Yeah, I wasn’t suggesting 1:1, just a place that’s smaller than the US with a diversity of landscapes.
Enjoyed rooting your rotings.
Well said. So much orientalism.
Goat Simulator: Revengeance
Of course, paying for that meal signals to the restaurant that they should keep their order of meat at X level, which signals to their supplier that X amount of animals should be raised and butchered. So, in a sense, the action at the restaurant contributes directly to maintaining the status quo, while the observation by two strangers of a goat’s sacrifice is not the direct reason for the procedure (unless it’s do-this-shit-to-make-the-tourists-feel-like-they-had-an-authentic-experience kind of thing).
New Zealand would be cool. Lots of variety.
There’s obviously a hope that they can milk the same cow twice, if you know what I mean.
However, there are also people who 1) did not own a console last gen, 2) don’t have their old console any longer and didn’t get to play that game, and 3) only had one console, so missed out on exclusives.
I’m in that last camp, having not owned a PS3. I’m currently mainly gaming on PC, but the ability for me to play some of the more well received PS3 exclusives on PS4 might make me favour it over the Xbox, if/when I decided to get a new console (I’m pretending like Bloodborne didn’t already settle that).
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Same. I just made some adjustments to play – such as unloading low-health minions from my hand more during the second boss, to keep Rain of Fire in check and focus on getting out heartier munsters. I imagine heroic battles will require a lot, lot more customization.
Great article, mate. Thanks!
Men are excluded from female-only tournaments. Take a pitchfork!
Great red herring, bro. We’re not in Year 0 of human history. Gender segregation has a particular social meaning because of a long history of treating non-males shittily (and the related effects thereof), not because it violates some a priori principle.
Surely rule-following can be criticised, not just rule-making, especially if committing yourself to an organization and its rules is completely voluntary.
Yeah, I don’t really understand why we should appeal to tradition when it comes to gender in social institutions. ’Cause, you know, humans have such a long track record of getting that right.