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I look awesome Bedazzled.


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"Never get involved in a land war in Asia" - Fezzik


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My shoes are too tight, but it doesn't matter, because I have forgotten how to dance. - Londo

No other Sci-Fi show ever been able cram so much pathos in just one sentence as B5 could.


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Fighters are just meat shields for casters to hide behind, that's the main problem.


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Disney buys Marvel comics, makes the Avengers, earns 1 billion dollars.
This is a win for Star Wars.
It also prevents Lucas making anymore "improvements" to the original movies, also a win for Star Wars.


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I'm still not a zombie.


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Ross Byers wrote:
I removed some posts and changed the thread title to be a little less inflammatory.

Don't see how calling stupidity for what it is can be inflammatory.


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Mikaze wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
most popular in ny right now is the ban on walking around with open containers of liquid.

I...what...my mind.

New York, you used to be cool. What happened? :(

Rudy Giuliani and Mike Bloomberg.


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Aberzombie wrote:
Bill Lumberg wrote:
Yes, youngsters, once upon a time sharp strips of metal were sold as toys.

Memories light the corners of my mind.

Misty, water-colored memories, of the way we were.

Zombie Cat's


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It's more important to bring the DM to tears than anything else.


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Benchak the Nightstalker wrote:
Darkwing Duck wrote:
Interesting. Then I guess I have to get another hypothesis as to why Marcel's kitchen flopped.

Probably some combination of:

A. Being on a channel that everyone loves to hate
B. Competing with Food Network
and
C. Being a mediocre show

Also half of the time it is nearly impossible for an average person to get the equipment needed to cook some of his recipes. I mean where the hell can you buy liquid nitrogen without having to fill out a bunch of licences and possibly and interview with homeland security.


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Producers and directors that just don't give a f+&#.


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Lummpy the Hutt and Princess Bubbleia


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Jesus was a zombie.


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So when did Logan become the moral one?


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You hold your breath for a really long time.


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Have you not been paying attention, one speech a week for the last 3 months and weekly whitehouse broadcasts. If you're only watching the 24 hour news networks you might have missed them because for some reason the news networks don't broadcast everything he says.

All statistics show that all of your concerns, (economy, race relations, foreign affairs) have gotten better since Obama was elected. So what exactly is your proof that things have gotten worse since Bush was in office? Gut feelings and talking points from the 24 hour News networks don't count.


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Realmwalker wrote:
Deadmanwalking wrote:
shallowsoul wrote:
Doc Holiday in Tombstone would use two pistols at times.
You're right. Once or twice he does, but he hardly needs to. It's not an essential part of his fighting style...i.e. it's something he maybe burned one Feat on and doesn't try to reload while doing.
Even with semi-automatics most pros (police/soldiers) irl are going to single wield pistols it is more accurate and it allows for fast convenient reloading. My pistolero builds almost always use a single weapon.

In any John Woo movie everybody uses the two gun style because it's cooler. The question then becomes is Pathfinder closer to reality or a John Woo film? Everybody knows that reality sucks so Pathfinder's John Woo two gun style gunslinger automatically wins.


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Crimson Jester wrote:
What if I am the plutarchy?

Why would you want to worship a cartoon dog?

Spoiler:
Yes, I know what a plutarchy is.


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Rabblerouser wrote:

And Bobba Fett looks like he stepped off the set of The Rocketteer (which was an awful movie therefore Bobba Fett was also awful)

The Rocketteer had Jennifer Conley in a low cut gown and in a one piece, therefore the Rocketter was not an awful movie.


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Mass Effect decision tree


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So your favorite character is the racist caricature of a Jamaican.

Hmmm...no spice for you.


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Protest gay rights vs giving up coffee.

Coffee wins.


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Sebastian wrote:
All I know is that I'm going to be pissed when I survive the zombie apocalypse, fire up the generator in my old farm house, and can't play any new console games.

You can still play zombie vs. shotgun.


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All I can say is if the next-gen consoles are going to lock games to an online account I'm not going to buy either and use the money saved to upgrade my PC. Why buy a console when my PC can do every thing they can do but better. If they do game lock the consoles all they are effectively doing is selling a easy to set up gaming PC without the fine control of a real gaming PC. The only reason I play games on a console now is because I can re-sell my games.


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Superman
Batman
the Flash
Jean Grey
the Phoenix
Wolverine
Professor X
pretty much any character that was killed off should stay dead.


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Peeps eating Peeps


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Matthew Morris wrote:
Xabulba wrote:
In my state, SD, it's illegal to record a policeman while they are on duty. If that happened where I am the cop would have arrested the man and seized any recording devices for his trial. And because recording a cop on duty is a felony he would be facing up to 5 years.
Why? Why is it illegal? What's the threat that's so bad that every action of a policeman can't be monitored by a civilian?

