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I don't want to sound like a broken record about Star Citizen, but to anyone on the fence, you should know they're still doing a free fly week until February 8th AND that on the 14th, they are going to start splitting the single player and multiplayer portions into two separate packages to buy. If you grab a pledge before then, you save yourself some money.

I've been assuming for some time now that at launch, it will be two games, each at normal AAA price ($60).

$40 now for Squadron 42 and Star Citizen sure beats paying perhaps $120 later.

You can register and try it free now and see what you think.

https://robertsspaceindustries.com/enlist?referral=STAR-FH6N-TWPY
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Sarah and I are discussing our favorite performances of broadway showtunes.

She said I went from 12% gay to 13% gay. Apparently I leveled up in a gay skill. +1 to Gay!

Jimmy Carr (one of my favorite British comedians) says he has had plenty of gay experiences. He has had moments where he found a chocolate desert to die for, or he has seen a pair of shoes he absolutely had to buy. But he has never had the gay experience where he wanted to stick a cock in his mouth and/or bum.

I'm not gay enough to be attracted to men, but I am just gay enough to really enjoy broadway musicals.
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Now that's what I call a Hacker - Friday, November 20, 2015 - Founder's blog
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Yep. I don't have use for them personally but I love that they were shared.
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So I started watching some potato-level Visual Studio tutorials. In all of them, they select a Class and a Method with autocomplete/intellisense. But in doing so, it auto-magically adds parenthesis and a semicolon. It does not do this for me, and I'm not seeing an option for this. Is Resharper the only way to do this? Or am I missing something really basic?
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Looks like there are a couple of different types of "intellisense." If you're just hitting Ctrl+Space, you might be able to use Parameter Info or List Members instead to get it to behave differently. I would play around with it but I'm at work and don't want to take the time to download visual studio right now.

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hcw1s69b.aspx
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I know a lot of people said they were holding off on backing Star Citizen until more of a game was playable, but if you didn't hear, 2.0 is live for some test users right now and should go live to everyone real soon. This includes the FPS combat, new ships and the first iteration of the persistent universe.

If for whatever reason you haven't backed Star Citizen yet, you can use this link and get a bonus of in game money (used to purchase ships and upgrades). Star Citizen just hit $99 million in funding and may literally hit $100 million before the day ends. While the stretch goals ended at $65 million, some are speculating they might do a special reward for people who back before $100 million because it is a nice round number and a huge threshold.

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Enlist now. Your Roberts Space Industries account is your entry into the RSI Community and Star Citizen itself: once you have downloaded and installed the game, you can log in with these credentials. Private informationNever share these with any other player or outside this site, ...
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I started using a phrase that I hope catches on, but I'm not sure it will.

Adorkable. For example, this is adorkable.

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This is the most erotic image in the history of the internet.

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Is a Bioware without Greg Zeschuk, Ray Muzyka and David Gaider still Bioware?
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Disney has released a free version of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens score online. The free version has tracks not in the retail version. It doesn't open with the traditional Star Wars opening crawl music which is odd.

Edit: The official download link has MP3s with no metadata. I added all that and then put them on my Google Drive if any of you want to download versions with track names and the such.

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0ByQ741hPsLB-UEJ6dGhwU3BLMU0&usp=sharing
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To anyone who has called Star Citizen vaporware or a scam because a few internet trolls said so, this is actual gameplay video of the current alpha that you can play yourself now. It is basically the exact opposite of vaporware, and it looks amazing. And there is a lot more yet still to come.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xf4zCCjBwOA
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If you pledge now, you can play the new alpha right away and there is a "free fly" promotion where you can test out all the ships currently in game until December 14th. And if you use this link, you'll get bonus in game currency.

https://robertsspaceindustries.com/enlist?referral=STAR-FH6N-TWPY
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So CBS is making a new Star Trek series. With the JJ Abrams reboots (of which I am generally a fan), there has been discussion about what counts as valid or real Star Trek.

TOS innovated, but it wasn't necessarily Star Trek truly at its best. Occasionally it had some moral dilemmas, and good character interactions, but it also frequently fell in the realm of camp. But it was a low budget 1960s series.

With TNG it really hit its stride. It built upon some of the work established in the better Star Trek movies and moved it even further.

We had some episodes of truly great sci-fi writing, though this was still before the DVR and Internet eras, so the universe had to return to the status quo at the end of most episodes. You couldn't have lengthier, more complicated plots for the most part (save for some excellent exceptions like Worf's backstory).

The reboot movies have screwed up one thing, and it wasn't pandering to the masses or making entertaining action movies. Honestly, that is fine. Their failing was being inconsistent in its own universe. You can teleport at warp to a moving target at warp because the story calls for it in the first reboot, but you can't teleport Spock who is falling into a volcano because it would hurt a dramatic beat. They have to be careful that they do not treat technology as fickle and inconsistent magic (one of the failings of Doctor Who).

But most important, we need a return to this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xh_t2fFF3B0
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trek geeks have been arguing about what counts as valid trek since TNG.  I'll second your call for giving the shows' viewers enough respect to not make a mockery of big-letter scifi and instead write slopy "syfy".

 Dr. Who's "Moon is an egg" scenario is not insulting because the Moon is an egg, I'll suspend my disbelief for that -- it's a good plot twist and fairly original idea.  I won't stand for the Moon's total mass increasing as the embryo grows though.

It's all the more upsetting because some older Dr. Who episodes (DW,TOS?) actually were vehicles for educating the show's young viewers in real science.  Now when watching the show's reboot, I have to resign myself to the fact that I'm watching a Fantasy.
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