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PostPosted: August 28th, 2006, 8:14 am
by Hammel
I did... well, they are decent imo. Not great but no worseless shit either. Someone even made a campaign of it... when you want to, I can give you a dl link.

-Ham

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: December 20th, 2008, 12:29 pm
by jamn455
George W. Bush dodged a shoe. HAR HAR HAR.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: December 20th, 2008, 4:13 pm
by DarkNemesis
Are you really this stupid Jamn?????

Stop reviving old posts.

Honestly, you just got done flaming for others for doing the very thing your doing.

Double Standards rule here.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: December 20th, 2008, 5:00 pm
by jamn455
I was making fun of you.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: December 20th, 2008, 5:02 pm
by Tehw00tz
Dark stop helping jamn break the rules. You're an accessory to being an asshole.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: December 24th, 2008, 10:58 am
by Reaper
Between you and jamn, you're the only one I've seen doing any 'flaming', dark. I would consider my posts more carefully in the future, as I have already mentioned to you.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: December 25th, 2008, 12:10 am
by DarkNemesis
Reaper wrote:Between you and jamn, you're the only one I've seen doing any 'flaming', dark. I would consider my posts more carefully in the future, as I have already mentioned to you.


Unbelievable.

I have a consideration for you Reaper.....

Read the damn posts by jamn, then replay.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: December 25th, 2008, 12:56 am
by Tehw00tz
What're we replaying here, Dark?

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: December 25th, 2008, 1:00 am
by jamn455
.tiaw tiaw taiW

Wait wait wait.

What are we replaying here?

I have a consideration for you, Learn the rules dude.

I have no standard, I am above the law.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: December 25th, 2008, 1:56 am
by DarkNemesis
jamn455 wrote:.tiaw tiaw taiW

Wait wait wait.

What are we replaying here?

I have a consideration for you, Learn the rules dude.

I have no standard, I am above the law.


Your also an asshole who flames people, attacks others for so called "reviving" old posts (Cokemonkey) then goes and does the very thing you attacked them for. Thus far, I can think of no rules I have broken.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: December 25th, 2008, 2:13 am
by Tehw00tz
I don't think you're complaining loud enough, log onto BNet and bitch about it in channel Clan EotA

That's where stuff gets done.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: December 25th, 2008, 11:22 am
by Reaper
The thing about jamn is you ignore him

You don't start an argument in every thread

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 14th, 2009, 12:38 pm
by PredatoryKnight
Well now I know I'm not going to read anything by Ayn Rand, And I have only read the first in the half-blood series by Mercedes Lacey and I agree that it was kinda.... Unimpressive.

Also, it sounded like Rand argued for her views way badly Reminded me of Nietzsche in his work "The Gay Science" who said, something like, the best way to hurt a cause is to argue for it badly. (too lazy to look up the exact quote)

I was kinda thinking that the elves need a hippie professor type character, ya know one like, Hey monsters are people too and they have as much right to exists as us! Lets get along with our fellow creatures, and like, OK so everyone is trying to kill each other over a portal necessary for survival, but man we can at least save two of every species so we can make sure they all survive when we move to the new crib. Oh and don't eat meat and people with different "preference" aren't doing anything wrong. (OK so what if he is gay or has a thing for Furblogs?)

And I guess the opposite of a hippie professor would be like, Every monster we kill today is one less dead innocent tomorrow. Or something like that.

Hope I'm not crossing the line into specific politics here... I bet that's a line... ya know that we shouldn't cross...

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 14th, 2009, 1:10 pm
by Storamin
PredatoryKnight wrote:Hope I'm not crossing the line into specific politics here... I bet that's a line... ya know that we shouldn't cross...


THIS IS EOTA!

That shit don't exist here.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 14th, 2009, 1:32 pm
by jamn455
In EotA, we cross lines, then we say ah fuck it and we step back behind and cross that line again.

We are just awesome like that.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 14th, 2009, 1:56 pm
by DarkNemesis
PredatoryKnight wrote:Well now I know I'm not going to read anything by Ayn Rand, And I have only read the first in the half-blood series by Mercedes Lacey and I agree that it was kinda.... Unimpressive.

Also, it sounded like Rand argued for her views way badly Reminded me of Nietzsche in his work "The Gay Science" who said, something like, the best way to hurt a cause is to argue for it badly. (too lazy to look up the exact quote)

I was kinda thinking that the elves need a hippie professor type character, ya know one like, Hey monsters are people too and they have as much right to exists as us! Lets get along with our fellow creatures, and like, OK so everyone is trying to kill each other over a portal necessary for survival, but man we can at least save two of every species so we can make sure they all survive when we move to the new crib. Oh and don't eat meat and people with different "preference" aren't doing anything wrong. (OK so what if he is gay or has a thing for Furblogs?)

