Twisted Tower Dire - The Curse of Twisted Tower
At 8/16/12 08:10 PM, gamejunkie wrote:
yes I got blams, amazing hey!
What is this sorcery?! :P
At 8/17/12 05:46 AM, Haggard wrote:
At 8/15/12 07:16 AM, Bahamut wrote:
At least the MAIN burden is over.Hey, at least London was able to pull it all off without any major screw ups. Now Hamburg on the other hand... they try to get the Olympics to Hamburg for quite some time now. And yet, they can't even finish the "Elbe Philharmonic Hall". It was schedulded to open in 2010 and cost around 241 million Euros (and at the same time, they tell me I have to pay tuition fees because it costs too much money??). Now we have 2012, the damn thing still isn't finished and the costs are somewhere around 450 million Euros now! WTF?!
On the other hand, everything spent on this puts UK in a deeper hole. There's no way we can recover.
Well, I don't use TV itself to watch TV shows. I would if Futurama wouldn't take a fucking eternity for new episodes to be aired over here. At least Red Dwarf X is only a few months away.I know the problem. It's nearly impossible to watch any US series, since the TV stations decide to butcher the whole season and show the episodes whenever they feel like it. But hey, I just buy the DVDs now and I can enjoy the series's (is that the correct plural of "series"?) in english and don't have to resort to badly translated dubs.
I admit, I do watch stuff online. It's become a bad habit and I would like to buy DVDs. Well, sometimes they don't release it over here or they are ridiculously late (e.g. Futurama volume 6 DVD/blu-ray in March 2013) so I resort to watching online. I've watched too much Simpsons lately because of that but I will get the DVD box sets someday. I promise that!
At 8/17/12 07:29 AM, Coop wrote:
At 8/16/12 11:24 AM, Bahamut wrote:
It's still truthful, though. There's no reason to praise all this crap when they don't do it right. I'm pretty sure I got headache from all that noise they threw in for the crappy ceremonies.Fair enough, you're entitled to an opinion. Personally, I'm glad that you're in the minority.
The minority is always good.
That's expecting too much from this world. Of course it's all for the money.Again, I disagree. Sure, some of the idiots there were just there for the money, with George Michael playing his new single, to get more exposure, as if the radio didn't play it enough. We're not all capitalists.
All I can say is at least he was shameless about it but of course, no excuses for him.
I never understood their association with nu-metal at all. They're a decent band unlike Shitknot and Korn.I'm not that big a fan of Quorn and Slipknot was a great knot, until the band ruined it.
Yes, Slipknot from their demo releases was something different.
My deck has some reckless power to it now. Now if only I had two more of this guy.Easy enough to eliminate early on. I prefer things with a little more power, that are less likely to die in the first few turns.
Hell, a creature with single mana and can power-up like crazy, that's really good. A nice way to fire up the game.
At 8/17/12 04:18 PM, Sir-Nuts wrote:
How are you peoplez? Was Clock Day a huge disappointment again?
This thread always needs more Sir-Nuts. My life has been a bit slow right now. I did have the Manchester meet to look forward to next week but enthusiasm is starting to die out completely. You just can't organise an event without official support. As for Clock Day, I was hanging out with my friends instead of staying home for it so I missed out on most of it. No saves were claimed that day either.