Yeah, I've noticed that for whatever reason, despite most issues against him being more of a "he said she said" situation, people default to believing his detractors. Personally I feel like it's irrelevant because I know I'm not in any position to know the full story, so I'm not going to formulate an opinion on him. As long as gearbox keeps putting out games I want to play, I'm focusing on that.
The only thing I saw was he had a thumb drive with Barely Legal porn on it. If that makes him a pedophile, that makes a large majority of straight men pedophiles. I used to run a porn store, and I can tell you that the Barely Legal series and countless similar videos were hands down the best sellers, by a ridiculously large margin.
Whoa, that's a hell of an accusation. Where's the evidence that he's a pedophile?
TRICKS ARE WHAT WHORES DO FOR MONEY
TRICKS ARE WHAT WHORES DO FOR MONEY
I love Danny Edwards. It's probably my favorite place. I like the burnt ends at Arthur Bryant's the best, but I really loved them at LC's, too.
*edit - never mind, those burnt ends weren't at LC's. I got the brisket at LC's.
I mean, Zeus is pretty daddy...
I do really like long beards. I mean, I like short trimmed beards, scruffy beards, wild untamed beards... All sorts. But for me, long hair works for some but not others. Jason Momoa? Looks fantastic with long hair. Chris Hemsworth as Thor? I wasn't a fan. I guess it didn't fit him in my own mind. So, I wouldn't say I hate long hair on a man, but it's not specifically a turn on, if that makes sense.
I'm also balding, so maybe I just resent men with full heads of hair, haha
I love it, and it makes a certain kind of sense. My family was fairly devout when I was younger. We went to mass every Sunday, went to midnight mass for Christmas, and I attended CCD fit most of my childhood. We weren't terribly involved in the community of our church, but I definitely had bearded Jesus presented as the most perfect man in my formative years. So, that's a solid maybe. I love beards, but not long hair, so I'm not sure what that means. I hope your groundbreaking theory is some day taught in schools.
Now I'm curious. I'm a man, but gay, and totally into beards. Are you saying that's because I was raised Catholic?
Doodad is actually a word in the dictionary, though.
I think you're making a pretty big assumption as to why she destroyed it. This was revenge. The cactus murdered her entire family. But way to be insensitive and just assume she's an asshole.
I second this ?
Currently I'm sitting at -122. If that's overrated, I'd hate to see what it should actually be.
Yep. Fair enough. I misread the time as 3 hours, not 3 minutes, and it hadn't been upvoted yet. I fucked up.
When I clicked on it, I must have misread the time, because I thought it was hours, not minutes. Oh well.
Divorced, no kids. 46 years old. I'm pretty far outside the general demographic for the Try Guys, but that doesn't bother me.
Underrated comment right here.
When I was a kid, my brother tried to scare me when we were playing with a Ouija board. He asked who we were speaking to, and he spelled out S-A-T-I-N. I was like "satin? Like the fabric?" He said "no dude, that's the devil!" He tried covering by saying that because they were communicating across the boundary between life and death, sometimes things (like proper spelling, lol) had a harder time coming through.
I would love a Try Guys Try Skateboarding. Like maybe they can have a contest for first to ollie, or even kickflip, wins.
Yeah, I used snipers a ton in bl2. In bl3 the only ones I really use are things like the storm and the firestorm because of the aoe damage.
That last point, about being unable to hide from enemies and whatnot, is one of the tougher parts of the game for me. Especially since I don't have the best situational awareness (though it's improved since I started playing Borderlands games back when the first one came out, it's still not great), so I get flanked REALLY easy.
There's all sorts of perspectives on this issue, honestly. I'm a 46 year old gay man. When I was growing up, the thought of LGBTQIA+ people being acknowledged in any positive way by anyone was so far from a possibility that it never even occurred to me that it could happen. I assumed the status quo was a permanent thing. So now, regardless of their motivation, it heartens me to see major companies and celebrities actually acknowledging people like me. What people don't realize when they blast them for the hypocrisy of pandering is that these ads and community targeted sales still work to normalize a group of marginalized people. There's still value in it, and it gives me hope for the future.
Not an idiot, I thought the same thing, and your reaction made it funnier. But the misunderstanding made it hilarious.
I'm the opposite. I find the movements super relaxing and calming.
Is this the room that has that super intricate carving that's interconnected? I don't know how to describe it. If I'm thinking correctly, it would be just farther to the left of the foo fighter/guard liondog thingy on the left in the foreground.
I'm not even high, I swear.