"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" - Evelyn Beatrice Hall, in the book 'The Friends of Voltaire'

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Spudman619
Spudman619 Mar 26 2015, 10:46am says:

Are we talking about 'fat shaming' and 'fat acceptance'?

If so, my view is that those who simply want to stop bullying people for being fat is ok. However, those that push that being fat is healthy and ok and that we should stop doctors from treating it as unhealthy are f*cking loons; this from a guy bullied throughout school life for being chubby.

+1 vote   media: Fat Acceptance, Body positivity, Fattitude...
Spudman619
Spudman619 Mar 18 2015, 6:30pm says:

Emprah forgive me *spoons out eyes*

+5 votes   media: Greater Good?
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jan 6 2015, 6:10am says:

Overly attached girlfriend? Doesn't matter, had sex.

+1 vote   media: Creepy, isn't it?
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jan 3 2015, 3:03pm says: +2 votes   media: HL3
Spudman619
Spudman619 Dec 14 2014, 6:48pm replied:

Fair enough I suppose. Come to think of it, Atheism+ is pretty much dead. Maybe we'll make it through after all.

+2 votes   media: Sargon of Akkad on #MetalGate
Spudman619
Spudman619 Dec 14 2014, 11:03am says:

When the SJWs came for the Academics,
I remained silent;
I was not an Academic

When they came for the Atheists,
I remained silent;
I was not an Atheist

When they came for the Gamers,
I remained silent;
I was not a gamer

When they came for me,
there was no one left to speak out.


That said, I am an atheist and a gamer, but I think this spin on Martin Niemoeller's famous quote sums it up. The SJWs have infiltrated each group in isolation. If we actually came together and opposed them in unison, we could quite handily beat them.

I doubt that'll ever happen though.

+1 vote   media: Sargon of Akkad on #MetalGate
Spudman619
Spudman619 Dec 6 2014, 5:23pm says:

Something becomes offensive when said to a special snowflake who lives in a hugbox environment. What should we do about it? Offend them some more.

+2 votes   media: When does something become offensive?
Spudman619
Spudman619 Nov 28 2014, 3:42pm says:

Embrace LAMBEOSAURUS. Allow LAMBEOSAURUS to fill you.

+2 votes   media: Do not resist
Spudman619
Spudman619 Nov 28 2014, 3:41pm replied:

Attitude huh. You've gotta ask yourself one question; 'Do I feel lucky?' Well do ya punk?

+3 votes   media: ...
Spudman619
Spudman619 Nov 14 2014, 4:27pm says:

Love me some Sargon of Akkad. He gets so ragey sometimes.

+3 votes   media: #GamerGate
Spudman619
Spudman619 Nov 2 2014, 3:17pm says:

'I'm gonna have to give you a ticket for damaged wing mirrors. It reduces your ability to see to your rear. And another for parking over two spaces.'

+2 votes   media: How machos park cars
Spudman619
Spudman619 Nov 1 2014, 2:11pm says:

What the fuuuuu...

+1 vote   media: Why
Spudman619
Spudman619 Oct 22 2014, 2:14pm says:

*Gets charged by Guardsmen*

*Tau dies*

+5 votes   media: Yup that's a Tau alright.
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jul 14 2014, 5:09pm says:

I would've thought they'd sell these to make some cash on the side. There's always a market for pre-owned 'almost new' tanks in the Middle-East and some parts of Asia.

+1 vote   media: Abandoned tank yard Ukraine
Spudman619
Spudman619 Apr 15 2014, 6:51pm says:

Feminism has become a spiteful parody of what it should be thanks to the vocal minority that we all hear from. The MRM sounds like it was a parody from the start.

+2 votes   media: Feminism Versus Men's Rights Movement
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 25 2014, 6:35pm says:

I'm fine with regulated genetic modification of vegetables and fruits. Just as I would be fine with regulated cloned meat.

Key word being REGULATED. If the GM systems and methods aren't regulated, then I would sooner purchase organic foods simply because I'd sooner be safe than sorry.

+1 vote   media: Genetically Modified and Aritifial Foods
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 15 2014, 10:54am says:

Generally the Soviets were the heavy lifters during WW2. I think the reason that they're often not mentioned is because few history teachers want to praise Stalin for helping in WW2 when he killed more people than Hitler while treating prisoners and partisans as dirt and refusing to let liberated countries have the right to self determination.

So yeah, they pulled more than their share of the load, but also committed an awful lot of bad stuff before, during and after the war that taints their reputation.

