1861 Admission since the orange nazi confederate has an obsession with civil war.
  4. Exactly, if it's open world and scenic, I just wonder around and take it all in. Like a mini vacation. Cool thing about AC Odyssey and Origins is the picture taking capability where you can move the camera all around and edit it. Or from above with the eagle view. I've taken a bunch of pics to save as memories for when I look back at my adventures years from now.
  5. Yes! I played the whole series and having to be the one to make the tough decisions was excruciating.
  6. That does look like a fun game. Unique! I'll give it a try. Price not bad either for GR 2
  7. That's a pretty good quote; I'm still laughing at your 666. That's like 2 intertwined snakes falling through your roof. And it's happened to me!!!
  8. Is collecting a big enough topic for itself? I collect mineral specimens and gi joes. Do you collect games? What is it you collect? Mineral specimens are natural crystals grown through its given environment. Gi Joes, well, just wish they were here today to fight Trump AKA Cobra Commander.
  9. I think there is a big correlation between baby boomers and trump's make america great again bell song for authoritarianism. The baby boomer population is very large in USA demographics. You would think they would be concerned by healthcare, which this administration gives a hoot about. And even if they come up with a half asses plan 1.5 months before election, shows their concern. Especially after a major botched pro death response to a pandemic. But most baby boomers are white. They lived through segregation, 60's era reform, and WERE fresh from the fight against fascism. But, yet, they clearly want authoritarianism and dictatorship. Their privilege leaves them nothing to protest about, except to not wear a face mask during a pandemic. So, they care nothing for the freedom of speech of protestors and would love the U.S. military to kill protestors. What do they care? Baby boomers have houses and have money passed down and made it through hard work privilege. Studies paid off. I live in klanville deep in the country behind enemy lines of the old white baby boomers that walk around with stink eye. They want dictatorship. I can see it. I have family in Florida that are straight military, baby boomer, confederate flag sons of bitches. I hear their language. I know them first hand. My grandpa is a deceased colonel from Vietnam and the Cold War. They collect guns. They don't seem to care about democracy unless its only for them. What next once baby boomers died off? Is that when we have to reform again as a country? And only then? Are baby boomers holding this country hostage through their last dying racist breaths?
  10. You have heard NF right? Mansion is a good album My genres today have dramatically changed the past few years. The reason why is cause I struggled with alcohol. I can't listen to angry music anymore. So that eliminates most metal, rock, and rap. I have taken a turn to 80's music, Indie type artists, new age, and here it is...latin rock? I'll tell you something. Latin rock I've been listening to, I don't even know what they are saying, but the music suits my soul in this present age. I flipped through the music channels on direct tv and came across some beautiful music. And no it isn't rippa rippa thlllllllllllllleba!!! Nope it's way better than todays rock. This song is an example Gente Peligrosa by Tunacola
  11. Definition of a parasite: an organism that lives on or in a host organism and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. Earth is our host. It provides everything we need to survive healthy and bountiful. Humans destroy entire ecosystems. We annihilate forests. We pollute water, air, and top soil. We drive animals to extinction. We dig deep for resources such as oil and metals. Instead of protecting our host we look for another planet sustainable for life that we can destroy. We are almost viral in a way because we change the DNA of crops, animals, and pretty much anything we can get away with without any remorse of the consequences. We don't give anything back. Only take take take like the parasites we are. I believe there are different strains of humans. Most are parasitic. Even those with a conscious still contribute to pollution and the poisoning left behind from industry due to consumerism. Unfortunately, the parasitic strains of humans will lead to the demise of us and our host. But yes, by all definition humans I believe are parasites. Do you know a parasitic strain of a human? Can you argue humans are not parasites?
  12. Ok geesh; From here I'll keep anything that sounds political in politics section. I'm sure everyone here is smart enough to know war is not a sport. But if we don't question things we become 'herd mentality'
  13. But don't countries compete on who owns resources? That in itself creates the conflict. That conflict being a move in the game. They compete in growing their arsenal, spy games, making their currency more powerful or less powerful, and influence of democracy, fascism, communism, socialism, or whatever it may be. To us it's conflict cause we carry the burden. To those at the top, it just may be considered a sport. Profit, resources, land, religion, politics; they don't exploit it without conflict as part of the strategy. So if we can debate chess being a sport, then why not actual war as a sport?
