Honestly this is a web 1.0 site that just rules. It's the dedication that takes it from being just weird into a masterpiece.
I agree, it's just that I am teen enough to worry about the squares not getting them! I don't think passing notes was ever 'cool' or 'hot' no more than doodling squiggles in class was and I think we might be covering some more relevant truth with this framing.
tbh this sounds mostly just something that teens do because they feel they have to instead of like genuinely being into g docs
It's a dark period to be a Sonic fan.
You know, I got enough time 'under the bar', enough regrets and read too much internet writing on lifting that these kind of things just write themselves. Good luck and enjoy your mental health gains! Exercise really does help, after a while.
Honestly since everyone went into the advice mode, so will I:
If you can't get coaching and want to learn a lift, then there are a couple of strategies.
Why are you hurting me specifically
Yeah I hated that thing! Idk, maybe I should give it another chance.
I played something akin to a 4D space shooter once and it was bad. Also, the 5D Rubik's cube remained unsolved (but it's not like I've solved the usual one either).
Are you dissing those technologies? If I were less tired, I'd type something in defense of each except Jira that I've never used.
I am quite stunned how hubris has gotten to Facebook. It's like US foreign policy level of hubris.
tbh I didn't personally give the advice to make the feed chronological but rather to remove the tweets from accounts that I don't follow. If the former gets done by the tips in OP, then magnificent, but I'm not averse to it not happening if you catch my meaning.
Thank you, I hope these keep working after Twitter inevitably decides to disable the trick in OP.
Honestly just following critics you like on Twitter does most of the work as they tend to make sure to advertise their latest published pieces.
If you want to know what Tim Roger's taste is like, the Action Button best games list is probably pretty indicative. The problem with Tim's old stuff is that it's very loquacious--they are clearly hobby project writings--but they're still fun reads.
Though I'll be with Tim on this one - if you're a fan of KH, you don't need to read a review.
I can't remember when was the last time I read a review and came through more confused whether I'd like to buy a game than going into it. I don't have a console so the point is moot, but the review really was a trip.
This genuinely horrifying, good job!
Honestly I could see this on Kickstarter.
That is, "Sans is Ness!"
Actually Sans is p cool, but I still love EarthBound game theory jokes about him.
So did it work?