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'His name on the cup was written as 'SSSAM,' which was disrespectful.'

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Published at 4:31 PM EDT on Jul 4, 2018 | Updated at 7:33 AM EDT on Jul 5, 2018

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Starbucks in back in the center of a controversy after a Philadelphia Starbucks employee was accused of imitating a customer's stutter by printing the name, "Sam" with two extra "S's". The employee is no longer with the company, Starbucks says.

(Published Thursday, July 5, 2018)

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It sounds like you might have run into a bug, because the game is supposed to give you your inventory back any time you leave a New Vegas casino. Do you have a save from before you left the casino/hotel?

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September 7, 2012 at 12:09 pm

Ah, well that would make some sense. Back tracking saved files sounds like a good re-entry strategy for getting back into the game. After exhausting all efforts to recover my inventory I believe I reached the conclusion thatthat particular portion of themain quest linerequired a forfeit of inventory to continue on.It completelyderailed my desire to continue on.

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September 7, 2012 at 12:01 pm

That sounds like The Tops and Benny (ring-a-ding-ding), and like Merve said, that shouldn’t have happened with your gear. It’s unfortunate that they don’t just stick all your gear in a safe somewhere (I think it’s supposed to, but The Tops might be the only one that actually has the safe).

On the plus side, if you have a save from right before going in, it should work properly. Or, if you talk to Swank (the guy behind the front desk) and convince him that Benny’s a fink before you actually go deal with Benny, he gives you back your stuff.

I had that happen once, so I started sticking everything but my holdhout weapons in ED-E and telling it to wait outside the casino.

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This weekend is Baltimore Comic-Con soI probably won’t have any time for gaming. If I do, I’m going to play Red Dead: Redemption since I finally finished New Vegas last weekend, although I’ve been jonesing for a hit of Assassin’s Creed II for some reason. Maybe I’ll throw that in instead…

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September 7, 2012 at 5:03 pm

How’s the scene at Baltimore Comic-Con? I’ve never heard much from it.

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September 7, 2012 at 5:55 pm

It’s resisted the Hollywoodification that hasplagued other conventions, or at least it hasn’t been colonized to the same degree (knock on wood – I didn’t go last year.) Baltimore is a funny old town (the city nickname is “Charm City”, which is true, for certain values of “charm”) and the crowd is a healthy mix of locals with plenty of mid-Atlantic out-of-towners. The Convention Center has been rebuilt in the past decade or two, and there’s been a pushto revitalize the downtown, so its a bit “touristy,” but if you get off the beaten path there’s plenty of quality restaurants. The CC crowds are always enthusiastic, but that’s nothing unusual. Plenty of cosplayers, plenty of longboxes filled with back issues. All in all, I highly recommend it, if you’re the kind of person who goes to comic cons.