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Video Games / Re: What Are You Playing?
« on: February 01, 2019, 05:51:53 AM »
I finished Claireís story and redid just enough of Leonís to get that unbreakable knife. I thought Claireís A scenario was great both as a horror game and story-wise. I thought it was far scarier than Leonís, especially Mr. X who seemed way more aggressive in her story. I couldnít get him off my ass whereas in Leonís story I barely ever ran into him.

Being dense, it took me nearly until the lab to realize what Capcom did: They took the original RE2ís A scenario and made that Claireís main story, and they took the originalís B scenario and made that Leonís main story. Once I realized that it all started to make sense. I think they, intentionally or not, made Claireís A scenario the ďrealĒ story line with Leonís scenario there just to explain why the labís self-destruct mechanism activates.

To be honest, Iím fine with that. Claire was a total badass (unlike Leon) in this game, although probably bordering on being a sociopath at some points, and I loved how they developed her character (unlike Leonís). I felt her story was really well crafted as well (unlike Leonís). I really enjoyed how they blended the originalís two scenarios. G-Birkin was an actual character with a motive (unlike in Leonís story). All in all, they should have just made her story THE story, and used Leon for a complementary post-completion bonus game that shows his actions during the gameís events as well as explaining behind-the-scenes events like they did in RE4 with Adaís Separate Ways.

Anyways, as a casual fan of the series, this remake didnít reach the heights I hoped it would, but I really enjoyed it and would welcome an RE3 remake. But as a diehard Leon fanatic? Everyone who worked on this game should be sent to prison for life.

The game did me interested in the series again. Iím playing the DLCs for RE7 since I never played them. Right now Iím playing Chrisís Not A Hero DLC. So far it has been a lot of fun, and itís been interesting learning about RE7ís Umbrella right after playing RE2. (Reading a memo that says Umbrella, still run by a lot of its original workers/members, became an anti-BOW organization to show theyíre not terrible people anymore right after playing a game where they used orphaned children as human guinea pigs is a trip.)

ETA: I know Iím coming across as harsh when it comes to the remake, but I really did like it. I agree 100% with what everyone has said about it so far, and I think Griffith nailed it. (I had no idea Shinji Mikami did the RE1 remake. If I had known that beforehand I wouldnít have hoped for quite as much from RE2ís team.)

Video Games / Re: What Are You Playing?
« on: January 28, 2019, 01:50:38 PM »
I finished Leonís A scenario last night and have started Claireís. I donít know. I donít dislike it, but it hasnít blown my skirt up by any means. Iím withholding judgement until I complete Claireís story though. My gutís telling me it might ease my concerns (For example, I feel like they really fucked over Willy B. by including Mr. X in the A scenario. The guyís literally RE2ís main baddie, and the entire reason behind the gameís story, but by streamlining/condensing the story heís become a (almost pointless, arbitrarily appearing) side character/villain. But maybe they give him more respect than a sad end-of-game info dump in Claireís story since she deals with his daughter? I hope? ).

Video Games / Re: What Are You Playing?
« on: January 25, 2019, 04:42:25 AM »
RE2 has dropped. See you on the other side, boys!

Video Games / Re: What Are You Playing?
« on: January 17, 2019, 06:59:32 AM »
Iím knocking out Rise of the Tomb Raider before I start Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

I didnít think the 2013 reboot was much of a Tomb Raider game, but I took it as essentially a demo of their talent. I was pretty excited for RotTR because the 2013 reboot showed tons of promise, and... itís not that great.

Whoever is making this trilogy has all the right skills. Their dungeon/tomb designs are incredible. The puzzles are on the easier end of the spectrum but hard enough that I feel real satisfaction when I complete them. The inventive new ways to explore the world are awesome. The world/tombs are gorgeous.

All of that talent that could, and should, be used in making the greatest TR game ever made is being completely wasted. The tomb raiding aspect of the game is still optional. They added bonus abilities as trophies for completing each tomb so theyíre not completely pointless like in the first game, but most of the abilities arenít that great anyways so theyíre still kind of pointless. The combat is good but inconsistent. I play Lara like a stealther. There are some times when the game lets her kill like a master ninja and other times its like the enemies are psychic. And the story is pretty meh like the first gameís. But they just reused the exact same story, with changed superficial details, so I guess that was unavoidable.

