My dad is inordinately proud of his “Persian rice” recipe. I think it’s supposed to be this
But what he makes instead is rice that is somehow simultaneously completely soggy with grease and hardened back into rock pellets. The rice comes with oil-puffed raisins mixed in. Served on top is eggplant that has been deep fried for at least 5 minutes per side and chicken thighs which are first pan fried and then boiled “to make them juicy.” The chicken is boiled with about 3 tablespoons of tomato paste and a sprinkle of turmeric. Otherwise, there appears to be no additional flavoring, not even salt.
The whole construction takes him 3 hours.
And he will pester you while you are choking down this mess if you don’t garnish it with raw onion slices.
I think people don't understand the amount of courage it takes to say you fked up to an audience of over 1.5 million subscribers (on the Cyberpunk Youtube Channel).
And for what, there is no 'personal gain' for apologizing, The co-founder of CDPR is a Billionaire that can honestly spend his time sipping tea while laughing his way to the bank after Cyberpunk sold 13million copies.
People are way too overly dramatic comparing this to an oilspill that killed marine life and will take ages to clean up the environmental impact, this is just some game.
This just happened and I can't believe I didn't think about the situation. For reference I am a pretty big guy, and don't exactly look like a teddy bear. I posted a folding wagon online and someone said she wanted it. To both of our surprise we work at the same hospital so drop-off / pickup would be easy. Our hospital is huge so she agreed to meet me at my car in a parking garage. The wagon was in my car and we greeted one another and I opened my trunk to get the wagon out. She immediately stepped back when I opened the trunk, then I saw it.
I will take a step back to mention that I spent last weekend at my parents house helping them tear down a shed and a bunch of trees. I had all the tools at my house so I brought them over to help. The tools include a shovel, pickaxe, sledgehammer, recirpocating saw, axe, hatchet, hacksaw, large blue tarp, work gloves and rope. They were all covered in mud. It was literally a murder and disposal kit, that all looked well used. I just put them in my trunk and forgot to take them out. I didn't notice them when I put the wagon in because it was morning and still very dark.
I explained the situation and took the wagon out for her. She ended up being coworkers with my mom, and remembered my mom mentioning the new shed at work a few weeks prior. So we had a laugh about it in the end, but I was certain I would be maced or tazed for sure.
TL;DR I met a woman alone in a parking garage to sell her something from my trunk and left a DIY murder set in my car.
Edit: thank you all so much for the awards and assuring me in not completely stupid, just a little. This has been an awful few days for me for other reasons, so knowing I made some other people laugh or even smile is really helpful.
I was played, and I can't stop grinning. When I first started reading the book, I thought it would end up like all the other cozy little murder mysteries Christie had written. Definitely not on the level of And Then There Were None, I thought over and over again, as I made my way through chapter after chapter. Yes, I wasn't expecting this and that to happen, but it certainly wasn't on the same level. It was good, surely, but it was lacking the certain pizzazz that made a book great. Boy, was I wrong.
When Agatha Christie first did the big reveal, I scoffed. "Yea right. This was just another red herring. I've read enough of your books, you can't fool me." The more I kept reading, the more I realized what had actually just happened. All those tiny hints here and there came flashing back to me. I can't wait to read it all over again so I can catch every crumb of every instance Christie had alluded to the truth.
I'm just curious whether anyone else had figured out just what exactly Christie was getting at? It pains me to say this, but for a good minute I was willing to bet >!Caroline !<had done it. >!Caroline!<. And from looking at the suggested searches that popped up when I had entered >!her name!< into Google, it seems like I wasn't the only one.
Some dude commented on a cyberpunk post stating “Fun fact: Your game is going to die in less than a year if you don’t add multiplayer”
So CDPR decided to use the Witcher’s official handle and simply replied “Ok.”
I don’t think I’ve ever been so satisfied with I reply.