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4-17-2010 @ 12:15AM
not to belabor the point, and not to say people can't spend money on whatever they want, but...Portal: $20Celestial Steed $25. And Portal comes with cake. Think about that.
4-17-2010 @ 12:26AM
I already own Portal.And the steed does come with cake. He just ate it already.....it's very odd to see him eat. It's like some sort of x-ray.
4-17-2010 @ 2:39AM
Yeah, sorry, you've fallen for the "false dilemma" logical fallacy.Portal and Celestial Steed: $45. You can have your cake and... fly a pretty pony too. :)
4-17-2010 @ 3:07AM
Personally, I see spending $25 for something relatively so trivial as difficult to justify given everything else $25 could do. What I try to do with these types of purchases is to simultaneously donate (ideally an equal amount of) money to a charity...So I just gave Smile Train $25. I know it's not ideal but, hey, works for me.http://www.smiletrain.org/site/PageServer
4-17-2010 @ 4:56AM
Portal has a definite ending and I will finish it and get bored with it. WoW and Sir Sparklepony Spacehorse the Third, Esq. Ph.D. MD. will be with me for years at this rate.Plus, IT FARTS STARS. SHOW ME IN PORTAL WHERE THE STAR FARTING HAPPENS.
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