Iím probably being a bit harsh, but it sucks because this was supposed to be the game where Lara Croft becomes the Lara Croft we know and love. Instead, RotTR is essentially them just kicking the can down the road. Oh well. They added a Tomb Raider 3 outfit so I can daydream about what could have been as I endure the remainder of the game.

(This team needs to remake/update some of the old TR games now that this trilogy is finished though. I canít even imagine how awesome itíd be if they took The Last Revelation, kept the dialogue/plot, and just worked their magic on the tombs and world. Itíd be incredible.)

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Movies you've recently watched
« on: January 16, 2019, 05:27:55 AM »
Solo: A Star Wars Story is on Netflix now so I, uh, watched it. I hated it. Ehrenreich couldnít capture the spirit of Solo (could anyone besides Ford?). Glover, I felt, nailed Calrissian, but his parts in the movie were pretty un-Calrissian-like. I liked that the film acknowledged that droids are literally slaves in the Star Wars universe, but Landoís droid was so terrible it makes Jar Jar Binks seem like the height of character creation by comparison. The Enfys Nest storyline was so stupid and unnecessary.

The story wasnít very good and was at points laughable. I mean that literally. I actually laughed when Vosí barge came flying through those mountains. I donít think Iíve ever seen a movie (or real world incident) where a bad guy hires thieves to rob a place, and then they hang out at the scene of the crime until the bad guy comes and picks them up. But then again when the best equipped force in the galaxy, the Empire, only sends like four stormtroopers and three droids to guard one of the most precious/targeted resources in the galaxy, you probably donít have to worry about escape plans.

Also, the insane fan service was so over the top that about halfway through the movie I thought,Ē Jesus, theyíre even explaining that?Ē It was the opposite of Rogue Oneís easter eggs/fan service which fit the surrounding films nicely like the middle piece of a jigsaw puzzle (Red Five dies in Rogue One so in A New Jope the spot is open for Luke, for example). Soloís fan service was just so stupid, and there was way too much of it to the point of being obnoxious.

Anyway, like I said, Glover was fantastic. I also liked Woody Harrelsonís character because itís Woody Harrelson. Oh, and the ďHan shot firstĒ subtle jab was awesome. Outside of that, I felt like Solo was essentially the physical manifestation of the fears and worries everyone had when Disney bought the franchise.

Video Games / Re: What Are You Playing?
« on: November 13, 2018, 04:43:35 AM »
I finished Bully this morning. It was an overall fun game with a few hiccups.

Itís great to see you enjoyed Bully! I absolutely love that game.

Video Games / Re: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
« on: July 03, 2018, 12:56:42 PM »
Thank you for making a dedicated thread, ryO!

Is the Japanese title really ďWe Will Endure?Ē I wish they had used that for our version. Thatís way more badass, in my opinion.

Also, just a warning for fellow viewers: The video gets kind of spoilery at the end. Tread carefully.

Video Games / Re: Bloodborne
« on: June 26, 2018, 02:17:48 AM »
Good lord, Griffith! I was hoping to catch up to where you were, but you blew me out of the water (Iím at the Nightmare).

Please allow me to sit at the feet of the master. How did you go so fast? Did you grind/farm at all? What level are you now that youíre at the end of the game?

Video Games / Re: What Are You Playing?
« on: June 14, 2018, 03:24:32 AM »
My Epic Games account name is Sareth- if anyone catches me on and wants to play.

My PSN is SSUSN (feel free to add me everyone). RumAndCigars is my Epic Games ID.

Is Fortnite any really that good, or is it just addictive and the "it" game in the mainstream right now? I'm always suspicious when everyone, including non-gamers, is playing something and it's available on your phone, etc.

If you like multiplayer games like Call of Duty or Star Wars Battlefront then youíll like Fortnite. If you donít like those types of games you probably wonít like Fortnite either.

I think Fortnite is so popular for two main reasons though:

1) Battle royale. They stole the battle royale mode from PUBG, and it turns out itís a hell of a lot more fun than the traditional modes the other games offer. I donít think weíll see a multiplayer FPS game without it ever again. (I hear even the guys behind Call of Duty are making their next Black Ops game more like Fortnite.)

