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#2 Edited by coakroach (2498 posts) -

Just want to hug all of these people

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#3 Posted by coakroach (2498 posts) -

    Yes, we can hear you.

    Trying to watch a trailer here. Christ.

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    #4 Posted by coakroach (2498 posts) -

    Thanks for everything Patrick, you will be missed.

    Look forward to seeing what you end up doing next!

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    #5 Posted by coakroach (2498 posts) -

    I talk to people on the phone that are experiencing financial hardship.

    This can range from people going through a divorce, unemployment, terminal illness, permanent disability, gambling addiction, mental illness, lengthy legal battle, substance abuse problem, being effected by a natural disasters and plenty of other cheery scenarios.

    Some days it's incredibly rewarding, but other days it's a complete emotional drainer.

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    #6 Posted by coakroach (2498 posts) -

    Sorry for your loss Jeff, stay strong duder.

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    #7 Posted by coakroach (2498 posts) -

    Virtues Last Reward.

    Most of the time you'll be alternating between confusion and anger (or a mixture of the two) but there is one ending that just about had me bawling.

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    #8 Edited by coakroach (2498 posts) -

    Find a recipe for soup that you really like.

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    #9 Posted by coakroach (2498 posts) -

    Dwarf Fortress.

    I've never actually played it, but i've heard it's crazy deep and takes forever to learn.

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    #10 Posted by coakroach (2498 posts) -

    Sounds like you were doing the right thing there duder.

    I've never been in a proper punch up, pretty sure i'd go down like a sack of potatoes - the only fighting technique I learned in all my years as a younger brother was 'try to grab their head and slam it into the corner of something'.

    I don't believe that technique works when you're not in a house and your opponent is over ten years old.

    Fortunately bar fights are a rare occurrence in my part of town.