KillNGer's forum posts

#1 Edited by KillNGer (27 posts) -

Sorry for your loss, Jeff. Thoughts are with you and yours

#2 Posted by KillNGer (27 posts) -

Dolomite Shadow, drop me a line. Leveling a Titan on Venus right now, would love to do some co-op.

#3 Posted by KillNGer (27 posts) -

"I don't know who's worse. You don't them fucking each other over a goddamn percentage!"

#4 Posted by KillNGer (27 posts) -

Random, you say?

#5 Edited by KillNGer (27 posts) -

Brandy Alexander: 1 oz. VSOP Brandy, 1 oz. Creme de Cocoa, 1 oz. creamer, shake well w/ ice and strain into a Martini glass, garnish with nutmeg and you've got a delicious, chocolaty drink that has some kick but isn't too boozy. Drink post meal for best results

Also, I'm making my first attempt at Mulled wine tonight, anyone have any good recipes?

#6 Edited by KillNGer (27 posts) -

Thor 2 - 3/5

Competent movie, but it did absolutely nothing for me

#7 Edited by KillNGer (27 posts) -

Feast picks up right around the end of book 3, with some of the early events happening concurrently with book 3. It fleshes out House Greyjoy and introduces House Martell proper, which may be why you recognize the house names and not the characters. Its also only dealing with roughly half of the characters, as its about the state of Westeros, post war. Book 5 covers the story of the characters in Essos and the North during the events of 4. There are a lot of new characters and locations, including some one shot POV's that can be jarring at first, until you realize that Martin is aiming for a closer look at how the consequences of the war have shaped the lands, not so much of the grand politics.

These two books get a lot of flak, deservedly so, because it takes two books to describe what basically amounts to falling action. There are a lot of great moments in both books (I thought 4 was better) but it does break up the flow of the story, especially after the near-perfect pacing of book 3.

#8 Posted by KillNGer (27 posts) -

Come on AC4, Rome II and Arkham Origins!

#9 Posted by KillNGer (27 posts) -

Hey all! I'm making my bold debut on these forums with a question for all you discerning drinking duders: What's your favorite cocktail, and how do like it prepared? After so many sub-par drinks from hole in the wall bars, I decided to be the change I wanted to see and have set out to learn how to prepare classic drinks. I'm always looking for new ideas on drinks to learn and prepare, so let me know how you like to take the Devil's honey.

Personally, I keep it pretty simple, an Old Fashioned with Wild Turkey 101 is my top drink. I love a good Gin & Tonic with Beefeater, or just a glass of Glenlivet 12.