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2011.08.06 18:24 TruthTaco HUNTER×HUNTER
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2023.06.04 21:49 LightningPlayz_ Man the dev team do be giving us an easy and rewarding challenge
2023.06.04 21:49 havejubilation On Luke, Seth, and who earns redemption
I’m not judging anyone’s opinions about characters, but I’m curious as I got to thinking about something.
Luke seems to be a generally beloved character.
Seth seems to be pretty strongly polarizing; plenty love him, but many seem to absolutely despise him and consider him basically irredeemable. Some probably just find him annoying, which I get.
Seth has his flaws and his misdeeds, and I’m not here to necessarily defend any of them, though I can understand a lot of the ones that aren’t just due to lazy writing (I die on the hill of my unpopular take that Ryan should’ve listened to Seth about Oliver, rather than strictly the other way around).
This all got me thinking about Luke. I like Luke, but let’s consider some of his actions: He bullied Seth, both physically and verbally, including the use of copious homophobic slurs. He was likewise violent towards Ryan (you could certainly argue that there was more of a reason there).
He also cheated on Marissa with her friend, and did this in front of mutual friends (adding to the humiliation for Marissa). He also led Marissa to believe that they were sharing their first sexual experience together. Then after they’d broken up, he hit on both her best friend (Summer) and her mom.
Luke’s dad’s outing did humble him and clearly helped make him a better person, but he still did a fair number of these things after that went down (side note: I don’t think Seth gets nearly enough credit for how he navigates the Luke thing, given how terrible Luke was to him. You could argue that Seth was sort of forced into it by virtue of Luke and Ryan’s friendship, but still).
The other point is that Luke is seemingly 18 when all of this goes down. Seth is likely around 18 by the end of S3. It’s arguable, but I think most agree that Seth is generally more mature by S4 (other than some frankly tired jokes and storylines). So it’s not like Luke’s lost years were when he was dramatically younger than Seth; they were roughly the same age as they fucked up the most.
Though his dad wasn’t gay, Seth also went through his fair share of trials and tribulations. Being the child of an alcoholic brings its own set of challenges, but he was also bullied and socially isolated from a very young age, while living with antisemitism both in his community and from his own grandfather.
Certainly people could prefer Luke to Seth for various reasons. You also have to see so much of Seth’s weird screw-ups, and I personally find post-S1 Seth to be frequently exhausting, so I get that. What I’m most curious about is the sentiment that Seth is a bad person, while Luke is an endearing Golden Retriever, although I’d say Luke’s actions were objectively worse. I’m all for the redemption of both characters, but am just curious what others think.
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2023.06.04 21:48 Relevant_Quantity_49 "Fractal Noise" is a miserable slog [Spoilers]
Quite literally, as the bulk of the story is four Intrepid Space Explorers ™ walking directly into hurricane force winds from their landing site to a big effing hole in the ground while they deteriorate physically and mentally.
The basic story is simple: a survey ship finds what it believes is proof of intelligent alien life in the form a large, perfect hole which is emitting a strange signal. Despite it being a very inhospitable environment—a desert with the aforementioned hurricane force winds; the hole itself emitting a sound and EMP that will fry equipment and, I dunno, kill you; and neither the equipment or training to reliably overcome these obstacles, they decide to investigate. Naturally, things go wrong.
They go wrong for many reasons, such as the engineer forgetting that equipment to be used in what amounts to a perpetual sandstorm needs to be modified to be resistant to [drumroll] sand; the depressed, apathetic, and possibly passively suicidal protagonist not properly securing equipment, leading to the serious injury of another expedition member; and the only two people who are neither injured nor apathetic hating each other’s guts.
Mainly because one is a hedonistic Atheist stereotype while the other is a fanatical Fundamentalist Christian stereotype.
And, yes, we get to read their conversations.
If being stuck in a small space with what amounts to a couple of edgy teenagers on internet message board sounds miserable, just wait, it gets worse. The protagonist, Alex, is depressed in the extreme after his wife’s death. His internal monologue, which comprises a solid chunk of the page count, is him perseverating over her death, the uncaring universe, whether the divine exists, and coming to the basic conclusion “what’s the point?”
