You don't have them in Michigan?You have zombies in Idaho?
So THAT'S where they all came from!
Couldn't the zombie just bite the foam dinosaur's head off in an attempt to eat it's brain?Love 'em! The green T-Rexes are especially useful to put up around the yard. Helps keep the zombies out.Giant foam dinosaurs?
They could, but for some reason, they don't. Instead, they just stare for a bit, then attempt to engage the dinosaur in some sort of deep, meaningful philosophical debate.Couldn't the zombie just bite the foam dinosaur's head off in an attempt to eat it's brain?Love 'em! The green T-Rexes are especially useful to put up around the yard. Helps keep the zombies out.Giant foam dinosaurs?
Indeed. Didn't used to be, but God told me to join the LDS church. So, I did.Wait... You're MORMON?
Want. But I'm sure that I'll probably look to see what mods are available for it once I get it. One that would have a way to disable some of the more gorier aspects would be nice. Or, if all else fails, maybe I'll see if there's a way to make that mod myself....Skyrim?
Yeesh, that's a tough one. Shigeru Miyamoto is the first one to come to mind, but Richard Garriott also is a pretty influential one. Todd Howard comes to mind as well, but that's likely because the previous question was about Skyrim. If we're including all games and not just video games, then Richard Garfield, Steve Jackson and Gary Gygax should be considered as well. I don't think I could narrow it down to just one name.Best game developer?
Oh, that's much easier. Nintendo.I meant company...
You're right, I did. I don't think I've ever played any of the games he's been involved in (maybe Portal... did he do Portal?) That's probably why he slipped my mind.Oh, you forgot Gabe Newell.
You're asking an English Major about the best book he's ever read? Yeesh, twist the knife, why don't you. That's like asking me what my favorite game is....Best book you've ever read?
I have not yet, but I've been meaning to. It's on my "need to read" list, next to "Catcher in the Rye" and "The Three Musketeers."1984 was one of those books that certainly affected my political views.
Ever read Brave New World and if so, what do you think about it?
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