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#19 - "we" Yet Jews do the most of the leftist enablin…  [+] (18 new replies) 06/19/2016 on Facebook = leftist jewish... +2
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#20 - Sethorein (06/19/2016) [-]

It's their leftist nature, not their Jewish nature. Plenty of hard right jews exist too. Go to Israel and most of the government is hard right and anti Islamic. I mean it's the same logic as saying jews are communist by bringing up Trotsky. The dude hated his Jewishness. I wonder how "jewish" zuckerberg even is barring his name. Does he go to temple? Does he wear a kippa? Does he know a word of Hebrew?
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#21 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
It defies common sense and is stupid thing to do. Jews are supposed to be smart. Instead they compare the refugee crisis to the Holocaust.
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#22 - Sethorein (06/19/2016) [-]
No we aren't. Just like we don't think trump is the next Hitler and are offended by people making the facetious comparison. I don't know who you get your facts from but my family most certainly considers the influx of refugees without any concern for the consequences for Europe to be a huge issue.

At best my dad is sympathetic towards Iranians because he has worked alongside the ones who fled the shah for decades, but barring that I don't see how you can lump in "jews" as leftist.
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#23 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
So does mine. And yes I can. Because i see it all the time
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#24 - Sethorein (06/19/2016) [-]
Of the 15 notable lefty jews you think they describe the other 16 million?

I am literally an example to the contrary of your opinion. What are you gonna say, that I'm a shifty lying kike?
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#25 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
I bet you don't even forgive Germany
Filthy goy
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#26 - Sethorein (06/19/2016) [-]
But... I do? They've paid my grandparent's pension for years and gave Israel most of its taxis. Why shouldn't I forgive the next generation? Now if there are any original Nazis left, fuck em next way to Sunday... But they're almost all dead.
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#27 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
That's not even the correct reason, it's like half of it. Not relevant either tho lol
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#28 - Sethorein (06/19/2016) [-]
Not even the correct reason for what? I mean they've apologized. It's bloody illegal to question the holocaust in Germany. What more are they supposed to do? Are you questioning my Jewish authenticity because I don't still hate krauts?
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#29 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
No, forgiving them is the correct thing, I just said that
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#30 - Sethorein (06/19/2016) [-]
But... You just said it wasn't the correct reason?
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#31 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
Uh, yeah, reason.
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#32 - Sethorein (06/19/2016) [-]
You are giving me less and less information. Have k satisfied you yet that zuckerberg is a shitty leftist cuck, but that his shittiness is not at all related to his Jewishness?
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#33 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
Didn't say cuck, it's a stupid buzzword.
And actually I think I was more referring to the fact that why the fuck would Jews do this when Muslims would kill us all once they've finished taking over the west. It's not exactly in our best interest
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#34 - Sethorein (06/19/2016) [-]
Precisely. The jews don't do this. We hate islam the most. The Palestinian are homogeneity Islamic. They are the biggest thorn in our side. They are constantly harming our people. For the past half century our homogenously Islamic neighbours have waged war after war with us. Trust me when I say, the jews want nothing to do with islam.
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#35 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
There's literally an example right up there that says yes, Jew did this
Can you not read
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#36 - Sethorein (06/19/2016) [-]