2) Epic Games is constantly doing things. Every week or two they change the game modes. Their game store rotates items every day. They update the game 1-2 times per week. Their seasons have daily and weekly challenges. They add little treats and hidden bonuses in the game. They even slightly, subtly change the game map over time, as well as big things like blowing up towns and adding a giant soccer stadium for the World Cup.

With all that said, I love Fortnite, but Iím more tied to the battle royale concept than this specific game. (I get the feeling the massive player base feels the same.) Itíll be interesting to see if another battle royale game can knock it off its throne. Personally Iím keeping an eye on Realm Royale, which appears to be a fantasy version of Fortnite.

Video Games / Re: What Are You Playing?
« on: June 13, 2018, 12:10:21 PM »
Trying out Fortnite on Switch. Iím terrible.

Welcome to the cult! I started playing it ~7 weeks ago, and Iím officially addicted.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: What are you reading?
« on: May 20, 2018, 04:56:08 AM »
I just started Nemesis: Alcibiades and the Fall of Athens by David Stuttard

I'm also reading Dreamer of Dune: The Biography of Frank Herbert by Brian Herbert.  It's always a unique experience to learn about the personal details of a man whose written works you have great admiration for.  Brian does a great job of detailing Frank's personal and intellectual development, while interweaving that with his own poignant journey towards reconciliation and friendship with a father that throughout most of his youth was quite cold and distant.  An interesting part of the book was Frank's reaction to seeing Star Wars for the first time

Thank you for posting this. Iíve always been curious about what Herbert thought of Star Wars since itís practically a retelling of Dune, in my opinion. His negative reaction is completely understandable, but a part of me hoped he took it in stride or with humor.

Current Episodes / Re: Episode 356
« on: April 26, 2018, 06:41:28 AM »
Man, welcome back to the mainland! I think I got too used to Elfhelm. I had forgotten how brutal it can get. Those skin banners bothered me. Getting turned into one of the Sea Godís tentacles doesnít seem so bad now, eh?  :ganishka:

Something I love about this episode (and the manga as a whole) is the juxtaposition between the more natural appearances/natures of the evil creatures of Fantasia and those of demonkind. They probably didnít pay it any mind, but I wonder what those giants thought when these surreal/Lovecraftian apostles started coming at them. Dragons must seem painfully banal by comparison.

I like the heart (flower?) design on Soniaís armor too. And Griffithís looking like a total badass, as usual. A part of me wishes heíd change up his strategy though, but if it ainít broke donít fix it, I guess.

Iím really excited to see what happens next. I can only imagine if Griffith and his army arenít headed to the bakiraka then theyíre going somewhere, or doing something, thatís equally awesome.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Movies you've recently watched
« on: April 01, 2018, 03:28:15 AM »
Went to see Ready Player One a couple days ago. It's got some nice visuals and some cool references for those of us over 30, but I wasn't blown away. The plot in particular is the movie's weakest point.

I was hoping the movie would be great but was afraid thatís how itíd end up. What a shame.

Current Episodes / Re: Episode 355
« on: March 22, 2018, 05:39:16 AM »
Wonderful episode. Cascaís complicated feelings regarding Griffith have me very interested in, and a bit nervous about, how this will all play out. Thereís a 0% chance itíll happen, but personally I hope the memories come back chronologically and slowly. Iíd like Cascaís devotion to Griffith to return, her worrying about Griffithís well-being, realizing (and then accepting) the horror of what he did, and then having Cascaís old devotion be transformed into a strength. In the vein of the old Casca who was a highly skilled soldier, commander of men, and leader of the army when the shit hit the fan, Iíd like to see her devotion transformed into responsibility-driven resolve. A ďGriffith was the god we served and propped up, our god turned out to be an evil shithead, so itís on us to Ďright the wrongíĒ kind of mentality.

TL;DR: Iím genuinely happy we have Casca back, and I canít wait to see how this goes.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Movies you've recently watched
« on: January 01, 2018, 03:12:55 AM »
Well, I guess it depends on what you think it was. To me it was a pretty excellently constructed horror satire and social commentary where every detail actually mattered and pays off, and it works both as a straight horror concept and obviously on a much greater scale as an allegory (though each part enhances the other instead of getting in each other's way). Some of the themes actually aren't that different from 2049, but fresher, deeper and more specific than exploring humanity and human rights via robots. That's why I rated it higher despite 2049 being more up my alley as a gorgeous, top tier sci-fi thriller. In general I also think the surprise factor worked in Get Out's favor: it's a horror movie from a comedy guy and is supposed to have some social commentary that could all easily fall flat, but instead it worked on every level and blew away expectations. Wheras something like Blade Runner both has to live up to larger than life expectations while also being pretty esoteric (the big budget prestige follow up to a movie that bombed). Anyway, I'd recommend giving it a second chance because it's a different experience when you already have the puzzle pieces fit together.