And I guess the opposite of a hippie professor would be like, Every monster we kill today is one less dead innocent tomorrow. Or something like that.

Hope I'm not crossing the line into specific politics here... I bet that's a line... ya know that we shouldn't cross...


Not to stray too far from the point, but you sound strangely familiar with the ideals of the Elves in the Inheritance Cycle. Where they consider plants, cows, and mindless killing brutes to be just as valued as say...a human being. Really weird, radical shit. Though I don't know if the author (Christopher Paolini) holds the same ideals. I wouldn't be surprised. As far his policies seem to go, his views are almost opposite of Rand's. (I haven't read Atlas Shrugged, but have heard about it and her, if you excuse the term, "conservative" views).

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 14th, 2009, 4:39 pm
by Tehw00tz
Inheritance Cycle is shit

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 15th, 2009, 10:20 pm
by Ion
I haven't read Atlas Shrugged, but have heard about it and her, if you excuse the term, "conservative" views.


Conservative is a terrible word to describe Ayn Rand's views. She was a laissez-faire capitalist who had her own subset of quasi-philosophical/economic/political bull that she called "objectivism". She was also narcissistic -.-

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 15th, 2009, 11:49 pm
by DarkNemesis
Ion wrote:
I haven't read Atlas Shrugged, but have heard about it and her, if you excuse the term, "conservative" views.


Conservative is a terrible word to describe Ayn Rand's views. She was a laissez-faire capitalist who had her own subset of quasi-philosophical/economic/political bull that she called "objectivism". She was also narcissistic -.-


Look, some of her views could be argued as "conservative". Also, you'll notice I put "if you'll excuse the term," meaning there is a margin of error and shouldn't fully be taken literally.

She opposed Gays/Rights?Marriage what not, a Conservative view, for the most part anyway.
She ardently endorsed Capitalism (Good for her, Socialism has never worked) or a form of it: Laissez-faire. Again, this is something many Conservatives hold dear, while I honestly believe the Far Left supports Socialism, or similar ideals, over Capitalism, sadly enough.

Yes, she did denounce several prominent Conservatives, such as Ronald Regan, and she wasn't a Conservative, and I never said she was. Some of her views were 'Conservative', that much I'm sure we can agree upon. Also, when I refer to Conservative, I'm meaning a more generalized view, not necessarily political.

Hope this cleared the wind, Ion. :|

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 16th, 2009, 10:38 am
by Ion
Look, some of her views could be argued as "conservative". Also, you'll notice I put "if you'll excuse the term," meaning there is a margin of error and shouldn't fully be taken literally.

She opposed Gays/Rights?Marriage what not, a Conservative view, for the most part anyway.
She ardently endorsed Capitalism (Good for her, Socialism has never worked) or a form of it: Laissez-faire. Again, this is something many Conservatives hold dear, while I honestly believe the Far Left supports Socialism, or similar ideals, over Capitalism, sadly enough.

Yes, she did denounce several prominent Conservatives, such as Ronald Regan, and she wasn't a Conservative, and I never said she was. Some of her views were 'Conservative', that much I'm sure we can agree upon. Also, when I refer to Conservative, I'm meaning a more generalized view, not necessarily political.

Hope this cleared the wind, Ion.


Conservative is a terrible word to describe Ayn Rand's views. She was a laissez-faire capitalist who had her own subset of quasi-philosophical/economic/political bull that she called "objectivism". She was also narcissistic -.-


Notice how mine is 8 lines shorter, straight to the point and covers all the major points that you need to know about her, whereas you had to sit around justifying why you called her conservative to the point where you basically threw up what I said anyway. So this was a gigantic waste of space.
Also, for the third time- is your first language not English. I love your unintentionally hilarious metaphors (that would be comparatively less funny if you spoke another language).

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 16th, 2009, 12:22 pm
by DarkNemesis
Ion wrote:
Look, some of her views could be argued as "conservative". Also, you'll notice I put "if you'll excuse the term," meaning there is a margin of error and shouldn't fully be taken literally.

She opposed Gays/Rights?Marriage what not, a Conservative view, for the most part anyway.
She ardently endorsed Capitalism (Good for her, Socialism has never worked) or a form of it: Laissez-faire. Again, this is something many Conservatives hold dear, while I honestly believe the Far Left supports Socialism, or similar ideals, over Capitalism, sadly enough.

