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Homepage http://steamcommunity.com/groups/detroitgamers
Signed On May 29, 2003, 01:51
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News Comments > ELEX Announced
15. Re: ELEX Announced Jul 3, 2015, 18:15 Sepharo
 
Cutter is actually a bit right here. Historically "acronym" only referred to abbreviations by initials that were pronounceable... but that's been changing.

Via wiktionary:
1. An abbreviation formed by (usually initial) letters taken from a word or series of words, that is itself pronounced as a word, such as RAM, radar, or scuba; sometimes contrasted with initialism.
2. A pronounceable word formed from the beginnings (letter or syllable) of other words and thus representing the phrase so formed, e.g. Benelux = the countries Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg considered as a political or economic whole.
3. Any abbreviation so formed, regardless of pronunciation, such as TNT, BBC, IBM, or XML.

#3 was the only one I was familiar with.

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News Comments > Op Ed
19. Re: Op Ed Jul 2, 2015, 22:49 Sepharo
 
Dacron wrote on Jul 2, 2015, 21:47:
Silent Bob wrote on Jul 2, 2015, 17:11:
HoSpanky wrote on Jul 2, 2015, 13:54:
Well, a huge portion of the game world is clearly there for multiplayer. I never had a reason to visit the wind farm in single player, but then they have you race jets at insanely low altitude through it in multi.

There was one mission in single player on PC where you had to fly through the wind farm with choppers.

A bounty for Trevor is in there as well I believe.

I don't think so. I just recently did all of those on PC and I don't recall going over there.

You might be thinking of the quarry which is nearby.
 
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News Comments > Star Citizen Adds $400 Ship
61. Re: Star Citizen Adds $400 Ship Jul 2, 2015, 20:59 Sepharo
 
Krowen wrote on Jul 2, 2015, 20:54:
Not that its really any of your fucking business but I make good money and was smart with financial decisions in my youth so I have disposable income now. Some people spend $1500 on sports and beer, I spend $1500 on games. Also in my awesome Nintendo amiibo collection, seriously mine owns and I don't care what shitty thing you have to say about it mr "plan foolish"

I'm spending $2,000+ to watch american football in London this year.
But I guess I do get a week long UK trip out of it.

It's all fleeting though, I don't get to keep anything but the memories and ticket stubs.
 
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News Comments > Team Fortress 2 Gun Metal Update
3. Re: Team Fortress 2 Gun Metal Update Jul 2, 2015, 20:50 Sepharo
 
Retired wrote on Jul 2, 2015, 19:54:
*yawn

I can't believe they are charging for this considering how much money they make on the game every day.

Did you make it to the end? Blue only mentions one free map but there's a lot more free stuff than that:
Don't worry, frugal guy, we've got you covered too! A new Valve map! Three new community maps! Taunts! A new way to equip new weapons in-game for free! Loads of class and weapon changes! Check out the details here. You guys, this is a big update. And it lands tomorrow, so check back.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
26. Re: Out of the Blue Jul 2, 2015, 18:45 Sepharo
 
nin wrote on Jul 2, 2015, 17:55:
Sepharo wrote on Jul 2, 2015, 16:51:
Vote for, "Fuck the two party system"

FINALLY, we agree! :)

Well... it won't "count".
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
23. Re: Out of the Blue Jul 2, 2015, 16:51 Sepharo
 
Rigs wrote on Jul 2, 2015, 16:37:
So, wait, you're telling me that by voting for the candidate I don't like, I'm affecting more change than by not voting at all?! What?! You guys are crazy!

Imagine if those who didn't see a candidate they liked refused to vote at all. All of them. Say only (pulling from thin air here) only 5% vote - for a presidential election. You don't think they're not going to notice? And even if they don't, the media will, and that is the point. The media will harp up and down that our confidence in respectable, electable candidates has disappeared, dried up. It won't effect that election, but bet your ass the two parties will think twice about running the same old song an dance again.

