AN EAGLE stayed his flight and entreated a Lion to make an alliance with him to their mutual advantage. The Lion replied, "I have no objection, but you must excuse me for requiring you to find surety for your good faith, for how can I trust anyone as a friend who is able to fly away from his bargain whenever he pleases?'
1、Better poverty without care, than riches with.
2、aiimjournal.com<p>The final Rick and Morty x Merge Dragons! collaborative event has now kicked off and is set to run until next Monday, August 10th. It introduces new treasure, creatures, mysterious portals, and more.</p><p>The Mortyablo Deja Moo event, as it's known, sees Rick and Morty travel through yet another portal; this time an ominous red one. As soon as they're through, the pair find themselves ambushed by strange bovine creatures.</p>Merge Dragons! celebrates its third anniversary with a dessert-themed in-game event<p>Rick quite fancies claiming the treasure they're hoarding – an especially impressive garden gnome. Morty, however, doesn't quite agree that such a prize is worth the effort and potentially their lives. Naturally, Morty doesn't get a say in the matter. </p><p>"The reaction to the partnership between Merge Dragons! and Adult Swim has been a great experience which is why we wanted to make sure the final chapter in the duo's story is special," said Eren Yanik, Chief Product Officer at Gram Games. "We also want to thank all the fans for their continued support and we hope they enjoyed all the twists and turns that the beloved Rick and Morty characters experienced in Dragonia."</p><p>If you're yet to give it a go, you'll find Merge Dragons! available for download as a free-to-play game from over on the App Store and Google Play. We've covered several of its earlier Rick and Morty crossover events, and this final one sounds like a fun conclusion.</p>Searching for the best RPGs on mobile? Here are 25 of our favourites for iPhone & iPad
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4、Updated October 11th, 12:34 PM - After learning about the arrival of The Talos Principle earlier this week, its launch day has very sharply arrived and for a decent price too.<p>Solve puzzles and unravel a deep philosophical story as you try to figure out who you are and what your purpose is in the world.</p><p>Implemented with new touch-to-move controls, The Talos Principle boasts at over 20 hours of content, non-linear gameplay, jaw-dropping graphics, and a (hopefully) fabulous performance.</p><p>Grab the game right now on the App Store for £4.99/$4.99 and let us know how you get on with it in the comments below.</p><p>A couple of months ago we learnt that The Talos Principle was on its way to iOS, and it turns out it's arriving this week.</p><p>The Talos Principle is a philosophical science fiction puzzler where you play as a mechanical being, awakened by your creator to solve a series of puzzles. Along the way you'll discover a rich story humanity, technology, and civilisation as you try to figure out your own purpose in the scheme of things.</p><p>With over 120 puzzles available, different game mechanics to implement, and a fabulous, non-linear story to follow, how exactly is your story going to end?</p><p>As Tweeted out by Killercow earlier today, Apple posted a sneak peek of the game on the App Store and it'll be on its way in the next day or so.</p>
2、A HOUND, who in the days of his youth and strength had never yielded to any beast of the forest, encountered in his old age a boar in the chase. He seized him boldly by the ear, but could not retain his hold because of the decay of his teeth, so that the boar escaped. His master, quickly coming up, was very much disappointed, and fiercely abused the dog. The Hound looked up and said, "It was not my fault. master: my spirit was as good as ever, but I could not help my infirmities. I rather deserve to be praised for what I have been, than to be blamed for what I am."
3、The Hares and the Frogs"Neither of them. It's politics that's at the bottom of his freak. All those Elliotts and Crawfords and MacAllisters are dyed-in-the-wool politicians. They're born Grit or Tory, as the case may be, and they live Grit or Tory, and they die Grit or Tory; and what they're going to do in heaven, where there's probably no politics, is more than I can fathom. This Marshall Elliott was born a Grit. I'm a Grit myself in moderation, but there's no moderation about Marshall. Fifteen years ago there was a specially bitter general election. Marshall fought for his party tooth and nail. He was dead sure the Liberals would win--so sure that he got up at a public meeting and vowed that he wouldn't shave his face or cut his hair until the Grits were in power. Well, they didn't go in--and they've never got in yet--and you saw the result today for yourselves. Marshall stuck to his word."