These are the most recent forum messages posted by Candall:
Re: All I know
What she's getting at here
is that you may have swallowed your collar bone. Happens more than you'd think.
Because the developmental differences and the rate of illegal immigration between the US/Mexico and the Canada/the US definitely warrants the comparison, right?
What kind of logical fallacy is it
when you present a problem as if it's happening when it actually isn't?
Is it safe to assume
that the story would be different if there wasn't a great big USA between you guys and Mexico?
Re: All I know
Was it really dumb luck, though? Someone down your family line most likely put in a lot of work to get here so that his or her descendants would have more freedom and opportunities than they'd have had in their own country. We assume the right to say who can stay and who can go because we pay taxes... and we understand the scarcity of resources. The thing to keep in mind when it comes to jobs is that your ...
Happy Birthday, llama!
The sun is shining a little brighter.
That's exactly what would happen,
and that's why I'd be tempted to do exactly that. They'd be stuck between fear of offending you and fear of offending the coworker, so they'd have to set hard limits. Rest assured that the backlash from the people who don't have a severe need to get laid sometime in the immediate future would effectively highlight exactly how ridiculous it is.
"our" daughter becomes "my" daughter in conversation.
is neither explicitly nor implicitly sexual. Parents hold hands with their kids. Think about that. I'd complain to HR that someone is trying to shoehorn you into a sexual situation and that it makes you extremely uncomfortable.
Re: I'm just going to
I'll admit that better physics and AI would be major upgrades to console FPS, but that's a genre that I'm not really interested in anymore until they start to explore new grounds instead of just climbing up toward their potential. Where Nintendo is concerned, that sounds about right. They're the masters of the delay. Unless it got pushed, Pikmin 3 should still be out in August, though, and I'll definitely get the HD Wind Waker whenever it comes ...
They make GTA for just about everything.
Lol ya like
Mario, Metroid, Star Fox, The Legend of Zelda, Pikmin... you know, games that are iconic, popular all over the world, and bigger innovators than "our guns make this click sound now and have 2,000 extra polygons that you can't see but they're there."
I'm just going to
stick with my Wii U. It's not as if either of the other two consoles are ever going to utilize their additional power for anything other than better graphics, and rarely for games that I won't be able to get for PC anyway. When it comes to exclusives, it's always been Nintendo.
$100 cheaper. This is a huge flip from 2005/2006.
My favorite thing about it
is that there's absolutely no good reason whatsoever. Is this just a play at making their system more attractive to third-party publishers?
When I die,
I want to be airdropped onto the peak of one of those mountains dressed in a swimsuit with sunglasses and flip-flops, and I want to be carrying a glass of lemonade, a beach towel and a really outdated GPS.
At last, they've managed to root out one of the few remaining strengths of a console!
The Mythbusters proved that they would have both fit on that door with no problem.
The more settings,
Some of them even have flower shapes.
Re: Psh, I haven't outlawed them.
It isn't as if I've never given her flowers just to be nice. We just haven't had the sort of disposable income that can be wasted on something so temporary on a regular basis. Flowers are not a prerequisite for maintaining a relationship. They should not be an expectation. That's all.
Romeo and Juliet were idiot kids who got themselves killed,
and the pair of lovers in "Titanic" are evidently such a legendary love that people still call them "Leo and Kate" instead of "Jack and Rose."
I don't dispute flowers as "pretty."
I dispute them as a romantic gesture. Love should not be the star that burns half as long. Love is sometimes as hard and cold as the little cluster of crystals. It's also sometimes as bright and hot as the volcanic radiation that created it. Most importantly, it's always as beautiful and everlasting if it's true.
Psh, I haven't outlawed them.
They're allowed in the house as long as they're out of reach of the cats. I just believe that they make for a poor symbolic gift.
Re: So I'm writing a story
Lili von Schtupp said: Oh. A wed wose. How owiginal.
Ah, I was just picking.
My little way of saying, "I gots this."
a little amethyst cluster that I've had for years.
Ah, you misunderstand.
The reason that I find flowers to be poor romantic gifts is not because they're impractical; it's because they're ephemeral. Sure, they're pretty... but they're temporary. That's a better metaphor for lust than love.
If that's what you enjoy, then that's great. A thoughtful gift. I just don't consider them to be a particularly romantic gift.
So I'm writing a story
about a group of people who are mostly unmarried twenty-somethings who gather forces to tell this older guy who's had the same girl for fourteen years and married for seven of them how to hold together a relationship by means of some random dying flora. Any ideas where I could research something like that?
I merely dislike carrots. Pears, on the other hand, are grotesque and sickening.
Especially the big red ones.
If this world has taught me anything, sir,
it's that nobody listens to me anyway.
I would assume
that he asked for sunglasses.
I did indeed.
Skyward Sword was a work of art. It had its flaws, but it was altogether a great game. It's a shame that it got so completely overshadowed by Skyrim.
[VG] The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages & Oracle of Seasons
Many moons ago while the Earth was still young and a handheld gaming system's full color display was enough to distinguish it from its predecessor, there were born two Legend of Zelda games. They were twins... and much alike in stature. Oracle of Ages was focused on puzzles. Its twisted, labyrinthian dungeons were spread out across two historical eras traversible by use of a magical harp. Oracle of Seasons was focused on action. Its enemy-infested, reflex-twitching dungeons were ...
I think maybe I'm both.
Like maybe both are happening at the same time.
So good to me. Monday, Monday. It was all I hoped it would be. Oh, Monday morning. Monday morning couldn't guarantee that Monday evening you would still be here with me.
It's not his fault.
There was an L leakage.
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