@rjpelonia: Thanks to the highest degree go to you good duder!! Happened upon a random office mailbag featuring a shaggy hair-of-blonde youth fluent in Scanlovic, a younger Vinny who had yet to be drained of life as is the East Coast way. Bradley was a slighter version of himself, and Ryan was sporting the full beard. Thanks for making this up man!!
Well, there is no good video that just explains what exactly it is, but the wikia I linked to has a bunch of good information on the rundown for what it is overall.
Quick quote taken from the front page -
"Feed the Beast is a modpack for Minecraft. It adds a huge number of items, recipes and world-generation to the game, and is used in the YouTube series "Feed the Beast." The modpack centers on several famous mods such as IndustrialCraft and BuildCraft but the full list is extensive.
All of the mods in the pack have been approved by the modders to be included. The FTB launcher was first released on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012, with a live-stream broadcast on the Feed The Beast website.
The launcher currently features eight different modpacks for you to enjoy, including a Beta version of the Feed the Beast modpack. The official modpack release is TBD and will most likely launch once Equivalent Exchange 3 is fully updated and stable."
I know Triss. She's got some great, big, tracts of land she has to offer that one. While I appreciate your dedication and passion for the universe The Witcher has spawned, do you think it would be strong enough to pull me away from the majesty that is the Game of Thrones novels? Lets pretend I don't know how to read two books at the same time here.
@oneandonlybige: I'll be honest, I was a bit hesitant on actually doing this one, so much so that I passed it over and did the next couple episodes after it before coming back knocking it out. It wasn't even 80min, but the amount of stuff that could be noted was just as much as a 120min Bombcast. Also, the crazy part of it all was Rorie and Alex are both back with the site obviously...was weird to think of them as working for different companies while I was taking notes.