Unfortunately, this makes him an extremely unpleasant person to spend 250 or so pages with. (Anyone who has ever listened to a “woe is me” monologue will understand.). It also makes him extremely passive. Moments like the following are not uncommon:
He debated saying anything; was there really a problem worth investigating? He didn’t want to deal with any extra hassle, but if there were a problem with the sledges, then—
(Spoiler alert: There was a problem.)
Of course, it’s hard to tell which is worse: his passivity or his actions.
On the one hand, here is the passivity. (The context is that he checking the anchors for their equipment as they trek across an inhospitable planet in near-hurricane force winds.)
The struts were secure enough. The straps too. He didn’t need to physically check each and every one of them, regs bedamned. It was a waste of time, and he was full out of fucks.
Yes, someone gets hurt, and our oh-so-delightful protagonist immediately thinks
Had he fucked up? If he’d taken the time to properly check the sledges…No. Couldn’t be. He was overreacting. There was no way to know for sure that he could have made any difference. The wind might have been strong enough to push the sledge loose no matter what. No way to be sure. But he couldn’t help but feel responsible.
On the other hand, here’s his activity.
While the team is deciding whether to press on with a non-ambulatory member, thanks to Alex’s fuckup with the sledges, he proposes first leaving the man in their spare Space Tent—yes, an incapacitated man alone on the surface of an alien planet— and then dragging him along.
”There’s a lot more room in the sledges now that we removed the supercapacitors and drive trains…and we wouldn’t have to bring the mast of the sail or the wheels from Chen’s sledge. All that could stay. You and I can handle a few extra kilos, and Pushkin, you’re more than strong enough to handle Chen. He’s not that big.” Alex was bluffing now, making assumptions reason told him were unreasonable, but he wasn’t going to admit as much.
Emphasis mine. I am sure their survival chances were much improved by Alex’s manipulations. (Spoiler alert: They weren't.)
And that leads to my final thought, which is that this is one of the most depressing, nihilistic things I have read in quite a while, all while lacking the literary beauty of a 19th century Russian novel.
It isn’t just the trauma porn as the explorers’ increasing ill health is described in loving detail. It isn’t just that there are no relationship changes between the characters, unless you count the Christian and Atheist going from merely hating each other to being downright homicidal. It isn’t just the tedium of spending a novel in the head of someone who does not give a tinker’s damn until the last few pages when he decides
The expedition had given him a goal, and the goal had given him a reason to keep moving. He recognized that now. As long as he had a destination in mind, he could keep putting one foot in front of the other. It didn’t mean life would be easy or pleasant, but maybe it could be bearable…. Besides, there was someone relying on him now. He couldn’t afford to fail. It was a new feeling. He liked it.
(Too bad he didn’t have that revelation before he started the trip ‘cause, wow, did he let people down.)
No, the worst part is that there’s no point to the suffering. They spend the entire book physically and mentally collapsing, two people die, one is disabled, and only Alex makes it to the hole. His equipment doesn’t, though, so all he has is the Mark I eyeball, which isn’t working too well by that point. What’s more, despite Alex’s newfound optimism, there’s a distinct possibility he and the injured person won’t survive the return trip. (The plan is to convert their sledge into a land yacht and sail back. In hurricane force winds. With neither of the survivors having sailing experience and both being injured.)
I like the story of failed expeditions as much as the next person, but I don’t like it after two hundred pages of a depressed protagonist working with people who hate each other. When you have a story where the protagonist doesn’t see a point for most of it, and the story itself doesn’t see point, should the reader?
Anyway, I hope Paolini got that out of his system so Murtagh
will be fun. Anyone else read this one? It got a huge promotional push from Tor, but I haven't seen much discussion on it.
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2023.06.04 21:48 ElkApprehensive5637 What's the craziest conspiracy theory you've ever heard?
What's the most difficult challenge you've ever faced and how did you overcome it?
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2023.06.04 21:48 AdPuzzleheaded3693 Need to vent
Just need to vent for a little bit.
