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  1. Good shtick. Try and be a bit more subtle next time.
  2. #### this #### mother ####er #### if all to hell son of a ##### #### face loser #### for brains
  3. https://instagram.com/p/BK6Slm-Afqe/
  4. https://twitter.com/jameshohmann/status/781236370194984960 User Actions Follow James HohmannVerified account‏@jameshohmann TRUMP in IOWA: "Raise your hand if you're NOT a Christian conservative. I want to see that. There's a few of them. Should we keep them?" Speechless.
  5. https://twitter.com/ShaunKing/status/781236496527462400
  6. I'll never need an abortion so I don't want mah money going to Planned Parenthood!!
  7. No Man's Sky under investigation by the ASA. After the active player count for No Man's Sky dropped below 1,000 players on Steam, it's safe to say that the highly anticipated game had a rather rough release. It appears as though things are getting worse for No Man's Sky, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is investigating the game after receiving "several complaints." After No Man's Sky released in August for the PlayStation 4 and PC, there were claims from fans of false advertisement perpetuated by the game's creator Sean Murray. False advertisement wasn't the only complaint, there were also bugs that caused quite a few players either refunding the game or simply quit playing. Even Sony's President believes that No Man's Sky was overpromised by its creator. Throughout all of this, the No Man's Sky developers have been silent - they have yet to comment on claims. While no details on the ASA's investigation into have been revealed, one No Man's Sky player has detailed the ASA's response to their complaint. According to Redditor AzzerUK, both the No Man's Sky developer, Hello Games, and Valve have a joint responsibility and are both being investigated. What is being investigated? Apparently, the following are the most complained about features: Hello Games and Steam must respond to the ASA, but when they will has not been detailed. If the ASA finds Hello Games and Valve guilty of false advertisement, the items in questions (videos, screenshots etc) will be removed, penalties might even be issued.
  8. He really needs to answer to this. Maybe a drug test before the next debate?
  9. Any bodily fluids exchanged yet?
  10. Trump is planning to skip the next debates if Hillary Clinton is there.
  11. I'd probably sue for punitive damages.
  12. How do you "win the case" in a divorce?