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Fluffkind Jun 4 2013 says:

Wouldn't that cause problems if, say, you get caught sneaking? You press a button to move forward and your enemy sprints up to you and bashes you a few times over the head while you are unable to react due to just having wasted your 8 next moves.

+1 vote   news: A new speed system!
Fluffkind Apr 14 2013 replied:

Not much really. Redbull adds sugar and a little caffeine to what is otherwise just a lot of caffiene. Black coffee with lots of sugar has the effect of a hundred redbulls(Number chosen arbitrarily). You just can't drink coffee in the same way without burning your tongue to cinders and and making your sense of smell and taste commit suicide.

That's chemically at least. Redbull also has the advantage of being labled the way it is.

+1 vote   media: Seeing noises
Fluffkind Apr 14 2013 replied:

It's the great A'tuin. From the Discworld novels.

+5 votes   media: What atheist really believe
Fluffkind Apr 7 2013 replied:

Inside the handle maybe?

+2 votes   media: Nod SMG concept by Enduar
Fluffkind Apr 7 2013 replied:

First of, China won't suffer as heavily as the US will if the two stop trading. China is the dealer and America is the junkie. The dealer might not be able to pay for a new TV but the junkie will crawl up in a corner and cry. That is until other countries take over as factory land and the imports start again.

Secondly, of course China would get involved if N.Korea starts fighting. Just not on their side. There would be a Chinese flag in Pyongyang before the US is even aware the war has started. An exaggeration, but the only reason China allows North Korea to exist is because they don't want an american ally right at their borders. At present, there is no way they can get rid of N.K without all of Korea becoming one massive S.K. Being first to liberate Pyongyang would give them that chance.

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Fluffkind Mar 16 2013 says:

Why the fake Cyrillic? Just looks stupid imo.

+5 votes   media: Hey look, sum 40k
Fluffkind Mar 12 2013 replied:

Yes but you died in 1943, so that's totally understandable.

+15 votes   media: Most Honest Man on the Internet
Fluffkind Mar 11 2013 says:

It's shaped like a dreadnought but it's posture is that of a titan. Should be shorter and fatter.

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Fluffkind Mar 2 2013 replied:

Step 1: Aquire a time machine...

+7 votes   media: America's Sieg Rifle
Fluffkind Feb 18 2013 says:

Is that explosion dangerous?

+2 votes   media: New combine power generator
Fluffkind Feb 10 2013 replied:

I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiment, but I accidentally downvoted. A thousand apologies.

+7 votes   media: Cookie Wars - Revenge :D
Fluffkind Jan 25 2013 says:

All above statements are true.

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Fluffkind Jan 3 2013 says:

Just surfing around, thinking I'll check out my MODDB updates when suddenly HOLY FLYING MAGMA CARP!!! Empires mod 2.4? Yes please!!

+4 votes   news: Empires 2.4 Released!
Fluffkind Dec 31 2012 replied:

Hey Mr.Tally man!

+13 votes   media: Don't get your own bananas..
Fluffkind Dec 10 2012 replied:

Dunno about the original purpose of the tree, but the joke made here is a play on the well-known fact that all atheists are satanic baby-eaters.

+7 votes   media: Atheist Tree
Fluffkind Dec 2 2012 replied:

Is the whip ingame somehow?

+1 vote   media: Bloodthirster
Fluffkind Nov 22 2012 says:

I have this idea where in addition to a general election that everybody votes in we have several smaller elections, one for each "department of government". The election you get to vote in is determined by your education. Hopefully this would mean less uninformed voters and also less uninformed politicians. When you intimately know the politicians subject it will be harder for him to ******** or rely on rhetoric.

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Fluffkind Nov 17 2012 says:

I've got half a mind to shout this from a street corner.

+2 votes   media: Ave Imperator
Fluffkind Nov 7 2012 says:

First of, there are more than two parties. If you're disgruntled, vote for someone else. This is actually quite important to the democratic process. Secondly, there are differences.

That said, American politics always seem weird when viewed from over here. I sometimes get the feeling that it's all based on animosity between the parties rather than a legit discussion about policy.

That image is also really cool.

+3 votes   media: Voting in the United States
Fluffkind Nov 2 2012 replied:

From what we've seen, Rome 2 will be god-tier. CA hasn't let me down yet.

Oh, and about EB2: I know that feel bro.

+5 votes   media: Having a battle in Rome: total war.
Fluffkind Nov 2 2012 replied:

I would blam you, but sadly my bolt pistol lacks the range. Guess I'll have to round up a bunch of ships myself and deal with you that way. It's not like you stand a chance against his holy wrath.

+1 vote   news: Battlefleet Gothic - The Gothic Wars.
Fluffkind Oct 14 2012 replied:

"Is it really a troll site?"
Hard to answer. As I understand it the admin believes this **** very strongly, but I've heard a lot of talk on Reddit about trolling and writing satire in such a way that the mods don't realize it is satire. So you never know if any given article is an atheist troll or a christian nut.

+2 votes   media: Analogy Backfire
Fluffkind Sep 30 2012 replied:

No other agency of any country produces as much technical innovation as NASA. They have an entire department dedicated to finding uses for their technology outside of spacesciencestuff. You probably came into contact with dozens of NASA innovations just writing that comment. And technical progress gives us more, easier and most importantly cheaper ways to help others.

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Fluffkind Sep 30 2012 replied:

I mean that if you accept the premise "Religion X is true" then anything that contradicts that premise obviously becomes illogical. And challenging your belief (the faulty premise) is also illogical since doing so would be a punishable sin. It's a very intricate mind-trap.

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Fluffkind Sep 29 2012 says:

And this is why we cannot dismiss religious people as morons. Their logic is quite often excellent, only the premise being faulty. And since the logic supports the premise the only escape is stepping outside of their established logic, something not everyone is capable of. Especially not if they're on the defensive.

I kinda wonder what I would believe today if I was raised religious.

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Fluffkind Sep 28 2012 says:

Dum-de-dum... Just sharpening my gromril axe.

+1 vote   media: Night Goblins
Fluffkind Sep 25 2012 says:

So moving always trains you, but your encumbrance determines what skill increases?

+2 votes   news: Update 0.29: Encumbrance
Fluffkind Sep 23 2012 says:

That "scientist" he interviewed... Wow. Just wow. I believe science works because god. A result that contradicts the bible? Obviously human error.
Really I feel as though he's trying to justify his fundamentalism by placing science near it, because at some level he does realize that biblical fundamentalism doesn't work.

+1 vote   media: A scientist visits a creationist museum
Fluffkind Sep 23 2012 says:

If I may offer my own favourite comment on transitional fossils:
"Every past, present and future living thing is a transitional form between it's parents and it's children."

+8 votes   media: transitional fossil
Fluffkind Sep 19 2012 says:

Only water doesn't freeze at 32. Here in the civilized world it freezes at 0 degrees.

+6 votes   media: Heres how Creationism works
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