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I was born on the same day The Legend of Zelda released in Japan: 2/21/86. I feel this gives me some sort of privilege that others don't seem to recognize.

I've been a visitor since 2011, and a more active member in the past year or so. I also bought into HUGE the first year it was introduced, and also this year because I forgot to cancel the automatic renewal.

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This is my wife and baby girl.


From a 2009 camping excursion to the Allegheny National Forest. What you're looking at is a dreamy photo of an unwashed man with dirt-and-sweat-slicked hair.



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Blood: it's what swords crave.

Ryu splatters

So this has been on clearance for a while now (at least the past two months) and it's still there every time I go back to check on it and don't end up buying it. That potentially changes right now!

One might question why they are selling new copies of this game for only 7 bucks, but hey, I don't understand what being part of an extremely powerful and rich corporation does to ones rationality.  Maybe next they'll start selling barbecue grills in exchange for group hugs.  Maybe some insane stockholder will start hanging out of a Cessna while flying over New York City firing an assault rifle full of blanks.  I don't know.  I can't tell you what's going to happen next in this nutjob world (except that there's likely someone involved in the Mexican drug trade scheduled to have their head cut off in the next hour).

What I do know is that you can buy this game for 7 (seven) dollars NEW for your Wii U console and enjoy dismembering probably innocent soldiers just following orders on your little gamepad thing. That sounds like fun. That sounds like something I'd really, really enjoy.

I haven't actually played this game, but I heard it's leaps and bounds better than the extremely lackluster Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 versions, so I'm going to jump on this. Will any of you friends be doing the same?

Pro tip: Choose the "pick up in store" option for free shipping. If you jog or bike to your Walmart to pick it up, it seems like an even better deal.

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