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killamch89

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  1. I can't speak for anyone else but I've never wanted to live like a celebrity because you'll have to live up to an image that made you famous in the first place and can't be yourself. You don't really have any privacy - there's journalist outside your house 24/7 and they follow you everywhere. Not the lifestyle for me.
  2. There's a saying in Daoism that balance is essential to everything in life.
  3. Sounds like a solid plan. Maybe you could try getting some non-slip material on the ramp to help prevent that as well.
  4. I find that in social interactions, you shouldn't overthink it. Just let it flow - you'll do a lot better in social situations because I find that it's kind of obvious when someone's trying too hard to say the right thing.
  5. I agree. There's not a lot of benefits to fame really. Or rather, all the benefits are superficial and you'll have to keep doing things to maintain that fame or else you'll be quickly forgotten about.
  6. Me personally, yes I do believe a lot of things that happen are fated to happen. In Chinese culture, they had a saying that everything happens for a reason and everything is here for a reason.
  7. Same. It'd be hilarious because I heard that great grandfather who was a Scot, used to drink lots of rum but couldn't get drunk. I don't know much about my Syrian roots either from my Grandmother's side. The funniest family tree DNA situation I heard of was a black guy who regularly spoke out against racist white people and the KKK. Turns out his great great grandfather was a white man that owned plenty of slaves. He was in utter disbelief. Also, I heard that a good portion of the world's population are descendants of Genghis Khan.
  8. Command your monster army as you adventure through the dangerous lands of Felicidad in Farmagia, coming to Nintendo Switch on November 1, 2024!
  9. Play an android in MIO: Memories in Orbit, a mesmerizing metroidvania where you explore the Vessel, an enormous technological ark overgrown with machines gone rogue. Nobody knows why the Pearls, its AI caretakers, have ceased functioning… Uncover its secrets, enhance MIO's abilities, and save the spaceship and its resident from oblivion! 💫 Available on PlayStaion 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch in 2025.
  10. The groundbreaking non-linear RPG Romancing SaGa 2, originally released in 1993 in Japan, makes its triumphant return in this first full remake, Romancing SaGa 2: Revenge of the Seven, coming to Nintendo Switch on October 24, 2024.
  11. According to Nintendo, this is the biggest Mario Party yet. Super Mario Party Jamboree launches for the Nintendo Switch on October 17th. It has over 110 minigames, 7 game boards (5 new boards and 2 returning boards), and join up to 20 players head-to-head online in Koopathlon mode. Are you guys looking forward to this game?
  12. A new turn-based RPG by the "father" of Final Fantasy Hironobu Sagaguchi, this game will be launched in the Winter of 2024 for the Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, PS5, PS4 and on Steam. What do you guys think about this game?
  13. I'm so hyped as a huge fan of the Metroid series. Seeing Samus and Sylux going head-to-head as the main part of this games story is going to be great in my opinion. What do you guys think of this news? Are you excited for another Metroid game?
  14. Eminem is one of my favorite artist as well and I loved his new video. It had some great callbacks to Eminem without me and other earlier songs he did. My favorite song from him is Till I collapse. What's yours?
  15. Van Helsing (2004) - 9.5/10 Still one of my favorite movies of all time. It has everything.
  16. I was playing some First descendant Beta today and it's coming along nicely. Granted, I do think some things can still be improved and the game does tend to lag at a few points but it's probably the only looter shooter that I actually like somewhat.
  17. To be honest, I've seen them in Japan as well so I wouldn't say it's unconventional. That was kind of always the plan for robotics to take over a lot of menial jobs.
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