You're not going to affect change by voting for the other guy. What message does that send? They'll just think, like with Obama, that he was popular or had a popular message, not that everyone hated both candidates. Besides, I'm not going to know who will win, so how am I to know who to vote for? If I don't like either one, which one do I choose? It's stupid. Not voting sends a clear message that I don't like the established set of candidates and until such time as someone comes along that I think will actually be a benefit to this country, I will continue to keep my vote silent. Your method is madness and does nothing to help the larger problem!


=-Rigs-=

You can literally write whatever you want on the ballot. Vote for yourself if you want. Stop being a lazy ass and get to the polls.

Vote for, "Fuck the two party system"
 
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News Comments > Valve on Steam Scams
34. Re: Valve on Steam Scams Jul 1, 2015, 21:35 Sepharo
 
Krovven wrote on Jul 1, 2015, 18:39:
How do you know they weren't abusing the system? If you looked on the forums, there were people admitting they were doing exactly that. Buy, bad review, refund, buy, bad review refund, etc. Assholes were testing the new system and abusing it any way they could. I'm not sure why you think this isn't the case.

This is the part I was missing. It never crossed my mind that this would be a thing. You should have said that in your initial reply. I didn't understand how a single refund of a game with technical issues applied to the conversation at all about "cycling refunds". I still think that's bonkers though and that there is likely very few people doing that compared to the amount who performed a simple single refund. And I still think that it is unsustainable. I don't know what Valve is doing, but they said they would be looking out for abuse, this would definitely qualify.
 
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News Comments > Valve on Steam Scams
32. Re: Valve on Steam Scams Jun 30, 2015, 23:45 Sepharo
 
Krovven wrote on Jun 30, 2015, 23:38:
Sepharo wrote on Jun 28, 2015, 15:28:
Krovven wrote on Jun 28, 2015, 15:19:
Sepharo wrote on Jun 28, 2015, 00:33:
Krovven wrote on Jun 28, 2015, 00:08:
Satoru wrote on Jun 27, 2015, 20:38:
Mordecai Walfish wrote on Jun 27, 2015, 00:51:
There is another certain "scam" going on, or perhaps a better way to label it is "gaming the system", but in many multiplayer games, the steam refunds policy is biting players in the ass right now, with cheaters purchasing games for almost exactly 1 hour and fifty minutes, going to wreck shit on servers where they got owned and can't compete properly, and then getting a refund and repeating the process. VAC and the other assorted anti-cheats out there don't catch them generally in this small window of time and I've not heard of anyone being punished for this behavior. This is happening in many steam multiplayer games currently.

You can't really sustain this

1) You have to haven a valid payment method
2) Steam tracks these things
3) Steam already is sending nasty-grams to people who do 'too many refunds'
4) note even if you 'kite cards' you still have the orignal purchase money that you HAVE to spend somehow.
5) Steam refunds take anywhere from 2-7 days so constantly cycling the card is impratical

Its really a short term 'herp derp' thing. But its unsustainable long term because it requires constant recycling of a valid payment method, which Valve WILL black list at some point if they want to. Cycling pre-paid cards is EXPENSIVE to do with all the fees associated with using them.

Its likely people are simply ascribing the cheaters they see with the new policy, rather than say the fact that CSGO was dirt cheap during the sale and thus attracts lots of new cheating accounts anyway.

It doesn't matter if it doesn't appear sustainable to you. People will find a way. Right now they are doing it because they can and testing the boundaries. It costs them nothing.

I wrote about this the other day. It's the main reason Arkham Knight was removed, not out of the goodness of their hearts. Just because you don't want to believe it, doesn't make it so.


Arkham Knight has multiplayer that people hack in?
Are you following the conversation?

Multiplayer griefing is a symptom of the problem. Recycling refunds is the source of the problem. Are you keeping up with the conversation?

