Q:Thoughts on Destiny (Bungie's upcoming game)?
I used to be really hype for it. I even got a big ass poster in my room and I got some cool connections with people in the studio keeping me updated on its amazing rendering tech but id
I was gonna get the white ps4+Destiny bundle but I kind of lost a lot of my hype for it for some reason. It’s amazing and I got a lot of first-hand details on the game and such but a lot of the hype I had before is lost to the point that I don’t really plan on buying it anymore.
Hype is warranted.
Don’t know if you played the alpha or beta, but I got into both. I know during beta I put in over 30 hours playing. Even after beating the 6 or 7 story missions, I kept playing for hours.
The game is worth it. It is Bungie being Bungie in its purest form.
Gurren Laggan is on Netflix!
"They didn’t have to make the nudes the main story. They didn’t have to list names. They didn’t have to crop and censor the pictures to make for clickbait to lure readers in. All they did was make this thing bigger than it would have been."
"I think the difference between us and the media is that we don’t get paid to be disgusting human beings."
They [the Framers of the Constitution] built gridlock and delay into the structure of our government to prevent the abuse of political power.
Q:CK help me out, what is the grammatical change to the way we refer to the States that changed sometime after the Civil War.
That’s it, thanks. I once got points taken off an English paper for using the original phrase, until I explained to the teacher the origin of the whole thing.
I’m pretty sure it’s still “these United States” during the State of the Union address, though.
Did it change from “these United States” to “the United States”, from referring to a collection of states bonded together, to one centralized authority?
After five years of grit and determined effort, the United States is better-positioned for the 21st century than any other nation on Earth.
when our differences shut down government or threaten the full faith and credit of the United States
Over the past eight years, the United States has reduced our total carbon pollution more than any other nation on Earth.
Tonight, because of the extraordinary troops and civilians who risk and lay down their lives to keep us free, the United States is more secure.
God bless you, and God bless the United States of America.
The Federalist view on the Bill of Rights is kind of funny in how naive/depressing it is.
I go further, and affirm that bills of rights, in the sense and in the extent in which they are contended for, are not only unnecessary in the proposed constitution, but would even be dangerous. They would contain various exceptions to powers which are not granted; and on this very account, would afford a colorable pretext to claim more than were granted. For why declare that things shall not be done which there is no power to do? Why for instance, should it be said, that the liberty of the press shall not be restrained, when no power is given by which restrictions may be imposed?
They thought the basic rights were so basic and common sense that you really did not need to have them listed in the law, because, to paraphrase, “we do not even give the government the power to impose on those rights in the first place.”