I'm a belgian who likes gaming and drawing. Thanks to some argument with an 11-year old i have been muted by henley on moddb since september 2011 and can't post comments on this site. [according to loner you need to fill this in completely, since he's dutch i wouldn't be surprised if this is some kind of trick. Come to think of it cheese is a valuable resource after all and the cheese reconstruction project looks like a worthwile investment in the long run. On to weed, those damn dutch and their marihuana. Just listen to glebstar while high. IF YOU WANT TO PLAY BLACKLIGHT CONTACT ME - i want to profit of the friend referal system :3. Belgium has good comedy and music, the dutch have cheese and drugs. chewing gum is nice, though i don't like your face. onbeskoft. and what is this pen doing here, get lost pen nobody likes you. seems like the cat's out of the bag again... mother of god 100 characters left >.> so i'll just end with: si vis pacem, ill give each one of you 5 across the assss

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_w_ @ Rivan of the Dark Side

Getting to nearby highground would mean going outside the settlement, around the walls and climbing the hill it is built against. Or breaking into a nearby house and go to the roof.

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_w_ @ A Rising Power

"If you don't need us then why were we summoned? Those are crimes against Kuat you are mentioning." Brakue insisted

"Some might say i have little left to lose and this man here is reminded of his youthly exploits, but I would be putting the good name and existance of my whole family and heritage on the line. I think what my colleague here means, is that it's time you get to discussing some substance here. Why else would we be invited to talk face to face?" Signed Lord C.

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_w_ @ My life in 2013 vs 2017

Fkn 18? I already respect you for moving out at 20, that's rarer than you think.

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_w_ @ A Rising Power

OOC: Game theory: is kuat hyrule confirmed? Is link in undertale?

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_w_ @ A Rising Power

Crisgae let Kain speak on for a while but he turned to him with a sour face. "Do you think we are like the common folk? I did not put on my best prosthetic leg to hear you spout some grand empty words. Look at my old battered body, I have been in this "business" for all my life. Surely you do not think it is this easy, and surely you do not expect me to take a bait like this. Our clan had to struggle to where it is now and you were born in it."

"A big promise without any sort of plan is something i can not pledge to." Brakue kept it short

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_w_ @ _w_

Eh, he was mostly joking about the farming

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_w_ @ Rivan of the Dark Side

The guards seemed to disperse immediatly once they passed a first housing row. Seemed, because it happened as subtely as the whole retreat itself. It was not an ambush as the distance was kept, even increased perhaps if they could have see where they dissapeared to.

The silence and absence of the deadzone was deafening. This settlement was definately built when the edge ran away from it, but it has sence overtaken the walls, not as a siege weapon but as a creeping slumber underneath the cracks of the earth. This is something one of the duo felt intuitively due to his experience, the other was a bit in the dark still and unsure of what this weirding presence was. After all the settlement did not seem to be part of the zone from afar, it enjoyed the hills and vegetation nearby. Records and visuals show the zone grew ofcourse but this far? It was not immediatly apparent, unlike the barren cracked soil of the center. [he who coments first gets to interpret who is the dummy and who is the smartie here]

What puzzled both, as neither had an immediate answer for it, is the creeping image of the fortress in the corners of their eyes, as if it was always there right over their shoulder out of their line of sight, a vague silhouette that would alert any animal. It seemed clearer, larger and more visible than it has ever been, but when they turn to look at it directly it seems 10 km away, small and shrouded as it should be.

The dissapearance of the hooded figures seemed to activate the busybodies on the streets, or rather put focus on the newcomers b yomission of their safety net. People did ot speak or approach them, rather treat them as a taboo.

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_w_ @ Sakura Matou

No answer, you're sending me away empty-handed and devastated.

And i'm afraid the feeling's not very mutual kimmie.

