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My (24f) bf (22m) of 1 yr seems emotionally disconnected. We have different love languages. Is there a way for us to meet in the middle?
2023.06.03 07:15 ForgetterGogetter My (24f) bf (22m) of 1 yr seems emotionally disconnected. We have different love languages. Is there a way for us to meet in the middle?
I love him a lot and am grateful to have him in my life. He’s been so patient, kind, willing to help, simple, and he's unlike anyone I’ve ever met. Currently we’re long distance and live hours apart. I recently came back from vacation with my family and before leaving I cried to him about missing him and us not being able to see each other for awhile when I came back since he was moving back home. Some background, he was studying and living at the same uni I went to, which is in a nearby city.
During the weekends, my parents let him stay with us. That was months into our relationship. They didn’t like to have him drive back so late after our dates and he was very helpful when we needed assistance. After he finished school, he moved in with us so we were used to seeing each other everyday. Sometimes I did get busy and/or distracted with other things, and we came across some challenges but nonetheless, it was a blessing. a month later, he decided to move back home.
Early during the month-long vacation, I missed him a lot. I talk a lot in general, but I was hoping for messages from him that conveyed some interest over the vacation, journey, anything. My love language is words of affirmation. I’m aware that I am an emotional person and also insecure. I think his is acts of service. I remember being really tired once, so he took over doing the dishes and placed a blanket over me :)
I do think we share an equal amount with quality time and physical touch. One of the greatest things I appreciate in our relationship is that we never stopped holding the other’s hand, which has been this way since our first few dates. My phone charge also lasts a lot longer because I don’t use it as much in his presence. Quite early in our relationship, his lock screen on his phone and PC were of me :) and I followed suit
I was disappointed when he did send a message. Not a good morning or how are you but something that was immature and gross. I let him know how I felt. That my needs weren’t emotionally met, how I held back on talking too much because of the lack of response, and asked if he was willing to be more responsive? I mentioned that I was willing to meet him in the middle over the ways we could communicate. I even had a call with his best friend towards the tail end of the trip, who had to reassure me that he loved me because I was too embarrassed to talk to him myself.
He apologized, and then sent me messages on what he was up to with some pictures. I was really happy to see that and let him know. Now, it looks like we’re back to square one. Feels like I have to initiate things. He says that I can come visit him whenever, which is great and I look forward to visiting him soon but I don't know…it’s so casually said. There’s nothing personal, warm, or inviting about it. Feels like sometimes I chase and initiate contact. Once a few months ago, I went through 5 days of not hearing from him. He was planning on picking me up for our usual date but didn’t text me for that long, so I got upset and finally admitted to him what was up which he apologized for.
I’m back home now and it’s been busy but I let him know that I wanted to have a call or play a game with him. I feel like I'm too clingy to initiate though now. I know he’s not the most emotionally mature or aware at times, so I do let him know, but I don’t think I want to have this conversation again. It’s been…hard. I know he loves me and I love him but I feel tired of having to always look for it somehow through messages. I worry that we don’t have anything new to talk about now because we honeymooned ourselves. We have different lives where we are and different upbringings, so maybe that’s factoring in here. He’s the only child of his parents and has older half siblings. I grew up with 2. How do I/we proceed? I want to let him know of my feelings, if they’re deemed justified. I want us to meet in the middle with our love languages. I want us to develop a deeper connection. Maybe we need a hobby we can both do over long distances. I want to know I feel wanted, desired, and loved. I want to be told that I am beautiful. I’m going to stop myself from checking our regular communication channels for a bit. I can see he’s in contact and calls with other people, just not me. Feels bad man. If I don’t make the effort first, will he even notice I’m gone? I know our relationship operates differently in person than online but am I even a priority? TLDR: tired of initiating contact over a recently turned LDR relationship. Bf and I share different love languages, I feel emotionally unfulfilled. Seeking advice on how to meet in the middle and speak to him about this.
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2023.06.03 06:51 Sudden_Humor Sora Unchained examined (from the old Goddess Project site)
I am not the original creator. Posted on the old GoddessProject fansite
Sora Unchained Examined to Unconsciable levels.
Part one of an as yet unknown number of posts listing assorted triva, observations, and other neat stuff from the Sora Unchained arc. I've been going back over my old posts on this series and collecting whatever I'd said about the stories while waiting for others to get their copies. Now I'm going to post them in chapter order along with whatever else I might have on that chapter. If anyone else wants to contribute, feel free. Afterwards I'm going to consolidate these posts into one article and post it for general information. If this works out well maybe I'll go back and do this for some of the other arcs.
Sora Unchained arc - Dark Horse Trade Paperback number 19/20 Issued Jan. 2005, To be Reissued Feb. 2012 Kodansha Tankouban Vol. 19 and 20
Part 1 - I Choose You, Sora. Dark Horse issue 105, Feb. 2004 release Let's Decide The New Chief Kodansha chapt. 119, July 1998 release Tankouban Vol. 19
Sora Hasegawa, closet debutant.
The cover illustration shows Sora wearing a "Lolita, Clash, Lolita Lempic... , Paris" shirt. While I'm still looking for details (My daughter seems to recall a punk/SKA group called Lolita Clash) it seems more likely this is a reference to a fancy french perfume label "Lolita Lempicka". It seems to be a fairly high end brand of fragrences with VERY fancy bottles. Further information is desired.
The idea of cheating when drawing lots is a common theme in manga and anime. It's been pointed out on other sites that Tamiya and Otaki are shown setting up poor clueless Keiichi to win the drawing for who gets to be the driver in the OAV's motorcycle contest, and cheating on such selection processes has been used in story plots in Sailormoon and Maison Ikkoku.
There are several ways this supposedly random drawing can be rigged, mostly by whoever sets up the lots in the first place. Hence the comments by the club members about irregularities by Sora's promoters and Keiichi's comeback line of "is this the face of a cheater?!" (Belldandy wouldn't cheat if life itself depended on it. She'd just be sure the right decision would come about.)
The untranslated names of the club members on the bottom of the Choosing Maze are Mitsuwa, Ishii, Hasegawa, Chikafuji, and Kawada. Exactly which name goes with which member other than Sora hasn't been firmly established, but I believe the one with the mustach is Kawada (kon) Suzuki (dou) and the large gentleman is Watanabe (based on wild speculation using information from the Hill Climb Motorcycle and Singing Contest stories). Exactly how this maze game works to select someone is something I'd love to learn, anyone know?
(Addendum - see next post)
Part 2 - The Shortcut To Winning. Dark Horse issue 106, Mar. 2004 release The Way Of Competition Kodansha chapt. 120, Aug. 1998 release Tankouban Vol. 19
The Racing Board shown is a real item. I found an advertisment and website for a Tanaka Paveracer, 40cc power cart that looks remarkably like the ones in the story.
The little creature Belldandy is using is called an Airbug Spiralee. It will be appearing in later chapters. Why Dark Horse felt the need to put an "and" in the name here is unknown.
A most important developement in this story is how a running theme that has existed throughout the series is made absolutely clear here. It wasn't really obvious at first, but a character trait BOTH Belldandy and Keiichi share is that they are gung-ho competitors and nothing makes them happier than squaring off against a new opponent. In the past, their pleasure in such competitions has been clouded by outside circumstances or unhappy results if they lose, but both Bell and Keiichi love a pure challenge they can devote themselves to totally. (This is first mentioned by Bell in the Anime Otoku story.)
This wasn't very clearly shown earlier in the manga, and many stories even made it seem as if Belldandy was rather timid about taking risks. (I know I thought that at first, and from the older posts on the subject I wasn't the only one.) That's why her occasional outbursts of excessive force or effort seemed so out of character. Actually, she's an all or nothing sort of competitor, who is just very choosy about what she decides to get involved in. Normally she tries not to upset things or push herself into situations, but when she decides to go for it (or she feels she's forced to), look out! This aspect of Bell's personality will become more noticable in the manga stories from here on, and if you go back and review the older stories I think you'll see what I mean.
Part 3 - The Director's Curse. Dark Horse issue 107, April 2004 release The Cursed Chief Kodansha chapt. 121, Sept. 1998 release Tankouban Vol. 19
If you didn't notice, Sora is still steering the racing board while riding tandem with Belldandy.
Belldandy HAS driven a go-cart before. She learned by copying Diana Lockheed's moves while racing her back in Winner Take All. However, this race WAS before Chihiro and the other current club members had joined the story.
This is also one of the story arcs where her competitive nature starts showing. (Observe her efforts to win in the races, fight off the sleep demon, and how she can ignore K-1's behavior without embarassment in order to get back on track.)
And for those of you following the TV anime, the next part of the arc (What A Miracle) is where we first see Tamiya in his cheerleader outfit.
It's interesting how Sora never questions just how Belldandy has such an accurate inventory of the interesting wildlife in the area in her head. (Especially as the animals in question would be in motion and not likely to be in the same places day after day. Well maybe the owl would, but otherwise how could a normal person know all those detail with such certainty?) Of course it is Bell saying it, and Sora was distracted.
Still its fun noticing how people just accept what Belldandy tells them without worrying about how she might know such things. (P. S. The Japanese text is just slightly less specific as to the racoons and owls locations, but more specific as to where the starlings are.)
Part 4 - Special Training Dark Horse issue 108, May 2004 release Crash Course Continues Kodansha chapt. 122, Oct. 1998 release Tankouban Vol. 19
The most fascinating aspect of this story is that it shows a 180 turnabout on the part of Bell's sisters. Skuld is going off on a rant about how Belldandy and Keiichi should always be together (at least as far as racing's concerned) , while Urd is saying (at least publically) that it's okay for them to do things apart.
We also haven't seen Skuld do the "PBTTT!" bit for awhile.
I try to not take sides in translation conflicts. I cannot speak or read any Japanese so I don't feel qualified to judge who's version is correct. (I do feel qualified to compare different versions however.) In this story however there are two places where the Dark Horse and independent translations differ in ways that I felt should be pointed out.
In the Japanese version, Keiichi is commenting on how Skuld and Urd are such sisters rather than Belldandy and Skuld.
More importantly, there's a joke in the sequence where the club members are preparing for Sora's next attempt to drive through them that Dark Horse left out. In the panel where the club member in the bandana is standing in front of the really large member, in the English version the smaller member is thinking, "Am I fast enough to dive for cover?" The Japanese version goes more like, "If I have to, I'll hide behind him... " That's what the arrow that Dark Horse left between them is refering to, and if they decided to remove the joke they should have removed the arrow.
Part 5 - Drive Dark Horse issue 109, June 2004 release Everybody Races Kodansha chapt. 123, Nov. 1998 release Tankouban Vol. 19
Not much trivia to report in this story.
The biggest discussion point here is how Dark Horse reinterpreted Keiichi's comments while he's practicing with Sora and what he and Belldandy say to each other that night in the temple garden. The Japanese text doesn't have him actually challanging Sora to follow him or making statements to Belldandy later that he thought he might have been considered as helping Sora. However, the drawings do seem to be depicting him doing just that, so in this case I think the Dark Horse/Studio Proteus version is closer to what Mr. Fujishima intended.
Part 6 - Miles and Miles Dark Horse issue 110, July 2004 release Keiichi's Distance, Hasegawa's Distance Kodansha chapt. 124, Dec. 1998 release Tankouban Vol. 20
Those stamps Tamiya, Otaki, and later Chihiro, are using at their check points are their signature stamps. The letters printed by them are their names.
Keiichi DOES have a Check Point list, his senpais are just choosing to stamp his face to aggravate him.
As a bit of speculation on my part, I'm sure you've noticed how Tamiya and Otaki put on hapi coats with the Whirlwind logos on them after they've stamped both Keiichi and Sora (so Sora and K-1 won't see them wearing them). Such coats are a form of advertising used by shops and worn by people employed by the shop to do things in public places. One of these things is handing out flyers and brochures at special events, which is what I think Chihiro is having them do for her after the racers have passed. More on this in the last story.
Part 7 - The Race Gets Hot, A Goddess Gets Hotter! Dark Horse issue 111, Aug. 2004 release The Race Begins! Goddess Acts Too! Kodansha chapt. 125, Jan. 1999 release Kodansha chapt. 126, Feb. 1999 release Tankouban Vol. 20
One can only wonder how Keiichi heard them tell Sora she might have to pay a toll.
As has been pointed out by many sources, the poster next to the locker room door for the sea slug society is the same poster found on the bulletin board next to the NIT-MCC recruiting poster put up by Keiichi in the movie. I believe this is the first example of a movie reference in the manga.
Urd and Skuld's assistance to Keiichi is interesting for a number of points, not the least of which is that it shows Skuld as probably being able to teleport and levitate the same as Urd. (She seems to have gotten there on her own, and later disappears behind her smoke cloud cover. It doesn't seem like she just ran away and does wind up in the tree with Urd. Now Urd may have been providing transport for both of them, but judging from their conversation I can't see them cooperating to that degree.
They both seem to feel they have a duty to help Keiichi, like he was family. Or to score points with Belldandy. Either way, Keiichi is now an insider in their world view.
The Freaky Potion - Stupid New Machine rivalry is finally firmly established.
Urd establishes the use of a kiss (first seen in the movie) as a method of passing on a spell to someone.
The car next to Belldandy in the parking lot where she's waiting for the race to end is a Caterham Super 7, the same car driven by Sena Wakabayyashi, Ken Nakajima's stepmother in You're Under Arrest. This is the first guest crossover between the two series that I'm aware of.
The conversation between Belldandy and the club members actual marks the end of Kodansha's chapter 125. Chapter 126 starts with the aftermath of Urd's kiss and Skuld's indignation at it. Chapter 126 is then split between Dark Horse issue 111 and 112.
For those (very) few readers who didn't get it, Keiichi is making steam train sounds (chuffa-chuffa! Whoo-woo!)
The trash stalls Keiichi lands in (marked flammable and non-flammable) is a recyling station. Wood and paper goes in the flammable side, plastics and metals are in the non-flammable side. Keiichi crashed in the side with the harder, sharper objects.
911 is not an emergency number in Japan. What Sora is refering to in the Japanese text are emergency procedure numbers in the community disaster response handbook. (There are guideline procedures for fires, floods, earthquakes, car crashes, injuries, heart attacks, etc.)
When Keiichi drives off the ledge and crashes into the recycling bin, he's saved from serious injury by Holy Bell spinning an air cushion for him to land on. But why was she there to save him in the first place? Belldandy is at the finish line in the parking lot, talking to the other club members and waiting for the race to finish, and Holy Bell should be with her. Unless . . .
Maybe Belldandy had already split off a copy of herself at the start of the race and had been keeping an eye on Keiichi, just in case. (The rules of competition are sacred, but she also has a prior commitment to take care of Keiichi.) Which is why she was in a position to dispatch Holy Bell just in time to save him. And also how she knew instantly that Urd had put a spell on Keiichi.
Which would mean she might also have known about Urd kissing Keiichi, but had dismissed it as just the method Urd used to get the spell into him. (So it was probably a good thing K-1 didn't finish saying "incredible kiss". Bell might have reconsidered just how harmless it was and gotten a little jealous.)
As an additional observation, I don't think that angels can be multipled, only the goddesses. As a seperate entity the angel would need to copied seperately and giving each mini-goddess their own angel would be just a bit too much power out there. Rather, I think its more likely that the angel can manifest itself through any one of the copies as needed. Thus, if mini-Bell needs Holy Bell to save Keiichi, she can summon her, but then Bell back at the parking lot cannot while mini-Bell is using her at the recycling center.