Not all jews. Zuckerberg may be Jewish, but his Judaism is not why he is doing this, his left leaning politics is.
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#37 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
Never said all Jews. You did that
#6 - Don't get it. But am I correct in assuming ds3 continues the r…  [+] (48 new replies) 06/19/2016 on the perfect disguise 0
#74 - justtocomment (06/20/2016) [-]
Not sure why you're getting thumbed down.
I mean, if you need to go back to the shrine to level up but you can warp to the fucking shrine from any bonfire then it's a needless redundancy.
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#84 - Deavas (06/20/2016) [-]
Yes I know, which is retarded
#51 - anon (06/20/2016) [-]
Didn't you claim to have made it through three or so bosses without dying? No way you did that without speaking to the fire keeper or sitting at a bonfire even once.
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#58 - Deavas (06/20/2016) [-]
1. Stop following me as anon
2. That's completely unrelated to what I said
#64 - kelex (06/20/2016) [-]
It is related, because if what anon said was true, then you would've figured out the answer to your question already.
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#67 - Deavas (06/20/2016) [-]
No..? Ds1 was any bonfire and I only mentioned ds2..?
#76 - anon (06/20/2016) [-]
You mentioned ds3, dumbass.
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#82 - Deavas (06/20/2016) [-]
No, I mentioned ds3 by referring to ds2. I haven't played 3 you fucking moron, hence the comment
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#77 - epicalania (06/20/2016) [-]
Was there a ds3 mention before this one? I don't recall deavas mentioning ds3 before. Could be wrong, but if this is the first time it's been mentioned than there's nothing showing he's played it.
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#83 - Deavas (06/20/2016) [-]
Anon is a dumbass. Why would I be asking a question about 3 if I'd played it
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#93 - epicalania (06/23/2016) [-]
which is my reasoning, but I'm trying to do this logically to see how a confusion could occur.
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#20 - civilizedwasteland (06/20/2016) [-]
Ya just got 2, and I really like the leveling up by yourself thing. Less loading screen time and something about it just makes it feel more personal.
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#13 - commencingfailure (06/19/2016) [-]
I don't think you really understand the concept of dark souls' design if you think it's retarded. Everything you do is risky, dying during a quest has severe backlashes. It only makes sense you can spend your souls to level up in the safe haven
#78 - justtocomment (06/20/2016) [-]
Because there's no risk - just inconvenience.
If I can warp back to the shrine with any bonfire, then what's the point? I could:
DS1: just level up at the bonfire and be done with it.
DS2/3: warp from the bonfire to the shrine, talk to the firekeeper, level up, then warp back to the bonfire I was at.
It doesn't add any risk, it doesn't make me more likely to not get my souls to level up. It's just an inconvenience by adding 2 loading screens that don't need to be sat through.
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#15 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
If you stopped 5 seconds to just think and not be an idiot, you'd know that in ds1 you level up at bonfires. Well, seeing as of ds2 you can just warp willynilly between bonfires, it don't really fuckin matter what bonfire you level up at, so a hub is useless
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#44 - goodguygary (06/20/2016) [-]
and oddly enough, DS1 was the only soulsborne game to offer this, so the point would stand that it's in the soulsborne's design to have you level up at one specific spot.
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#46 - Deavas (06/20/2016) [-]
>implying warping between bonfires from the start doesn't make the game infinitely easier
I'm thinking the reason they started doing that is the noticeably inferior map layout design
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#48 - goodguygary (06/20/2016) [-]
or maybe they did it because backtracking is one of the least enjoyable parts in a game, and up until midway through DS1 you were locked into doing that if you needed to go back to firelink shrine, or one of the previous merchants
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#49 - Deavas (06/20/2016) [-]
And... Why would you need to go back? Ds1 has so many shortcuts and secrets because of the lack of teleport. And once you find the shortcuts, it's not long at all. It's quite frankly brilliant. And that's why all successors will be intellectually inferior
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#53 - goodguygary (06/20/2016) [-]
blighttown. wanting to ascend at Andre's pre-ornsteinNsmough. new Londo curse removal. getting back after fighting Sif/Moonlight butterfly. literally any time you want to go back to firelink shrine or merchant to buy an item. early game pinwheel kill

these are just a few of the things you might want/need to backtrack for.
also DS1 had fucking Blighttown, Demon Ruins, and Lost Izalith. it's a good game, but it's far from making it so that "all successors will be intellectually inferior"
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#59 - Deavas (06/20/2016) [-]
Those are the opposite of problems
Meanwhile ds2 every path is a linear path and shitty
#61 - goodguygary (06/20/2016) [-]
>Blighttown, Demon Ruins, Lost -fucking- Izalith
>those are the opposite of problems
w8 1 second m8, i'm being b8ed
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#66 - Deavas (06/20/2016) [-]
Blighttown is completely bypassable through drakes/new londo
Izalith just further down the path
Who cares, don't even need to go there until after the lordvessel
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#73 - twopoot (06/20/2016) [-]
Well, no. You need to ring the bell in Blighttown to go through the gate at Sen's fortress, so you can access Anor Londo, so you can even obtain the Lordvessel.
So before the warping bowl.
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#85 - evictedone (06/20/2016) [-]
Elaboration on ragingbrony's post:

In Darkroot Garden, there's an area called Darkroot Basin that has a bonfire in a little cave just passed the halberd-wielding black knight. Further into that cave is an elevator that takes you to the Valley of the Drakes. From here, there's a path that hugs the valley-wall that leads you into New Londo on the right or Blighttown on the left.

The thing is, the path into Blighttown from Valley is also the basically Blighttown's back door, bypassing most of the enemies and putting you in a place near a good set of armor as well as close to the pathway into the swamp below. So most of Blighttown, and the entirety of The Depths, are out of your hair.

