I'm a mathematics major at Rowan University full time, and work as a store clerk part time. I'm just like everyone else who is going to college.
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Mike and I are making a trip there to visit Alex tomorrow and making it a 4 day weekend, should be fun.
Me: How's your hot sauce?
Mike: It's called the Hottest Fucking Sauce for a reason.
I highly doubt you’d get swept out to sea. If anything you’d land on the Little Egg Inlet or the very southern tip of LBI before that happened.
I dont think you understand just how strong the currents are at peak tide.
If you’re standing on a sandbar during peak, it can sweep you off your feet and out to the ocean.
Albeit, I don’t think we would be swept out to the ocean either, BUT it could drag us severely off course. We could end up stranded on the marsh barrens, or we could be dragged towards Holgate like you said. Either way, even just paddling against the tides would be a bitch. Working with the tides would make this trip a fucking cake walk.
Is it any good? I only played Diablo 2 briefly like 10 years ago.
You know, this game is actually really really entertaining. I’m not much of an RPG player, but here we go.
A quick breakdown of the phases I went through before and after getting the game.
After Installation // beginning to play:
So now you see, albeit a lot of the reviews out there seems a little like blizzard was trying to push their own game, it actually is worth it. Now coming from someone who never played Diablo or Diablo 2, I can say that there is a bit of a learning curve to the story line, but over time they seem to explain it pretty well.
I’m not much of a man for single player games, so that’s my personal downside to Diablo 3. I don’t like playing it alone. So the multiplayer facet of it makes it super entertaining. Example: Take a good game that was only single player, mod it so that it has multiplayer ability, enjoy. That’s how multiplayer feels, like it’s still meant for single, but the mobs do scale their stats depending on the amount of players.
The story line is kind of…. predictable though, but that does not make it any less entertaining, you’re kinda like “Oh he’s gonna do that, OH HE TOTALLY DID, NO WAY!!!” Not to mention the huge amount of time it takes to complete the acts, which isn’t such a bad thing, considering you do not realize just how long you’ve been at it until you check your play time.
So all in all, if you have the money to spare for it, and you want a good game with a seemingly infinite amount or replay-ability, then this is where it’s at.
All of my Magic:the Gathering cards will be given to Keith.
All other possessions shall be sold/auctioned for maximum profit and the proceeds will be donated to SETI.
In my case, all of my cards will be split between Alex and Mike, and any disputes over who gets what cards will be settled in an arena in which the competitors will display feats of super-human abilities.
I suspect Mike will choose something involving his agility and strength.
And Alex will see who can smoke each other to death.
It’s obvious who would win which battle.
I see Olga’s all but given up fighting this hobby of yours.
ACTUALLY, she still does not like it, but she sees how happy it makes me, so she allows it in moderation… there was a sale today, so she let me splurge a little because I was hospitalized.
But yeah, she’s been giving me some slack, which is good.
I never remember my matches in that detail. I forget what happened like 10 minutes after its over.
I could almost do a turn by turn break down of each match… well… considering it’s a limited pool of cards everyone is using it wouldn’t be too hard to do it… but still… there is something wrong with me.
I wouldn’t be able to do it with casual matches with any of my friends, there is too many matches, and normally a FUCK LOAD of things going on.