Cutter wrote on Oct 30, 2015, 20:53:Over 50% of accidents happen within 5 miles of home. Google it.
I almost always wear a seatbelt. Sometimes I won't if I'm just popping over to the store or something in the neighborhood as I generally take side streets and alternate routes wherever I go when possible On major streets and highways though? Always. He must have been bombing along too. Oh well, another Darwin Award candidate squeaks in for this year.
jdreyer wrote on Oct 27, 2015, 12:33:@jdreyer: Where's the link?Cutter wrote on Oct 27, 2015, 12:26:
Report: Clickbait titles found in large percentage of online rags.
Clickbait? Not sure what you mean:
"Woman in bikini goes down waterslide. Click to see what happens next!"
PHJF wrote on Oct 12, 2015, 12:21:Of course not. But suspending a .200 hitter for two games is not doing the Mets any favors.
You think getting HBP is on the same level as potentially ending a career breaking somebody's leg?
Linksil wrote on Oct 12, 2015, 12:57:I would agree if you intentionally injure someone, then "you get suspended until the person you hurt is able to play again". But it looked to me like Utley was just trying to break up a double play. From the clip I saw of a post game interview, he did seem genuinely sorry that Tejada was hurt.
He will still get a very close pitch to his face and the other team will get warned and we'll have unfair umps because they want to avoid a bench clearing brawl during the playoffs as much as possible. Two game suspension is VERY light for doing a season/career ending injury to someone. I always was in favor of the "you get suspended until the person you hurt is able to play again" when you purposely injure someone like he did rule.
I'm sorry but no matter how you look at it utley should have at least been out. He was touched by the player with the ball before he touched the bag (something he never did before leaving the field of play). I don't care about some obscure rule someone will try to dig up, I was always taught if you where tagged/touched by the person with the ball your out.
My question, not that it's very important, is will they go full purist and use the original scroll for the first movie which does not identify it as episode four.
Brumbek wrote on Aug 13, 2015, 19:00:Total-Khaos wrote on Aug 13, 2015, 18:10:Everyone (except the blindly delusional) feels this way. Beyond Earth is a half-hearted re-skin mod of Civ 5. Very sad. I highly recommend no one buy it!
Am I the only one who felt that this game was just a re-skin of Civ 5? I wasn't very impressed at all and was hoping for more I guess.
In fact, I prefer to never speak of it. It is better if we pretend the game doesn't exist. I know they want to sell us the expansion that is going to "save" the game...but it won't. It can't fix the heartless, soulless base-game.
(I'm now going to go to my happy place, which is of course cottage spamming in Civ IV, watching all that money roll in!)
Cutter wrote on Jul 19, 2015, 14:40:MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Jul 19, 2015, 10:32:
Sounds great... by the time I finish up the first two games and get around to buying this, it should be well patched and deeply discounted.
Mwahahaha! *rubs hands together*
And if you die before then you'll have missed out on one of the best games ever made so far. If there ever was a game worth full price this is it. So don't be cheap and don't miss out.