Episode 137A – Disappointments in Nerddom

There have been disappointments in Nerddom this past week. There have been quite a few disappointing developments recently. I’m talking serious disappointments for certain of us in the nerd community. However, there are plenty of disappointments to spread around. There’s the Destiny group, Apple Geeks, FPS geeks, etc.

What’s Going On

Jason has been binge watching Doctor Who still. He’s played some Destiny, some Batman, and watched the trailer for the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video game. It looks good. We talk more about it later. Rhett has been playing Dragon Age: Inquisition, Final Fight, Final Fantasy VI, and Rise: Son of Rome. He’s also been watching One Punch Man again, along with Brooklyn 99 and others.

We did get an email from Chance and you can read the full text here.

The Newsdump – Disappointments in Nerddom

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The Distracted Gamers Podcast Episode 137A – A Slow Nerd Day

Long Overdue Email

What is up, you two ghetto elves? Well, so far 2016 has been a real drag. Bowie died. Lemmy Kilmeister died. Yet the DGP just keeps on rolling. I keed I keed! Sorry for the lack of email last week, but I was on staycation, which means I had my arms full of baby for most of it. I loved the family time, but after the way the week began, the rest of it was kind of janky for me. I had to have an MRI performed last Monday and it turns out I have spinal compression between the two vertebrae just over my existing fusion. I have read that sometimes people who undergo a spinal fusion end up having to have a second at some later point. My hands have had a noticeable tremor for a while, which I ignored for the longest time, but finally it became so bothersome that I had to have it checked out. I will find out Tuesday if I need surgery or if it can be treated with medicine and physical therapy. I am hoping for the latter. Fortunately my symptoms are nowhere nearly as severe as they were before my fusion. Back then I could barely feel my legs and I had to walk with a cane because my sense of balance was so off. The fact that I have no such severe symptoms now makes me hopeful I can avoid a second procedure.

While I am droning about my medical woes, I had an appointment with my neuro the other day, and when I got there, I was told he was not in the Baptist network, despite the fact that the building from which he practices has a big damned blue sign out in front of it that says Baptist Health Services. Our medical and medical insurance systems drive me crazy. So anyway, I’ve managed to get some gaming in this week, albeit of the retro variety. Like Rhett, I bought a new Bluetooth controller to use with the tablet Meredith bought me for Christmas. I loaded the entire NES and SNES libraries on it, and had some old school fun on Sunday when I should have been working. Speaking of…I was on vacation, worked one day, and then had the next two days off. Seriously?! My bosses janked up my schedule.

Oh, and I filed my taxes this week. With the new baby, the mortgage, and the better pay, I figured we would get a nice return. Well…we are getting a return, but for not even half of what I’d thought. It turns out when you make more, the government returns less. Who knew? I paid in close to $4500 just in federal taxes last year, and Meredith paid a similar amount, and we ain’t getting even in that neighborhood back. Our tax lady said we made too much last year to have even a reasonable expectation of a sizable return. Her definition of too much income and ours are obviously different, because my tail is broke as a joke most of the time. Yet I have known people who did not work at all who are getting back fat piles of cash despite not paying in a thin damned dime. They just popped out babies and milked the system and their relatives and were rewarded for it. I hate our government a lot.

Anyway, back to gaming. I bought a Vita. I’ve had it in my possession for over a week and have yet to actually play anything on it. Why is that? I’ll tell you. It turns out you cannot play anything on it unless you have purchased and installed one of Sony’s ridiculous memory cards. When I bought the Vita, I also bought a 32gb micro sd card, thinking foolishly that it would work. Not so much. I had not the faintest wisp of an idea the Vita required a proprietary (and freakin’ expensive as crap) card. Maybe I should have read up on it, eh? I understand needing one for storing downloads, but to play physical copies of games? I bought Uncharted The Golden Abyss for it, and it would not let me play without a card. I have a friend from out of state who bought an 8gb card and mailed it to me just to be a nice guy. It was supposed to have been here yesterday. It still has not shown up. I tracked it on the USPS website, and it said it has been in the Little Rock processing center for 3 days. THREE DAYS. How the crap does a piece of mail not make it 30 miles up the road over the course of three days? I actually was so incensed I sent the USPS a bitchy email. I’m sure they will care about my opinion about as much as Rhett would, but it made me feel better to put in my two cents. So here I sit Vita in hand, with a game, and cannot play it. That said, I did play a little Dragon Age Inquisition on it via remote play just to test the feature out. It worked really, really well. It got a little glitchy here and there, but all in all it was pretty smooth. I have never played Dragon Age from the comfort of the porcelain throne before, so I was pretty geeked by experiencing it whilst liberating the prior night’s meal.

