I figured he'd be easier to reach if I send him articles, since he responds better to being given time to process things solo.I've tried to do my own research on this, but the only articles that come up are on Pew Die Pie and are more focused on that specific event than on overall gaming and internet/meme culture.Even our TV shows, we interesting, but were relatively lacking in technical execution. It was a great show, but really the most advanced thing the kid ever did was turbo boost 20 feet in the air jump. Now we have shows like Agents of Shield, Black Lightning, Flash, Arrow and any many others, and we have the whole MCU to look at, and even though that DCEU hasn't given us the best movies, they are still far better than what we got with the first two Punisher movies and Howard the Duck. How often do you just take a look back and appreciate the time that we're living in?(No need to debate me on the other great movies of the 80's and 90's.By the way, yes, I was a little disappointed by his performance in Star Wars: Solo, but it wasn’t really him who let me down. I stream overwatch, gears of war 4, left 4 dead, killing floor1 and 2 and other new games. Use the appropriate spoiler tags for any plot points/theories you wish to discuss that may ruin the experience of others.i'm just tired of playing with people that don't get my humor and my culture add me on steam at Savage Patch Leek then i'll give you everything else. And as always, the rules of the subreddit and reddiquette apply. Interesting posts from the sub: Don't Fund the Next Dylann Roof: Dump Reddit! I remember growing up in a time when our cartoons were great.He was insisting that he'd never say it in real life, but that it was somewhat acceptable online.He was essentially defending it as part of gaming culture.
I felt connected to what he did as he cycled through multiple different emotions.It's weird because it's the first time (thankfully) I've had to educate a liberal family member and approach it from the "dealing with a white male" point of view.I really want to reapproach the conversation with him more eloquently, I know he can be educated on this, but he's grown up in a place so white that he's never had to be confronted about his whiteness.Tough thug, feminine stance, obliviously happy, stoic leader; with each one I could briefly feel what he was trying to convey. He’s what’s hot right now and I’m sure that Marvel would like to cash in on him as an actor as well.There’s only problem he’s already been cast in an extremely minor role in Spider-Man: Homecoming.Moreso, I'm referring to the anticipated effect of the movie on long-term popular culture. And as always, the rules of the subreddit and reddiquette apply. Interesting posts from the sub: Don't Fund the Next Dylann Roof: Dump Reddit! Discuss anything you wish about gaming, technology, life, comics, etc. So I'm super white and my baby brother (17) lives in an incredibly wealthy white town that's known for its lack of diversity.