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-Chris

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In Topic: Bloodborne Discussion Thread

Yesterday, 09:35 PM

View PostAndrewDean84, on 26 March 2015 - 09:30 PM, said:

Took you 35 hours to beat?  Shit, I just past the 140 hour mark with MH4U and haven't even gotten to G rank stuff or past Caravan 9+.

I thought these Souls games were supposed to be long.

I'm waiting for the kid to go to bed to play me some more Bloodborne.

I would argue that 35 hours is plenty long.

In Topic: Bloodborne Discussion Thread

Yesterday, 09:07 PM

After an hour and a half, I still haven't passed the damn bonfire in the beginning. :lol: Almost did like the third or fourth attempt, but as I was trying to get the asshole on top of the cart, another mob got me from behind. Since then I've taken to farming the first ten or so mobs before so I can stock up on cocktails, and trying to get the big dude with the axe tucked behind the stairs (got him; he's great practice for the fight mechanics).

In Topic: Bloodborne Discussion Thread

Yesterday, 05:05 PM

The copy @Mr. Victor Twenty got me has arrived. My dick is so hard. :daydream:

In Topic: Indiana governor signs "religious freedom" law which allows business...

Yesterday, 02:54 PM

 Demut, on 26 March 2015 - 02:47 PM, said:

Because it isn’t any worse of an idea than the current way of dealing with this. Besides, I am not advocating “throwing up your hands and saying that you’ve done all you can”. Of course racism should be combated. I just don’t think that laws like these are the way to do so where the racism of private people is concerned. Now, if the racism were institutionalized by the government, that’s a different story ...

Whoa dude, how can there be racism when race doesn't exist?

In Topic: Saudi Arabia has initiated military operations in Yemen

Yesterday, 01:51 PM

View PostCitizenVectron, on 26 March 2015 - 01:46 PM, said:

Some news from Al Arabiya: After Egypt suggested it, the nations' foreign ministers have decided on forming a United Arabic Army to deal with this issue and similar threats. A real Arab League army? Now THAT is interesting!

Also, this might be the first time in a long time we see an actual even-sided air conflict, even if it will be short-lived (though the ground campaign will last a long time I think). The air force of Yemen appears mostly loyal to the Houthi (and former president), so we could see some 80s-style air engagements between fairly-equally matched American jets.

Stop, you're going to give @CayceG and our other resident military fetishists a serious case of priapism.