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Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: September 09, 2016, 06:38:19 pm »
Iavatus told Kiel to slit his wrists??? Jesus Farking Christ man, there's a limit to this shit.

Ivy made a dark joke. He didn't tell anyone to slit their wrists.

Pretty close paraphrase of what Ivy said in its entirety: Remember, horizontal for attention, vertical for business.

In the context, a fair number of people didn't even understand what he was referencing, as he was just replying to some mundane post that consisted of flailing or whining or bitching something else along those lines.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: September 08, 2016, 11:33:49 pm »
Wait, do they seriously have daily porn newsletters?

There's a newsletter for everything.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: September 08, 2016, 11:26:45 pm »
Lol, if only 3J actually acted like a dictator, and we could just rid ourselves of anyone irritating instead of letting them stay around to let everyone know how mad they are.

It's funny. Because if he was this horrible big bad wolf, wouldn't he have just banned Kiel and all his sympathizers in a Stalin style gulag death sentence from the start?

Option 1) Listen to people complain at you with uncomprehending words.
Option 2) Ban them dissidents with righteous fury. (Then sign their e-mail accounts up for daily porn newsletters.)

Which option would an internet dictator take?

I mean seriously... come on now.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: September 08, 2016, 11:05:36 pm »
I find it both amusing and sad how Kiel twisted the story on its head, or more often than not, just flat out lied when he relayed the events to his horde of fan-girls. The outright fury of flailing words is fanciful.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: September 06, 2016, 08:24:15 pm »
If you clipped  Bucky's first "Call to Arms", it's definitely gone.

I think the first one got amputated into like five different pieces.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: August 12, 2016, 09:09:48 pm »
Dang, Killa. If there's any truth to the commercials, you might be in need of a Snickers.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: May 15, 2016, 11:10:11 am »
Nah, they're really adamant about the "no refunds ever, we don't care if you drive 7 hours to get here & the only thing that's running is the model railroad."

I recommend Hershey Park, if you're ever in south central Pennsylvania. Even if the weather is sour, you can always ride the chocolate factory tour on repeat for hours and get free candy.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: May 15, 2016, 08:12:41 am »
On the other hand, folks, if people really want to abuse the ability to walk into a room, (not exactly a Herculean task) then they will. Period. Hell, people walk into opposite sex restrooms all the time by accident, (I'd hope, anyway--I sure didn't mean to) it's not hard.

The most commonly spouted rationale for why this law is "needed" (that I've heard) is to prevent sexual assaults, and I just find that concept laughable. So a rapist who has limited or no qualms whatsoever about physically abusing another person is going to be stonewalled by a law about not being allowed to walk into a room? Or, you know, slink in when no one is looking? That sounds awfully silly to me. Someone who commits a crime is a criminal, regardless of anything else. And violent criminals, by the very state of being violemt criminals, don't exactly have a high respect for paper laws.

In the military, you have to crap in the right ditch so the entire unit doesn't get infected with your filth, same with prehistoric societies. But aside from that, we've had this pooping thing down pretty well for quite a few centuries, if not millennia. Now politicians are trying to make possibly the simplest task of any life form complex. Don't we have more pressing matters to attend to? Like making our children better at reading and math?

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