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Please tell me you agree that disc 1 of SO3 is really good.
I mean, it really is (to me)...

The base idea of SO is amazing. High tech people stuck for some reason on a low-tech mysterious world(s) trying to solve their problem but being caught up in some huge event.
You could use this to make something incredible but somehow they ended up making SO5 and crushed my soul.
Despite some of the points in Aeolus's rant I was enjoying the game game up to the twist. One of the few time I legit raged at a plot twist, after cooling doen I still beat the game out of obligation, but it was found a new home in EBworld right after. (I have hundreds of games. Rarely do I ever trade in or sell games because I am collector, and a tendancy to be a pack rat.)
All is well in the end because Mass Effect latter came, and did the whole space opera thing 100 times better then Star Ocean series could ever hope to.
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General Games / Re: Fire Emblem Warriors
« Last post by Ranadiel on Yesterday at 07:07:00 PM »
They mentioned weapon triangle I believe.
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General Discussions / Re: Artimicia's Food aid plea
« Last post by Frostillicus on Yesterday at 07:04:49 PM »
isn't Coke worse for you than beer?  On a nutritional level at least.
https://www.quora.com/What-is-worse-for-me-a-can-of-Coke-or-a-can-of-Budweiser-Why

Soda is way worse for you than beer, but when giving up alcohol it gets difficult to just drink water all the time.

This. I didn't give up alcohol to lose weight. I gave it up because I was becoming a problem drinker, and it was starting to mess with my cognitive abilities, even when sober. I do try to watch calories, as I only have a soda when the brewski desire comes a callin'.
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General Discussions / Re: Artimicia's Food aid plea
« Last post by ironmage on Yesterday at 06:46:01 PM »
What I find odd is that fruit juice often has around the same calories (by volume) as soda.  I guess the fruit juice is better nutritionally, but if you're trying to lose weight, it's not like one's automatically better than the other.  Although I love me some Boylan black cherry soda (their birch beer is good too), I try to keep my soda drinking down to once or twice a week.  I avoid diet drinks like the plague.  I think I'm allergic to aspartame.

...what was this thread about again?  Oh, yeah.
Breakfast is either greek yogurt, a muffin, or any suitable leftovers (if I eat the leftover dessert for breakfast, it won't be there to tempt me later).
Lunch is usually a peanut butter & honey sandwich, cheese, carrots, and celery.  I used to use the cafeteria at work, but they served manufacted chicken once too often (it doesn't matter how good the chef or the recipe, if the main ingredient is rubber).
Supper varies widely, but there's often meat and green vegetables involved.  I rarely go out to eat more than once a week.
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General Discussions / Re: Artimicia's Food aid plea
« Last post by Annubis on Yesterday at 06:08:46 PM »
Well it is also the cheapest alternative to boring ol' water by a huge margin, so you can thank that as well.

Actually, cheaper than bottled water.
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Please tell me you agree that disc 1 of SO3 is really good.
I mean, it really is (to me)...

The base idea of SO is amazing. High tech people stuck for some reason on a low-tech mysterious world(s) trying to solve their problem but being caught up in some huge event.
You could use this to make something incredible but somehow they ended up making SO5 and crushed my soul.
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General Discussions / Re: Artimicia's Food aid plea
« Last post by Klutz64 on Yesterday at 04:45:04 PM »
Well it is also the cheapest alternative to boring ol' water by a huge margin, so you can thank that as well.
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General Discussions / Re: Artimicia's Food aid plea
« Last post by Kevadu on Yesterday at 04:38:16 PM »
It kind of baffles me how much soda some people drink.  Of course this is coming from somebody who doesn't even like soda (way too sweet) so maybe I'm biased.  In the early days of soda fountains and the like it, these drinks were treated almost more like desserts.  Something that people would indulge in only occasionally.  But somewhere along the line they became the default.  When you go out to restaurants and such you're lucky if the even have anything non-alcoholic to drink besides soda or tap water.

Drinking soda all the time is about the nutritional equivalent of eating nothing but chocolate cake.
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General Discussions / Re: Whats the haps?
« Last post by Agent D. on Yesterday at 04:29:05 PM »
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General Discussions / Re: Whats the haps?
« Last post by Agent D. on Yesterday at 04:20:07 PM »
D- RPGFan folks have graciously donated to my charity cycling event causes, so you bet I'll throw a few bones your way for your plane pulling cause.  I can't say it will be much, given my financial situation, but every little bit helps.
Welp, my next dopey question, should I just stick the link here or make a topic...I don't wanna be overly annoying.
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