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#1 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

@jackamomo: No ads with a YouTube Premium subscription. I don't look for free movies on YouTube. The one movie I actually bought on there was the original Pet Semetary.

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#2 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

I don’t have cable and haven’t watched TV in years. That says something, because I used to be the kind of person who watched TV almost non-stop and was subscribed to the best package my cable provider had to offer. Nowadays, it’s mostly gaming news and game walkthroughs on YouTube (I have a YouTube Premium subscription), as well as movies or anime on Netflix. I have an 82” TV and also buy certain movies on Bluray or 4K HD.

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#3 Edited by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

I know it’s going to be very hard to get over her, but this is a blessing in disguise. Find yourself a woman who’s your age or younger, and if you have no kids of your own, make sure she has no kids either.

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#4 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

I love Coke Zero. Tastes just as good as regular Coca Cola.

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#5 Edited by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

I definitely prefer easier games. I don't mind if a game has the option to choose very high difficulty levels for those who enjoy the challenge, but I also want the game to have very easy modes for people like me who care more for story or just mindlessly slaughtering critters. If I hear that a game is difficult, I don't care if it has a very high rating on game review sites. I just won't buy it. I may, however, check out walkthroughs on YouTube (like with the Dark Souls series).

I also appreciate the ability to activate God Mode via a developer console, like I did with DOOM 2016. I played that entire game in God Mode on a high difficulty setting, and had an absolute blast doing so. My "challenge" was to find and use the right weapon depending on the situation. Upon activating God Mode, the game warned me that doing so would permanently disable my ability to gain achievements with that save file, but I didn't care about that one bit.

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#6 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

Star Wars: The Old Republic, The Elder Scrolls Online, Diablo III, Destiny.

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#7 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -
@Blaze787 said:

@TheMisterManGuy:

Current gen consoles will probably be supported in one form or another for a period of about three to five years after the release of next gen. I'm gonna be more conservative and say three years, so till 2023.

I should note that I don't include the Switch in these estimates. As a successful handheld with no real competitor, I'd say it's good to go till approx. 2025.

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#8 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

@TheMisterManGuy:

Current gen consoles will probably be supported in one form or another for a period of about three to five years after the release of next gen. I'm gonna be more conservative and say three years, so till 2023.

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#9 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

By my estimates, next-gen consoles will be announced during E3 2019, and follow a year later.

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#10 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

[QUOTE="MrPraline"][QUOTE="thebest31406"] Ideology? What about it?thebest31406
He dislikes Islamic immigration because it brings Islam to the West and many (me included) believe that Islam is a totalitarian political ideology. Has nothing to do with nationality or race or whatever.

I could very well agree with that but how do you link terrorism into this ideology? This would suggests that the 1.6 billion Muslims are terrorist by nature.

A large chunk of that 1.6 billion, at the very least, harbour sympathies with those who carry out atrocities in the name of this ideology. And it's certainly enough for the West to take the issue of Islamic immigration very seriously.

And by the way, in case anyone's wondering, I'm not white.  In fact, I look very middle eastern, and come from a region of the world that's plagued by violence and tension in which the common denominator is quite often Islam.