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About jennegatron

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    Queen of the Favs
  • Birthday 07/09/1991

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    Woodland, CA
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    Sailor Moon, Adventure Time (show & comic), Bravest Warriors, the Green Bay Packers, the Dallas Mavericks & the NBA at large, Gilmore Girls, JJHO, MBMAM, my Phil Kollar/Griffin McElroy OTP, Chance the Rapper, Shad sad indie pop from the 2000's, Jigglypuff.


  • Location
    Woodland, CA
  • Favorite Games
    Spelunky, WoW, The Sims, PvZ, Pokemon (red, yellow, TCG, silver, crystal, ruby, platinum, x) Harvest Moon

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  1. Life

    I use python extensively for work, and I think the best advice I could give is to find a book or blog or program that is specifically interested in data structures. I think understanding sets, lists, dictionaries, & strings is the key to understanding your tool set and how to solve the problems you're trying to solve. Getting comfortable with these concepts as mathematical and computer science objects will go a long way to having a core understanding of what the language is good at and good for.
  2. Movie/TV recommendations

    My shit is currently terrace house: Opening new doors on Netflix. It's a Japanese reality show where 3 men and 3 women live in a house together. Think the real world but instead of horrible monsters they're just real people who fall in love and talk about their feelings and build igloos in the backyard. A+ could not recommend more.
  3. The Big FPS Playthrough MISSION COMPLETE

    you can definitely directly post your cards to the marketplace still. they're rarely worth more than $.03 - $.05. It is a pain though, you need to post them for sale, pick a price and then approve the posting via their terrible phone app.
  4. Analogue: A Great Story

    I played LKiaB before she got rid of the President ending. The President was honestly my favorite character interaction (with the vice president in second place.) He ticked all my favorite character trope boxes of a stern rule following character. He also, I felt, played as a great foil to the Beauty as what an unhealthy dom/sub relationship looks like. There's no care given to the Beast, and instead she is used only for his enjoyment. I am sad that this story got taken out because I felt like it was a great wrinkle in the story, but I also understand how a straight man in this lesbian story was a rough edge that was desired to be sanded off. That doesn't make me less disappointed by its removal though.
  5. Other podcasts

    i've posted this so many places on the forums but Robert Ashley is one of my longest lived internet crushes [heart eyed cat emoji] awesome get Declan!
  6. Recently completed video games

    My husband and I have been picking away at Yakuza 0 for over a year now and we finally finished it! This is legitimately one of most fun games I've ever played. It is really funny and silly while also being a little brooding and a lot dramatic. i give it 10 out of 10 Nugget the Chickens End of game and post credit stinger
  7. Movie/TV recommendations

    I really enjoyed Game Night because it surprised me as a movie. I also like that the whole thing is a clear reimagining of I especially love the performance by the guy who played Landry on Friday Night Lights
  8. Other podcasts

    Robert Ashley is one of my longest standing internet crushes. His band I Come to Shanghai is also excellent.
  9. I'm fascinated by this being the first post entry for new forum members. Please current and future new thumb fans, feel free to give your mouse rec's but also jump into the other threads too!
  10. Other podcasts

    I actually highly recommend The Polygon Show which is hosted by Simone DeRochefort, Allegra Frank, Ashley Oh & Chelsea Stark. They are very charming and fun and nice. It's currently the only video game podcast I listen to since Besties went annual.
  11. Other podcasts

    RIP monthly Besties
  12. The threat of Big Dog

  13. Movie/TV recommendations

    I will never stop talking about OJ: Made in America being one of the greatest pieces of filmmaking I've ever witnessed. What an insightful series of stories about race, celebrity, wealth, news for entertainment, violence against women, and citizen-police relationships in the united states. I was a tiny child when the OJ trial happened so I didn't really understand anything that was happening, but after watching OJ:MiA, I constantly think about the straight line you can draw from Eula Love to Rodney King & Latasha Harlins to Trayvon Martin, BLM, Eric Garner & Eric Holzclaw, etc. It seems obvious in retrospect, but OJ: Made in America made me think about how for much of my life (the 90's, 00's and the first part of the 10's) race was a conversation that was 'over.' Except OJ:MiA made it so clear to me that the conversation didn't go away we just ignored it until there was another set of events that hit critical mass making us talk about it again.
  14. Recently completed video games

    My favorite thing about this game is the Dunkey video where he describes it as 'gaming's first third person strangler slash ladder-er'