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Rumelylady last won the day on November 9 2017

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About Rumelylady

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  • Birthday 05/12/1987

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    Guelph, Ontario, Canada
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    Taking Chad's pants off.

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  1. Rumelylady

    What do you do?

    I'm an admin assistant in a psychology office that specializes in treating veterans, those still serving, RCMP, ambulance and police dispatch, and first responders. Two of the three psychologists I work for also still have independent practice clients that don't fall within those parameters. We're less than a year old, so we're still ironing out some kinks and getting some things going, but we've had a good response so far. I majored in psychology in university and then went to college for administration, so this job is really the best of both worlds for me. Previously I worked for a hospital as a clinical secretary in an off-site hemodialysis unit for 5 years and did a 1 year stint in their Privacy and Access office. That was a stressful year of intense impostor syndrome, but I learned some interesting things that I've brought to my current job.
  2. Rumelylady

    Red Dead Redemption 2 - What do you want to see?

    There better be blackjack again.
  3. Rumelylady

    PC gamers - thoughts please

    I don't think I really have any other multiplayer games other than L4D and WoW. I also often don't get home until 7pm EST and still have to shower and eat after that, so I don't think you would see me too often other than on weekends.
  4. Rumelylady

    PC gamers - thoughts please

    Hey! L4D2 is a game I actually have!
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    What mobile games do you play?

    Nah. I have a short attention span when it comes to mobile games.
  6. Rumelylady

    Spyro Remastered

    I have the remaster Crash games. The first Crash game was the hardest of the three originally. They jacked up the difficulty in the remaster. It's actually somewhat discouraging. I hope they don't do the same with Spyro, though they were always easy. I think I would probably choose Spyro over Crash? I think. I like them both a lot. Sypro always felt bigger to me for some reason.
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    Spyro Remastered

    Toot toot! I’m riding the hype train!
  8. Rumelylady

    Batman White Knight!

    We are. It's great. It's always my favourite when it's acknowledged that Batman is super fucked up. The two are Harley's are a neat idea as well.
  9. Rumelylady

    Time for another Marvel Reboot

    Just judging the change in our pull-list, I would definitely say this is true. Pre-DC Rebirth our list was about 80% Marvel, the rest various Image titles and Batman. Now it's a complete 180. I think our only Marvel titles are Darth Vader, Doctor Aphra, and Captain Marvel. Captain Marvel has been pretty lack luster as well, with the latest storyline being resolved in a single panel, but Carol Corps for life. Everything else is a pretty good split between DC and Image. Marvel can reboot all they want, but if they don't have decent writers then there aren't going to be the sales long-term. And dragging out their events for months and months and spread over several titles is annoying has hell as well. At least with DC's current event, Metal, it's kept basically to single issues and hasn't dipped into other stories. I honestly can't remember chunks of what happened in Civil War 2 because there was so much unnecessary crap.
  10. Rumelylady

    Katy Perry 'Assaults' Idol Contestant On TV

    Yeeeeaaaahhhh... definitely not a cool moved on her part and I hope she gets called out on it more publicly.
  11. Rumelylady

    World of Warcraft night

    Yeah. It would be pretty limiting if you couldn't. There's more zones and quests than one would need to reach cap all across the entire game. Most of those quest lines are pretty lore-rich as well and lead into the reasons for going into 5-man dungeons and 10/25-man raids.
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    World of Warcraft night

    I guess it might have been helpful to put a battle.net id rather than just the server I play on. If anyone feels like it I'm Shyama#1448 I hit the level cap this weekend. There's still so much story to play. I'm really liking Legion. And I also finally realized that I can practice/relearn healing by doing the Pandaria Proving Grounds. I'm rusty as hell.
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    Assassin's Creed: Origins

    It doesn't work (at least not from what we've done) where you just wander around semi-aimlessly and it tells you what you're looking at. They're more like mini tours in specific locations. For example, you go to a temple of some sort (can't remember where specifically) where they prepare the dead for the afterlife. You go to the point to start the tour and a golden thread shows up on the ground. You follow the thread around and can see what's going there. There are specific areas that act as stations where you are told whats going on there while an npc does it thing or it gives a close up on the area. There's also the option to open a small menu which has a transcription of what the guide is saying and picture of the object in our world today.
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    Quick Quiz!

    Shit. Note to self don't get distracted with doing real work when trying to take quizzes.
  15. Rumelylady

    Skool daze

    It seems like so many people (not here) try to pin events like this down to one exclusive factor, but there's definitely no easy answer. It's like asking someone what goes into a cake and all the say is flour. If someone tries to bake a cake with only four that's going to taste awful and isn't a cake at all. Mental health is a factor, access to guns is a factor**, there are cultural factors, lifestyle/home-life factors, and probably many, many more that I can't think of right now. Trying to fix one area isn't going to magically fix everything because each factor that leads someone to act out in this way is so layered and beyond the control of most people. I personally think that small incremental changes in many areas will have the greatest and best long-term results. Will the prevent this from ever happening again full stop? Not likely. But maybe that's someplace to start. ** I have to admit that I have zero idea regarding the process involved in buying a gun. I'll probably end up looking it up later, but the impression that I get from the media and social media it's basically, "hey honey on the way home from work today can you pick up eggs, bread, [insert gun name here]?" I assume that's probably totally incorrect, but that's just it seems like.

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