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  2. DarkRavie

    Fact of the Day

    Fact of the Day - STAR TREK Did you know... that the vulcan salute is actually a Hebrew blessing? Leonard Nimoy did not create the Vulcan salute that means "Live Long and Prosper" out of thin air for the season two opener "Amok Time," which was the first time we got to see Spock among his people on Vulcan. It was actually borrowed from something he had witnessed as a child when he was attending a service at an Orthodox Jewish synagogue with his family. The hand gesture represents the Hebrew letter Shin, which represents the word Shaddai, a name for God. It looks like a lot of people have been blessing each other without knowing it.
  3. Yesterday
  4. Ashven288

    Summer 2019 Anime Season

    Hope they pick up Takagi-San.
  5. CardGames

    CardGames/AnimeDamage/MegaChamp's Random PS4 Streams

    I asked in a status update on here as well as in a few Discord servers and only got about 2 people who actually wanted to see it. But I think I'll just go ahead and do it anyway. I kind of want to. Mostly because I streamed the beginning of the game so I'd might as well stream the ending as well. I guess. This is it everyone. For good this time. The end of it. I already prepared my party and equipment so all I really have to do is walk about two steps into it. Digimon Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory Final Boss & Ending stream. MAJOR SPOILERS INCOMING. If you want to play the game and experience everything for yourself... avoid this stream. If you don't care... then it's up to you I guess. I don't know how long this will take so I have to give myself the proper amount of time just to be on the safe side. So the start time will likely be around 4:30 p.m. EST. How will all of this end? I guess we're about to find out...
  6. Xykan

    Free Games Megathread

    https://store.steampowered.com/app/883020/Shadowlings/ Shadowlings is free to play on Steam. https://freebies.indiegala.com/the-deed/ The Deed is currently free on Indiegala.
  7. AlgonquinCottage

    "Bridge to Terabithia" Chapter 1

    Here's a question: In chapter #1 of Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Patterson, what does "Oooo" mean?
  8. Last week
  9. So... um... I'm at the end of Digimon Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory. Is anyone legitimately interested in seeing me stream the final boss & ending of this game? Now the problems with this are kind of obvious. If anyone actually wants to play this game for themselves... it would be MAJOR SPOILERS. So if you want to actually play the game and experience everything for yourselves... you'll want to avoid this stream. However there are those who don't care too I guess. So I'm asking. Anyone want to see me stream the final boss & ending of Digimon Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory? If so... either reply to this update, 'like it and/or give it reputation,' or whatever method you feel is easiest to tell me you want to see this. If there's enough of it... I'll do it. If not... I'll just go forward with my original plan of just doing it myself. Let me know I guess? 😅

  10. splintersan

    What Games Are You Currently Playing?

    Bloodstained Ritual of the Night is quite great. I'm about 8 hours in and it feels very much like a spiritual successor to Symphony of the Night with feeling like it's retreading. I'm very happy with it.
  11. DarkRavie

    Keep One, Drop One

    Man Overboard
  12. DarkRavie

    Fact of the Day

    Fact of the Day - STATUE OF LIBERTY Did you know... that the Statue of Liberty was built by French sculptor Auguste Bartholdi, with the help of tons of workers working ten hour days, seven days a week for nine years? The statue was finally finished in 1884 and presented to America on July 4th. It didn't arrive in the United States until many months later though, because all 350 individual pieces of the statue had to be packed into 214 crates for the long boat ride from France to New York. It was on Bedloe Island that the Statue of Liberty was reconstructed in America - the island is now called Liberty Island and is only accessible by ferry. Auguste Bartholdi thought that the New York harbor was the perfect setting for his masterpiece because it was "where people get their first view of the New World." The statue was to be a symbol of welcome for all immigrants coming to America, as well as a universal symbol of freedom.
  13. DarkRavie

    Count to 100,000

    8735
  14. warriorpirate

    Last Animated Movie You Watched?