Yes, she did denounce several prominent Conservatives, such as Ronald Regan, and she wasn't a Conservative, and I never said she was. Some of her views were 'Conservative', that much I'm sure we can agree upon. Also, when I refer to Conservative, I'm meaning a more generalized view, not necessarily political.

Hope this cleared the wind, Ion.


Conservative is a terrible word to describe Ayn Rand's views. She was a laissez-faire capitalist who had her own subset of quasi-philosophical/economic/political bull that she called "objectivism". She was also narcissistic -.-


Notice how mine is 8 lines shorter, straight to the point and covers all the major points that you need to know about her, whereas you had to sit around justifying why you called her conservative to the point where you basically threw up what I said anyway. So this was a gigantic waste of space.
Also, for the third time- is your first language not English. I love your unintentionally hilarious metaphors (that would be comparatively less funny if you spoke another language).


DarkNemesis: "Some of Ayn Rand's could be considered 'Conservative'."
Ion: "OMG, why would you say that!!??? How can you say that??!?! It's so *&%^&$^$^& terrible, aaghghhgghg!!!!!"

LIGHTEN UP, ION.

And no, your argument wasn't to the point, actually, for the most part, it was a bunch of BS and bitching.

I've leave with thus:

SOME OF AYN RAND'S COULD BE CONSIDERED CONSERVATIVE


if your too ignorant to see this, well then, I feel sorry for you.

Cheers.

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 16th, 2009, 12:39 pm
by jamn455
DarkNemesis wrote:
Ion wrote:
Look, some of her views could be argued as "conservative". Also, you'll notice I put "if you'll excuse the term," meaning there is a margin of error and shouldn't fully be taken literally.

She opposed Gays/Rights?Marriage what not, a Conservative view, for the most part anyway.
She ardently endorsed Capitalism (Good for her, Socialism has never worked) or a form of it: Laissez-faire. Again, this is something many Conservatives hold dear, while I honestly believe the Far Left supports Socialism, or similar ideals, over Capitalism, sadly enough.

Yes, she did denounce several prominent Conservatives, such as Ronald Regan, and she wasn't a Conservative, and I never said she was. Some of her views were 'Conservative', that much I'm sure we can agree upon. Also, when I refer to Conservative, I'm meaning a more generalized view, not necessarily political.

Hope this cleared the wind, Ion.


Conservative is a terrible word to describe Ayn Rand's views. She was a laissez-faire capitalist who had her own subset of quasi-philosophical/economic/political bull that she called "objectivism". She was also narcissistic -.-


Notice how mine is 8 lines shorter, straight to the point and covers all the major points that you need to know about her, whereas you had to sit around justifying why you called her conservative to the point where you basically threw up what I said anyway. So this was a gigantic waste of space.
Also, for the third time- is your first language not English. I love your unintentionally hilarious metaphors (that would be comparatively less funny if you spoke another language).


DarkNemesis: "Some of Ayn Rand's could be considered 'Conservative'."
Ion: "OMG, why would you say that!!??? How can you say that??!?! It's so *&%^&$^$^& terrible, aaghghhgghg!!!!!"

LIGHTEN UP, ION.

And no, your argument wasn't to the point, actually, for the most part, it was a bunch of BS and bitching.

I've leave with thus:

SOME OF AYN RAND'S COULD BE CONSIDERED CONSERVATIVE


if your too ignorant to see this, well then, I feel sorry for you.

Cheers.



I saw it, and I do not understand it. Some of her's could be considered conservative? What does this mean?

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 16th, 2009, 1:19 pm
by Storamin
DarkNemesis wrote:
SOME OF AYN RAND'S COULD BE CONSIDERED CONSERVATIVE




CAPS LOCK IS CRUISE CONTROL FOR COOL.


http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index ... 240AADQveM

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 16th, 2009, 1:31 pm
by DarkNemesis
We "Christians" only refer to cap locks when you ignorant heathens don't listen. :wink:

Cruise cool, Storamin! :) (And whatever you do, DON'T label anything "Liberal" or "Conservative". Especially when your referring to politics and social issues!! :roll:)

Re: Politically correct.

PostPosted: January 16th, 2009, 1:48 pm
by Storamin
DarkNemesis wrote:We "Christians" only refer to cap locks when you ignorant heathens don't listen. :wink:

Cruise cool, Storamin! :) (And whatever you do, DON'T label anything "Liberal" or "Conservative". Especially when your referring to politics and social issues!! :roll:)


How bout this:

I'm a fiscally conservative, socially liberal republican.