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#75 - ragingbrony (06/20/2016) [-]
He means the Decent down blighttown is Bypassable.
You can skip the 'main' part of that level by taking the shortcuts.
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#88 - twopoot (06/20/2016) [-]
Ah, that.
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#69 - goodguygary (06/20/2016) [-]
demon ruins/izalith are unfinished as fuck fam, and blighttown gives that tasty 0 fps no matter where the fuck you come in from.
bad level design fam, usuk
#24 - cinnemassacist (06/20/2016) [-]
Well, it's the one place you can't really be invaded so that's nice.
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#16 - commencingfailure (06/19/2016) [-]
Both your reply and your autistic aggression don't change anything I said. Dark souls prepare to die was suppose to be challenging, and seeing how much love it got they dragged the "die hard huge risk" concept on in later games.

Not being able to level up at bonfires just enhances that experience.
#79 - justtocomment (06/20/2016) [-]
Okay but it doesn't actually add any risk whatsoever.
You still have to get back to a bonfire - in DS1 you'd level up right there. In the rest, you have to warp from there (no cost and no risk involved) then talk to the firekeeper in the safe space (no cost or risk involved) and THEN level up.
It's not more difficult. It's just irritating. Now, if they didn't let you warp from the start of the fucking game? THAT would be difficult - having to make it all the way back on foot to level up. But that isn't the case. You can warp to the bitch from any bonfire and you can homeward bone straight to her in DS3.
#33 - anon (06/20/2016) [-]
it doesnt enhance it..it just makes it more annoying.

when it comes to difficulty.its all the same do i run to a bonfire, sit down on it and level up then continue my journey

or do i run to a bonfire, choose to warp to the hub,get dragged into a loading screen, get up from the bonfire, find the npc needed to level up, level up, go back to the bonfire, choose to warp back to where i was,get taken back to a loading screen and then continue my journey

its just more time consuming and annoying.

and nice block you autistic faggot.
#27 - anon (06/20/2016) [-]
There is literally zero extra risk. It's just more time consuming now
And nice block you autistic faggot
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#7 - lolgonewrong (06/19/2016) [-]

but the you get to her way way early in the game
and the tutorial boss is trivial tbh
#21 - xnotcreative (06/20/2016) [-]
It blows my mind that there are people out there who consider Gundyr easy.

I can't remember dying to something so many times before in my life.

Really set the tone for DS3 for me.
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#36 - gloriousthighs (06/20/2016) [-]
With a shield and playing my first time he didn't kill me but after restarting and not using a shield he beat the shit out of me. I never did beat his Champion form in the later game using a greatshield, his combos were too long and fast for my stamina to hold out.
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#26 - lolgonewrong (06/20/2016) [-]
He would be hard if a slight breeze didn't kill him.

#22 - theinfamouschad (06/20/2016) [-]
It helps having played other soulsborne games before. Iudex Gundyr was a fun fight but nothing really challenging. Champion Gundyr though, that dude was a boss.
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#28 - weinerdick (06/20/2016) [-]
I fucking hate parrying, but for gundyr (both forms) I just parry him to death
It's kinda hard to find it, but there's a certain range in which he usually does his stab attack, and the stab is piss-easy to parry
#23 - xnotcreative (06/20/2016) [-]
Yeah, the amount of fun I had playing Dark Souls 3 was insane.

Almost makes me want to buy Bloodborne or even start from Demon's Souls.
#80 - anon (06/20/2016) [-]
Do it. I played demons after dark souls 3,bloodborne and dark souls 1,. Its still really fun if a bit small.

I have 2 but I just cant get into it..idk why.

Get blood and demon
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#25 - timetravelzero (06/20/2016) [-]
To be honest, I liked Bloodborne more. I speed run for shits and giggles, so the faster-pacing of it made it way more enjoyable for me.
That being said, Dark Souls III is a ton of fun for me as well. Bloodborne is just first place in the Soulsborne series.
#18 - billymc (06/19/2016) [-]
Dont call my boy Gundyr trivial, hes a good kid
#14 - mrfisto (06/19/2016) [-]
I liked his champion version in the untended graves, motherfucker threw me up and side kicked me mid air
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#8 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
Yeah that's irrelevant, it's fucking stupid. No purpose whatsoever
#9 - allthesenamessuck (06/19/2016) [-]
It's a staple in most of the games. The only reason Dsouls 1 didn't have it was because they scrapped the importance of several npcs due to technical difficulties. The fire maiden in Dsouls 1 was originally intended to serve that purpose, and Andrea of Astora had a more important purpose as well.