Oh, and I may have done this before, but I have to chime in on your medical marijuana diatribe. Maybe there are drugs that do the job better than weed, but with what side effects? Quality cannabis does in fact treat a wide variety of ailments (and it is a Godsend for many cancer patients) without the four mile laundry list of potential nasty side effects of the petrochemical drugs churned out by big pharma. Secondly, there are many strains containing a wide variety of THC. Some will not even get you high. I read a story about a little girl who was having many seizures each day, and her parents tried every drug and combination of drugs thrown at them by the doctors, to no avail. Finally, they read a story about how cannabis oil had helped another patient with a similar condition, and were able to get enough doctors (it takes more than one in some states) to sign off on allowing them to try the oil on their daughter. They found a dispensary that manufactured the oil, which had an almost nonexistent thc content, and began giving two drops per day to her, and the seizures went from many per day to almost zero per month. God put every plant and herb here for our use. Some people do misuse cannabis, but that does not mean it should be demonized, and it damned straight should not be criminalized.

Even if people want to smoke it, so the Hell what? Let them. The government should have no place legislating personal vices. Drugs, prostitution…if people want to harm themselves, let them have at it. I find drugs and sex for money abhorrent personally, but I find men and women rotting away in prisons for crimes that hurt absolutely nobody else to be even more odious. A guy can get 10 plus years in prison for a few ounces of weed, but billionaires can commit fraud on a grand scale and receive not even a slap on the wrist? Where the Hell is our government’s priorities? Corporate greed, alcohol, tobacco, and prescription drugs kill more people every year than any street drug, so I have a hard time digesting the hypocrisy of saying drug A is fine but drug B is not. It is hard to take the high road when you begin to declare some substances fine and others not when all are harmful. Personally I do not even consider marijuana a drug. It is a damned plant that has some interesting effects when ingested.

Moving on with no real segue, I saw the Suicide Squad trailer. I am not going to get all up in arms over Harley Quinn like Rhett did. I have no issue with her aside from the actress tapped to play the role. Margot Robbie is off the charts hot, which Harley also is, but I have always had a bit of an issue with actors and actresses in roles requiring an accent that is very different from the ones they naturally possess. I think Robbie is Australian, and because of that I will constantly be waiting to catch that Aussie accent surfacing as she tries to go full Brooklyn. On the Walking Dead, you can occasionally hear Andrew Lincoln’s British accent pop through his fake deep Georgia drawl. It is just bothersome for me. Why can Hollywood studios not simply cast talent that just naturally has the desired accent? I am sure there are plenty of hot blond New York actresses who would not have to force their accent or vocal affectations. I will probably have the hardest time with Will Smith as Deadshot. Not because he is black, but because he has become an insufferable, preachy, sanctimonious a-hole with weird baby cult leader kids. He has turned into such a douche of the highest order that it makes watching him in anything more distracting than believable. Sometimes I just cannot separate the real life assholery of some famous folks from their onscreen personas. I cannot watch anything with Tom Cruise in it for the same reason. Ever since he went full Scientologytarded I just see him as the weird cult creep who jumps on sofas.

I don’t know about y’all, but I am seriously looking forward to seeing Deadpool. The more I see and read about the film, the more I want to see it NOW!!! I read a funny scenario somebody posted online regarding the petition to have a PG-13 cut of the film produced. The guy suggested that Deadpool be in the next PG-13 X-Men movie. That means the whole film would be allowed only one F bomb. Knowing this, Deadpool would spend the entire film saving his one juicy dirty word till the very end, only to have it taken from him by Wolverine. I laughed at the idea. I think that would be brilliant. Sometimes watching someone try to self censor is funnier than if they came out and uttered the obscenities they’d been avoiding.
Well, I suppose I’ve droned long enough. I’m going to mercifully end it now so I can go to bed. Much love and bacon to you both, guys.

