CodeRed001

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    • Regarding Fallout 3

      10 years ago

      CodeRed001

      Ok I beat fallout 3 and did pretty much every quest in the game. I've got about 60 hours of gameplay in. I finally decided to go ahead and finish the main quest today and i'm nerd raging. You can't continue playing after you beat it and there was no final boss. Also the fact you can only reach level 20 was a bad idea. I feel empty and full of questions.

      Most importantly: What the hell happened to the G.E.C.K. after the Enclave take it? You don't ever hear about it again.

      What happens to President John Henry Eden, the Enclave, and the supermutants?

      In the capital building, specifically hall of columns room, who are those statues of?
      Is that suppose to be former President Dick Richardson?

      Do the enclave dispose of the father's body since it isn't in the Jefferson memorial purifier plant anymore?

    • About a guy named Butcher Pete...

      10 years ago

      CodeRed001

      HE'S HACKIN AND WACKIN AND SMACKIN HE'S HACKIN AND WACKIN AND SMACKIN
      HE'S HACKIN AND WACKIN AND SMACKIN HE'S HACKIN AND WACKIN AND SMACKIN

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    • Summary of Dragon*Con 2008

      10 years ago

      CodeRed001

      Day 1:
      After 12 hours of riding around in a car, I was relieved to arrive at our hotel. I remember after unpacking my stuff, I decided to head to the food court. Interestingly enough, I boarded the same elevator Anne Mccaffrey was in. The rest of the day consisted of obtaining my badge and choosing the panels I wanted to check out.

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      Day 2:
      It was time to gear up and head out.
      Walking around in uniform was a physical endurance contest, constant overheating, poor vision, and I ate little, an average of 1 meal per day if I had enough energy to drag myself to the food court and I got around 4 hours of sleep a night if I was lucky. But I was greatly enjoying myself, will alone was enough to keep me going. Overheating meant sit down, take off the mask, throw back some ice water and continue the routine. I had to be careful where I stood for too long, a barricade of people with cameras would form and block con traffic. It really got fun when my friend Ricky showed up in his Commissar uniform. We were interviewed for some tv show in costume.

      Day 3:
      Similar to day 2, except I went to a number panels such as a mad scientist meeting that I regret not filming. While cooling off on a couch in the lobby, I realized Vic Mignogna, voice actor of Edward Elric from Full Metal Alchemist was sitting beside me, so I talked to him for a little while and got a picture with him. That night, me and my friends put on some glow sticks and went to the Cruxshadows concert, the crowd was really cool, even though i'm not into dancing, some girls coaxed me into it and I ended up having a really great time.

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      Day 4:
      Defiantly my favorite day, I met a number of people who remembered me from last year and some guy asked if he could use the photo he took of me as the cover of his book for Space: 1889 Adventures on the Red Planet. That night I went to the Mindless Self Indulgence concert. Some naked guy jumped up on stage and a guy dressed as predator went crowd surfing. Our roomates were dressed as Mario and Luigi and got to be on stage. I got stuck in the middle of a bunch of dumbass drunks trying to mosh. I wasn't leaving so I stood my ground until some crazy bitch that was being pushed out of the crowd randomly punched my friend in the face and chipped her tooth. I was soaked in other peoples sweat and we all got fed up and left before the concert ended. We had a much funner time at the after party that night.

      Headcrabs!
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      Day 5:
      I was bummed that Dragon*Con was over so fast, so we went to the Marriott and rode the elevator to the top floor, then found out the stairwell was open and the door to the roof of the building was unlocked. It was a really cool view and I ended up taking some photos.

      The roof.
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    • Off to Dragon*Con!

      10 years ago

      CodeRed001

      If there's anything worth doing, it's worth doing right...

    • Some people that will be at DragonCon

      11 years ago

      CodeRed001

      Some people that are going to be DragonCon this year:
      Kari and Grant from mythbusters.
      Dana Snyder - Master Shake from Aqua Teen Hunger Force
      Adam West - Batman from the 60's tv series
      Sean Astin - Samwise Gamgee
      Robert Englund - Freddy Krueger
      George Takei - Mr. Sulu from the original Star Trek
      Jeremy Bulloch - Boba Fett
      James Randi
      Kevin Sorbo
      The TAPS Crew and many more.

    • A wierd dream I had.

      11 years ago

      CodeRed001

      I write down most of the dreams I remember, I thought I would share the newest one with you.
      This is probably the weirdest dream I've ever had. Like always, I wrote it down as soon as I awoke.

      The decepticons rounded up a bunch of humans in a grass field in the middle of the forest. They planned on abducting us. We had a rescue team coming with weapons to fight them but one of the smaller spy decepticons spotted them on there way and informed the others. The rescue team was completely wiped out. A failed last attempt at saving us. The decepticons used a shrink ray and we were only 2 inches tall. They rounded us up in a ship and stripped us naked and told us to put on fur coats and stand inside of a strange machine. I saw man put one on and he was coaxed inside the machine by one of the decepticons. It zapped him into a chicken. I realized they were turning us into chickens and the fur coats were actually made of chicken feathers. If you picked up a white feather coat before they zapped you, you were going to be a white chicken, if it was a brown coat, you're a brown chicken. So I ran into the room of coats and hid behind the door...Yes, this illuded the machines...They didn't even bother to look BEHIND A DOOR.

