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Admiral-165 Jun 11 2015, 10:12pm says:

Good to see you're still doing stuff. Sometimes I like to go on nostalgia trips around here just to see what everyones been up to, who's inactive, etc.

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Admiral-165 Feb 27 2014, 4:49pm says:

Puu.sh Thanks

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Admiral-165 Jan 12 2014, 2:07pm replied:

multiple lines are one sentence, for example the last two lines are one sentence, which is what Commander said. You're taking each line to be individual which it is not (that's not the way these types of poems are written).

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Admiral-165 Jan 11 2014, 9:05am says: +5 votes   media: God the Builder
Admiral-165 Dec 18 2013, 7:50pm says:

North Koreer*

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Admiral-165 Dec 11 2013, 12:49pm says:

Woah i'm Canadian.

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Admiral-165 Dec 9 2013, 4:51pm replied:

Yeah, i forgot to mention that if killing a lot of the animals would seriously damage the ecosystem then i dont agree. Like obviously killing endangered animals is a not a good thing to do. usually they have quotas for this reason i think.

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Admiral-165 Dec 9 2013, 1:19pm says:

As long as you use the corpse (ie for food, the pelt etc.) and its a clean kill, then i don't see a problem. Stuff like killing an elephant for the tusks and not using anything else i have a problem with, or wounding the animal and letting it die slowly.

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Admiral-165 Dec 9 2013, 1:16pm says:

Dark Souls for sure have a much richer lore. You can spend hours reading about all the stuff in game, and just experiencing Lordran. However if we're talking about Gameplay, Dark Souls (especially PC but not exclusively) has bad multiplayer to say the least. With all the hackers and such it kind of ruins it. Although it still can be very fun. Also the PC port of Dark Souls is very poor as well (with the super sensitive camera and such, but there are mods to fix it). I can definately see why you prefer Dragon's Dogma in terms of gameplay.

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Admiral-165 Dec 7 2013, 12:59pm replied:

Pretty much word for word what everyone decides on.

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Admiral-165 Dec 7 2013, 12:57pm replied:

Sorry, i can't hear you guys over my free healthcare and higher standard of living. lel. Also coloured money is cool

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Admiral-165 Dec 6 2013, 12:49pm says:


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Admiral-165 Dec 6 2013, 1:43am says:

Very nice. There's no way im gonna have time to read this with my actual school stuff going on, but very nice upload.

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Admiral-165 Dec 6 2013, 1:38am says: +3 votes   media: Nelson Mandela
Admiral-165 Dec 6 2013, 1:37am replied:

I actually didn't read the books. I thought it was fine though (if very predictable, oh he was really fighting the aliens for realz? WOAH didn't see that coming). TBH there wasn't enough character stuff for me to care. There the main guy, the girl, the douchebag who becomes a friend, etc.

I liked it because i love sci-fi in general, i can watch the cheesiest sci-fi **** and still like it (I watched all of Stargate SG1 in like 2 and a half weeks)... Not saying SG1 is cheesy, but lets be honest, the first couple seasons were pretty high on the cheese factor...

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Admiral-165 Dec 5 2013, 2:35pm replied:

There are no good or bad choices in Witcher 2. There are some which are less bad than others lol. I personally always go with the elf guy (forgot his name, its been awhile), but he still kills innocents too. That's why i like the game, because it forces moral decisions upon you where its not just 'do you want to be good or evil' its 'if you choose the good choice more people will die, if you choose bad less people die'. Witcher is the perfect example of how video games make us think, and weigh moral choices.

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Admiral-165 Dec 4 2013, 3:48pm replied:

lol yes Insanity is exactly right. "random ordinary religious folk", if by that you mean the Clergy that supported Hitler and Franco then... Yeah.

The socialists attacked clergy because they supported Franco, and by extension, Hitler.


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Admiral-165 Dec 4 2013, 3:35pm replied:

Again, you don't care what Hitler says unless its about how he hates Christianity. You pick and choose what you listen to.

yes i did, that's why i asked you about a quote that was in the link lol. I'm not sure what you think i meant when i said "That link also claims..."

Yes i am aware that Hitler was anti-religious, and I also know that many Christians supported him. However those can be found in history books instead of the sketchy websites you linked.

I never said Hitler was Christian, it's very obvious he couldn't care either way. When he started persecuting Jews the Christians were happy to support him though.

As for what i was talking about (since you didn't understand me the first time ill link pictures now)


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Admiral-165 Dec 4 2013, 3:29pm replied:

Check your sources, half of those don't cite anything.

