I never want to see footage of these upcoming debates.
I think the long-and-the-short of it is, in the United States, only African Americans get to use those two n-words. These words were used to disparage them for 200+ years, and now they get to own those words, empowering them. If someone else uses it, then it elicits that earlier history.
Your attack power actually goes up by 50 percent when everything is aligned properly, which means that you’ll probably be able to take down every enemy without them even getting a turn. And you also get quite a few bonus coins at the end of battles both for solving puzzles perfectly and for taking no damage. Read more
The amount of projection here, I feel like I’m at one of those laser light show concerts.
Is this another one of those games where the enemies all strangely wait around, attacking one at a time?
A quick search turned up something about her contesting the military’s practice of having female officers dress up in burka in a region to avoid offending the local patriarchy.
YOU WANT TO VOTE FOR SOMEONE SMARTER THAN YOU! THAT’S THE POINT!
Except the context was the person she was responding to; it was other people who screengrabbed without showing what she was responding to, which—when put next to her response—put it in a pretty clear context. It wasn’t her fault other people stripped it out.
Hey, I certainly wont begrudge FromSoft from making money on what works for them. I just wish, say, Bloodborne—which was a great game—just had a bit more to make it not feels so narratively incomplete (which it sounds like they did at one point during development, but ended up cutting most of it). Or Dark Souls… Read more
Real question: is the Wendy’s not already on fire in this video? I assume she’s tossing accelerant on already enraging flames?