damn dude i got a fuckin' boner from this and i'm at work so it's really awkward
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Try to find someone you know who can give you a job or hook you up. I am 26 and have had jobs at 4 different companies. I have never had a serious interview, or had anyone ever look at my resume. I have gotten every job either through neighbors, friends, family, or advancement from previous jobs. Obviously have a nice resume and dress nicely, etc, but knowing someone is 90% of the battle. At least in my experience.
I don't really watch horror movies, but The Thing has like 3 really good jump scares in it, as well as some good creepiness and a general unsettling feeling. Also it's badass as shit.
Other than that I've heard The Descent is pretty scary.
Gone Home. More than anything I'm annoyed I paid 20 dollars for that. I don't mind short games, or games completely about story (Limbo and The Walking Dead, for example), but I found Gone Home incredibly tedious. I didn't think the story was that interesting, and I quickly starting sprinting through the house trying to find as much stuff as possible. Lost the atmosphere once I realized nothing scary was going to happen. Maybe if I had paid 5 bucks I would have felt different.
The one I'm most surprised didn't make it is Gunpoint. It had a lot of support, but just kind of slipped off the list. Oh well.
I thought the deliberation podcast was interesting like usual. In order for there to be a crazy debate, there needs to be two games that the people feel strongly about. As Alex said (quite well, I thought), The Last Of Us is the most complete and impressive all around game this year, even down to the multiplayer, which they hardly talked about. I liked a Link Between Worlds a lot, but it comes nowhere close to TLOU for me.
Frances Ha - 4/5. One of the easier to watch Noah Bambach movies I've seen in a long time. Still thinking about it a few days later, so must have been pretty good. Frances was kind of unlikable but I think that was the point. Also kind of hilarious that in a way, the whole movie was about how the title came to be.