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I always find it interesting that in the light, you know where everything is, yet in the dark you stumble over stuff you wouldn't have during the day. I've lost count how many times I've stubbed my toe against the feet of the couch or nearly fell over something else someplace, when during the day I would have missed them by a mile. I think it is an old cliche by now, but it never ceases to amaze me. Why does it seem that spaces get smaller? Why do you wander more?

This Week's Trivia

From the resivoirs of the Tennesse River, the Tennesse Valley Authority yearly collects thousands of pounds of mussel shells.

What do they do with all these shells? They get turned into "pearl" buttons.

Last Week's Polls

Ever had something that seemed rather simple in mechanics just stop working for no reason?

  • Third place was what's mechanics? Read a book. Watch a video. Study the engine of a car.
  • Second was that it happens alot. If you hear any thunder, that means you have that little storm cloud of bad luck over your head. Don't worry, you're amongst friends.
  • And first was only when you really needed that thing to work. Like Murphy said: Whatever can go wrong will go wrong. Damn you, Murphy!

How do you play DLCs? (Modified from WhoeverReadThis' idea)

  • Third was buying them all individually. I hope you got a coupon or something...
  • Second was buying the complete edition. Get it on sale. Or trade in a game to get it even cheaper!
  • And first was buying the season pass. I got a season pass in a game or two that I bought, but I'll never put it to use, because I don't have a LIVE account or that kind of internet. So they're just kind of little decorations when I open the disc casing.
  • And an honorable mention for the one vote of I don't play DLCs at all. Said vote was from yours truly!

If Skills appeared in another Fallout title, would you like them to level up through use (like in Skyrim), or would you like them to raise through point allocation (like in Fallout 3 and New Vegas)?

  • Third was a bit of both. I guess it could be selecting which skills would be leveled which way...
  • Second was Skyrim's way! Hey, for all you "realism" folks, this would be the way to go. It also feels more natural.
  • And first was old way! Where you can become a total badass with Small Guns by just allocating points when you wouldn't even know how to repair the parts of your gun.

This Week's Polls

Do you ever think that the rooms of your house get smaller in the dark?
 
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The poll was created at 13:06 on November 25, 2016, and so far 45 people voted.
What kind of cut-scene do you like?
 
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The poll was created at 13:06 on November 25, 2016, and so far 46 people voted.
Ever thought that there were too many mediocre weapons in a game?
 
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The poll was created at 13:06 on November 25, 2016, and so far 47 people voted.

That's all, folks!

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