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This winter storm is madness.
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Hey, middle & high school teachers. Please don't do this:  http://bit.ly/1Fo2evV
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Dawning Star is a science-fiction role-playing game with "firm science" background elements. It is a multi-genre game that spans the possibilities from space opera to urban drama to military science-fiction. The original d20 version, Dawning Star: Operation Quick Launch, was the first d20 Future full campaign sourcebook, and launched the setting. It was following by Dawning Star: Helios Rising. In 2014, the publisher launched a Kickstarter for Da...
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What do you think? Should I jump on this offer?
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I don't know, you could spend a lot less getting a baby, or a lot more. But looking at the other babies designed by Berenguer, I wouldn't hold out hope for much in the way of customization.
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Saying all psychology can be reduced to neuroscience is like saying cooking can be reduced to chemistry. 
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No. Just no.
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And here we go.
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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RPG Museum is always looking for edits on favorite games. This content in this article is very old and mostly cribbed from Wikipedia, so any assistance would be appreciated. 
Template:Infobox RPG True20 is an award winning universal generic role-playing game designed by Steve Kenson and published by Green Ronin Publishing.
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The Pathfinder article on RPG Museum could use some love. If you would like to comment on the game mechanics or the publication history of the game, please feel free to jump in.
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Rolemaster just got some love on RPG Museum. Does anyone want to help spiff this article up with some more info, particularly historical info?
Rolemaster offers advanced and expert role players the opportunity to take part in a game filled with gritty realism and exciting open-ended dice roles where the only limit is your imagination. Rolemaster is a very detailed, consistent and intuitive system designed for those who want more out of their gaming experience. It is an extremely customizable skill-based system where character development is truly in the hands of the player as every skil...
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That sense of relief when someone threatens to block you and seems to actually do it.
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If you don't believe in gravity, evolution, the law of large numbers, or psychology, you're not going to be on the winning side of reality. 
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I'm the type of guy #thumpforhumpday  
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The second worst oil change of my life. First, they tried to convince me to change the serpentine belt, which is only a year old. Then, they wanted to change the cabin air filter. I told them that there was debris in the system from one of the vent air filters breaking down, so I didn't want to do it unless they could also vacuum out the system. They were not able to do that, but asked me two more times about the cabin air filter. Then, they carefully put the cabin air filter back in, taking care not to remove a stray pine needle and a dead leaf from the filter. They didn't even brush away the dead leaves next to the panel they opened. This is by far the most passive-aggressive experience I have ever had. There was also a leak in the windshield wiper fluid, causing the fluid to all dribble out while I watched. I asked about it, and the guy literally just shrugged, as if it were strange I wanted to know what was leaking. So, I drove home, and when I got home, decided to take a closer look at the serpentine belt and the window wiper fluid bulb. But after popping the hood, I went around pulled on the hood release, which came off in my hand without resistance. Even though the material was not even brittle, it was clearly broken, and the last time the hood was opened was when I added some antifreeze a month or two ago. So I went back and complained about the broken hood latch. They argued with me about it, tried to claim I broke it myself, and then reviewed the camera footage, which showed the service tech struggling to figure out the latch. We argued some more, and they hauled out the poor service tech guy, who swore he didn't break it. When asked what happened, he described popping the trunk, then pushing the latch in and pulling it. Problem is, the latch doesn't push in. It's just a two finger handle you pull. Despite this admission, all I got was that a regional manager would review the camera video and call me back. If they will agree to pay for the damage, I might consider raising my review from 1 to 2 stars. After all, its not the problem, it's how you handle the problem that matters. I don't feel like anyone there cared at all. If they don't take care of the repair, and it turns out to be expensive, I may consider legal action.
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