We were talking about the refund policy possibly increasing the amount/rate of cheaters in multiplayer games. You jumped in and disagreed with nothing to add other than essentially "you're wrong" and then said, "It's the main reason Arkham Knight was removed". Even if we disregard that the conversation was about using the grace period to cheat in games repeatedly, the main reason that Akrham Knight was removed wasn't people cycling refunds... it was people getting a refund plain and simple, and they got refunds because of technical issues they were having with the game or being dissatisfied with it within the first 2 weeks or first 2 hours of play.

Not sure what bug got in your bonnet with this. The only thing that I disagreed with is it not being sustainable. The people that will do it, will find a way and cited the Arkham situation as an example. Really not sure what you are arguing.

You're still missing the point, he was referring to the sustainability of repeatedly cheating in a game by abusing the refund system. The people who got refunds on Arkham weren't abusing the system.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
18. Re: Out of the Blue Jun 30, 2015, 23:36 Sepharo
 
nin wrote on Jun 30, 2015, 23:27:
mag wrote on Jun 30, 2015, 23:14:
Rigs wrote on Jun 30, 2015, 15:27:
And what do we all do? Sit here and bitch about it. Yet, come election day, we'll gladly check those marks for the same bastards that have been in office most of their life and probably will retire there...

I'm sorry, you can't complain (well, I mean you 'can', but still) if you blindly go in and vote the same mothersfuckers in each and every time and each and every time they do nothing. Who's stupider? The fool or the fool that keeps voting them into office?

I'm 37 and I haven't voted once in my life. Not once. Only because no one has come around that had me thinking they would actually make a damn bit of difference. And I don't foresee anyone in the near half century either! Dark, sad days ahead of us and the only one to blame is ourselves!

=-Rigs-=

By not voting, you are implicitly voting them in yourself. Thanks, buddy!

Gotta respectfully agree. When it finally comes down to two candidates(*), you don't vote for who you want to win, you vote against who you think will do the most damage.

*(ignoring third party candidates, that sadly stand no chance, and only draw % away from either of the majority candidates)

I don't think it was you, but I remember arguing with some other Okie who was into the whole, "It's pointless, my guy won't even come close, why should I bother" argument. Couldn't get them to concede that every vote counts. By not voting you're guaranteeing that it will continue to be pointless, by voting and encouraging other like minded people to vote you increase the chances... And even when you still lose, the surge is hard to ignore and will affect the conversation and the next election, that's how momentum is built.

Edit: Oh derp, I finally put in the right search terms... That was you
I actually know of a surprising amount of people from Oklahoma on the forums I'm on.
And I should clarify that you didn't say you weren't voting, just that you felt your vote "didn't count". But no need to rehash that discussion.

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News Comments > Minecraft PC Sells > 20M
18. Re: Minecraft PC Sells > 20M Jun 30, 2015, 22:34 Sepharo
 
Orogogus wrote on Jun 30, 2015, 21:21:
52M is less than Minecraft's combined 70M+. 30M on mobile, 20M on PC, 20M on Xbox 360 + One, unknown quantity on PS platforms.

Polygon link

Minecraft is just a meme. A 6 year, 70 million copies, spanning all ages, 2 billion dollar valuation, fad. Just like that CS fad and that Lego fad, or hell take a look at this Star Wars fad... Can you believe people actually like that? More like it's popular just because it's popular amirite?
 
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News Comments > Battlefield 2143 Images?
43. Re: Battlefield 2143 Images? Jun 30, 2015, 21:13 Sepharo
 
Slick wrote on Jun 30, 2015, 20:33:
bf3 and 4 are not rife with cheaters actually. compared to counterstrike, or previous BF games, it's gone down drastically.

I've put in over 1000 hours combined with bf3 and bf4 and I've seen 3 hackers. so unless i have the best luck in the world, then most of the time it's just people getting pwned and getting butthurt. if you're getting shot from 2km away with an "AMMO BOX" then guess what, that's a hacker. if you got pwned and don't understand "how he saw me" then you just don't understand how the game works. spam spotting ftw.

