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Henry Wright
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Please, please, pleeeaaase~
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So good to see some practical advice on YouTube these days.
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The most important FCC vote of our lifetime is about to happen, but Congress is trying to kill net neutrality. Help us change history.
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Oh my, what's this?
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Any thoughts, +Chris Smout?
This juicy, mouth-watering burger looks so tasty and meaty. Wait, did I say meaty? I mean veggie. It's called the Impossible Burger and it's made entirely from plants.
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Pah...looks it as well.
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President Obama sure did care a lot about net neutrality ... until he became President! Tell him to keep his word.
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In The Cove, a team of activists and filmmakers infiltrate a heavily-guarded cove in Taiji, Japan. In this remote village they witness and document activities deliberately being hidden from the public: More than 20,000 dolphins and porpoises are being slaughtered each year and their meat, containing toxic levels of mercury, is being sold as food in Japan, often times labeled as whale meat. The majority of the world is not aware this is happening...
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I think we're due a second episode on this subject, specifically due to the events of the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy, and specifically-specifically Lightning Returns.

And don't forget Final Fantasy XI this time!

Also, Final Fantasy Legend technically doesn't count, since it's actually the first game in the SaGa series. Incidentally, the same is true of Final Fantasy Adventure actually being a "premake" (if you will) of Sword of Mana.
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My brothers! #Galka  
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Surprised to see my local library pop up at the end, there!
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I was waiting for this to appear, mainly because it includes all the DLC on the disc. Between this and Saints Row IV: Re-Elected, it's a good time for sandbox games that are way better than Watch Underscore Dogs!
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Except the original AssCreed wasn't marketed out of all reasonable proportion to become the single most overhyped game in recent memory (with the possible exception of Destiny).
Ubisoft exec Lionel Raynaud admits game had flaws, but did succeed in establishing "brand and promise."
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Yup, expectation warps enjoyment of a game on release. It's a double edged blade.
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24. Male. Gamer. Techie. Strutter. Coffeehouse culture fiend. Spiritual galka.
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Well, apart from what has already been stated above, I'm a Japanophile, big on tech and FOSS.
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Over 90% completion rate for PlayStation trophies
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    2010
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Sample the Autumn Collection while you can! The sausage and caramelized onion toastie is sublime, the chocolate orange mocha latte is beyond gorgeous, and the rest of the selection is pretty delish, too. And, if you're too late, Costa's normal range is great, as well. The one problem I have with the place is that the atmosphere of a coffeehouse is supposed to evoke two main feelings in its clientèle: warmth and cosiness. And, though they’ve done the best with what they have, said evocation is mitigated somewhat when said clientèle can’t avoid the sight of both the (rather ugly) local branch of Argos and the usually-dreary British weather through the window that completely comprises the largest wall of your establishment.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I've been here many times in the past few months and the quality of service has never wavered. If anything, it has increased, thus ensuring my continued patronage for many months to come! I love their muffins (the "savoury English" kind, not the "large cupcake" kind, though they're pretty good, too!), and the wide range of panini is great for when you want something more substantial. And as for the caramel waffles? You'll have to pry them from the cold, dead spaces between my teeth! The range of ice-blended milkshakes and fruit drinks have been life-savers during the recent hot weather and, although I'm not really a fan of straight coffee, their espresso is the nicest I've had so far. But the crème-de-la-crème of their liquid artistry is the Hot Chocolate Milano. Trust me: save this one solely for very special occasions.
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