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41  Other / Off-topic / Re: You Laugh You Lose Again on: December 14, 2010, 01:44:35 am
    List of Southern Skills:
    • Low Standards
    • Wrestle Crocodiles
    • Throw sticks that come back



    [/list]

    Very Southern'd
    42  Other / Off-topic / Re: You know what I really hate? on: December 11, 2010, 01:10:19 pm
     Sorry if this is off-topic

    [rant]

    I hate racist people.

    I am of a race that is native to my country, of 10 thousand years or more. The amount of open racism about my race is so blatant and accepted that it makes me angry.
    Australia is one of the most multicultural countries, and also one of the most racist. My people didn't have rights even up to 50 years ago, great grandfather was one of the first of his people to get the right to vote in this country, and that's only because he was a war veteran. He didn't get war memorial grave until the last 10 years.

    I am educated, reasonable, intelligent, charismatic and loving. Most of my family is the same, most of my extended family is also the same. And yet Aboriginal people get such a prejudice view and strong stereotyping. But you know what, I don't mind that, because we have always had that.

    BUT THE NERVE OF SOME PEOPLE!

    I have heard people say "All them immigrant cunts and those aboriginals should get the fuck out of my country"
    And "I don't hate aboriginal's just most of them, you know the ones that steal your shit and sniff paint"
    And so many people, young and old have such horrible views on immigration, but they have no problem with English people, or Irish people.
    I know lots of Malaysian, Middle Eastern and Chinese people who are educated, and skilled to work in very high class jobs to fill positions WE NEED. I'm talking, doctors, scientists, psychiatrists or any other humanitarian or economically important job.

    But still people have such prejudice? This makes me aggravated.
    I am lucky to have physicle features resembling someone of German or English decent because I am basically a 100% of my father, but because of this, people think its acceptable to be openly racist in front of me, and I don't say anything about it most of the time because of how prevalent it is and how willing people are to accept it.

    I love every person for who they are, and I try to find the good in people. Race, gender and age doesnt define you, your actions do. Do you have to be a minority or be something different from the norm to understand this? Why do so many people hate.
    I can only put my frustration into a long and vulgar word:

     SHITDICKNIPPLECUNTFACEDFUCKINGFUCKERWINDOWLICKINGDOORKNOBFUCKINGCUNT

    That is all.

    [/rant]
    43  Other / Off-topic / Re: You know what I really hate? on: December 11, 2010, 04:05:37 am
    You don't watch the matrix for the cinematic experience you watch it for hidden social commentary that was wrapped up within the action as to please the masses and get the message out. Watch it with a view that everything represents something, including small things.  

    It asks alot of questions, which vary in openness and you should think about each of them. For the theological and philosophical experience The Matrix is incredibly enjoyable every time (unless you watch it in excess whereas those questions become bland and unimaginative as you get stuck into them more and more.)
    I suggest watching with a group of friends, and don't be afraid to talk through action scenes about the thought value of those idea's which are raised in the movie.

    In terms of technology you have to remember that slow-motion was so new to motion film that they had to make a novelty of it people had never seen slow motion in such vivid and accurately 3D motion. And it was amazing to place those scenes the way they are, I enjoy those scenes still, because I can appreciate the technology and the novelty for the value they used to be and not the standards they are today.
    44  Other / Games / Re: Crazy Broadsword's Super Fantabtabulous Contest! JUDGMENT DAY!!! on: December 01, 2010, 01:34:52 am
    So do I have to give you head now or later.
    45  Other / Games / Re: Crazy Broadsword's Super Fantabtabulous Contest! Win a Copy of Trine! on: November 30, 2010, 02:40:07 pm
    I WANT SONGS!

    You guys never asked me to write anything for you before, just assumed you though being musical was gay.
    46  Other / Games / Re: Crazy Broadsword's Super Fantabtabulous Contest! Win a Copy of Trine! on: November 30, 2010, 09:55:55 am
    Placeholder *

    Its kinda crappy, I wrote it in 5 mins, and its like 40 degree's outside. So fuck quality of laptop webcams.

    <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5e1aO_2xKE" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5e1aO_2xKE</a>
    47  Other / Off-topic / Re: We can't stop here... This is bat country. on: November 28, 2010, 03:22:02 pm
    The only other Australian is back, huzzah!
    48  Other / Games / Re: Other Mods/Free Games on: November 26, 2010, 01:29:21 am
    Apparently Vindictus is claiming to be the best free MMORPG out at the moment, real physics system is included within the game. Not sure about actual gameplay because its American only, so enjoy it.
    49  Other / Off-topic / Re: You Laugh You Lose Again on: November 19, 2010, 03:14:52 am
    Octane, do you regular /v/ ?
    50  Other / Off-topic / Re: RELIGION THREAD! WAIT NO LONGER, GET YOUR RELIGION DISCUSSION HERE NOW OR FOREVER REGRET IT on: November 13, 2010, 07:45:23 am
    I have a really weird belief system In which you would associate closest to the Native Americans but its the aboriginal people of Australia. Spirituality is the practice of basically searching for your true self, and discovering the true nature of conciseness in a sense. All of the practices in my belief I wouldn't exactly say I could believe on a scientific level, but they mean something to me. Like smoking ceremonies to get rid of the bad spirits in a house, or person. It may sounds whackey but I get something out of that on a personal level, its more than just hocus pocus to me, because its giving me piece of mind and a sense of acknowledgment to my land, people and ancestors.