It's the same thing with CS really. Cheaters are overstated in all MP FPS in my opinion. Anecdotally, I've personally seen a few cheaters in my thousands of hours in CS:S, I haven't seen any in CS:GO in my 450 hours. Original CS had periods of time where the cheaters would get really bad but then it would die down as anti-cheats were updated. I of course know people are out there cheating in all 3 because the anti-cheat technologies detect them (a few a day on a very popular server), but when they're not being detected I'm very wary of admin and player initiated accusations.
 
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News Comments > Battlefield 2143 Images?
34. Re: Battlefield 2143 Images? Jun 30, 2015, 01:10 Sepharo
 
Slick wrote on Jun 30, 2015, 00:35:
Krowen wrote on Jun 29, 2015, 21:38:
Basically your opinions are garbage and only seem designed to antagonize other posters unnecessarily in a way that attempts to put EA games in a positive light.

It's funny how "antagonistic I'm being", compared to the rest of you. might want to re-read your own tones before commenting on mine.

And it wasn't EA, it was GameSpy. I know that if there's the whiff of EA's blood in the water, you go crazy trying to sniff it out. But it was Gamespy that went under and took all these games with it. EA could have bought up a company which was fundamentally broken and insolvent. All so a game which hasn't sold one new copy in 5 years, that 15-20 people still regularly play can be still around for NONE of you to actually go and play. yes they could have. they didn't. it's too bad. are they monsters for letting it sink? fuck no.

You're fucking activists. the fucking SJW of the gaming scene, always looking for a bullshit cause that you like believing in, but has zero real-world applicability to you, nor 99.999999% of the rest of humanity. you don't play the game, you wouldn't play it it if you had a second chance. But you bitch about the "idea" of needing to be able to play the game online. you pine for an opportunity to play with 8 guys from Russia who are all hacking on some old and busted game.

you guys need to learn to let go. for real. you must have abandonment issues.

Believe me, anyone reading this (especially this post right here) is going to think you're the crazy one.
 
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News Comments > Battlefield 2143 Images?
31. Re: Battlefield 2143 Images? Jun 29, 2015, 21:22 Sepharo
 
You don't give a fuck so nobody else should. Got it.
Does every post require a bunch of minutiae, analogies, and talking down? You may not be 10 but you write and ramble like a 15 year old. It's just not surprising to see people upset that a company would shutdown their multiplayer, especially when the resources required to keep it running are close to zero. They are within reason to think that EA is a shitty company when they sunset their products unnecessarily like that. You say you understand and that you personally don't care... but why bother to post crap like this then?

suddenly? are you smoking crack? 1942 had active servers for over a decade before being shut down. LOL suddenly. Unless you're talking in geological terms, you're a troll.

Have you ever seen a concert for a band that later split up? It's too bad that they did, but they toured for years. Just because something doesn't last forever, doesn't mean it wasn't great.

It was "suddenly" shut down, it was on and then with little notice it was off. He wasn't speaking about the total amount of time that BF1942 servers had run. Then you give a terrible analogy relating to nostalgia and some pithy crap about stuff not lasting forever but still being great. He never mentioned anything about it not being great... It would still be great but unfortunately it's gone because EA couldn't be bothered with doing anything for its fans except lip service about how they might do something (they didn't).
 
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News Comments > Battlefield 2143 Images?
29. Re: Battlefield 2143 Images? Jun 29, 2015, 18:30 Sepharo
 
Slick wrote on Jun 29, 2015, 17:00:
sigh indeed

CS 1.6 has 23,800 peak users today. How many do you think Need for Speed had before it was shut down? Apparently your definition of "active playerbase" is different from the rest of the world's. Also CS doesn't rely on Gamespy. Gamespy is the company that shut down, taking many MP games with it. If you wanna grind your axe against a corporation, they're the one who dropped the ball. This is what happens when you hitch your wagon to a geriatric horse.

and yes, you can play quake, but are you? do you? there are currently 4 people in the whole damned world who are playing quake right now. this isn't the 1% we're talking about here, it;s the 0.00001%.

