Sep 17

Umm that character is in a bodysuit not naked, you know the kind that a huge amount of Mecha shows have. Also this whole game is basically story telling and character development it’s even arranged like a visual novel and has 13 intertwining perspectives that create a larger narrative. Also just because something has Read more

Sep 16

The game is being praised mainly because of its story telling. Not sure we’re you got the impression it doesn’t have a decent narrative. Or did you just assume it was anime schlock because of a few ecchi tropes?

Aug 31

Well that settles it. I’ll never put Continental Tires on my Mitsubishi now.

Aug 25

This comment is a whole lot of whataboutery.

Jul 28

I’ve already mapped out where all the one-lane bridges are just in case.

Jul 22

The good news is you won’t endure the agony of burning to death, because that Buick 3800 will crush your skull from behind after those welds fail.

Jun 4

It’s crazy that you can’t name a class that only you see “Assault” because naughty words or whatever but people can carry on with any racist name they please. 

Oct 29

I am actually loving the new CoD maps and am glad they went away from the three lanes matches. I am, an older gamer, and by older I mean mid thirties. In previous COD game it was impossible for me to keep up with the competition. When it comes to twitch reflexes and speed, I can’t compete with these young kids. Read more

Oct 1 2019

God, if this doesn’t win COTD there is no justice in the world.

Sep 9 2019

Teslas are designed to allow new parts to be swapped in. Computers, Autopilot hardware, batteries, motors, etc. The dream is that you buy the car once and then just upgrade parts as needed. You could keep the same shell of the car for decades.

Sep 8 2019

New hardware tech is one thing, but new software capabilities can be added over the air. The ability to add features later via software is a reason to hold onto a vehicle. I don’t think anyone but Tesla has attempted this yet. 

Sep 8 2019

It’s an interesting concept as Tesla has continued to support the software of their cars. However that support will eventually have to end. That being said, Tesla is light years ahead of other companies in this regard, as most don’t support the software of their cars after the car is made.

Sep 8 2019

I pulled a 50+ year old truck out of a field. $2k in parts would have gotten it back on the road relatively safely and reliably under my own shade-tree mechanics.  I’m bumping that investment up another $3k for removing the inconvenience of drum brakes and a carburetor... I couldn’t imagine trying to get an EV in Read more

Jul 18 2019

You all disgust me. Let’s speculate on the motive of the killer, or bitch about Japan’s attitude about mental health treatment.


People are dead now! Have some fucking respect!

Jul 17 2019

I think they call it Metal Gear Syndrome. Anyone affected and traumatized by war gets an animal name then becomes drawn to war like a moth to a flame. It’s all there in Dr Kojima’s Handbook of medical facts.

Jul 16 2019

Agreed. If these were $40-$60 a pair, like the wiimote and nunchuck were back in the day, one could understand if they weren’t the most durable. But at $80, that extra $20-$40 better be used towards durable parts. Especially as Nintendo gears more towards children and amateurs, the type of people more likely to be Read more