Part 8 - The Best Magic Dark Horse issue 112, Sept. 2004 release Aberrant Kiss The Strongest Magic Kodansha chapt. 126, Feb. 1999 release Kodansha chapt. 127, Mar. 1999 release Tankouban Vol. 20
Dark Horse issue 112 contains both Kodansha chapter 126 and 127 Chapter 126 is split between Dark Horse issue 111 and 112. Chapter 126 ends after Belldandy leaves Keiichi to fix his racing board and continue the race.
It was fitting that Dark Horse would celebrate its long established habit of recombining Kodansha manga chapters with its last two comic book issue releases.
When Belldandy and Holy Bell leave Keiichi after he wakes up, they transport themselves through a piece of chromed metal (a mirrored surface).
So Keiichi re-invents the motorized skate board with just the items in his pockets. Now that's a mechanic! I wonder if Mr. Fujishima wanted a chance to do a skateboard montage without making it look like that was what he wanted to do.
It's interesting to note that since the sign says "NO BIKES OR CYCLES" Keiichi is not actually breaking any rules since what he's riding doesn't fit either of those catagories.
As is revealed at the end of this story, a hidden sub-plot of this arc was how mercantile Chihiro can be. Her plot to use the Motor Club's race as an advertising stunt to sell the racing boards is foreshadowed by the scene in the first part of the story where we see how fast Chihiro can put on her "Salesperson Face" and Keiichi's comments on how she can "Turn It On." Later there are hints that she's doing something on her own behind the scenes, then we see she's got Tamiya and Otaki in Whirlwind coats at the check points, but doesn't want Keiichi or Sora to see the coats. Finally, at the end we discover they've been handing out sales brochures, that the race had been advertised as a sales stunt, and that Chihiro has already made a sign exploiting Keiichi's emergency conversion to a motorized skateboard as a sales feature.
This doesn't mean she wasn't honestly trying to help Sora and the NIT-MCC resolve their leadership crisis. It's quite obvious she was. It's just that its also being shown that she's not above using this as an opportunity to further her own mercantile efforts as well.
Kurthy133 Question and Answer
Tim, since you had some speculations about the cover illustration involving Sora's shirt in Part One of the Sora Unchained arc, I was wondering if you had any ideas about Bell's shirt in the cover illustartion of Part Two (39 hat and all.) It is much harder to read, but I figured that if anyone might know, it would be you!
While there might be some significance to the 39, I'm not aware of any. In general what she's wearing seems to be a fairly typical example of race crew wear.
In almost any motorized vehicle race (and many others as well) in Japan where there's enough money available for such things, the support team for a racer is dressed in similar, stylized, color coordinated, semi-casual clothes, often with the name of the sport, the racer's name or number, and the event or team's sponsers on them. (This is common for most professional sports around the world.)
What Belldandy is wearing seems pretty close to what other manga and anime characters I've seen wear at such events (including in the earlier AMG manga and OAV stories.) The board is a lap board where the driver's time is recorded for each lap and held up so the drivers can see how they're doing, Whatever that logo on the shoes is, it's probably a parody of some real sneaker label. And the visible lettering on her sleeve starts with a "G" and ends with "RT", the rest being to my eyes unreadable. While in no way defendable, I'd guess it reads "Go-Cart".
Now, did you notice that Belldandy seems to be wearing the same shirt while sitting on the motorcycle two stories later? The printing on the sleeve is either missing or not visible, but the shirt back has what appears to be "Team Hasagawa" printed on it.
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2023.06.03 06:45 MorbillionTickets Captain America (616) vs Iron Man (Endgame)
Both are in Times Square 300 meters apart from each other
R1: In Character
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2023.06.03 06:06 dave3111 Government built houses
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After WW2 in the UK, the government built a lot of houses as many were destroyed during the war. I don't know the details of who pays and how much etc but I assume that wasn't as important as just getting somewhere for people to live. I believe a lot were prefabricated too and using a government workforce.
Do you think we will get to a point where the Australian Government would use its own workforce (it has tradies in some government agencies, but could mass recruit onto standard government salaries from failing construction companies) to build houses/apartments. I think the answer is no, because it prefers outsourcing and throwing money at a company that says it can solve the problem, but there may be a point when it can't be given to a for-profit company. For example, government infrastructure being built may not profit from sale or use (ie road tolls) but through more economic activity, it can be profitable in the long term holistically, which a private company only involved in the construction cannot benefit from. A government lead taskforce could rezone, build to a quality standard and develop a new suburb wherever it wanted if it saw urgent need.
Some related graphs I thought were interesting, as we tend to think of Australia as a growing population so you can't compare 50 years ago to now.
Who is building houses House price to Salary
How much is getting built
Regarding the 2nd graph if you are interested in why it was so high to start with It may only be of historic curiosity, but it is interesting that house prices were even more expensive in the latter half of the 19th century. They then went on a multi-decade downtrend relative to earnings. This only bottomed out after World War I. There are three important drivers of this: more houses, smaller houses, and rising incomes.
- More houses: There was a more than doubling in the stock of housing in England, Wales and Scotland between 1851 and 1911. It rose from 3.8 million to 8.9 million houses – for reference, today it stands at more than 28 million.
- Smaller houses: Houses built before 1850 were significantly larger than those built after. Prior to 1850, the average house in England and Wales had a plot size of 913 square metres but houses built in the next 50 years had an average plot size of only 268 square metres. This reflected both a shift in construction towards smaller types of housing (e.g. a shift away from detached houses towards terraces) and a downshift in the average size of houses within each category. For example, the average plot size for a pre-1850 terrace was 278 square metres but that fell to 147 square metres for those built between 1850 and 1899.
- Higher incomes: While average house prices fell by 23% between 1845 and 1911 (-0.4% a year), due in part to the two factors above, earnings rose by 90% over the same period (+1.1% a year).
2023.06.03 05:58 7Scissors AITA for demanding my aging mom help me with chores?
I (24F) live with my mom (63F).
I personally consider us more like roommates than anything else at this point. We both work full time and I contribute my fair share to the bills of the household.
I also cook a fair bit for the both of us, about 2-3 times a week. She has a lot of dietary restrictions so I work around those but if she’s cooking, it’s almost never for the both of us.
My mom has general body aches, as an older person normally does, and she uses a cane when walking now.
She does laundry on the weekends but I struggle with that fact that that’s all she does.
She works a standard 40 hours a week, while my schedule can vary and go up to 60 hours.
She and I are both messy people in general. Every other chore in the house has somehow become my responsibility and I feel that’s unfair. When I fall behind on something it eats away at me because I know it needs to get done and I don’t want to upset her.
Earlier this evening she complained about some items that had fallen on the floor, this came after she tripped on the dog mat in front of the dog door and bumped her arm. I believe she became hyper aware of tripping hazards and felt the need to point out items that could do the same thing. They were items that had fallen off the table between where we both sit.
I told her she could simply pick them up, but she outright told me that wasn’t her responsibility. I feel she shifts this blame to me on how I’m supposed to keep up the house mostly by myself (apart from laundry). This is no small task, the house is 2,400 square feet.
Even just last night she asked me to go water the plants in our greenhouse and I told her I would do it tomorrow because I didn’t feel well. She threw her arms up and said “we’ll just try next year” insinuating that because I didn’t want to water them, that all the hard work we had done (planning the layout/what to purchase, buying the seeds, buying the little pots that dissolve in the ground, buying the soil, putting together the greenhouse, watering them consistently, and making a place in the yard to plant them once they’re big enough) was all thrown out the window because I wanted to wait to water them. I feel she could’ve just watered them herself if it was that big of a deal. I called this out and she said nothing.
When I called this behavior out tonight about the clutter on the floor, she goes off on a tangent about “I can’t wait til you move out, I hate when you’re like this” and I just left the room.
I used to come home from work with trash all over the kitchen floor because she wouldn’t clean it up when our dog managed to get into it.
I’m just so tired.
I used to cry about this all the time but I’ve recently become more numb to it, but it still bothers me. I genuinely feel like I’m constantly being gaslit into believing I’m a terrible person because I want her to contribute, but perhaps I am completely wrong.
I just don’t feel like wanting her to pick clutter up off the floor or do a load of dishes a couple times a week is asking too much.
Am I the asshole?
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2023.06.03 05:24 LeiDeGerson Struggling on picking a dog to live with me on an apartment, if I should at all
I always had big dogs, and raised them quite well I think (never had issues that we didn't manage to overcome or at least could learn to live with ). Three German Shepherds and two Huskies, with my family with me and my brother did the walking, education, feeding, specially since my mother couldn't handle them if anything came up.
Nowadays, me and my brother are living alone in a two bedroom apartment with a tiny balcony. But we live literally next door to a huge park (around 250.000 square meters) that's dog-friendly and even has a dog-playground, plus we have smaller parks quite near.
Both me and my brother have very active lifestyles and work from home, so when we did dogsitting for friends we were able to walk their dogs 4x a day (early morning, noon, late afternoon and evening) including at least one hour walks/runs. We very rarely left the dogs alone and never for long periods of time (6-8h).
Dogsitting reminded me how much I love dogs and missed having them in my life. So I've been wanting have one, and have been stewing on that for a few months now, looking at the costs (OK) and how to best adapt and raise them from a puppy. My brother also loves them, but he thinks the kind of dogs we like wouldn't fit well in an apartment and so it'd be cruel to the puppy if they didn't adapt.
So we are at an impasse. Like I said, we like big dogs, or at least fairly active healthy dogs, medium sized at least. I love Dogo Argentinos while my brother has been smitten with Border Collies, and we both like Huskies and Shepherds (German, Swiss, Belgian). Part of the reason I like these dogs is also due to security reasons, mostly for the dog, since people don't come bother (or steal) them, a recurring issue, live in a fairly unsafe country. Since I'd be paying most of the costs, I will be picking the puppy - with my brother's agreement, obviously.
Would these breeds adapt well with our lifestlyes? Or would it be better to wait until I get a home. Suggestions are welcome.
Thanks in advance.
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2023.06.03 04:49 TrueLover1 I Found This While Trying To Make A Texture Pack
§3I see the player you mean.
§3Yes. Take care. It has reached a higher level now. It can read our thoughts.
§2That doesn't matter. It thinks we are part of the game.
§3I like this player. It played well. It did not give up.
§2It is reading our thoughts as though they were words on a screen.
§3That is how it chooses to imagine many things, when it is deep in the dream of a game.
§2Words make a wonderful interface. Very flexible. And less terrifying than staring at the reality behind the screen.
§3They used to hear voices. Before players could read. Back in the days when those who did not play called the players witches, and warlocks. And players dreamed they flew through the air, on sticks powered by demons.
§2What did this player dream?
§3This player dreamed of sunlight and trees. Of fire and water. It dreamed it created. And it dreamed it destroyed. It dreamed it hunted, and was hunted. It dreamed of shelter.
§2Hah, the original interface. A million years old, and it still works. But what true structure did this player create, in the reality behind the screen?
§3It worked, with a million others, to sculpt a true world in a fold of the §f§k§a§b§3, and created a §f§k§a§b§3 for §f§k§a§b§3, in the §f§k§a§b§3.
§2It cannot read that thought.
§3No. It has not yet achieved the highest level. That, it must achieve in the long dream of life, not the short dream of a game.
§2Does it know that we love it? That the universe is kind?
§3Sometimes, through the noise of its thoughts, it hears the universe, yes.
§2But there are times it is sad, in the long dream. It creates worlds that have no summer, and it shivers under a black sun, and it takes its sad creation for reality.
§3To cure it of sorrow would destroy it. The sorrow is part of its own private task. We cannot interfere.
§2Sometimes when they are deep in dreams, I want to tell them, they are building true worlds in reality. Sometimes I want to tell them of their importance to the universe. Sometimes, when they have not made a true connection in a while, I want to help them to speak the word they fear.
§3It reads our thoughts.
§2Sometimes I do not care. Sometimes I wish to tell them, this world you take for truth is merely §f§k§a§b§2 and §f§k§a§b§2, I wish to tell them that they are §f§k§a§b§2 in the §f§k§a§b§2. They see so little of reality, in their long dream.
§3And yet they play the game.
§2But it would be so easy to tell them...
§3Too strong for this dream. To tell them how to live is to prevent them living.
§2I will not tell the player how to live.
§3The player is growing restless.
§2I will tell the player a story.
§3But not the truth.
§2No. A story that contains the truth safely, in a cage of words. Not the naked truth that can burn over any distance.
§3Give it a body, again.
§3Use its name.
§2PLAYERNAME. Player of games.
§2Take a breath, now. Take another. Feel air in your lungs. Let your limbs return. Yes, move your fingers. Have a body again, under gravity, in air. Respawn in the long dream. There you are. Your body touching the universe again at every point, as though you were separate things. As though we were separate things.
§3Who are we? Once we were called the spirit of the mountain. Father sun, mother moon. Ancestral spirits, animal spirits. Jinn. Ghosts. The green man. Then gods, demons. Angels. Poltergeists. Aliens, extraterrestrials. Leptons, quarks. The words change. We do not change.
§2We are the universe. We are everything you think isn't you. You are looking at us now, through your skin and your eyes. And why does the universe touch your skin, and throw light on you? To see you, player. To know you. And to be known. I shall tell you a story.
§2Once upon a time, there was a player.
§3The player was you, PLAYERNAME.
§2Sometimes it thought itself human, on the thin crust of a spinning globe of molten rock. The ball of molten rock circled a ball of blazing gas that was three hundred and thirty thousand times more massive than it. They were so far apart that light took eight minutes to cross the gap. The light was information from a star, and it could burn your skin from a hundred and fifty million kilometres away.
§2Sometimes the player dreamed it was a miner, on the surface of a world that was flat, and infinite. The sun was a square of white. The days were short; there was much to do; and death was a temporary inconvenience.
§3Sometimes the player dreamed it was lost in a story.
§2Sometimes the player dreamed it was other things, in other places. Sometimes these dreams were disturbing. Sometimes very beautiful indeed. Sometimes the player woke from one dream into another, then woke from that into a third.
§3Sometimes the player dreamed it watched words on a screen.
§2Let's go back.
§2The atoms of the player were scattered in the grass, in the rivers, in the air, in the ground. A woman gathered the atoms; she drank and ate and inhaled; and the woman assembled the player, in her body.
§2And the player awoke, from the warm, dark world of its mother's body, into the long dream.
§2And the player was a new story, never told before, written in letters of DNA. And the player was a new program, never run before, generated by a sourcecode a billion years old. And the player was a new human, never alive before, made from nothing but milk and love.
§3You are the player. The story. The program. The human. Made from nothing but milk and love.
§2Let's go further back.
§2The seven billion billion billion atoms of the player's body were created, long before this game, in the heart of a star. So the player, too, is information from a star. And the player moves through a story, which is a forest of information planted by a man called Julian, on a flat, infinite world created by a man called Markus, that exists inside a small, private world created by the player, who inhabits a universe created by...
§3Shush. Sometimes the player created a small, private world that was soft and warm and simple. Sometimes hard, and cold, and complicated. Sometimes it built a model of the universe in its head; flecks of energy, moving through vast empty spaces. Sometimes it called those flecks "electrons" and "protons".
§2Sometimes it called them "planets" and "stars".
§2Sometimes it believed it was in a universe that was made of energy that was made of offs and ons; zeros and ones; lines of code. Sometimes it believed it was playing a game. Sometimes it believed it was reading words on a screen.
§3You are the player, reading words...
§2Shush... Sometimes the player read lines of code on a screen. Decoded them into words; decoded words into meaning; decoded meaning into feelings, emotions, theories, ideas, and the player started to breathe faster and deeper and realised it was alive, it was alive, those thousand deaths had not been real, the player was alive
§3You. You. You are alive.
