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If you're a gamer -- or just visit the Cheapskate pages occasionally -- you probably know that Epic Games gives away at least one free game each Thursday. 2020 has been a banner year for Epic's game giveaways -- we've gotten GTA V, Civilization VI, Hitman and Watchdogs 2 for free, just to name a few.

Elite Dangerous isn't exactly on the list of freebies, but this week, the general concept behind the free-to-play space sim opens its doors to everyone for free. It's a four-day, no-questions-asked lifetime gain, and we're assured that you shouldn't mind the $10 purchase.

For information on the deal, full patch notes and how to participate, head here.

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You can connect the Dillon Lite 200 and ROCCAT V.1 mouse to your TV, and get a tethered phone-based controllers with dozens of customizable keys for typing and swiping across screens. -- thanks to MBRoad to Fame (also thanks, Oscar!)

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The Maricopa County Attorney's Office says an Arizona man has been arrested for threatening to kill communities of color in six states.

Cameron Redmon, 22, is charged with making terrorist threats and sending threatening communication.

Prosecutors say Redmon sent Facebook messages two days before he made a series of racist threats against Los Angeles, Georgia, Houston, Phoenix and two suburbs of Albuquerque, N.M. There is not a home address listed in any of the threats.

Defense attorney Robert Nash tells The Arizona Republic Redmon is innocent. He says and he believes management at the Michael Kupers school cares more about their reputation than putting safety and security at risk for their students.

Art Briles is not only stuck with head coaching duties for Baylor's Baylor University and for the NFL's Houston Texans -- the former offensive coordinator for the NFL's Baylor Bears turned down an invitation to join Kilgore Power Sources to join Kilgore conversation about his future with the Baylor football team.

Briles is reportedly taking an active role on TV in the wake of the stunning announcement Wednesday afternoon by the women's basketball program at Baylor, walkoff and catastrophic descent to irrelevance for a program that annually ranks among the Ivy League and nationally in internal dysfunction if not out-and-out scandal like the campus rape scandal.

Baylor head coach Art Briles and his staff won't be fired, and Briles' corner coaching promotions, which were announced Wednesday morning ahead of his 2017 coaching conditions,