I have this friend who I have known since 4th grade. We are both 24 now and have kept in touch ever since. Recently my friend had his 25th birthday party and invited friends and family to join. I was not invited. I know that it’s because I’m terrible at answering his phone calls and texts. He’s always tried to keep in touch and it usually takes me a few days to get back to him. Granite, I have been in grad school for the last 2 years which has been one of the most challenging experiences in my life. Most days I’ve gotten done and just stared at my phone for hours on end with no energy to speak to anyone. Anyways, I know this isn’t that great of an excuse because the real reason I don’t want to talk to this person is be cause he talks so much about himself. One time I timed a phone call and for 27 minutes we talked about him and his life and for 3 minutes we talked about me. Our conversations are ALWAYS like this. When I do get the chance to speak about me he rushes to find new ways to talk about himself and it has been bothering me for a while. Am I being unreasonable? Should I just talk to him about it?
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2023.06.04 21:47 mrclark121 Understanding The Foundation & Gains From Dihexa...
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Dihexa shields nerve cells from harm. According to studies, it shields neurons against harmful oxidization, lethal over-excitation, and other cellular harm. Dihexa may offer treatment prospects for neurological and mental illnesses like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and Huntington's disease by maintaining the health and function of neurons.
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2023.06.04 21:47 Cin-Derella L'inferno (1911)
L'inferno, released in 1911, stands as a groundbreaking piece of cinematic history, marking an important milestone in the development of the medium. Directed by Francesco Bertolini, Adolfo Padovan, and Giuseppe De Liguoro, this silent Italian epic is an adaptation of Dante Alighieri's classic work, "Inferno," the first part of his epic poem, "The Divine Comedy."
As one of the earliest feature-length films ever made, L'inferno pushes the boundaries of what was considered possible in the nascent art form. Its ambitious scope and imaginative storytelling captivated audiences of the time, and its influence can still be felt in contemporary cinema.
The film takes viewers on a journey through the nine circles of Hell, as described by Dante in his masterpiece. It depicts various sinners, demons, and torments that await them in each level, culminating in the frozen lake of Cocytus and the ultimate confrontation with Satan. The filmmakers' commitment to bringing Dante's vision to life is commendable, as they meticulously recreate the intricate landscapes and vivid imagery described in the poem.
Visually, L'inferno is a feast for the eyes. The meticulously designed sets and costumes add a layer of authenticity, transporting the audience to a vivid and otherworldly realm. The use of innovative special effects, considering the technological limitations of the time, is astonishing. From the mesmerizing transformations of characters to the elaborate depictions of punishment, the film showcases the creativity and resourcefulness of the filmmakers.
Despite its age, L'inferno retains its power to evoke emotions. The performances, conveyed through the exaggerated gestures and expressions of the silent era, effectively convey the suffering, fear, and despair experienced by the damned souls. The musical score, while not an original part of the film, enhances the viewing experience by capturing the intensity and atmosphere of the depicted scenes.
It is worth mentioning that the pacing of L'inferno might feel slow by contemporary standards. The film's runtime exceeds two hours, and its commitment to staying faithful to the source material means that some scenes may appear repetitive or overly prolonged. However, considering its historical significance and the technical challenges faced during production, this can be forgiven as a testament to the filmmakers' dedication.
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2023.06.04 21:47 Responsible_Bike5136 I deliberately tried to induce myself in a nightmare trip and the results were far beyond unexpected
I wasn’t sure where to post this story but figured it was better anywhere than to remain just in my head. For starters, I was lead to believe that taking psychedelics while depressed or suicidal can often induce bad or “nightmare trips”. I was very adamant on avoiding having this experience until I woke up this morning suicidal, heartbroken and lost in life. I was on the phone to samaritans (a suicide hotline for anyone who isn’t familiar) looking for some sort of closure that I wasn’t seeming to be able to obtain from someone aiming to reassure me by using the same old “everything is going to be okay” line I have always been told. I decided it was time to face my troubles in an unconvetional way by deliberately taking some lsd mixed with shrooms. Initially i was overwhelmed with feelings of grief and worry, but became more so determined to challenge everything the psychedelics were prepared to show me. I decided to have a walk down to a coffee shop and enjoy a busy sidewalk as my sort of “canvas” to allow my brain to paint weird and wonderful patterns on while I ponder about life and decisions i made in life. It seemed remarkable as to how the lsd and the shrooms almost came together and avert the once self destructive thoughts i had into more positive, self reflective ones. Instead of deciding to end it all i began pondering about future plans involving taking part in charities and other ways to become a more giving considerate person. There was so much positivity and careful planning of how to make things better that i definitely would not have been able to do sober. Its like i was able to administer myself some sort of mental therapy i was in need for so long that i couldnt have found anywhere else. This was not the nightmare trip i was expecting, but rather a glimmer of hope in one of my darkest moments. hopefully this story reaches those who are in a similar position to me. Stay tripping and stay positive.
