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For some reason, all those MOBA games attract the worst communities.
My friend is offering resume reviewing.
I was thinking it might be a way to trade technical writing, editing or voice acting for the occasional bit of visual art that I might need. It seems cool, but it's prolly better to just get paid for doing things, then pay people for things... like, that's what money is for is so that we don't have to barter directly for services, right? but it SEEMS like a cool idea anyway, and was just wondering if it was like a scam or something.
Pokemon: The Card Game Online.
Okay wait.... Is this a video game based on a card game based on a video game based on an anime?
The hype is getting me excited, but I also can't justify a 400$ system when I've barely used the WiiU I bought.
I just really hope that there is nothing that's disabled or sub-par about the WiiU version. I feel like they were probably developing it to be the WiiU Zelda game, and it went too long, got too big, and they decided to leave it for the next system, and hopefully that will mean it won't be missing features when I play it on my feel-like-i-just-bought-this-damn-thing-and-now-it's-already-obsolete WiiU.
- Do something you enjoy that happens to be exercise. If unsure, try a bunch of things.
This was a big one for me. I was utterly unable to 'workout' with only 'getting fit' as motivation. it just doesn't work for me. I have to either find things that are workouts while also being games or skills that I enjoy learning, like racquetball, or that are workout versions of things i was going to have to do anyway, like biking to pick up my son from school.
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