I have tried this, and it doesn’t work for me. I think I’m just one of those people who is overly sensitive to bitterness. I don’t like IPA’s either.
I only got through the first two episodes of the original anime. I got tired of watching the main character be an incompetent bounty hunter.
ohh, its only been available outside the US?
Wait, What? Its been available on Netflix? I specifically didn’t bother watching it because I thought it was only on Paramount and I didn’t want to pay for another streaming service.
I used to sell stuff on eBay, until they started requiring me to give them access to my bank account. Yeahhh, like THAT’s ever gonna happen!
I just donate to Goodwill now and take the tax writeoff.
SOooo... What did they change?
I’m not going to a theater for the foreseeable future. I’m going to keep my vaccinated rear end at home, eat the nacho cheese that I can buy at the grocery store, and stay away from all of the Great unwashed
I had to google “Critical Role”
Remember when theaters switched to those individuals servings of the nacho cheese sauce, instead of ladling it from a big pot? Well, now I can buy those at the grocery store, so I have no reason to go to the theater at all.
What the hell is “Evangelion 3.0+1.0" ?
Also check out this Ghostbusters playhouse here!
I finally broke down and got venmo. I had paypal. But neither are tied to my bank account, why the hell would you do that? Mine is tied to a credit card
“absurdist” is the only way I would describe it. In retrospect, I probably shouldn’t have started the series with this episode. I can only hope it gets better than this idiotic kiddy cartoon
I hate how I can’t sort my Gmail by sender. Thats how I used to mass delete emails. It was so easy to sort by sender, then scan through all the ‘A’s and select big chunks of them from multiple senders to delete.
I guess I’m just not the kind of person who appreciates the visuals on the big screen. I’ve seen lots of the same movies on TV and in the theater. And not once have I thought that the theater experience was better from a visual sense. Read more
Yeah, it’s like people who care more about paper books rather than just the story