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  1. FWIW, Malik McDowell is a DT on MFL now.
  2. Last Prime Day, it seemed like most of the deals in video games were marginal discounts for 3rd party accessories for last gen systems. Not too exciting, and I got the sense that they wanted to be able to brag about a certain number of deals going on, regardless of the size/significance of the discounts. Hoping this year is a bit better.
  3. That's sort of what worries me - I keep getting sucked into rookie TE hype, then reminding myself what the likelihood is of any of these guys producing at a significant level, let alone a whole class of them. Jonnu Smith seems to have as much of a shot of any of them though, and everything sounds good so far...
  4. Holy #### that press conference. It was like an SNL cold opening skit come to life. And that press secretary seriously looks drunk/high/recently sobbing. I would be at least one of those things too if I had to go out there and try to channel Trump's wounded narcissistic rage without any of the showmanship/sleazy charm. Just plain painful. Four more years*! FML. *http://m.dailykos.com/story/2017/1/19/1622436/-MD-08-Freshman-congressman-with-guts-is-ready-to-file-articles-of-impeachment-against-Trump?detail=email&link_id=6&can_id=cf2251c0b6cb68b5f6759dd70164f0dd&so
  5. I definitely see the appeal of these developments. Although honestly, they're usually so new, trendy, contrived, and millenial-oriented that they can be a bit eye-rolling. That's just me being a hater though. I'm glad for anyone finding a way to drive less.
  6. Narcissistic insecurity + 140 character limit = the most childish Presidential statements in modern history. Or maybe just history. I don't know, maybe GW used to get drunk at the tavern and throw down.
  7. I could see an argument for not legitimizing (no pun intended) the questions by even addressing them. Which seems hilariously quaint in light of Trump activity on Twitter. But yeah, once he finally came out with it it felt a bit like "If you were going to do that, why the hell didn't you just do it at the beginning?" From a behaviorism point of view, it's the same as caving and buying your kid the toy after they've whined about it an hour - you're basically teaching them that's how to get their way in the future.
  8. So do we know whether Putin was at the pageant? Seems like there could/would be pictures of him there and possibly the two of them meeting if it happened in public. Or is that going to drop on Thursday?
  9. One of the "great" things about birtherism is that the high profile figures involved mostly didn't need to come out and say "Obama is illegitimate": they could just raise questions and innuendo, do some concern trolling, and let the internet trolls be the one to outright call him a Secret Kenyan Muslim Illegal Alien Demon from Hell. I just think John Lewis went a bit too far based on what we've actually established for certain at this point, and I'm surprised. Regardless of what information was/wasn't made available to voters through the hacking, nobody is seriously claiming (that I know of) t
  10. I agree. I think he could've used a different word that gets the point across without making that leap just yet. To say he's unfit to lead, or was elected under extremely questionable circumstances would be fair. But "illegitimate" is basically revolution talk. That's not to say that we won't end up there, but that wouldn't be an off-the-cuff kind of event, like you said.
  11. Haha yep. Don't want to be the odd man out in the echo chamber. So, uh...what should my talking points be?
  12. Gaming OCD is the worst. I get it like you described sometimes, but I also experience a need to play games all the way through, even though I'm not enjoying them. I have a list to keep track of what I want to play next, and once something gets on there it's really tough to bail on it. It's that same fear of missing out, like maybe the ending of the game is amazing and makes the whole slog up to that point worth it. Even if I manage to put it off, I still don't want to forget about it in case I need like 5000 hours of gaming to keep me occupied someday. So I created a "Time Wasters" list f
  13. I just started playing that too! Found it really hard to get into though, so I'm tabling it for now. I have a ton of experience with JRPG's from growing up, but very little CRPG experience, and I have not clue what I'm doing. I accidentally aggro'd like 20 dudes in the first town, and then when I tried to flee it left one of my characters frozen in battle the other was free to roam around the map again. It's gotten such good reviews though, I'd love to have another 80-hr rpg to sink my teeth into this year, along with Witcher 3.
  14. I keep telling myself that, and I'm increasingly confident that Trump will deliver. He's entering a world with a whole different set of rules where his antics just aren't going to fly. Whether you like him or hate him, it's going to be amazing entertainment. But then I play it out to the possible consequences. There are two ways I could see this going: 1) Trump gets the boot, and Pence takes over. Which I'd find even less appealing in a lot of ways. 2) Evidence continues to come out. 80% of the country becomes astounded at the level of illegal/corrupt/fundamentally unacceptable
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