MysticWicks endorsement: "I've always, always regarded the Discordians as being people who chose to be Discordians because they can't be arsed to actually do any work to develop a relationship with a specific deity, they were too wishy-washy to choose just one path, and they just want to be a mishmash of everything and not have to work at learning about rituals or traditions or any such thing as that."
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Hi, new guy. Thanks for acting like a biped!
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what kind of terms do you commonly see attached to white petty criminals?
More Dishonored http://youtu.be/rGdScx2iBuk
Fraps, my recording program, has been a little funny. You wont notice it so much in this episode, but the end of the one after the next one will be pretty abrupt.
Perhaps I was blinded by my general hatred of women.
So more accurately, it labels women as always objectifying men.
That is a demeaning dehumanizing generalization of woman.
Literally all women care about.
1. How tall you are
2. How big your dick is
3. How much money you make
4. How much hair you have
5. Your social status
6. How fit you are
7. What car you drive (and other various status symbols)
8. What you do at work
9. How popular you are
10. How handsome you are
All banks can have help from the central government, on the condition that their commercial and investment arms are split up, and the bank itself is broken into smaller regional and commercial operations to prevent it posing a systemic risk to the economy again, and legislation is passed to prevent super-mergers.
Half the problem is bank size.
Didn't the banks already veto/find a workaround hack for this very legislation?
I'm going with Alistair. The merchant's full of shit, and the way you've played Neria so far, I think that'd piss her off more than the price gouging. This protagonist seems to like brutal honesty, and half-assed justifications like the ones the merchant's spewing won't fly.
Also a fair conclusion. Brutal honesty is definitely a good way to piss people off.