    Batman vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  15. Grundy

    Fact of the Day

    Did you know... that 111 million viewers watched the Super Bowl in 2011 , making it the most watched television program in American history ?
  16. Saf

    Keep One, Drop One

    Plastic Man
  17. DarkRavie

    Fact of the Day

    Fact of the Day - THE SUPER BOWL Did you know... that in the very first Super Bowl, the Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 35-10, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 15, 1967? Sixty million people tuned in for the first broadcast, a number that has since nearly doubled. After their win, each player on the Packers team took home a $15,000 bonus. In comparison, every Patriots player received a $107,000 bonus for their win in the 2017 Super Bowl.
  18. Predaking-117

    Latest One Piece Manga Dicussion [Spoilers]

    Big Mom hasn't regained her memories yet, but is causing quite a mess in the prison. But in the thick of things, Luffy was able to get those explosive collars off the old man & himself. And he's gonna need that new Haki for what's to come in the future.
  19. Predaking-117

    Last Animated Movie You Watched?

    Toy Story 4
  20. Koby

    Free Games Megathread

    Kabounce free on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/431930/Kabounce/
  21. DarkRavie

    Fact of the Day

    Fact of the Day - JUMPING JACKS Did you know... that jumping jack (Canada & US) or star jump (UK and other Commonwealth nations), also called side-straddle hop in the US military, is a physical jumping exercise performed by jumping to a position with the legs spread wide and the hands touching overhead, sometimes in a clap, and then returning to a position with the feet together and the arms at the sides? The name origin for the jumping jack exercise has sometimes erroneously been identified as World War I U.S. General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, who is said to have developed the exercise, but in fact the name comes from the jumping jack children's toy, which makes similar arm swing and leg splay motions when the strings are tugged. "Star jump" refers to the person's appearance with legs and arms spread.
  22. Grundy

    Fact of the Day

    Did you know... that the Komodo Dragons are as much as 8.5 feet long and weight as much as 200 pounds ? They can take down animals as large as wild boar , deer and water buffalo . To catch their prey , they use an ambush strategy . Matching well with the dirt surroundings of their island home , they lie in wait for an unsuspecting animal to pass by . They then sprint into action , landing a venomous bite before the victim can escape .
  23. Koby

    The Video Game Deals Thread

    Shining Resonance Refrain is 75% off currently on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/809890/Shining_Resonance_Refrain/
  24. DarkRavie

    Fact of the Day

    Fact of the Day - KOMODO DRAGONS Did you know... that Komodo dragons are venomous? For a long time, it was believed that a Komodo dragon's bite was so dangerous because of the massive number of bacteria thriving in its mouth. As a scavenger beast, its bite must be filled with the deadly microorganisms of rotting flesh and would infect and kill any victim. The truth, however, was discovered by Bryan Fry, a venom researcher at the University of Melbourne in Australia, who found that the Komodo dragon is indeed one of the few venomous lizards on the planet. It wasn't until 2009 that the decades-long myth of how Komodo dragons kill was finally slayed, and replaced with the truth, thanks in great part to Fry's research. According to National Geographic, "The team found that the dragon's venom rapidly decreases blood pressure, expedites blood loss, and sends a victim into shock, rendering it too weak to fight. In the venom, some compounds that reduce blood pressure are as potent as those found in the word's most venomous snake, western Australia's inland Taipan." Unlike a snake, however, which injects venom into a victim through its sharp fangs, a Komodo dragon's venom seeps into large wounds it makes on an animal it attacks. The animal may escape the grip of the dragon, but it won't escape the venom that will eventually bring it down. By then, the Komodo dragon will be not far behind, tracking down its fleeing victim with its keen sense of smell.
  25. crazy77

    What Games would make good Movies?

    Mass Effect with a completely rewritten ending
  26. Nisekoi

    What's your favorite romantic anime?

    Without doubt Nisekoi.As you can see My username.
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