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  1. I don't know much about p2p mmos, but I suppose almost all of them have a choice to pay for unlimited subscription if it's not already f2p after purchasing, which can be up to about $200+ I've heard. I'll definitely buy GW2 if it's not way out of my price range. And as for TSW... there's still not much info on it, except that it'll be released in the US by April this year. I hope that's not too expensive either, cause it looks kickass. Thanks for the suggestion. Had a little LotR obsession for a while, so I'll check it out.
  2. Yeah, it wasn't all that bad until you get up to the city and start to get more of a Silent Hill vibe.. those "suiciders" really remind me of the smog monsters in Silent Hill. Ugh.. it feels so suffocating. I'm thinking about starting to get into p2p MMOs. I've got my sights mainly set on The Secret World and Guild Wars 2. What does anyone make of those games? Do you think they'll be worth it?
  3. Hey it's been a while since I came back here cause I kinda lost interest in the show.. but now I've been seeing the ads on TV and... Sheldon asked out Penny?! Now I definitely have to catch up. Anyway, I thought I'd revive this thread. My brother recently bought Dead Island and I've been playing it religiously. Scary shiz!
  4. Yeah, I didn't like "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" either, and this is coming from a big Pirates fan. Most of the crew that made the movie great were gone, Ian McShane wasn't nearly as evil as he was hyped up to be, and it was pretty futile without Will and Elizabeth's story arc. They should've left it at Pirates 3, and even Johnny Depp acknowledged that. But generally I wasn't expecting it to be that great, because I'd been following the making of the film for ages, since it started in June last year.
  5. Haha, good interview. Actually I think Rove was better in Australia, but this was still great.
  6. I've been looking elsewhere for good TV suggestions, and I've found some other pretty great shows. Breaking Bad, Pushing Daisies and Suits are all excellent series you can't miss.
  7. Maybe a couple of seasons from now, yeah. Characters develop over time and realise new things. He might realise that he likes kids and he might want to start a family, or he might realise he needs a heir to continue his work when he's not around. He claimed it was a waste to have sex with someone for reasons other than reproduction, not a waste to start a family. I think Sheldon would want that at some point of his life.
  8. Too bad I can't enjoy this. I'd buy myself a hard copy, but I don't have a computer to play it with. ;~; There's always Christmas...
  9. Nah, it was a comment for bigfan89 I was just asking because you were only one who's apologised for your opinion in this thread so far. =p
  10. Are you talking to yourself...? ^ (Someone may need to get tested :O)
  11. A lot of the guys here seem pretty pissed about the news... I think, as fans, we should just respect her decision even if it turns out awry in the end. Yes, celebrity marriages typically don't last long because they are required to travel away and bond with their other co-stars, but sometimes miracles happen.
  12. You're not alone, bigfan89. I think for every alternate universe branched from Sheldon and Penny's decisions, there just wouldn't be one where they were together as a couple, but we can dream.
  13. That's what I meant by this: I was just addressing the op's problems, not talking about Leonard. To be honest to god, I wouldn't date him either. I agree with Threelions' understanding. Most young women aren't searching for commitments, they want fun. They don't want someone that's too rigid to step out of their comfort zone. I'm not going to say that it's phooey to like the bad boy image, it's not my cup of tea but it could be someone else's. I just don't want to be treated with disrespect to maintain a reputation for the guy, as if it were the only thing that mattered to him. I
  14. Mousedroppings


    Sorry to hijack the thread but this caught my eye as I was skimming over. There's definitely a lot of funny women in showbiz. I think "Suits" is one show where they give the prominent female characters the better lines. Sarah Rafferty's zealous humour and Gina Torres' smooth wit was always a joy whenever they had screen time. You'd smile whenever the male cast quipped and joked, but with the women you really laughed. Kaley Cuoco in TBBT and Cobie Smulders and Alyson Hannigan in HIMYM also get equally good lines as the guys (apart from Barney and Sheldon), and there are thousands more examples.
  15. Congratulations to Kaley. Seems like the whole cast is getting hitched now.
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