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  1. I would argue just a bit. The so called bestseller clause that Sapkowski's lawyers used i not very common here and wasn't a sure bet. They could win it in court, but they could also as easily loose. If CDP wouldn't propose a settlement, they could still win and save the money. It's hard to say to what extent their lawyers advised them not to go to court, and to what extent they genuinely thought Sapkowski deserved to be paid more, no matter the original deal.
  2. This, exactly. I am able to run no sooner than 2 hours after eating at least, and preferably even 4-5 hours, after a good meal. This makes some trainings problematic by the way, because if I'm not able to eat my lunch before 3 pm, and it happens quite often on work days, I usually prefer to skip the meal at all if I'm about to run at 7 or 8, and that's the time of day I prefer, especially when it's hot like this (29°C at the moment).
  3. Well, that's pretty much it for tennis this year, not sure of other sports though. Here the first two football leagues managed to play three rounds of matches since restarting (51 matches overall), including one round with 1/4 capacity of the stadiums full of people and so far so good. Not a single case of player infected, and they are being tested regularly. And it is a contact sport after all. So perhaps it was more a case of a party after the tournament than a tournament itself.
  4. CD Projekt has just postponed premiere of Cyberpunk 2077 again, this time for 19th of November 2020.
  5. That's exactly what Sapkowski demanded from CD Project for The Witcher rights as well.
  6. Ugh, why do they have to feel the need to publicly express their unresearched doubts? On the other hand, I find statements not to read any of his books again on that basis kinda histerical.
  7. But Butcher is doing so because both books were originally meant to be one, isn't he? Has Scott ever hinted he already started writing book 5 at all?
  8. Yeah, Sarantine would be my favorite too. Somehow I wasn't that much impressed by Lions. I think Tigana and Song for Arbonne were better, and I also liked Last Light of the Sun a lot.
  9. Please don't start it here. When we, who have seen it all, start talk about our jealousy, it would be overwhelming.
  10. Tigana, while probably not his best work, had the most satisfying ending for me. Few of the newest ones still on the "to read" pile though.
  11. Heh, I'm actually surprised you ever get that cold. I can't remember we actually had -20ºC or -25ºC in the last couple of years. In the last two winters we barely even had any snow at all.
  12. It is all actually in the Battle Ground blurb: Harry has faced terrible odds before. He has a long history of fighting enemies above his weight class. The Red Court of vampires. The fallen angels of the Order of the Blackened Denarius. The Outsiders. But this time it’s different. A being more powerful and dangerous on an order of magnitude beyond what the world has seen in a millennium is coming. And she’s bringing an army. The Last Titan has declared war on the city of Chicago, and has come to subjugate humanity, obliterating any who stand in her way. Harry’s mission is simple but impossible: Save the city by killing a Titan. And the attempt will change Harry’s life, Chicago, and the mortal world forever. SEE LESS
  13. Thank you for that! Somehow I managed to miss it and haven't read it before. Adorable.
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