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_w_ @ Look what I've got! Shadow of War ~ Mithril Edition

Tolkien and lootcrates with a dash of walled of progression for f2p in a full priced title, that **** doesnt mix

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_w_ @ Zorans Necroempire announce

Great moves bagy keep it up!
And i have a question:
Will your universe have an endtimes?

Thanks
Vaut

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_w_ @ Sakura Matou

Do you really? I always wonder why strangers give a ****, and why not in pm before the profile was opened. Is it her clout? And didn't she roast you on your martial arts belts and basement foto's? Fascinating.

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_w_ @ F

I.gyazo.com
Saw it pass on my timeline earlier, he dodged a bullet fams.

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_w_ @ A Rising Power

"Dont have to tell me kid but seems like that plenty ends once we are set past your walls." He took a swig of the stuff and called upon his servant for a refill. The touch of his lady servant seemed to give Crisgae an epiphany "Now boy what do you mean "small noble", I have sailed these spaces long..." But he was cut short.

"Your question is barely a suggestion. Give us an offer instead." Brakue refused to blink.

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_w_ @ Rivan of the Dark Side

The tall cramped housing and thicc mobs obscured anything that could pass for a governmental building, thinking logically it might be deeper down against the hillside.

Aproaching the guards made them subtely retract closer to the center, the distance remained the same.

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_w_ @ _w_

Yeah and vagabond, i'll read them someday but my brother spoilered me on both already.

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_w_ @ Rivan of the Dark Side

The settlement that they arrived at had what could be described as huts that somewhat outclass your average mud huts. A circular town centre reinforced on the outside by two stone walls, the outer wall was only waist high, half of the town was built up against one of the steep hills they could see from a distance. It was only 10 metres high and barely larger than the town itself. Makes one wonder why they did not build the settlement on the hill itself. A strange aura falls over the party as they enter, as if the deadzone numbed their sense before. The familiar presense of the dark side, but rather of people that wallow in it instead of use it. The settlement looked small from a distance but housed a lot of citizens, the hutts were built incredibly close by each other and streets were narrow. There were both humans and aliens present, most payed them no heed, the party saw a few mon calamari (their presence everywhere in these sectors were noted due to the federation), omwati etc.

Sparse hooded figures of which the robes barely concealed their armor forms, did gaze at the party and did not let their eyes wander. The common populace seemed to put their faith on handling newcomers on these figures, yet they made no effort to greet them.

estimated population of the village before arriving:200, upon arrival: 1500..

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_w_ @ A Rising Power

Lord Crisgae stroked his pencil moustache and gladly accepted a drink his own servant presented him with. The sweat on his pudgy face only highlighted his double chins, something he tried to hide with the high neck braces an his old but regal uniform. His many chins quivered as he gulped down some Halmad Prime. "A rare drink since the mandalorians took over that sector." The whole acting farce seemed to mock kain's lack of hospitality. He struggled with his bionic prosthetic leg as he tried to overcome the mountain of a floor step in front of him

This went right over Lord Brakue's head. The older thin long man loomed over the other two with his towering 2 metres of height. He had a craggy face with pronounced cheekbones. Cold blue eyes stared from under his officer's cap. A uniform Kain did not recognise, neither did these nobles know each other. He did not say a word yet.

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_w_ @ GR-75 Transport

Forgot to say it looks great and fits right in, what guns will it have?

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_w_ @ GR-75 Transport

How many explosives would you need to reach from the ground into the bunker? Also how would you communicate with the ssd? controlling it from a distance would give your transmissions away.

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_w_ @ GR-75 Transport

In the endor scenario where the ISD's didnt give a **** about the fleet, it wasnt a bad idea. If the empire actually beared its full brunt on the rebel fleet, it would have been a slaughter no matter what role they were fulfilling. Real question is why did the imperial fleet do jack ****, and why does it seem like the rebels anticipated this. I feel like i read an answer to that before, but i probably forgot.

