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First commute to work on the trike. It was an adventure... because I had to choose paths where my low visibility would not be a problem.
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lmao I squinted and was like damn that flag is huge oh wait lol
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I knew it all along.
<span>They were down in the White House kitchen eating Popsicles when he asked if he could tell her a secret.</span>
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In all seriousness though, the US does fund and manipulate private and foreign mercenary groups in proxy wars. ISIS was funded and assisted to take down the assad regime by the US.
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No Man's Sky: Finally got that crashed ship I found on a very very inhospitable world back in the sky. I've been going all over trying to find components to fix things and to make a lot more warp cells for the hyperdrive.

SPOILER FROM HERE.

I went to the Atlas and got directions to a wormhole through a black hole that should let me put these rim worlds behind me. On the other side of the hole, stuff gets real.

This ship wasn't that much of an upgrade. A couple improvements, one more cargo slot... I just wanted to make a change.
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+Derrick Whittet I've no doubt it'll get tweaked as the game matures. I don't foresee much though. doesn't seem like there'll be much in the way of "Star Wars" space combat. so hyper-realistic flight control will not be a priority I'm sure. 
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In honor of catching Jynx in Pokemon Go this morning, a look at a couple of tools that help trainers see just how good their Pokemon would be in a fight. Let's see where Jynxie stands, shall we?
I found this Jynx wandering around Main Street in Hartford this morning outside a sportswear shop. She was getting depressed at how thin all the mannequins in the window display were, and I was getting depressed right along side her. As we munched Razz Berries in shared suffering, she probably ...
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I guess it's a little soon to give up on Pokemon GO!. I was stopped waiting to cross the street on the way to work and my phone gave a little Pokemon-ish buzz. I've pretty much stopped worrying about grabbing random Pokemon since I did the Lucky Egg-fueled jump to level 16 a couple weeks back.

Expecting a Pidgey or another Rattata (this particular corner is famous for its Rattatas), I saw a Jynx FAR beyond my level. But several Great Balls and many Razz Berries later, she agreed to fight with me in the future.

Still, even though there's occasional bright spots left in the game, with the demise of all tracking I'm finding very little incentive to go out hunting. Sometimes I'll just leave it going and see what happens, like today, but when the tracker just shows Pidgeys and Zubats that you wouldn't want even if you COULD track them down, well....

We don't all get to play in downtown Manhattan.
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Silph Road says she's a good example of her species, but Poke Assistant says even maxed out, she won't be a good fighter.

But it was nice to grab a rare like that for sure.
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"A Fountain of Party Members" - They're just lying around for anyone to pick up, apparently.

After having freed the unusually buff wizard Dimsdale Buttertub from his cell, the party returned to the yuan-ti sleeping quarters, defeated the curious lizard folk, and reclaimed the halfling’s possessions. Being the completionists that they are, the…
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Cat enjoying his new Catrike.
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It's a mystery. I could make a second cat -- a LARGER cat -- from the hair he leaves.
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Nobody said the DM has to be fair. :)
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Cactuar Dunes is open in Final Fantasy Exvius Brave this weekend. You will want to be spending all your energy farming these guys.

One of the worst aspects of the game is having to relevel every unit when it's awoken to the next level of rarity. Quests don't give enough XP, and the Experience vortex hits a point of diminishing returns in the 30s.

This event is key to building a strong team for taking on the increasingly difficult fights in the Coliseum, the Advanced encounter in the current Demon vortex, and that accursed White Dragon.

So yeah, I'll be farming these things all weekend.
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Our adventures in Neverwinter Nights 2 bring us to the quarantined Blacklake District, and a meeting with an old... "friend"....
Thought it was time for Kasul to get star billing. As he and Shandra say their tearful goodbyes…. for now, folks. For now. Those two crazy kids will meet again, I promise. But what's happening? You thought Kasul and I were playing FFXIV? Well, *I* am, sometimes. Kasul and I decided that we ...
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Yeah, once you get past the movement.... I don't know why this is such a problem for games. I'd have thought it was a solved problem from Neverwinter Nights 1!
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Three days of "Blogust" done! This is gonna get super exhausting by the end of the month.
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Deciding to game rather than write is what causes my long droughts in the first place :P
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Web developer, bicyclist, gamer, writer, Supra and Celica owner.
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Interested in web development, programming, photography, 80s Toyotas, gaming, blogging, bicycling, puns.
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Why Bother - Scenes From A Multiverse
amultiverse.com

Remember, folks, gun laws can’t work because laws don’t work. Otherwise we’d have laws. Have a fantastic Monday!

Hartford Death Fest Feat. Internal Bleeding - Tickets - The Webster Unde...
www.webstertheater.com

The New York-based INTERNAL BLEEDING have been slugging it out in the underground since 1991. One of the pioneers of the New York death meta

Nevergrind - Indie Browser RPG
nevergrind.com

Classic Everquest p1999 Indie browser RPG

Befallen
www.nobleknight.com

Once it was a fortress temple for the paladins of Marr, but only evil now lurks in Befallen. A primal, nameless evil that calls to its own,

Exclusive: Arrow's Diggle (David Ramsey) Talks Suicide Squad and Green L...
comicbook.com

Diggle is an integral part of Oliver Queen's team on the hit CW show, Arrow. Having spoken to the [...]

a review of Pandora's Star
www.goodreads.com

Wow, that was a thick book. Not long from now, humanity develops both instantaneous space travel via wormholes and immortality and spreads t

a review of Triplanetary
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Difficult to rate this, really, since early 20th century science fiction is more about the past -- our real world past -- than about any giv

a review of Silence Is Deadly
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There's this one Lloyd Biggle Jr book I never finished, and I keep picking up his books wondering if this is the one. So far, I haven't foun

a review of Leviathan Wakes
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Hard science fiction in the tradition of such great writers as CJ Cherryh and William Barton. The fragile peace between Earth, Mars and the

a review of The Peripheral
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Finished William Gibson's "The Peripheral". A barely employed woman from a rural near future subs for her brother as a game beta tester and

Humble Indie Bundle 12
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Glory to the Humble Indie Bundle 12! Pay what you want for up to 7 indie games.

Female wins The Longsword Competition at the World Invitationals.
www.thegeekocracy.com

Modern day female longsword expert wins the The Longsword Competition at the World Invitationals.

Does Nintendo hate gays?
www.itworld.com

The company finds itself embroiled in a controversy over same-sex marriage in one of its video games.

The Wii U continues to drag Nintendo down; here's what they need to do t...
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Nintendo posted some grim financials yesterday, mostly due to the Wii U collecting dust on store shelves. I share my ideas for turning thing

Level 3 confirms what we already knew: our ISPs suck
www.itworld.com

Does your ISP care about the quality of your Internet connection? Signs point to no.

Sony and Microsoft have nothing to fear from EA-Comcast streaming deal
www.itworld.com

Comcast and EA are reported to be close to closing a deal to bring streaming EA games to Comcast's X1 cable box. A financial journalist thin

This AI tells you if your website is too cluttered
arstechnica.com

Can predict how clear a design looks to the human eye with 95% accuracy.

1988 Video Privacy Protection Act rises up and bites Hulu
www.itworld.com

Once again a law intended to protect your VHS rental history is being used to squeeze a streaming company.

Oversized portions. Fantastic food.
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Pretty good used book selection. A little overstocked on romance.
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Lovely place with great staff.
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