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Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt


Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt

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What Happens When BioShock Infinite Responds to Criticism: Commentary on Burial At Sea Episode 2 »


Playing as Elizabeth in BaS2, we return to one of the Columbia universes in the minutes before Daisy is murdered. As Elizabeth crawls through the vents to avoid detection, she witnesses an unexpected conversation between Fitzroy and the Luteces. We discover from this scene that Fitzroy’s threat to kill Fink’s son is a ploy developed by the Luteces—they want Daisy to initiate this action as a way to prompt Elizabeth to kill her. For some utterly unexplained reason, they believe that this is necessary for Elizabeth’s development. They want Daisy to sacrifice herself and die at Elizabeth’s hand as a way to push Elizabeth into womanhood.

Daisy offers little resistance to this plan (hold on to this thought, we’re coming back to it momentarily). Rosalind then asks what marks the difference between a girl and a woman. Daisy answers: “Blood.”

fuck ken levine pt. infinite

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"All right, Simmons. Let’s see what you’re hiding."

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pokemon: “we put a Great Ball in a trash can on the SS Anne once and players are now compelled to check literally every single trash can in every single game”

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comic © me

satan © himself

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Fire Emblem: Awakeningファイアーエムブレム覚醒』

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  • me: do you want to see pictures of my kids?
  • me: *opens wallet*
  • me: *takes out 3ds*
  • me: *opens fire emblem*
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