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Technology is the key to the future- thank you for working so hard to help students reach their potential! Keep up the excellent work!
 
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Confirmed.
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Abbot and Costello meet the Fantastic Four honest to God is a movie I would pay to see.

Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch: Forbidden Love is a real possibility...
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Boys enjoy this.
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"Quicksilver is fast, but not as fast as the speed with which Erik abandoned him as a child." - Untrue, but still potentially the funniest thing I've read in awhile
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The joke you all deserve.
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Excellent explanation of how a free to play/microtransaction model can work. Integrate it into game play- if you make a game that's fun and challenging, I'll be more compelled to invest beyond an initial download. Creating artificial roadblocks and unnecessary timers come off as cheap and opportunistic to the point of stealing your lunch money.  Thanks to +Maj Kristina for passing this along. 
It's been an interesting month for mobile games, one that I believe clearly illustrates a split for the scene with the release of two high profile games, Blizzard's Hearthstone and Atari's RollerCoaster Tycoon 4. Hearthstone is a new game drawing from old concepts, but has seen great popularity in its [...]
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I will bookmark this and hopefully read it by this evening. 
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What could have been. +Vinny Parisi 
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Crudely drawn paper bag puppets with yarn for clothing would be better than what we're getting
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Poor Lois. But it was fun while it lasted, eh, Superdude? 
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+Vinny Parisi The next great movie from Fox
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"I can turn into a bucket" - Wonder Twin defecting from DC over to the Marvel side
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Get your game on!
 
The July issue of Indie Game Magazine is now available. We've got a NEW LOW PRICE for single issues, so please help support us by picking up a copy! #GameDev #IndieDev #indiegaming  

The Magazine is now 100% my baby, so my paycheck depends on people buying copies. The issue is over 50 pages long, and I wrote about 12 pages this month AND edited the entire thing. (My other editor was on vacation.) So... please help support me and the writing team?

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This month's Cover Story is Galaxy Heist, and epic Online Space FPS that mixes both open ship-to-ship combat, and FPS, squad based shooting. Don't miss it! Also this Month: We lift the lid on Virginia, a brand new story-driven experience. We've got an exclusive first look!
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Just came across this- have you heard?
Edgar Wright, Drew Goddard are off their Marvel projects as reports of behind-the-scenes turmoil surface.
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I hadn't read this article, but all of the news about Wright and Goddard came out last week.  I don't agree with most of what the article here is implying through heavy editorializing.

Ant-Man needed a script overhaul because it was originally conceived before the first Iron Man film. Edger Wright simply waited too long to pull the trigger. Of course he can't make the film he wanted to make nearly a decade ago, the entire MCU has been shaped since then and his film is no linger applicable/relevant. Marvel has a consistent universe to maintain, and a random Ant-Man film that doesn't have any ties to the MCU would be laughably out of place in 2015.

Let's be honest, no one was going to see Ant-Man because they like the character. They were going because they were fans of Edgar Wright. Will that impact ticket sales? Maybe. But now the Ant-Man film that we get will appeal to folks who are invested in the MCU, and I imagine that's a much bigger audience.
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I have an English degree and consider myself a Social Mediographer. I come up with a reading list and a playlist each season, I own stock in the History Channel, and 90% of my electricity use comes from watching Netflix. Proud member of the Industrial Designers Society of America and aspiring pop-up book creator.

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This was our second stay at The White House in Placencia, this time coming with our extended family for a total of six adults. We weren't sure how it would feel with a group this large, but we were happy to find that there was plenty of space and we never felt like we were on top of one another. As usual, we spent most of our time in the house on balcony watching boats on the water and enjoying the breeze. The balcony is covered, so you can be outside without frying in the sun. It is by far the best feature of the house. We stayed in one of the two bedrooms connected to the shared bath, and with the in-room door locks, we never had an issue sharing with the other couple. The beach right outside The White House is just as wonderful as we remembered. It’s the best place on the entire peninsula for swimming, since it has very little seaweed, rocks, or coral (compared to other places where there can be loads of seaweed growing on the ocean floor). We took a day trip with On the Hook, where we snorkeled and fished along the way to a private island where we had lunch prepared for us (including the fish we caught!). We had Vilma (caretaker Nick’s wife) cook a few of our meals for us and it was absolutely terrific! We highly recommend the Belizean Breakfast, which featured fried fish, fresh fry jacks with jam, and fruit salad. On top of preparing the meal, Yolanda took care of clean-up as well! It was like eating at a restaurant but from the luxury of our home! (As a tip for other guests: we had Vilma cater dinner the night before we left on our return trip home, so we would not have to worry about leaving any dirty dishes or leftovers). We tried a new restaurant this time, The Secret Garden (across from the big soccer field), which had great happy hour specials (the roasted garlic was phenomenal). The Pickled Parrot, a fixture of Placencia Village and personal favorite of ours, hosts trivia games on Thursday nights, complete with complementary jello shots in between rounds! We love that the house is right on the Placencia Sidewalk, making all the shops and restaurants of the village in easy walking distance. The only time we used our rental car was for day trips on the mainland, and one evening when we drove up to Maya Beach for a few games of bowling at Jaguar Lanes after a delicious early dinner at Maya Beach Bistro (check out their happy hour specials too!). All in all, we had an incredible trip and were so happy to share it with our family! We can’t wait to be back again next year! EDIT: Updated review to reflect our second stay at The White House in Placencia. (First visit, July 2015)
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