Oct 12th 2010 8:43AM yarr
Aug 25th 2010 10:22AM Definitely "But you! I remember you... In the mountains..."
Aug 20th 2010 3:17PM I've loved Arms ever since 3.0 dropped. Not only was Bladestorm a hoot, but the procs they added made it an ENGAGING spec to play, rather than formulaic.
Fury is just so much easier to play, but you can honestly zone-out and play Fury and still make the meters light up. When you do good at Arms, you KNOW.
Mar 26th 2010 1:32PM Another perspective:
Your relationship isn't fulfilling due to external factors? That's pretty vague.
1) Hang up the in-game crush for now.
2) Decide if you want to stay with your girlfriend if there's no-one waiting in the wings.
You may find yourself staring down the barrel of a 3rd choice: you may want to be alone.
Don't get too hung up. Feelings are just feelings, and like all things they are temporary. Love, a feeling, is not a constant - it's as fleeting as happiness or sadness, or your crush.
Focus on the real things in your life like those "external factors", then choose what you feel. It's a far saner and fulfilling way to live - and you'll find you choose happiness more often than not ;)
Nov 30th 2009 10:24AM Looks like a couple of Taurens with the 'Itis.
Oct 3rd 2008 11:24AM Looks like someone gave a facelift to a Dodge Charger.
FWIW, this doesn't work for me.
Aug 9th 2007 1:16PM Mr. Neff, what's with the "just hire more women" comment? C'mon, that wasn't really necessary, that was just snarky affirmative-action talking, right?
Anyway, I don't think they could have gotten the same feedback if they HAD used real women. Dressing in drag was a great way for them to focus on their target market (soccer moms - ba-zing!).
Enlightenment through humor and comedy is awesome.
Jul 16th 2007 12:42PM Extras? There was enough intelligence-insulting crap that MADE IT INTO the movie, what the hell could have been so bad that it got dropped?
If Michael Bay has anything to do with #2, I guarantee I won't go see it. Get Christopher Nolan on the case, he did right by the Batman series.
Dec 15th 2006 4:13PM Personally, I'd make a point of driving it somewhere really scenic, and taking it to all my favorite areas to just BE in. In my area, that'd be a drive along the lakeshore and all my favorite twisty highways - if you're in California, may I suggest a relaxed romp on the Pacific Coast Highway ?
I say this to emphasize the idea that a car isn't just a machine for doing impressive feats, but rather to enhance the experience of travel. While I'd still love to take it to the track or speed on the highway or show it off in a big city at night, such events just wouldn't feel as personal. Take it somewhere where the experience is all yours - have a zen hour or 2 with it, y'know?
One last note: PLEASE be careful with this car! If you look around the net, you'll notice that a LOT of LP640's have crashed or otherwise spontaneously combusted - it's a twitchy one. Take a valium to smooth yourself out before hopping in! (Joking, of course.)