I have a great weather station. I look out the window, if it's raining I wear a coat if it's not, I don't. Cheap but effectiveI finally completed the Durarara!! x2 series with the last two Aniplex volumes for my collection:
I also picked up an inexpensive but colorful weather station with a wireless outdoor sensor and lot of informative data on the screen:
Well, this weather station was a whopping $27 from Amazon, so it's cheap and even more effective - I like having the humidity and barometer readings since I'm very sensitive to humidity, and I especially like the daily highs and lows for temp and humidity both inside and out, which reset at midnight every day. It replaces an identical unit I had that died after 2 years, and the reviews seem to indicate they don't last long (cheap Chinese junk), so I also purchased a 4 year extended warranty for an extra $4, so I can replace this one for all but free when it goes.I have a great weather station. I look out the window, if it's raining I wear a coat if it's not, I don't. Cheap but effective
To the batcave, Robin! Lol, I've got electronics all through my house - I used to collect, buy and sell higher-end vintage stereo equipment from the 70's and early 80's up until about 10 years ago, and still have a good bit of it setup around the house. I even have a Marantz quadraphonic receiver from 1974 - probably older than most of you kids on here, lol - I remember some of the local FM radio stations broadcasting music in 4 channels back then when I was in high school, so it's a somewhat nostalgic piece for me.His house must be like the batcave though
They used to alternate, oor Wullie one year, the broons the next. I was never much of a fan of the broons. I have got every oor Wullie annual going back to 1966 (the year I was born). I'd love to get some of the even earlier ones but they go for silly money. I once saw someone selling the first one (1941) and they were asking £25,000 for itMy Grandad always used to get us that and The Broons
You'll want to install that asap if you want to play it any time soon. The disc version requires a 50gb patch to play it.View attachment 5162
The bad game™ is here!
I'm mainly here for the Zombies mode since there's four maps on release with the first Ultimis map in 8 years, a return to Alcatraz for the Primis group as well as a new Chaos Story which should really give Jason Blundell and Craig Houston a lot more freedom with the story.
From what I've played of the Beta, Multiplayer was a step in the right direction feeling more traditional and yet changing certain elements enough to make it a unique experience.
Blackout is my first proper experience with the battle royale genre and considering they've had less than a year to make it, I think they've done a great job so far. Blackout is a great way to celebrate the last 10 years with references across the past four games.
If Treyarch delivers on the community support they've shown the past few months this could easily be the best game cycle in the series. So yeah I'm hyped.