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2023.06.04 21:47 ironicallyofcourse Instead of subreddits going private as a protest, it would be smarter if subreddit posts were steered to mess up the front page as much as possible.
A privated sub will gather no attention. A highly upvoted and commented post will reach the front page and all
. Effective protests have to gather proper attention, and if a subreddit only allows one post – a protest post – that would gather attention on everyones front pages.
What I'm thinking of is the hashtag "BlackoutTuesday"
that went viral during the protests in USA 2020. I don't want to talk about the politics, but of it's efficiency as a protest. The protest was mostly users posting a black square. It was in your face, and appeared everywhere so that users of the site were unable to use it. The criticism of the movement was "that the blackout pictures are currently filling up feeds" but in this case it would be a strength. It would ruin the browsing experience – which is exactly what is needed.
I don't know what would be the ideal way to do this given these theoretical aspects I've presented, but I think privating the subs would mean missing out on the opportunity to ruin the front page and all
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2023.06.04 21:46 dazaizer0 Hi! Just finished the first level of my rage game. If you like challenges, I invite you to play BAD GAME :)
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2023.06.04 21:46 stancios00 My Journey to Regaining Health - I'm cured 80% I would say
Hi everyone, I want to share my stories, maybe some of you will find it interesting.
It all began ten years ago when I was diagnosed with EBV through a blood test that showed persistently high levels of IgM for several months. Since then, I have experienced anxiety, depression, widespread pain, nerve pain, brain fog, lack of energy and joint pain all over my body. Before receiving the EBV diagnosis, I had consulted more than 20 doctors, 5 IRM scans, 30+ blood tests, no one having any idea why I'm feeling so bad and telling me is all in my head and to go to therapy. :)
Seven years ago, I relocated to Germany, and although I started feeling somewhat better after a few months, my condition remained challenging. Seeking relief from my symptoms, I visited a doctor who diagnosed me with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and conducted numerous tests. Apart from finding high levels of IgG for EBV, nothing else appeared to be wrong. The doctor prescribed a medication called pancreoflat, suggesting that the lack of enzymes might be contributing to my IBS symptoms. Surprisingly, the IBS symptoms improved significantly, and my pain decreased noticeably. However, after a year, I moved to Spain, and that's when my digestive issues worsened, accompanied by intensified body pain and lack of energy. I visited various doctors and underwent intolerance tests, which revealed positive results for lactose, fructose, and sorbitol. I decided to adopt a meat-only diet, which miraculously alleviated all my pain and resolved the IBS symptoms. Additionally, I supplemented with vitamin D, although I don't believe it was the sole cure.
For four years, I experienced a remission period during which I had energy and could eat a wide range of foods. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic, some family member hospitalisation and deaths, brought back my pain, IBS, debilitating brain fog, and depression. I started to buy supplements, paying thousands of euro....nothing worked. I was reading continuously studies and trying different things..nothing worked.
