" The only Endurance Run that would work is one that they WANT to do, not one that is suggested to them. SO SHUT YOUR FUCKING MOUTH. "
This wasn't even aimed at me and it still pissed me off lol. Did you legitimately scream that at your computer monitor while you typed it, too?
Personally I'd like to see if not only for the fact that I won't have time to play it myself for any long periods of time. With that being said, I don't think they boys want to do it and it'll probably not happen. It makes sense not to do a bunch of games from the same developer, it wouldn't be fair -- even though Atlus is a major exporter of "it's so weird it's awesome."
Whatever they choose to do next I'm sure I'll be just as happy.
I'm on a 15Mbps connection and have no issues on any other websites for streaming HD video. Even though I'm a gold member I've resorted to watching HQ videos only because HD just won't stream and not even progressive works well enough.
I'm surprised more people aren't complaining about this. I wonder if it's an isolated issue or people are just complacent/not watching HD.
It'd be nice to have one of the boys give us a heads up either way.
The way I look at it is this: Science can only study what is in existence such as matter etc. Whether intelligent design or evolution or any theory (or non-theory for those who aggressively attack theism) is true is entirely reliant upon what/who created the matter Science avidly studies day after day in the first place.
It's all well and good for example to say the universe is infinitely expanding starting from a single point (the big bang) but as physicists found out, math can only take them back to billionths, trillionths etc seconds after the bang occurred. Math needs time to operate in (unless you're dealing with some crazy theoretical physics of some kind) and since we can't go back before time (which is a man made concept to begin with) we're kind of stuck simply trying to understand what already exists.
Science's best answer to this problem is theoretical physics which I love to death, but ironically much of it is based in faith of very specific things existing that we aren't even sure exist yet (this is why we have the large hadron colllider).
I grew up in a house with a scientist father, and a minister mother. I've gotten both sides thoroughly throughout my life and continue to now. Did the Christian God create everything we see around us both on Earth and off? I believe so. Even if that's not true, something had to create the matter that makes up that in which scientists around the globe study in depth each and every day.
One way or another, there is a God.
As a side note, it's really sad to see how aggressive people get when these types of questions come up. I know a lot of people on this site are younger, but damn guys, grow up. You don't spit in someone's face for having a different opinion.
I have absolutely no idea where the last 3 months went. All I know is that for some reason people find our SC2 commentaries funny over at LAGTV, and we somehow pulled together a pretty awesome website with a steadily growing community. Here's an example of one of our features outside of normal commentaries at LAGTV. The series is called "When Cheese Fails" and is based on replays of...well....cheese failing.
If you've been following my last few blogs you'll see I've been busy working away with a couple other guys trying to create a community for lower level SC2 players and any other every day gamer. D2D stands for Day to Day, and we generally are trying to provide a place where those gamers can go and not worry about elitist gamers raining on their parade while they have fun and try and learn some new stuff.
The new site has way more features including social stuff like blogs, walls, groups, events etc that version 1.0 couldn't do. We're excited to see the community use these new features and to use them ourselves (the events thing makes our community game nights and tournaments MUCH easier).
If you don't know what we're doing at LAGTV, I'll give you the short version. We cast replays sent in by the everyday SC2 player (basically anyone who's not playing professionally) and have lots of fun with it. We're not trying to be HD or Husky, and we're not the most knowledgeable players by ANY means but that's the whole idea in the first place. We hold monthly tournaments (currently working towards hosting EU tournaments) with prizes subsidized by donations from our totally awesome community and live stream them before doing actual casts of the major games. We co-founded D2DGamer with some awesome designers and fellow SC2 players and have been having a blast ever since.
In any case, I just wanted to throw down a general update on how our little project is going. If you haven't already, I'd love to see some fresh faces around the forums! We'd be happy to have you.
If you have any questions feel free to ask! I'd be happy to drop some knowledge.