I'm so sorry man. Animals are so awesome until this heartbreaking event happens. I told my wife after these two we can have one. But no more at a time. It's just too heartbreaking and on top of that expensive. We had a Shepard collie that had liver disease, cancer , neurological stroke, and just kept bouncing back but in the end only lived to 6 as well. I have numerous pet inspired tattoos because of this. They are a ton of fun, and so loving it crazy at times. That what you have to remember. Cosmo, the said dog from above , while very sick would still come check on me if I the flu and was stuck in bed as if he didn't care about himself and only cared about my situation. That's what to really remember. Sorry about the ramble, and I'm very sorry for your lose.
Quote from: Eco-Logic on August 24, 2014, 03:46:40 AM
I think I'm getting close to the end. This is easily one of the best games I've ever played. I wish I knew how close i am, but don't want to look it up as I don't want to know anything at all.
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I agree 100%. Can't wait to replay which will happen very soon. Between d3, this and prolly destiny I'll be very busy over the winter. Which is awesome since we are moving into a house soon and I'm gonna watch what I spend more.
Thanks for the complete in depth explanation! I didn't expect that much info. I was at work thinking about that stuff, and busy. Also , probably lazy. Sounds awesome! About to sit down and start another char w the wife.
What's the level cap now? Also what's all this adventure mode, rifts etc all about? I grabbed this on ps4 after playing on numerous other platforms. Mainly for the expansion and all these extras. I just don't know what all the extras are really:).
Quote from: YellowKing on August 21, 2014, 05:00:24 PM
Yes, I played every class but the Crusader on the PC, but he is by far my favorite now. It's the first class where I actually felt kinship with the character. I feel like I'm doing God's holy work, smashing evil and kicking ass in the name of the Lord.
I also love that you don't have to deal with mana.
Quote from: Turtle on August 16, 2014, 02:27:59 AM
Quote from: leo8877 on August 16, 2014, 02:11:28 AM
Spoiler for Hiden:
The room is definitely not available until you activate the generator. I think it opens after you start it, if not until the infected attack. This is definitely an area where you just need to use the shotgun and bombs to clear the area. The bloater is slow and will go up and down platforms. If you just shotgun the regular infected, you can easily take down the bloater from distance.
Spoiler for Hiden:
The room is very much available before you turn on the generator, you just have to search carefully as it's a bit out of the way.
I know this because:
Spoiler for Hiden:
Grabbing the keycard also triggers the stalkers in the area to start attacking you, instead of avoiding you like they do before you grab the keycard or turn on the generators.
It's an area that can play out a variety of ways.
And every single way I tried, it was a bitch. I mean this in the most complimenting way.
For anyone who hasn't finished this yet...you might be missing the best game ever made. Since my ps3 died prior to the original release, this was my first time through on the ps4. The care that went into this game is astonishing. It just hit nailed about every aspect. Loved it.
IMHO some 'gamers' feel that DEV houses and their publishers owe us something based on all the cumulative dollars spent. And when we feel slighted - either from over saturation (as documented above), delayed game releases or what have you; we turn our anger to the only entity we feel that we could / should blame.
Irony is that it is the same gaming public that buys the very product over saturation and delayed games that cause all the 'hurt feelings' and perverted sense of entitlement. Those companies have people running them that know how to make millions and they do it very well. If we as gamers were that smart as we think we are we wouldn't be gaming as much and instead help in running one of those companies....
Its a ridiculous merry-go-round. There are bigger fish to fry in my day to day life.
I am one. I never used to be. When I was younger, anything that was wrong I knew would just go away. I could be puking all night long and knew I just ate something bad. Nothing was serious, I was young and invincible.
Then something happened last year. First an optometrist told me I am a high risk for glaucoma, which freaked me out despite it being something that can be managed. Next I kept waking up with both arms asleep (pins and needles). I did some internet searches and found this to be a symptom of diabetes. If you have never looked up the symptoms, almost everything is a symptom of the disease. I became convinced I had it. I don't meet most of the criteria, but I was a heavy drinker and I was sure that my years of drinking had caused it (Turtle's post scared the hell out of me). Still I wasn't going to the doctors for it. Until I went to the dentist and they found spots in my mouth. They weren't sure what they could be, probably nothing, but it could be cancer (a type that is common for heavy drinkers), or diabetes (as I said, everything is a sign of diabetes). I rushed to my doctor for blood test. Nothing.
It got worse. I kicked a space heater early last year and really messed up my toe. Six months later I go to the doctor for it because it's still hurting. They take X-Rays. Nothing wrong.
The last month my eye hurt to move it. Any movement hurt and gave me headaches. This of course is a sign of diabetes which often results in temporary blindness. Freaked me out. Doctor and optimist can't find anything (but again, I am a high risk for glaucoma they tell me). Schedule a MRI. Nothing, I am perfectly healthy.
Last week, my gums are bleeding like crazy. I have a bad history of periodontal disease (a sign of diabetes) where I had to have a bone graft four years ago for. I don't usually look at my gums, but that night I did. I became convinced my gums were receding, the periodontal disease was back and I was going to lose teeth. I called every dentist in the area until I could find one that would see me that day. Nothing wrong, my teeth/gums are in great shape.
This is what it feels like to start going crazy at age 44.
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Quote from: McNutt on August 08, 2014, 08:40:26 PM
I've never understood the need to monitor your caloric intake to this degree or to know exactly how many steps you've taken in a day. Does this information somehow make you lose weight? Don't most people who are trying to keep fit have a general idea of whether or not they've consumed too many calories or not exercised enough?
However back to the Vessyl. This seems like a pretty big waste to me. Most of this information is already on my fitbit page (not to mention the side of the damn can). They have a huge database of food you can look up already and it auto inputs everything for you. I drink a can of soda, I just add it on the page and all the nutrition info is already there. It is definitely NOT worth $200 to me to have a cup save me that 5 minutes of time.