Pestneb

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  1. The Legend of Zelda BoTW2

    Maybe they could have blacksmiths in villages, each smith can only make one type of item, requires certain resources to pay for it. They only can craft one item at a time, and it takes x amount of real life time before the weapon is crafted. To allow them to make new weapons you need to show them an example (maybe unused?) and weapons could be tiered, so the smith needs you to invest (like the fairies) so that they can craft the next level up of weapons... something along those lines maybe...
  2. Pokémon Direct - June 5th: 2pm

    And to be fair, think about animals, most people only seem to be aware of a few dozen really common ones, or ones that have made a big impact (big cats like Lions and tigers, polar bear, panda, etc.) Most creatures are over looked, so it's pretty normal really that it happens with fake ones too. I would love a full pokemon ecosystem to exist in game though. And by that, I would expect there to be carnivores.. perhaps a bit too dark for pokemon games though.... stumbling across a meowth munching on a pidgey corpse...
  3. Brexit 2019

    Can Parliament force a revocation? I'm now vaguely aware that they can wrestle control from the government, but are they actually able to push legislation through without the governments say? I guess it would only take a few conservative rebels to give a majority to any such move, just didn't realise that was actually possible. So googled a bit and apparently it is possible, but would require at least 50% of parliament to work together... and given the last few months (well.. years now) I don't think that seems too likely...
  4. Brexit 2019

    I don't think it's the "female" part that's the issue, more the politician part. Cameron, Clegg (sure he was deputy but "let's scrap student fee's... oh, now I'm in power... well ok then, let's triple them!"), Brown and I think Blair. They all had huge failures. Tbh I like May least for her work as a home secretary. I think the outcome of brexit is looking better now, for both remain and leave camps. I was looking at the contenders for next PM, Gove is my main "no thanks" out of the bunch, I think Johnson is current favourite from what I've read so far (not too sure why though)
  5. Marvel's Phase Three

  6. Languages

    not a news website, but I found this a while back www.nintenderos.com Not stuck to it tbh because I don't have a switch so my interest in Nintendo is pretty much in hibernation, but at least it seems to be native spanish and on a topic you might be interested in. I have found news on there before it came out in English before, and it was accurate (not sure how reliable they are though, as I said, I haven't followed them much)
  7. Brexit 2019

    Sorry but it's not bollocks. 1) I was talking about the backstop, not the border. Nothing against what you wrote, but it is irrelevant because you're arguing against a point I never made. 2) Actually, again not bollocks. Post brexit who knows, but if freedom of movement is retained it would be far easier for me to return to the UK without my UK (but with my EU) citizenship than with it. 3) I have seen plenty of it with my own eyes, it's not enforced dictatorship style but it certainly has been produced. and here : https://www.tes.com/news/eu-propaganda-schools 4) sure, but then the vote to remain was far from the truth. 5) Point, I imagine no one would have voted to save his skin, though I put it mainly as a counter to the opposing option, which I suspect did carry a few votes!
  8. Brexit 2019

    I think the Irish border is a trump card that the EU is using, I do thing they are being a little facetious with it and with this backstop plan, quite frankly it gives too much power to the EU in future negotiations. Brexit as I gather was about: controlling immigration Sovereignty (I find it appalling that I could renounce my UK citizenship and then have greater rights in the UK as an EU citizen - equal would be fair enough, but superior is just really wrong) Trade - being able to make deals independently, free of the EU's protectionist inward looking stance I think people disliked the idea of paying the EU money, then the EU giving x amount back, but stipulating how that money could be spent, so basically more financial independence for the UK Fear of never being given another chance to leave (and tbh I think had the referendum come a decade later the vote would have been different - the amount of EU propaganda aimed at primary school kids is astonishing) Forcing Cameron out (and ideally forcing a general election +defeat for the tories) For remaining there was status quo, agreement with the EU's main principles, economy (being part of the 3rd biggest economy & trade with the rest of the EU as an insider) Supporting the conservative party + Cameron this is off the top of my head, I'm sure there are other more negative reasons (such as racism - which could have led people to either choice tbh) But basically, any Brexit agreement on the cards (the one offered by the EU, aka May's deal) doesn't really seem to tick many of those boxes off... the only two that seem to work are the two that government have 100% ruled out - No deal, or edit undo on Brexit.
  9. Brexit 2019

