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      Steam has made its own hand held game console. It can be used as a handheld or docked to a tv like the Nintendo Switch. Honestly, this looks like a solid hand held. Everyone that does PC gaming has a steam account and most likely alot of games already in their library. 

      There are three versions: $399, $529 & $649 depending on the internal storage. Its shipping December of 2021.


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    • On 2/21/2023 at 9:36 PM, Sledgstone said:

      I'm glad my relatives in Ohio are no where near this mess. What a huge disaster. I wouldn't trust any of that water or soil for growing edible plants in ever again. I bet anyone that was renting in that area will be fleeing. Anyone that owns a house there is screwed because all their property value has no doubt plummeted. I bet there will be all kinds of lawsuits just for the property value loss.


      wtf.. the train wasn't considered "high-hazardous" then wtf qualifies as high-hazardous... nuclear waste? wtf.

      And what a disastrous response from all the governments. Ohio governor doesn't declare it a disaster, Fema says its not a natural disaster so no help. Meanwhile I bet someone in Ohio is getting paid for letting dangerous chemicals to be transported through the state with no oversight. I know alot of politicians hate regulations and say "deregulation!" like crazy, but damn maybe there should be some better safety laws in place for the trains or prohibit these kinds of chemicals from being transported through populated areas or at least reduce their speed to prevent a catastrophic failure like this.

      the sad thing is it's already forgotten. everything after 2 weeks no one cares. that's what happened when a hurricane hit my city years ago. no electricity, no contact, no food and water, and when my power got back on after 3 something weeks, no one really gave a damn.  we relied on family friends and neighbors to get supplies. honestly you are really on your own in the end. that's why i said money or no money get the hell out. it's not worth waiting for someone or even anyone to come and rescue you bc likely that'll never happen. as a fuel delivery driver, i'm not allowed to go through a downtown at all. i'm sure there are laws in place to prevent such a practice, but all they are doing now is do a cover up and ignore it. and that's what's happening. 

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