posted 3 hours ago

pengiesama:

sortita replied to your post “realize that i’m late to the wagon, but i’m watching Two Best Friends’…”

I think one of the nicest things about The Last of Us is that there are actually environments that look different, rather than dark grungy building 1, dark grungy building 2, dark grungy building 3 and edgy wasteland 367.

also very true; even the sewer level (which the LPers i’m watching were dreading the second they stumbled on it) has a unique design from other games’ sewer levels, and doesn’t fall into the “yay we can be lazy and just design drab gray walls and zero light sources”. the environments are absolutely massive, to boot, and i can only think of one occasion where invisible walls actually came into play, rather than designing levels in ways where walls make sense, or designing levels in ways to funnel players accordingly.

That’s the one with the school and everything, isn’t it? In the game it’s sooo fun exploring those different areas and finding all the little notes from survivors and stuff.

The first level is actually a really good example of the invisible wall thing; they make you go in a certain direction, but you kind of WANT to go that way given that if you don’t your other options are fire/zombies/explosions/crashing vehicles/etc., so it’s cool how it “herds” you with actual obstacles like you said. All in all it’s a really clever game! I actually replay it a lot just to explore and go on wee adventures. 8’D

IIRC you’re probably coming up to one of my favourite levels (Bill’s town) and after that there’s this gorgeous river/farmland setting which is sooo nice. I hope you’re having fun watching it!

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posted 7 hours ago

unamusedsloth:

Oh, right. The 10K. The 10K for Disneyland, the 10K chosen especially to run around Disneyland, Disneyland’s 10K.

That 10K?

posted 11 hours ago

Pan is testing the beds I made up for me and Tori, hahaha.

Tori’s is, clearly, the actual bed (with lots of hidden extra blankets under the main duvet because she gets cold easily)… I’m sleeping on the floor, for being a scumbag.

posted 13 hours ago

vallota:

woooo off to lax to start my journey to new zealand

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oh my fucking god, when you get here i’m going to punch you in your shitty tori face for this

posted 13 hours ago

thetrickstergoddess:

ironreavers:

Why isn’t tumblr all over Helen Clark? She was not only the first elected female prime minister of New Zealand but she’s also the first female administrator of the UNDP, the third highest position in the United Nations. She was against the Iraq War, saying that a war in Iraq would make the world LESS safe from terrorism instead of more safe. She is also a proponent for gender equality, saying that “any serious shift towards more sustainable societies has to include gender equality” AND doesn’t shy away from acknowledging society’s problems - including the country that she was the Prime Minister of, admitting to Sir Ian McKellen that "New Zealand was really a very racist country, and she was determined to do everything she could as prime minister to change that”.

She is seriously one of my heroes and I wish more people knew about her.

Yep. She served three terms and is one of our longest serving leaders. The country flourished under her leadership and she promoted disarmament and antimilitarism, free trade, human rights and true democracy. Due to her, we were the first country in the world to sign a free trade agreement with China.

In 2012 she was ranked the 23rd most powerful person in the world.

The Solomon Islands awarded her with [can’t remember the exact name f the honour] for restoring law, order and peace to the nation and our country voted her as the greatest New Zealander.

She and her party

  1. bulldozed the conservatives to give more power to workers and their unions
  2. they started “Closing the Gaps” which was a movement targeting Maori employees and trying to make sure they were being paid and treated fairly
  3. decriminalised prostitution
  4. legalised civil unions
  5. started things like Kiwibank and Kiwisaver
  6. refused to send troops to Iraq
  7. abolished interest on student loans
  8. brought in ‘time and a half’- employees being paid their usual wage, plus half that again when working on public holidays + gave workers four weeks’ paid annual leave
  9. created more than 800 jobs in the mental health sector, most of these jobs being part of a national support system for those suffering mental illness. 800 doesn’t sound like many, but at that point, our entire population was only three million remember
  10. introduced bills that made buying a house actually do-able for those previously unable

Helen Clark’s a fucking international icon and an absolute pioneer in so, SO many ways. I can’t extol her virtues and strength enough.

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posted 16 hours ago

pkmntrainermadoka:

when ur friend starts liking something u rly like

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posted 1 day ago

jearming:

when xkit is moving slow and something you have blacklisted shows on your dash and you see it for like a second and then it disappears but THE DAMAGE HAS BEEN DONE