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Somewhere under profile options, I belive.  Oh, and RWHN was back.  Again.  It's really quite pathetic now.

Who was he this time?

"sacredchao".  In the Duh Rugs thread, of course.  Because it's not like he's a one-trick pony or fanatically obsessed with the subject or anything.

Somewhere under profile options, I belive.  Oh, and RWHN was back.  Again.  It's really quite pathetic now.

« on: September 25, 2014, 11:44:44 am »
To be fair, Silk Cuts are fucking expensive nowadays.  I doubt NBC, let alone Constantine, has the budget for them.

Hey, not trying to dictate, but could we please all try to pledge on that nutbag down there?  I know we all think we have the perfect rejoinder, but it may be agreed that the shit's been played out.

Okay, but how many times have we tried THAT?

All it takes is one person.  Just one.

And invariably someone doesn't get the memo.  Which explains why at least two people are persisting in engaging with him, in one case naming a thread after him.

Well, at least they showed us how clever they are, I guess.

« on: September 25, 2014, 03:06:16 am »
The Shield is worth the haul.  It's not quite as good as The Wire, certainly rougher around the edges, but comparing the two is apt and not unfair to either.  And like The Wire, there's more than a level of headlines writing the script, as the series was influenced by the Rampart scandal.  If you can stick with it to season 4, you'll get to see Glenn Close giving a brilliant performance as Captain Rawlings.

With regards to Gotham, I'm just watching it now, and I note Bruno Heller is the writer for the episode, and presumably at least one of the lead writers for the series.  Not gonna lie, that makes me pause.  Heller was one of the writers for HBO's Rome, which was of course a great series.  But he was also a writer for The Mentalist, which was a very formulaic, episodic cop drama, though his episodes were notably better than many of the other writers for the series, dealing as they did with the "Red John" arc.

I think someone was going for "Uncle Sheo Does PerMa Perks" and testing the capability of the extended UI mod.

Yeah, definitely broke PerMa:

Also, had to remove Skyrim Immersive Creatures.  A shame, but it was producing a 100% reproducible crashes at the Halted Stream Camp.  Maybe it was the combination of that location and another mod and SIC, but either way, it was annoying the shit out of me.

RPG Ghetto / Re: Mistborn
« on: September 24, 2014, 05:38:45 pm »
Is his chromium level over 9000, though?

True, I was just thinking of some of the infamous bugs reported on some of the game forums I played.  Like the infamous "no more than 8 enemies spawning" problems.

Which the US military should take full advantage of.  9 pieces of chaff will totally fry those missiles, at least until they upgrade to PS4

Or Kill Me / Re: NIGGERS!
« on: September 24, 2014, 12:30:48 pm »
Oh yeah, for sure.  The whole endless series of love triangles and quadrangles are testament to that.  As light entertainment though, it's inoffensive enough, I guess.  Not brilliant, but not insultingly terrible.

Making some better use of their villains would be nice though, I wont lie.

I don't know about that...but allegedly Hezbollah used Playstation 3 processors to act as guidance systems in their more sophisticated rockets.

That seems a sensible and efficient use of processing power.  And quite impressive, given how terrible the PS3 can be.

Or Kill Me / Re: Gotham
« on: September 24, 2014, 11:59:21 am »
I complain,  but who am I kidding as a nerd I'll end up watching all of it, just like I did with arrow and it's beautiful non-threatening boys

Merlyn elder was alright in Arrow.  Though I sometimes feel that is because he's the only male character whose default facial expression was not "constipated" or "mildly confused".  Well, him and Slade Wilson I guess, though if you replace "constipation" with "strange husky-voiced omnibelligerence" it comes to much the same thing.

I hear LAX is a special kind of hell all on its own.  Like if Dante's hell had an annex.

The joys of beta-testing:

Perkus Maximus and Sands of Time don't exactly play together perfectly.

Aneristic Illusions / Re: Syria reported to have use Chemical Warfare
« on: September 23, 2014, 04:31:59 pm »
We're bombing Iraq.  Again.

Probably Syria too.  Dominic Grieve made a decent legal case for it....though dont be surprised if our relationship with Iraq sours suddenly after.  One way in which we can legally justify attacking Syria is by a clause whereby Iraq has the right to attack in order to repulse an invading force.  Iraqi allies can then "assist" in such an exercise.

Problem 1: The Iraqi Army is a sham.  All army positions are up for grabs to the highest bidder.  Competent officers tend to be death squad leaders...or of suspect loyalties.  Their advanced weaponry was captured by ISIS.

Problem 2: This essentially involves Iraq going to war with Syria.  But Iraq are currently allied with Syria against ISIS.

So we'll have to twist their arm to get them to give us the legal grounds for invasion.

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