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Annie

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  1. no such mod currently exists F4NV is in development but it will probably remain so for at least another couple of years
  2. actually that's pretty much what my ideal mod would be. if someone could figure out how to de-jank FNV's movement it would make the game immeasurably better.
  3. Depends, are we talking 1/2 or NV/TTW? NV modding has picked up a hell of a lot over the past couple of years but unfortunately there's still a lot of engine-level shit that honestly still make the game really difficult to come back to all these years later. The big one for me is the janky ass movement, like, there feels like a really heavy input delay, when you stop moving you occasionally lurch in whatever direction you were moving in, the jumping feels really stiff, that kind of thing. Movement is arguably the most important aspect in a first person shooter. FNV is fine in that it leans more heavily on its RPG elements than its FPS elements and can use VATS to fill in the gaps, but gameplay starts to feel stale when you're relegated to using VATS the majority of the time.
  4. Linux. If you're going to change the OS on your system just swap to a Linux-based system, IMO. If you're an absolute beginner to Linux I'd recommend looking in to getting Mint, XFCE or MATE version if you're very concerned about performance.
  5. Don't get me wrong, I'm not for this kind of gun control, but there is a solution to gun violence and domestic terrorism that democrats don't understand and republicans totally ignore.
  6. I'm not underestimating it, I've lived in the south for the first 20 years of my life, I'm just acknowledging the historical fact of the subject and stating my doubts. Seriously, the closest thing to my memory of a form of armed resistance to legal firearm seizure is the ATF raid on the Branch Davidians in Waco, and that was an unjust massacre on the ATF's part. Pro-2Aers love to go on about their rights and what's an infringement upon them but seriously, unless there's an actual attempt made on a mass scale to seize firearms that were previously perfectly legal (and not in a grey area like ghost guns), I seriously doubt anyone's gonna kick up much of a fuss. Like, I'm with Marx on this one, the working class should be armed and nobody should attempt to disarm them, but that's just plain idealism and it isn't a practical approach to the gun issue in 21st century America. The pro-2A folks are the same people who praise cops and other federal institutions and are pretty strictly against working class liberation, they're the LAST people I'd expect to actually kick up a fuss about ACTUAL gun control especially considering their concerns with gun control are totally misplaced and misguided.
  7. There's a difference. Capitol hill was attacked because the president at the time was pushing claims of election fraud and making calls to action. Organized political action doesn't just happen, it needs a catalyst, and I don't think more gun control measures exactly count as a catalyst for that sort of thing considering they never have been in the past. The thing about this situation that really puts doubt in to my mind is, doesn't the most recent gun control measure target ghost guns specifically? Regardless of your opinion on them that's simply too niche of a target to inspire ANY sort of organized action.
  8. yeah no i don't think it'll even come close
  9. idk how i missed this but i feel like i should mention that sylvanas isn't warchief anymore as of (i think) 2019 i have to admit i love blizzard writing for how batshit insane it is. sylvanas became warchief, committed a genocide, conspired to send her genocide victims to hell, killed a horde leader, abandoned the horde, and turned the king of the alliance in to the lich king. it's fanfic tier writing but it's so hilariously out there that i can't not love it.
  10. I'd have figured this obvious because of the wording, but logistics. There isn't one single person in ANY state who has the power to simply declare it independent from the U.S. and actually make it work. There needs to be collaborative involvement from lots of other political figures AND constituents alike, not to mention (in this case) Florida-based businesses and corporations including ones responsible for utilities and infrastructure would need to contend with a new currency. As for why a new currency would be necessary, having a currency tied to the treasury of the country you're trying to declare independence from actually makes it quite difficult to actually establish yourself as independent. Actually, by definition, that makes you not independent.
  11. Almost like CoD is a good game series or something like that. Wild. Also like, in general, what the fuck is your problem lol
  12. there's a hilarious irony in advertising sketchy CSGO skin sites in the middle of posts decrying sketchy CSGO skin sites
  13. No state can legally secede, not even Texas. That's a common misconception. Legality isn't the issue in state secession though. The greater challenge is logistics. It's not like the governor of Florida can just, one afternoon, decide to draft up a new constitution, establish a new currency, and declare Florida independent from the U.S.
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