Sounds great, Rorie, I'll go in on this.
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I like to hit a house party, especially if I know people/have friends there. I hate clubs, and I think they're a lousy way to meet people, what with the noise, and the weird lighting, and uncomfortable clothing and such. Plus, I'm deeply introverted, interacting with even people I know well can be taxing, so meeting strangers in a dark room is especially draining.
Don't swat clubs, man, or bars for that matter. There are a lot of ways and places to meet people, and it should be in a way where you are comfortable with the situation, and maybe the people around you share interests or have something in common. New friendships are great, but you don't have to force it to make it happen.
I'm gonna try this one again; I tried a few months ago and got no response, and not knowing is bugging me. I'm thinking of an arcade brawler where the two main characters are kids on roller skates. They fight in urban environments, and there are some definite racial undertones. I think American Sammy had some involvement. Anybody? Thanks.
I sent my PS3 away for repair by Sony after it stopped reading discs, and it's been perfect to this day.
Hey everybody. If you went to PAX Prime 2013 then you might have found the special-edition Cards Against Humanity pack in your swag bag. Each pack contained only a few cards from the full set, so getting a full set meant trading or begging with other attendees. I'd like to finish my set, and in case anyone else does too, I thought I'd set up a trading post.
So how should we go about this? I figured I could post a list of duplicate cards I have, and a list of cards I want. If anyone else wants to put up their list then we could look over them and arrange a trade.
Would this work? Are you guys interested? Assuming everyone takes responsibility for their own shipping costs, we would basically be going on the honor system to ensure your trade is fulfilled. Let me know what you think. If anyone is down to trade, I'll put up my list. If nobody's interested, that's cool too.
I'm looking for a late 80s/early 90s arcade brawler. It features a couple of kids on rollerskates as the main characters and they fight through a run-down urban environment. Racial stereotypes abound. I believe American Sammy had some involvement. Thanks for the help!