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Stuart Kerrison
Lives in Heggedal, near Oslo, Norway
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I have to say I agree totally with what this guy has to say. I thought Bloodborne was a fantastic game, but I just don't have the patience to go through the same thing over and over again, just because I died somewhere. For me, it makes this game the worst thing a game can be - boring!!
If there had been the possibility to save as you go along (like many other great games) I would have played this to the end. As it is, I don't see it taking up space on my HD much longer.
A game only gets to make one first impression – and with me, Bloodborne blew it.
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I am agree with Stuart
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Oooh, uncomfortable facts. - Probably best to keep on denying this is really happening, hey?
 
Today polar bears are starving to death because global warming is wiping out their food supply (seals via sea ice).   And it is probably too late to save their species from extinction.  But tomorrow, it will be humans who face starvation as our best farmlands are turned to dustbowls.  By the 2080s global warming will create permanent drought from California to Kansas.  But unlike the polar bears, there is still a chance to change our fate if we begin a rapid phase out of fossil fuels beginning this decade. We need BOTH  a carbon tax and a global climate change treaty ASAP. Will you be voting Democrat in 2016?
Climate change has reduced ice in the Arctic to record lows in the past year, forcing animals to range further in search of food
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"I told you we shouldn't have skimped on that spell checker."
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Be careful. It might create parallel porno universes. 
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Thinking of using Apple Pay? Don't leave your cash at home.
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"I wanted to hate the Surface 3 for its cheapness, but in fact it's surprisingly, disappointingly good," writes our technology reviewer John Davidson.
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Brilliant! Definitely the funniest thing I've read so far this year...
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Every time you see Fox News on a TV screen, remember this.
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How to confuse the Pope.
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YIEERY -XHALEHM.... is on its way shhhh
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Another religious bully who will never be president. 
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Hobbies are tech stuff and supporting my local football team (that's soccer to you US guys).
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Audio consultant, concert FOH sound engineer and Stabæk Football supporter in my spare time. My job involves regular international travel. 


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30 years as international touring sound engineer. Now audio consultant and representative for a leading global sound reinforcement systems manufacturer. Married to my wonderful Norwegian wife with one beautiful daughter and a fantastic grandson.
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Heggedal, near Oslo, Norway
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Adelaide - Melbourne - Sydney - Norwich - London
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Old, castle style hotel in wonderful surroundings. The rooms reflect the age of the building, being very basic with no air conditioning (it can get really hot and humid there) and useless WiFi. The windows are old and thin and you can hear everything going on outside which can be a bummer if deliveries happen early in the morning. On the last night I was there, the restaurant experience was fantastic!! Amazing food from a chef who really makes every course an experience and service from guys who understand that great service is an art. French food as it was meant to be. Not cheap, but worth it for the experience.
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Quality: GoodFacilities: Poor - FairService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great hotel. Quiet, comfortable rooms with dark curtains and effective air conditioning. Incredibly comfortable bed. Restaurant was excellent and breakfast was as I would expect it to be. Not cheap, but a good choice if you have an early flight from CDG.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Very Good
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reviewed a year ago
Clean but basic hotel, 15 minutes from CDG airport. Often full of package tour clients. Restaurant is very average, as is the breakfast. Plusses - the rooms are quiet (thick walls) and the curtains are dark. Big minuses - the air conditioning doesn't work (it only blows air) and the "WiFi" is so slow it's unusable. Friendly and helpful staff.
Quality: GoodFacilities: Poor - FairService: Good
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Small, family-style hotel with good, friendly service. Restaurant varies from great to OK, probably depending on which chef is working that night. No air conditioning and it can get uncomfortably hot and humid in the rooms in summer. Possible to hear other guests conversations and TV in other rooms which can provide an unwelcome wake-up-call on days when you would like to sleep in. WiFi varies from OK to bad depending on which room you are in and/or the time of day and how many other people are on it. Breakfast is basic.
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Quality: GoodFacilities: GoodService: Very Good
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