This is a fun game, even if it hadn’t heard of the 3 characters I’d chosen from the films I’d watched last (All Over Me, The Dark Hour & My Wrongs 8245-8249 and 117). I tried to give it an easy one but it still took it a few guesses to get Mathilda from Leon.
HOLY FUCKING SHIT WHAT HOW EVEN. THIS WAS IMPOSSIBLE.
HOW THE FUCK DID HE GET THIS, I ANSWERED NO TO LIKE EVERY QUESTION.
WHAT. THE. FUCK. I’m doing it again and again until I outsmart it.
Okay I was technically thinking of Mark, but I guess given the types of questions it asked, it could also be Roger. Plus it asked “Is your character in love” and I said yes, which may have been the most misleading bit, BUT HE DOES LOVE MAUREEN OKAY. That’s still pretty impressive, I think.
Nope, I was thinking of Korra.
It took sixty questions, but it finally guessed Matteo Alacran from The House of the Scorpion.
how did it guess it when i said “i don’t know” over and over what.
I gave him like 7 tries, and then he got shitty with me. What the fuck, dude? IT WAS GINGER FOUTLEY!
seriously he guessed jeff rosenstock,nick andopolis and philip k dick. fucking smug motherfucker
Trawling through the 2,200 charities and voluntary organisations facing Local Authority funding cuts listed on False Economy, widely reported in the press yesterday, makes for extremely bleak reading.
After school clubs for kids, Christmas lunches for old people, wheelchair loan services, sexual health advisory services, meals on wheels, support services for disabled children, all axed. Welcome to the Big Society.
I was particularly taken aback by the number of women’s sector organisations and violence against women and girls (VAWG) services that have faced cuts.
Abortion: faith-based pregnancy counselling centres found wanting
Evidence of poor practice and factually incorrect advice discovered following undercover investigation
The Life pregnancy care centre in Covent Garden, London, was visited by an undercover researcher. Photograph: Jonangelo Molinari
Women receiving advice from pregnancy counselling centres run by faith-based organisations are subjected to scaremongering, emotive language and inaccurate information about abortion, according to an undercover investigation by a pro-choice charity.