      (the rest of the dream doesn't make as much sense or was forgotten)

      So we arrived in the ship somewhere else. Somewhere strange. I got out and was inside a white sterol testing facility, anyways since I was 2 inches tall and knew one of the organic aliens in the lab (who was wearing a lab coat, pale, and had a giant bald head), the alien came over and put me in her pocket and I was safe from the machines.

      Then either I woke up, or just transitioned into another dream. I don't think I ever want to sleep again...

    • Alright...

      11 years ago

      CodeRed001

      Get some sour cream and onion chips with some dip, man, some beef jerky, some peanut butter. Get some Häagen-Dazs ice cream bars, a whole lot, make sure chocolate, gotta have chocolate, man. Some popcorn, red popcorn, graham crackers, graham crackers with marshmallows, the little marshmallows and little chocolate bars and we can make s'mores, man. Also, celery, grape jelly, Cap'n Crunch with the little Crunch berries, pizzas. We need two big pizzas, man, everything on 'em, with water, whole lotta water, and Funyons.

    • A short film i'm in.

      11 years ago

      CodeRed001

      It's called "Lack of Voice" Here is the official site at the moment:
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      It has images of me and others.
      View them here:
      blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.ListAll&friendID=34190437

      The film isn't out yet, it's still being edited.

      It's a remake of a scene in the movie Waking Life. Where a man sets himself on fire to voice his dissent.

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    • More questions out of curiosity.

      11 years ago

      CodeRed001

      If a man chooses and a slave obeys, what would you call a man who chooses to obey?

      Is he considered a slave by consent or still a man?

    • A hypothetical question...

      11 years ago

      CodeRed001

      In a world full of stupid people.
      Is a rational thinker considered by the masses as "too critical"?
      If he's outspoken, is he considered as cynical?

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  • Comments (702)

    • Dharok

      10 years ago

      Ohh, okay. Well the .460 is quite impressive I must say.. :D

    • Duste

      10 years ago

      Also, contrary to what chi may believe, I'm in fact my fourth favorite philosopher.

    • Duste

      10 years ago

      Hmmm,

      I'm a student of the Socratic Method, because it's, er, fun.
      Something about Sartre works.
      Appiah's the best contemporary.

    • Chi_Mangetsu

      10 years ago

      Duste's favorite philosopher is himself. =P

    • Duste

      10 years ago

      It's scary good dude, haha.

    • protovash

      10 years ago

      i havent read many comics myself until recently, dark knight returns and the killing joke are the only two i can think of right now. i did however finish the watchmen novel, and it was amazing.

    • protovash

      10 years ago

      I think it would be hilarious if they had a bunch of big name actors make cameos as red shirts

    • nwnman05

      10 years ago

      I know you are a big russia fan, so what do you think about them going into georgia and taking more than the province that wanted to go over to them? They also broke the cease fire.

    • Gmz1023

      10 years ago

      Hello

    • lvlalice

      11 years ago

      thanks man from looking at that site it might help a lot.

    • lvlalice

      11 years ago

      dude this is going to sound random but over the what last 2 years i have noticed that you where a lot of suits, and not normal ones at that but nifty weird ones that normal people (by that i mean high class in the working world) would consider ugly/weird like that pinstripe one you got for school a while back. Now i was just wondering where you picked those up I'm going to a con soon and im trying to put together a joker costume for it (from the dark knight) and i can't find anything really wondering if you could help. I know the US and Canada are different but any help would be useful.

    • lvlalice

      11 years ago

      then there would have been no beast machines and that series though short kicked major ass.

    • lvlalice

      11 years ago

      yes agreed about the kids, i think they did it to make people feel like they could be the kids maybe. Beat Wars and Beast Machines rocked best series other than the original,and the one after the movie.

    • lvlalice

      11 years ago

      just watching the small clip i linked you too made me want to stab a pen in my eye, yes i agree that out of all the Anime versions of Transformers Armada was the best, however it really wasn't that good ether. too much talking and too much "upgrading" it basicly has a weird Dragon Ball Z story in my opinion. And don't get me started on the hole "we have to stop all hate in the universe" crap.

    • SptnReaper1

      11 years ago

      Hey, we used to be friends a while back, but I recently had to remove my account and now I'm going around re-adding my old friends. I just thought I would let you know before I send you a friend request.

    • brutekiller

      11 years ago

      It's annoying. CCTV doesn't do bull to cut back crime there is still as much of it because the people who do it are drunks, idiots and drunk idiots. We don't really have them on every corner just in hot spots where all the kiddies hang out and do stupid shit. Guns are legal but only for sporting purposes and your only allowed special kinds like sporting pistols, airsoft guns. the only stuff we have that isn't some twisted hybrid are good ol' 12 gauge shotty's .

