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BioDestroyer @ Cop isn't looking, now's my chance!

It's the boomerang man!

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BioDestroyer @ Gives this cat a title

He wanted to rub it in their faces.

"I got in front of the bullets and you still didn't hit me. Noobs."

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BioDestroyer @ What they aren't showing you.

XXX-Men: Apocalypse confirmed.

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BioDestroyer @ Tiberium Wars 75% steam discount.

I have no problem playing TW and I never disabled UAC.

Apparently it only affects pop-ups when registering to play online. That was during the Gamespy era, I don't know if it affects C&C: Online.

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BioDestroyer @ Meanwhile in Germany....

Leave the ignorants behind! Onwards to the stars, brothers!

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BioDestroyer @ Couldn't resist.

Just do it!

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BioDestroyer @ Too much time, too much time...

Yes, we need to conduct intensive research on the physics of boob-sized googly eyes while attached on boobs.

For Science!

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BioDestroyer @ Jawohl, mein Führer.

Heil Grammar.

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BioDestroyer @ Yeah, we love you too gamestop.

Taking into consideration all we hear about them, they are the sack of ****.

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BioDestroyer @ what to do about isis number 2

Just two things:

And you're going off what the military and police said?

No. I got to that conclusion either because of my own personal research and analysis of the situation, or because of someone else's that I saw somewhere, that I then searched to see if his informations were right. (It was a while ago, but I'm inclined towards the second one.)

Feelings do achieve, albeit through compulsion.

The only thing stopping you from acting on that feeling is what self control you have.

What you said, especially those two things, serves to support my point, that honor and dishonor lies in the actions and choices we make because of hatred.

Some people lose themselves to it. Some people let themselves be controled by it. Others don't, some of those even control it.

Consider feelings like being tools. One can use a hammer to build a house, and one can hit someone's head with a hammer. It's not the hammer's fault how it is used.

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Kinda unrelated:

"Aliens: You're all a bunch of ********."

Finally some like-minded people! Well, not people, but still...

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BioDestroyer @ #PCmasterrace

All Glory to the PC Master Race.

Hail Gaben.

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BioDestroyer @ Here's your gender equality..


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BioDestroyer @ what to do about isis number 2

“Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes.”
- Mahatma Gandhi

{Not sure if the quote is for the goverment or the people, but since the main subject is the govenment, I'm going with it.}

Everyone is free to make their own mistakes, but there should still be consequences, just like there is for Manslaughter (not sure if this is the right translation to English. I'm talking about murder when there wasn't the intention to kill, when it was an accident, be it because of negligence, incompetence or recklessness).

The only objective now is for hearts such as that to resonate in Washington D.C.

But I don't see people doing something about it, and supporting the government on its imperialism doesn't help. You can't just sit idly by waiting for things to change.

There had to be another way.

The thing is: There wasn't. I'm not going to get into detail on the situation, but as I said there, the terrorists did their homework very well. IIRC, this was it: They got all hostages in a room, rigged the pillars with explosives, and the only accesses were through long, easily defensible corridors (there were vents, but those were rigged too or something else).

...than you'd know not every leader in America is a bad person. It is not "Imperialist intentions" for everyone who gains a position of power in America.

I never said everyone was evil. But we aren't talking about individuals here, we are talking about the US government as a whole throughout its recent history. In its history, the US has been an imperialist country, that exploited, and exploits, peoples all over the world.

An end must be put to that.

Without getting too deep on it: Patriotism/Nationalism is a stupid concept. Being proud of the place you were born, just because you were born there, makes no sense.

"...loving your country unconditionally" The problem is exactly the "unconditionally" part. Someone criticizes a government and the people from that government's country gets offended. Like you did up there, believing I called everyone criminals.

I know people develop cultural ties, but there's no need for Patriotism/Nationalism for that. Cities and states have their own local "subcultures", and their people also have cultural ties. And there was never a need for "Statialism".

A piece of advice about hate, it's not gonna achieve anything. Believe me, I know.

I'll add, there's nothing honorable about hatred.

Feelings can't make/achieve anything. Feelings can't not make/achive anything. All that matters is what we do because of and with those feelings.

