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DEMOBAZA. Crutchley's Artblog. Bruno Clavier - Les fantômes familiaux. Why Netrunner matters. A couple Sundays ago, I took an opportunity posted on a local boardgame store’s Facebook page, ditched football, and took my flimsy, hand-crafted Netrunner decks in for what they termed as “league play.”

Why Netrunner matters

This was, in every possible manner, a trial run. I had been playing the card game for awhile, picking at it with my girlfriend and eventually turning a few friends onto it. But “deckbuilding,” or the process of assembling a custom deck from the game’s many expansions, was new to me. Deckbuilding only gets a couple pages of description in the dense, 40-page rulebook, but I knew that it was, in many ways, where the game actually begins. I was excited to get my hands dirty, to learn something new. The first thing I learned was that, literally, my hands were too dirty. I was dead five turns before she finally pulled the trigger I lost every round I played, of course, which I sort of expected. My point is not “fuck those people,” although that’d be easy to say. But I do not think this.

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Satellite Reign. The Fermi Paradox - Wait But Why. Everyone feels something when they’re in a really good starry place on a really good starry night and they look up and see this: Some people stick with the traditional, feeling struck by the epic beauty or blown away by the insane scale of the universe.

The Fermi Paradox - Wait But Why

Personally, I go for the old “existential meltdown followed by acting weird for the next half hour.” But everyone feels something. Physicist Enrico Fermi felt something too—”Where is everybody?” A really starry sky seems vast—but all we’re looking at is our very local neighborhood. Galaxy image: Nick Risinger When confronted with the topic of stars and galaxies, a question that tantalizes most humans is, “Is there other intelligent life out there?” As many stars as there are in our galaxy (100 – 400 billion), there are roughly an equal number of galaxies in the observable universe—so for every star in the colossal Milky Way, there’s a whole galaxy out there. So there are 100 Earth-like planets for every grain of sand in the world. 1. 2. The Division News: Gameplay Presentation EGX 2014: Graphics, The Open World, Coop Story And Missions. Welcome to - Jakob Wagner Photography.

Perc & Passarella Death Squad - Temperature's Rising (Original Mix) KuldarLeement's deviantART Gallery. Tobiee's deviantART gallery. LORENA .G on Behance. Project 2501 – Homage to ghost in the shell. Brad Kunkle. ASCII art by Meph. EGA/VGA connectedMousedriver installed Microsoft(R) - DOS 6.2 C:\>type chakra.txt MMMMM.

ASCII art by Meph

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