It is our goal to harrass and harangue you ever further toward our own incoherent brand of horse-laugh radicalism.
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I don't have much to add to the Coyote thing besides the usual MOMMY AND DADDY DON'T FIGHT.
roger can suck cold shit from an abandoned Iraqi portoshitter.
Roger's my friend too, so, yeah, not going to back you up on that.
You know, maybe we need a different approach here.
This sounds like a plot point for some SF show.
The OP or the Melancholy Demise of Speedy Jack?
>And we know how much value Asian societies put on face.
This seems flawed. Sure, there is "face" at stake, but in the all-in-all, there is also, oh, I dunno, their whole fucking economy.
wonder what percent of their manufacturing sector would collapse if we decided to say fuck it and engage a full embargo on them tomorrow. China would go from a "almost relevant" to "shit tier" nation over night...
Are you actually serious here? What makes you think that the USA wouldn't end up in a way worse position? For a start, China would call in ALL THE DEBT. How do you think that will end?
I haven't been ignoring this thread due to discomfort but rather due to academic obligations (for reasons that are about to be clear).
I've been expecting this, and, weird as it is, I've decided to be honest and give my interpretation of it.
God said, "You are God."
I interpret this to mean that the panentheist model is correct (or that I was just loudly talking to myself on a subconscious level), and that I, as an individual have a self-determined destiny to see about, and I'm not seeing about it, and God had to tell me flat out to stop worrying about me and start worrying about me. If that makes sense. I interpret it as "there is work to be done. You alone can determine what that work is." It was, however, a loud and clear voice that fell silent after is spoke.
Personally I'm ok with plagiarism. To say otherwise would be to support the concept of intellectual property, and that is something that I absolutely will not do.
you guys tempt me to write out my opinions of 4th ed... but then I realize we already did that earlier ITT, and it's generally a waste of time trying to convince people on the net that your favorite RPG isn't trash.
I tried GURPS for the first time this summer... LOVED the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle RPG. Aside from that, didn't like the system much. Probably wouldn't play it again unless we revisit TNMT. I didn't realize tabletop combat could actually move slower than 4th edition.
Anybody actually tried the D&D Next rules? Would be curious to hear people's reactions. We played with it a bunch a few months ago at a variety of levels and everybody in my group seemed pretty satisfied. I will be happy if they can hold back from repeating their 3rd edition mistakes.
That is a candy coating. What she actually said was that anyone who chooses to have "atheist" as a defining characteristic is, automatically and without exception, an insecure asshole. I disagree with that assessment of the situation.