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#1 Edited by Captain_Yesterday (810 posts) - - Show Bio

Paper for my favorite books, plus to support the local comic shop

Digital for titles I'd like to read but not super into, usually buy them on ebay at discount. As well as older titles I can't find at my local shop.

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#2 Posted by Captain_Yesterday (810 posts) - - Show Bio

Constatine

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#3 Edited by Captain_Yesterday (810 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't always eat McDonald's, but when I do, it's this

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#4 Posted by Captain_Yesterday (810 posts) - - Show Bio

@dragonborn_ct: Wow man, AWESOME in depth review. Props.

For me I was looking forward to this game since the day it was announced. I was so hyped, bought it on release and was.... HIGHLY disappointed. The assassinations were cool but all the stuff in between was boring and weak as all heck.

Traded it in(for Mass Effect) after beating it. It's the only time I've ever traded in a game to GameStop.

Best thing that came out of this game was the trade in got me into Mass Effect(which I hadn't even payed attention to before hand).

But AC2 is AWESOME and everything 1 should have been!

Looking forward to you're review on that.

Keep up the good work.

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#5 Edited by Captain_Yesterday (810 posts) - - Show Bio

It's been almost 11 years since I graduated High School. ELEVEN YEARS! Man I feel old and you know what? Seems like yesterday I was walking down those halls.

To all you still in it ENJOY IT. It goes by quick and no matter how much you think it might suck life just gets harder from there.

Oh and GO TO COLLEGE! Tried it, wasn't my thing and didn't know what I wanted to do, so I decided to "take a year off" 11 years later I'm just now going back, yesterday in fact, and let me tell you it's ROUGH out there without a degree.

It's rough in general but a degree helps you out A LOT, even if you're job has nothing to do with it. I've been passed over for promotions for people off the street just cause that piece of paper despite having more experience (and in some cases not being anywhere near as intelligent as me) just because they had a degree in History or some other thing that didn't even relate to the job.

Just the .02 from a 29 year who's knows what it's like.

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#6 Posted by Captain_Yesterday (810 posts) - - Show Bio

Mostly serious: Aristotle, Plato and Socrates forefathers of Western civilization

kinda serious (if American) : George Washington, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson forefathers of America

Silly - George Carlin - 90% of what his preaches I believe in and amen to him for saying it

Fictional/ completely silly - Commander Shepard the savior of the Galaxy

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#8 Posted by Captain_Yesterday (810 posts) - - Show Bio

Voodoo Chile - Jimi Hendrix

NWO for Life , Brotha haha can't not think of him now when I listen to this

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#9 Edited by Captain_Yesterday (810 posts) - - Show Bio

Glad to be back on CV after dealing with some issues and finally getting a new comp after my old comp crapped out

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#10 Posted by Captain_Yesterday (810 posts) - - Show Bio

@Bruxae said:

Probably Fallout or Walking Dead.

I like how the Zombie infestation brings all types of people together, and Fallout is just the most intresting of the worlds, although I guess all of them would suck if it was real life.. So if this was the real thing id probably research the safest option.

This sums my views nicely.

And loving all the Fallout responses :)