1. Talking about religious schools being shut down alright.
2. The Soviets disliked the church for the same reason most catholics or others would dislike the vatican, they extorted the people. China disliked Christianity far before Mao came to power, it has to do with the fact that a bunch of foreigners came into their country, kept them down, and pushed their religion on them, its not different then the Natives in North America.
3. Pol Pot would kill people with glasses because he though they were intellectuals. We aren't talking about someone who thinks, we're talking about someone who acts. Claiming he was influenced by Atheism is laughable as he basically killed everyone he didn't like (not just religious people)

4. LMG was shut down after 1940 and churches reopened after the German invasion.

5. Yeah North Korea is bad to anything Western, this includes much more than Christianity. However, as your link says, this has to do more with the fact that they revere kim il sung, and not do with Atheism. Theyre persecuting christians because they are from the west, and that contradicts the teaching of kim il sung.

Finally, please read the article you linked last, I have a feeling that what theyre saying is the opposite of them essage you wanted to get across, but you didn't read what you linked.

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Admiral-165 Dec 4 2013, 3:10pm replied:

Hitler's words which are 100% true when talking against Christianity but not true when he's in direct contradiction to what you say. Alright that seems fair.

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Admiral-165 Dec 4 2013, 2:55pm replied:

That link also claims that Bolshevism is the creation of the christians and jews, which is of course nonsense since, as youve previously stated, communism is atheist.

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Admiral-165 Dec 3 2013, 11:12pm replied:

His final thought i found very interesting, that anyone who is curious about the world around them is a scientist/investigator, and that this is more important that science. Now, i half agree with him here, as someone who has been burned for this, yeah i agree the idea you're getting accross is infintely more important than the terminology you use. But at the same time, the terminology (for the most part) is there for a reason, in order to distinguish one thing from another. If you were writing up a lab report for example, you're gonna want to be specific in the procedure otherwise your report is useless to anyone who wishes to reproduce your findings (which is important for verification reasons). However, he never gives any examples as to what he's talking about so I can't really know for sure (he says laws and rules which you can't question, but this can mean anything, such as the proper way to name bacteria all the way up to the scientific method itself).

Finally, him saying Science is like a belief system like religion with respect to the fact its run by people. Does this mean anything run by people which involves them believing in something is similar to religion (with respect to the fact that theyre both run by people)? As i said before it's not much of a point to make as Science and religion are different entities. Although they share the similarities of both run by people and both explain the unknown, i cannot then claim that they are then both the same effective belief system as im ignoring all the differences (which is ironic given that his first point was talking against how scientists supposedly ignore facts).

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Admiral-165 Dec 3 2013, 11:11pm says:

In a lab report you always have sources of error, as well as error calculations on your data. For most instruments its half of the smallest unit you can measure with the tool. On a ruler this would be 0.5 mm since the smallest unit on a ruler is 1 mm. This factors into your conclusion, same with the sources of error you encountered in the lab (human error, measurement error etc). So him suggesting that you can't be sure of what you see, well yes i can't be 100% sure, but that's what the error calculations are for. Him suggesting that scientists just measure things and just state that it is absolutely correct is not true, thats not the way it's done by proper scientists.

His point is that science is run by people, which is a fairly useless thing to say just because of that fact that i can make that point about anything else. He is right that some people are arrogant, and if they are in charge of something then it will turn out bad. but again this isn't a argument against science. My main issue here is not so much that he is incorrect (since he very well might be, As I don't personally know any people in the cutting edge of science i cant say either way), but just that this issue exists in every institution run by man, eliminating it is difficult.

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Admiral-165 Nov 17 2013, 12:21pm says:

It's a jab at r/atheism, if you go there you'll cringe.

+3 votes   media: Euphoria atheist mag
Admiral-165 Nov 17 2013, 12:20pm says:

This picture represents everyone on r/atheism lol, it's sad what passes for atheism on the internet.

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Admiral-165 Oct 27 2013, 8:08pm says:

I dressed up like Patrick Bateman to my friends Iranian halloween party on saturday. I was the only white guy there but they can party lol.

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Admiral-165 Oct 20 2013, 2:13pm says:

I think they qualify the volunteer work by saying that it has to benefit your local community, which would mean modding wouldn't count.

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Admiral-165 Oct 12 2013, 1:57pm replied:

That's pretty much what I do too, i've boughten many games i've pirated because they're good. I've also boughten many games without pirating them, and sometimes they're very bad... So in a way i see TPB as a full game demo site of sorts, i figure between the games ive paid for which are bad, and the good games ive pirated and later boughten, im pretty much even.

Movies are the same for me, if they're good i'll buy them. TV shows I just pirate since i figure if you can watch them on TV for free, I can pirate them for free as well. That being said I did buy season 1 and 2 of Game of Thrones after pirating them so...

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Admiral-165 Oct 7 2013, 6:35pm replied:

coolio, thanks. I'm fairly busy now with school and my midterms coming up though

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