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  1. So I saw this: But this is the real beauty: God Bless Cynthia. Jeb doesn't even need to ask.
  2. I clicked on the original tweet. What's up with all the Tulsi Gabbard fans in the comments section?
  3. Metacritic -- 77 Destructoid: 8/10 Eurogamer: Recommended IGN: 8/10 Well Played: 9.5/10 Metro: 5/10 Attack of the Fanboy: 4/5 Hardcore Gamer: 9/10 EGM: 4/10 Comicbook.com: 4/5
  4. If there’s a headline feature for Catalina, it’s surely that iTunes has been broken up into several different apps: Music, Apple TV, and Podcasts. Each is better at its individual task than it was as a section within iTunes, which was teetering on collapse like the Jenga tower of various functions it supported.
  5. Increasingly paranoid about leaks, the president has repeatedly mused about administering lie detector tests to White House officials. There is literally zero of anything to indicate any of this. His poll numbers dropped as much as Hillary's did post-Comey letter on her way to losing, and support for impeaching/removing the president has increased. It's also irrelevant what the polls say. Nixon could have shared some far superior polls in the 70s. It just doesn't matter since they're a current snapshot, not a prognosticator of a month from now or a year from now.
  6. Dying Light: The Following -- Lots of fun. The boss fights were not that great (not many of them, though), but everything else quite a lot of fun. The Following was a good piece of DLC, and once I learned to upgrade and use the vehicle better, it was more fun to get around, ESPECIALLY running over zombies. Still, I did miss using a grappling hook through the city. Astro Bot: Rescue Mission Detroit: Become Human Resident Evil 2 Remake Moss Yakuza Kiwami Yakuza 0 Tetris Effect Dead Cells (one or two runs) Days Gone Dead Cells (completed all runs, true final boss, true ending) Toejam & Earl: Back in the Groove Kingdom Hearts 3 God of War Dying Light: The Following
  7. You know, that link mentioned something interesting: Nothing's final until it's final, but the fact that someone can assume that, at least, we'd have to wait until Survivor Series for a rematch, means that I basically know what's going to happen for the next month. Like... nah, man.
  8. Apparently, there are contradicting sources: Then again, someone can laugh as a defense mechanism but know that it was a bad decision.
  9. There's no reason to reveal that we shouldn't be taken seriously for thinking that.
  10. That's because the focus was the Vita (RIP). It's probably still a better way to remote play due to controls.
  11. Areas will continue to open up; don't worry. You'll also have more ways to deal with people.
  12. Yeah, that's super early. I don't think you've even met Ellie yet. That part of the plot is basically a launching point for the main conflict.
  13. Okay, sorry for swarming your notifications with Michael Cohen's face , but yeah, early Marvel wasn't that great. If he watched the first two Iron Man movies and Incredible Hulk, then yeah. But shit, even I was a critic then and really dig it now. Wouldn't say I'm a huge MCU fan who anxiously awaits every film, and I miss a decent amount of them, but what they've done has really impressed me now.
  14. Well, some Aurora victims wrote to Warner Bros, so they were covering what happened. But I think the big point is that the controversy probably/definitely helped push interest.
  15. Do you remember what happened in the story? I just want to get a sense as to what arenas you've been playing. There are definitely plenty of them, but my favorite ones come after the opening couple of hours, while the first open arena is a bit more standard as far as showing you the ropes. Like, there's a whole "boss" fight that takes place in a block in a neighborhood that's really cool, though I won't give away how it plays out since it's a really tense part of the game. I went through a crazy battle and then explored an entire neighborhood, and that part was cool The combination of the big open areas and multiple ways to proceed it, the different ways to use your weapons, the shiv doors that give you loads of shit if you have a shiv available, the really impressive script and small talk during exploration, Ellie being hilarious and awesome, and dat ending all combine to make this one of my favorite games. I wasn't in love yet in the first three hours (and you sound like me in taking your time), but the game kept growing on me as I got better and experimented with what the game gave me. EDIT: And I say this with the deep understanding that @Keyser_Soze will be the judge of what my favorite games are.
  16. Where you at? I'm actually playing it right now and am nearing the end of summer. Every time I get to a stealth section, I get excited because the gameplay and strategies open up. There are always a number of ways to do things in these arenas, and you get more weapons that vary your strategies. And I love the open areas to explore and scavenge and can't wait to see how TLOU2 handles it.
  17. https://variety.com/2019/film/news/samuel-l-jackson-martin-scorseses-marvel-1203360546/ Response from some associated with Marvel: Samuel L. Jackson: “I mean that’s like saying Bugs Bunny ain’t funny. Films are films. Everybody doesn’t like his stuff either,” Jackson told Variety‘s Angelique Jackson at the grand opening of Tyler Perry’s new studio in Atlanta, Ga. “Everybody’s got an opinion, so I mean it’s okay. Ain’t going to stop nobody from making movies.” From the co-director of Into The Spiderverse:
  18. My acquaintance with whom I worked in retail before my current career posted this: She wasn't making a joke.
  19. Chuck Todd lost patience with Ron Johnson on Meet The Press. “Why a Fox News conspiracy propaganda stuff is popping up on here, I have no idea.”
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