I loved Get Out.  Found the premise considering the twist quite original and overal a disturbing enjoyable film.

What he said.

Have you guys listened to Peeleís commentary for Get Out? I loved the movie, but the commentary added so much to the film for me. I was surprised by how many little details in the film were symbolic or had deeper meanings (for example the deerís head in the room they imprison the main character in being a symbol of black men/masculinity, ďbuckĒ being a word used for a black man). Peele also has a pretty cool mythology for the movie that unfortunately was only very lightly hinted at. And heís a total horror nerd so itís fun relating to him as he geeks out on the subject.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Star Wars: The Last Jedi
« on: December 25, 2017, 04:32:22 AM »
Well, I don't think it's such a simple litmus test either, like if Luke can feel moments of despair (of course he can); Hamill even said Luke might take a few years to regroup, but this is about the core, direction and summation of his entire character, and considering his heroism is a large driving force of the original trilogy it's strange that he completely gave up on everyone and everything he cares about for the convenience of this plot. So, I think Hamill is pretty spot on and in touch with the character he's embodied so well over the years (I think I like real life Hamill more than "Jake" from TLJ =). But that's the story Johnson wanted to tell and he tells it about as effectively as can be, but I don't think it's a great or even very true direction to take the character, more like a 'what-if?', and certainly not a worthy swan song (I don't think that was the point, but they took on that burden). Anyway, it's the only Luke-centric sequel we're going to get, so those of us hungry for that will ultimately have to make peace with it or banish it to the prequel zone.

I hear you. The people I sincerely feel really bad for are those who spent their lives engulfed in the Expanded Universe material. I canít imagine how much it must suck to see how Luke actually ended up after reading countless books about Lukeís post-ROTJ adventures and building up this mythos/idea of him over decades.

My never getting into the EU was a saving grace in this case. I can only go on the logic of ďdoes this make sense within the context of the movies/canon/character?Ē And Johnsonís decision does so Iím fine with it.

Take Admiral Ackbar as an example. I fucking love the guy. Who doesnít? He dies in this movie. And everyone was pissed he died semi-off screen. ďHow could you kill off Ackbar like that?! He deserved better!Ē But hereís the thing: Ackbar becoming a huge fan favorite doesnít change the fact he was a bit player in the Star Wars story. Within the context of the story he didnít deserve a grand, glorious, focused-on death. Doing so wouldíve been pure, unnatural fan service. So even though I love the character, Iím fine with the death he got.

Anyway, I understand this thread isnít meant for my kind of folk so Iíll stop parading on everyoneís rain.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Star Wars: The Last Jedi
« on: December 24, 2017, 08:14:26 AM »
Well, I wouldn't mind you showing your work here though because that's pretty high praise! I mean, the movie is non-stop action (or motion depending on you POV), but so are a lot of movies, the prequels and TFA included, so what made this one stand out to you in such a positive way? What makes it more authentic and genuinely magical? It is full of ideas, but what made them hit home for you in such dramatic fashion versus, say, the sports bar in Attack of the Clones?

I honestly don't know if I can answer that in a satisfying way so please bear with me.  I'll use Rogue One as an example.  They literally beat you over the head with the hope message, but the movie never instilled a feeling of hope in me (making a movie that's based around the idea of hope end with everyone dying probably wasn't the best idea  :ganishka:).  The Last Jedi touches on the idea here or there, but it does so in a way that really struck home with me.  When Luke showed up to stare down the First Order, I realized (beyond the obvious fact he was stalling for the Resistance) what he was doing.  The non-First Order galaxy had lost all hope, seeing the Resistance as a lost cause.  And Luke's act (and sacrifice) was ultimately supposed to replace the fear and despair in the galaxy's citizen's hearts with hope and the belief that victory is possible.  It was essentially the Star Wars version of the coach's epic halftime motivational speech in every sports movie when the team's down by fifty points.  To me that was powerful.  And I felt it.  Right in the old ticker.

