Smash 4 (3DS) released on September 13th 2014 and received the last batch of characters (Corrin and Bayonetta) on February 3rd 2016. That's 508 days.
Ultimate came out on December 7th 2018. 577 days ago, and yet we still have at least 5 characters coming our way.
This is wonderful. I'm passing around a thank you card for Sakurai, be sure to sign it.
Out of state resident realizing what a complete asshole Ron Desantis is, doesn't care what's happening in the state. Being willfully ignorant which is harming Floridians and their response to the crisis.
Hopefully I'm not the only one saying " Fuck Ron Desantis!" Am I?
Every year the same thing.
Edit: I guess I should've said abit more, I go through this cycle myself but this time am taking the announcements with a grain of salt and just see what will happen before I jump into anything. I love what I heard, but I also know how things have gone before.
Edit: hey stop giving me Reddit currency instead donate to BLM
Almost every single day, I've been seeing posts about how various pieces of content should not be sunset and just need improvements. I just wrote out some thoughts in a comment on a post, but honestly, it deserves a post of it's own and to be seen by more people.
Please bare in mind; I have no affiliation with Bungie, and I am just someone who's been involved in development cycles for nigh on a decade and have seen stuff like this happen before. I'm also not saying that Bungie is going to do what I say, or even pretending that I know their exact plans - I'm just simply stating that vaulting is not necessarily the BIG BAD that people are making it out to be.
With all that said, let's get to the meat of this.
The current development of Destiny, as we all know, is a little troubled. The engine is what it is, and every time a new version is released for testing, it has to recompile. From the most recent ViDoc, a quick paraphrase - it takes days to compile the new build before it can eve... keep reading on reddit ➡
I need a PA :(
Because we can dye shulker boxes, I think this would be a fun and reasonable addition.
If anything this cycle has shown to me it is how little this system allows for disadvantaged people to become doctors. The MCAT is a test that you can do better if you have a full days to study and unlimited resource (insert posts about getting a high score because they bought every resource and studied all day every day for two months) which is not reasonable for a lot of people trying to survive on little income, or support their family. You all don't even want to have the conversation on how typical American education and standardized tests benefit a certain demographic of people, as it was written for them specifically. Plus this cycle, forcing people to sit inside of a testing center when a pandemic is going one, when we already know coronavirus disproportionately hurts minorities, seems like a problem.
In reference to a post on an incoming class's demographics, the comments really have me worried. Talking about how a class that is 19% black is unfair, as only the most qualified... keep reading on reddit ➡
Under 10 min video urging cities to keep temporary covid bike infrastructure. Great to see these kind of videos come out... hopefully sharing this info will help bring this message forward and make urban cycling safer and more available.
The collective human attention span is closely linked to whatever is in the mainstream news cycle. Once the cycle changes , activists jump the bandwagon to feel validated about the latest issue at hand and completely forget the issues they were concerned about in the previous cycle.
In short. Today's activism is just being slaves of the current news cycle to gain social media clout or just to feel a sense of self importance.
I am an indian guy, I belong to an extremely conservative family. My parents are fairly rich, my mom is a motivational speaker and my father is an intelligence officer. 3 years ago my parents bought me a cycle, it was an awesome piece of work, it ran smoothly, didn't have any issues for like 7 months and it costed fairly high as well (159ish USD) but last year my parents promised me to buy me a scooter/scooty and this year I got it, I started travelling a lot in my scooty and started running long distances, so now I didn't really need a cycle
Yesterday our society's gaurd came to our house, he is an old man, he's 78 years old and the only person who earns in his family after his daughter drowned in a river. That man works for almost 12 hours to earn every single rupee needed to send his 2 grandchildren to school, he came to our house and asked us for my cycle as he is an extremely old man and he comes by feet from a village quite far away from my place. My parents thought about it and... keep reading on reddit ➡
Can someone provide input on how we proceed with a recall of Gov Ducey?
I think after today's press conference we the citizens of Arizona need to pressure Governor Ducey to step up to the job or step down and let someone else lead the COVID-19 crisis. It's become apparent that he is not fit for the job and is giving into political pressure from the White House to not do anything that would contradict the President.
I’ve been beating my dick straight for years with at most day long breaks every month or so, I recently got with her in March and yesterday when I saw her naked I felt dead inside. I didn’t feel anything, it fucking hurt having to explain I just didn’t feel anything seeing her expose herself to me like that. Today I’m going to begin nofap for myself and her.
After 2 failed cycles, I think I'm in a good place now with a 3.5-3.6 gpa and a 515, 300+ hours volunteering, leadership, 2000+ hours scribing, good school list, whats more is that corona will probably help my app too since I have everything in already. SO if it I get straight Rs again I honestly feel like just going back to my hometown, getting a hut on the beach and being a surf bum. I grow weary of this
Curious as to which cycle in your life has made you feel like an indestructible X-men straight from the laboratory or just the king of the god damn world in terms of strength and psychologically as well.
Shrines are a niche jank deck, so upping their number from 5 to 11 will definitely broaden their appeal. Plus, having a tutor engine makes them playable! (Too bad Sanctum of All can't be your commander, but I guess there's always Sisay...)
Sanctum of Tranquil Light W
Legendary Enchantment -- Shrine
5W: Tap target creature. This ability costs 1 less to activate for each Shrine you control.
Sanctum of Calm Waters 3U
Legendary Enchantment -- Shrine
At the beginning of your precombat main phase, you may draw X cards, where X is the number of Shrines you control. If you do, discard a card.
Sanctum of Stone Fangs 1B
Legendary Enchantment -- Shrine
At the beginning of your precombat main phase, each opponent loses X life and you gain X life, where X is the number of Shrines you c
Anecdotally, I see it everywhere on social media. Everyone from my generation seems to be fighting against narcissistic abuse and pledging to not treat their kids the same way their parents treated them. It helps that a lot of us are no longer fundamentalists. We're able to take a rational view at parenting and determine that beating your children does not lead to healthy outcomes.
There's plenty of data to support my viewpoint that we're going to be the generation to break the cycle. Pretty much every poll shows that Generation Z is the most accepting of the LGBTQ community. They're very compassionate and well educated as well.
A majority of Boomer generation, on the other hand, seems to be the opposite. They want to go back to "traditional values" and talk on Facebook about how kids need to be beaten so that they start listening to them.
For whatever reason a lot of people from that generation became very narcissistic. Not all of them. There are plenty of good Boomers.
What gi... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hi, this is my first post in options so my apologies if I don't hit all the guidelines. I've been trading options for right at 30 years now. I focus about half on directional trades (my mentor taught me on futures, so the momentum strategies always stuck with me) and half on premium selling. Example, if a stock has 8, 21, 34, 55 and 89 EMAs on the daily chart that are all stacked positive, I will buy delta 70 calls 30 to 60 days out and close out half on a retest of resistance and hold half for a move through resistance and to the 1.272% Fib extension. The opposite setup for shorts and buying puts. I'm also a huge fan of selling premium, typically call credit spreads at resistance and put credit spreads at support, usually 10 days out as I'm looking for rapid premium decay.
I'm posting this as I see there is a ton of new people in the markets. While nobody can say exactly what is going to happen next, keep in mind that the cycle below always repeats itself. As a general rule, i... keep reading on reddit ➡