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  • I think while they do a great job with bringing their characters to life (obviously the voice actors and actresses have a lot to do with this) their story line writing has always been very weak with a few exceptions in my opinion. Aside from TWD Sea…
  • I'm almost not surprised this thread is still active.
  • It wouldn't be difficult. I'm not even really trying to be that critical, but the Kenny flashblack was nothing but complete and utter laziness, which is absolutely ridiculous considering he is one the three most major characters in the entire series…
  • I'm still waiting to even just try the game because the Telltale "link accounts" function is terrible.
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txrPOJG5bUc .. It's been so long since I've actively posted here that I can't even remember how to post a video.
  • I agree with this. Manus didn't really have any weaknesses, so it was really difficult to find a way to beat him. He hit like a truck, had ridiculous reach, had a lot of stamina, was extremely aggressive and quick, had a ton of health, was fairly un…
  • It's really not that extensive, and it's ridiculously difficult to access in game without looking up how to do it (which you should if you buy it). I did enjoy it though, back when I went through it. The bosses are definitely the best part, and are …
  • I don't know that I'm necessarily drawn to one more than the other, as people are fairly complex beyond just being introverted or extroverted. I've had struggles with shyness/ social anxiety throughout my life, so at times I'm more relaxed around pe…
  • I like Jon quite a lot, but I liked Robb's "King in the North" scene better, if not just for the fact that it was the original. Jon's scene was good as well, but it felt more like him picking up the torch for Robb.
  • It WAS mainly a joke, but partly it was real criticism specifically directed at the Christian religion. If I did want to write a completely serious comment, (which I'd really rather not) Maybe I would consider the alternatives and different religion…
  • I wasn't talking about the alternative, and I didn't intend to. I was specifically referring to the Christian God that is known to most of the world today, and his ways of judging and watching over his creations. I don't see the point in considering…
  • Well, that won't happen. I don't think anybody can prove a god's existence. Of course not, I'm just talking theoretically, which is what this thread is about. Just to snatch it back cruelly and do the same to your loved ones?. That giv…
  • In all seriousness though, If it was actually proven that my life was granted to me by god, then it would prove that he's a douche. That he Gave me a life and a body that has the ability to sin when he doesn't want me to sin. Alright, well, …
  • In the case of God's existence being proven to you, along with the fact that he gave you (and everyone) the gift of life, out of all things that you could ask to be explained your choice of words would simply be "fuck you"? I can't tell if you're ac…
  • It would be really interesting to talk about the history of life, various plans that he put into motion, ect. I would also like to know how God would feel about some people's unwillingness to understand. Also, I think the idea that someone would …
  • Breasts are sexualised by society while sex are sex,there's a difference there. This is kind of hard to understand to be honest (not sure if there is a language barrier or what), but I'm assuming you're talking about sex organs? It doesn't e…
  • Would you care to maybe address any of the actual points that I made? No. Why not? There is no difference. The same arguments that are being used for exposing breasts can be used for any single body part that is covered up today. At va…
  • I'm not really going to delve deep into history to form an opinion on whether or not nudity is acceptable in this day and age. It's irrelevant, and a bit of a cop out. I'm not really a fan of repeating myself over and over again, so I'm just going t…
  • I'm sorry, but this entire sentence just sounded like the purpose of breasts (feeding babies) was optional. No, the entire purpose of them is to feed babies. I didn't say a word about their purpose being subjective. Obviously they can serve …
  • No one is saying men can't be attracted to breasts. Hell, lots of women are attracted to a guy's ass. But that doesn't mean women can't walk around bare chested on a hot ass day because men like tits. You pretty much just killed your entire …
  • Why should she have to except that a perfectly normal part of her body is "sexually charged" What does them being "normal" have to do with anything? Of course they're normal. Just because they're "normal" that doesn't mean that they can't b…
  • .. are you seriously going to act like guys don't find curves to be a huge turn on? Do you really, seriously, think that is even remotely valid? Breasts are a sexually charged body part, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. Acting otherw…
  • Do I really need to? Has the world truly come to the point that there are actually people out there that think natural attraction is something that needs to be ignored because of some ridiculous, irrational "equality" agenda? Your ass isn't a sexual…
  • I can sort of understand the "it's her thing" mentality, but I think the issue is actually more complicated than that, and I don't think her viewpoint should be enabled. If this person just exposed herself for no real reason, I wouldn't give the top…
  • I don't think it's really just a matter of freaking out about her exposing herself in public. It's a matter of being against the purpose behind her doing it. Unfortunately I think it becomes newsworthy for the fact that there are, for whatever weird…
  • I'm sorry, but anyone who sees doing something like this as expressing their freedom seriously needs to get in touch with some common sense. I don't think it should even have to be explained why what she is doing is absolutely ridiculous.
  • Back in the day I did cross country, though I honestly hated it and still dislike anything distance running related. I sort of regret not having done football instead, as that is something that I think that I could have been decent at. I was also a …
  • I lose respect for people that do it not for the sake of actually doing it, but for the sake of doing it because it's a symbol that they actually believe (consciously or otherwise) impacts them as an individual.