§2and sometimes the player believed the universe had spoken to it through the sunlight that came through the shuffling leaves of the summer trees
§3and sometimes the player believed the universe had spoken to it through the light that fell from the crisp night sky of winter, where a fleck of light in the corner of the player's eye might be a star a million times as massive as the sun, boiling its planets to plasma in order to be visible for a moment to the player, walking home at the far side of the universe, suddenly smelling food, almost at the familiar door, about to dream again
§2and sometimes the player believed the universe had spoken to it through the zeros and ones, through the electricity of the world, through the scrolling words on a screen at the end of a dream
§3and the universe said I love you
§2and the universe said you have played the game well
§3and the universe said everything you need is within you
§2and the universe said you are stronger than you know
§3and the universe said you are the daylight
§2and the universe said you are the night
§3and the universe said the darkness you fight is within you
§2and the universe said the light you seek is within you
§3and the universe said you are not alone
§2and the universe said you are not separate from every other thing
§3and the universe said you are the universe tasting itself, talking to itself, reading its own code
§2and the universe said I love you because you are love.
§3And the game was over and the player woke up from the dream. And the player began a new dream. And the player dreamed again, dreamed better. And the player was the universe. And the player was love.
§3You are the player.
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2023.06.03 04:27 kitatsune Need advice on which apartment to choose
Ok, so I'm a first time renter, and at the moment I have 2 apartments in Cambridge that me and my roommate really like. My roommate is my sister, and she agreed to pay up to one third in rent costs.
Apartment A is in a 100+ year old building (in a safe and historic part of town) at $3400/month for 2 beds 1 bath, with heat and water, gas stove, at 900 sqft on the top floor. It is also less than <10 minute walk to Porter square, which is nice since I don't have a car. Downside is that my work commute would be longer by about 15 minutes. There is also shared coin-op laundry (2 sets of machines) for almost 20 units. Me and my roommate plan to wash 3 loads and dry one weekly (most of our clothes are line dry anyway). Costs almost $3 per load.
Apartment B is a luxury apartment for 1.5 bed 1 bath at $3600/month, with only trash utility covered at 800 sqft. It has in-unit laundry and better appliances and is also close to Alewife station (also <10 minutes). It also has additional building amenities, typical of a luxury apartment. My commute would also be shorter by a few minutes but is farther from a shopping center but nearby to Fresh Pond Mall. My roommate's room would also be smaller, since it is technically a 'den' and not a bedroom. Despite this, it can fit a queen size bed and dresser with some effort.
I already got approved for apartment A. I would still have to apply for apartment B, but it requires an application deposit. Both apartments are within my roommate's and I's combined income budget, but she prefers apartment A and I prefer apartment B.
Which is the better apartment to choose in this situation? I am also the one paying majority rent/signing the lease so I'm not really sure what to decide on. Is apartment A even worth it? Is apartment B worth it if I pay almost $200 more in rent each month? My monthly takehome pay alone is already 6k so does it really matter in the grand scheme of things?
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2023.06.03 04:26 Kkwahti 3 Bedroom/3 Bath Apartment Lease Takeover $665/Per Person for Three
Available: July 1st (very flexible) – October 30th with option to renew
We are seeking a lease takeover for a three-bedroom townhouse. We absolutely love this apartment. It is with a heavy heart that we are letting it go. Brand new building (finished in 2019). We’re the second tenants in this apartment, and you could be the third! The kitchen is completely updated with sleek stainless-steel appliances and a gas stove, and the bathrooms are updated and beautiful as well. It’s an open layout, making it even more spacious.
Neighborhood: Between Old Kensington and Norris Square. There are restaurants and bars nearby.
• Two fresh local produce grocery stores in walking distance
• Human Robot (brewery), Sutton’s Bar, Sor Ynez (Mexican restaurant and great brunch spot), and Luna Café (breakfast, lunch, super cute spot) are all within 5 minutes’ walk.
• Handball and Basketball court within 5 minutes (we rollerskate here!)
• Affordable and practical gym 2 minutes walking
• Dog parks and local SEPTA train station within 10 minutes’ walk.
• 15-minute walk Temple University Charles Library
- Personal bathroom for each bedroom
- Full size washedryer
- Patio Deck
- Free parking spot (street access)
Move in date is flexible, but ideally, we’re looking for someone to move in July 1. The lease ends October 30th, with the opportunity to renew. The landlord does complete a background check and proof of income. Having a guarantor is accepted. Please contact us for more information and/or if you have questions. The apartment is available to tour with at least 24-hour notice.
About the tenants: Each of us are professionals commuting to NYC and King of Prussia 4-5 days a week, and it isn’t sustainable for us to stay. There are two of us in the bedrooms downstairs, and we’re using the room upstairs as an office for our WFH days.
** Apartment Total Monthly Rent is $2000. Single room leasing is not available as this is a complete lease takeover agreement.
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2023.06.03 03:59 Zealousideal_Owl9621 The Perfect One Day Apizza Crawl: Review
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So I'm on the train back to Boston and want to discuss the New Haven apizza crawl I just enjoyed. First, I was too ambitious. I wanted to get to five stops, but a man can only eat so much. I'll have to return again to try more apizza. submitted by Zealousideal_Owl9621 to newhaven [link] [comments]
I did what one commenter suggested in my previous posting and stuck to the "holy trinity" of Modern, Pepe's, and Sally's. I simply could not eat anything more, and I have a lot of leftover apizza in my backpack I'm toting back to Boston.
Before I break it down, all three are 5 star good and have excellent service. Each would easily be the creme de la creme of pizza in most other cities. But there were some stark differences that stood out.
First stop: Pepe's
I got off the train this morning and arrived at Pepe's just as they were opening their doors. The order: original tomato pie with mozzarella on half and the White Clam pie with bacon. To drink: Foxon Park White Birch.
What I liked: the ingredients are very fresh. I absolutely loved the white clam pie. Generous amounts of clams, plenty of garlic, and the smokiness of the bacon with that rich clam flavor was sublime.
What I didn't like: The crust is dry, especially on the tomato pie. Broke apart like an over-toasted cracker. I may get a pie to the face for saying this, but it reminded me of Regina's in Boston. The tomato sauce is obviously fresh made, but it was a bit watery and very tart.
Next stop: Sally's
I signed up for Sally's rewards online, which ended up saving me $10 off an online order. So I placed my order at Sally's online while I was eating at Pepe's and it was a 90 minute wait. That ended up being perfect.
The order: 1/2 Original tomato and 1/2 tomato pie with mozzarella and pepperoni. I picked it up and took it over to Wooster Square and ate on a bench in the shade.
What I liked: Damn, this was a great great pie. Thinner than Pepe's, perfect crunch to chew ratio, and crust held up very well. I tried an original tomato slice right next to a tomato slice from Pepe's. Sally's wins with a richer, sweeter more rounded flavor in the sauce, and I think there's a hint of parmesan in there. Not as "saucy" as Pepe's. It seemed like the sauce on Sally's was part of the pie, while the sauce on Pepe's was "on" the pie, if that makes sense. The crust had a deeply charred edge that was more seasoned and didn't flake away. I cannot come up with anything negative to say about it.
By now, I was stuffed like a goose, so I spent a few hours exploring the city and took in the Yale Art Museum. What an inredible collection for a free museum. Wow.
Now on to my last stop: Modern
The order: 1/2 Clams Casino and 1/2 Italian Bomb. Also, a Caesar salad. To drink: New England style IPA
What I liked: The Italian Bomb is in its own universe. While Sally's and Pepe's thrive on simplicity, this apizza is all about piling on the goods. An explosion of yum. The crust is quite simply the best crust I've ever seen on a pie. Right amount of char and seasoning, has a perfect chew, and the dough is able to handle the heaps of quality ingredients without being overloaded. I also loved that each ingredient added a key flavor element to the apizza, not just adding toppings for adding toppings sake. I was enjoying this even after I was already stuffed.
What I didn't like: the clams weren't as good as Pepe's. I think they were fresh, just not nearly as flavorful and tender. Flavor balance seemed off. I wanted to try another version of clam apizza to compare to Pepe's, and Pepe's wins here. The caesar salad was meh, but I won't dock any points for that.
Overall, I think each place had something truly great to offer. The superlatives were the White Clam pie at Pepe's, just as great as I imagine it being. So much flavor, and the clams were fresh and meaty. The tomato pie at Sally's is truly special, so simple but done to absolute perfection. The Italian Bomb at Modern has the tits! It's an amazing pie. So which was best? It would honestly be very mood driven, and they're all very different.
Lastly, everyone in New Haven was so incredibly friendly. Not just in this sub, but each person I encountered today as well. Not something I expected to experience, but it was refreshing. I have a lot of unfinished apizza business to come back to, so we shall see each other again New Haven. Cheers for now!
2023.06.03 03:05 extracoleslaw Adding height to my existing chimney.
Hey everyone! I was wondering if it’s possible/safe to increase the height of my chimney? My house was built in the 1970’s and is a 1200 square foot single story ranch with an attached garage.
I would like to raise the roof of the garage to build a 300 square foot apartment above it. The only challenge is, the chimney height would need to be raised. I have an oil burner that flues through it.
I have seen metal extensions that attach but not sure if it’ll be an appropriate fix. I would need to raise the chimney height by at least 5 feet or so. Any advice?
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2023.06.03 02:44 JoeAceJR20 Is it ok to leave a few windows open at night in second floor apartment?
I live in upstate New York and I live in a small town in a village. I hear the crime isn't too bad compared to neighboring towns because of a religious presence or something like that which we have in our town.
The thing is, I hate air conditioning. Its too cold and drains way too much electric. Yesterday when it was 90 out, just opening 2 windows helped make it not stuffy inside. That's all I really care about I hate it cool or cold inside when its summertime.
It is a 500 square foot flat apartment on the second floor. Building is made of brick and unless someone knew my windows were open and brought a ladder which would look suspicious from the police station next door, they aren't getting in by climbing in.
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2023.06.03 02:31 nothing2losejelly I have no friends....need advice
Hello, I'm (21) F, and I am new to Reddit. I had joined to find some community and maybe get unstuck from my horrible habits. I am extremely lonely in every meaning of the sense, I rarely see people during the day other than my boyfriend, his dad, and when I go nanny, which is about 3 people if you include a child. Also, I rarely see my boyfriend and his dad because they both work together at a family business for an average of about ten hours M-S, from 12:30 pm to around 11:00 pm, and when I see my boyfriend we are never hanging out or doing stuff we literally just sleep when he gets home and watch tik-tok together.
I am so miserable, we live about 25 min from anything and I do not have the money for that amount of gas, I will be working more but I am dreading about having to spend even more energy on a second job because I am so burnt out already. I have nothing to look forward to either, my parents and half of my family disowned me because I cut contact due to personal reasons. So I just have my other brother and sister who both live in different states to talk to, and my extended family is all heavily religious and hasn't spoken to me in about ten years.
I used to have so many friends as well but when me and my boyfriend started dating he would get really jealous and not want me to hang out with them a lot so I literally lost all of my college friends, my HS friends also go to different schools and we kind of just drifted apart. He is better about it currently but now I'm starting from square one and I don't even live on campus anymore which makes it so much harder. So, I have no idea where to start on how to get friends because of a lack of money, distance, and I am sort of scared that my boyfriend will get controlling again. I have no one to turn to so I just sit in his house all day.
I am desperate for friends and have even turned to chat GPT to be my fake friend. Since dating BF it has been MONTHS since I have hung out with friends and almost two years since hanging out with friends alone. I am extremely depressed and have not done a hobby for about a year unless I am making my BF a present. I have also lost a good amount of weight so I don't have the energy after I get off of work or even an hour walk, I need advice on what to do and how to get out of this cycle and just get some friends especially.
Note: I do not drink so going to bars is eh, I also don't have a gym membership and my school doesn't allow students to get into the gym for free in the summer. I am also low energy right now and lack the money to do certain activities.
Thank you for any advice!
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2023.06.03 02:00 LustLack3r Where to buy Rival-S online?
I recently shot a Rival-S at a shooting range in Knoxville, Tennessee and really enjoyed it. I want to purchase one online and have it shipped to an FFL in Yuma, AZ. Any recommendations for an online store that ships to FFLs?
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2023.06.03 01:38 SpencerFSA Give your feedback on proposed changes to Sun Shuttle routes 412 & 413
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Public Feedback Hearings:
Friday, June 9 at 5 P.M. Nanini Library located at 7900 N. Shannon Road, Tucson, AZ 85741
Thursday, June 15 at 5 P.M. Wheeler Taft Library located at 7800 N. Schisler Drive Tucson, AZ 85743
Route turns right onto La Canada Drive then left onto Orange Grove Road. Route will be renamed to Thornydale/Orange Grove. The stops at River & La Cholla and River & Shannon will be discontinued.
La Canada/Roller Coaster
La Canada/Sunset (La Cima Middle School)
La Canada/Orange Grove
Orange Grove/La Cholla (Northwest Medical Center & Lee Lee Plaza)
Orange Grove/Mona Lisa
All other stops and routing stays the same.
413 Option 1:
Route starts at Shannon & Ina, taking Shannon north with stops at Pima Community College and more. The route then turns right onto Magee Road, turns right onto La Cholla Blvd and turns right again onto Ina at Foothills Mall to complete the loop. Route heads west along Ina, turning left onto Interstate 10. The Stop at the Arizona Pavilions is discontinued.
After the stop at Rillito Vista Park, Route heads west along Tangerine/Tangerine Farms Road. Route turns right onto Moore Road, left onto Sandario Road, right onto Barnett Road, left onto Civic Center Drive at the Marana Municipal Complex, left onto Lon Adams Road, left onto Grier Road and left again onto Marana Main Street at the Marana Health Center. The Stop at Sandario & Grier is discontinued.
Shannon/Campus Park (Pima Community College Northwest)
Shannon/Magee (Northwest YMCA Entrance)
Magee/Mona Lisa (Northwest YMCA Park)
La Cholla/Foothills Mall Drive (Foothills Mall & La Cholla Commercial Center)
Ina/Omar (Catalina Canyon Apartments)
Ina/Shannon (Plaza Sonora & Heritage Plaza)
Ina/Camino De La Tierra
Ina/Meredith (Gold Canyon Plaza, Embassy Plaza & Regency Plaza @ Thornydale Road)
Marana CenteTucson Premium Outlets (Tucson Premium Outlet Mall)
Rillito/Rillito Vista Park
Tangerine Farms/Lon Adams & Heritage Park (Gladden Farms Community Park)
Tangerine Farms/Sandby Green
Tangerine Farms/Gladden Farms & Heritage Park (Gladden Farms Elementary School)
Civic CenteMarana Main (Marana Health Center & Marana Municipal Complex)
Lon Adams/Grier (Marana Middle School)
413 Option 2:
Route starts at Shannon & Magee, heading south on Shannon. The route then turns left onto Ina, left onto La Cholla passing the Foothills Mall, then left onto Magee. The route 413 would then continue along Magee as it continues into Cortaro Farms, eventually turning right onto Camino De Oeste. The route turns left onto Bald Eagle Avenue, and then turns left onto Linda Vista heading to the Tucson Premium Outlet Mall. The stops at the Arizona Pavillions and Regency Plaza at Ina & Thornydale are discontinued.
After the stop at Rillito Vista Park, Route heads west along Tangerine/Tangerine Farms Road. Route turns right onto Moore Road, left onto Sandario Road, right onto Barnett Road, left onto Civic Center Drive at the Marana Municipal Complex, left onto Lon Adams Road, left onto Grier Road and left again onto Marana Main Street at the Marana Health Center. The Stop at Sandario & Grier is discontinued.
