<p>"He wouldn't say a word about it--he'd just enjoy the joke. Don't worry over snubbing him--he'll think it fun. Yes, Marshall's shaved off his beard at last and cut his hair. His party is in, you know. I didn't know him myself first time I saw him. He was up in Carter Flagg's store at the Glen the night after election day, along with a crowd of others, waiting for the news. About twelve the 'phone came through--the Liberals were in. Marshall just got up and walked out--he didn't cheer or shout--he left the others to do that, and they nearly lifted the roof off Carter's store, I reckon. Of course, all the Tories were over in Raymond Russell's store. Not much cheering THERE. Marshall went straight down the street to the side door of Augustus Palmer's barber shop. Augustus was in bed asleep, but Marhall hammered on the door until he got up and come down, wanting to know what all the racket was about.
3、<p>Who needs Mario Maker anyway?</p><p>Badland got its own level editor today and you don't need to fork out any cash for it either.</p><p>It's a streamlined version of the editor that Badland's creators use make the main game. It's just been made a little easier for us to use.</p><p>You're able to place, scale, and rotate objects throughout the levels. You can make mazes, traps, and even create vehicles if you're creative enough.</p><p>Once you've finished your level, you can then publish it for other players to have a go at it. There's user-rating system so hopefully the best levels rise to the top.</p>
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