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Have you ever wanted a sandbox game similar to Spelunky that uses time travel as its central mechanic? That's exactly what Moresome Games is doing with Tic Toc - a time traveling sandbox game that allows you to bend time to your will. Want to the asteroid from wiping out the dinosuars? You can do so, yet be aware: the present could be full of only evolved, intelligent dinosaurs! Want to stop a plague? It's possible - but by doing so, you may cause a continent to be overpopulated and hungry for more land.
It's the many scenarios that randomly play out in Tic Toc (currently seeking crowdfunding on Kickstarter), and it's a pleasure to interview the two men responsible for this unique, time traveling sandbox title - Kyle Warwick and Mitchell Rowe. It's a fascinating discussion with two guys that truly have a unique game on their hands. Love time traveling? Enjoy sandbox titles? Then this is an interview you will not want to miss!
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Pet Talk is hosted by Dr. Jeff Wayman the owner of the Cass County Animal Hospital located in Belton Missouri.
The mission of Pet Talk is to reach our listeners and web visitors, directly and interactively and provide valuable information to help pet lovers and their pets live the happiest and healthiest lives as possible. Our goal is to assist the listeners in achieving their pet care objectives – thoughtfully and prudently – through education and ongoing communication.
Through our interactive call in radio talk shows, Pet Talk is able to teach all levels of pet owners the technical skills needed for caring in today’s world. Through these media, Pet Talk is able to provide the best medical and behavior advice available today. In order to get the best information available, Dr. Jeff Wayman provides the most current news and comprehensive advice available. Sitting in with Dr. Jeff will be comedians Elliott Threatt or Jim Heath the founders of KCTalkRadio. If you would like to be a guest on a Pet Talk show and ask Dr. Jeff a question, you can e-mail you information to PetTalk@KCTalkRadio.com.
Alan used to cover the games like he owned them, and yes he owned them quite well. So, I want to focus on the gameplay of one particular game show. The legendary Dragon will be growling when you select the square.
It's Tic-Tac-Toe with Trivia and prizes, early video wall graphics and that famous Dragon.
It's Tic-Tac-Dough! The Barry-Enright production Wink Martindale hosted.
We'll also have the Reality Show Roundup and the news of the last week.
See you on Game Show Tonite!
-- FSSI Update
Changes in leadership at both OMB and GSA opens door for new direction for FSSI
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SBA commits to implementing MP Program for all small businesses
-- MPU Call to Action
The MPU Network Members are sourcing Mentor Relationships, engaging their Congressional Representatives and they are remaining focused on ensuring that SBA follows through on implementation of the Mentor Protégé program for all Small Businesses.
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Discussion helps find the social comfort level. In fact, it makes all the difference, something special all the day.
A dash of stoic is probably useful for that moment when Mr Dawkins steps forward with such pertient matters that one would want to address to avoid sounding vacant. Of course that would satisfy my own notion that people are generally a thoughtless bunch until they feel a vested interest in the topic. It doesn't matter until it matters to me.
Do we want to be part of the portion of thinking reasoning people? Or are we satisfied by default with the alternative ? This seems to put pressure on me. Common sense tells me there is an infinite number of essential questions. I am 64. Even though I take in information differently today than when I was a 10 year old boy, the clocks tic off time the same. Today, it seems as we age, feel a need to interrupt change. Our perception remains as it has been but we tire more quickly; our bodies and minds need to be fed differently. Knowing this key to a renewed sense of mastery and accomplishment. Without this key, we are rudderless fools stranded on a shoal.
Today, being unable to thoughtfully address serious questions of life would be a sign that I have squandered this life. Freemasonry heightens the expectation for answers.
Is there an explanation of the entire universe? Would a magnificent G-d be an entity to negotiate favours, that conducts magic acts? Is the creator limited to human qualities?
Of all that is in the universe, we are bags of molecules that are able to understand. Is there purpose to that consciousness? Are we destroyers of our own existence?
Are we by nature, zenophobic, paranoid, tribal animals? Or are we capable of casting a web of trust that connects all peoples, as brethren?
I could use some advice...