    I guess you could say I have simplistic beliefs, but they make me happy. And on a basic level, isn't that what matters?
    51  Other / Off-topic / Re: RELIGION THREAD! WAIT NO LONGER, GET YOUR RELIGION DISCUSSION HERE NOW OR FOREVER REGRET IT on: November 13, 2010, 07:35:05 am
    I find it hard to label belief as with most things in life, a simple label refers to a huge spectrum of measurement. Most of the time there is a huge Grey area between one area of the other.

    In saying that, I believe that any one person who isn't willing to listen and consider and decide for themselves about religion/belief they are incredibly closed minded people who you don't have to argue with because they aren't willing to consider they are wrong.
    The only problem I have with atheism is they aren't willing to practice spirituality, because to me, its not about what the belief system is its about the discipline and knowledge that teaches you the lessons within the text's and stories. You don't have to believe in a god to get something out of religion, and you don't have to be classified in religion to practice spirituality.
    52  Other / Off-topic / Re: The Return of the Peeps Pics Thread on: November 12, 2010, 08:04:46 pm
    No, Austrians have the best chocolate.

    Are you fucking kidding?

    Holland all the way.
    53  Other / Off-topic / RELIGION THREAD! WAIT NO LONGER, GET YOUR RELIGION DISCUSSION HERE NOW OR FOREVER REGRET IT on: November 12, 2010, 06:35:20 pm
    Oh by no means was I implying the discussion was un-civilized I was more directing to this post.

    So, discussing religion is offensive to religious people? Discussing anything ever will always result in someone getting offended. I've been nothing but civil during this whole discussion, apparently asking the same in return from you is too much.

    With prof-reading through other posts such as:
    Also, the way you put it is offensive to religious people. I know you're a bible-burning, science-thumping, Darwin-humping atheist, but you need to learn to talk in a more delicate manner so you don't offend people who don't share your same views.

    or
    Waper was making a comparison. You think he's trolling because 95% of the posts he makes are trolling.

    I didn't mean for it to be taken personally, or as an isolated case. I've seen him get heated in other discussions before where his argument didn't seem invalid yet his delivery had caused other forum members to get offended or in some isolated cases even offensive and petty. If it appears that way I apologize and I would take back
    the statement.

    And I may add, the comment wouldn't be directly related to any one person even though I used Waper as a single case point. Sorry for the confusion, I will clarify next time and try not to cause strife or confusion.
    54  Other / Off-topic / RELIGION THREAD! WAIT NO LONGER, GET YOUR RELIGION DISCUSSION HERE NOW OR FOREVER REGRET IT on: November 12, 2010, 06:23:09 pm
    Waper, you content isn't offensive, your delivery of such content can be offensive in terms of language, attitude and response.
    In-fact even responding defensively with aggression can be seen as a offensive act due to assumption of anger and therefor the intent of malice.

    Although I don't blame you for your approach, I don't expect anyone to deal with such delicate issues with a careful tongue on the basis of such strong belief and hypothetical assumption that there is indeed a wrong and right in terms of the actuality of belief.

    I wont get involved in these discussions on the basis that I have such odd beliefs in terms of religion to these forums, and the simple implication of such wacky idea's may promote ridicule or some awkward questions.
    55  Other / Off-topic / Re: The Return of the Peeps Pics Thread on: November 12, 2010, 06:15:35 pm
    Bueno? More like Buena. Hah, amirite?
    56  Other / Games / Re: Call of Duty: Black ops on: November 11, 2010, 02:34:32 pm
    I found the campaign too easy, all you had to do was shoot everyone and move forward to next cover, shoot everyone, move forward. Helicopter's were fun to drive though.
    57  Other / Games / Re: All Hopes for Fallout Are In New Vegas on: November 11, 2010, 02:27:47 pm
    If you max out small guns early the 10mm SMG kills deathclaws in a single clip.
    58  Other / Games / Re: All Hopes for Fallout Are In New Vegas on: November 10, 2010, 02:21:25 pm
    You know, ceasers legion would seem like the answer, good job forum.
    59  Other / Games / Re: Call of Duty: Black ops on: November 10, 2010, 12:35:39 pm
    Everything lags, everything. Dont even try zombies because you wont be able to get to level unless you have 3 teammates who are compensating for there lag.
    60  Other / Games / Re: All Hopes for Fallout Are In New Vegas on: November 09, 2010, 04:59:18 pm
    Tabatha talks about the two headed bear people (NCR) and there battle cattle (brahmin) later on she talks about how the mutants are running away from the cattle and she tells them to not fear the cattle just beware then something along the lines of (DO NOT FEAR THE BATTLE CATTLE)
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