ive been writing comedy esports satire
i helped lead this article i think its funny
It might be small, but a green line like that indicating where a character's been ordered to move to would be a really nice quality of life change. Would also work well for queued movement commands.
Okay so I went ahead and took the two links from earlier and made them PoE friendly, currently uploading to imgur. I tested it, seems to work fine.
Did you do that by hand for each one, or did you write a script to do it? I used photoshop for the portait I liked. Just curious how you went about it.
On rerolling- I've rolled several characters now just to get kind of the basics on how they tick. Playing through the prologue has been more than enough for me as I'm interested in seeing where the story actually goes. I did stick with my rogue (my second character) after being disappointed with my chanter, though. My advice is to roll the paladin and see if you like it better. If so, roll with it. Progressing through the story goes MUCH faster the second time around, when you don't have to listen or read the dialogue and you know exactly where to go to progress the story.
Irfanview Batch Conversions and Renaming.
Female Album 1
Female Album 2
Female Album 3
I broke it roughly by gender appearance because there are male and female folders, but in game it doesn't matter.
Someone mind summarising that for me? As it were for a child, as it were. My brain has just stopped this afternoon.This is an amazing piece of
gobsmacking audacityrhetorical work
The mind boggles.Treasurer Joe Hockey has said Australia is “losing control of our destiny from a taxation perspective” because of “holes” in the tax treatment of multinational corporations, as a parliamentary committee prepares to grill global companies about the tax they pay and former tax officials warn that the tax office has lost the expertise to tackle the problem.
Despite Hockey’s concerns, the government rejected a recent suggestion from Labor to save $1.9bn over four years from multinational companies which avoid Australian tax by loading debt into their Australian operations, although it did make some changes to the so-called thin capitalisation rules last year.
The Coalition is also moving to exempt 700 private companies from new tax transparency rules because of fears it could jeopardise their safety and possibly lead to kidnappings. Hockey’s tax discussion paper proposes “a lower corporate tax rate” as one way to tackle the problem because it “would reduce the incentive for tax planning and profit shifting from Australia.”
“This would potentially reduce the revenue that is lost to tax planning and allow the resources devoted to tax planning and compliance activities to be used more productively in the economy,” the discussion paper says.