PrioritySeven's forum posts

#1 Posted by PrioritySeven (325 posts) -

Ubisoft is really doing it's damnedest to make sure I don't give them money. This franchise needs a long break.

#2 Posted by PrioritySeven (325 posts) -

Ubisoft is going out of the way to make sure I don't spend a dime on their games! It's like a little holiday gift!

#4 Posted by PrioritySeven (325 posts) -

So good! Well done duder!

#5 Posted by PrioritySeven (325 posts) -

You're the best, Ryan. We'll miss you always.

#6 Posted by PrioritySeven (325 posts) -

Evening, duders. Below is a code for Mark of the Ninja. I hope whoever gets it likes the game as much as I do. And please, if you already have it, don't take it! PM me or post whoever ends up with it. Thanks!

88FMW-AB9TE-05RZL

Quoting this for the new page, still up for grabs.

#7 Posted by PrioritySeven (325 posts) -

Evening, duders. Below is a code for Mark of the Ninja. I hope whoever gets it likes the game as much as I do. And please, if you already have it, don't take it! PM me or post whoever ends up with it. Thanks!

88FMW-AB9TE-05RZL

#8 Posted by PrioritySeven (325 posts) -

It's weird that Oklahoma's government voted against (federal?) aid for Hurricane relief just last year. Red Cross I think has religious origins even if its not solely church run nowadays, and in turn refuses to help people that don't fit religious standards... crazy to think they'd feed one person yet let a gay person stranding next to him starve. I suggest people find a charity less shady.

They're in the area now, helping anyone that needs it. I don't know the politics behind federal relief, nor do I know the history of the Red Cross. I apologize, I was just trying to put the word out.

#9 Edited by PrioritySeven (325 posts) -

Hey duders,

Yesterday a massive tornado hit about a mile from my home in Moore, Oklahoma. If you've seen the news in the US, you've probably seen the pictures of how bad the damage is. My house is ok, but unfortunately a lot of people I know suffered a lot of damage or lost everything they had. We don't have water at the moment, and electricity is spotty in the places that still have electricity (which is why I'm trying to keep this brief). I've been out to a couple friends' homes to help them clean up, but in an effort to feel that I've done as much as I can, I wanted to put a small plea out to the Giantbomb community: The Red Cross is accepting donations of money, food, clothing, bottled water, and many other items all across the US that will go to the relief efforts here in Moore. If you are so inclined to help, please visit the Red Cross website. Every little bit helps. Other charities and relief organizations are no doubt cropping up to help as well, and as soon as I can get more reliable info, I'll get the word out. Thanks guys.

Edit:

If you're inclined to donate to something that isn't the Red Cross, you can text "STORM" to 80888 for the Salvation Army, or text "FOOD" to 32333 for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. Both are $10 donations, which I believe gets charged directly to your phone bill. Also, each organization's website has a list of items that they could use, and can be dropped off at collection points if you're able to do that sort of thing. Thanks GB!

#10 Posted by PrioritySeven (325 posts) -

I'm loving his column and the "Worth Reading" feature. GiantBomb has really stepped their game up.