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#1 Posted by Sevenout (71 posts) -

I totally agree that the stories of the parents were just as compelling as Sam and Lonnie's. The letter from Terry's father regarding his book is absolutely rage inducing. You understand this is a story from your son trying to work out his sexual abuse and all you can say is "you can do better?" It makes the violently scrawled post-it notes in Terry's office all the more gut wrenching. I'd have ripped his picture up too. Overall I thought all the stories being told were done with maturity and respect.

On a fun side note, did anyone else notice that the brand of cigarettes Sam that has in her locker with her stolen swag was Morley? Smoking Man's faves.

#2 Edited by Sevenout (71 posts) -

My favorite Ryan Davis moment(s) is and always will be IT'S TUUUUUUUUSDAY!

I also love this three way exchange about Dumbo:

#3 Posted by Sevenout (71 posts) -

My condolences to Ryan's friends and family. How do you express the loss felt for someone you've never even met? Ryan has made me laugh till my face hurts more times than I can count. His early departure leaves a gaping hole in the Giant Bomb community as well as the gaming community at large. To everyone who knew him personally, my thoughts are with you.

Whenever I see a Storage Wars rerun, I'll think of you Ryan Davis.

#4 Posted by Sevenout (71 posts) -

My condolences to Ryan's friends and family. How do you express the loss felt for someone you've never even met? Ryan has made me laugh till my face hurts more times than I can count. His early departure leaves a gaping hole in the Giant Bomb community as well as the gaming community at large. To everyone who knew him personally, my thoughts are with you.

Whenever I see a Storage Wars rerun, I'll think of you Ryan Davis.

#5 Edited by Sevenout (71 posts) -

My condolences to Ryan's friends and family. How do you express the loss felt for someone you've never even met? Ryan has made me laugh till my face hurts more times than I can count. His early departure leaves a gaping hole in the Giant Bomb community as well as the gaming community at large. To everyone who knew him personally, my thoughts are with you.

Whenever I see a sombrero, I'll think of you Ryan Davis.

#6 Posted by Sevenout (71 posts) -

I think I will never not be able to giggle at a grown ass man saying "drivatar."

Once again congrats to Patrick on landing the Trickiest of Scoops!

#7 Posted by Sevenout (71 posts) -

Could you please add Gisele@Taiie

Only futzed around with the game a little bit, but it seems alright.

#8 Edited by Sevenout (71 posts) -

Duder, you are truly a gentleman and a scholar. Please know that all your hard work never went unappreciated. Best of luck in all your future endeavors; and whenever I think of Blade Runner or voxels, I'll think of you.

#9 Posted by Sevenout (71 posts) -

@whatisdelicious: Yeah, I totally understand "regular" people thinking its weird we didn't see the box. Especially if what we are used to at this point are all the Apple conferences and phone manufacturers showing off their newest slick design every thirty seconds. What I thought was weird was all the hoopla from writers in the industry, though maybe tech writers don't count as "industry," I don't know. You would think that people used to writing about games and consoles would understand that some amount of information would be held back for an E3 reveal. Or that it is actually possible that they are still working out the details of what exactly their black rectangle will look like.

#10 Posted by Sevenout (71 posts) -

I have no idea how the review system works for games marketing, but I am guessing it doesn't have to go through legal. I feel like any lawyer would have nixed this idea at the "death threat simulator" part, let alone all the rest of it.

The whole idea of this is extremely juvenile. Dick jokes can be funny but "I'mma kill U bcuz U have a tiny penus" isn't even half way close to amusing. Mostly I find it insulting to my intelligence. It's as if Square had a bring your son to work day and they let all the thirteen year olds run the marketing department for a year and a half.

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