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So... the "Imperial Tower" stage music from Sonic Forces is awesome. Anyone who disagrees may fight me! :eek:

Go ahead, google "Sonic Forces Imperial Tower" and then come thank me. I will be waiting. :cool:
 

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One of my biggest fears is doing a deed with good intentions but ended up offending or physically hurting someone.

Like imagine building a house for somebody and the house collapse on him due to poor construction.
 

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Should be finished with NaNo in a couple days. Blackout's still not done. :/

+ Day 3 of being at Gran's house; Thanksgiving Dinner is over at my house, but I am still here. At least I have all the desserts.
 

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I thought I had lost it, but nope, with a bit of perseverance I found it. :thumbsup:



Ah the memories. Please GOG, revive this game like you did with Battlefront and Quake 4.
 

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Should be finished with NaNo in a couple days. Blackout's still not done. :/

You got this, Rae! -Offers all the coffee-

@DDutchguy Aww. Do you guys have a big feast for Christmas/Yule, at least? -Is curious as to what holidays you celebrate that we might not-

CT: It's either Shakespeare is overblown, or I'm just not meant to read plays. Maybe a little of both. :unsure: (Or maybe just Hamlet in general; I want so badly to enjoy this, because I enjoy the concept of the story--since it has featured largely in various forms of media, after all--but I pretty much hate every character so far).
 

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You know how people put out oatmeal for Santa during christmas? Well what if you poisoned it and found Santa dead on the porch the day after? :sneaky::whistle::woot:

(I don't need to tell you, but just incase, don't put poisoned oatmeal outside.)
 

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Do you guys have a big feast for Christmas/Yule, at least? -Is curious as to what holidays you celebrate that we might not-

Well we have Sinterklaas on December 5th, but it's gotten preeeeeetty controversial lately so a lot of people have switched to Christmas for the 'main' december holiday.
 

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You got this, Rae! -Offers all the coffee-

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CT: It's either Shakespeare is overblown, or I'm just not meant to read plays. Maybe a little of both. :unsure: (Or maybe just Hamlet in general; I want so badly to enjoy this, because I enjoy the concept of the story--since it has featured largely in various forms of media, after all--but I pretty much hate every character so far).
I felt the same way when I had to read Romeo and Juliet in high school.
 

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@Moondivider Somehow, oatmeal makes a lot more sense than our custom of putting out milk and cookies. At least oatmeal is warm and filling--though it would get to be a bit much after a few bowls. :hungover:

@DDutchguy Sinterklaas, eh. The name makes me think the focus of the holiday would be obvious, but I have a feeling I should research it. ^^;

Edit: Huh, it was pretty straight-forward. I've a feeling I know what aspect made it controversial... O_O

@ReaperHunter Glad it isn't just me, then. A pity, really, considering Shakespearian works seem to be good conversation pieces.
 

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@ReaperHunter Glad it isn't just me, then. A pity, really, considering Shakespearian works seem to be good conversation pieces.
Y'know, I remember reading an article a few years back that Shakespeare was popular everywhere but in English speaking countries. And the reason for that was that due to translation, the Old English is completely taken out and so it's much simpler for people to get into. Or something like that...
 

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Getting 'Happy Thanksgiving!' messages from someone makes me want to actually have a Thanksgiving lol

If you ever want to do it, the biggest problem with it is just getting all the food to be ready at the same time. It can be a lot of work, but it's possible to do it really chill if you plan ahead.

You got this, Rae! -Offers all the coffee-

LOL Thanks! Hopefully! I'm on chpt 20, but there's just...still so much to go. Can't wait to finish it and not think about its existence for a few months.

CT: It's either Shakespeare is overblown, or I'm just not meant to read plays. Maybe a little of both. :unsure: (Or maybe just Hamlet in general; I want so badly to enjoy this, because I enjoy the concept of the story--since it has featured largely in various forms of media, after all--but I pretty much hate every character so far).

Eeeeeeeh, Shakespeare. The only play of his I liked was Othello...and everyone in it was a terrible person. I think Shakespeare is just more entertaining to watch instead of read.
 

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And the reason for that was that due to translation, the Old English is completely taken out and so it's much simpler for people to get into.
That's a good idea.
 
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