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    [–] Jessie from Team Rocket cosplay by Rei Yoshida GlyphGryph 3 points ago in gaming

    You'd almost certainly need a frame underneath to shape it. Or, more likely, just make it a crazy hat instead.

    [–] A proper use of the notch GlyphGryph 1 points ago in apexlegends

    What the hell is a notch?

    [–] Former DEA official now working for OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma GlyphGryph 1 points ago in news

    Yeah, they do it because the chance of getting caught times the fine is lower, not just because the fine is lower by itself

    [–] A homeless 8-year-old is now a New York chess champion GlyphGryph 1 points ago in news

    Based on your article most of those are uninhabitable and considering the economic devastation it describes moving there might be a step down for many homeless people.

    [–] A homeless 8-year-old is now a New York chess champion GlyphGryph 1 points ago in news

    Its kids who don't have their own homes. Seems like a worthwhile and relevant stat.

    [–] I'm getting a deja vu. GlyphGryph 8 points ago * (lasted edited 2 hours ago) in gaming

    What's sad is most of us Epic store haters would actually love to have a decent Steam competitor. I don't actually like Steam, I just dislike using Epic enough that I'm not going to.

    [–] I'm getting a deja vu. GlyphGryph 28 points ago in gaming

    It's super shitty to use. Like, I'd rather use Origin than Epic, and Origin is hot garbage.

    [–] Time to go on a crusade GlyphGryph 5 points ago in gaming

    A significant portion buy on impulse, or shop on impulse, and won't go out of their way to seek out a game on a different platform.

    But Epic is also giving these games decent advertising budgets to offset that, I think?

    [–] A homeless 8-year-old is now a New York chess champion GlyphGryph 1 points ago in news

    I'd venture a portion of them aren't actually liveable either, if its counting things like summer homes as empty houses. You can't really overwinter in those.

    [–] A homeless 8-year-old is now a New York chess champion GlyphGryph 2 points ago in news

    That's not really relevant unless you're going to implement a basic income so that struggling families can be freely relocated to wherever the seized homes are.

    [–] A homeless 8-year-old is now a New York chess champion GlyphGryph 2 points ago in news

    Because in the event you, or your descendents, lose that income through no fault of your own and fail to secure a new income in a timely manner, said housing will be provided for you in turn?

    And also because it protects from other costs rated to having an unsupported homeless population, like criminality.

    Finally if it's part of a wider public housing construction process it can serve to drive down your own housing costs and benefit you directly greater than the cost you paid in in the longer tern

    [–] Jacinda Ardern has announced that New Zealand will ban all military-style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles, essentially commencing immediately GlyphGryph -1 points ago in news

    Then it's weird our courts have decided it protects handguns (which are useless for that purpose) but disallows much military weaponry

    Also it's not true. Look up the history of the people who actually put it in there and why they did

    [–] Jacinda Ardern has announced that New Zealand will ban all military-style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles, essentially commencing immediately GlyphGryph 1 points ago in news

    Good. Handguns are the most dangerous to innocent people in accidents and most likely to be used as a murderer weapon, and have a lot of negatives because of their concealable nature.

    [–] Finally got around to playing Halo: Reach. The last mission is shockingly sobering GlyphGryph 16 points ago in gaming

    Spartan IIs didn't have shields on their armor originally, right? I thought that was a later modification after encountering the covenant and reverse engineering some of their tech.

    [–] At least Fire Emblem was ballsy GlyphGryph 1 points ago in gaming

    I think Halo was the best for this.

    Trying in all those missions SO damned hard to keep the soldiers alive. Even if everyone but one guy is killed off, at least I saved that dude. There was no in game reward for it or anything, but it felt... important.

    I loved that.

    [–] At least Fire Emblem was ballsy GlyphGryph 1 points ago in gaming

    Do Nuzlockes prohibit you from trading with friends who are also nuzlocking?

    [–] At least Fire Emblem was ballsy GlyphGryph 2 points ago in gaming

    I always carefully avoid encountering pokemon in certain areas during a Nuzlocke just so I can return later in case i need an HM guy.

    [–] Accused gunman in Christchurch terror attacks denied newspaper, television and radio access GlyphGryph 2 points ago in news

    They say it's a not a serious threat because it's not. Has it been in the past? Sure. Could it be again in the future? Maybe. But right now? There's no real left wing terrorism worth speaking of - 95% of it is right wing and the rest is a grabbag

    [–] Accused gunman in Christchurch terror attacks denied newspaper, television and radio access GlyphGryph 1 points ago in news

    So long as the trial is appropriately speedy, this doesn't seem unreasonable. He's innocent until proven guilty, but we still keep people like that in jail until their trial if there would be dangers to letting them out

    [–] Is Poly ever "do-able" as a first relationship? GlyphGryph 2 points ago in polyamory

    Any relationship at that age you're probably going to be doing poorly, and doing poly means you've got a high chance of your partners doing poly poorly even if you do it right which can hurt a lot.

    But I've basically been low key poly in every one of my relationships to start, and my only mono relationship only closed down due to mental health issues that ended up ultimately breaking it up.