Episode 136B – Is Rey a Mary Sue

Legendary Battle of the Classic Video Game Characters

We are treading on thin ice with this Topic: Is Rey a Mary Sue? Well get into that more later. Right now enjoy the brief feeling of superiority that you feel from knowing what a Mary Sue is. You don’t know what a Mary Sue is! I am shocked. We’ll rectify that situation immediately…after these words from our sponsors.

What’s Going On

Rhett has been getting by on Dragon Age: Inquisition, Dark Souls II, and Claymore. Evidently Dragon Age improves on some things from the first two and backslides in other areas giving the game a bit of a learning curve. Rhett is close to finishing Dark Souls II. He has some more DLC to finish and then he’s going to start the slaughter of various NPCs. It makes sense in context. Jason’s been playing more Arkham City, watching Doctor Who, and getting caught up on Mary Sue info. He also razzes Bungie for the “is Destiny an MMO or isn’t it” thing. Next Month Bungie is holding an event for Valentine’s Day. They are calling it Crimson Days and it will be couple themed. It sounds pretty ridiculous to me.

Is Rey a Mary Sue

Now on the the Rey bashing…I mean completely unbiased, objective review of Rey as a possible Mary Sue. First, if you like Rey we aren’t saying that you can’t still like her. There’s been some backlash recently against people, Max Landis, for calling Rey a Mary Sue. Now what is a Mary Sue you ask? A Mary Sue is usually a fan character inserted into a beloved fictional universe as a surrogate for ourselves. They usually interact with the characters from that universe and are endowed with powers or characteristics that make them overpowered for the setting. For more information you can look at this definition. Now to the test. We use the Universal Mary Sue Litmus Test and the results are pretty compelling. I’ve included the link so that you can perform your own test if you disagree with our conclusions. So, is Rey a Mary Sue? What’s your conclusion?

Legendary Battle of the Classic Video Game Characters

At last we get to the event you’ve all been waiting for: Sonic the Hedgehog versus Cloud Strife. In one corner we have the supersonic, blue hedgehog with his dash attack. In the other corner we have Cloud Strife, the failed genetic experiment with his vast array of powers and weapons. Next week Ryu Hayabusa will face off against the former wrestler and thug basher Mike Haggar.

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The Distracted Gamers Podcast Episode 136B – Is Rey a Mary Sue

Episode 136A – A Slow Nerd Day

This has been a slow nerd day. There just isn’t that much going on to get the average nerd motivated to do much of anything. We will explore the such weighty subjects as the Suicide Squad trailer, Star Wars delay, and much more.

What’s Going On

Jason has been busy this week. He has been playing Arkham City (a great game), playing Destiny, looking up news on Earthworm Jim, Battle Chess, Clayfighter, Space Marine, and more. Interplay is actually developing another Clayfighter game. Rhett has been trying to finish Dark Souls 2, watching Claymore, playing Dragon AgeL Inquisition (not as much as he would like). He also got Ryse: Son of Rome for cheap. He hasn’t played it yet. Evidently Lindsay wants to play it first, that or Witcher 2 I don’t remember, and Rhett is apparently a gentleman.

The Newsdump – A Slow Nerd Day

While there may not be much nerd news today, at least some of the news is interesting and optimistic for Gamers. Sony has really come through for its fans. The Darth Vader thing is ironic and funny. The Fire Emblem item is eye rolling in the extreme. And the Call of Duty thing is typical of the internet and gaming reporting.

That said enjoy the insanity and remember it doesn’t matter if you like something and not everyone agrees. We are not the Borg.

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The Distracted Gamers Podcast Episode 136A – A Slow Nerd Day

Episode 135B – Sigmar is Crazy

Legendary Battle of the Classic Video Game Characters

That’s right, Sigmar is Crazy. I’ll explain that later. Right now I feel I should congratulate you on your good taste. Oh, not on finding the DG Podcast, but on your interest in Warhammer.