I thought the slow speed ship chase was awesome.  Not only was it a new, cool idea, but I felt like it was really well done.  There was a real sense of weight to it.  To use the cliche, I was on the edge of my seat.  Keep in mind I didn't plan on seeing the movie before June so I went ahead and spoiled it for myself as soon as the spoilers hit. I knew how the chase would end.  Even then, every time the movie cut to that part of the story and another ship was destroyed by the First Order, I thought," Oh shit, they're fucked if they don't do something fast!"

I don't care what anyone else thinks, Holdo(?)'s kamikaze run was objectively awesome.

I'm trying to avoid a wall of text so I'll try to tl;dr this.  This movie had weight and consequences.  Because of that, I was captivated.  It told a fun, fresh story that moved along the overall plot of the Star Wars story in a good direction.  I loved the humor.  I loved the fact that the humor was used appropriately.  I loved the action.  It didn't feel like an OT Star Wars movie, but it did feel like a Lucas Star Wars movie to the point where I believe Rian Johnson essentially created the perfect George Lucas-only Star Wars film.  TLJ, to me, is essentially the first third of ROTJ without the Prequel Trilogy-ish parts (the band scene and Fett's death by pratfall).  In other words, it's what Lucas was striving for but failed miserably at achieving.  And I'm totally cool with that.  My problems with the prequel trilogy never had to do with them not being totally serious all the time like in Star Wars or Empire Strikes Back.

ETA: Here are my thoughts on the direction in which they took Lukeís character:

If I were making this Star Wars movie, would I have done what they did with Luke? Nah. But I do love what they did with his character. I thought it was realistic, natural, and true to his core character.

(Before I begin I want to say this is how I see it. Iím not suggesting this is The Truth and all other interpretations are wrong.)

In the OT, Luke was given two jobs, defeat the Emperor/Vader and rebuild the Jedi order. Now Luke obviously completed job #1, but job #2 would prove to be tougher. Hereís 2 reasons why:

1. Luke never completed his training, either via Jedi or Sith, so his understanding of the Force, and the entirety of the Jediís understanding of it, was probably fairly shallow. At the very least we can say he probably didnít have the same depth of knowledge that Yoda or Kenobi had.

2. Luke has a cocky streak in his nature. Not only has it been commented on in the OT but itís shown in ROTJ during the first third.

Now Iím not saying Luke was an arrogant idiot, but I do think he wasnít aware of how little he probably knew. And why wouldnít he be that way? He literally defeated the biggest badass Force users in the galaxy AND was crowned a true Jedi by Yoda himself.

So how I see things is after Luke defeated the Empire he either helped his sister rebuild the Republic a bit before starting job #2 or immediately began construction on a temple and finding Force sensitive kids.

Kylo joins Lukeís school, and this is where Lukeís two ďflawsĒ start to come into play. Now I can see Luke seeing his job as teacher as essentially a lay up. Nobody knows the Force better than him, right? So when he senses the dark side in Kylo and investigates further, his realization of just how much ďthe cancer has spread,Ē per se, coupled with its complete blindsiding of him caused him to momentarily ignite his lightsaber. Unfortunately those few seconds changed everything, and to me I love the idea of that.

Doing something bad sucks. You regret the action. You regret the consequence/fallout. And you hate/regret the mindset that led you to that action.

But unintentionally doing something bad is infinitely worse. Imagine youíre having a nightmare. Your body feels movement in the darkness of your room. You suddenly wake and instinctively defend yourself. You feel your hand connect and hear sobbing. You run over to the light, turn it on, and your kidís there crying, holding his cheek, and looking at you with eyes of fear and betrayal. Now not only do you have all the guilt and weight of the bad action but the added guilt and weight of knowing you never meant to do it and would never intentionally do it. Things like making amends, rebuilding trust, etc are now even harder and more painful for you.

So Luke unintentionally slaps his kid and, as if that werenít enough, in doing so accidentally creates the next Vader. Think about that. His one mistake, which is bad enough on its own, ends up unleashing hell on the galaxy (with a wink and a nod to Snokeís corruption).

If that doesnít put the fear of Go-... the Force in you, and make you suddenly aware of your own limitations, I donít know what will.

