duck goat

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  • furry prostitute

    1 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 5 (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
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    cactus car

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    beer boobs

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    fiber dump

    1 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 5 (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
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  • But Why YOU

    1 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 5 (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
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    Wanted review

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    wanted Wanted

    James McAvoy, Morgan Freeman and Angelina Jolie star in Wanted, a turbo-charged thrill ride critics are calling the most visually inventive, trailblazing action film of its kind.

    “Toxic Masculinity: The Movie”, Wanted is loosely based on a comic about a league of super assassin villains that all got together one day and decided to just kill all the good guys, then take over the world. In the movie version, there’s no super villainry, no super heroes, no super suits, and no limits to the depths they’ll go to make you feel like a “pussy” if you haven’t killed someone lately. All that said, it’s a fun ride, if predicable at times.

    Fun note, if you’ve seen this movie before, you’ll likely remember a scene in which our Hero realizes that he’s a MAN, proceeds to scream at his overweight female boss, then uses his ergonomic keyboard to assault his coworker / best friend, knocking a few teeth out with a few keys that all spell out “fuck you”. The guy that’s getting his teeth knocked out? That’s Chris Pratt. Yeah, I was surprised to not remember him in this movie, but honestly other than peak Angelina Jolie, there’s not much else that’s memorable about the film.

    Tunic Wallpaper

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    Merlin – from Merlin

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    Rachel McAdams is serious

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  • Impulse review

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    Impulse 395x586 Impulse

    Youtube exclusive series about a young woman that can teleport.  It shares the same name with a book by Steven Gould, but I’ve never seen a television series so completely change the focus and backstory of a book to this extreme.  The original story from the book is a fantastic coming of age story, featuring the daughter of the original Jumper discovering her own teleportation abilities, along with the draw backs to being the daughter of a pair of internationally wanted parents.  The tv series is about a girl that is sexually assaulted by the son of a small town drug lord that owns a used car lot and her journey through the emotions of the sexual assault that occurred during the first episode.  They really hammer home how difficult it is to deal with all the questions and responses that come after a sexual assault, and I get that there needs to be conversations about what exactly constitutes rape and what constitutes inappropriate sexual peer pressure, but shoehorning it into a comic book genre series about teleportation just seems out of place.  Ever episode I’m hoping for some kind of super power demonstration, but I think I’ve seen the main character smoke more joints than I’ve seen her teleport.

    I’m still only about half way through the first season, but I think I’m going to give the rest of it a hard pass, there’s too much angst and drama and not enough teleportation for my tastes.  I have enough drama and angst in my own life to want seek it out on TV.

    Tom Petty with his car

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    Dropmix game review

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    dropmix base game 1024x1024 Dropmix

    Developed with Harmonix, creators of Rock Band and Dance CentralFast-paced music mixing game that lets you create unexpected song mixesKeep the music pumping with 3 ways to play: Freestyle, Clash, and PartyIncludes 60 DropMix cards featuring music from top artists and popular songs

    Original MSRP was $100, which was a non-starter for me. They recently dropped the price to $50 and I had a $30 credit on my account. $20 was a great price point to try out Dropmix, which ended up being a great game with some real show stopping problems. For the original $100 they would be outrageous problems, for $20 they’re just minor annoyances.

    Some of the annoyances include:

    • the mind boggling decision to have a screw on the battery compartment, so when you pull the game out every six months, you’ll need a screwdriver
    • requiring four AA batteries with no way to plug the main deck in
    • using blue tooth instead of a cable
    • only supporting specific versions of android and iOS, out of the four tablets we have in my house, none of them were compatible with the game, so we had to use our phones which do not have great speakers, I’m going to try to plug my phone into a speaker or something the next time I play it.
    • No instructions included in the box, you’ll need to watch a video streamed from the Hasbro site, several times in our case.  there’s a giant fold out sheet of paper included in the box with all sorts of cool colors and designs on it which i assumed was going to be the game play instructions, but instead it was instructions on where to download the apps from. Google Play Store and Apple App Store for those of you wondering.
    • IRL DLC for $15 a pack for a dozen or so cards.  i think I’ll only be getting those when they eventually get down to $5 a pack.
    • This game isn’t going to work in 10 years, so get your playing in now.

    All that being said, it’s a fun card game that has music playing in the background.  You don’t even need to hear the music to play the game, it’s all about playing cards with the right bonuses on the screen and knocking your opponent’s cards off the play deck.  I still think it’s a hard sell at $50 and would only suggest buying it if you can get it for around $25.


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