I'm not a usual poster on this subreddit, but this issue riled me up so hard that I had to say something.
I've been playing a lot of Paladin lately and whenever Noble Sacrifice gets triggered, I for some reason couldn't hear the iconic GET DOWN sound stinger that I always knew the card by anymore. At first I thought the opponent was the only one to hear the sound quip, which made me a little sad, but after playing a few matches where I triggered the secret myself, I wasn't able to hear it at all!
I know this might be a little benign, but part of what makes Hearthstone cards so iconic is the sound quips they'd make, and it bums me out a little now that the voice line is out of the game.
Either that or my game is a little bugged. PLEASE let me know if you aren't able to hear it!
As you can see, everyone had 900 at the start and as far as I know it, a stinger costs 1100. It wasn't a visual big. I even have a clip that I can provide if needed.
Edit: Here is a clip: https://imgur.com/a/SL5Mx3S
I've been researching the G70 3.3T for a couple of months and I was set on buying it as my next car, I've heard about the Stinger and I was pretty much ignoring thinking about it since it was a "Kia", but it seems like lately with the used cars prices being very high, I started looking at the price of the Stinger, and holy cow I could buy a brand new 2021 Stinger GT for less than 40K, most of the G70s I was looking at where around the same price used.
So now I'm kinda undecided, on one hand the Stinger looks better and looks more sporty, has bigger space in the back seat and trunk, but it's a damn Kia.
The Genesis pretty much has a better brand name and is a bit more luxurious.
Am I missing out on anything other than that if I went with the Stinger? Honestly I could care less about the name of the brand as long as the car itself performs well and is reliable I'm fine.
What do you guys think?
So we're looking at automating running a scan and remediation for low and medium malware detections. We're looking at Microsoft Safety Scanner, McAfee Stinger or MalwareBytes (with purchased licenses). We're about to go infect a VM with some malware to test the remediation, but it occurred to me that many people have already walked this road.
Anyone use one of these for this type of use case? Which do you prefer?
Are there other products I should look at?
EDIT - A lot of people seem to be misunderstanding the use case. We want to automate and remediate. We already have an AV product we like. We want a "second opinion" so to speak, and the ability to remediate low/medium's automatically via scripting.
I was at a car show today and saw this! Apparently City KIA has a custom shop in-house. They are making 12 KIA Stinger Convertibles, which will be purchasable, and covered under KIA warranty. The rep I talked to said they just informed KIA about what they were doing, and they loved it. Blows my mind that this is being done by an actual KIA dealer.
Sooo, my first car, which I still have, is a 2015 Toyota Yaris base level, been driving that girl for almost 5 years now. Any new car I buy I’ll be launched into the world of new car tech which I’m very excited for.
I like to go fast, and always wanted a coupe but recently I got my heart set on a Kia stinger (GT-Line), a sedan. I was also looking at the Kia K5 but then I got over it because it was too big and not that cute after all. Basically I’m looking for something sporty and not too family sedan-ish.
What’s holding me back from going full throttle on the Stinger (lol) is that I feel like it’s one of my I want I want I want moments. Like the gas mileage is not good, it’s waaay worse than my Yaris, and I probably don’t need THAT much car.
In summary, are there any sporty-type vehicle suggestions that y’all have?
EDIT: Budget up to $40k + don’t like hatchbacks :/
So, I had a long day at work today so I caved 1 day early on my t-break, mainly because i wanted to try this new gadget out.
Well, I'm not 100% sure all the hype is warranted., unless I'm doing something wrong. I dont see how there could be a wrong way to use it tho... maybe my technique?
First up, because of the tolerance break I changed to the 1/2 bowl size, so I haven't done a PROPER test run, but still.
Using the 21 VonG as is, I have been coughing so hard. I try to get as big a cloud hit as I can, so most times I toke from start to end click. Because of the coughing tho, I'd started just doing half tokes. I have the air port set fairly closed (maybe 70- 80% closed), as I find if it's full open I get very little vapor. I begin the draw with my finger fully off the opening and flutter a bit towards the end of the toke. Still, crazy coughing.
It's a funny tickle tho, with bongs, or any combustion for that matter, the cough would be set off because of a big inhale. With this thing, I'm getting the tickle on the throat after exhaling (same for all of you?)
So, I decided to get the stinger. I don't find things to really be much different. If I was 100% honest, I'd say the tickle and ensuing cough are maybe reduced by 50%, but I still had a decent cough.
I dunno, was I expecting too much?
Would be keen to hear others thoughts on the stinger/vong combo and also if you found the Vong to be harsh as is, from the factory.
I started with a base Honda Civic leased and now I am rocking the 2020 GT Line. I love it so far.
Looking to join the Stinger family (I have fallen completely in love with how the car looks and drives). I am currently cross-shopping the following options (Everything in AWD):
New 2021 GT-Line MSRP ($39k?) - Probably more room to negotiate the price here since the 2022s are coming out.
CPO 2018 GT2 for $35k (w/ 41k miles)
CPO 2018 Premium for $27k (30k miles)
What would you guys recommend buying right now? Should I just go for the GT2 regardless of the 41k miles on it already? Should I try to talk down the price on a 2021 GT-Line? Or just go for the cheaper entry into the car with the 2018 Premium?
Any issues with the 2018 models that I should be aware of as I start shopping for cars closer to 50k miles? Anyone buy the base engine and regret not splurging on the GT2? Would you rather just buy new and get the full warranty and peace of mind?
Sorry for all the questions, just trying to not regret my decision.
As I gas my car, a Stranger walking into convenience store, looks at my car and stops
[Stranger]: That's a nice car.
[Me]: Thank you.
[Stranger]: What is it?
[Me]: A Kia Stinger
Stranger takes another look and goes inside
Stranger walks out of convenience store a minute later. Looks and stops again
[Stranger]: What type of car is that again?
[Me]: Its a Kia Stringer.
[Stranger]: A Kia?
[Stranger]: Its a sharp looking car.
I get in my Stringer with a big grin on my face