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Forum Games / Re: Fact or Crap? 2017 Edition
« Last post by Morvis13 on Today at 09:35:09 PM »

(click to show/hide)crap?
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Games / Re: The Steamâ„¢ Sales and Deals Thread!
« Last post by wastrel on Today at 09:20:13 PM »
Cool, thanks SQ


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TV & Movies / Re: Rate the last movie you just saw.
« Last post by werecow on Today at 08:59:11 PM »
The Lady Vanishes (1938): My third-favorite Hitchcock movie (after Rear Window and The Birds). Girl gets on a train with an old lady who helps her out after she receives a bump on the head. She dozes off, and when she wakes up, the lady has vanished, and the other people on the train deny ever having seen her. Hitchcock was a great storyteller. There's something just super entertaining about this one. I think it's just the kind of bizarre nature of the mystery. 9/10
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Games / Re: The Steamâ„¢ Sales and Deals Thread!
« Last post by SkeptiQueer on Today at 08:45:57 PM »
Has anyone ever played Metro Redux franchise?

It is on sale as a bundle, two games for only $6.00; I'm not huge of FPS, but this is a pretty damn good deal.  Curious if it might be worth picking up.
It's not entirely FPS. It's more first person rpg with a lot of stealth elements. I enjoyed it enough to buy the various Metro games on several platforms. A lot of crossover with the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. team. 
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Forum Games / Re: Skeptical Hangman
« Last post by Friendly Angel on Today at 08:40:29 PM »
Guessed list:  A  R 

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Forum Games / Re: Skeptical Hangman
« Last post by The Latinist on Today at 08:24:33 PM »
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Forum Games / Re: Skeptical Hangman
« Last post by Friendly Angel on Today at 07:09:59 PM »
Guessed list:  A

** *** ******* *** *** *A* ****** *** **** A ***A* *A****** *** A ****A* ** *** **A**.

Next?
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Podcasts / Re: Which podcasts are we listening to?
« Last post by xenu on Today at 06:46:12 PM »
I like snap judgment too.
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Blame Vermont

http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2016/03/27/471759643/how-little-vermont-got-big-food-companies-to-label-gmos

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The reason, in a word, is Vermont. The tiny state has boxed big food companies into a corner. Two years ago, the state passed legislation requiring mandatory labeling.

...... And since food companies can't create different packaging just for Vermont, it appears that the tiniest of states has created a labeling standard that will go into effect nationwide.
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"The smaller the girl, the bigger the kick-ass." Ummm... no.

Homeopathic superheroes?
Hey, if River Tam was a homeo I never noticed.
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