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Only one of these is in the British museum

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I mean if they do this one is a good candidate for guilt free piracy

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Looks at their political presenters...no way

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What is it with this world that we protect car crimes so much like nothing else gets consistent protection in western countries. There is nothing blocking vision here no loose surfaces he could have seen them for a mile which only leaves the driver at fault even if unintentional you have a social responsibility for the safety of others when you're in public. It's pretty obvious he did something that negated this. Riding with cameras is becoming as mandatory as a helmet these days

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cloaca its all the flavour makers

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I have the results

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Started out with mint back in the codec days. Now use Aurora at work , Bazzite at Home

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Most stable for me was 2 OS drives 1 storage, sorry it'll have to be Windows file system.

I'd recommend getting into your bios and disabling features that push windows as it won't give you the choice to also take the Windows OS drive out of primary.

Install windows first on one OS drive, then Linux on the other.

rEFInd used to be the bootloader I used and stopped windows messing about with the boot.

What's the need for Windows? Is it something you can virtualise?

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I'll be honest it does bug me I didn't blur them overall to match better :)

[-] [email protected] 34 points 5 days ago

Good for them, they worked hard making all...those..hmm, hey execs what happens when no ones left generating assets?

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I think the title has been an obvious one since Truss's term. The real story is how engaged people are now and the rise in the tactical vote over the spoiled ballot that could see them lose more.

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Just finished it on the pc having everything on high it looked so pretty. It was the perfect two weekend game about half as big as the first one introducing some more mechanics and leaning into stealth which became the most fun way for me to dispatch most the combat encounters.

It really only started falling apart at the end

spoilerAs usual with these games I'd done all the side missions with the aim of doing a ending run in one session. Map looked complete but no got to do one more for uncle Aaron.

The whole ending section of the game was just needlessly padded out from the museum section nice cameo though, to the final battle with the Tinkerer outstaying it's welcome after about the fifth time she yonks Miles into the air to the very end watching him crawl to the reactor for something that should have just been a cut scene.

Found Phins arc kinda meh all rushed at the end. Thought it would have been a lot better if she just trusted Miles and died trying to stop the reactor.

The game was a great noodle game I really like Miles as a character well worth it if you want a big game feel in a small package

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I just received this email saying that the response "did not respond directly to the request of the petition"

You recently signed the petition “Require videogame publishers to keep games they have sold in a working state”: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/659071

The Petitions Committee (the group of MPs who oversee the petitions system) has considered the Government’s response to this petition. They felt the response did not respond directly to the request of the petition. They have therefore asked the Government to provide a revised response.

When the Committee receives a revised response from the Government, we will publish this and share it with you.

Thanks, The Petitions team UK Government and Parliament

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