      In direct answer to your question, yes i do believe it gives a false sense of security

    • Duste

      11 years ago

      Excellent film, and innovative in it's redesign of the rotoscope technique.

    • Breckenridge Well you know.

      11 years ago

      Hey, How goes it?

    • Duste

      11 years ago

      Hope you got a big one, those things are tiny as hell.

    • _Damnation_

      11 years ago

      I couldnt tell if the chicks uniform was a panzer jacket or not, but the Allgemeine SS uniform, although i could mistake it for the Leibstandarte parade uniform they look so alike >_<, was nicely tailored, but the cap seems to have to wide of a top brim..

    • _Damnation_

      11 years ago

      where were you able to purchase these uniforms?

    • Duste

      11 years ago

      I absolutely believe in self-authorship (ownership).

      Appiah's a primary read.
      I'd give more, and shall later, but at the moment I'm working on an essay.

    • lvlalice

      11 years ago

      it was a sarcastic comment designed to make it seem like you where getting into S&M sex.... the internet makes it hard to see sarcasm.

    • Hohenheim

      11 years ago

      In that case, I am impressed.

    • woodchunkz

      11 years ago

      Ah.

    • woodchunkz

      11 years ago

      Hey, do you have a PS3?

    • VendavalEste

      11 years ago

      Whut ah miss?

    • maggiemango

      11 years ago

      oh. ok thats cool. i do.

    • maggiemango

      11 years ago

      hay if you like so many classic composers then do you play an instrument?

    • blitzschlag

      11 years ago

      whoa! dude! check this out! real life warthog

    • protovash

      11 years ago

      which has made me a little timid of reaching a million points lol.

    • Duste

      11 years ago

      Good to hear.

    • Duste

      11 years ago

      I think Brave New World will have a far bigger impact on you than, say, 1984, and highly suggest it...
      As for Atlas Shrugged, I must stand by the immortal words of Officer Barbrady;

      "...until I read Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, and now I know... reading totally sucks ass."

      I have a friend who lives by Shrugged, making him more or less such an opposite in mentallity to me that we meet in our extremes.

    • Duste

      11 years ago

      You know I'd never be so simplistic in my complaining.
      Rather, it was a phrase that entered my mind that I believe first arouse in a Brave New World critique.

    • Duste

      11 years ago

      Oh yes.
      And you certainly seem to know what you're doing.
      Kudos.

    • Duste

      11 years ago

      I'm getting my hands on one of his cardboard cutouts from a bookstore.
      Oh yes.
      It will be awesome.

    • Evil_Nixon

      11 years ago

      thank you!

    • elpez124

      11 years ago

      in my room i have semper fi, jarhead, imerial grunts, and how wars are won

    • elpez124

      11 years ago

      well war isn't so unwritten, i have many books on it (yes i am a fucked up kid) that particluay quote was from SEMPER FI History of the Marine Corp

    • elpez124

      11 years ago

      well you know, if you think of the enemy as a person, they become harder to kill, so each side gives the other a name, if your side wins then it becomes a respectful name, and it actually came about as a miss translation when the germans said they fight like devils from hell

    • elpez124

      11 years ago

      oh hell yeah they did, the nazis started the name Devil Dogs because the US Marines "Fought like dogs from hell" Most people

    • elpez124

      11 years ago

      OHH-RAH, but i was actually talking bout the ss dude

    • Duste

      11 years ago

      Use the means that work best for the situation.

      People will listen, with time. We are slow movers, when it comes to accepting ideas that arn't ours.

    • Duste

      11 years ago

      "There was a draft before Vietnam"

      This question immediately made me think of a picture I saw not too long ago, of Pakistani lawyers rioting, in business suits mind you, for democracy. In Pakistan, it's necessary to be involved like that, because there is no constitution like we know of one. That said, a recent poll suggests that we are a more self centred generation than any that came before.

      The issues with this being a) we have the same voter turn out as our parents our age (remember that the hippies failed to elect Nixon out) and b) other studies suggest the opposite, depending on your point of view. Our generation is more global, and thinks in less restricted terms. We're more than happy, as an average, to help someone different in trouble than our elders.

      Final thought to swirl around, I know that it can be hard watching your peers care more about Big Brother the show, than personal privacy rights, but as someone who does understand the issues, it's your responsibility not to "complain" about the lethargy of the mob but to educate them about the problems.

      Hope that helped.

    • Duste

      11 years ago

      Oddly enough, we were talking about that just the other day in class.

    • blitzschlag

      11 years ago

      by the way, what size is your hat? i think a 57 is the right size for me.

    • blitzschlag

      11 years ago

      yeah, i saw that one. i'm looking for one in brown though. regardless, thanks for the help.

    • blitzschlag

      11 years ago

      thanks for the advise. i didn't find what i was looking for. if you find some thing like that let me know.

    • blitzschlag

      11 years ago

      where did you get your german officer hat? i have been trying to find one in brown (like rommel's).

    • writerdoc

      11 years ago

      thats awesome. im looking into medicine too but i still got a year in hell school. dyou know what branch of medicine your interested in? im looking into radiology

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