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It seems like a natural response to activist movements, such as BLM and feminism, asking that those in a position of privilege relative to the minority being advocated for ought to step aside and act more as supporters rather than outspoken leaders of said movements. Ultimately both sides are effectively asking for the disenfranchised party to possess their own agency, that absence of which is often exactly the problem. The Right's version is almost always flippant, rather than earnest.
I appreciate examples like Dark Souls, in which different/more enemies spawn, and many enemies have access to a larger moveset.
Shooters are tough though, because shooters are all pretty basic when it comes to controls and player mechanics; you aim and shoot, regardless of whether that's the Duck Hunter gun or Destiny's supers.
« on: January 17, 2018, 02:41:49 AM »
Kill Chief and just sever all ties to the old Halo.
Also super weird that they're going straight to DkS1, and not Demon's Souls for a remaster. They definitely could have gotten away with doing both back to back and making even more money from it.
I agree that DkS1 is better than DS, but it's still a fantastic game that's actually aged pretty well and I'm sure a ton of DkS fans would love to play if it wasn't exclusively on PS3. I especially love its level design and lack of bonfires, relying solely on opening logical shortcuts.
« on: January 14, 2018, 04:58:47 PM »
Stuff like tarzan rope swinging in ep 3 is pretty dumb though I'll admit
Happens in RotJ too
Get a meat thermometer you can use in the oven. Preheat the oven to 375, and put a pan on the stove on medium high. Let the steak rest on the counter for a few minutes, pat dry, and lightly coat it in olive oil, salt, and pepper. Sear for two minutes each side, then put the pan in the oven with a slice of butter on the steak. Cook about 5 minutes each side, using the meat thermometer to remove the steak at 120 degrees, or 125 for more medium than rare. Put the steak aside, lightly tented with foil to rest for another few minutes. Eat.
If the steak has a big strip of fat, make cuts along the fat, pointing the knife towards the steak, and it won't curl up. Make sure you sear the fuck out of that fat strip while you sear the rest of the steak.
« on: January 03, 2018, 10:14:16 PM »
Submit completely, move slowly and keep your hands away from your body, have a will written, etc.
soyboy is probably the most pathetic insult ever
Did hbomber ever do his followup video to his soyboy episode?
« on: January 01, 2018, 01:58:44 AM »
I guess it's a good thing you aren't a cop. Such a mindset would just get you killed.Sure you would.reports have claimed the innocent man was shot because he raised his hands, then dropped them.What if he had a gun?
I'm in the navy, and the current position is that we'd rather let a ship take a missile or a plane get shot down than wrongly kill civilians, knowing full well people may die as a result
You didn't answer the question, though.
« on: January 01, 2018, 01:48:10 AM »
Sure you would.reports have claimed the innocent man was shot because he raised his hands, then dropped them.What if he had a gun?
Would you prefer to get shot, or murder somebody?
« on: January 01, 2018, 01:27:26 AM »
reports have claimed the innocent man was shot because he raised his hands, then dropped them.What if he had a gun?
Kind of a pointless question. If I were a cop I'd rather get shot than murder an innocent person.
« on: December 31, 2017, 04:35:00 PM »
Piggybacking off the swatting thread, reports have claimed the innocent man was shot because he raised his hands, then dropped them. Maybe some legal experts need to chime in here, but where are the laws saying I need to do what police say, even on my own property, and if I don't I can be justifiably shot?
I completely understand police are charged with giving lawful orders and they have to be obeyed; I'm talking about their ability to shoot or kill you for not doing so.
This is fake
« on: December 26, 2017, 05:48:44 PM »
I disagree with that generalization, but it's probably because anime and Japanese culture aren't westernized and relateable, so jumping in on a what is effectively an arthouse character piece wrought with eastern cultural implications and criticism tends to be off-putting and yields ignorant interpretations. Kind of like the first time a suburban white guy listens to underground hip hop or gangster rap and thinks it's garbage; introduction to the culture via shonen or more western anime may help a viewer understand the meaning of other aspects of Japanese media.