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_w_ @ Yndoril.

mloin mloin

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_w_ @ Rivan of the Dark Side

Arkanus had little luck, something interfered with the systems. Very little useable data actually streamed through, not enough to form an image. The disruption was stronger, the closer he came to the fortress. By flying outside the deadzone for a moment, he confirmed that the disruption largely coincided with it. Looking for underground tunnels would be futile from the air.

The light was indeed dim, but the fortress was ever so imposing. It had more of a slumbering rather than active air, but beasts slumber too.

Lok's eyes are drawn to the dead zone's edge settlements in the distance. Arkanus had to fly over them to confirm the jamming radius, but due to their proximity to the edge of the dead zone there wsa not much he could tell the pair about the settlements themselves. They were largely mudhuts with primitive settlement walls, suggesting a post nomad lifestyle. He could see salvaged heaps of metal and tech scattered. There were also small hills of a different kind, A landscape in bumps, the bumps had a different color than the surrounding earth and had smaller vegetation.

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_w_ @ Political quiz, cause why not...

A smug baby-faced wimp thinks he can partially attribute the decline of western civilisation to an entire group of people. He initially provides no sources for this, but he claims mental disorders, supression, destruction, sexual and social struggles are rampant.

An actual lesbian shows up to **** in his mouth and debunk those claims with her experiences. Yet he shovels that coal and continues. You twist her words into implying she does not disprove of pedophiles, you completely misread her statement on Islam: debate mastermoves i do not have the capacity to understand.

Your sources and facts turn out to be weak. A shitkid lecturing an entire group of people who have contributed more to your nation than you have done in your life so far, and denounces them as a hazard. That **** is pathetic, and that is why we all felt the need to react.

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_w_ @ Political quiz, cause why not...

The funniest part of this conversation is definatly not the forced Pence meme.

Consider my concern for your flawed sources given. Made even better by your following tfw2intelligent paragraph.

If you want people to actually take you completely serious in a debate, i suggest you cut down on your hypocrisy. You can't criticise the equality bill for cracking down on your beliefs and in the same sentence advocate for cracking down on a people solely based on their sexual attraction.

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_w_ @ Political quiz, cause why not...

Conclusion:
You are now proudly copy-pasting an opinion piece specked with bible quotes and then dare to act like you took this debate to the next level. You also say you would take a step further.

“When women marry, they are commanded to submit to their husband's reasonable sexual desires” hmm nice and rapey

Your argument for control pops out of nowhere and has nothing to do with what you wrote before. Making a society function “appropriately” trough control is your opinion and not a factoid. "They are not subhuman" wow do you want an award? You see them as a problematic sect that affects society negatively and that they need to be “helped” out of it. You didn’t say let them be, you said “helped out of their behaviour and desires”. It doesn’t matter if you wrap it as better-than-subhuman, what you’re advocating is and far removed from reality.

Yes… respected for its role lol don’t make me laugh. An American speaking for countries that actually struggled with the type of state you have a fetish for, is like an American libtard lecturing a communism survivor on the benefits of state communism.

Again blaming everything on egalitarianism as if this is what all gay people crave and thrive on. Plenty heterosexuals advocate egalitarianism, how does this add to your argument?

Filler

More filler

****** meme

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_w_ @ Political quiz, cause why not...

Source 1: It starts by admitting that regardless of sexuality, men sleep around for the simple sake of pleasure, hedonism at its ugliest, until they have found a partner for life. The first two studies are 47 and 32 years old. The second one is 20 years old and only polled older homosexuals. You then compare these numbers to surveys done decades after and act like this is a good comparison. Your source is ****.

Source 2: You suddenly flip to Northern Europe with a study from 2006. If you insist on going back in time; The risk of divorce in Norway with marriages contracted between 1993-1999 was 9,2 percent. In Sweden it was 16,5 percent whilst the percentage in heterosexual couples is 8 percent. Note that in 6 years they had around 2700 married couples against 222000 heterosexual couples that got married. You are probably convinced your study still had an ample sample size. We can’t even check. I also provide actual numbers since you seem to keep on forgetting those. There may be a 7 percent difference in Sweden, but in Norway there is practically no difference between same-sex and heterosexual divorce rates.

