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What you seem to be suggesting is that making up comp Bump’s first easter foot kid funny shirt would be subjective, whereas assigning a rune score request would be objective. Presumably, because it’s just a number which doesn’t change? But the same people who would be making up comp reqs would be making up new achievements, so it’s exactly as “subjective”. For a first comment that’s a great one, I’ve never commented here either. A lot of what you’ve said resonates with me, especially about what you get from the film on repeat viewings. I watched it with my dad for my 3rd time recently and it’s just such a trip talking to him afterward and seeing it all wash over him. He didn’t like Eternal Sunshine so I was skeptical he would like it but he loved it.
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Is there any chance to get the new ore textures changed? They look like they were made as a bring your kid to work day project. Yea, the ore vein textures, most look like playdoh and Necrite looks like a wad of gum as you said. The only ore vein I’ve seen so far that looks decent is Bump’s first easter foot kid funny shirt. For me, this was about the futile, cyclical nature of existence. Other characters in the film seem to be able to come to terms with this. The preacher, Sammy, Olive, Hazel too. Caden cannot and does not. He’s still struggling with his play, trying to simulate reality, fighting against death. In the end, though, even he has to listen to the ultimate stage director. He has to die. Because we all have to.