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People's memories of The Hobbit are pretty good then. I'd like to say WiseHacker's memory especially, but they admitted that they took a complete shot in the dark yesterday.

Nice work, anyway. Let's see how you all go today.

Good luck!


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    I'd like to say WiseHacker's memory especially, but they admitted that they took a complete shot in the dark yesterday.

    They?

    I may have been exceptionally quick and remembered you guys try to throw us of using Spectrum games, but there's only one of me, :-P

      They can be used when the gender of the person is not known. Might be even more applicable nowadays where a number of people do not refer to themselves in hetero-normative terms.

        Might be even more applicable nowadays where a number of people do not refer to themselves in hetero-normative terms.

        Not to get too far off topic but if I refer to someone as a he and the person is either female or doesn't identify to a binary gender, the person in question only has to make a civilised post asking me to not do so and I'll be happy to keep in mind in future.

        Pre-emptive measures, if that was the intention, only cause more confusion and effectively replace one problem with another.

        If someone is deeply offended for being misgendered then said person has bigger issues requiring resolution before posting a response.

          I imagine the practice would have come from print based times where the correction could not just be made immediately.

          I'm also guessing that journalists, bloggers etc also use they are gender neutral so that they do not need to make a correction later on (even one as easy as changing he to she or vice versa). Like you said getting a bit off topic but just my two cents.

            It's becoming more and more basic practice to remove gender pronouns, partially for the reasons outlined above, but predominately because they're really not necessary.

            I also find it makes more logical sense to use they/them etc. when you're referring to online nicknames in writing (and their full name hasn't been established or it isn't assumed knowledge for whatever reason).

    Looks like my fave gun from destiny - Red Death

    .hack//G.U.? For some reason it feels like one of the maps.

    Reminds me of a dagger I used in something like Might and Magic 6. This looks a little more futuristic than that one though, but very similar shape overall :) Meeeemories

    Kinda reminds me of one of the weapons in one of the ghouls 'n ghosts games but I'm probably wrong.

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