+3 votes   media: The Importance of the USSR in World War 2
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jan 26 2014, 2:41pm says:

I wouldn't be surprised if we ended up in a nuclear war before we saw overpopulation solved. I just poured my metaphorical hope for the world down the metaphorical toilet.

+1 vote   media: Overpopulation
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jan 7 2014, 6:13pm replied:

Your country may be complex, as most all nations are, and young but that's no excuse for the nation's actions. Canada, Australia and New Zealand are all nations that were born from the British Empire, as the US was, and are actually younger than the US yet none of these are anywhere near as belligerent or dangerous as the US. Using the excuse that a powerful military and economy has made America arrogant is all the more reason that America is not reliable and shouldn't be trusted with these things.

+6 votes   media: United States Voted Biggest Threat To World Peace
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jan 4 2014, 4:40pm says:

KOMMEN BEI MICH ENGLANDER. KOMMEN. BEI. MICH.

+2 votes   media: Every kid's dream
Spudman619
Spudman619 Dec 30 2013, 10:26am replied:

English language trolls; better watch out for them

+2 votes   media: Violent Revolution
Spudman619
Spudman619 Dec 28 2013, 5:05pm says:

This topic is difficult to discuss. As we live in a more liberal age than our forefathers who created these laws, capital punishment is generally frowned upon. I, however, am in favour of it in cases where it is not likely but provable that someone committed a serious crime (rape, murder, terrorism). That said, I'm also a guy who believes that prisons are for punishment, not rehabilitation and that we should remove animal testing in favour of prisoner testing in return for a slight sentence reduction. Read into that what you will.

+1 vote   media: Capital Punishment
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jun 11 2013, 11:41am says:

Niiiiiiiice

+1 vote   media: Panzer V "Panther"
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jun 9 2013, 6:11am replied:

Yeah, my mobile goes back to an age when they couldn't connect to the internet and the photos you took always look like potatos. I just need a phone on the go. Not a do all everythingmabob.

+1 vote   media: ...
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jun 8 2013, 2:42pm replied:

He speaks the truth. But the Centurion is the Grand Father.

+3 votes   media: have some tanks
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jun 8 2013, 2:38pm says:

I'd still tape some paper over the Xbox one kinect camera if I got one. Just saying.

+1 vote   media: ...
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jan 7 2012, 1:10pm says:

Could be a Chieftan Shir-Iran.

+1 vote   media: Arab versions of worldwide tank
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jul 9 2010, 11:07am says:

These are archers so they have shortswords.

+1 vote   media: Elves
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jul 9 2010, 11:02am says:

Actually, different elves wore different armour. The Noldor wore the armour that looked like gold strips.

+1 vote   media: Elves
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jul 9 2010, 10:53am says:

Damn it.... I'm actually starting to like elves (puts head in hands and sobs at the quality work)

+1 vote   media: New and updated Elven Screenshots
Spudman619
Spudman619 Jul 8 2010, 4:13pm says:

the detail is out of this world

+1 vote   media: royal guard
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 16 2010, 4:27pm says:

Or as Sergeant Johnson says in one of the books (first strike I think) "What's this uneven elephant thing do anyway?"

+1 vote   media: Unyielding Hierophant
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 8 2010, 2:13pm says:

It looks like murder?

+1 vote   media: Various
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 25 2014, 4:23pm says:

Would you like some aloe for that burn, religions?

+8 votes   media: Oh Dayum
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 25 2014, 3:31pm says:

So much knowledge; a beautiful curse...

...or some other motivational crap.

+2 votes   media: Behold, the marvels of normal existence!
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 25 2014, 3:25pm replied:

'Twas a joke my dear friend,
Meant to lighten the mood,
To ensure a debate with no end,
And provide us all some brain food

+3 votes   media: Transhumanism
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 24 2014, 7:05pm says:

RANDOM SCIENCEY QUESTION TO SPARK CHATTINESS

What field of science do/have you studied?

I've studied Chemistry, Biology and Physics (GCSE level for those Brits out there) though my Biology understanding is the most advanced as I am currently studying it at A-level (again, Brits will understand).

Also Psychology if it counts.

+2 votes   group: Science!
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 24 2014, 3:22pm says:

OH NO. THE MEMORIES. CANNON ELEPHANTS. THE TIMURIDS.

