An entire thread and not one invocation of even Doom or Wolfenstein reboots? I must amend this REVISIONISM.
"STOLE FIRE FROM. THE. GODS!"
Realize your friend is a based egoist and is merely doing what is by right a means to advance the whole and themself. Without defending your property with the barrel of a gun you have forfeited it.
Now go forth child, and know what ownership is a spook. Become liberated.
Why keep this forum up at all? Couldn't you just keep it in your favorites and leave your other screen open for Discord and/or Skype-trash?
Fallout 4 is a perfect, unparalleled game, where nothing buggy ever happens.
The AI will always act intelligently and not without reason.
Then the game crashed an hour later.
And then I did this:
We did it lads.
>Southern Ontario, Canada
No discernible difference from my home-state of Michigan, just a lot flatter and boring. Then again, I never went to Toronto itself and my being there several times was to visit a mediocre indoor water park someone thought would be fun and as a shortcut to Niagara Falls and Upstate New York for a boyscout camping trip a century ago.
>New York, Up State
I dunno, I was in the woods the whole time. Saw Niagara Falls though, that was wet.
Trash state, second rate to Michigan. Give us Toronto.
Cedar Point is dope though.
Didn't see any cross burnings. 0/10
State I passed through once on a middle-school road trip to Washington DC. Didn't stay anywhere long, didn't actually stop anywhere. But it's a pretty country and I would like to set up a road-trip to DC again someday just to at least stop over in Pennsylvania Dutch country and romp about the northern Appalachians on my way to DC and all points in between.
Stopped over in Philadelphia before the tour turned south to DC on this middle-school adventure. I think we saw the Liberty Bell and took a spoopy non-Stirenerite ghost tour of old Philly. Or maybe that was somewhere else, I can't remember.
I don't think I ever had a cheese stake when I was there though, I had the option but never bit.
Obligatory over-land state to cross on way to DC. Don't remember a thing about it.
> Washington DC
Would visit again now the Bush years are over. Offer mad respect to Lafayette statue and stare disapprovingly at the White House. Hit the mall and Smithsonians again and take some photos. Find trouble, maybe.
Visited the state to attend my cousin's "graduation" from Army basic training in the Engineer corp long ago. Visited a cave, ate at a Papa Johns, saw an army base. Went home through Ohio.
> New Orleans, Lousiana
I specify New Orleans since I didn't go outside of the city of the immediate economic area on my stay in NOLA one spring a couple years ago. Amazing town, I love it to death. Would move down there and spend at least a couple years in the French Quarter if I had money. Really want to go again. I must eat. I must drink. I must again be apart of the city's insane romance. <3
Too old to remember anything now, was just a squirt of a kid. I almost died twice there though, that much I remember (or that much I get reminded of).
Small-big town. I go to school here, whenever I got school to do; and it's only a few blocks down from the state capital. but the city is all business to me and not much fun. Maybe I should try to wander East Lansing where the MSU campus is and all the stuff catering to the student population is based. I might find something more than quick and easy restaurants catering to lawyers and state office workers.
Spring and summer is coming. I need to grab a camera and head down there again. Nice little Bohemian enclave in a sea of angsty conservatives. U of M girls too.
Touch and go. Went with a friend once to a Tiger's game and on a quest to find a quick way out of town when the game let out we got lost in the ghetto (basically: the entire city) and I told him to not stop moving. Also went again to visit the Detroit Institute of Arts, didn't see the entire museum so I need to go again in the future. Attended a few concerts in the suburbs just outside the town and one year for a high school graphic design class we visited the Detroit International Autoshow at Cobo Hall; jeered lovingly at Canada across the river and went inside.
The town big-city people from Detroit think is country. Garbage. Lots'a hills tho.
Visited every time I go to a family reunion at a small """""port""""" town in the Thumb.