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Friday Links – August 3, 2012

vanbergs: Pretty sure a soccer player just won a gold medal for taking the dive he just took

→ Louis C.K. on eating pressure and providing an alternative to The Man 

LCK: I like pressure. Pressure doesn’t make me crack. It’s enabling. I eat pressure, and there might be times when I get a bad feeling in my gut that this might be too much, but you feel pressure when you’re not doing something, you know? When you’re getting ready for something, you feel pressure—when you’re anticipating. But when you’re constantly in activity, there’s no time for pressure to just sit there and make you crack.

Like a boss.

→ Metal Gear Solid 4 PS3 Trophy List Revealed

For all those who have asked “where are the Trophies?” we are very sorry for the long wait. However, in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Metal Gear series, we are very pleased to announce that trophies will finally be coming to MGS4 in the beginning of August!

One of the best games ever made gets a grind heavy achievement patch. Sad there are no game progression trophies but still nice to see the support more then four years after release with really no money here to be made.

New Hampshire Chick-fil-A Will Sponsor Gay Pride Fest

“In both my personal and professional life, I have had and continue to have positive relationships with family, friends, customers and employees in the LGBT community. It would make me sad if someone felt they were not openly welcomed into my life or restaurant based on their belief, race, creed, sexual orientation or gender.”

If only the world felt the same. Scathing Comments also accompany this article and are worth checking out

The secret allure of the spoiler

The accepted modern posture is that knowing too much beforehand about the plot of a novel, a play, a movie, even a TV series, ruins the magic of experiencing it for the first time — renders it damaged goods, not worth one’s time or money.

I remember being rather angry (kayfabe) with jja for making this post (scathing comment alert) on his site with 24 spoilers. Now something like this wouldn’t give me as such scorn. It’s funny to go back and look at these comments and I long for the days when 24 was awesome. Such a funny comment thread ef everybody.

Category: Friday Links


One Response

  1. Jeffrey says:

    Spoilers as spoilers has been disproven. According to an academic study they actually improve enjoyment.


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