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|Gibbon on a bridge|
They learned how to suck their own cocks. But you can't tell kids in school that now, can you?
|FINAL FANTASY XV - Battle Gameplay |
well, at least these guys aren't wearing six different outfits all mashed together. That's... a start. Didn't another of their game previews start with people walking down stairs and being shot at?
|FINAL FANTASY XV - Battle Gameplay |
Young'in. Yeah, it does look a lot like Devil May Cry. Someone borrowed my copy of Borderlands and lost it, so they gave me Devil May Cry 4 as a replacement. That game sucked. I wrote a shitty review for it on Gamefaqs because I felt like it had to be taken down a few notches.
This looks A LOT like DMC4. Only it's got possibly lesbian Cloud and two other anemic looking dudes.
|Neodymium Magnets Reaching Terminal Velocity|
Hmm, seems like it needs a better soundtrack.
|man beats woman after being pepper sprayed on the bus|
And he cried and he cried, all the way home.
|Satellite Torture Victim Calls 911 100 Times 'Authorities' Refuse To Investigate |
Why not do something straightforward, like a miracle contest?
"Let's see who can walk on this filled bathtub."
"let's see who here can heal the mental illness of the other patients."
Just ask them over and over again to do something, anything at all that would be miraculous. Heal the sick. Bring a dead bird back to life. Something.
What would really be a trip would be if you tried that out, and the placebo effect worked. Say, maybe a patient believes one of them really is Jesus, and "Jesus" puts hands on the patient and suddenly the patient starts acting right. That... would be something. What would happen if the Jesuses tried to cure each other's mental illnesses?
|Dick Trickle Dies at 71 of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound|
then they're not as amusing down the list, until you get to Dick Trickle.
|SCIENTIFICALLY ACCURATE NINJA TURTLES|
They ruined April forever.
|Man loses life savings to a carnival game|
Or make him the professor at a new Carney College.
|The Almighty Loaf|
I dig it, man.
|Skyrim - Spending Time With Babette|
This video's a bit... eh... wrong.
But yeah, the Oblivion version of the Dark Brotherhood is sweet. There's one mission, I won't be spoiling too much by saying, that is set up like the game Clue. You're invited to a party with 5 other guests. You've got the only key to get out. Everyone there thinks there's a chest with gold in in that they have to find to get out, and of course, there is no chest. You get a bonus if you can manage to kill everyone without anyone suspecting you were the murderer all along.
What's great is you can mingle and talk to people and you pretty much find out that they all had it coming somehow. You can even get people to suspect the others once people start dying off. You can do things like steal all of the food and lay out poison apples so when people get hungry, they eat the apples and croak. Or you can murder them in their sleep. If you feel like it you can just go berserk and forfeit the bonus.
The best part of that, for me, was getting other people to suspect someone else was the murderer, triggering a fight, and them doing part of my job for me. There's just so many ways to have fun with just that one mission.
The Dark Brotherhood questline and the jobs they give you can be really detailed. There's one where you have to break back into the same prison you escaped from in the beginning of the game, to kill the guy who was talking trash about you (that's not why he has to die, it's just icing on the cake). The guard presence is insane, well, it'll make sense why when you play, but there's a lot of sneaking and sticking to the shadows necessary. The target isn't hard to kill, it's just getting there that's murder.
I found it harder to justify being an assassin in Skyrim versus Oblivion. In Oblivion, everyone you come across has really done someone wrong and has it coming, for the most part. You're only really killing bad people, and there's one exception where you have to save a jerk, but for the most part, the missions are fairly satisfying. In Skyrim it seems like the missions, and side missions, are just to take out people who were a mild annoyance. Who would commission the DB to take out a homeless guy? I mean I can see wanting to put the poor guy out of his misery but doing the whole ritual? Seriously? If they wanted the guy dead that bad it wouldn't have been that hard to just do it themselves. One poor bastard dies just because he saw two people from rival families getting intimate and managed to congratulate the girl on their love. She probably took it as if he was going to blackmail her, but he just happened to be out hunting and saw what he saw, and was dumb enough to not realize how his words might end up getting him in trouble.
I justify the Dark Brotherhood in Skyrim by telling myself it's the only kind of democracy the people really have. Sometimes the people are jerks, but it's still just about the only way the will of the people will ever get done.
|The Wacky World of Miniature Golf Starring Eugene Levy|
Jesus, this hurt to watch. Game looks like it was designed in MSPaint.
wow, if I wanted to play a ripoff of Mortal Kombat II, I'd just play a ROM of Mortal Kombat II.
|ToeNails for PoeTV.com |
Are they going to have their own offshoot one day as well?
|ToeNails for PoeTV.com |
Bo News is still a thing?
|How Games Make Love|
I don't speak french but I imagine the Tetris guy was like 'this isn't going to work, there's just something missing.'
|Brian Blessed IS Vulgar|
Sadly, it'll probably end up on a sound board and used to make crank calls.
|Atheists Trying To 'Finish The Job' Of Bringing Down The Twin Towers|
5 for evil.
|Homosexuality & The Bible 1|
There are scary splinter groups of people who call themselves Christians who say they practice magick. They tend to have some really weird extra beliefs as to why it's okay for them to do it, which revolve around being chosen for some special mission.
A friend of mine, who was into the occult stuff and rather dark side, got approached by this preacher guy when he was eating at Denny's, of all places. The preacher dude just got some kind of vibe from my friend, or maybe he overhead him talking about things, but he wanted to have an actual spiritual duel with my friend, right then and there. My friend was like "Bye bye. Bye now. Okay bye. Byyyyyeee bye. Buh-bye" over and over again until they escorted the crazy preacher out of there.
Anyway, Christianity itself might not have its own form of magick, but some people will dabble anyway and convince themselves it's okay somehow.
|Victorinox Rescue Tool Demo |
I imagine this could also be quite handy for breaking and entering.
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