Slim Snerdy
slimsnerdy
Mar 9 2017
9

Nothing says “I did something important, look at me.” more than ribbon cutting a new bridge that took a decade to build.

Mar 9 2017
89

The big mistake was when they paved everything. Before that you could just blade the road occasionally and everyone owned a Jeep. Make America Dirt Again! (see, partisan debate commenced)

Mar 9 2017
14

Fixing roads just isn’t as glamourous as opening a new bridge.

Feb 6 2017
1

Metroid Prime, Custom Robo (awful story, but loved the combat), Wind Waker, Double Dash, Soul Caliber II, Ikaruga, F-Zero, Wave Race....I could go on and on. At the time it was not the highest regarded, but in retrospect it might be my second favorite system of all time, after the SNES

Oct 27 2016
3

For me it’s the extra calories that come in the form of added sugar. Being able to control how much sugar and salt I want to add to my peanut butter is why I like using peanut powder in the first place. And I’m not sure I’d call peanut oil “good” fat compared to, say, coconut oil. Read more

For me it’s the extra calories that come in the form of added sugar. Being able to control how much sugar and salt I

Oct 10 2016
4

I also loved Myst. I still have my “Journal of Myst” that came with the game, and it’s got my notes and drawings from when I first played the game as a kid.

Oct 10 2016
4

Older games were incredibly good at this. Sure, it was probably a function of more primitive technology and being unable to really do a fully detailed story, but developers used that limitation to their advantage. Read more