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I bet you would if you jacked off during the day instead
I've been waiting months for lt.Dann to come in here and say something along the lines of "well maybe they've killed him 5 times."
What about all the materialistic people in our society? Look at our nation's federal government, Yuri- humans have been so unsatisfied with the gods we've created (despots, kings, dictators) that we've decided to throw together our own Mount Olympus. We now have a bunch of "gods" fight over issues with the implied belief that us petty, insignificant mortals aren't expected to be involved in or even understand for that matter. While it's so obvious that we're trying to create human gods you still don't see past a little porcelain baby jesus?
I'm not a Christian or even a religious person for that matter, but I can understand how this artwork helps people connect to their god and better understand themselves. They don't worship the art, they worship the faith in god it represents. The bible has many interpretations, and I'd go as far to say the most relevant interpretation of idols would be the people we try to turn into gods, not the objects.
Its both disrespectful and condescending to call religious art "idols" and justify that with your own twisted version of Christianity.
I doubt the US is going to war over Syria, I'd relax.
Our population has learned from Iraq, and none of our leaders would want to suffer such a hit to their popularity by opening another conflict in the region.
Maybe they did something as of the 1.0 patch
I completely agree with the innocent until proven guilty argument. That's one of the most definitive lines between a free society and an autocratic one.
I disagree with these people
I read somewhere that the US can be best compared to a genius teenager on the world stage. The nation is young, and our power has made us arrogant (and at the same time older nations have been jealous of this power). We are still learning how to exert ourselves constructively. More importantly, on a national scale, we are growing morally and ethically. We are just now learning of our mistakes, and remember that we didn't fight a large scale war on our soil since the 1860s- on a social level we have been able to be apathetic towards violence, sometime glorifying it because we are not so familiar with it at home. Nowadays with our recent foreign wars, the internet, shootings, and general gray space in our foreign policy, the US is changing.
We are declining in brute strength while simultaneously growing ethically.
My biggest problem with this post is it's complete ignorance of any of these internal/cultural aspects of the US. We have our positives and negatives. We are certainly not a sole force of evil on this earth- I don't even believe such a thing could exist. We are far more complex than most would like to think.
Law enforcement, ballistics engineering, organized crime, CIA
It's still more or less irrelevant
If you're stealing assets from Arma at least do a retex so we can't tell xD
What if black holes are just giant cosmic toilets designed to flush our universe into an even bigger universe? woooaaahhhhh sciieeennceee
I'd go with the decision of a medical professional.
Parents can make some pretty stupid decisions for their own children, and these children should not be forced to suffer due to a parent's ignorance. (drawing knowledge from infant circumcision)
Bob Ross wasn't just teaching art, a lot of the concepts he applied to painting could be applied to just about any aspect of life
MAKE LOVE TO THE CANVAS
That argument never made any sense. The "men and women who struggle so hard to defend them" are often part of the same generation...
As if any other government would be ideal...
worst that could happen is they'd have to remove the logo. It's actually not that big of a deal
You shouldn't be making models for the sole purpose of hitting a poly limit. If you can make something true to the real thing keeping as few polygons as possible (and making good use of texture space), there's nothing wrong with having a well-made 5k poly weapon.
I'll agree that it's lacking in wear and tear, but it also doesn't seem to be using the slight color tones you'd normally see in certain materials. It also seems like both the metal and synthetic parts of the gun are using the same base texture...
You're right about the wear and tear though. Even
Skyrim is a sandbox rpg, Darksouls is a linear rpg.
I see them as completely different, so I won't compare them. Due to my preference, I enjoyed Skyrim more, but I don't have a problem with people who think otherwise.
I would take arena or daggerfall over darksouls- maybe not redguard though. I can really get into retro games. Even without mods, the 3 contemporary Tes games you're talking about aren't at all bland or uninteresting depending on how you play them.
My preference in games requires a lot more freedom than a game such as dark-souls, regardless of whether or not its good.
yea, that was pretty deceptive
I'm liking that camo
Arma 2 had the same issues starting out. Arma 3 will be just as good if not better- trust me.
What strange arms you have
Any extra-terrestrials? Not for long.
Don't be silly, I'd need a much bigger ironing board...
Wow that's awesome!
Awesome! I love the frozen texture on the gun.
3d sights are perfect
The camo on the body should be scaled down a bit