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The writing for Korra and the other character is really good. They feel a lot like real people who deal with their problems in a realistic way (even if those problems involve shooting fireballs at each other). Put it this way: I had a genuinely difficult time choosing a picture of Korra to put at the top left of this post. No one picture really did a good job of summing up the entirety of her character. There's far more than can be contained within a single image.
And yet... I didn't love the ending. (Side note: This blog is spoiler-free)
Dead Space is scary.
Basically, GI digital just got a whole lot better.
Somehow I doubt it.
One of the most common questions I get as a person who reviews cell phones for a living is, "Which one is your favorite?" Usually when this question comes up, I feel the briefest flash of annoyance. The question is only a little bit annoying, though. The overwhelming majority of people can't be expected to know or even care about the differences between modern smartphones.
So why bother replacing it?
One of the ever-present joys of owning
an Xbox 360 is the failure rate. Red Ring of Death,
Lost- Sawyer's backstory
Andy McNamara Is Secretly An Alien