The official answer is, if the police are constantly worried about being filmed and having their decisions second guessed they will not be able to preform their duties to the best of their abilities.

Unofficial answer is, redneck rural cops were misbehaving and getting caught on tape causing a lot of lawsuits so the law was passed to reduce the number of lawsuits.

Louis Agresta wrote:

With any luck that law may soon be declared unconstitutional and revoked.

A couple of cases are working through the system now.


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The US is the standard that rouge states aspire to.


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Find out who beats who with this link.

Conan vs Godzilla = Godzill wins 2,150,000 to 1,600,000


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Nitpickin' l33t1s7, I got yo grammer right here. *grabs crotch*


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HULK BITE INTO A SLIM JIM...OOOOOYEEEAAAAA!!!


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Tip to spellcasters, sure your genealogical chart is fully updated before casting epic level spells.


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Listing this under 'Topics That Will Piss Off a Pony'.


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I've got lots to say but it's all bile filled ramblings, personal attacks and self opinionated drek so I'm gonna keep quite instead of becoming a troll.


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Shhhh...

Hulk is contemplating Hulk’s own navel.


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And any reasonable and most unreasonable DM's will say "NO, start over with somthing less stupid."


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STR 10
DEX 8
CON 6
INT 10
WIS 6
CHR 5

1st level Commoner; please keep the cats away from me.


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Paul Watson wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
The only question that Hulk find hard is, "Do Hulk prefer Kirk or Hulk prefer Picard?"
Hah. Hulk finds that one easy. Hulk prefer Sisko!

Hulk not gay, Hulk prefer 7of9.


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Tic-Tock, 4th dimension calling.


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Hulk think Twilight good vampire flick.


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Abraham spalding wrote:

I apologize for my bit as well.

So to take things in a new direction I propose four new questions on corporations themselves:

1. Should corporations be treated as citizens?
2. Should corporations be allowed to spend their money on political statements?
3. How should legal responsibility be assigned in a corporation, and should those legally responsible be held responsible in all cases that the corporation is found guilty of illegal activity?

and lastly:
4. What can we do as a country (or as individuals) to help reduce the level of crap that corporations get away with?

1) Not unless the entire board of directors and the stockholders can be held personally responsible and punished, including jail time, for any crimes the corporation commits in their interest.

2) Yes but they should be limited to the same rules and regulations that a single individual is limited to. This means no anonymous donations or hidding behind PACs or other shells intended to hide corporate money.

3) See answer 1.

4) Bring back the draconian antitrust rules of the 40s and 50s. No corporation can hold more than a 20% market share in any area of production or service. Corporations can only donate funds to national political parties and are capped at $10,000 annually.


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feytharn wrote:
And that, irony or not, pretty much disqualifies you of having any decency. I hope, neither you nor someone you love will ever have to suffer from something that would make you understand the uglyness of what you wrote here.

My Dad beat "any decency" out of me by the time I was 15. I think I know more about uglyness than you will ever know.


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JMD031 wrote:
This thread needs less Leafar.

This thread needs less thread.


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The "dangerous and radical" La Raza website.
[heavy snark]We definitely don't want kids being taught the anti-American ideals espoused by this group.
Ideals like equality between the races, Hispanic and Native American empowerment and history told from a Hispanic and Native American view point.[/heavy snark]


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Tucker style dungeons and kobolds are also what drove many many people away from D&D.

One tactic from OAD&D that broke Tucker's dungeons was to polymorph a character into a xorn and then have that character use passwall and wall of stone, at will at the time, to bypass and/or seal the kobolds in their own labyrinth nullifying the pesky bastards.


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Bruunwald wrote:

It's a loaded question, phrased poorly, and does not reflect the reality of how such weapons get around or might be smuggled into the country. I would suggest you take some time to re-consider the question in light of the impracticality of carting a nuke or dirty bomb around, and as to which agencies actually are very much active in intel gathering on such devices, thus preventing their assembly or transport.

Trying to marry the issue of Mexican migrant workers with the job of the CIA, FBI, and other international agencies to stop terrorism, is basically just trolling to start a political fight.

The Canadian boarder is twice as long as the Mexican boarder and is less patrolled. Why do you automatically imply that the OP is talking about dangerous materials being smuggled in from Mexico and not from Canada?


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Kthulhu wrote:
LazarX wrote:
It is quite simple. Godzilla would become Big C's most ardent cultist.
It's like I said a few months ago. Godzilla is merely an overgrown Deep One. In fact, he's the 2nd most powerful Deep One, right after Dagon. Making him far inferior to Cthulhu.

Remember that Godzilla is a female so she would most likely be Cthulhu's b$~*# and therefore Cthulhu does whatever Godzilla wants.


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No plan has ever survived implementation so lets have a vague outline instead. That way if we see beneficial results we can claim a victory.


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World peace, if that can't be arranged I want 3 fiddy so the Loch Ness monster leaves me alone.

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