1. Do I try to stay away from walkthroughs?
Well, I’ve never used one, just because I like to figure things out! However, I once watched a playthrough of The Walking Dead game and then went and played the game because I thought it was cool. Is that using a walkthrough? You can decide ^^
3. Best game I’ve ever played?
That’s a really hard one! Plotwise one of my favorite games has to be The Walking Dead, like I mentioned. But just for playability, I’ve owned SSX Tricky, a snowboarding game for the PS2, for years and I still keep playing it! So I’d probably count it as a favorite. (also I love Portal I just gotta say that)
8. Best soundtrack?
Oh god that’s a hard one. I really like the soundtrack to Silent Hill 3 (which I’ve never played but know quite a lot about). Also I really enjoyed the soundtrack to Dangan Ronpa :3
21. How old was I when I first played a video game?
Hmm… a legitimate video game? It was probably when I first moved to Texas, so I was about six then. It was, I think, Barbie Horse Adventures. So hardcore, right?
Thanks for asking!
> Kids: —- ASSEMBLE!!!
Dirk and dAVES FACE THOUGH
ok is it just me or is Jake ‘accidentally’ tweaking dirk’s nipple
im literally dirk here all the time
i also want his sweater
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The reason Photoshop was invented
This will always and forever be hilarious.
In the scene in The Incredibles where Helen (Elastagirl) is flying the plane, her use of radio protocol is exceptionally accurate for a movie. The terminology used hints that she has had military flight training. In the director’s commentary Brad Bird says that actress Holly Hunter insisted on learning both the lingo and its meaning.
- “VFR on top” means she is flying in the regime of Visual Flight Rules ‘on top’ of a cloud cover.
- She requests “vectors to the initial”, or directions on how to get to the initial landing approach.
- “Angels 10” is her altitude call, ten thousand feet. This is a military term. Civilian flights use the term “flight level”.
- “Track east” is her direction of travel.
- “Buddy spike(d)” is a US military brevity code meaning “friendly anti-aircraft radar has locked on to me, (please don’t shoot)”.
- “Transmitting in the Blind Guard” is a call on the emergency frequency where 2-way communication has not been established.
- “Abort” is also a military brevity code, a directive meaning “stop the action/mission/attack”.
god i love when actors/ voice actors are intent on using correct lingo for things like this
its so easy to BS this sort of thing and sometimes it might work but it’s vastly more impressive when they actually use correct terminology
I’m excited that we will (maybe) see these guys again soon so I drew them in the nerdiest matching outfits I could think of.
The Social Security Administration announced Friday they will no longer require proof of genital reassignment surgery in order for a person to change the gender marker on their Social Security card.
The SSA removed its requirement that transgender people wanting to amend their gender on a Social Security card provide proof of gender reassignment surgery, opting instead for more inclusive language simply mandating that a transgender person provide a passport or birth certificate reflecting their accurate gender, or a certification from a physician confirming that the individual has had appropriate clinical treatment for gender transition. The SSA’s revision brings its policy in line with changes made in the past three years by the U.S. State Department and Veterans Health Administration.
“Most people may not see this as a big deal, but transgender people know that this seemingly small technical change will protect their privacy and give them more control over their own lives” said Mara Keisling, executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, in a statement heralding the announcement.
The SSA reportedly also issued guidelines for officials to abide by when interviewing transgender people, such as correct pronoun usage and asking respectful questions. Amazing victory.