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For those who remember, I will forever think of that as "the Tortage effect."Torval said:You can sure tell Obsidian focused on the first half of Pillars and slid in on the second half. Designing games like that also garners higher review scores and nets better sales because people are just talking about the best part. It's also a much bigger issue with indie games than AAA games. The quality slide curve is much steeper for most indie games I've played compared to AAA titles.
My mother was diagnosed with it and treated in her late 50's and she was cancer free until she died at the ripe old age of 96.SBFord said:Without a single doubt, from September to June my treatment "featured" two surgeries, chemo and radiation and those months were the worst of my life. I had a 2-year-old who cried and ran from me when I had her dad shave my head when my hair started to fall out and who walked around with her hands in fists for the duration. I could hardly get out of bed every morning for 4-5 days after my every-other-week treatments but still did for her sake and to teach 2nd grade -- I didn't miss a single day that year.ceratop001 said:Breast cancer is very serious and I hope we find a cure one day.
I don't have a lock on the pain and terror a cancer diagnosis inspires. I'm blessed to be here today when so many others aren't. If wearing pink and supporting breast cancer initiatives in October and any others for all the other cancers out there every other month is the "price" of my survival, then I'll willingly pay it.
I celebrate every initiative like this regardless if it is in support of "my" cancer or some other one. And each and every day that I'm on this Earth, I am beyond grateful to have benefited from the generosity of donors who probably saved my life in one way or another.
I am committed to paying it forward.