Fear is not a bad thing, but people lose themselves to it, and make irrational decisions in live and death situations that only lower their chances of survival. Love is a beautiful thing, but some people get so caught up in the heat of the moment, then a lot of things I don't need to put in an example happens, and in the end, the relationship doesn't work.

The same thing counts for hatred. There is nothing honorable and there is nothing dishonorable about hatred. Honor and dishonor lies in how we deal with hatred and the choices we make because of it.

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BioDestroyer @ what to do about isis number 2

Later than I wanted, but here it is. This will probably be my last contribution to the debate, it has gone way too long already. xD

You're preaching to the choir buddy...

...But we're in no mood to fight for we've been fighting for a while and are tired...

Really? Doesn't seem like it. I don't see anyone doing anything (only minor insignificant things) about it. You don't need to fight, you just need to not fight for them. That's it.

Good and bad, is subjective to the party in question...

You're merely capable of forming a opinion. You will never have all the facts of what goes on....

There is nothing subjective about providing proper sources and evidences to back up one's allegations.

The chef/food thing was just a comparison. It means that I don't need to be a correspondent to know how they should do they job properly.

Yes, maybe no one will ever have all the information, but I am free to formulate an opinion based on all informations and facts available.

I don't take what they say word for word...

They aren't using precision ordnance...

But you take most of their words, which is the problem.

My knowledge of Russian weaponry isn't complete, but from what I know, their weapons are good.

Well, you did call the entire U.S. Military criminals.

...we have a far more open media than the Russians. That's just a general fact.

No, I didn't. Don't put words in my mouth, that's going to a low level. I called your Government and the High Command of the army (you know, the guys giving the orders) criminals. Low level soldiers have no say in those things.

That's not a general fact. You have a corporate media, they might seem open, but that's a lie.

I advise you to read that article before drawing anymore conclusions.'re now operating under the assumption that a 3rd party investigation would be unbiased and "fair".

I read that, did you see who wrote that?

"Shane R. Reeves is a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army. He is an Associate Professor and the Deputy Head of the Department of Law at the US Military Academy

Matthew Milikowsky is a Captain in the US Army. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Law at the US Military Academy."

Once again, that's pretty much they saying that they do a good job. I have no reason to believe in their words.

No court is 100% unbiased, but we must try to make it as unbiased as possible. We don't let Defendants choose the Jury. We also don't let the Prosecutors choose the Jury.

In the end, it's not completely unbiased, the Jury is composed of human beings, with their own personal opinions, which may take them a bit to one side or the other, but we still try to make it as unbiased as possible. Having the Defendants do everything isn't even trying to do that.

So no, the US doesn't deserve the benefit of the doubt. No one does.

If that were completely true we'd be the spitting image of Helghast from Killzone.

Paul has run for president. I'm pretty sure you'd agree with many of his views if you read up on him. It's just a shame his message hasn't resonated yet.

{I never played Killzone, and I only know the basic storyline, so nevermind this if I got it wrong.}

No, because they try to disguise it as much as possible, if they did that, they wouldn't be disguising it.

{I don't know much about Ron Paul, I remember seeing things about him, but I don't remember them right now. So, this answer assumes that you are right about me agreeing with his views}

You answered this yourself: "...his message hasn't resonated yet." That's the problem, until you all wake up and see the lies, nothing will change there, and your government will keep moving forward with their imperialist agenda around the world.

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BioDestroyer @ what to do about isis number 2

We broke the comments? xD I wonder why, maybe it was the continuous and extremely long thread (maybe because of that ModDB couldn't create new pages, and that created the problem).

Well, I might come here tomorrow to answer the replies to my comment there. I wanted to have done it today, but I didn't have the time to write it (I still gotta finish reading the rest of the discussion that didn't involve me. xD).

But well, we broke the comments. Maybe that means we went a bit too far with the debating. xD

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BioDestroyer @ ISIS, and pacifism. (part 1)

About Nord-Ost: That was a tactical nightmare, the terrorists did their homework very well, we gotta give them that. All other alternatives would have ended with even more casualties. The only mistake commited by the Russians was that, since they couldn't reveal the chemical used (to prevent other terrotists from preparing to face it), they should have had their own doctors there to treat the people exposed to it.