What’s Going On

Rhett has been trying to figure out his internet/computer problems. He’s also been playing Dragon Age: Inquisition. Playstation has a deal on it so being a fan of the series he is trying out this iteration. Jason has been playing Arkham City. Arkham Asylum came out and it was a brilliant game and we asked for more and boy did they deliver. Arkham City has all the things that made Arkham Asylum great just more and bigger. We then complain about video game sequels. A great game gets released so a sequel follows that changes everything that was awesome about the first game and the second just can’t live up to the first.

Sigmar is Crazy

Now we get to why Sigmar is crazy. Warhammer Fantasy was lagging behind 40K. It was more expensive to buy the models. The rules were outdated and unbalanced so Games Workshop decided to fix everything by ending the world. Since when is that a reasonable response? I’ve figured out how to fix the problem in the time it took to type the paragraph. Anyway, Games Workshop’s response was a bit extreme. Jason heard that maybe these rules were temporary until Games Workshop fixed a few issues. So he decided to check into this rumor and found a few crazy rules that are now part of the Warhammer Fantasy: Age of Sigmar ruleset. If this doesn’t make you want to run screaming to a more logical game then we have failed. Here are some of the new rules:

Legendary Battle of the Classic Video Game Characters

In this corner we have Simon Belmont, famed slayer of vampires. He has at his disposal the deadly vampire killing whip, not the typical choice for a vampire slayer, and various and sundry magics. In the opposite corner we have Spyro the Dragon. This diminutive dragon can fly, dash, and breath fire. So who will win this fight to the death? Next week Sonic the Hedgehog will face off against Cloud Strife. Who will win?

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The Distracted Gamers Podcast Episode 135B – Sigmar is Crazy

Episode 135A – Nerd Rage News

I’ve titled this episode Nerd Rage News because there was obviously some nerd rage going on somewhere and we are reviewing the news. The internet being what it is you can be sure that there’s a nerd somewhere writing a scathing twitter post that no one will even see. Poor nerds. Who will listen to their impotent rage at things like who’s the best Doctor, who would win Batman or Superman, and other inconsequential minutiae?

What’s Going On

Jason started a bit of an uproar on Twitter. Both Rhett and Jason have been trying to garner more support for the podcast by posting to the twitter account more often. For the full story you’ll need to listen to the podcast, but there was some internet yelling and lame attempts to justify the Force Awakens. Rhett has been much busier on the nerd front. He’s binge watched One Punch Man, retro gaming, and trying to figure out what Jason did to the twitter account. Unfortunately, we didn’t get an email from Chance this week. He can be marginally excused. He’s got to figure out how to be a father to an infant again.

The Newsdump – Nerd Rage News

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The Distracted Gamers Podcast Episode 135A – Nerd Rage News

Episode 134B – IGN Video Game Awards

Legendary Battle of the Classic Video Game Characters

We are getting closer to getting back on track. We are only a little bit off now. We are going to get this up as soon as possible. We hope to get it posted on time, especially since the IGN Video Game awards were recently posted. We’ve discussed our feelings about video game awards in the past, but there are some extenuating circumstances that make these awards somewhat valid.

What’s Going On

Today, during the podcast Rhett will be playing Streets of Rage 2 while we talk to you. David Bowie died recently. He was an icon that inspired gaming, movies, music, and more. We talk a little bit about retro gaming specifically Battletoads and Golden Axe. Rhett finished Community, a great show. Jason spent his time watching game and movie trailers for upcoming releases. The 5th Wave looks like a movie to miss. Dark Souls 3 looks good. Jason also brings up the lawsuit between Nintendo and Universal Studios. That was a mess.

IGN Video Game Awards

IGN recently came out with their game awards for 2015 so we review them. There are some surprises, but not enough. They also do something rather good in our opinion. They reveal their choices and then add the games chosen by popular vote. The games include the Witcher 3, Tales from the Borderlands, Splatoon, Undertale, Fallout 4, Bloodborne, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, and Super Mario Maker. As I said, there were some surprises, but maybe not enough.