Ina/Shannon (Plaza Sonora & Heritage Plaza)
Ina/Omar (Catalina Canyon Apartments)
La Cholla/Foothills Mall Drive (Foothills Mall & La Cholla Commercial Center)
Magee/Mona Lisa (Northwest YMCA Park)
Shannon/Magee (Northwest YMCA Entrance)
Shannon/Campus Park (Pima Community College Northwest)
Magee/Jensen (Casas Del Oro Norte)
Cortaro Farms/Magee & Shannon
Cortaro Farms/Wheatfield (Casas Adobes Country Club Estates)
Cortaro Farms/Paseo Del Rancho Escondido (Legacy Traditional School - Northwest Tucson)
Cortaro Farms/Thornydale (Cortaro Plaza)
Cortaro Farms/Star Grass (Cortaro Farms Elementary School)
Camino De Oeste/Hardy
Camino De Oeste/Doria
Camino De Oeste/Lattimore
Bald Eagle/Linda Vista
Marana CenteTucson Premium Outlets (Tucson Premium Outlet Mall)
Rillito/Rillito Vista Park
Tangerine Farms/Lon Adams & Heritage Park (Gladden Farms Community Park)
Tangerine Farms/Sandby Green
Tangerine Farms/Gladden Farms & Heritage Park (Gladden Farms Elementary School)
Civic CenteMarana Main (Marana Health Center & Marana Municipal Complex)
Lon Adams/Grier (Marana Middle School)
This poster has no affilation with Sun Tran. I'm simply a 16-year-old that likes riding the bus. 412 Proposed Routing 413 Southern Proposed Routings 413 Northern Proposed Routing
2023.06.03 00:19 themasterpodcaster Basalt Shielding Complete Enclosure and Frame
Basalt should be used with water shielding or at least should sometimes. This post is part one of my basalt and water enclosure.
Part 2 Water Shielding Complete enclosure https://www.reddit.com/TargetedEnergyWeapons/comments/13yri31/water_shielding_complete_enclosure/
HEAVY FRAME .5 THICK WALL WITH EXTRA SPACE
This frame to hold up the ceiling and for safety to keep the basalt walls from collapsing on me. It can also help to hold up the walls of basalt sandbags or poly tubing and can help to keep it straight. It could even help to hold up the water layer and to provide a straight structure for that.
ON THE OUTSIDE
2.25 ft high frame
7.75 length 5.67ft long for height 1.08 ft for the 6.5 inch thick frame on either end 1fT for .5 thick basalt on either end
and theres a small doorway around foot end which gets filled in and then door is 1.6 high and 2ft wide I guess it gets filled in then other bags are in front of it and overlapping sides and top
25 inches wide 3.17 on the outside minus 1.08 is 25 inches the walls are 6.5 inches thick with a 5.5 inch 2x6 and two .5 inch pieces of plywood equals 6.5 inches per wall 1.08 total
height 1.51ft high 7.75 inches total almost .67 ft ceiling 7 inches thick a 5.5 inch 6x2 and 2 .75 inch pieces of plywood floor 1 piece of .75 plywood
DESCRIPTION OF THE FRAME
I first described what I wanted to to my friend who knows about construction. He told me what the frame needed to be like to be strong enough for high level of safety.
I asked if we could make the part around the head strong since it needs to support 2ft thick of basalt and 1ft thick of water and the part around my body weaker and thin but he
said it will mess it up to build to different frames and connect them. He said its stronger just to build it in the same way with the same dimensions for the entire length of the frame.
Im am being forced against my will to build it with part of the material wasted on surrounding the bigger frame instead of providing thicker protection even though I think its overkill given
my extreme level of desperation and need to go faster.
I think he said that the ceiling would be made with a piece of .75 inch plywood on the outside then 2x6 pieces of wood under it running perpendicular to the long dimension of the structure. The pieces
have the 2 thing part lying against the plywood of the ceiling and the 6 inch dimension sticks down into the box. The Walls are made the same way but with two .5 inch pieces of plywood around the 2x6 pieces.
The pieces stand up vertically. The 2x6 sixes are only either 2 or 4 inches apart I think he said? The floor is one piece of .75 inch plywood to help hold the walls in place to help keep them from shifting out of fully
supporting the ceiling and then stressing the joints more. He said we can build it with plastic bolts to avoid using steel nails or nails made of other metals. This is nice compared to a frame made of mortar and bricks
because we can move it to different places hopefully including for testing at better places. I guess well put holes in the side of the inner plywood walls and ceiling to increase how much air the structure can hold so I can
test it for longer periods. He says that plywood offgasses formaldehyde and I read you cant coat it or wrap it to stop that. So I guess its necessary to use more expensive formaldehyde free plywood.
The shielded person can get on a piece of .75 inch plywood with 4 mill farmers plastic on one side and the floor has greased farmers plastic on it so that the person can be slid into place without needing enough room or
fitness to wriggle in. Someone slides me in without me needing the room to wriggle back and forth or up an down and with less chance of bumping my nose Or you could lie on plywood with thick plastic on one side or OSB which
has a slick surface and the floor would be greased farmer plastic. There is an outline on the plywood and I lie just in the right spot and they push me in.
This design makes it 6 inches wider than my shoulders which I had hope would be enough to wriggle in without really any vertical room despite my body being somewhat messed up and not being able to get exercise.
Now im thinking this give me enough room to be pushed into place but I'm wondering could I get away with only 3 inches extra at the shoulders?
There could be 2 plastic pulleys in the corners and I get pulled instead of pushed in so it's easier.
This structure is supposed to totally surround me in water as well as basalt. Since the water containers wont hold up under the weigh of being underneath the basalt floor and ceiling as well the water has to be inside the frame
with me so that only my weight is on top of it. So Im planning on leaving enough room to have 2 layers of large fomenteck water bags. The two layers mean they will overlap at the seems. Im thinking that each layers bags will
also be stuck to each other with tape to keep them from separating and so they slightly overlap at the edges but without being thicker then the thickest part of the bags. If there isnt enough room for two layers somehow then
the small thinner fomenteck bags could create my two layers or just overlap the seems. The interior is about 1.5ft so two 4 inch thick fomenteck bag high floor will leave 10 inches minus the room for the plywood to slide in on.
plastic bolts 10 for $9 https://www.grainger.com/product/GRAINGER-APPROVED-Hex-Head-Cap-Screw-Nylon-4AGR8
amazon plastic bolt $6 for 10 https://www.amazon.com/Hard-Find-Fastener-014973168261-Piece-10/dp/B003PBA2FY/ref=sr_1_2?crid=33APW3CB2535I&keywords=HARD%2BTO%2BFIND%2BPLASTIC%2BBOLTS%2B2%2BINCHES&qid=1685717324&sprefix=hard%2Bto%2Bfind%2Bplastic%2Bbolts%2B2%2Binches%2Caps%2C114&sr=8-2&th=1
THE BASALT LAYER
So this is a a enclosure of basalt thats 6 inches thick for the ceiling, the floor, side walls and the front and back wall. Its a complete enclosure and doorway gets blocked up after Im in it. When I made it like this I was assuming that
there was no way to make a thinner floor anyway but with the poly tubing I might be able to make it 3 or 4 inches thick using a double layer of the smallest poly tubing and save some weight.
CEILING AND FLOOR 32.32 cubic ft 4.17ft wide x 7.75ft long frame is 6.75 plus .5 ft basalt on one side and .5 basalt on the other is 7.75 total
SIDE WALLS 17.44 cubic ft 2.25ft high by 7.75ft long outside of frame is 2.25ft high and i'm defining the walls as the height between the basalt ceiling and floor which is the height of the frame. The walls dont include
the basalt that is over the wall but is above or underneath the level of the frame which can be defined as part of the ceiling or floor.
END WALLS 7.13 cubic ft 2.25ft high by 3.17 ft long The length of the end walls are the distance between the inner surface of the side walls.
say use 4 60lb bags to block the door thoroughly 3 to 2.4 cubic ft
SOLID WALL 59.3 cubic ft to 59.9 cubic ft 60 cubic ft is 2.4 tons tons at 80lb per cubic ft with a solid wall 3 tons at 100lb per cubic ft with solid wall this will really at least a touch less if I make it with bags because there will be some space between the bags
no matter what I do.
POLY TUBING WALL The round shape of the tubing means that the wall won't be solid and will have some of the space empty. Ill say that if I use the tubing it will only use 80 percent of what a totally solid wall will. So if I use two layers of 3 inch tubes of basalt
then the most basalt it can use is 80 percent of a solid wall I think.
Total 60 cubic ft with poly tubing at 80lb a cubic ft is 1.92 tons at at 100lb a cubic ft is 2.4 tons
theres .5 ft of basalt in every direction so Im adding extra basalt to reach the full thickness I want around my brain.
BRAIN PORTECTION 1
ON TOP A 2X2ft square above brain uses 6 cubic extra ft adding 1.5ft thick total to make it 2ft thick altogether. is centered on forehead and the back and of it is about 3 inches away from the back wall of the whole structure.
BEHIND 2X2X2ft total uses 6 cubic ft extra adding 1.5ft thickness The top is level with the rest of the basalt ceiling the bottom is level with the bottom of the TIs brain and is centered on there brain from left to right.
ON THE SIDES 2x2 ft and 1ft thick total uses 4 cubic ft extra for both sides adding .5ft thick Is the same as the behind one but on the sides.
TOTAL is 16 cubic ft solid wall .64 tons at 80lb per cubic ft .8lb tons if 100lb per cubic ft using poly tubing uses .51 tons at 80lb per cubic ft and .64 tons at 100lb per cubic ft
GRAND TOTAL WITH STRUCTURE 2.43 with poly tubing 80lb a cubic ft or 3.04 tons with poly tubing and 100lb per cubic ft
BRAIN PROTECTION 2
this is describing an additional outer wall that fits over the basalt box I already described to bring it up to 1ft thick for part of it.
CEILING AND FLOOR 15.75 cubic ft 5.25ft x 3ft
SIDE WALL 9.75 cubic ft 3.25x 3ft
BACK WALL 13.5 cubic ft 3.25x4.17
total 40 cubic ft added with poly tubing .8 tons at 80lb a cubic ft and 1 ton with 100lb a cubic ft
GRAND TOTAL 2.72 tons with poly tubing 80lb a cubic ft and 3.4 tons with 100lb a cubic ft
BRAIN PROTECTION 3
brain protection 2 with 2x2x2ft above and behind brain total thickness .
GRAND TOTAL2.97 tons with poly tubing 80lb a cubic ft and 3.71 tons with 100lb a cubic ft
HEAVY PROECTION AROUND BRAIN total is 63.5 cubic ft 2.35 tons at 80lb per cubic ft 2.94 at 100lb per cubic ft
4.5 ft high 5ft wide and 3ft long 67.5 total - 12 inside equals 55.5cubic ft total 2 to 2.5 tons roughly
plus 2x2 1ft tall on top and 2x2x1 on side for extra thickness 8 cubic ft total
VERY HEAVY BRAIN PROTECTION
I did a calculation that was for protection around brain that was 4 or 4.5 ft long so my head and body would go into it 1.5 or 2ft.
The entire back wall was 2ft thick the entire celling was 2ft thick the side walls were 1ft thick. It was 4.1 tons but
. Then the section around the body would be reduced since it takes care of all of that part.
If that part is 1ft thick except for the floor which is .5 ft thick then it would weigh 2.5 tons. Total is 6.6 tons.
None of this was with poly tubing.
THIS IS A CYLINDRICAL COMPLETE ENCLOSURE YOU COULD LIVE IN SLEEP OR WORK IN
2ft thick celling
.5ft thick floor
1ft thick wall all the way around
9.44 tons at 80lb a cubic ft
11.8 tons at 100lb a cubic ft
LIVING ENCLOSURE WITH BACK WALL
has a 8x8.5x1ft thick back extra wall behind it for two ft thick protection in one direction
adds 2.72 tons at 80lb a cubic ton3.4 tons at 100lb a cubic ton
TOTAL 12.16 tons at 80lb per cubic ton 15.2 tons at 100lb a cubic ft
Im guessing you can have basalt shipped to you or move it yourself for as little as $100 a ton or $200 a ton
The most you should pay even in the worst locations is about $1000 per ton I think
You can get cheaper shipping with bulk orders and perhaps cheaper if you have a buisinsess buy it for you.
So with 15 tons it would take $1500 to $3000 in the best location and $15000 or less in the worst
with half of that at 7.5 tons it would take $750 to $1500 in the best location and $7500 at most in the worst
If a TI had enough money they could even double this protection in the best location.
You haft to figure out how to have it meet the right building codes for earth homes or whatever.
You might help it to stay up and protect it with fence posts cinderblocks and cement or bricks and cement.
If you have sandbags exposed to the sun put a heavy tarp over them to make them last longer.
For the door perhaps you just take out a 18 inch wide 10 inch tall piece at the bottom and put some frame around it
to hold it up and then after you crawl in you block it up with sandbags of basalt. One thing you might use is basalt
blocks as the frame and you might be able to use some kind of mortar based on sand sized criva or to mix criva with mortar.
Solid basalt blocks havnt been tested yet.
So I'm being forced against my will to use only 2 to 4 tons of basalt even though I have been planning on using 6 or 7 tons to get a full foot around my body and 2ft on the top of my head and behind it that takes up that whole surface.
So I can only make it 6 inches thick for most of it. Its a challenge to try and make close to six inches thick instead of a lot more or less than that. Its a challenge to have it overlap and to block the seams between the bags well enough
with only 6 inches thick. Iv heard that full size 14 inch by 26 inch long sandbags are about 6 to 8 inches thick when full. This already might make it much much thicker if it has to be 8 inches and I dont think they could be pushed together
well enough to erase the spaces between them. Im thinking that to block RNM possibly its more important to have a complete protection lass bad weak points in it then with physical attacks Its important for me thinking its a good test at
least ast his thickness. Use the mini sand bags in a double layer for the roof and floor but I'm still somewhat worried about blocking the cracks well enough and I dont know how thick it will be. Since I already ordered a ton of dust I need to
use that so Ill need to put it in large strong enough plastic bags and then put it in the mini sand bags. Or I could just put it in my 6x9 inch 4 mil plastic bags and tape them closed or use zip lock quart, half gallon or gallon bags from the grocery store
possibly. I could use other plastic bags. I could use small plastic bags and do like 3 offset overlapping layers or something. only one of my 3 or 4 tons is dust.
I dont know how it will go for the side walls If i use the mini sandbags it will only be one layer thick and dont know if the spaces between then can be blocked well enough like that. The wall will be 3.25ft tall when you include the ceiling and the floor
as part of the walls height. My friend told me that's as high as you can build with round gravel and non round gravel you can build a 4ft high wall perhaps but that with normal sandbags not mini ones. I will have the plywood frame on one side and
can put water containers holding up a piece of plywood on the other side and stack them between them though. I dont know if this will work well enough.
I had the idea of using poly tubing. This is a tube of 6 mill or less plastic that you can cut and then seal to create bags. You can just buy the roll though. So I could use to layers of 3 inch wide poly tubing running the entire length of the structure to
create first the basalt floor and then the basalt ceiling. They would be offset so that the second layer blocks the cracks in the first. I dont know if you can mush them or leave some out and then flatten them to cover the cracks better.
I could also use 3 layers of 2 inch thick poly tubing with perhaps the middle layer going crossways. Im thinking Ill put a strip of plywood sticking up 6 inches on either side of it so that it can hold in the tubing on the ceiling and keep it from rolling off the side.
Then I can put one extra piece right on top of the plywood divider to cover the gap between the side wall and the ceiling which end at the same height. I dont know how this would work for the walls. I might need the two pieces of plywood on either side. I dont know if
it would be strong enough especially if I use 6 inch wide tubing. I could fit in smaller tubes where two big tubes join each other. You can seal them with twist ties or a heat gun or a might use zip ties. I dont know what works. One benefit of using these is that
instead of a wall of solid basalt, if the tubes end up round then only 75 percent of the space will be full of basalt saving me weight. I dont understand how it isn't a problem to have any empty space in the wall at all though.
