While I’m generally digging the DLC, I absolutely hated the Cerberus fight even if I can respect the devs trying something new here. The thing is that it’s been over a month since I last played Odyssey, so for the game to just instantly throw me in a pretty challenging boss fight instead of giving me some time to get… Read more
That’s funny, I’m actually enjoying Liberation more than I did 3 (had never played either original). 3 was just so sprawling and constantly distracting you from the urgent objective you were supposed to pursue in favor of things that seemed tangential to the plot and largely low stakes. Read more
Yeah, it seems like he wants it both ways. He wants to say “This isn’t your grandpa’s Superman!”, but that’s all there is; he’s not today’s Superman either, because there’s nothing there but a giant fuck you to the idea that he should act like a hero. When Jonathan tells him maybe he should just let people die instead… Read more
Aside from Snyder exhibiting a certain amount of contempt for the vision of superheroes that, uh, lots of fans of superheroes have, what strikes me about it is how much seems like bad storytelling from the standpoint that it only works by trading on that same prior relationship the part of his audience he’s smug about… Read more
I don’t know, I’ve never known a dog to bark for 20 minutes if they were eating or playing with their human, or having their tummy scratched. Dogs can absolutely and normally and humanely be quiet. Barking has a purpose and if they’re barking incessantly, it means their humans aren’t paying attention to what they’re… Read more
I feel like the appropriate avenue to deal with this through the law is animal cruelty ones. A dog who does that shit is abused and in a regular state of mental distress.
It’s not “what dogs do,” it’s “what abused and/or neglected dogs do.”
Usually dogs continuously bark because they are anxious or bored. The issue is with the owner.
Basically, the dogs are being abused or at least neglected already. Dogs don’t bark constantly unless they are not being paid attention. That means training, playing with them, walking them and being there for them. These poor things are miserable. the owner shouldn’t have them, but they probably aren’t doing anything … Read more
Dog lover here. If your dog is barking more than 15 minutes straight and there is nothing wrong, they are experiencing anxiety. If you find out your dog is continually barking they are saying they need attention, exercise or their environment is distressing. I have a dog that barks when someone comes to the door or is… Read more
This issue is NOT the dog’s fault, it is the owner’s fault and if it can’t be resolved neighbor to neighbor and calling the police doesn’t help, this is the result. People are inconsiderate assholes and most inconsiderate assholes have horrible animals that they don’t try to train and control. I happen to live next… Read more
I own two dogs (including a barky-ass scottie) and would love this.
Our next door neighrbors have two incredibly barky dogs and a doggy door. Their dogs bark nonstop all day. Thankfully not all night. But it is really annoying. Our house is well-insulated so it’s NBD inside. But it makes being outside really… Read more