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For those who have progressed enough for some exploits.
The Force Awakens will be the second Star Wars film to have a PG 13 rating.
The Empire of The Mouse sure is having a field
Or Kimmel gave him a truckload of omney
To be fair TV talk shows don't work that way in the least, appearances by actors are driven by what they are promoting at the time, Harrison would make very little for an appearance if any at all.
Regardless, I don't think Harrison is hurting for money, although Disney is the parent company of ABC.
Still its not Carrie or the younger stars doing the talk show circuit its a LOT of Mr. Ford.
I have a bad feeling about this.
"Ok JJ if you promise to finally kill me off I will be your marketing monkey tool for the three months leading to the premier. Deal?"
We also see the female pilot Jessika Pava.
I once ask RA Salvatore, who wrote the novelization of The Phantom Menace, who would win in a fight, Drizzt Do'Urden or Darth Maul.
This was years before he killed Chewbacca.
Had I had a chance to to ask RA Salvatore a question after I read that book, I would have asked him how long he was a member of al-Qaeda.
How does that saying go?
$36k? Where I live, I could buy a small house with a yard for that much. It might even come with some chickens.
Rebuttal #1 We were discussing NY and SF prices, not some, I am sure, very lovey and pleasantly happy chicken ranch.
New York City has it's fair share of gaming, but not quite as open or nice as San Francisco. It's also up there in price, but probably easier to find a place that's slightly cheaper than San Francisco.
To be fair, there are places in New York city as nice and open as San Francisco.
In Central Park alone, thousands can watch free concerts ranging from Opera to Beyoncé.
There are very few places in the world that have as many models walking around the street like New York, case in point, the Victoria Secrets show was last night.
And we have the best public transport in North America, and you can game with gamers of every stripe, and visit a million restaurants and bars, and meet every possible ethnicity in the world, which can be found within the five boroughs.
We have NY Comic Con, now the largest Comic con.
And you can get a great one bedroom luxury apartment with doormen for under $36K a year, which is cheaper than a $90K studio in San Francisco.
baron arem heshvaun wrote:
I don't know why that link seems not to be going to my Paizo profile page, but on it you will see I have Epic Levels in Chocolate fiend, and where to get Masterwork Chocolate that gives massive circumstance bonuses with the ladies.
Transylvanian Tadpole wrote:
That's my subconscious, after all Masterwork Chocolate has been on my Paizo profile page for at least eight years now.
Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to the Dark Side. Maybe sometimes we need a little dark side, and it's not healthy or balanced to shut out perfectly good survival instincts, *or* to totally surrender to them, but better to find a balance between control and passion?
Luke defeated his father by using his emotions on board the Death Star II, so there is some rational to that.
Walk the fine line between The Light Side and The Dark Side.
I'm sure many a fallen Jedi over the eons thought the same way.
While the Imperial Class was always considered a full mile, the Super Class was always rather contested, ranging from 5 miles all the way to twenty.
West End Games established it at five miles which I personally felt was off the mark by another five miles.
It took ten years to alter that cannon, thanks in part to the people above, and yours truly campaigning for a change in the official description.
baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Extremely doubtful as there is more story to tell, but within the next nine strips we should get to the end of Hel's high (laid low) priest.
I stand by my theoretical calculations.
Funny, I think that is the first time I have actually seen Anti Life Shell cast in any game medium.
Love how MIT is the villian