    Rather than a referendum, an indicative vote might be a better choice. Leave No deal on there so people can have their say. Sure no one option would have a majority (most likely) but it would show clearly if people want the customs union, single market, freedom to strike our own trade deals etc. Personally I think that should have happened at the general election - vote for the party, and then have an indicative vote on how you would like brexit to shape up. It would have given May a basis for her negotiations... the actual people's will.It also would have brought something useful with the election. I think having all 6 options (not counting the referendum one) put to the public would be totally valid, it would finally show where people are. It would actually give us a chance to vote with some idea of what is being voted for (Never once did any one mention hard/soft brexit or what that would involve)
  10. Brexit 2019

    There are things the Norway plus doesn't deal with, it is, imo, a dumb choice, taking the worst parts of a hard brexit and losing the main benefits of remaining. It's very understandable the EU wants the UK to remain at least in some form (I understand the UK is currently the second largest net contributor to the project?) and that is why they refused to discuss trade with May prior to this agreement going through - it makes a huge issue of the N.I border, and also makes the value of the 40M "divorce fee" unclear - if the trade deal we get is as bad as no deal for example, probably very poor value for money. I'm not too fussed with either option (Brexit or remain), I just feel that in should be in, out should be out, hanging in the doorway just seems awkward and indecisive. I don't believe there is a good option any more either, it's been dragged out too long, began too political, became even more political, and frankly I don't think Brexit means Brexit at all any more, it seems to me that it simply means "to bicker". I just read Sumo's link, so yeah, what that guy said on Norway.
  11. Brexit 2019

    Yeah.. tbh I really don't see the point of "leaving the EU" but remaining in the single market, what "benefits" would that bring? No deal has "able to make own deals and we are accountable to ourselves" and No brexit has the advantage of the status quo, but surely the single market option corbyn likes (at least the only way the EU would be happy to agree to) would basically just be "in the EU but without as much sway". Seems a bit like leaving the room.. but standing in the doorway? As I see it 100% brexit or 100% EU are the only options that make any sort of sense to me, both have positives and negatives but the route May seems to be taken only seems to have negatives
  12. Brexit 2019

    I think there is agreement that May's deal is shockingly bad, beyond that... I almost feel a referendum is the most sensible choice, but actually think it would cause more problems than solutions, an you imagine the atmosphere in the country in the build up and aftermath? Either outcome would result in some very bitter individuals which could be dangerous.
  13. Brexit 2019

    Right now Brexit is reminding me of an old dad's army episode pretty much this scene I think May's deal is the worst possible outcome, basically the benefits of Brexit (they do exist) can't be realised, and nor can the full benefits of being in the EU (which also exist) be realised. So I pretty much expect that it will end up being an interim arrangement, I suspect we will return to the EU at a later date on relatively negative terms, paying in effectively more and getting less out of it, or gravitate more to the US and distancing ourselves from the EU if the EU becomes less attractive in some way (like they refuse to let us return! :D). In any case, it's been a real pigs ear.
  14. Brexit 2019

    tbh I think if food is VERY clearly labelled I don't see a huge problem with it. if US meat HAS to be labelled clearly as coming from the US, and cannot claim not to be bleach chicken without providing very rigorous evidence, let them do it. We already have chlorine around us plenty so it's a choice. And I mean, here in europe we've got another meat scandal with rotten and diseased meat (fit only for dog food.. if even that) having been sold in butchers. Not sure if you heard about that in the UK, but basically even if the EU has procedures, that doesn't mean they are followed correctly by every European business. . Fed up with brexit now, I think an extension is looking likely but right now I just want it over and done with. It's like the gilets jaune over in France, it's so boring already!
  15. Star Trek Masturbatathon

    yeah a bit of a let down. I watched some old trek episodes, and tbh looking back the writing has often been a bit lame, but I think the casting was a lot better. I also think that there not being a captain as the protagonist may be part of the issue. For me, really the captain is the core character, and this just hasn't had one stable captain. I'm not an expert by any means, but generally, the original, tng, ds9 and voyager all had 1 captain I recall Dr took control of voyager in one (or more?) episodes of voyager, but the main captain remained Janeway, just she was incapacitated. Anyway, I don't see Burnham as a character that the others can build around, and in an absence of a strong captain... I don't think things will improve. But mainly, the writers are doing a terrible job - I've seen a fan made film that was pretty much on par with this series.... in fact perhaps even better