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  1. I currently only subscribe to John Constantine: Hellblazer.


    I used to read Elfquest, I didn't even realize they were they were still publishing new issues. I am considering getting into Proof, but my FLG&CS sold out of it quickly. Issue 3 comes out this month so I'll check that out when it comes in.


    My wife gets all the 30 Days of Night series that she can get her hands on.


    I'm in with my FLG&C guy I could ask what titles he's got the most subscriptions too. He's only been open since Halloween so he's still building customers but it could help.

  2. I don't know what else they may have added to it in 2000 years, but the core of the Hebrew Bible is only 5 chapters long. Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. They don't use any of the other chapters that Christian bibles have. Its still cool, just not as cool as I was thinking at first.


    You are incorrect the Hebrew Bible consists of 39 books, what you are confusing it with is the Tanakh, of which there are 3 parts the Torah (which is the first 5 books you mentioned,) the Nevi'ium (all the prophet books, and the Ketivum (the writings, Psalms, proverbs and the like.)


    It's still a interesting feat.

  3. I'd like to see how it handles obsticals though.

    It couldn't. Look at the video again, none of the legs have individual movement, they're all paired up front to back (left outside front to left outside rear, left inside front to left inside rear, etc) and they have a limited range of motion. They're moved by an attached arm that seems to work pretty much like an old locomotive train. The arm moves the leg in circular motion, the down and back strokes move the machine while the up and forward arcs move the leg back into position for the next step. But there doesn't look to be any way for the legs to be lifted higher to do something like move over rough terrain or vertical obstacles much higher than a curb.


    That's why I commented. I did notice that.


    I was noticing that too - I was also noticing how much the "foot pads" were slipping against the asphalt as well, particularly while he was trying to turn.


    I also noticed this.


    While a nifty little novelty, it on the whole doesn't seem very practical.

  4. Gil, one of the guards has decided to strike up a conversation with you, it's more or less "so how are things?" that kinda talk, more or less to break the silence of the night & to keep himself awake as well.


    Gil takes up the hints at conversation. "So do guys have to come out in the harbor and board a vessle often? Believe it or not thais is my first time on a ship. Yep, lived in the city all my life and never set foot on a ship. Has there been much smuggling of "exotic" creatures into the city? Have you seen anthy else weird lately?"


    Gil steps out of the way when the sgt. calls for help and keeps clear for others to help.

  5. Eew!



    Nothing can make beer palatable.


    Actually the beer will make the bacon unpalatable.



    It all depends on how you do it, I prefer a dab olive oil, heat the pan until it is very hot. Sear the filet on both sides to lock in the juices( season to liking first), then turn of the heat and let the already hot pan continue cooking it for a few minutes. Of course, I like a nice Medium-Rare.


    See you've gone and burned it now. It put it in the pan, count 3 flip, count 3 serve.

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