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Temper Tantrums (the GBAtemp webcomic) - issue #41 "Board Meeting"
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"because the game was never released physically in North America, only being available on SEGA Channel."
Haha like did you stop reading half...
Best way to build hype is to include extras like this.
Look how much hype Star Fox 2 got.
Still skeptical that this will do well. Seems like...
So are you working on monoclonal antibodies for cancer research primarily? What are you trying to target?
Same, it's a treat to look at
Great Job Shaun!
I really hope they announce they are selling the special stylus in some fashion stateside
Part of it is growing up we only had chick-fil-a in the rich part of town, and these annoying well off kids were always bragging about how good it...
As for Wendy's getting the number 1, it's solely for their chicken nuggets.
Also, I have had a chance to try a bunch of these, but never...
I have a pixel 3 - it can play these games but it has slow downs
Well you know there is no definitive body that defines standards for the English language. As such usage defines the rules.
And those verbs...
What? You kind of lost me. What happened in the 70s?
Meaning some people are actually using this whacky form. I had intended it as a joke of course - but I think others are using this weird "it ends...
So I was looking more into this, and almost all of the forms with "ed" past tense and an irregular past participle end with a w.
Hew, mow, saw,...
But size doesn't matter, r-right??
Haha yeah, I was just saying "konichiha" because it is an example of a word where it should be "wa"