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    God of War early playthrough thoughts

    in Sony Discussion on 20 April 2018

    Not to stoke the fires, but holy shit I'm maybe ten to fifteen hours in and the game just keeps getting BETTER. I'm serious, the first couple of hours really engaged and impressed me, and yet now they actually feel like the low point of the game. And that's fantastic, the developers demonstrated a tremendous amount of patience in pacing this, and it REALLY pays off. One warning I will give is...

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    Trump Wants Something Done About Violent Video Games And Movies; Blames Them For School Shootings.

    in Politics Discussion on 23 February 2018

    Aeolus451 said: Again,  i've been debating over this stuff in different forums. I was talking about sjws in general in gaming forums. The article was implying it. I didn't say the op or anything unless you're calling him a sjw. Are you? 😽 At the bolded part, you still butthurt over that crap? So you're... basically pulling a Clint Eastwood and talking...

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    First charges filed in Mueller investigation

    in Politics Discussion on 07 December 2017

    Locknuts said: monocle_layton said:       What is there to speculate? Nem summarizes it perfectly - whatever the hell he's hiding isn't gonna be pretty. It's common sense at this point. No more running to blaming Obama or the liberal media. Some shady people have done shady things, and this looks like Watergate 2.0 . Target the smaller fish until you're able to...

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    First charges filed in Mueller investigation

    in Politics Discussion on 03 December 2017

    Locknuts said: Seems like Trump asked Flynn to speak with the Russians after he was elected President (December) which was Flynn's job at the time. The timing is so important that ABC news got it wrong (claimed that Trump gave the order as a candidate) which caused the stock market to drop. ABC has since made a...

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    First charges filed in Mueller investigation

    in Politics Discussion on 02 December 2017

    Locknuts said: Final-Fan said: Flynn is already pleading guilty.  That's about as concluded as it is likely to get for him.  He also agreed to testify against others in the Trump transition team who allegedly ordered him to make contact with Russian government representatives, which would have been highly illegal as mentioned above.  The speculation is, "Who gave...

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    First charges filed in Mueller investigation

    in Politics Discussion on 01 December 2017

    StarOcean said: Hit the nail on the head. Thats what they want to do w/ him. I think they'll dump him during the 2018 elections Absolutely a possibility, though (and I feel more and more cynical the further I go into this x3 ) it's all going to come down to the probable backlash they'd receive if they dumped him. Trump is getting up there in years, has a terrible...

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    First charges filed in Mueller investigation

    in Politics Discussion on 01 December 2017

    Bandorr said: Zanten said: Very true, though impeachment has its own challenges, as it is a rather long process with numerous steps that would require Trump to lose the support of enough Republicans; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impeachment_in_the_United_States It's why no President has ever been successfully impeached, as even the two Presidents who were taken to trial over it...

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    First charges filed in Mueller investigation

    in Politics Discussion on 01 December 2017

    JWeinCom said: Zanten said: For anyone interested, here's Flynn's Statement of Offense, containing some details on the lies he told the FBI, (which, to be clear, is why he's in this level of trouble, as generally lying to the FBI and impeding an investigation is kind of frowned upon,) and some details on the events in question. Unsurprisingly this is likely to lead to other...

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    First charges filed in Mueller investigation

    in Politics Discussion on 01 December 2017

    For anyone interested, here's Flynn's Statement of Offense, containing some details on the lies he told the FBI, (which, to be clear, is why he's in this level of trouble, as generally lying to the FBI and impeding an investigation is kind of frowned upon,) and some details on the events in question. Unsurprisingly this is likely to lead to other convictions, as it provides confirmation that not...

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    America's Got Talent

    in General Discussion on 18 August 2017

    monocle_layton said: For some reason a lot of people I talked to couldn't realize the mistake I pointed out. The unlock transition was literally the biggest red flag to show it was all a joke. Card tricks aren't godly, but they're better than ones which are ridiculously easy to understand.   Also, Puddles sang Royals before. It was actually pretty good....