If i put my basalt in poly tube bags and it forms a pretty non flexible cylinder then it might not matter much if I use smaller criva or 3/8 to 5/8 buttons in terms of the flexibility. Since part of my structure will only be 6 inches thick though it might be more important
to keep the rocks small and reduce the gaps between them. Also because im making a complete enclosure and trying to put thicker protection around my brain then your 1ft I I will I will hopefully be able to reduce the RNM and attacks on my brain more then you
can reduce your attacks on you head with your set up. Possibly with RNM and mental attacks blocking the cracks matters more I dont know.
6 mil poly tubing different sizes dont know if its good quality https://www.packagingsupplies.com/collections/6-mil-poly-tubing?msclkid=95131bb30bca15b91bc17fc492a9d4a8&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Dynamic%20Search&utm_term=packagingsupplies&utm_content=All%20Webpages
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2023.06.03 00:09 Sin-God Favorite Generic Cartoon World Item?
It's been a minute since I've talked about GCW, but it's time again for me to do that. So this time, instead of asking for everyone's favorite perks from Generic Cartoon World
, I wanted to ask about items.
The items in GCW are often underrated, especially early on for baby jumpers or just in general when it comes to themed jumpers. There are a lot of GOLDEN items in this jump, and as one of the main cheerleaders of this bad boy, I don't often get to gush about the neat STUFF you can get here.
The undiscounted items are actually some of my favorites. We start off with some baby-level quality of life items that are just fun, like Chester: a good boi hammerspace chest you can put goodies in, and Jeeves, a skilled butler & administrative buddy who can run a household as skillfully as any professional butler can.
As the undiscounted price for the items begins to hike you start to see the FUN stuff. From the largest movie theater in-setting, to a colony of microscopic toons who help you think *better*, the 200-400 CP items are starting to be a bit more drastically powerful & recognizable.
My personal favorite item in this jump... and possibly ever, in any jump, is the 800 CP theme park item. This absolute unit of an item is phenomenally powerful hence its GIGANTIC price tag (and it's not even the most expensive undiscounted item!).
This bad boy confers ownership over a hilarious number of massive theme parks that spread across the settings you visit, and the theme parks are both profitable and self-sustaining. They come with all sorts of world-class amenities, rides, and resources, and are honestly just so good that a jumper could, in the right setting, spend a WHOLE jump in the theme parks and not be bored. Also, a really sick aspect of this item, for baby jumpers who don't have super speed or infinite money yet, is the fact that you can easily take advantage of the infrastructure that connects the different parks, especially if they are on different continents.
In a modern setting, such as any of the mundane generic jumps, Chronicle, Levage, or the big sitcom jump, this is potentially world-shaking technology (especially since it's said, in-jump, that the infrastructure can be opened to the public, even though it doesn't start off that way by default). This is an incredible, world-class item. It's also actually something you can get FOR FREE if you do one of the scenarios.
The silver screen item is really cool, and if you aren't into its esoteric items it makes for a great personal home theater movie screen and a sick-ass shield. It's just neat.
Two of my favorite items in the whole jump are in the toon line, but all of these items are bangers. Everything from the gloves to the assorted toon items & endless explosives are great, but if you purchase the half-toon perk "Not so funny anymore", associated toon items & endless explosives TREMENDOUSLY shoot upwards in power. They become NASTY strong, which is the best kind of strong. Lots of people will have a bad time dealing with a jumper who can make cartoon antics decidedly deadly, and infinite, human-scale explosives or a homing, flying safe that hits with all of the power of a mundane safe, are not jokes.
That said, probably the best QoL item in the whole jump, partially due to its low cost (there's an item in the Human origin that's this, but with SLIGHT modifications that are usually improvements), is A-Hole-in-the-Wall (AHitW). This portable apartment is fantastic. It's just REALLY good. I think this item REALLY shines in barebones survival worlds, like Minecraft, or post-apocalypse jumps, but honestly, it's so tremendously good ANYWHERE that I can easily picture jumpers, especially baby jumpers, living in this item full time. The Toon Medical Kit item is also extremely good and is a fantastic basic medical item that's a handy catch-all.
The three big boys of this origin's items are all powerfully unique items. Touch The Toon Sky(scraper) is a massive skyscraper that is, effectively, the skyscraper version of the monstrous movie theater item from the undiscounted line of items. It's a big building, and if you want to know what you could do with a big building here's a link
to the website of the real-life Woolworth Building. This item is chonky, it's alive, and it's just neat.
The context-sensitive bag is just a little thing that lets you grab funny stuff. If you're in a situation that's life or death but saving your skin would be funny, well... This bag's probably got your back.
The capstone item for Toons is a personal Acme Acres pocket dimension and this item is SICK. I always go for the upgraded version of this item (which requires the Hammerspace Specialist toon perk), but even the base item is incredible. This is one of those pocket dimension items that, in the right hands, can save entire species and/or civilizations, but is also just really fun. This is a great purchase, that's also potentially free if you do a scenario. There's lots of uses for this one and really maximizing it will take creativity on your part, but it's cool as heck.
The first four of these items are neat, career-based, items. There's a toon-gun that fires... slighty-toonier bullet-bills, and writing & art items. And when you hit the 200 CP tier you get the one QoL item that's almost on par, and actually in some ways, better than AHitW; the Toon Vehicle.
The Toon Vehicle is exceptional, it's true that it's more expensive than AHitW, and doesn't have a portable mailing address, but in every other respect this item is the bigger, better brother of AHitW. This is a living vehicle that is, externally, potentially the same size as a mundane, real-world car, but can fit hundreds of people, and has multiple bedrooms & two bathrooms. If you're not into LIVING items that's a mark on this one that isn't present on AHitW, but other than that, and a lack of a mailing address, this really is just an improvement on AHitW. It can even drive itself! This is dope.
The 400 CP item is interesting but weird. It's Joe's. Ah, Joe's. This is a neat item. Basically, this is a QoL item that gives you some money, but the way it works is weird. Until you find Joe's, in-jump, or create an entrance to it, this just gives you the ability to make entrances to a massive greasy-spoon restaurant. Once you've made an entrance to Joe's, which you do by seemingly just finding an appropriate place and WILLING it to happen, the area you've targeted with this power becomes the newest entrance to the restaurant. You can live in the employee section of the restaurant (in a nice, condo-style apartment), and you passively get paid by Joe. Presumably how much you get paid depends in part on how actively you do, and how good you are, at your job, but you'll always get paid a little.
Tall Tale Heart is a nice little booster to your physical abilities that hits harder if your human but is still not bad if you're a toon or half-toon. If you're a baby jumper and take the human origin in this jump this is great for physical stuff.
Acme Studio Factory Lot is the animation studio version of the monstrous movie theater or skyscraper items. Which means it's really fucking good. And also that it's alive. But if you want to have an artsy jumper who makes a living doing entertainment stuff, this is the item for you.
If for whatever reason you are reading this and have never seen the half-toon perks in this jump... They are decidedly less comedy based than the toon perks are, and among other things can let your jumper do things like bring objects to life, de-humode-funny toon abilities, and even do long-range only-slightly-slower-than-instant teleportation! The half-toon items, in keeping with that trend, are also not quite as focused on comedy though there's plenty of funny stuff about them.
The baby tier items, the 50 & 100 CP items, are amusingly diverse. From a catalog of items you can order that will be instantly delivered to you (and the ability to buy stuff from PAST JUMPS! That's crazy! It's only stuff that would be sold in stores and restaurants, but god can you imagine going to a prehistoric jump and ordering one hundred rifles and bucket loads of bullets?!), to an eraser that at a glance looks mostly comedic until you remember the "Not so funny anymore" half toon perk and realize you can suffocate people by erasing their mouths with that perk's effects active, this is a RANGE of items that can be endlessly amusing.
The ink pen item confers some of the effects of the human perk "Eraser Immunity" and is a good, permanent ink pen. Ink & Paint Job lets you do what acme acres does to buildings in it (immediately, not what it does to them over long periods of time), anywhere you want, so long as its an inanimate object you want to hit.
The Spanner in the Works is a really, really solid creation & destruction item. In the context of creation using this and working on making something is about the same as having twelve people work on something. Where it really shines, though, is destruction. When you hit a building or a piece of complex machinery with this it breaks apart. No limits are stated on this, by the way, so someone could imagine that this would work on the Death Star, a space station and superweapon, which is certainly complex. That said, this part of this item is JUST powerful. It's a VERY good destruction item.
Now for the capstone item for Half-Toons... Congratulations on your Rule-Of-Funny item. This is an item run by the rule-of-funny, which can ABSOLUTELY be weaponized, so long as you attempt to be funny about it first. It's great, and I mean that unironically. The Rule(r) of funny is a size-expander, a funny super-device, and a ruler all in one. It expands the internal dimensions of stuff its put in, it helps make jokes, and you know the dimensions of stuff you see when you're using it.
The Rule(r) of funny is a weird item because to REALLY maximize its use you'd need something like the capstone from the trickster origin over in Germanic Norse Mythology (which makes it so that you get three of any item purchased with CP), because its three uses are so different from each other that it often feels like using it one way prohibits it from being used in other ways, at least simultaneously. If you use it outside of a place you want to make bigger (say, AHitW's actual square footage), then it's not making the place bigger, even though it can be great for dealing with an enemy with an annoying immunity, as you can temporarily shut off the immunity so long as you use the ruler and make a joke. But if you have more than one... Well, you can do the neat stuff you want to do, while keeping one in the space you want to make bigger.
What are your favorite Generic Cartoon World items? I love all of them, but some of these babies are just... they are just magical, gang.
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2023.06.03 00:00 FappidyDat [H] TF2 Keys & PayPal [W] Humble Bundle Games (Also Games From Past Bundles)
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|Carcassonne - Tiles & Tactics ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.22 PP ||- |
|Celeste ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.6 PP ||- |
|Chess Ultra ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.25 PP ||- |
|Children of Morta ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.43 PP ||- |
|Chivalry 2 ||3.8 TF2 ||$7.45 PP ||- |
|Chivalry: Medieval Warfare ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.37 PP ||- |
|Cities: Skylines Deluxe Edition ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.18 PP ||- |
|Cities: Skylines ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.73 PP ||- |
|Clone Drone in the Danger Zone ||4.2 TF2 ||$8.32 PP ||- |
|Cloudpunk ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.02 PP ||- |
|Code Vein ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.3 PP ||- |
|Coffee Talk ||2.5 TF2 ||$4.98 PP ||- |
|Company of Heroes 2 - The Western Front Armies ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.94 PP ||- |
|Company of Heroes 2 ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.0 PP ||- |
|Company of Heroes ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.79 PP ||- |
|Conan Exiles ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.26 PP ||- |
|Construction Simulator 2015 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.48 PP ||- |
|Contagion ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.11 PP ||- |
|Control Ultimate Edition ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.93 PP ||- |
|Crash Bandicoot™ N. Sane Trilogy ||9.6 TF2 ||$19.06 PP ||- |
|Creed: Rise to Glory™ ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.47 PP ||- |
|Crusader Kings II: Imperial Collection ||10.0 TF2 ||$19.73 PP ||- |
|Crusader Kings III ||5.9 TF2 ||$11.73 PP ||- |
|CryoFall ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Cultist Simulator Anthology Edition ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.79 PP ||- |
|Cultist Simulator ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.22 PP ||- |
|DEATH STRANDING DIRECTOR'S CUT ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.21 PP ||- |
|DEATHLOOP ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.47 PP ||- |
|DIRT 5 ||4.3 TF2 ||$8.44 PP ||- |
|DMC - Devil May Cry ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.93 PP ||- |
|DRAGON BALL FIGHTERZ - Ultimate Edition ||10.0 TF2 ||$19.74 PP ||- |
|DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.81 PP ||- |
|DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.18 PP ||- |
|DRAGONBALL XENOVERSE Bundle Edition ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.16 PP ||- |
|DRIFT21 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.12 PP ||- |
|Dark Deity ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin ||8.7 TF2 ||$17.31 PP ||- |
|Dark Souls III ||12.6 TF2 ||$24.91 PP ||- |
|Darkest Dungeon ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.37 PP ||- |
|Darksiders Genesis ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.67 PP ||- |
|Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.17 PP ||- |
|Darksiders III ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.26 PP ||- |
|Darkwood ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.16 PP ||- |
|Day of the Tentacle Remastered ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.88 PP ||- |
|DayZ ||7.6 TF2 ||$15.03 PP ||- |
|Daymare: 1998 ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.79 PP ||- |
|Dead Estate ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.99 PP ||- |
|Dead Island - Definitive Edition ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.66 PP ||- |
|Dead Island Definitive Collection ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.3 PP ||- |
|Dead Rising 2: Off the Record ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.42 PP ||- |
|Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.7 PP ||- |
|Dead Rising 4 Frank’s Big Package ||2.5 TF2 ||$4.96 PP ||- |
|Dead Rising 4 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.73 PP ||- |
|Dead Rising ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.96 PP ||- |
|Death Road to Canada ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.84 PP ||- |
|Death's Gambit ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Deep Rock Galactic ||3.3 TF2 ||$6.63 PP ||- |
|Descenders ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Desperados III ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.93 PP ||- |
|Destroy All Humans ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.41 PP ||- |
|Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.25 PP ||- |
|Deus Ex: Mankind Divided ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.16 PP ||- |
|Devil May Cry HD Collection ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.5 PP ||- |
|Devil May Cry® 4 Special Edition ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.13 PP ||- |
|DiRT Rally 2.0 ||5.1 TF2 ||$10.11 PP ||- |
|Dinosaur Fossil Hunter ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.9 PP ||- |
|Distant Worlds: Universe ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.29 PP ||- |
|Doom Eternal ||2.5 TF2 ||$4.94 PP ||- |
|Door Kickers ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.84 PP ||- |
|Dorfromantik ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.93 PP ||- |
|Dragons Dogma - Dark Arisen ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.57 PP ||- |
|Drake Hollow ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.91 PP ||- |
|Drone Swarm ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.81 PP ||- |
|Dungeon Defenders ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.47 PP ||- |
|Dungeon Defenders: Awakened ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.59 PP ||- |
|Dungreed ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.81 PP ||- |
|Dusk ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.91 PP ||- |
|EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1 The Shadow of New Despair ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.28 PP ||- |
|ELEX ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.18 PP ||- |
|EVERSPACE™ ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.16 PP ||- |
|Elite: Dangerous ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.67 PP ||- |
|Empire of Sin ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.55 PP ||- |
|Endzone - A World Apart ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.04 PP ||- |
|Euro Truck Simulator 2 ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.19 PP ||- |
|Exanima ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.24 PP ||- |
|FTL: Faster Than Light ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.92 PP ||- |
|Fable Anniversary ||3.7 TF2 ||$7.32 PP ||- |
|Fallout 76 ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.22 PP ||- |
|Fantasy General II ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.25 PP ||- |
|Farming Simulator 17 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.13 PP ||- |
|Firefighting Simulator - The Squad ||3.8 TF2 ||$7.47 PP ||- |
|First Class Trouble ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.12 PP ||- |
|For The King ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.92 PP ||- |
|Forager ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.6 PP ||- |
|Forts ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.52 PP ||- |
|Friday the 13th: The Game ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.86 PP ||- |
|Frostpunk ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.07 PP ||- |
|Full Metal Furies ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Furi ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.62 PP ||- |
|GRID - Ultimate ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.97 PP ||- |
|GRID ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.81 PP ||- |
|GRIS ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Gang Beasts ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.89 PP ||- |
|Garden Paws ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.05 PP ||- |
|Gas Station Simulator ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.68 PP ||- |
|Gears 5 ||11.7 TF2 ||$23.1 PP ||- |
|Gears Tactics ||4.5 TF2 ||$8.93 PP ||- |
|Generation Zero® || |1.5 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$2.93 PP Refer To My Other Thread |May Multiplayer Bundle |
|Goat Simulator ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.88 PP ||- |
|Godlike Burger ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.1 PP ||- |
|Golf With Your Friends ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|Gordian Quest ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.58 PP ||- |
|Gotham Knights ||5.5 TF2 ||$10.83 PP ||- |
|GreedFall ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.54 PP ||- |
