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not one that wouldn't result in a fight. The wall between playstyles has hit the stratosphere, any attempts at scaling it is seen as an attack.
White Knight Doodlebug wrote:
I may find him nutty as a fruit cake, but I don't begrudge you enjoying meeting him. I wish I could get my dad to meet him.
Also, AAAAAAAAHHHH! I'VE BEEN STABBED!
it's cool. I have done just about everything in this thread once or twice with a few notable exceptions. Many of the things mentioned here get my goat too, but it's not worth flipping a table over, something everyone should consider.
I can only say that's a schtick that is kept in x-comics, not something you see much outside of it. Which is the problem, really. Also, it's no longer the 70's, which is a bigger problem- the comics you remember are not the comics that are being read now, and marvel has noticably backslid. What worked as diversity in 1978 doesn't work in 2014.
William Bryan wrote:
I guess we're going to have to disagree then. I have run a planescape game before myself and enjoy much of it, but I have found that most the the setting adherents(should have used that term instead of players, showing my age a bit) to be incredibly obnoxious - moreso than forgotten realms players, and that's saying something.
considering that respect seems to revolve around never complaining, criticizing or even commenting, it's going to be very easy to be seen as a malcontent.
Celestial Healer wrote:
*gasp* how did you know?!?
Michael Brock wrote:
so, someone says something mean to you, doesn't appreciate you, even simply criticizes you, it means they deserve anarchy as a result? No police services, fire department, anything? Because they don't toe the line and kneel before nebuchandezzar? That's nonsense. People have a right to opine, and it isn't well rounded conversation that helps us grow if we all just agree with you. Good manners help when disagreeing, mind. But no, you're in the wrong here, former officer, and the more good cops you encourage to quit because they do not get their free apple from a groveling shop owner, a kiss from a swooning damsel, or whatever else they consider respect, then you are a part of the problem. It takes more than just better hiring practices (which to me sounds like a real eagerness to wash ones hands of any responsibility with respect to fellow officers). It takes good cops being encouraged to stay despite public opinion turning against them, and making a genuine effort to win people over, not simply demanding respect just because of the uniform. Give respect to get respect. And yes, bad cops being brought down belongs on the front pages. So do hero cops saving lives. There is room in the world for both, and both stories deserve to be told.
going to need to get at least one citation of your version of events here. This goes against everything I have read on this thus far, and you seem to have a great level of knowledge - the door was barricaded with a crib? That sounds almost too stupid to be believed, but I'm sure my crib ended up in weird places as a kid. Where are you getting your info from?
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Grey Lensman wrote:
PILOTS FOR LIFE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
He is the only pilot to have kill markers for both death stars on his fighter.
I still love my Y-Wing and B-Wing though..I love bombers.
Celestial Healer wrote:
hey, I don't drink spite, I drink fresh, all natural, organic Haterade(TM)!!!
And I don't hate the new classes, I don't like the form they take. They really should be alternate classes where they are not archetypes.
Come oooon BENDJAMMER!
Now I'm hungry.
So basically you're saying that the officer should be locked up even if the evidence indicates that he shouldn't be...because the mob is always right?
I said nothing of the sort.
You have to have faith in the system because if no one does, then the system no longer works. It's certainly not perfect, and there are systemic issues that need to be addressed, but it's important to remember that there are two sides to every story and both have a right to be heard.
Forgive me if I do not fall to my knees awash in faith in the system you openly admit is imperfect. This has been mishandled from the beginning. Ferguson PD deserves their black eye, and the legal process in the town may yet soon follow.
Or...you know...because of how big of an event this has turned out to be (not saying it should be swept under a rug, just all of the other stuff surrounding it: mishandling, protests, riots, etc.), they want to be meticulous and ensure that they do everything correctly and get as close to the truth as possible. That's not something that is decided in 10 minutes.
You have faith in the system that I do not.
502. Due to an unusual interest in the rules brought forth, the 2nd Edition Skills and Powers version of Dungeons and Dragons becomes quite popular. 3rd edition is never developed, as the following works in the Skills and Powers vein become available in smaller, thinner books, each sold for 9.95 and identified by volume number, allowing each DM to state from the beginning how their games are going to be run by giving their games a unique code.
David M Mallon wrote:
I'm sorry, Sylgja, but I've found someone else. She's got blue skin and can flay you alive... with her mind. Also, she doesn't do nearly as much of the watching-me-while-I-sleep-while-munching-on-an-entire-loaf-of-bread thing.
I don't know if I can ever play that game without entering into a relationship with her.
I love Liara. I don't think I could ever play a game where I didn't end up with her.
I don't just love Liara though, if anything, she's my least favorite Asari, which is saying something.
When I die, I hope I go to the heaven that's populated by asari. Extranet asari, according to Ashley Williams, but that may be her stereotyping talking. OOh, even better, I wanna be the bartender asari's roommate!!!!! Moreover, I hope my heaven is right across the street from Orthos' heaven, so I can be THAT GUY.
Heaven Orthos, meditating/relaxing/doing something ascetic
It'll be AWESOME!
won't someone think of the children?!?!!?!