The only guestion that matters about Nord-Ost is if they learned from that mistake. Nobody asked them that, so I don't know.

And to finish this: Yes, I'm not a 'Murican, and I'm not Russian either. I'm not biased towards any of them because of petty patriotism. My opinions were shaped throughout the years, based on facts and evidences, through rational and objective analysis of all data available.

From what I can see, your objective judgment of all of this is impaired by your patriotism.

Nationalism is an infantile disease. It is the measles of mankind.
- Albert Einstein

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BioDestroyer @ ISIS, and pacifism. (part 1)

Adding the UK Ministry of Defence doesn't really change anything. We have one side saying "We do our job right, the other side doesn't.", meanwhile the other side is saying the same thing. None of that serves as evidence.

Just because I'm not a correspondent I can't criticize when correspondents don't do their job right? I'm not a chef, but I'm capable of identifying good and bad food.

You have chosen to blindly believe SOHR for no good reason. I bet that, if they were reporting the opposite (US as bad guy and Russia as good guy), you wouldn't be trusting them blindly like you do now.

You'd already made up your mind about the United States long before this discussion even began.

And you've already made up your mind about Russia long before this discussion even began. ;)

Now you're just trying to denigrate my arguments while giving no actual facts to disprove it, trying to discard them as being biased agaisnt the US.

I didn't just start mistrusting the US out of nowhere, they made me distrust them throughout the years, with all of the bad things and lies they have made.

You didn't bother coming up with an argument because you just can't, all of your "evidences" come from the US saying how good they are, saying how they care about freedom and democracy. Words are not facts. Words are worth nothing in this world. Their acts prove otherwise.

About the MSF hospital, there are some things you just can't hide. There is a huge difference between bombing a random hospital or school somewhere to bombing an hospital run by the Médecins Sans Frontières, an internationaly recognized humanitarian group, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.

There are some things you just can't sweep under the rugs. But they did cover it up. They said they would investigate it themselves. MSF demanded an independent investigation, but apparently the US did not consent.

If they had nothing to hide they would have no reason to do that. has become quite the popular opinion of foreigners such as yourself to denigrate that which you could never understand...

I don't need to have family in something to understand it, that's the kind of thing that make people biased towards something (like yourself, apparently).

I have no hatred for your countrymen, I hate your government, and I hate imperialism. I hate them for their crimes, I hate them for their lies about freedom and democracy, for all evil they have committed under those disguises.

I have nothing but pity for you and your fellow countrymen, for your incapability of seeing beyond their obvious lies. They don't care about its people, they see you all as nothing but cannon fodder, as resources, assets, to fight, kill and die all over the world for their imperialistic interests, for the will of the bankers and a very small minority.

Some of you have seen the truth. Maybe one day the rest will too.

Here is what one of your countrymen said:

I spent 33 years and four months in active military service and during that period I spent most of my time as a high class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. I helped make Mexico and especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914. I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to collect revenues in. I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefit of Wall Street. I helped purify Nicaragua for the International Banking House of Brown Brothers in 1902–1912. I brought light to the Dominican Republic for the American sugar interests in 1916. I helped make Honduras right for the American fruit companies in 1903. In China in 1927 I helped see to it that Standard Oil went on its way unmolested. Looking back on it, I might have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three districts. I operated on three continents.

I know how your soldiers think, they think they are doing the right thing, they think they are actually fighting for freedom and democracy, they think they are helping, but they are not. They are fighting for imperialism, so that people that don't care about them can get what they want.

I feel pity of them. Their ignorance is causing the death of innocent people. Those innocent people include themselves.

None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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BioDestroyer @ When math suddenly gets relevant.

The problem is the situations that the problems use, they make things boring and make math seem unnecessary.

I once had a math book that had, in the beggining of every chapter, a situation in which its content was used in real life. All examples were from centuries long gone... :/

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BioDestroyer @ ISIS, and pacifism. (part 1)

This will be a late reply, but I feel that what you said on your first 2 comments need a response.