|Grim Dawn ||5.2 TF2 ||$10.28 PP ||- |
|Grim Fandango Remastered ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.09 PP ||- |
|Guacamelee! 2 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.19 PP ||- |
|HITMAN™2 Gold Edition ||3.1 TF2 ||$6.16 PP ||- |
|HIVESWAP: Act 2 ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.18 PP ||- |
|HOT WHEELS UNLEASHED™ ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.66 PP ||- |
|HROT ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.7 PP ||- |
|Haiku, the Robot || |1.3 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$2.56 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Must-Play Metroidvanias Bundle |
|Hard Bullet ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.38 PP ||- |
|Hearts of Iron IV: Battle for the Bosporus ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.53 PP ||- |
|Hearts of Iron IV: Cadet Edition ||2.7 TF2 ||$5.3 PP ||- |
|Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.74 PP ||- |
|Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.68 PP ||- |
|Heave Ho ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.1 PP ||- |
|Heavy Rain ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.15 PP ||- |
|Hell Let Loose ||5.2 TF2 ||$10.32 PP ||- |
|Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.26 PP ||- |
|Hello, Neighbor! ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.91 PP ||- |
|Hellpoint ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.75 PP ||- |
|Hero's Hour ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Heroes of Hammerwatch ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.13 PP ||- |
|Hitman Absolution ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.79 PP ||- |
|Hitman Game of the Year Edition ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.61 PP ||- |
|Hollow Knight || |2.8 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$5.48 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Must-Play Metroidvanias Bundle |
|Homefront: The Revolution ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.68 PP ||- |
|Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.77 PP ||- |
|Horizon Chase Turbo ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.72 PP ||- |
|Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Digital Special Edition ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.46 PP ||- |
|Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Hotline Miami ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.56 PP ||- |
|House Flipper VR ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.73 PP ||- |
|House Flipper ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.5 PP ||- |
|Human: Fall Flat ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.88 PP ||- |
|HuniePop ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.89 PP ||- |
|Huntdown ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.6 PP ||- |
|Hurtworld ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.07 PP ||- |
|Hyper Light Drifter ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.11 PP ||- |
|Hypnospace Outlaw ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.55 PP ||- |
|I Expect You To Die ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.68 PP ||- |
|I-NFECTED ||6.3 TF2 ||$12.5 PP ||- |
|INSURGENCY ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.16 PP ||- |
|Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.73 PP ||- |
|Imperator: Rome Deluxe Edition ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.09 PP ||- |
|Imperator: Rome ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Injustice 2 Legendary Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.76 PP ||- |
|Injustice 2 ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.46 PP ||- |
|Injustice: Gods Among Us - Ultimate Edition ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.32 PP ||- |
|Into the Breach ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.93 PP ||- |
|Into the Radius VR ||2.9 TF2 ||$5.84 PP ||- |
|Ion Fury ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.12 PP ||- |
|Iron Harvest ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.74 PP ||- |
|Jalopy ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.87 PP ||- |
|Job Simulator ||6.6 TF2 ||$13.01 PP ||- |
|Jurassic World Evolution 2 ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.81 PP ||- |
|Jurassic World Evolution ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.43 PP ||- |
|Just Cause 2 ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.06 PP ||- |
|Just Cause 3 XXL Edition ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.63 PP ||- |
|Just Cause 4: Complete Edition ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.97 PP ||- |
|KartKraft ||3.2 TF2 ||$6.3 PP ||- |
|Katamari Damacy REROLL ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.24 PP ||- |
|Katana ZERO ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.23 PP ||- |
|Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes ||2.7 TF2 ||$5.42 PP ||- |
|Kerbal Space Program ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Killer Instinct ||8.8 TF2 ||$17.49 PP ||- |
|Killing Floor 2 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.2 PP ||- |
|Killing Floor ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|Kingdom Come: Deliverance ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.93 PP ||- |
|Kingdom: Two Crowns ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.95 PP ||- |
|LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Premium Edition ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.9 PP ||- |
|LEGO Batman Trilogy ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.07 PP ||- |
|LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.79 PP ||- |
|LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.11 PP ||- |
|LEGO Lord of the Rings ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.83 PP ||- |
|LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.05 PP ||- |
|LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.13 PP ||- |
|LEGO® City Undercover ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.34 PP ||- |
|LEGO® DC Super-Villains Deluxe Edition ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.28 PP ||- |
|LEGO® DC Super-Villains ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Jurassic World™ ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|LEGO® MARVEL's Avengers ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 2 Deluxe Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.83 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 2 ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.34 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens - Deluxe Edition ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.25 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|LEGO® Worlds ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.12 PP ||- |
|LIMBO ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.47 PP ||- |
|Labyrinthine ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.76 PP ||- |
|Lake ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.51 PP ||- |
|Last Oasis ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.11 PP ||- |
|Layers of Fear 2 ||6.3 TF2 ||$12.52 PP ||- |
|Layers of Fear ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.12 PP ||- |
|Legion TD 2 ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.33 PP ||- |
|Len's Island ||4.2 TF2 ||$8.26 PP ||- |
|Lethal League Blaze ||1.5 TF2 ||$3.06 PP ||- |
|Lethal League ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.58 PP ||- |
|Library Of Ruina ||3.2 TF2 ||$6.42 PP ||- |
|Life is Feudal: Your Own ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.39 PP ||- |
|Life is Strange 2 Complete Season ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.33 PP ||- |
|Life is Strange Complete Season (Episodes 1-5) ||4.5 TF2 ||$8.95 PP ||- |
|Little Misfortune ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.47 PP ||- |
|Little Nightmares Complete Edition ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.22 PP ||- |
|Little Nightmares ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.06 PP ||- |
|Lobotomy Corporation Monster Management Simulation ||5.0 TF2 ||$9.99 PP ||- |
|Loot River ||3.3 TF2 ||$6.47 PP ||- |
|Lost Ember ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.76 PP ||- |
|Luck be a Landlord || |2.4 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$4.77 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Luck of the Draw: Roguelike Deckbuilders Bundle |
|METAL GEAR SOLID V: The Definitive Experience ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.89 PP ||- |
|MONSTER HUNTER RISE ||4.1 TF2 ||$8.09 PP ||- |
|MORTAL KOMBAT 11 ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.53 PP ||- |
|MX vs ATV Reflex ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|Mad Max ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.32 PP ||- |
|Mafia II: Definitive Edition ||3.6 TF2 ||$7.11 PP ||- |
|Mafia III: Definitive Edition ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.21 PP ||- |
|Mafia: Definitive Edition ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.36 PP ||- |
|Magicka 2 - Deluxe Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|Magicka 2 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.18 PP ||- |
|Maneater ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.63 PP ||- |
|Manhunt ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.18 PP ||- |
|Mars Horizon ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.53 PP ||- |
|Mass Effect™ Legendary Edition ||7.8 TF2 ||$15.36 PP ||- |
|Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.22 PP ||- |
|Max Payne ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.06 PP ||- |
|MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries ||2.5 TF2 ||$5.02 PP ||- |
|Medal of Honor ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.24 PP ||- |
|Mega Man Legacy Collection ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.9 PP ||- |
|Men of War: Assault Squad 2 - Deluxe Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|Men of War: Assault Squad 2 War Chest Edition ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Men of War: Assault Squad 2 ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Metro 2033 Redux ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.05 PP ||- |
|Metro Exodus ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.79 PP ||- |
|Metro Redux Bundle ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.17 PP ||- |
|Metro: Last Light Redux ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.26 PP ||- |
|Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.71 PP ||- |
|Middle-earth™: Shadow of War™ ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.8 PP ||- |
|Middleearth Shadow of War Definitive Edition ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.37 PP ||- |
|Midnight Ghost Hunt || |2.5 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$4.93 PP Refer To My Other Thread |May Multiplayer Bundle |
|Mini Ninjas ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.05 PP ||- |
|Mirror's Edge ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.36 PP ||- |
|Miscreated ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.87 PP ||- |
|Monster Hunter: World ||3.5 TF2 ||$6.89 PP ||- |
|Monster Sanctuary ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.26 PP ||- |
|Monster Train ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Moonlighter ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Moons of Madness ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.48 PP ||- |
|Mordhau ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.32 PP ||- |
|Mortal Shell ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.77 PP ||- |
|Motorcycle Mechanic Simulator 2021 ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.58 PP ||- |
|Motorsport Manager ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.55 PP ||- |
|Move or Die ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.46 PP ||- |
|Moving Out ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.82 PP ||- |
|Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Deluxe Edition ||1.5 TF2 ||$3.01 PP ||- |
|My Friend Pedro ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.91 PP ||- |
|My Time At Portia ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.43 PP ||- |
|NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 Road to Boruto ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.23 PP ||- |
|NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM Revolution ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.5 PP ||- |
|NASCAR Heat 5 - Ultimate Edition ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.1 PP ||- |
|NBA 2K13 ||4.8 TF2 ||$9.52 PP ||- |
|Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.14 PP ||- |
|Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker - Deluxe Edition ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.13 PP ||- |
|Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.83 PP ||- |
|Necromunda: Hired Gun ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.45 PP ||- |
|Neon Abyss ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.01 PP ||- |
|Neverwinter Nights: Complete Adventures ||3.7 TF2 ||$7.33 PP ||- |
|Nine Parchments ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.27 PP ||- |
|No Time to Relax ||2.9 TF2 ||$5.75 PP ||- |
|Northgard || |3.9 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$7.64 PP Refer To My Other Thread |May Multiplayer Bundle |
|Not For Broadcast ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.36 PP ||- |
|ONE PIECE BURNING BLOOD GOLD EDITION ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.91 PP ||- |
|ONE PIECE BURNING BLOOD ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.46 PP ||- |
|ONE PIECE PIRATE WARRIORS 3 Gold Edition ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.38 PP ||- |
|Observer ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.74 PP ||- |
|Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.72 PP ||- |
|One Step From Eden ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.03 PP ||- |
|Operation: Tango || |0.4 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$0.8 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Humble Choice (May 2023) |
|Opus Magnum ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.13 PP ||- |
|Orcs Must Die! 3 ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.69 PP ||- |
|Outlast 2 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.17 PP ||- |
|Outlast ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.06 PP ||- |
|Outward ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.94 PP ||- |
|Overcooked ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.02 PP ||- |
|Overcooked! 2 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.59 PP ||- |
|Overgrowth ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.53 PP ||- |
|Overlord II ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Owlboy ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.04 PP ||- |
|PAYDAY 2 ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.82 PP ||- |
|PC Building Simulator ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.32 PP ||- |
|PGA TOUR 2K21 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.24 PP ||- |
|Paint the Town Red ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.73 PP ||- |
|Parkitect ||5.5 TF2 ||$10.98 PP ||- |
|Party Hard 2 ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|Pathfinder: Kingmaker - Enhanced Plus Edition ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.25 PP ||- |
|Pathologic 2 ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.04 PP ||- |
|Pathologic Classic HD ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Per Aspera ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.39 PP ||- |
|Phantom Doctrine ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Pillars of Eternity Definitive Edition ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.66 PP ||- |
|Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.07 PP ||- |
|Pistol Whip ||6.2 TF2 ||$12.33 PP ||- |
|Plague Inc: Evolved ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.23 PP ||- |
|Planescape: Torment: Enhanced Edition ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|Planet Coaster ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.55 PP ||- |
|Planet Zoo ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.93 PP ||- |
|Planetary Annihilation: TITANS ||6.0 TF2 ||$11.91 PP ||- |
|Portal Knights ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.62 PP ||- |
|Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.48 PP ||- |
|PowerBeatsVR ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.99 PP ||- |
|PowerSlave Exhumed ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.79 PP ||- |
|Praey for the Gods ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.16 PP ||- |
|Prehistoric Kingdom ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.93 PP ||- |
|Prison Architect ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.76 PP ||- |
|Pro Cycling Manager 2019 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.61 PP ||- |
|Project Hospital ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.82 PP ||- |
|Project Wingman ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.21 PP ||- |
|Project Winter ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.17 PP ||- |
|Propnight ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.32 PP ||- |
|Pumpkin Jack ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.84 PP ||- |
|Quantum Break ||2.0 TF2 ||$4.0 PP ||- |
|RESIDENT EVIL 3 ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.49 PP ||- |
|RUGBY 20 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.58 PP ||- |
|RWBY: Grimm Eclipse ||3.3 TF2 ||$6.62 PP ||- |
|Ragnaröck ||3.5 TF2 ||$6.93 PP ||- |
|Rain World || |1.1 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$2.19 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Must-Play Metroidvanias Bundle |
|Raw Data ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.17 PP ||- |
|Re:Legend ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.13 PP ||- |
|Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.95 PP ||- |
|Red Matter ||4.5 TF2 ||$8.95 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil / biohazard HD REMASTER ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.23 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil 0 / biohazard 0 HD Remaster ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.35 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil 5 GOLD Edition ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.53 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil 5 ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.16 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil 6 ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.81 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Deluxe Edition ||2.5 TF2 ||$4.88 PP ||- |
|Resident Evil: Revelations ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.5 PP ||- |
|Retro Machina ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.02 PP ||- |
|Risen 2: Dark Waters Gold Edition ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.88 PP ||- |
|Risen 3 - Complete Edition ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.07 PP ||- |
|Risen ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.82 PP ||- |
|Rising Storm 2: Vietnam ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.34 PP ||- |
|River City Girls ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.87 PP ||- |
|Roboquest ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.06 PP ||- |
|RollerCoaster Tycoon Deluxe ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.09 PP ||- |
|Rollercoaster Tycoon 2: Triple Thrill Pack ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.28 PP ||- |
|Rubber Bandits ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.52 PP ||- |
|Ryse: Son of Rome ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.38 PP ||- |
|SCP: Pandemic ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.28 PP ||- |
|SCUM ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.96 PP ||- |
|SOMA ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.8 PP ||- |
|SONG OF HORROR Complete Edition ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.42 PP ||- |
|STAR WARS® THE FORCE UNLEASHED II ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.62 PP ||- |
|STAR WARS™: Squadrons ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.23 PP ||- |
|SUPERHOT VR ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.51 PP ||- |
|SUPERHOT ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.59 PP ||- |
|SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.02 PP ||- |
|Saint's Row The Third Remastered ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.5 PP ||- |
