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    PAX East Schedule

    Does anybody know where I can find the proper schedule? And also any live streams for Ubisofts games?


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    I had no luck trying to find AC in the schedule @http://east.paxsite.com (it looks very poorly categorized).

    But I read that Fragdolls will be livestreaming it.
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    I think it is funny how Brits use the word "Proper" in the same sense that Americans use "Real" or "Actual"

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    Quote Originally Posted by brick177 View Post
    I think it is funny how Brits use the word "Proper" in the same sense that Americans use "Real" or "Actual"
    The Brit way is the proper way though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brick177 View Post
    I think it is funny how Brits use the word "Proper" in the same sense that Americans use "Real" or "Actual"
    Well thats because I can't use real because there are no fakes. I guess I could of used actual but thats besides the point :P I just want to have proper time schedules for when each game is showing because I want to see AC3 and Far Cry 3


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    I think "Proper" is subjective whereas "Actual" is objective. But to each their own!

    I would like an actual schedule as well so I can plan when to see the vids.

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    Wait.. how do Americans use "proper" ?
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    well for example, americans would say, your mum, and brits would say ey mum
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    Quote Originally Posted by HarshJaguar3 View Post
    Wait.. how do Americans use "proper" ?
    I was just saying, we use the word "real or "actual" in the same way English use "proper"

    So, "Now this is a real cup of tea!" vs. "Now this is a proper cup of tea!"

    Quote Originally Posted by edzilla_551 View Post
    well for example, americans would say, your mum, and brits would say ey mum
    We don't really use mum. Mom, mother, but not mum.

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    Americans use proper in a way like fancy, sophisticated, and gentle.
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