LadyCider wrote:Had a dream that I went to a Paramore concert. Woke up, checked upcoming tours and listened to their new song to see if it's worth buying a ticket. Nope. I suppose this is why I stopped listening to this band when I did.
kkslider5552000 wrote:Paramore is a vastly better band now than they were a decade ago.
The Eleventh Doctor wrote:Never ignore coincidence. Unless you are busy. Then always ignore the coincidence.
Kor wrote:Public Announcement:
We're trying to form a group of players for a gaming session in a 2003 Star Wars game called Jedi Academy. Its multiplayer has a very fun Siege mode in which players split to two teams, one of which is meant to attack and accomplish specific objectives (before the time limit) in order to advance in the map and win, while the other team needs to defend and obstruct the attacking team.
There are different units with different weapons/abilities, and you're free to play as whichever one you want (and switch mid game if you so desire). The basic function is that after a match is over, the teams switch roles, so everyone gets to play everything. Afterwards it changes to the next map.
Players list so far:
The game can be purchased via GoG or on Steam for a very cheap price (currently it's on sale). It also comes with a full fledged single player story.
If you're interested, let me know via post or PM and I'll add you to the list.
Terry Pratchett wrote:The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it.
bash7353 wrote:I kind of always assumed that Haneda's parents might've had names.
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