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    • Well...

      1 year ago

      Vulpree

      It's been apparently 8 years, but what can I say? I'm back, baby!

    • Nothing Ventured...

      9 years ago

      Vulpree

      No super post today, just want to take a minute to harp on my favorite browser: Chromium.

      If you've kept up with what I've said, you'll know I run Ubuntu, and now you know what browser I choose. Little key fact is that I use the daily builds so I have the most up-to-date crap. And today, they finally executed on something I've been waiting a long time to see: the stop and reload buttons were combined and the go button axed completely.

      This is GREAT in all, but it creates an imbalance. There used to be three buttons on either side of the address bad, now there are 3 on the left and two on the right... Small detail, but hard to get used to.

      I'm glad to see Chromium continually working to improve itself and not focusing on big point releases, more smaller, incremental releases that I think is more in tune with the web that it helps to bring you. That said, if they had to stop work on EVERYTHING and put in just ONE more feature: please let me have a legitimate ad-blocker. Right now, the only option is an ad-hider, it still pings the ad servers, it just removes them from your viewing. Chromium, you're great, but get with it. I know you are created by a company that is big on ads, but one can dream, can't they?

      Later all!

      ADDENDUM: Wow, notice something new every day... While writing this, I just noticed that the browser also now gives a nice subtle outline to the text box you currently have selected, nice.

    • Maddening Half-Thoughts

      9 years ago

      Vulpree

      Mini-post, yeah!

      So, I've got a keen interest in psychology and I've kind of had this question lodged in my brain due in part to a book I'm reading right now. Where to start?

      Okay, there are psychological studies and anecdotal evidence I'm sure you can say 'oh yeah, I do that' to, that we sort of migrate towards like minded people. In that way, you get bunches of people coming together on a conservative webpage to chat and discuss. Obvious. The next step, however, that I've been passively keeping an eye on is that these cells will create very... drastic scenarios in their solutions, thoughts, etc.

      I personally would call this a distillation in a way. They have their core beliefs and become more vehement about them as the group doesn't provide any reasonable objection. Still with me?

      Take that little fleck and let's pin it to the internet in a more wholistic way. The vast majority of the 'net is made up of younger people, coming together, sharing, expressing. In this way we gotten memes and such, but does this mean we are looking in on what youth epitomizes? I can see where this line of logic is very weak, but it's something that has been floating in my head for the last few hours. If this effect can be applicable here, I have to say, it's one hell of an interesting time to watch where the repercussions of these things will take us. What we will learn from it.

      Anyway, thanks for listening. Still brewing on that other super post. For giggles, the song I'm listening to right now is "Keasbey Nights" by Streetlight Manifesto, go listen.

      "Ninety percent of what I say is sarcastic, the rest is ironic." Adieu.

    • A Call to Arms, Part II

      9 years ago

      Vulpree

      You
      There's no clear-cut solution. It's personal. I want to ask those of you who took on this essay to look at, test, use Ubuntu. If you remain complacent with the thing you hate, it will continue on. You feed it. At a certain point you need to look up and see that you are a part of that monster. You fuel this world with your actions, not posts to a forum. If we all remain using Windows and all we do is yell, it doesn’t matter, your support is given. You’re still feeding it even if you’re complaining while you’re being eaten.

      Cold turkey is hard, but the cords need to be cut. Problem one can’t be fixed unless you make the jump. You keep using Windows, everyone will target Windows, thus the Ubuntu world won’t be able to catch up, just get ghosts from some of the most wonderfully dedicated, hard-working devs out there. So take the first step yourself.

      From there, only then can we start to work on Problem Two. Start swimming in the waters and entice others. Show them the water is just at the temperature they like. Push the cowardly swimmer in that can’t do it on his own. Show them it’s too their benefit to be a part of this just as I’m trying to show you right now.

      I hope that this will help some of you out there. I thank you for listening to me venting some rage at the way the world is. I’m not going to link you to Ubuntu, it will be easy enough for you to get to yourself and I don’t want to say that it’s the right answer (regardless of my standing). I want you to decide for yourself, this way, when someone asks you why they should try Ubuntu, it will be genuine. You will have done the work and know what it is about it that has brought you to that point of discussing it. You will be helping them. Bringing humanity to others.

