I tried putting those Dill pickle chips on a salami sandwich once, and now I have to do that every time there is anything to do with salami. Also, surprisingly, a lot of things work on that sandwich. Bananas, peanut butter, marshmallow fluff...
Oh yeah, I like marshmallow fluff and that shit is GROSS.
I think at this point I listen to some of the podcasts, watch some of the dumb livestreams and a handful of QL's that interest me, and read anything that gets actually written on the site. I just don't have the time for things like QLEX or unfinished.
I'm casually into basketball and wrestling, both professional and Greco-Roman, but never followed for long enough to really call myself someone who loves sports. It was fun to get drunk and watch the winter olympics though, and I imagine this is the only way I'll ever get into more sports. Either way, I don't really care about telling people if I do/don't like something.
If you ever need a semi-competent DM, you can always shoot me a PM here. I haven't used roll20 in a while, but I also haven't found a new player group in a while. And 5E looks pretty good so far so I really want to test it out.
Everything in the universe is telling me to say Darklands 2.
Man. That ship sailed in 1992 when it released as a broken, buggy, fascinating mess, it doesn't matter that by late '93/early '94 it was fixed (I was a sysop on the GAMEPUB section of CompuServe at the time and it was... interesting...).
Though I just looked and... MicroProse still exsists?!? Ooogh. That's not the company I knew. Bet they don't own the IP (and even if they did, that website does not imply that they'd do anything with it).
I will go to death with this awful hope, and it'll be sweet even though I know there'll never be a game quite as immersive and truly "big" feeling as Darklands. A sequel would probably flop just as hard as the first, but it'd be a dream digging into the incomprehensible nightmare of systems and bugs all over again.
Everything in the universe is telling me to say Darklands 2. Then there's that Serpent game on Kickstarter, but if there's a game that I know for a fact won't have an actual sequel with the same amount of care put in that would be Darklands.
Also I'm waiting to see how Might & Magic X did before I get my hopes up about any more of those ever happening.