Legendary Battle of the Classic Video Game Characters

Tonight Sir Arthur from Ghost n’ Goblins takes on Strider Hiryu. The knight of the exploding armor versus the techno-ninja. Sir Arthur with his thrown weapons and magics against Strider with his tech weapons and superhuman abilities. Next time Spyro the Dragon and Simon Belmont from Castlevania will fight to the death.

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The Distracted Gamers Podcast Episode 134B – IGN Video Game Awards

Episode 134A – The Occulus Rift

We are going to get this taken care of, this posting the podcast late. The holidays just got in the way and we haven’t yet recovered from all the partying. So, welcome back to the podcast. We have some great stuff about the Occulus Rift to discuss along with more Star Wars, Space Marines, Windows spying and lots of other stuff.

What’s Going On

At this point you might now better what’s been going on in our lives. I don’t remember at this point what it was we said we were doing. Jason was playing Space Marine recently along with Destiny. He also taught a lab to students at work with predictable results. Plus the news that Rey is Obi-Wan’s daughter. Rhett has been playing Dark Souls 2. He got new DLC for it and is pleased with the changes. He’s started watching Community. He’s watched it before, but it is a good series.

Chance’s Email

Chance has some good and bad news. First he’s turning forty. He’s getting a Smart TV. He reviews the things he liked about 2015. He gives us his thoughts on the Force Awakens. He’s looking forward to No Man’s Sky, Deus Ex among other things.

The Newsdump – The Occulus Rift

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The Distracted Gamers Podcast Episode 134A – The Occulus Rift

Weekly email and all that crap

What is up, you two torpid bovines? I have only made it about­­ halfway through part A this week, but I definitely have some opinions and anecdotes based on what little of your weekly deluge of verbal diarrhea I’ve managed to assimilate thus far. I hope you’ve both had a smashing start to 2016. So far so good on my end. My FORTIETH birthday is on Saturday, and though I told my wife that gifts were unnecessary, she got me something nice all the same. I have been using the same 32 inch 720p tv set for around 9 years, so she decided it was time to upgrade, and summarily went ahead and bought me a 50 inch LG set. 1080p and everything. I’s be fancy now! Lol She had to give it to me a few days early because Amazon delivered it a little sooner than she expected, and it was too big to hide. She said she’d looked into getting me a smart tv, but opted not to after having read reviews from people who called the set s a major bandwidth hog. That said, we have around 7 or 8 devices in the house capable of streaming, so a smart tv would have been redundant. Good call on her part to avoid it. Of course, since she is home far more than I, it really is more of a gift for her than me, but I’ll take it. One of my friends said he bet I would enjoy gaming on it, to which I replied with laughter. I have a newborn. Gaming is dead to me for the foreseeable future. It seems like people would understand that.

2015…what a fun year. I cannot really speak to having a favorite game for the year, since it is a rare day that sees me buying any game in the year of its debut. I am far too broke and too cheap to ever plunk down full retail. I guess if I had to name one, it would be Fallout 4. Though I did not spend a lot of time with it, what I did play was solid enough to get me looking forward to a day when I have time to dedicate to that sort of massive title. I did like that VR really began to pick up a lot of steam in 2015. I know that Rhett is not onboard the VR train yet, but I really feel like the tech won a lot of skeptics over last year, and will really change the way we consume games. Having played with the Samsung Gear VR, which admittedly is a minor league device compared to Occulus or Playstation VR, it was a much cooler experience than I last had with virtual reality, which was back in the early 90s. VR back then was SOOOOO bad. As I played with the Gear VR, I thought that if Sony’s and Occulus’ offerings were much more powerful and immersive, then being completely visually immersed in a game would make for one Hell of a cool ride.

We finally got to see The Force Awakens, and for all the hype and hoopla surrounding the film, it left a lot to be desired in my opinion. I am glad I did not build it up too much in my mind as I’d made the mistake of doing with other films in the past.

