Personal preference I guess. I love PV pants in his fit, but I also really like falg fatigues+jacket combo. Fuzz brought out a great fit, but I a big fan of kody general style. 1 point submitted 10 days agoSo, what the recourse here? The only thing I can think of is to stop buying skins and stop playing. We can only vote with our time and wallet.I am not interested in boycotting the game, the more time their servers are down the less people will give a shit about the game.My personal issue is when people come up with confusing reasons to justify the outages. Epic is not a mom and pop shop that needs your approval or cheers it the same issue I have with Valve fanboys.The community should call them out every single time something like this happens so they either invest in better infrastructure (I don know much about scaling servers to accommodate large player bases so I putting down infrastructure as a placeholder) or the community puts its foot down and stops playing..
Wake up. Who cares what is liberal or converative or Democratic or GOP. We are suppose to be Americans first.. There was this great review of the series from this one religious dude that I think did a great job of synthesising the essence of what the Leftovers was meant to be and what it meant to the viewer as a meditation on loss and overcoming those feelings of survivors guilt, hopelessness, and despair. The participants concur with everything I stated. Better productivity and better work/life balance.
And killers DO have advantages over survivors, they have a lot more freedom to run and do whatever they want than survivors. Killers rely too much on cruch perks. NOED, BBQ, Nurses where survivors get SC. And improve police community relations so this stands for the proposition of rejecting the idea that public safety. Is inimical with the idea that they could be good police commute. Anyway isn’t that what it got it that’s an excellent point I want to bring them back to get to commissioner Kelly is it did seem that there’s this massive.
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