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  1. grrfret

    Last movie you watched!

    1408. Even though I knew the plot from the novel, it still had some scares in there. Really good film.
  2. grrfret

    What are you reading?

    Just started reading Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson. Only one chapter into the first book so far, but I'm already hooked.
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    What Are You Listening To?

    A couple of songs I've been listening to lately:
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    Easy Songs to Learn on Ukulele?

    Check out https://scorpexuke.com/songs/ for a good list of ukulele songs to learn with chord diagrams. You can order by number of chords for some easy 3 to 4 chord songs to learn to start with. Ukulele Cheats is also a really good teacher to learn from on YouTube.
  5. grrfret

    Point-and-click adventure games

    I also really like The Longest Journey. It's one of my favourite games, and certainly lives up to its name in also being one of the lengthiest adventure games I've ever played. I never played Dreamfall (at the time it was released my PC wasn't powerful enough to play it) or Dreamfall Chapters...
  6. grrfret

    What video game are you playing...

    Started playing through GTA IV a few days ago. It's a game I'd got maybe half-way through in the past but I want to see it through to the end this time. Currently about 20% of the way through the story. Also just completed Donut County, which was fun ^_^ And continuing to play hidden object...
  7. grrfret

    What are you reading?

    The Hollow Places by T. Kingfisher and Return to the Center of the Earth by Greig Beck.
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    What's your all time favorite book?

    An absolute favourite of mine is "The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August" by Claire North.
  9. grrfret

    What's your all time favorite book?

    Ooh, I forgot about Timeline. Excellent book and I also couldn't stop reading once I started. "Quantum Foam makes me roam". Congo and Sphere, also by Michael Crichton, are also really good.
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    What's your all time favorite book?

    I forgot to mention Watchers by Dean Koontz. One of my favourite books of his.
  11. grrfret

    Recommended cyberpunk games on pc?

    All point and click adventure games: Gemini Rue, Beneath a Steel Sky, Technobabylon, Blade Runner.
  12. grrfret

    What video game are you playing...

    Thimbleweed Park
  13. grrfret

    Search video editing program

    I personally use Camtasia, but it's pretty expensive. I'd really recommend it for all the things you mentioned though, although I'm sure there's some good free programs out there too.
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    What Are You Listening To?

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    Working from home now?

    I work in retail selling non-essential items so we closed today for the foreseeable future. Just waiting to hear if the 80% promised company payout will be based on minimum contract hours (which are not high) or on average hours worked over the past few months. Hoping it'll be the latter, but...
  16. grrfret

    Good furry webcomics?

    I highly recommend Angel in the Forest by yinller: www.webtoons.com: The Angel in the Forest Really well written story, great art style.
  17. grrfret

    Favorite Disney Animal Movies

    Fox and the Hound I think will always be up there with my favs. Lion King, Robin Hood and Zootopia also.
  18. grrfret

    What's your all time favorite book?

    Marley and Me - Not many books have had the ability to make my cry with laughter and sadness at the same time. Other notable mentions for excellent books are Five Hundred Mile Walkies by Mark Wallington and A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson.
  19. grrfret

    Post the last thing you laughed at online

    Didn't initially find this funny when a friend showed it to me, but watch til the end...
  20. grrfret

    Furry Interactive Text Adventure Games (NSFW)

    Ok, this one took a while but I've made a basic map of Deer's Journey. It lists items and significant objects in locations, but currently doesn't explore all possible exits or any of the character dialogue branches. I'll try and add that at some point. Hope it helps!