Xbox announced their console’s backward compatibility but not really. I was excited by the idea of the console becoming b/c, only to have those hopes dashed when I found it was not open to the entire 360 library. I do not mind the whole disc in tray/download approach, but I would much rather preferred full compatibility. I have to say that as a whole, however, neither Xbox One nor PS4 has impressed me with their libraries, and this is two years into their life cycles. I was really hoping the PS4 in particular would give me some reason to be glad for owning it. But we do have fare like No Man’s Sky and the new Deus Ex on the horizon, so hope abounds. Not that I’ll be playing anything anytime soon, though. :/ Oh the joys of parenthood.

On a personal note, the past year saw me rediscovering my lost faith, which is huge for me given the outright antagonism I had toward God. I am still a work in progress on that front, but I am anxious to see where 2016 takes me as far as that is concerned. Last, and certainly not least, 2015 saw our sweet little Charlotte Zoe come into the world. That was kind of a big deal for us.

Anywho, I had some more to say, but y’all are about to record, so I will be sending this off now. I was in bed when it dawned on me that today is Thursday. So I had to run barefooted out to the car to get my laptop. The ground was cold and wet. I suffer for your art. You’re welcome. Peace, love, and all that jazz.

Episode 133B – A New Year

Legendary Battle of the Classic Video Game Characters

Sorry about the delay on a New Year. Jason wasn’t sure which episode he was waiting for. We got behind by a few episodes. We recorded them and then it took a while to get everything together.

What’s Going On

Rhett has been watching the Wire, Community, and taking care of Lindsay. Her pet lizard died and she’s been depressed. Jason still has issues with Amazon. He hasn’t figured it out just yet. We also played. He played a little bit of Borderlands 2. Then he brings up the Oregon occupation, insertable music players, plus there was something he forgot.

A New Year

Then we talk about movies, television, and video games:

  • Batman v. Superman
  • Captain America: Civil War
  • Deadpool
  • Suicide Squad
  • Rogue One
  • Star Trek Beyond
  • Independence Day: Resurgence
  • Warcraft
  • Bourne Film
  • Assassin’s Creed
  • Doctor Strange
  • The Magnificent Seven
  • Angry Birds
  • X-Men: Apocalypse
  • Spider-Man
  • Ghostbusters

Video Games

  • Uncharted 4
  • Final Fantasy XV
  • Street Fighter V
  • No Man’s Sky
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
  • Mass Effect: Andromeda
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Battleborn
  • The Last Guardian
  • Dishonored 2
  • Quantum Break
  • Firewatch
  • Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam
  • Star Fox Zero
  • Lego Marvel’s Avengers
  • XCOM 2
  • Homefront: The Revolution
  • Gears of War 4
  • Dead Island 2
  • Mighty No. 9
  • Hitman
  • Scalebound
  • Total War: Warhammer
  • Star Citizen
  • Battlefleet Gothic: Armada
  • Dead or Alive Xtreme 3
  • Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
  • Nier: Automata
  • Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness
  • Cuphead
  • Hyper Light Drifter
  • Overwatch
  • Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
  • Everspace
  • Descent: Underground
  • Far Cry Primal
  • Sea of Thieves
  • Doom
  • EVE: Valkyrie – Occulus Rift
  • Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex – First Assault Online
  • Paragon
  • Shadow Warrior 2
  • Warhammer 40K: Dark Nexus Arena
  • Torment: Tides of Numenera
  • Darkest Dungeon
  • Chronos
  • The Dwarves
  • Dark Souls 3
  • Bombshell
  • The Technomancer
  • Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor – Martyr
  • World of Warcraft: Legion
  • Skyforge
  • Camelot Unchained
  • Halo Wars 2
  • Worms: WMD
  • Mother Russia Bleeds
  • Man O’War: Corsair


  • Legends of Tomorrow
  • The Shannara Chronicles
  • The X-Files
  • Daredevil
  • Luke Cage
  • Iron Fist
  • The Defenders
  • Jack Ryan – Amazon
  • Galaxy Quest – Amazon
  • Preacher
  • Doctor Who

Legendary Battle of the Classic Video Game Characters

Sorry, no bout tonight. We still have Sir Arthur from Ghost n’ Goblins versus Strider Hiryu.

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The Distracted Gamers Podcast Episode 133B – A New Year