I consulted several doctors, one of whom was highly recommended in Barcelona. He suggested to try medication for MCAS in the gastrointestinal tract, specifically Sodium Cromoglycate (https://www.immedicohospitalario.es/uploads/2018/04/ultimos_anos_13906_20180425034658.pdf
), which I have been taking for over a year along with L-glutamine and quercetin. According to his theory, increased intestinal permeability allows various substances to enter the bloodstream, causing antibodies to trigger pain responses. During this time, I also underwent a colonoscopy, which revealed Helicobacter pylori infection that was treated with antibiotics. Additionally, I visited a rheumatologist who conducted a series of blood tests, all of which showed normal results except for elevated levels of EBV IgG and below-normal levels of serum Immunoglobulin M (IgM). The rheumatologist prescribed sulbutiamine 400 mg per day. https://www.healthrising.org/blog/2021/04/15/thiamine-b-1-chronic-fatigue-syndrome-fibromyalgia/
Throughout the year, while taking sodium cromoglycate, sulbutiamine, and L-glutamine, I gradually experienced a reduction in pain, estimated to be around 20-30%. However, the persistent brain fog remained, and the pain in my leg persisted as the most severe symptom. It was then that I stumbled upon a forum where someone mentioned that high doses of thiamine HCL could alleviate brain fog. I began taking 1500 mg of thiamine HCL instead of sulbutiamine, and my brain fog miraculously disappeared. Moreover, the gastroenterologist prescribed prebiotics (https://www.farma-vazquez.com/cenat-granulado-400-g-578357.html
) and probiotics (Symbioflor 2) plus I asked him about metformin. In one of the blood tests my insulin resistance was way of the border and I read about this https://www.reddit.com/cfs/comments/pn018g/my_2_years_of_chronic_fatigue_turned_out_to_be/
. He was ok to prescribe me metformin, laughing and saying people are taking it to become young and why not to take it as it helps also the gut.
Over the past three months, I have experienced significant improvements in my overall well-being, regained energy, and noticed a remarkable reduction in pain.
What I take consciously now:
- THIAMAX 100mg morning and 100 mg afternoon (previously I was taking 1500 mg of Thiamine HCL)
- LDN 4.2 mg before bed
- Metformin 400mg morning, 400 afternoon.
- 20 drops Symbioflor 2 before bed
- one spoon of Cenat before bed
I believe Sodium Cromoglycate was the main thing in all this healing process and took a while until did its job.
My theory with CFS/Fibromyalgia: might related to immunity, genetics, something which might be related to your gut. Maybe I have another remission, which I hope not.
I learned MCAS is triggered by food, weather, noise, stress, light, mood etc.
I hope this information will help some of you. Now I can enjoy the life, the things I love...eat whatever I want except fruits (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5936760/
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2023.06.04 21:45 generic90sdude How representative is US cinema and TV show when it comes to language?
Do Hollywood films and TV shows represent normally spoken English in the US well? In my country, the spoken language is a bit different from the TV/ movie language. TV/ movie uses sort of a "sanitized" version of spoken language. Is that the case for the USA too? I've always been a huge fan of US movies and shows and I understand the TV/ movie language very well. Based on that, will I find it easy to have general conversations with normal Americans? If not, how can I improve my comprehension? suggestions are welcome
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2023.06.04 21:45 Dull_Offer5235 What's the most challenging task you've ever accomplished?
What's the most hilarious thing you've ever witnessed at a party?
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2023.06.04 21:45 CipherPsycho compatibility
Hello fellow Redditors,
This post is a little difficult for me to write, but I've been grappling with a unique situation and I'm hoping to find some advice or perhaps others who've faced similar challenges.
To start with, I'm a 28-year-old man with a keen interest in very specific fields - pentesting, electrical engineering, astrophysics, software engineering, DIY electronics, server networking, welding, mining, building rockets, chemistry and so forth. I find immense satisfaction and joy in these pursuits, and they form a core part of who I am. It's not an exaggeration to say that my interests are a bit niche, and it has been challenging to find women who share these interests or even understand them at all.
Allow me to provide a little more insight into my living situation and, as it happens, my workspace. My property encompasses a primary residential structure (my home), and surprisingly, an even larger structure that serves as my personal laboratory. This lab isn't a makeshift project; it's an old government edifice that was previously used for intensive chemistry work, imbuing it with a rich historical and scientific aura.
Over time, I've given this space a comprehensive upgrade. The erstwhile chemistry lab has been revamped and expanded upon, and I've allocated significant areas for various pursuits. There's a dedicated woodworking shop, resplendent with all necessary tools and machinery, ready to bring woodwork projects to life. My part-manufacturing room holds a few 3d printers, laser cutters, and more. I've also put together a metal refining shop to satiate my mining interests – my property houses old mines, and spending a few days mining and refining assorted metals is an activity I thoroughly enjoy.
