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(Kotaku)   Kotaku reviews Public School Thanksgiving Feast. Man, this Steam shovelware is getting ridiculous   ( kotaku.com) divider line
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2017-11-10 01:41:23 PM  
That looks like someone emptied an MRE.
 
2017-11-10 01:58:18 PM  

UberDave: That looks like someone emptied an MRE.


It's only missing the hardtack. Unless that's what they made the stuffing with.
 
2017-11-10 02:31:58 PM  
The only thing surprising in that article is that a school lunch is now $3.50. IIRC school lunches were 2 bucks when I graduated.
 
2017-11-10 04:36:55 PM  

Ethertap: The only thing surprising in that article is that a school lunch is now $3.50. IIRC school lunches were 2 bucks when I graduated.


I don't remember what a lunch cost, but a carton of milk was two cents, so for a quarter (this was a week's allowance for yours truly), you could get enough milk to coat the average classroom in vomit.
 
2017-11-10 04:45:10 PM  
Pretty sure it needs another veggie to be creditable for NSLP.  Potatoes can't be the only vegetable.

Never mind, I see green beans in the "offer vs serve" line.  He just didn't take them.

Yes, this is related to my work.  How can you tell?
 
2017-11-10 05:48:16 PM  
"Is getting ridiculous"

Steam Shovelware HAS been ridiculous for awhile now.. And Lord Gabe acts if it is a good thing.

GabeNewellBellevue -There's really not a singular definition of quality, and what we've seen is that many different games appeal to different people. So we're trying to support the variety of games that people are interested in playing. We know we still have more work to do in filtering those games so the right games show up to the right customers.
 
2017-11-10 05:48:52 PM  
Not a lot different than what i recall from high school on back for thanksgiving/christmas dinner save the turkey gravy mix was over potatoes.   I think we also usually had green beans or peas.
 
2017-11-10 07:49:34 PM  

styckx: "Is getting ridiculous"

Steam Shovelware HAS been ridiculous for awhile now.. And Lord Gabe acts if it is a good thing.

GabeNewellBellevue -There's really not a singular definition of quality, and what we've seen is that many different games appeal to different people. So we're trying to support the variety of games that people are interested in playing. We know we still have more work to do in filtering those games so the right games show up to the right customers.


I'm getting Gabe an Ouya for Christmas and see if he stands by that statement.
 
2017-11-11 01:56:41 PM  

rjakobi: styckx: "Is getting ridiculous"

Steam Shovelware HAS been ridiculous for awhile now.. And Lord Gabe acts if it is a good thing.

GabeNewellBellevue -There's really not a singular definition of quality, and what we've seen is that many different games appeal to different people. So we're trying to support the variety of games that people are interested in playing. We know we still have more work to do in filtering those games so the right games show up to the right customers.

I'm getting Gabe an Ouya for Christmas and see if he stands by that statement.


Isn't Ouya technically a step up from a Steam Machine?
 
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