It's supposed to anchor you down to the "hub" in all of those games.
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#10 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
Yeah I'd imagine the hub loses a lot of importance once you make estuses universal and therefore a bonfire with 20 kindles no longer relevant
#11 - anon (06/19/2016) [-]
Although the premise is sound, the hubs in Dark Souls are simply not appealing enough to stick around. You go there if you need to level up, buy magic, upgrade your shit, etc. Then you get the hell out of there until you have to actually return. Even the NPCs aren't around long enough to merit actually hanging around. But that's more a fundamental problem of Dark Souls than specific to any game in particular.
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#58 - ribbedandstudded (06/19/2016) [-]
I'm you from the future. I'm here to tell you there's still time.
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#59 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
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#60 - ribbedandstudded (06/19/2016) [-]
But you'll miss your chance. You're running out of time.
#16 - Incorrect In a normal election where the candidates could …  [+] (12 new replies) 06/19/2016 on Funnyjunk and Trump +46
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#38 - noblexfenrir (06/19/2016) [-]
Except this is essentially every recent election year wrapped into one, Hillary Clinton is the quintessential establishment candidate and Bernie is the candidate that reflects the direction of the Democrat party for awhile now. On the GOP side, we had literally every side of the die covered in terms of policy, beliefs, etc. and he still handily won.

So I absolutely disagree that he would have never gotten a second glance, I think the voters always would have magnetized towards Trump, it's more if the climate was right for him to decide to run.

Also, you make me and others completely disregard your point when you say you actually believe Trump is stupid, it's very obvious he isn't, so to act with superiority like that simply shows you're incredibly ignorant.
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#60 - containlettersonly (06/20/2016) [-]
He's said for decades if it ever got bad enough he would run.
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#34 - Moushi (06/19/2016) [-]
I gotta admit, I don't know which one is stupid and which one is evil in your theory. I completely agree though, one way or another.
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#41 - warioteam (06/19/2016) [-]
you really cant tell? trump is no genius but he isnt too shady
while i could use shillery as a fucking parasol with that shade
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#49 - Tyranitar (06/20/2016) [-]
Trump is the personification of shady businessmen. Doesn't make Hillary less shady, but Trump only seems honest and trustworthy because of the comparison.
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#42 - Moushi (06/19/2016) [-]
Both of them are shady as Hell in my opinion. Both terms are interchangeable with either of them.
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#43 - warioteam (06/19/2016) [-]
hillary is a lot of things that make her far from a good candidate, but stupid isnt one of them
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#46 - Moushi (06/19/2016) [-]
Neither of them are good candidates... Neither of them are stupid in the sense of common intelligence, otherwise they wouldn't have gotten this far in the elections, but neither of them are smart in terms of political positions. The only reason we can't say that Trump has made any stupid political decisions is because he has never held a political position to make those stupid political decisions. Every person who has had an office in power has black stains on their record, it's the size of the stain and how they handled it that seems to make the difference. Either way I don't trust either of them, personally.
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#59 - containlettersonly (06/20/2016) [-]
Proof That Donald Trump IS THE REAL DEAL

Trump is a whole hell of a lot better than his detractors would have you believe.
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#63 - Moushi (06/20/2016) [-]
I'm not listening to any detractors or supporters. I'm going off of what I've seen through the years and years of him being as loud as he's always been. He's a business man. He'll say whatever he can to close the deal, this time the deal is the presidency. He's really fantastic at making it seem like he's helping out the people he's screwing over. I've never liked him, and I'm never going to. His whole person irks me out on a deep level and I'll never trust him. These two are basically the most extreme examples of stereotypical politicians in the bad sense. I'm basically just hoping that congress and the house of representatives will keep either one of them under control and hold onto the safety bars.
#73 - anon (06/20/2016) [-]
and impeach whoever gets elected at the first opportunity
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#78 - Moushi (06/20/2016) [-]
I doubt that's going to happen. They would have to do something unbelievably stupid to get impeached. Something almost traitorous, especially with how the world is now. The wold political situation is so shaky right now, we would be too scared to lose a leader and start over fresh. We need somebody in that seat to still be considered a somewhat stable country in all this craziness. There are too many threats both inside the country and outside of it to feel safe enough to let a leadership position go unless they did something really really fucked up that would cause the whole country to turn it's back on whoever is running.
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#23 - brucejender (06/19/2016) [-]
You can't be serious...
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#24 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
You can't be educated
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#25 - brucejender (06/19/2016) [-]
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#56 - ribbedandstudded (06/19/2016) [-]
Then why'd you ask me?
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#57 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
Who are you
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#58 - ribbedandstudded (06/19/2016) [-]
I'm you from the future. I'm here to tell you there's still time.
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#59 - Deavas (06/19/2016) [-]
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#60 - ribbedandstudded (06/19/2016) [-]
But you'll miss your chance. You're running out of time.
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