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  1. I'm deliberately not watching this because I'm pretty sure I want it (unless reviews end up awful) and its the kind of thing where I don't want the atmosphere of the beginning known.
  2. There are no coincidences, only the Force. (I don't think they should make then force wielders either)
  3. Well, the Bakersfield farmers are going to witness just how wrong they were!
  4. Hmm. http://www.politico.com/story/2017/02/robert-harward-national-security-adviser-trump-balks-235120
  5. Count me on board with rooting for it!
  6. The pros and cons are negligible in either direction, so just flip a coin or go with your first response.
  7. Fuck it, I bought it. Loved this goddamn game when it came out. I've got my rosy nostalgia glasses ready.
  8. So this on my twitter feed. Felt a little like looking through a crystal ball.
  9. I've been anxiously waiting for the full release. I'm pumped. We just had Tyranny, then this, and then we'll be getting DOS2! Good times for Isometric party-based RPGs!
  10. From the article: They didn't believe they were voting against their interests; they thought they would get the best of both worlds economically (less regulation and continuation of lots of cheap labor because they thought all that was just talk). They are now confronting the reality that maybe they were wrong. The central theme of this article is they are suddenly, unexpectedly, concerned. As stupid as may be to be shocked by it, that is what they are saying.