Another section of my lab is committed to electronics engineering – a field I hold dear. This is accompanied by my rocket development area and launch pad, which are seeing increasing use as I transition from amateur to professional rocketry. Though such endeavors typically require a larger team, I find myself thriving on the challenge of tackling these ambitious projects solo, adhering to my fiercely independent nature.
For the stargazing and astrophysics part of my hobbies, I've installed a sizeable observatory on the building's roof. Lastly, the lab also boasts a sophisticated underground bomb shelter that has been equipped with advanced waste and water recycling systems, reflecting my interest in sustainability.
In the past, I've had five relationships, each lasting between one and three years. While I've cared for each partner, none has matched the compatibility I felt in my first relationship, and I find myself constantly seeking that same connection. The issue I'm facing is not just one of shared interests but also of shared passion - for learning, for exploring, and for the topics that I hold dear.
One solution could be to find someone who respects and supports my interests even if they don't share them, but I've found that such differences can sometimes lead to a lack of understanding and emotional distance. I would greatly value a partner who can engage with me on the topics I love.
I've considered various ways to meet potential partners, from online dating sites to forums and groups dedicated to my interests, but it often feels like searching for a needle in a haystack. I'm sure there are women out there who share my interests - the challenge is finding them.
I'm reaching out to this community in hopes of finding advice, resources, or even just words of encouragement. Has anyone else faced this kind of situation? How did you navigate the dating world with a unique set of interests or under time pressure? Any thoughts, suggestions, or stories are welcome.
Thank you for taking the time to read this and for any support you can provide. I'm truly grateful for any help in navigating this challenging situation.
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2023.06.04 21:45 Suspicious-Basket195 So much good So much iffy So much bad
Dang this game is a mixed bag for me right now.
Starting with the good. WOW the art team killed this game literally annihilated it with how good it looks. Its a joy to just look around. In combo with the cinematic team this is generally a really great visual eye candy game. The map feels good overall and the dungeons look different enough to where it doesn't quite feel like I'm in the same space every time. The voice acting is phenomenal for all characters and I felt really immersed in their lines and story when the story was good.
For the iffy. MINOR Spoilers for this part. I felt the story was lacking some major set pieces to set the scene. I randomly end up in different climates and have no idea why I'm really here other than the game telling me I need to be there. A brief cinematic or overview of the new lands would have been nice. It felt very Mario "Your princess is in another castle". The ending felt very this is DLC coming!!!! and less like a conclusion.
Another iffy thing for me is the skill bar. It's 2023 let me at least have a ultimate skill slot that is separate. PLEASE.
For the bad. The skill tree is objectively very bad. I had hoarded 10 skill points as a Druid in the level 40 range because there was nothing of benefit in using them and I was hoping I would get an item that would make them useful. If you want proof of it put only 1 skill point in each of your 5 point skills and you will notice almost no difference in damage, cool-down, or status. It all felt the same no matter what. For instance I know it is a gauge filler but the arc lighting skill the druid has for each point you put in gives you like 20 more damage which is literally nothing.
The level scaling to character is also kinda bad. It could be toned down in certain parts of the game. I don't mind doing a dungeon with a friend of a different level and it scaling since that allows me to play with my friend. But in the over world it felt bad having everything always taking the same time to kill. This ties into the last point.
No matter what I do unless its getting a new aspect which is RANDOM I never feel stronger during the grind. And now that I have my aspects I want I literally never feel stronger even if you drop a new weapon with 100 more damage it still feels about the same. This is different from my Diablo 3 experience (That game has issues to) but I remember to this day a decade later of dropping a legendary sword that bought my damage up 300 from where it was and had an affect of shooting out tornadoes that did damage and it felt for lack of a better word fucking awesome. And it was a sad moment when 12 levels later the enemies finally out leveled the weapon. I want to feel like an overpowered demon slaying machine. Difficulty should come from knowing when to use an ability, when to dodge, when to fortify, and when to heal, etc. It should not come from me feeling week.
Also I need more zoom out
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2023.06.04 21:44 Level_Aerie963 Am i the only one who actually likes these four characters?