  14. I'm gonna take it a step further and say war is a sport. It's competitive, you need physical skill and endurance and training. You need tactical skill from the ranks. The fat cats watch it all snacking on grapes and wine placing bets and skillful plots to destabilize regions. Other countries can join in on the competition. There really isn't a known schedule for war, so there's no olympics for it. Lots of hype and cold wars though flexing military arsenals and holding war games. Today, we can watch it unfold on tv or iPhones till the country blacks out all communications.
  15. There is debate about chess being a sport. It seems to be recognized as one, and if so then that opens the door to anything to be a sport. So it all stops and starts with chess.
  16. For people that can move around and compete physically, esports wouldn't be considered a sport. For handicapped, there are sports out there for them, maybe not in all arenas, but who is to say that can't be possible. For bed ridden people, esports can be considered a sport for them. And think about the future of VR systems and esports. "(A whole new world) A new fantastic point of view No one to tell us "No" Or where to go Or say we're only dreaming"
  17. Well, most comedians actually are more of the liberal type no matter the race, so they usually get away with it because it wasn't meant to be literal. But conservatives don't have many comedian outlets or shows and if they did it would undoubtedly be extremely offensive. For Christs sake, their humor is to threaten people and spread conspiracies. So as long as a white comedian has its fair share of a liberal audience, it will stay less literal and offensive. If it is a majority conservative audience, it will be more literal and offensive. Even a black comedian with an all black audience will probably take a white joke too far. So the audience is the key to keep things in balance.
  18. Nightmare On Elm Street Hellraiser TX Chainsaw Massacre (original) House of 1000 Corpses Evil Dead (original) Amityville Horror (original)
  19. Oh man!!! One of my favorite horror movie series. I can still recall the details of all the freakin gore! Do you want blood? I ask again, DO YOU WANT BLOOD? 2022 we will all be dead by then.
  20. I switch between games, books/comics, and shows. I've got rabbits outside I hang with. Not so much in this Texas heat. If the weather is right and there is a mushroom growing in cow dung, then I'll make a night of it. Oops; shhh. Most of the time, it's tea and a game. If I drink I turn into a rebel ready to take on the world, so i'll save that for the apocalypse. I'm also a collector of Gi Joes, so I spend time on eBay. It's definitely nostalgia.
  21. Zero trailers for me. Actual gameplay and reviews helps me decide. Trailers are those hyped up fake models on internet dating sites. Then you meet them in person and they are the Wicked Witch of the West or Fabio's sidekick Gollum.
  22. What does a half nude female warrior on a horse symbolize? Looks USA, but the only feminism in this racist, sexist, xenophobic country with a statue empowering a female must be Mary. So it is a catholic town. That makes me think southwest USA too.
  23. I really enjoyed A Plague Tale on ps4. Ps2 horror games Obscure and The Suffering I've been looking for gems on the ps4
  24. Fartcry and Unfarted series tried to come out at the same time, but the latter had to wait a year to be released. It proved to be a big hit, and worth the wait.
  25. The medieval times seem like a more simple era. You fight for a king or religion. You are rich or poor. Heroes rise easier. Today, who is a hero in 6 billion? Who is the true warrior that fights for country? What do you even fight against in today's world with a corrupt banking system; food and pharma monopoly destroying everything natural; and nukes or missiles that can cause mass destruction? Kind of takes 'hero' out of man. And that gives a rise to the age of superheroes. But even wizards and magic users in the fantasy genre seem more interesting to me than superman. Why? I don't have a clue. It seems like something that can be taught through studying and apprenticeship, which we can kind of relate to; instead of being born with a super power no one else has. Or even a ring from another dimension or the abyss is more intriguing than another Hitler (ahem). And it's so much easier to make a romance out of ancient mystic times rather than a noisy city; or even out in a farm wearing stupid clothes compared to the craftsmanship then. Simpler times with an emphasis on beauty and individualism compared to modern times with emphasis on mass marketing and societal approval.
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