And if you had the basest reading comprehension, you'd see that I said plain as day that it sucks when this stuff happens, but really who the fuck cares. If you want to play 1942 badly enough, all the server files are out there, you can drum up your own server and give all your friends the IP. Gamespy went bankrupt, that's it. also known as the sky is falling. I don't lose sleep over this stuff.

Disco is dead. accept it. move on.

I'm not the one making excuses for companies shutting down multiplayer. You're in the Scrolls thread bitching about "M$" but when the same thing is done by EA you show up to explain it to everyone who just doesn't get it. They're right to be upset and they're right to say that EA could and should have continued running a master server that would be a fraction of a drop in their bucket of resources. You're quick to cite player counts and amounts of years etc. etc.... they unnecessarily let the multiplayer die, you don't need to spend your time making excuses for their dick behavior.
 
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News Comments > Battlefield 2143 Images?
27. Re: Battlefield 2143 Images? Jun 29, 2015, 15:19 Sepharo
 
I can still play the first CS MP. I can still play any Quake MP if I want. They're all older games than BF1942. It's a dick move to shut down the multiplayer, especially of a hit game that still has an active playerbase and servers up. The resources needed to maintain the authentication server are extremely tiny. Like leaving a geocities page up for 20 years, you can just forget about it. It would have been simpler to leave it running but at the very least they could have done something to mitigate the auth server shut down.

I'll be expecting your wall of rambling text, stupid analogies, and generally unrequited corporate cock sucking regardless of the situation.
 
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News Comments > Battlefield 2143 Images?
9. Re: Into the Black Jun 28, 2015, 19:55 Sepharo
 
NegaDeath wrote on Jun 28, 2015, 19:43:
As much as I loved Titan mode in 2142 I just can't see them working on two sci-fi takes on Battlefield at the same time. Honestly I'd rather see Vietnam come back, I miss having music playing from my heli.

Haha I tell people all the time about blasting heli music in Vietnam. You could also replace the sounds files, but of course in MP they only hear the original.
 
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News Comments > Valve on Steam Scams
29. Re: Valve on Steam Scams Jun 28, 2015, 15:28 Sepharo
 
Krovven wrote on Jun 28, 2015, 15:19:
Sepharo wrote on Jun 28, 2015, 00:33:
Krovven wrote on Jun 28, 2015, 00:08:
Satoru wrote on Jun 27, 2015, 20:38:
Mordecai Walfish wrote on Jun 27, 2015, 00:51:
There is another certain "scam" going on, or perhaps a better way to label it is "gaming the system", but in many multiplayer games, the steam refunds policy is biting players in the ass right now, with cheaters purchasing games for almost exactly 1 hour and fifty minutes, going to wreck shit on servers where they got owned and can't compete properly, and then getting a refund and repeating the process. VAC and the other assorted anti-cheats out there don't catch them generally in this small window of time and I've not heard of anyone being punished for this behavior. This is happening in many steam multiplayer games currently.

You can't really sustain this

1) You have to haven a valid payment method
2) Steam tracks these things
3) Steam already is sending nasty-grams to people who do 'too many refunds'
4) note even if you 'kite cards' you still have the orignal purchase money that you HAVE to spend somehow.
5) Steam refunds take anywhere from 2-7 days so constantly cycling the card is impratical

Its really a short term 'herp derp' thing. But its unsustainable long term because it requires constant recycling of a valid payment method, which Valve WILL black list at some point if they want to. Cycling pre-paid cards is EXPENSIVE to do with all the fees associated with using them.

