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      RTX 2017 - Booth 401   06/02/2017

      We’re headed back to Austin, Texas for our 5th time exhibiting at Rooster Teeth Expo (RTX)! You’ll be able to find us at RTX 2017 Booth 401 (next to our friends, Supergiant Games) from July 7 to July 9 and we’re going to have lots of new stuff this year.   See our Blog Post for all the details, including the new merch we're bringing with us! 

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  1. Hey, so it's been a while since I've really been active here but it looks to me like things (hopefully) are still running smoothly. Maybe even too smooth... Anyway, I was wondering if I could request TBF community for a bit of extra-credit assistance. Basically, I would like you to read (or not read) a short essay I wrote on the children's book (The Runaway Bunny). After you read/don't read it, just make a comment on my blog. That's it! A few things, though: This is a blog for school. Please don't be offensive! Literally all you have to do in order for me to get any extra credit points is make a comment. It isn't a competition or anything, our teacher just wants us to spread our work a little bit to online sources. I'm not going to spam you in any form. You can make a throwaway account if you would like. If you have never read The Runaway Bunny and would like to, here is a PDF. You don't have to read it, but context just might help in reading the essay. Here is the blogger page (http://16aaronkohutek.blogspot.com/2015/11/beginnings-of-bigots-runaway-bunny.html) Again, literally anything you say will be an acceptable comment (school appropriate, though). I can't thank you all enough! EDIT: I almost forgot to tell you why we had to write this in the first place. Basically, I am putting this story under a "gender criticism" lens. If that doesn't make any sense to you, we are in the same boat.
  2. Lovely people of Behemoth Forums, I need some serious advice! Now I know this place is filled with a bunch of talented people, some younger than me, most older and that's exactly why I came to you for help! If you can, could you please tell me which schools are good for learning the following: 1. Animation, Both 2D and 3D 2. Game Design 3. Business 4. Writing 5. Programming I also put this list in the order I wish to know these things in first, but any school that can teach these would be nice! This could also help me narrow down my searches for a good college, as I'm gonna have to start thinking about this come next school year, but I just wanted to get an early start. I also live in New York, if that matters...Anyway, suggestions on school will be much appreciated!