You need to learn the difference between "best" and "popular." I'll give the new season a look at here soon. Without Anthony Hopkins, I dunno how interesting it'll be.
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When Halo ODST was announced, it came out with this awesome trailer, but the song was never released independently. People have tried to edit the extra noises out for years, but it was never very good work - until recently. I've been waiting nearly 10 years for this song.
That's why I hate writing for a universe that has a strict order of operations, like Star Wars. You can't go too far out of the "Sith Jedi Empire Droid Force Rebellion" nonsense, else you lose the context entirely. I suspect you're not having trouble with new ideas, as instead, you're shaving problems forming a story with what you currently have. If you're stuck, then start over again. Wipe it clean and improve. As you're rewriting it, consider the parts that you're eager to rework. Those are the strong points of your story, and everything else is completely and utterly malleable. Writer's block only exists when a story is completely exhausted of progress, and usually, any future work should not be forced. Start from the beginning and improve. Conniptions are made from sacrifice, not patience.
I've watched a bit of Rust, but I never understood the appeal. It requires far too much dedication, the base building isn't that interesting, the combat is pretty standard, and the crafting just looks like it would get tedious after having to constantly restart. Maybe if you could make like potted plants or roller coasters, or something, but then again, you can just destroy everything anyway. I hate temporary progress.
"Counter strike is the most popular action game played on the internet." These people sound like an old woman trying to understand video games. And it doesn't surprise me that Gabe "Chin Tower" Newell's most notable employment tactic is throwing food at them.
Trump had a conference with his Confederation of Evil about school safety, where he takes the time to explain that 20% of all teachers should be carrying a weapon, and if they do, they should receive a bonus. Yes, he actually said that teachers with guns should make more money.
Decipher this Trump quote for me. I can't figure out what on God's green earth he's trying to say.
In the “old days,” when good news was reported, the Stock Market would go up. Today, the Stock Market goes down...and we have so much good (great) news about the economy!
I read a study on the commercializing of diseases some time ago that mentioned Yellow Fever. The author specified that its infection rate is considerably higher since it is not advertised as well as it should be, so most people who are infected don't even have fair warning on it beforehand.
And yes, I do live in farm country, but I usually hear about particularly nasty flu strands rumming about. Nothing unusual this time of year around central US.