blastprocessing
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blastprocessing
Sep 20 2019
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In the one session since last weekend, I got to the first Hell Guard in Doom (2016) and I hate it. I know I’m just bad at the game and need to get good but what I hate is that the game is about frenetic action that takes advantage of environments and is about a one vs many struggle, and then the boss fights are Read more

Sep 19 2019
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Loved him in Cleveland, glad he got paid (even if it was by the Yankees). 

Sep 19 2019
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One guy saw Neil DeGrasse Tyson on a subway and pretended he didn’t know who he was and made fun of him on social media. People didn’t realize he was joking and wrecked his life. Read more

Sep 18 2019
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I remember he came and spoke at my college when the comic strip was just breaking wide, and the substance of his talk was “I don’t work very hard, and it’s great.”

Sep 18 2019
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If we’re being true to life, Stefan Heck defeats Jeremy Renner in the gladiatorial arena.

Sep 18 2019
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I was never really that into AHS (I only watched Coven, which was...upsetting) but I can’t figure out what aesthetic they’re going for with that trailer. I guess it is supposed to look corny and cheap and badly acted? That doesn’t really make me want to watch it. 

Sep 17 2019
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Not sure which of of the five hosts you’re referring to (I assume Will), but they’re socialists. They want the closest possible thing to a socialist in the White House. You need a left wing dragging people left because the country drifts right. You like Medicare for All as an idea? That comes out of the left wing. You Read more

Sep 16 2019
3

we also know that, should it come down to a general-election choice between Biden and Donald Trump, both of us almost certainly will sprint like fucking madmen to our local polling place to cast our votes for the Democrat, even if only as a vote against Trump.

Sep 16 2019
7

Whenever I see factory operations (whether live or on video), I am somehow perpetually surprised by how few people it takes to turn out massive amounts of product. It’s like I Rip Van Winkled it from before the Industrial Revolution.

Sep 16 2019
1

I think Moore is perfect for breezy entertainment. They’re bawdy and silly but not insulting to the intelligence. I would second Buellie’s Fool recommendation (which I think crosses the line from bawdy to filthy, just as a head’s up), and like I said, Noir was probably my favorite of his. The Serpent of Venice was Read more

Sep 16 2019
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I just finished This Is How You Lose The Time War which I knew nothing about when I grabbed it from the library. I really enjoyed it a lot and I think going in blind was helpful. I’m finishing up Christopher Moore’s vampire trilogy with Bite Me; I find them fairly sophomoric even by Moore’s standards and I’m not Read more