*rocks back and forth lamenting England campaign on medieval 2*

+10 votes   media: *American secret first tank project*
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 23 2014, 3:36pm replied:

You're just walking along when suddenly BANG. You look at the wrong QR code. Your view is being blocked by adverts for porn, ***** enlargement and cactus growth classes. You avert your gaze, only to realise that you've accidentally downloaded a Trojan. Suddenly, and not of your own volition, you begin to spout out addresses, credit card details and throwing the contents of your wallet out to passers by.

That would suck.

+3 votes   media: Transhumanism
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 23 2014, 3:31pm says:

What in particular inspired you to make a Mass Effect themed mod over a mod of any other franchise?

+3 votes   article: Ask the Devs Broadcast.
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 22 2014, 3:10pm replied:

Welcome to the club, friend. I imagine many of us were Christians once upon a time.If it'll help you, I'll share how I decided to leave Anglican Protestantism.

Although I hadn't, still haven't, been baptised, I was raised a protestant. Generally a casual Protestantism, that is to say that we never went to church or prayed etc. Any way, I prayed as a young child for god to give my Grandfather some more time on this Earth, to help my cat Fluffy find his way home and for my parents to be ok after a car accident. None of these happened; my cat never came home, my Grandfather died on my way home from the hospice the same day and my Mum was left with some neck injury that cost her job.

This refuted, to me anyway, the notion that prayers are answered. In primary school, around age seven, we were studying the bible in RE; religious education. We had a local priest come in to discuss it with us. We were talking about Genesis and I asked how god made us out of clay; after all we are made of blood, muscle, bone and skin not clay (my argument at the time). I might have accepted it if the priest said that god is all powerful so can use magic but he simply said 'Well, we get buried so it makes sense we come from the ground too'. Being a smart kid, I knew it was bull so I decided I had no religion, continuously being corrected by RE teachers with 'You're agnostic not atheist'.

Anyway, the idea of god made no sense as I became more scientifically literate. I dismissed the notion of god rapidly and found my irreligious friends much more loyal and friendly than those who abandoned me as they realised that I was unbaptized.

I also troll Jehovah's Witnesses when they knock on he door by pretending to be one of them then revealing I'm an atheist just to prove we are like everyone else.

+5 votes   group: Atheists, Agnostics, and Anti-theists of ModDB
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 22 2014, 1:01pm replied:

I concur.

+2 votes   media: Transhumanism
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 22 2014, 12:58pm replied:

Also, I volunteer at my local hospice's shop to raise funds, am going to register as an organ donor when I am of age and donate blood regularly. I don't do these because of religion or lack thereof. I do these because they are good acts that benefit those less fortunate.

+2 votes   group: Atheists, Agnostics, and Anti-theists of ModDB
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 22 2014, 12:52pm replied:

1. We don't force people to not believe. Am I holding a gun to your head telling you not to believe? No, I am not. Do religions kill others who are not of their faith, actively try to convert people or indoctrinate children? Yes.
2.There is a change in belief for some. I was a Christian at one point but now I've CHANGED MY BELIEF to not believing. Also, how do you explain that modern religion exists? If beliefs didn't change, we would still be worshipping Baal, Zeus, Bacchus and Mars.
3.Balance? Should we let evil people do evil things so that good can exist to counter it? Nope. Should we let poverty exist so that wealth can counterbalance it? No. Should we prevent gay marriage in the USA since its becoming accepted in Europe, therefore maintaining balance between rights and no rights? Nah.

This balance argument is utter crap. I don't want to allow muslims to behead people for being homosexual or Mother Theresa's hospices to refuse medical treatment just because it will drive me to be good. If a religious person confronts me and attempts to convert me or mock me for disbelief, then the act will be reciprocated.

However, your strawman does scare away the heckling crows on this page as they see their work being done, so thanks.

+2 votes   group: Atheists, Agnostics, and Anti-theists of ModDB
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 22 2014, 12:42pm replied:

Did you know that not every rapist kills their victim? Does that mean that we shouldn't punish them?

No, they still committed a crime. So a religious person who argues with us who does not kill in the name of their religion will still be debated and mocked as much as one who does kill, although one who does kill will also likely be arrested or reported to the authorities.

+2 votes   group: Atheists, Agnostics, and Anti-theists of ModDB
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 22 2014, 12:33pm says:

Someone made a typo. Hebrew should be spelled Somerset; Mirror.co.uk

+1 vote   media: Flood - fairy tales
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 22 2014, 12:28pm replied:

Fairly good point. I would say that there are cases when faith is a bad thing. For example, having 'faith' that gravity will function correctly on the Earth is reasonable and doesn't harm anyone.