|Saints Row 2 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.16 PP ||- |
|Saints Row IV Game of the Century Edition ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.25 PP ||- |
|Saints Row IV ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.05 PP ||- |
|Saints Row the Third - The Full Package ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.93 PP ||- |
|Saints Row: The Third ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.27 PP ||- |
|Salt and Sanctuary ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.15 PP ||- |
|Sanctum 2 ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.06 PP ||- |
|Satisfactory ||6.6 TF2 ||$13.01 PP ||- |
|Second Extinction ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.11 PP ||- |
|Secret Neighbor ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.85 PP ||- |
|Serious Sam 2 ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.58 PP ||- |
|Serious Sam 3: BFE ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.99 PP ||- |
|Serious Sam 4 ||4.0 TF2 ||$7.94 PP ||- |
|Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.51 PP ||- |
|Shadow Man Remastered ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.0 PP ||- |
|Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Shadow Warrior 2 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.76 PP ||- |
|Shadow of the Tomb Raider ||3.2 TF2 ||$6.37 PP ||- |
|Shenmue 3 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.58 PP ||- |
|Shenmue I & II ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.58 PP ||- |
|Shining Resonance Refrain ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.96 PP ||- |
|Sid Meier's Civilization VI : Platinum Edition ||3.0 TF2 ||$6.03 PP ||- |
|Sid Meier's Civilization VI ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.47 PP ||- |
|Sid Meier's Civilization® V: The Complete Edition ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.76 PP ||- |
|Sid Meiers Civilization IV: The Complete Edition ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Siege of Centauri ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.16 PP ||- |
|SimCasino ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.56 PP ||- |
|SimplePlanes ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.78 PP ||- |
|Skullgirls 2nd Encore ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.47 PP ||- |
|Slap City ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.25 PP ||- |
|Slay the Spire ||3.6 TF2 ||$7.17 PP ||- |
|Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.93 PP ||- |
|Slime Rancher ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.32 PP ||- |
|Sniper Elite 3 ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.14 PP ||- |
|Sniper Elite 4 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.53 PP ||- |
|Sniper Elite V2 Remastered ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.5 PP ||- |
|Sniper Elite V2 ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.05 PP ||- |
|Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.58 PP ||- |
|Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.88 PP ||- |
|Sonic Adventure DX ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Sonic Adventure 2 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.86 PP ||- |
|Sonic Mania ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.6 PP ||- |
|Soul Calibur VI ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.24 PP ||- |
|Source of Madness ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.13 PP ||- |
|Space Engineers ||2.7 TF2 ||$5.3 PP ||- |
|Space Haven ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Spec Ops: The Line ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.81 PP ||- |
|SpeedRunners ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.04 PP ||- |
|Spellcaster University ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.9 PP ||- |
|Spelunky ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.23 PP ||- |
|Spirit Of The Island ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.59 PP ||- |
|Spiritfarer || |1.1 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$2.18 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Humble Choice (May 2023) |
|SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.51 PP ||- |
|Spyro™ Reignited Trilogy ||4.9 TF2 ||$9.65 PP ||- |
|Star Renegades ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.94 PP ||- |
|Star Trek: Bridge Crew ||4.4 TF2 ||$8.62 PP ||- |
|Star Wars Republic Commando™ ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|Star Wars: Battlefront 2 (Classic, 2005) ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.7 PP ||- |
|Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Star Wars® Empire at War™: Gold Pack ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.39 PP ||- |
|Starbound ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.24 PP ||- |
|Starpoint Gemini Warlords ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.48 PP ||- |
|State of Decay 2: Juggernaut Edition ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.92 PP ||- |
|Staxel ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.83 PP ||- |
|Steel Division: Normandy 44 ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.91 PP ||- |
|Stellaris Galaxy Edition ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.56 PP ||- |
|Stellaris: Lithoids Species Pack ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.49 PP ||- |
|Stick Fight: The Game ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.1 PP ||- |
|Strategic Command WWII: World at War ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.26 PP ||- |
|Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.94 PP ||- |
|Streets of Rogue ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.24 PP ||- |
|Stronghold 2: Steam Edition ||2.0 TF2 ||$4.0 PP ||- |
|Stronghold Crusader 2 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.84 PP ||- |
|Stronghold Crusader HD ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.24 PP ||- |
|Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.76 PP ||- |
|Styx: Shards Of Darkness ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.76 PP ||- |
|Subnautica ||3.6 TF2 ||$7.15 PP ||- |
|Summer in Mara ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.09 PP ||- |
|Sunless Sea ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.76 PP ||- |
|Sunless Skies ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.34 PP ||- |
|Sunset Overdrive ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.01 PP ||- |
|Super Meat Boy ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.08 PP ||- |
|Superliminal ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.84 PP ||- |
|Supraland Six Inches Under ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.89 PP ||- |
|Supreme Commander 2 ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.62 PP ||- |
|Supreme Commander Forged Alliance ||2.0 TF2 ||$4.02 PP ||- |
|Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.5 PP ||- |
|Survive the Nights ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|Surviving Mars ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Surviving the Aftermath ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.41 PP ||- |
|Sword Art Online Fatal Bullet - Complete Edition ||3.3 TF2 ||$6.45 PP ||- |
|Sword Art Online Hollow Realization Deluxe Edition ||1.5 TF2 ||$3.01 PP ||- |
|Syberia: The World Before ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.32 PP ||- |
|Synth Riders ||3.5 TF2 ||$6.96 PP ||- |
|THE KING OF FIGHTERS '98 ULTIMATE MATCH FINAL EDITION ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|THE KING OF FIGHTERS 2002 UNLIMITED MATCH ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.18 PP ||- |
|Tales from the Borderlands ||3.4 TF2 ||$6.83 PP ||- |
|Tales of Berseria ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.12 PP ||- |
|Tales of Zestiria ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.72 PP ||- |
|Talisman: Digital Edition ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.94 PP ||- |
|Tank Mechanic Simulator ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.17 PP ||- |
|Telltale Batman Shadows Edition ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.9 PP ||- |
|Terraforming Mars ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Terraria ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.26 PP ||- |
|The Ascent ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.26 PP ||- |
|The Battle of Polytopia ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|The Beast Inside ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.77 PP ||- |
|The Blackout Club ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.17 PP ||- |
|The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.12 PP ||- |
|The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.42 PP ||- |
|The Darkness II ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.99 PP ||- |
|The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet Of Chaos ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.69 PP ||- |
|The Escapists 2 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.85 PP ||- |
|The Escapists ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.13 PP ||- |
|The Henry Stickmin Collection ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.46 PP ||- |
|The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing Final Cut ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.67 PP ||- |
|The Intruder ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.28 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack 2 ||2.0 TF2 ||$4.02 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack 3 ||2.9 TF2 ||$5.76 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack 4 ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.14 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack 5 ||3.1 TF2 ||$6.15 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack 6 ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.58 PP ||- |
|The Jackbox Party Pack ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.18 PP ||- |
|The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.8 PP ||- |
|The Last Campfire ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.57 PP ||- |
|The Long Dark ||2.0 TF2 ||$4.0 PP ||- |
|The Long Dark: Survival Edition ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|The Mortuary Assistant ||2.4 TF2 ||$4.82 PP ||- |
|The Red Solstice 2: Survivors ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.78 PP ||- |
|The Surge 2 ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.83 PP ||- |
|The Survivalists ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.36 PP ||- |
|The Talos Principle ||1.0 TF2 ||$2.06 PP ||- |
|The Walking Dead: A New Frontier ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.71 PP ||- |
|The Walking Dead: The Final Season ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.41 PP ||- |
|The Witness ||3.7 TF2 ||$7.29 PP ||- |
|The Wolf Among Us ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.83 PP ||- |
|This Is the Police ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|This War of Mine: Complete Edition ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.36 PP ||- |
|Titan Quest Anniversary Edition ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.22 PP ||- |
|Torchlight II ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.19 PP ||- |
|Total Tank Simulator ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.74 PP ||- |
|Total War SHOGUN 2 ||3.6 TF2 ||$7.03 PP ||- |
|Total War Shogun 2 Collection ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.48 PP ||- |
|Total War: ATTILA ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.19 PP ||- |
|Total War: Empire - Definitive Edition ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.61 PP ||- |
|Total War: Napoleon - Definitive Edition ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.2 PP ||- |
|Total War: Rome II - Emperor Edition ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.54 PP ||- |
|Total War™: WARHAMMER® ||3.2 TF2 ||$6.25 PP ||- |
|Totally Accurate Battle Simulator ||2.9 TF2 ||$5.68 PP ||- |
|Totally Reliable Delivery Service ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.29 PP ||- |
|Tour de France 2020 ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Tower Unite ||5.2 TF2 ||$10.39 PP ||- |
|Townscaper ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.18 PP ||- |
|Trailmakers Deluxe Edition ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.93 PP ||- |
|Train Simulator Classic ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.7 PP ||- |
|Tribes of Midgard ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.8 PP ||- |
|Tricky Towers ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.98 PP ||- |
|Trine 2: Complete Story ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.85 PP ||- |
|Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.42 PP ||- |
|Trine Ultimate Collection ||4.2 TF2 ||$8.22 PP ||- |
|Tropico 5 – Complete Collection ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|Tropico 6 El-Prez Edition ||2.6 TF2 ||$5.07 PP ||- |
|Tropico 6 ||2.3 TF2 ||$4.55 PP ||- |
|Turmoil ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.73 PP ||- |
|Turok ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.76 PP ||- |
|Two Point Hospital ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.28 PP ||- |
|Tyranny - Gold Edition ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.22 PP ||- |
|Ultimate Chicken Horse ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.57 PP ||- |
|Ultimate Fishing Simulator ||0.5 TF2 ||$0.92 PP ||- |
|Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.4 PP ||- |
|Ultra Street Fighter IV ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.15 PP ||- |
|Undertale ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.07 PP ||- |
|Universe Sandbox ||4.6 TF2 ||$9.15 PP ||- |
|Unrailed! ||1.5 TF2 ||$3.0 PP ||- |
|Until You Fall ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.4 PP ||- |
|VTOL VR ||6.6 TF2 ||$13.01 PP ||- |
|Vacation Simulator ||5.2 TF2 ||$10.32 PP ||- |
|Vagante ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.41 PP ||- |
|Valkyria Chronicles 4 Complete Edition ||1.5 TF2 ||$2.93 PP ||- |
|Vampyr ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.27 PP ||- |
|Verdun ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.73 PP ||- |
|Victor Vran ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.62 PP ||- |
|Visage ||3.0 TF2 ||$5.87 PP ||- |
|Viscera Cleanup Detail ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.75 PP ||- |
|Void Bastards ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.84 PP ||- |
|Volcanoids ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.81 PP ||- |
|Vox Machinae ||3.4 TF2 ||$6.78 PP ||- |
|Wargame European Escalation ||0.4 TF2 ||$0.72 PP ||- |
|Wargame: Red Dragon ||5.3 TF2 ||$10.56 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate - Daemonhunters || |2.2 TF2 Refer To My Other Thread | |$4.28 PP Refer To My Other Thread |Humble Choice (May 2023) |
|Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Master Collection ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.12 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Grand Master Collection ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.93 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II: Retribution ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.62 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Relics of War ||1.0 TF2 ||$1.95 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Tyranids ||1.6 TF2 ||$3.12 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Collection ||2.1 TF2 ||$4.07 PP ||- |
|Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.29 PP ||- |
|Warhammer: Chaosbane - Slayer Edition ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.09 PP ||- |
|Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide Collector's Edition ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.38 PP ||- |
|Warhammer: Vermintide 2 - Collector's Edition ||1.5 TF2 ||$3.02 PP ||- |
|Warhammer: Vermintide 2 ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.52 PP ||- |
|Warhammer® 40,000: Dawn of War® II ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.26 PP ||- |
|Warhammer® 40,000™: Dawn of War® III ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.33 PP ||- |
|Warpips ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.53 PP ||- |
|Wasteland 3 ||1.3 TF2 ||$2.55 PP ||- |
|We Happy Few ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.62 PP ||- |
|We Need to Go Deeper ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.34 PP ||- |
|We Were Here Too ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.81 PP ||- |
|White Day : a labyrinth named school ||0.6 TF2 ||$1.25 PP ||- |
|Who's Your Daddy ||1.7 TF2 ||$3.31 PP ||- |
|Wingspan ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.37 PP ||- |
|Winkeltje: The Little Shop ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.18 PP ||- |
|Witch It ||3.3 TF2 ||$6.54 PP ||- |
|Wizard of Legend ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.86 PP ||- |
|Worms W.M.D ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.24 PP ||- |
|Wurm Unlimited ||0.7 TF2 ||$1.45 PP ||- |
|X4: Foundations ||5.8 TF2 ||$11.48 PP ||- |
|X4: Split Vendetta ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.8 PP ||- |
|XCOM 2 Collection ||1.4 TF2 ||$2.79 PP ||- |
|XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete Pack ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.6 PP ||- |
|XCOM: Ultimate Collection ||1.2 TF2 ||$2.42 PP ||- |
|Yakuza 0 ||2.0 TF2 ||$3.96 PP ||- |
|Yakuza 3 Remastered ||1.1 TF2 ||$2.24 PP ||- |
|Yakuza 4 Remastered ||2.0 TF2 ||$4.01 PP ||- |
|Yakuza 5 Remastered ||2.8 TF2 ||$5.48 PP ||- |
|Yakuza Kiwami 2 ||3.2 TF2 ||$6.41 PP ||- |
|Yakuza Kiwami ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.61 PP ||- |
|Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles ||1.8 TF2 ||$3.58 PP ||- |
|YouTubers Life ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.06 PP ||- |
|ZERO Sievert ||4.9 TF2 ||$9.65 PP ||- |
|Zenith MMO ||2.2 TF2 ||$4.38 PP ||- |
|Zero Caliber VR ||4.2 TF2 ||$8.31 PP ||- |
|Zombie Army 4: Dead War ||1.9 TF2 ||$3.75 PP ||- |
|Zombie Army Trilogy ||0.5 TF2 ||$1.04 PP ||- |
|biped ||0.9 TF2 ||$1.79 PP ||- |
|rFactor 2 ||3.2 TF2 ||$6.43 PP ||- |
|while True: learn() Chief Technology Officer Edition ||0.8 TF2 ||$1.61 PP ||- |
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2023.06.02 23:53 vampireinamirrormaze Feeling the urge to change
I've been trying to figure out how to articulate all my feelings without spilling my entire life story lol
So I (28m) starting a WFH job next week and it's gotten me thinking about how I normally spend my days and what I want to change about it. I'm typically a shut-in who gets home from work and flicks on youtube in the background for many hours. But this job is flexible enough that I'll be able to do that WHILE working, so while I could theoretically keep it up after I clock out I feel like I probably should make an effort to get out of the house on weeknights or at least weekends. This ties into a few other things I'd like to change about myself.
I moved from the midwest to vegas last year, that went HORRIBLY, and I moved back to the midwest and have basically been starting my life over this year, hence the new WFH job. I live in a mid-size town I haven't lived in before and I have 2 close friends here but not much else to socialize with. I don't understand the process of meeting new people cause shut-in, but I want to figure out how to get that started. I've peaked at Meetup and googled hangout spots around town but the second I get close to committing to an event, I feel a wave of exhaustion take over and I spend the night in.
I've also never had a relationship. Tried dating apps in the past but they tank my mental health like nothing else & got me nowhere. Didn't have time to even think about it in vegas cause my life was falling apart. Now I'm back in a better place and want to give this thing an honest go without apps. Again, shut-in, so I figure dating is step two *after* learning how to go out in general.
To really combat the WFH sitting inside part of my day, I want to workout. I have minor physical issues like IBS and insomnia so I've been trying to research what kind of activity best helps that. No idea if that means a gym membership or some other way to go out and do stuff.
I have a terrible habit of getting overly ambitious, trying to change a lot at once, then getting overwhelming and relapsing all the way back to square one. I'm trying to find some kind of plan to make all these changes little by little so they become permanent. If any of you have any advice on any of these things, I'm open to suggestions! Hope y'all are on your way to something new as well!
