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#1 Posted by birdspanker (18 posts) -

GB-produced content is markedly quieter than any and all game trailers they post to the site. This holds true for both coasts.

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#3 Posted by birdspanker (18 posts) -

@animasta: Speaking as someone who edits porn videos for a living, I think you'd be surprised at how much work goes into editing a scene. Of course, not all porn is created equal.

#4 Posted by birdspanker (18 posts) -

Oh my god, the slow smile after " one will save you from losing your job," is absolutely perfect. It will live in my nightmares forever.

#5 Posted by birdspanker (18 posts) -

Is this still being updated? If so, thanks a million. I'm birdspanker here and on psn.

#6 Edited by birdspanker (18 posts) -

Atom Zombie Smasher is really great if you like strategy games. Dungeons of Dredmor is a pretty good rogue-like. The Binding of Isaac is awesome, but runs like crap on my Macbook Pro. They're all around five bucks, I think, too.

#7 Posted by birdspanker (18 posts) -

Can't tell if you're kidding or not, but the bird on the loading screens has had its skin peeled back so you are seeing the muscle under the skin, not the heart. Judging from Ethan's desire for dead birds, he might refer to it as the breast meat.

#8 Posted by birdspanker (18 posts) -

I visit Giant Bomb using a Mac running OS X and an iPad. I use Safari on both.

In the Notifications section of the Settings tab you have thoughtfully provided the opportunity to disable Facebook and Twitter links. Thank you for that.

I have selected the "No" option in the "Social Preferences" section and it seems to have removed most of the Facebook and Twitter links, but I still see those links under every video on the site. I would really prefer not to. Thanks very much!

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#10 Edited by birdspanker (18 posts) -

Posturing? Perhaps you mean positing? As in "…after positing that video games could be a useful teaching tool on his blog, he put his money where his mouth was and proposed getting Portal on a reading list."

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