Demogr.mpg.de

Source 3: Congratulations, a recent article. You have just proven that in England and Wales lesbians are more likely to divorce than gay men. And the main cause is “unreasonable behaviour” that “can include cheating”.

What you have proven with these sources: old gay men in the 90s had a lot of sex, there were statistically more divorces in Sweden and Norway from same-sex couples than heterosexual couples, although you have no clue how many there are or how big the difference actually is and lesbians divorce more often than gay men in ******* England/Wales. No word on a comparison with heterosexual couples so this point falls completely flat. In fact your own source cites:

“This reflects trends in a heterosexual marriage because women are more prone to say they want to marry - but they’re also more likely to initiate a divorce,"

So in short women, regardless of sexual orientation, are more likely to initiate the divorce. Is this your flagpole to hang your argument for the yuge amount of promiscuity, degeneracy and cheating that goes on in same sex culture? In fact your first source barely handles cheating, you pulled that one from your ***.

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_w_ @ Political quiz, cause why not...

Source 1: STD’s have been increasing across the board, gay or not. I can think of that of the top of my head as it happened here:

Seksualiteit.be

And if most are MSM, you may find it degenerate, but there is little to no interference to “your” society.

Africa represents by far the most of STD’s in the world. Aids or not, and is predominantly Christian and straight.

Source 2: You fail to mention syphilis has become more common on a world stage due to MSM but also due to: prostitution, increased promiscuity and decreased use of condoms.
And a quote from the same institute you have quoted a few times, on the rise of syphilis:

“This is a sentinel event—it is a failure of the healthcare system,” Gail Bolan, the CDC’s director of STD prevention, said at a recent Congressional briefing. “Syphilis rates have risen more rapidly in states that have underfunded syphilis prevention efforts, according to the CDC.”

Source 3: I suggest you watch out then and get that itch checked. Of course anal sex increases that chance, your source above even said that.

Source 4: That guy is a total idiot and so is his bill, irrelevant.

Source 5: Having unprotected sex leaves you vulnerable to STD’s, amazing.

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_w_ @ Political quiz, cause why not...

You quote FRC again, amazing. But more importantly, this is a law made and introduced by democrats. Whether it is a ****** law or not, that does not matter. The group responsible for it are the dems who introduced it. Those are the people you wish to criticise. And it was reintroduced yes, there is no guarantee at all that it will be passed.

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_w_ @ Political quiz, cause why not...

Your first source omits to mention how big the difference is, and is based on sources that are more than 15 years old. Statistically people in my province are twice as likely to commit suicide as the world average. Am I part of a problematic sect now too?

Your second source is FRC, really? Fact that you have to reach that deep is telling. FRC is a joke. What happened in this studies and similar ones, and that’s why its often pointless to regard it as “fact”, is that most of these children come from families that endured a break-up. The same sex parents did not raise them continuously. And children that endured a break-up are. Additionally, the APA found that there is no evidence to suggest that same-sex parents make for worse parents.
Marripedia.org
Apa.org

Your third source itself lists these as possible reasons as to why there may be more mental disorders, which you didn’t post:

“ongoing homophobia, stigma (negative and usually unfair beliefs), and discrimination (unfairly treating a person or group of people) can have negative effects on your health.”

Coming from you, that’s rich. It also omits any kind of percentage and starts by saying most gay people are fine, no in fact it starts with gay “men”.

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_w_ @ Political quiz, cause why not...

Excuse me as I had to “compile my thoughts” on these “factoids”.

There was no need to clarify the fact that Protestantism has nothing to do with Islam. You completely misread her answer and managed to answer back not only as a retard, but as a pedantic one.

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