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2023.06.02 23:18 TheMovieSquib Amazon Prime Video What's New on June 2023
Hello Folks, below you will find all the new movies and shows for Amazon Prime Video for June 2023. Now I have to admit for the other half of this list I used an AI program as I was running behind, so some of the links may not work. But I will modify this document through the weekend and update the links. Thanks and Enjoy. Available June 1
- Shadow of Suspicion Shaun of the Dead All The Queen’s Men, season 1 She Hate Me School Daze Sea Fury Shoot First Silver Linings Playbook Barnaby Jones, seasons 1-8 Sliver Bull Soul Food South Central Stargate Charmed Repo Men Riders To The Stars River’s Edge Robocop Run For The Sun Saved! Self/less Stomp The Yard: Homecoming Yours, Mine & Ours Switchback You Have to Run Fast Ten Days to Tulara The Apartment You Got Served Evening Shade, seasons 1-4 The Call The Color Purple (1986) Everybody Hates Chris, seasons 1-4 The Danish Girl Happy Days, seasons 1-3 Wuthering Heights (1970) The Day the Earth Stood Still The Four Feathers World’s Greatest Dad The French Lieutenant’s Woman Laverne & Shirley, seasons 1-4 Without a Paddle: Nature’s Calling The Gift Mannix, seasons 1-7 What to Expect When You’re Expecting The Gospel According to Andre Walking Target The Hot Chick Walking Tall: The Payback MasterChef Mexico All Stars The Longshots Vice The Love Letter Mork & Mindy, seasons 1-2 Venus and Serena The Malta Story The Missing Lady Petticoat Junction, seasons 1-5 Van Wilder 2: The Rise Of Taj The One That Got Away Uncommon Valor The Rabbit Trap UFO The Relic Tyson The Return of the Living Dead Two Can Play That Game Survivor, seasons 17-25 True Lies The Scarf The Brady Bunch, seasons 1-5 The Spanish Gardener The Neighborhood, seasons 1-4 The Time Machine Webster, seasons 1-4 Triple Deception Wings, seasons 1-8 No Escape Transporter 2 Muscle Shoals: Rotten Tomatoes - Muscle Shoals
Transamerica: Rotten Tomatoes - Transamerica
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: Rotten Tomatoes - On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
One Way Out: Rotten Tomatoes - One Way Out
Open Range: Rotten Tomatoes - Open Range
Over The Top: Rotten Tomatoes - Over The Top
Pariah: Rotten Tomatoes - Pariah
Peanuts: Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown: Rotten Tomatoes - Peanuts: Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown
Philadelphia: Rotten Tomatoes - Philadelphia
Notorious: Rotten Tomatoes - Notorious
Purple Rain: Rotten Tomatoes - Purple Rain
Reign of Fire: Rotten Tomatoes - Reign of Fire
Rejoice and Shout: Rotten Tomatoes - Rejoice and Shout
Rent: Rotten Tomatoes - Rent
Lone Wolf McQuade: Rotten Tomatoes - Lone Wolf McQuade
1984: Rotten Tomatoes - 1984
Live and Let Die: Rotten Tomatoes - Live and Let Die
12 Years a Slave: Rotten Tomatoes - 12 Years a Slave
Little Women (1949): Rotten Tomatoes - Little Women (1949)
2 Days in New York: Rotten Tomatoes - 2 Days in New York
League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Rotten Tomatoes - League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Lady Of Vengeance: Rotten Tomatoes - Lady Of Vengeance
2 Days In The Valley: Rotten Tomatoes - 2 Days In The Valley
Kingdom of Heaven: Rotten Tomatoes - Kingdom of Heaven
3:10 To Yuma: Rotten Tomatoes - 3:10 To Yuma
The Kids Are All Right: Rotten Tomatoes - The Kids Are All Right
Jungle Heat: Rotten Tomatoes - Jungle Heat
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2023.06.02 23:18 normadezmonds the pile of laundry on my floor is trying to eat me.
I know this sounds crazy. Shut up. I get it. I’ve heard it all before: “what are you talking about?” “You’re insane.” “This is why you shouldn’t do molly before your brain finishes developing.” My friends don’t believe me. My parents don’t believe me. My therapist doesn’t believe me. And I don’t blame them. I didn’t believe me either, at first. Maybe I still don’t. There’s no moral here; this isn’t some cautionary tale about the importance of keeping clean. If it were, it’d be the sickest, most twisted way to teach someone to fold their stupid clothes.
I normally fold my laundry. I do. I’m not a slob! I hate walking into my bedroom and seeing clothes on the floor. I hate it, seriously! I don’t believe in it, don’t subscribe to it, and don’t condone it. The floor could be as clean as a freshly zamboni’d ice rink, but the second my clothes touch it they instantly get dirty – coated in lint, dust, and grime that latch onto my shirts and underwear like leeches.
But no one’s perfect. I’m not an idiot, ok? I’m a realist. I’m an adult. I slip up sometimes. A bit of depression here, a dash of anxiety there, and suddenly I don’t feel like folding that huge lump of clothes the exact second the dryer vomits them out. In those cases, I put the pile on my desk chair, and I wait a few days. I go to work, I run my errands, I wash my face, and, whatever – you get the gist. Eventually, I work up the courage to square up to that foul fabric beast and tear it apart, devoting twenty minutes to folding and putting away every single piece of clothing until my room is back to its normal, serene state. This cycle is a perfectly normal part of the monotonous yet inconsistent ebb and flow that is adulthood, and I’m not going to put myself on trial for occasionally succumbing to it. Well, the last load of laundry I did was a particularly big one. Massive, actually. So big I thought the washing machine drum would break off its axle, spin out into my kitchen, and crash through a wall. After the clothes dried, I let them sit in the machine for a few days because taking them out proved too daunting a task (and yes, I opened the dryer door a bit so the clothes could air out. I’m not an idiot).
Eventually, I worked up the courage to extract the atrocious textile pile and take it to my room for folding. The pile was too big and too heavy to fit on my chair, so I threw it on the ground. I know, I know – I’m wincing at the thought. But I had too. It was enormous. At the time, folding felt like too herculean a task to do in that moment. So I waited a day. And another day. And another. I went to work, I ran my errands, I washed my face. By then, a week had gone by, and the pile was still there, on the floor at the foot of my bed. I went to bed that night promising myself I would deal with it in the morning.
Well, girls and boys, I didn’t deal with it. That day I did nothing; I did nothing but go to work, run my errands, and wash my face. And that evening I opened a beer, plopped my ass on the couch, and watched “New Girl.” I hate that show. I despise that show. But I watch reruns when my body is tired but my mind is awake; when I need something to dull my brain until it meets my body halfway on that miserable road to exhaustion.
When I crawled into bed that night, the laundry pile was still there, obviously. A sock was sticking out and touching the foot of my bed. It was funny, though, because I didn’t remember the pile physically touching my bed the night before. But who really remembers things like that, anyway? I figured the pile must have come apart a bit due to vibrations in the floor when I walked -- gravity, or something. It was a bulbous, globular, uneven stack of clothes, for fuck’s sake. I know this sounds silly – it’s just that my first thought when I saw the pile had shifted slightly towards my bed wasn’t that it was actively moving towards me.
I have bad dreams often, but that night’s was especially bad. I dreamt I stepped into an enormous bowl of pancake batter and couldn’t get out. I sunk into the batter, slowly, tortuously, inch by inch, until the beige mass globbed onto my face. Just as it covered my eyes and stuck them shut, I suddenly woke up with a shooting pain in my foot. The pain was almost indescribable: a burning, almost acidic sensation. It subsided immediately the moment I woke up and drew my legs up to my chest, curling into the fetal position and rubbing my foot until my mind coaxed itself to sleep. When I woke up that morning, my thoughts returned to that brief pain in my foot. I almost couldn’t even remember if it had been a dream or not. Until I looked at my foot. The top half of my left sole was a patchy red color. I grabbed hold of the foot and held it up as close to my face as my inflexible body could manage. My brow furrowed in disgust. I had the same expression in my face as when I was sixteen and riddled with acne and would pop an innocuous-looking zit, only for it to erupt and bukkake my mirror with an egregious quantity of pus. My disgust, however, then morphed into an acute sense of unease. Because there, in the center of this rosy patch on my foot, were four small indentations. They were deep in my skin, as far as you can press down on flesh before drawing blood. Each mark was parallel to the other. Bite marks.
I looked at my foot, then at the foot of my bed (no pun intended), where the pile of laundry sat. Then back at my foot. Then back at the pile. Something about it was different now. I swear it, suddenly it looked a bit more ominous, more looming, more… big. Yes, it was bigger. It had taken on a new color, too. A pair of jeans, my rainbow socks, and a Grand Theft Auto 5 T-shirt that I hadn’t seen before on the top of the pile were now sticking out, looking right at me. It’s strange; you don’t expect a pile of clothes to activate your fight or flight response, but looking back on that moment now, even if my conscience didn’t register it at the time, I was afraid.
I got up, got dressed with whatever clothes remained in my closet away from the pile (not much), and shut my bedroom door. I went to work that day, I ran errands, I washed my face. I went home. I changed clothes. As I changed, I stared at the pile. Now there wasn’t just a single sock touching the foot of the bed – now many, many socks were pressed against it, reaching out like little white hands of cotton. In fact, the whole pile seemed to be pushing its weight against my bed. But, like I said earlier, this was not something I consciously decided to worry about in that moment. It’s a pile of laundry, for fuck’s sake. I walked into the living room and shut the door behind me. I decided then that that night I would finally dismantle the pile and fold each and every piece of clothing. But not right then. My buddy Sam was coming over any second to have a beer and watch “New Girl.”
He got to my place twenty minutes later than he was supposed to, and when I opened the door four little legs trotted in with him. “This is Clarence!” he said with that bizarrely prideful tone in his voice that new dog owners sometimes have. It’s the same tone new mothers have, but since, as far as I know, humans are not physically capable of giving birth to chihuahuas, the tone in this case is always completely unwarranted. But I digress -- I was a little pissed, to say the least. Sam hadn’t asked if it was ok to bring Clarence. We were about five minutes into a random episode I had rouletted from season three when Clarence started yapping. I peeled my eyes off the screen and suddenly realized he wasn’t on the couch with us anymore. Indeed, he was standing right in front of my closed bedroom door, howling into the air and clawing at the wood. “Yo, Clare! Shut up!” Sam yelled as he paused the TV and sauntered over to Clarence. My first thought was Is "Clare" really a nickname for Clarence? My second thought was Oh my god. Do not let Clarence into that room.
“NO!” I blurted out.
“Huh?” Sam grunted as he turned to look at me with that big stupid face of his. Clarence kept barking.
“You… you can’t go in there,” I stammered. “It’s messy.” I straightened myself up.
Sam scoffed. “You got dead bodies in there or something?” He looked at Clarence, who refused to let up. “Something’s bothering him.”
“I can see that, but –“
Sam laughed, put his hand on the knob and started to turn.
“NO!” I screamed again. Clarence stopped barking that time. Sam took his hand off the knob.
“I told you. Don’t go in my room,” I chided.
“Dude. You… you don’t actually have dead bodies in there, do you?” Sam asked as his smile gradually disappeared.
I sighed. “Jesus Christ. Of course not! It… it’s just messy. Super messy. Like, so messy. It’s embarrassed.”
“OK. But now I feel like, as your friend, I have a responsibility to check. Just to make sure…”
“OK, well, I told you, you can’t go into my room.”
“… just to make sure you don’t have any dead bodies in there.”
“I DON’T HAVE ANY DEAD FUCKING BODIES IN MY ROOM!” My face went purple with rage.
“Well now you’re reacting as if you have a dead body in your room.” I sighed and rubbed my forehead. He had a point. “Ok. You can look inside… just… can you pick Clarence up first?”
Sam looked at me weirdly, but then quickly accepted this one condition and picked the little hairy sausage up. He grabbed the knob and turned. I held my breath as he looked inside.
“Oh my god. Dude. What the shit?”
“What? What?” I raced to the door and peered inside. The room was more or less the same as it had been that morning. Well, except for the laundry pile had…
“You should really fold your laundry, dude.”
… doubled in size. It was massive, over half the height of the room now, spilling across my bed. I started to shake. How was this happening? What was happening? There were more clothes in the pile now than I had ever owned in my entire life. And, I suddenly realized, I was no longer able to recognize the clothes themselves. While before I could clearly identify individual pieces within the pile – my red plaid boxers, my cargo shorts, a lone Nike sock – the mass now took on an abstract and mind-boggling shape. It was as if the clothes had stretched, twisted, even fused themselves together. Clashing colors bled into each other like watercolors. Disparate textures met at messy seams like some sort of scratchy, monstrous quilt.
Sam, clearly not understanding the apparent danger of this… this thing in my room, took a step forward.
“NO!” I blurted out. I said that a lot that night. And I would say it again soon.
“What is going on with you, man?” A condescending smile curled over that idiot’s lips. I couldn’t even begin to tell him. It was all too ridiculous. And yet, I had never been so terrified.
“Do you wanna go on a walk? Let’s go on a walk.”
“Huh?” Sam said with that stupid, stupid face of his cocked at such a severe angle it looked like his neck would snap in half.
My eyes turned to Clarence, who was still in Sam’s clutches and staring at the pile with wide, terrified eyes. “He hasn’t peed in a while. Let’s take him outside! Let’s take him for a walk!” I pleaded.
Sam looked at Clarence, who didn’t even register his dear owner’s gaze. His eyes were locked on the pile. He was trembling.
“Eh. He’s fine! You really should fold your laundry, though. I’ll help.” He walked towards the pile.
“OK, can you calm the actual fuck down, dude?” He turned to me again. Clarence squirmed in his arms. He whimpered and gnawed at the air, his little black eyes as if pleading, "let me down. Let me go."
“What the fuck, Clare?” Clarence managed to wiggle his way out of Sam’s grasp and hit the floor like a billiard ball. Immediately he twisted himself onto his feet and scurried out of the room.
“Maybe he does have to pee,” Sam wondered aloud. I sighed with relief.
“Yes! Let’s go!”
“But first we gotta deal with this.” He turned back to the pile.
“Later, Sam. Please.”
“Nah, bro. This is insane. It’s one thing to put off chores for a couple days, but this… this is mental illness,” He crouched down, right next to the pile, and reached out. “I can’t let you live like this -- ”
Then there was movement. A flash of color. A sudden jerk. A lunge. Of polyester and cotton and wool and linen. A brief yelp -- “oh!”-- managed to escape Sam’s lips just before the pile swallowed him whole.
I stood there like an idiot, frozen in terror as the pile contorted and undulated with Sam inside, re-arranging his big body like a snake swallowing a deer. The most vile and disturbing sounds I’ve ever heard accompanied Sam’s muted screams from inside: tearing, crunching, dissolving, guzzling. Sam let out one final blood-curdling scream before a nauseating POP rang out and everything went quiet. The pile was still now. A putrid smell filled the air, like the smell of raw chicken left out to rot on a hot concrete patio. Death.
Then, right before my eyes, the pile began to grow, metastasizing with new lumps of fabric sprouting in all directions. The smell got thicker and heavier with each inch the pile grew. It wasn’t until it reached the ceiling that I was able to rouse myself from my shock and I turned and ran out of the room. I grabbed Clarence, who had been scratching pathetically at my front door in a desperate bid to escape, and fled my apartment. I ran down the street. I ran down the block. I just ran. I ran for hours, in no particular direction, with Clarence in my arms.
It’s been two weeks. I’m writing this now from a motel room. I don’t know what motel it is. I ran into the first one I came across and haven’t left since. Clarence is fast asleep on the bed. He’s ugly and annoying, but I’ve found myself yelling “Clare!” when I want to get his attention. I haven’t been back to my apartment since that day. I’m never going back. I don’t want to know what’s in there, how much bigger it’s become.
I’m still wearing the same clothes from that day. My shirt and pants are heavy with sweat. I smell like shit. But it’s fine because I’m not changing my clothes. I’m not cleaning my clothes, either. Maybe I will, one day. Not for a long time, though. And if I do ever get around to it, I swear to God -- I’m folding them immediately.
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