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Graveyard Shift -Getting Back To It Edition-

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New to Talk Amongst Yourselves? Jump in and say hello! This is the Graveyard Shift—the after (or during) work, comedy club. It’s hosted by Kotaku’s reader-run blog, so feel free to kick off your shoes and relax your socks and join the discussion! When you’re done here, check out the returning articles at TAY or comeback tour ofTAYClassic! Or if this is your first time at TAY, check out this TAYtorial!


Whats up mah peeps? The week is almost over again, people bout to be getting paid fat stacks, and for others working some more.

With the recent release of Fallout 4's DLC, I figured I should really get around to playing the game and give it the time it deserves. Last I had left it, I was only lv 8 and had done 4 missions, of which only 2 were story based. I hadn’t even explored much; the furthest I’d explored was the Corvega assembly plant. :/ So I started playing again yesterday with the intent to put the time in and head to Diamond city, only to be derailed with Buzz Lightyear and star command Paladin Danse and crew needing help. Beyond that I’ve been playing Pokken here and there, as well as picked up some new figuarts at SVCC last Sunday.


That being said tonight’s topic is a simple one. That may or may not have been asked in some capacity on Tay at one point or another.

Are there any games, books, movies or other media that for one reason or another you barely tappped into, and are just now (or recently) jumping back into to finish what you started?


Tonight’s jams: R.I.P. Phife

A Tribe Called Quest- Buggin’ out

ATCQ -Can I Kick it?

ATCQ- Vibes and stuff

ATCQ- I left my wallet in El Segundo

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