My free will for a Lords of Shadow game?
At least I'm not like the military personnel on this forum who demand military discounts at Walmart or Best Buy. I'm smart enough to know that discounts are to be had at all of the Base Exchanges.
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Posted by Nintendonly on 18 September 2014 - 12:05 AM
Posted by Nintendonly on 20 August 2014 - 04:31 AM
Posted by Nintendonly on 27 March 2014 - 01:12 AM
Well I traded today at Walmart. 4 Vita games got me a $59.87 giftcard. Not bad at all. I then bought some groceries, and 2 giftcards. One for BW3, and..... Drum roll..... A Visa giftcard. So it does work.
I'm assuming it is because you bought more than just the Visa gift card.
Posted by Nintendonly on 19 March 2014 - 04:04 PM
Also, right in the article is a statement directly from Crossfit-
"Chloie was born genetically- as a matter of fact- with an X and a Y chromosome and all of the anatomy of a male of the human race... [A] male competitor who has a sex reassignment procedure still has a genetic makeup that confers a physical and physiological advantage over women. We owe it to the competition and the whole pool of female athletes to exclude Chloie from the participating in the female division."
Posted by Nintendonly on 19 March 2014 - 03:32 PM
I will not be using the term "gender" at all in this discussion (except for in this sentence) because feminists in the ~1970s have decided on redefining it to mean a social construct.
Hormone therapy is considered being under the use of steroids, is it not? So if a person who was genetically born a male takes steroids to take on features of a female, isn't that a form of cheating? That person will never have 100% biological features of a female because that person will still be comprised of XY chromosomes. I'm trying to see where the logic would be in supporting people taking sex-transformation hormone therapy as a valid form of steroid use in competitive sports, and I keep coming up short.
Posted by Nintendonly on 19 March 2014 - 02:48 PM
Posted by Nintendonly on 13 February 2014 - 08:49 PM
Compare that price to:
These are reprints from Telegames that look like this-
Instead of this-
And yes, the original release was the bottom pic. Telegames releases get 2-4 copies reprinted about every six months or so. These are official releases. The Atari Jaguar is one of the few game consoles that still gets games reprinted for it. The other game consoles that have had this kind of treatment off the top of my head were the Neo Geo AES (SvC Chaos) and PlayStaion 1 (Atlus and Squeenix games got reprints up until 2011 or so; Final Fantasy VIII being one of those reprints).