(Note1: For a lack of better terms, I will call the first 3 sources as "Anti-Russian" and the last 3 ones as "Pro-Murican", to keep their names short.)

(Note2: I will not put sources here because I don't remember all of them, and writing this will take long, but I will try to remember them in the next few days, if anyone wants them (and for some reason doesn't search for themselves), I will put them here.)

First off: The sources used by the Anti-Russian articles are mainly the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) and the Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR)

1) SOHR has nothing but a fancy name.

1.1) They count rebels that have no military training as civilian casualties. They are not civilians, they are fighters, combatants (this means that all of those 2000 casualties might actually be rebels, and not civilians).

1.2) They are biased in their covering. They once covered the same event with very different data in the 2 languages they use (Arabic and English).

The English version said that "Russian airplanes had killed X civilians in *Locations*", meanwhile the Arabic version said "X civilians killed by Assad Regime fighters".

Both news were referring for the same air strikes, in the same day, but the actors were different. That's misinformation. They want to demonize Assad internally, so that the Syrian people support the rebels, and they want to demonize Russia externally.

1.3) And needless to say, if they have so many evidences, why do they show us none?


I hadn't seen a lot about them before, but from searchs I've made it seems they are guilty of the same things of SOHR. And they also claim sources and evidences, while showing none.

Now, about the Pro-Murican articles:

The sources they have is the US government/army themselves. What they say about themselves is not trustworthy. There's a reason we don't trust criminals who plead innocence.

Besides, if you consider what the US says of themselves as enough evidence, what the Russians say about themselves is also enough evidence (Let's not have double standards here). The Russians said in the Anti-Russian articles:

"no evidence of our bombing civilians, even though everyone is accusing us of this"

"[the Russian air force] does not even plan air strikes on such targets in the event of a threat of civilian deaths"

Pretty much the same thing the US says about themselves.

Once again, let's not have double standards, if you consider US' word as enough evidence, Russian's words are worth just as much. So none of them is killing civilians there.

Now, based on all of this, plus all knowledge of previous US interventions, I can say:

The US is, by far, not the best choice.

Russia might not be the best choice, but is much better than the US.

There were more things I wanted to mention (Like the images of the air strikes in the BBC and Guardian articles, which come from the French and US army respectively, again, not unbiased sources) , but this comment is huge already, and some of those things would leave the subject (Syria) and go to other US interventions and the Nord-Ost Hostage Crisis. I'll leave those for another time.

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BioDestroyer @ Press A to jump.

Hail Gaben.

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BioDestroyer @ Happy birthday, Che!

"We also honour the great Che Guevara, whose revolutionary exploits, including on our own continent, were too powerful for any prison censors to hide from us. The life of Che is an inspiration to all human beings who cherish freedom. We will always honour his memory."
- Nelson Mandela

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BioDestroyer @ Press A to jump.

Filthy peasants in their feeding grounds...

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BioDestroyer @ Piracy in a nutshell

Makes you want to join the pirates...

Hang the black flag at the end of the mast!

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BioDestroyer @ Don't ever degrade yourself to this.

Nah... This is the humour group, he's probably joking.

No one understands women, not even women themselves.

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BioDestroyer @ ISIS, and pacifism. (part 1)

Yes, but maybe it helps prevent the US from making the same mistake, a third time.

I doubt it, tho.

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BioDestroyer @ Simpsons-Battlefield 1

First SpongeBob, now the Simpsons. What's next? xD

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BioDestroyer @ Revelations

Damn... Those videos make me glad I never became a huge fan of Mario. xD

We must always keep in mind: Always look at the grimdark side of life. It's usually the real one.

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BioDestroyer @ LargestFound

I still hope that one day someone buys the franchise from EA and fixes it (Especially the Tiberium universe). Replace at least Tiberian Twilight, but maybe even TW (To bring back the old Tiberium and make Nod the way they were before, highly trained soldiers instead of militia).

I would do that myself if I could.

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BioDestroyer @ Fact

Laws of man, laws of nature. All getting in the way of our fun. xD

Another thing: We live in the present, in the past and in the future. All in the same time.

In the present of our perspective, in the past of the future and in the future of the past.

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