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Okay, before you guys get all angry at me in the comments below, let me say why I like these characters. submitted by Level_Aerie963 to Totaldrama [link] [comments]
Amy is an great representation of the evil twin stereotype, she's actually an cruel, mean, and abusive person to her younger sister Sammy, and that's the whole point of her character. Ngl...I actually found Amy to be quite enjoyable and a funny at times, especially her "im a parfait" line. The personality difference between Sammy and Amy worked so well too, Sammy, being the nice and shy one of the paring, while amy was the cruel and mean one of the paring. Like come on, these parings are nothing new in television, we see the "good twin vs the evil twin" paring a lot in television, it's nothing new in total drama's case. I know there's a few people out there who thinks that Amy and Sammy should've had an relationship similar to Emma and kitty from the RR, Emma was stern and strict but she loved her sister and wasn't afraid to show it, and kitty was very fun loving and energetic and always got on her sister's nerves frequently due to her love for taking selfies. If these personalities were given too amy and Sammy, Amy would've been an 100x likable than she is now. From what I've seen, it looks like there's a few good PI fanfics where amy became a better person and sister to Sammy, I personally don't read fanfics a lot, i read them rarely nowadays, but i may read one of i desire too.
Now, as for Stephanie, she was downright enjoyable in my opinion. Stephanie had a massive hair trigger temper and she was fiercely competitive, her personality was so enjoyable and funny to watch on screen, and especially her interactions with Ryan couldn't be more perfect. Ryan has a calm and easygoing personality, which bounces off perfectly from the two, especially their two voice actors, their voices bounced off so well whenever Stephanie and Ryan always argued and fought all the time. Ryan and Stephanie were also a great representation of the toxic couple stereotype, even if Ryan and Stephanie went back and fourth with loving and hating each other.
And lastly, Taylor. Yeah, I know, isn't it ironic how both Taylor and Amy were both voiced by the same voice actress and have similar personalities? Taylor is also a a great representation of the spoiled brat stereotype. Like, look at her, she's demanding, mean, and rude, especially towards her hardworking mother who's more chill and polite. Honestly, Taylor did her role of the spoiled child stereotype very well, she was a little enjoyable to see on screen and a little funny as well. Especially the part where she Taylor had to swim for one challenge, but she struggled the entire time to swim, and lets not forget that one part where Taylor, out of anger, kicked a goat only for it to come back and hit her right back.
As for chase, it took me a while to warm up to him. Chase is honestly adorable and his selfish stupidity was quite funny to watch on screen. And it's like, every time he'll try to flirt with Emma was also hilarious and pathetic of him to do. A big plus to chase's character is his friendship with zee and ripper, these three characters have such a cute friendship and it's not a toxic friendship to my surprise, despite ripper and chase being huge jerks, they work surprisingly well with zee who's more chill and easygoing. This also works well with chase's likability as a character. Chase and Emma's relationship is also a great representation of the toxic relationship stereotype. I still hope chase gets a little bit of character development in the next half and doesn't act nearly as selfish as he did before.
I know a lot of people hate these three characters, but, at the end of the day, total drama is a fictional television show and so are the characters. It's okay to like any total drama character who want, just as long as you don't support that character's actions in real life. I always had a thing for assholish characters, those types of characters are enjoyable to me, they always were.
2023.06.04 21:44 SinoBot Could BRICS challenge U.S. dominance in the global economy? Inside Story
2023.06.04 21:44 wormmzyzz [TOMT] [Baby show] [2010s] Sensory puppet show thingy
I recall going onto Netflix around the early 2010's (2010-2015) and seeing this intriguing puppet show and I know for a fact that it is real. I just can't find it anywhere. It had a colorful puppet (with human-like proportions yet unrealistic colors) and a real-life human woman assistant and they'd do sensory activities, mainly having to do with touch. One scene I remember in particular had to do with a big rectangular tub filled with sand. I can't remember how the woman looked exactly, but she was white and had hair that wasn't super light or super dark. The setting that it took place in was also very colorful, sort of like an elementary school classroom. It was removed from Netflix (USA) later into the 2010's though, like around 2016. A show similar to it, set wise and puppet wise, is Harry the Bunny.
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