I refuse to believe that a lawyer uses Tumblr.
@Cow Chop, Oh and as an aside, Bethesda just announced TES6 and I am so god damn happy!
@Cow Chop, yeah but f76 is online, so that sucks
@Captain Anderson, You can still play it solo offline, it isn't exclusively online.
@Cow Chop, it still means they’re diverting resources from making a better focused single player experience
@Captain Anderson, I haven't played a Bethesda game where I was disappointed with the story or gameplay, and I feel like Fallout 76 is going to follow suit, but they wanted to experiment with it and make it a more social game and I think it's going to be unique, and I'm looking forward to it.
@Cow Chop, after Starfield comes out.
@Cow Chop, Thats what everybody said about ESO and look how that turned out.
@Cow Chop, I can’t say that f3’s combat was that engaging, and f4’s story could have used a few more rewrites. Bethesda doesn’t make actual rpgs anymore, just game worlds that are really fun to explore with a leveling system tacked on
@Cow Chop, I won’t be happy until we know the state of modding in 76. I hold out hope for optional private servers that allow mods if nothing else. Also while they announced TES6 all the info we have is a landscape and that it won’t be this year, that’s plenty of time for it to become the 76 of TES.
@Cow Chop, who cares when kingdom hearts 3 just announced a release date?
@Captain Anderson, I see 76 as more of spinoff or side game, they wanted to try something new, I'll at least give it a shot. I'm more worried about Anthem turning out badly than I am fallout 76..
@Cow Chop, But they announced it years ago! This time they just added a shiny informationless trailer. We'd be in the same exact position if they'd done nothing at all.
@Cow Chop, yes but the drop in drop out nature of online almost certainly means no mods at all.
@Captain Anderson, You're right, but I thrive off of multiplayer experiences so I'm pretty excited
@Cow Chop, You better not be lying to me
@Cow Chop, dog i really really don't want to be the one to do this but even in Bethesdas post, and in the video Todd says you can play solo, but it's online only
@Captain Anderson, other guy is wrong it's online only, sorry dog I don't like breaking bad news
@Captain Anderson, but that means we can play together!
@The Tower Of Pimps, and to top it off both are "next gen" titles which means we have at least 2-3 years for Starfield and 3-4 for ES6
@Cow Chop, fallout? Social? Experiment? Oh God its happening
@Cow Chop, man FORGET es6 and fo76, WERE GETTING SKYRIM VSE!!!
@Cow Chop, If you are lying to me I will find you and end you. All joking aside, I am super super excited!!!!
@Cow Chop, I was so ready to tease my friend a whole bunch because they announced F76 but not ES6 (he's not big on Fallout but likes ES), then I woke up and checked what was announced and found my joke was no longer viable. I'm still excited for both, however.
@Captain Anderson, I might actually play fallout now. not because I have friends to share the experience with but because I love solo queing and destroying other groups bases. And the fact that they have nuclear missiles lmao too easy
Lawyers have no tears
@eleven, they do, they just dry them with $50 bills and it’s all ok.
@Blackmagicm93, Hold It!
We use funny pics too.
@guy212183, yeah me too -]
What do you practice?
@Honaw Fierceclaw, personal injury, Denver Colorado. You?
@guy212183, very cool! -]
Do you like it?
Business and patent law, Orange California
@Honaw Fierceclaw, PI work is tons of fun. Still get a rush when taking money from insurnace companies. Biz and patent law sounds fun? Do you have a lot of client interaction?
I would imagine beating insurance companies is awesome, especially with how much of a pain they are
I enjoy them -]
A little less interaction with patent law. Sometimes it is entirely over the internet and barely meet
More interaction in business law. We help companies startup and do securities law. So a lot of hand holding and helping them
It is great to see a business idea go from a client's dream to a real working company
What would make a lawyer cry when arguing, I love to argue and it's never caused me to cry.
I'd also like to know how immoral and touched in the head do some lawyers have to be to defend someone clearly guilty of a horrible crime and other humanoid trash?