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    Trump Sought Assurance From Fox News Before Leaving Paris Climate Deal

    in Politics Discussion on 02 June 2017

    Aeolus451 said: One person does not equal to the whole of fox news. Again, the regressive left tries to make everything seem a much bigger deal than it is. :-D The currency of the left is fake outrage. By all means, keep it up and you'll put trump in office again.                           ...

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    Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

    in Politics Discussion on 12 May 2017

    Well, looks like we know which of the two versions of events we're going to be sticking to; as per the President's morning Twitter rant, "As a very active President with lots of things happening, it is not possible for my surrogates to stand at podium with perfect accuracy! Maybe the best thing to do would be to cancel all future "press briefings" and hand out written responses for the sake of...

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    Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

    in Politics Discussion on 11 May 2017

    Machiavellian said: The dumb part is that if he just stuck to the story this probably would just blow over but instead because he want to show he was the one that pulled the trigger, he adds more fuel for obstruction of Justice.  This is why at every turn Trump shows just how stupid he is.  Really, by admitting he was going to fire Comey and admitting he asked him to divulge...

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    Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

    in Politics Discussion on 11 May 2017

    etking said: The USA heavily influences other countries elections all the time. And it is absolutely clear that the Clinton hack heavily influenced the outcome of the US election. It is so extremely obvious that it doesn't even need any further investigation. From what I understand, the question here isn't so much did it influence the election, or who was involved. General...

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    Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

    in Politics Discussion on 11 May 2017

    thismeintiel said: Lol, and a bunch of people come to prove my point. Poor excuses to why their side isn't as bad, knowing full well that if Hillary won they would fully support her firing him. Even if he was still investigating her emails. Both sides are just freaking pathetic on this. Er... I wouldn't? =P Even from the perspective of Clinton, one fuck-up by Comey, imo, shouldn't...

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    Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

    in Politics Discussion on 11 May 2017

    Hiku said: Yeah I saw just now, but he may take this back tomorrow when his advisors inform him that he shouldn't have admitted to that.Like he did after he admitted that he didn't read the executive orders he signed, but then took it back the next day. Yeah, I wouldn't exactly be shocked, though my money would be that Trump himself doesn't take it back; instead, the White House...

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    Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

    in Politics Discussion on 11 May 2017

    Hiku said: Worth noting on that timeline is that Sessions also praised how Comey handled Clinton, before suddenly recommending to fire him because of that.http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/ag-sessions-praised-comeys-handling-clintons-email-investigation/story?id=47327009 Their explanation just doesn't make any sense. If they did it because they wanted to adhere to the critics, they would...

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    Anyone else regret voting for Trump?

    in Politics Discussion on 06 May 2017

    The re-elections are certainly going to be... um... interesting. >.>;; Some of Trump's more aggressive or outlandish moves have been blunted by the establishment surrounding him, which could actually end up helping him in the long run. The 'skinny budget' his administration released would have impacted a lot of his own voting base with reduced services for education, the elderly, even some...

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    Share Any Zelda BotW Criticisms/Issues!

    in Nintendo Discussion on 12 March 2017

    Hrmmmmm, as someone who DOES really enjoy the game, I will say that the focus on the open world does seem to render elements like the four Guardians a bit anemic in terms of content. I probably spent longer just REACHING the various locales than I had to actually dealing with the preliminary entry quests, the Guardian battle, the Guardian dungeon, and the boss in each one. In addition, an...

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    Conspiracy Theory: Is Trump illiterate?

    in Politics Discussion on 20 February 2017

    I'd lean less towards difficulty reading, and more towards disinterest and possibly a short attention span. I.e. I'd imagine that he might have the same literacy level as anyone who's gone through school but reads virtually nothing outside what's required in school; nothing for recreation in other words. Now, might it lead to a certain feeling of 'rust?' That he can't read as quickly or...

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