My first win, I lost something like 20 matches, and after 3 hours into the game I finily met someone I could beat. It was glorious, well that or beating Hop after loosing to him 6 times in a row, and then stomping him on that seventh game... IDK how I did that.
I have a really great moment of me playing online. I even have it recorded. but part of the file is corrupt and I haven't been able to turn it into a video yet. my capture card has been having issues. I re-recorded the recording but instead of the first half of the video being corrupt, the last half is corrupt.
I was never a fan of thundercats but I can understand why it was popular in the first place. So seeing how people reacted to it is reasonable since the last reboot was cancelled and Cartoon Network could have easily brought it back but decided not to just for Roar aka the Teen Titans treatment. Either way I'm not a fan of Thundercats but is enjoying the comments it seems to generate from the community
Arizona's Deadpool costume (which I might add, should have a screenshot of it sent to Ryan Reynold's twitter)...
If one raccoon is capable of climbing a skyscraper, is it the same for all of them? I mean, the sides of it shouldn't be that climbable since it should be a flat surface. Not to mention they could find a open office window and trash cubicles for snacks.
The waking inhuman screams of demons as I walked through a red landscape that looked like Mars, only with humanoid figures with horns halfway merged into the rocks and floor, as I felt tugged to enter a hidden cavern (but quickly left once I remembered I was asleep). It was rather unnerving.
If you knew your neighbor nearby is hoarding a lot of rifles and guns in his home (say, like a hundred or more), and you know he or she isn't exactly a calm person, would you be willing to tell the police about it?