Having 'faith' that you will go to heaven and get seventy two virgins for fighting 'infidels' can lead you to flying planes into towers and blowing up buses full of people, which is bad. Having faith that you won't fall after stepping off a cliff is also bad since, you know, falling and splatting on the ground. So faith can, in that sense, be bad.

Its also rather lazy in some cases; 'I have faith that god will help the flood victims' versus 'I'm going to help the flood victims by using my 4x4 to deliver blankets, food and clean water'. Its rather clear which is the better thing to do.

+3 votes   media: God's protection
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 22 2014, 12:19pm says:

I'm all for the development of bionic replacement parts such as arms and legs. For example; grafting a bionic arm to replace one that was blown off by an IED. However, I wouldn't recommend removing correctly functioning biological body parts in favour of mechanical parts.

Basically, fix people; don't substitute their parts when there is no issue or necessity. Just my two pence.

+4 votes   media: Transhumanism
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 21 2014, 3:13pm says:

Tanker-"Sir, we were training the Afghan National Army sir."
Officer-"Oh... carry on then."

+10 votes   media: Fail
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 21 2014, 7:42am replied:

The issue with calling atheism a cult or religion is that off would be a channel on a television and not playing football would be a sport. Atheism is just a term for lacking belief in God(s). As such, the individuals who are atheists have widely varying opinions. Some may believe in strict gun control, while others want to ban guns outright. Some will believe in the supernatural, just not God(s), while others completely disregard that notion.

In terms of why we talk about our disbelief, that reason also varies. Some do it because its interesting while others, like myself, want to reduce the power of religion in the world. By this I mean preventing creationism from replacing evolution in science or separating religion and state so that Christianity, Islam, Judaism and so on have no sway in terms of law making, law enforcement or political candidacy.

That said, I'm fine with people being religious; just don't force others to be or push your beliefs onto others by making them law.

+2 votes   group: Atheists, Agnostics, and Anti-theists of ModDB
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 20 2014, 6:58pm replied:

Hear, hear. This man speaks wisely.

On a serious note, spanking your child and explaining why what they did is bad works. In proportion of course. Spank them if they purposefully tried to strangle the household dog, but not because they called someone an idiot; just tell them why they shouldn't call people that.

+3 votes   media: Spanking vs. Child Abuse
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 20 2014, 6:50pm says:

Pascal's new wager; buy an iron chariot.
God isn't real? You had a fun ride on a chariot while subjugating enemies!
God is real? You can beat him!

+3 votes   media: How to defeat God...
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 18 2014, 4:51pm says:

Well, if you consider...
I mean if you just...
Because the...
Scientific studies have...

Too much stupid to answer, brain hurts

+9 votes   media: Facepalm time (view original)
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 12 2014, 4:37pm replied:

I would buy it, but I don't live in the United States... and I'm short about $590,000. Could you front me?

+4 votes   group: Tank Lovers Group
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 12 2014, 12:09pm says:

No panthers here, just bushes. Again. I thought we'd dealt with this issue.

+3 votes   media: Panthers in town.
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 9 2014, 5:44pm replied:

"Bratwurst eating competition"

+2 votes   group: Free Debate Community
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 8 2014, 3:20pm says:

I wouldn't mind trying it if it weren't for the monthly fees. That's my problem with MMOs. They can be great, as I feel this would be, but any mention of monthly fees instead of one-time payment? It can get fuc*ked.

+2 votes   media: Is ESO Bound To Fail?
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 8 2014, 12:31pm replied:

Wow. It appears idiocy has penetrated the highest echelons of the US government. I'm waiting for the day that people just become fed up with them. Just waiting here, swirling my scotch, wearing my monocle and mourning the fact that my country didn't do more to prevent America from being so belligerent.

+2 votes   group: Europe
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 8 2014, 11:30am replied:

I've tried that and it still crashes.

+1 vote   mod: Europe at War
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 7 2014, 6:25pm says:

Anyone else have invisible weapons in the Australian infantry units? Other than this and the crash on the American campaign, I haven't encountered any issues. The mod is awesome though, and I applaud you for making it campaign compatible.

+1 vote   mod: Europe at War
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 7 2014, 5:46pm replied:

Thanks for the response, I've had some issues with my PC so I thought it might have been caused by that.

+1 vote   mod: The Great War
Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 3 2014, 12:56pm says:

As good as this mod is, the most recent version of the campaign constantly crashes when the turn ends. Different turn numbers for each faction, but when loading the autosaves, the crashes still occur. Anyone else have this?

0 votes   mod: The Great War
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