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The guys witness Walmart pulling in-store video game advertisements, the Equinox/SoulCycle boycott, and the anti-bathing movement.

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  • <p style=”box-sizing: border-box; padding: 0px; border: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; color: #5a5a5a;”></p> <p style=”box-sizing: border-box; padding: 0px; border: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; color: #5a5a5a;”>Lets get on here and make friends</p> <p style=”box-sizing: border-box; padding: 0px; border: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; color: #5a5a5a;”>Share your info, meet new friends, have real discussions.</p> <p style=”box-sizing: border-box; padding: 0px; border: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; color: #5a5a5a;”>We might even change some minds online!</p>

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  • This will be an awesome game for libertarians. It’s been labelled Eve online meets minecraft. The world, ships and buildings are all voxel based at different sizes. We build everything. Cities, fleets, orbital star gates, colonies. Thousands of players working together. The political and economic structure is organisation based, many corporations already exist. Essentially as close to a true free market virtual world as is possible. We already have private police orgs to chase the pirates and the games not launched yet. It will be a place libertarians can test some of our theories. It’s also a test of a new server architecture that if it works will be used by everyone. The Dual Universe kickstarter is in it’s final week.  http://www.dualthegame.com/#screenshots Check it out If you have not heard of it. The full game is 2018 but testing will come next year.

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  • A topic where anything and everything can be discussed about this genre of video games (my personal favourite), and in particular I’m interested in what you all think makes a good RPG, and some of your personal favourites. Personally my favourite RPGs tend to be open world games that have a huge modding community, such as the Elder Scrolls games, and Fallout 3/New Vegas. This is probably due to the huge number of ways to play them, and the unlimited level of customisability/extra content that comes with the modding community which is in direct contrast to most other games, where after one playthrough you’ve seen everything (my love of liberty does indeed stretch into my game preferences). I’m currently playing Fallout New Vegas and I’m enjoying it a lot right now, it’s honestly a breath of fresh air from Skyrim, which despite all the thousands of mods available (30,000 on the main Skyrim modding site) simply can’t be saved from its terrible story and awful characters.

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  • Where are the battle lines? Of course individuals can vote their conscience by choosing to boycott or choosing not to boycott. But in a fascist environment the propaganda of the government pressures people to act in a certain way. Can a representative of a company that provides valuable goods and services speak freely without fascist retaliation? A ‘mob rule’ boycott is really the blind imitation by the masses to the propaganda put out by the fascists.

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  • Just downloaded Dayz on Steam. Anyone else play? Steam ID: lethargiccrash

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