So Luke, understandably, is now in a position where heís emotionally/mentally devastated, acutely aware of his own ignorance, and snakebitten to the nth degree. So whatís more natural than for him to try to find more knowledge by locating the earliest Jedi temple he can find and isolate himself from both the galaxy and Force so he canít make another devastating mistake?

Makes sense to me, at least. But Iím just a poor country lawyer.

Now Iíve got some beef with Lukeís actor...

Hamill said, in effect, he didnít like what Johnson did with Luke because he believes Luke always sees the good/Light in others, even when it appears theyíre completely lost like Vader.

However, I donít believe thatís true as evidenced by the OT. When Luke found out Vader was his father, his goal did change to trying to turn him good again to the point he risked death by going into the very heart of the enemyís lair. But what happened when he was there? What happened when Vader sensed he had a daughter, and said they could turn her to the dark side?

Luke embraced the anger of the dark side, beat the shit out of Vader, and nearly killed him. Now Iím no expert on human psychology, but to me murdering someone suggests youíve given up on them, on trying to turn Vader good again.

Someone might say,Ē But he didnít kill him! He stopped himself!Ē

Thatís true. But why did he stop? Did he remember his plan to turn Vader?

Remember the Cave of Evil scene in ESB where Luke faced the projection of his greatest. His greatest fear wasnít that he would die. It wasnít that there was no good left in Vader. His greatest fear was that HE would turn to the dark side.

When Luke bashed Vader and cut off his hand, the sight of Vaderís mechanical stump reminded him of his own mechanical hand. And with the help of some Emperor douchebaggery, Luke realized his greatest fear was coming true. THAT is what shocked him back to ďnormal.Ē It wasnít the love for his father. It wasnít suddenly remembering his dad had good in him. It was his fear of joining the dark side that put him back on the right path.

So I believe Hamill is wrong. Luke can, momentarily at least, ďgive upĒ on someone. But I donít know if Luke did, or could, give up on Kylo. Vader was essentially a victim of circumstance, an at his core good person who was tricked/trapped by the dark side. Kylo WANTS to be evil. Heís not trapped. He was tricked, but heís where he wants to be. If Luke didnít follow him around the galaxy trying to change his mind, is that really giving up on him? I honestly donít know.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Star Wars: The Last Jedi
« on: December 21, 2017, 09:14:15 AM »
I was planning on waiting for the blu-ray release to see this one, given the bad reviews, but the estimated release date is June 19th(!) so I watched it tonight. And I have to be honest here... Best decision of my life. I absolutely fucking loved it. TFA was a solid but average good film, the embodiment of a 5 out of 10. But TLJ was pure fucking gold. I could go on and on about all the details I liked, but it hit me why I was hooked in by this film as it was winding down in its last few minutes: The movie filled me with that genuine sense of adventure. I hadnít felt that way since my first viewing of A New Hope. Shit, I donít even know if Iíve felt that way since I was a kid.

The one thing I really didnít like was when Rose passed out. That was some Prequel Trilogy level bad acting. And I mean that literally. Padmeís double did the exact same thing in Attack of the Clones when she died. And this is terrible of me, but I was kind of hoping she had died, lol. Rose, I mean. Not the double. Who did die.

Current Episodes / Re: Episode 352
« on: December 06, 2017, 10:50:36 AM »
Fantastic news!

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Movies to ???
« on: November 20, 2017, 03:37:20 AM »

I donít know anything about the movie, but telling from the poster I assume itís a combination of Predator and Poltergeist 3.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Star Wars: The Last Jedi
« on: October 10, 2017, 03:03:29 AM »
I like that they put Carrie Fisher in the center of the poster. A nice gesture.

Shootin' the Breeze / Re: Sup
« on: October 01, 2017, 11:03:13 PM »
Welcome aboard, my friend. :)

Shootin' the Breeze / Re: Need help with a tattoo
« on: September 10, 2017, 11:45:57 PM »
Update. Tattoo is done and looks great. Thanks again Aazealh![/url]

It looks great!

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Re: Twin Peaks Returns
« on: September 04, 2017, 04:17:04 AM »
PS: Funny thing I learned by Googling "Odessa Twin Peaks," there's a Hooters-esque sports bar in Odessa, TX named Twin Peaks.

They're all over the place down here. And they're Pacific Northwest/Rocky Mountains/lumberjack themed too so it's like being in the show itself! (And depending on which one you go to there might even be a biker bar fight scene!)

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