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Rian Johnson’s Star Wars Trilogy Has Been Delayed at Lucasfilm

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  1. That is "debatable", haha. I can always go into more details, if you wish to know.

  2. I'm certainly curious, if for no other reason than I'd like to get into this line of work

  3. Not to be rude but some of your grammar leads me to doubt your bonafides as an editor

  4. I haven't seen hardly anyone mention that this is apparently based off the A.S. Byatt short story The Djinn in the Nightingale's Eye. A.S. Byatt, if you don't know, also wrote the novel Possession, which was the source for the 2002 film of the same name.

  5. There's a second one? Amazing! I used to watch endless youtube videos of the first one

  6. His was the only one of the trilogy worth watching. It was at least original and had some sort of thematic consistency.

  7. Don't feel bad, this is entirely correct. It might not have been perfect but it was the best of the new trilogy and way more interesting than the other two.

  8. Aw, I hope they're wrong, but it does sound like they did a more thorough and logical investigation and analysis. We need a few good studies to specifically focus on this!

  9. Opossums eat ticks but I believe there are better methods of natural tick control. Chickens will eat more ticks than opossums can, they're voracious.

  10. Do you know of a novel that holds interest and suspense despite consisting heavily of internal dialogue? I don't doubt that it's possible, I'm just hard pressed to figure out how that would work.

  11. Have you ever seen Waiting for Godot? It's a play that is essentially what you're describing. The conflict comes from character interactions and motivations rather than external forces.

  12. Whatever PbtA Strikes my fancy, but probably Masks: A New Generation, if I'd have to pick one. I always whip that one out, if a session is cancelled and I have players who haven't tried it yet.

  13. Such a solid game, I probably enjoy running masks more than almost any other system

  14. Lol, I did the same thing for my D&D group, with the same bottles. Much different cocktail though. Mine was unsweetened cranberry juice, rye, allspice dram and a ginger/turmeric syrup. I really tried to lean in to the "health" angle.

  15. What's your turmeric syrup recipe? Sounds like a great way to get a bright yellow/orange into a drink and some interesting flavours.

  16. Pretty simple, I make a 2:1 honey syrup and grate in about 5 or 6 fresh turmeric roots and one large ginger root. Simmer for about 15 minutes, then allow to cool and strain the solids out.

  17. Then it doesn't really work if OP is looking for a noun, does it?...

  18. This is a great book. Any fan of Neil Gaiman or Susanna Clarke will be able to see how it influenced them

  19. Most of the Guardsmen books in Terry Pratchett's Discworld series would fit if you want some humor with your fantasy. I would also say the Ravnica novels from Magic the Gathering are super involved with city politics and though it's been a long time since I red them, I recall enjoying them.

  20. Most beginning writers start by imitating. There's nothing wrong with copying ideas. Most ideas aren't original and it's much easier to come up with stories by writing something that's similar to what you like. Writing is never "easy" but it does get easier with practice.

  21. Strawberry daiquiri- not the frozen blended kind but a classic daiquiri with the berries simply shaken in with everything else. Extremely simple but delicious!

  22. How spicy did it end up being? I've been thinking over a spicy mezcal drink myself and have been waffling between fresh chiles or getting a bottle of Ancho Reyes

  23. Kinda same thing happened to me. I was once in class (not sure what the English name for subject where you cook shit is called), and me and this girl had made brownies. When the teacher came to check on how well we made them, she said that the brownie batter was sloppily poured into the baking pan, and out of fucking nowhere, this other bitch that was in my class doing the same assignment in another group, came and said "Yeah, I saw [me] do it poorly."

  24. If you're interested, that class is usually called "Home Economics" in the U.S.

  25. When I was a kid I used to smell my ballet shoes for that smell. My parents must have thought I was a real freak.

  26. I am here to sing the praises of Genesys. Only downside is you'll need to do some world building type work.

  27. I'm split on this. On the one hand, I think Genesys is a brilliant system and I would happily play a gothic horror game using it. But I think a well built Genesys character is still pretty powerful and that might run counter to what OP wants.

  28. It depends on what you're going to use it for. If it's for work emails, sure. For fiction? Well, not trying to be clever but why pay for a service when you can just.... learn to write better? You'll need to be able to self-edit eventually and the kind of edits grammarly suggests are going to be fairly rudimentary.

  29. I guess it depends on how you read it but I would say Hamlet is likable. He's sympathetic, at least. His father was assassinated and his father's ghost commands him to avenge his death. Hamlet's methods are bizarre but, y'know, there's method in it.

  30. Firefly the TTRPG and one based on the show Carnivale (Dustbowl era supernatural carnival freaks)

  31. Yeah it does! I wonder if you just mix it all together if it would still sink?

  32. Based on what little I know about floating stuff, my guess is no. But why would you want to? The colors are gorgeous!

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