Its likely people are simply ascribing the cheaters they see with the new policy, rather than say the fact that CSGO was dirt cheap during the sale and thus attracts lots of new cheating accounts anyway.

It doesn't matter if it doesn't appear sustainable to you. People will find a way. Right now they are doing it because they can and testing the boundaries. It costs them nothing.

I wrote about this the other day. It's the main reason Arkham Knight was removed, not out of the goodness of their hearts. Just because you don't want to believe it, doesn't make it so.


Arkham Knight has multiplayer that people hack in?
Are you following the conversation?

Multiplayer griefing is a symptom of the problem. Recycling refunds is the source of the problem. Are you keeping up with the conversation?

We were talking about the refund policy possibly increasing the amount/rate of cheaters in multiplayer games. You jumped in and disagreed with nothing to add other than essentially "you're wrong" and then said, "It's the main reason Arkham Knight was removed". Even if we disregard that the conversation was about using the grace period to cheat in games repeatedly, the main reason that Akrham Knight was removed wasn't people cycling refunds... it was people getting a refund plain and simple, and they got refunds because of technical issues they were having with the game or being dissatisfied with it within the first 2 weeks or first 2 hours of play.
 
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News Comments > Breaking Bad Game TMed
17. Re: Breaking Bad Game TMed Jun 28, 2015, 05:56 Sepharo
 
The show was always great but it really reached a whole nother level in the 4th and 5th seasons. You guys stopping after the first season or skipping around are almost watching a different show.

Better Call Saul is also great.
 
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News Comments > Valve on Steam Scams
27. Re: Valve on Steam Scams Jun 28, 2015, 00:33 Sepharo
 
Krovven wrote on Jun 28, 2015, 00:08:
Satoru wrote on Jun 27, 2015, 20:38:
Mordecai Walfish wrote on Jun 27, 2015, 00:51:
There is another certain "scam" going on, or perhaps a better way to label it is "gaming the system", but in many multiplayer games, the steam refunds policy is biting players in the ass right now, with cheaters purchasing games for almost exactly 1 hour and fifty minutes, going to wreck shit on servers where they got owned and can't compete properly, and then getting a refund and repeating the process. VAC and the other assorted anti-cheats out there don't catch them generally in this small window of time and I've not heard of anyone being punished for this behavior. This is happening in many steam multiplayer games currently.

You can't really sustain this

1) You have to have a valid payment method
2) Steam tracks these things
3) Steam already is sending nasty-grams to people who do 'too many refunds'
4) note even if you 'kite cards' you still have the orignal purchase money that you HAVE to spend somehow.
5) Steam refunds take anywhere from 2-7 days so constantly cycling the card is impratical

Its really a short term 'herp derp' thing. But its unsustainable long term because it requires constant recycling of a valid payment method, which Valve WILL black list at some point if they want to. Cycling pre-paid cards is EXPENSIVE to do with all the fees associated with using them.

Its likely people are simply ascribing the cheaters they see with the new policy, rather than say the fact that CSGO was dirt cheap during the sale and thus attracts lots of new cheating accounts anyway.

It doesn't matter if it doesn't appear sustainable to you. People will find a way. Right now they are doing it because they can and testing the boundaries. It costs them nothing.

I wrote about this the other day. It's the main reason Arkham Knight was removed, not out of the goodness of their hearts. Just because you don't want to believe it, doesn't make it so.


Arkham Knight has multiplayer that people hack in?
Are you following the conversation?
 
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News Comments > Breaking Bad Game TMed
14. Re: Breaking Bad Game TMed Jun 27, 2015, 23:18 Sepharo
 
Krowen wrote on Jun 27, 2015, 21:40:
You're always in the minority about pretty much everything, one might even say it stopped being a coincidence long ago. Glacial pacing in a show with 13 episodes in a season hahaha. How about you blame yourself for having the attention span of a squirrel?

Looking forward to a Breaking Bad video game, make it an RPG!

Right on new Krovven
 
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