      ------------------
      [1]This is set out in bug#1 which can be found on Launchpad, something to the effect of: ‘when I walk into a computer store, I don’t see any demo computers running OSS.’ This is what I would call the ultimate goal of Ubuntu: not to spread itself, but to spread what it stands for. The bug doesn’t say ‘I don’t see any computers running Ubuntu.’

      [2]A lot of Windows games can actually be made to work in Linux, it’s just ass-backwards and very spotty. Not the best way to go about things. This is why native development would be highly appreciated,. Well, that and the fact that there are so very few high-quality native games for Linux.

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      Alright. I did it. Took two posts, but I did it. If ANY of you read this, holy shit, I don’t expect it. Too many times I’ve seen tl;dr to believe there will be many, if any. Thank-you. I don’t even need to specify more, just thank-you. I will be back soon, but I’m not sure about what. Hopefully, I will get in a couple of smaller posts between beasts and can detail it then. Work on TWBS is trudging along, not as fast as I hoped, but still moving.

      EDIT: I've already thought of something to go in: balancing criticism. Amazing what two minutes will do for freeing up your mind. :P

      As always, I hope to see some of you in the comments, thanks ladies and gents, until we meet again!

    • A Call to Arms

      9 years ago

      Vulpree

      And, I return! Let's get right on to business, then?

      Ubuntu
      As may come as no surprise to those who have read my previous entry, I use Ubuntu (10.04 Lucid Lynx). If you're not familiar with Linux, or Ubuntu, let me fill you in a tiny bit: Several years back, a really rich guy decided to place his stake in making a free Operating System for the masses. [1] This really shouldn't be a surprise when you look back at this decade and what advents like the internet have really brought about, the likes of Wikipedia and Facebook. A proliferation of free information and a means to spread information more easily than ever. Peer pressure has never been so easy.

      What this has also brought about is a certain yearning for more information (not new) in near to everything. We all want to know where our facts are going, where they're coming from, who's using it, etc. right? No. But I'll come to that later. The point is that at least some of out there are aware of how beneficial the open system can be. One among them being that really rich guy, Mark Shuttleworth. Enter Ubuntu, a Linux distribution based on Debian.

      Ubuntu aims to supplant the current crown-holder of computers: Windows. It's been a long and arduous journey, and each release (they are on a six month cadence, with long term support releases, like 10.04, coming every two years) someone always has the audacity to say this will be the year of Linux or Ubuntu. Needless to say, I don't see an Open Source distribution running on nearly anyone's computer but those in the know. Very disconcerting (especially in the wake of this recent Facebook fiasco where user information was given away, something that could have been prevented with openness about the system), but I know it's nothing that will change easily. Nay, near impossible if we continue on.

      The People
      Now, I have a friend who has been using open source software for... hell, longer than I have. He currently uses two computers, one of them top of the line, the other a home theater server that runs Ubuntu. On his main computer, he runs Windows 7, which, in the spirit of openness, I was the one who made him look into it, get him hooked. (I suppose it would have been inevitable, but that is far beyond the bounds of this conversation.) Anyway, he uses it and claims it's the first Windows OS he's been satisfied with. However, he still supports Ubuntu in a fashion.

      Me being me, I try to spread word of Ubuntu and continually try to find reason for him to switch over to Ubuntu and use it as his main OS as I do. He would usually claim all his games worked without any extra work on Windows so he didn't want to deal with getting them to work in Linux. [2] I put up with it until recently, until the release of Steam on the Mac platform wherein long-held rumors were apparently made true and Valve has supposedly said Steam will be coming to Linux this summer.

      Problem One, Us
      Ecstatic to rub his face in it and knowing his last hold on was out the door, I contacted him to tell him about this wondrous news. He was very blase and came up with another excuse of Linux not having Sony's Vegas (a high-end video editing software program). So, I told him there are alternatives. 'But Vegas is the best.' Needless to say, I went on the attack and had to ask, do you really USE IT, though? Do you need all those features? Do you use them all or are you using a name? He didn't reply back.

      Therein, though, I hope you will see it: we're using names. I can tell people my OS is Ubuntu and they look at me funny and I give a small explanation and dismiss it. If you want a music player, chances are you're going to get an iPod, right? You're not paying for the device, but the name. People scoff at these off-brand things (I'm just as guilty). Ubuntu isn't a name. It's something more than that, it's a philosophy. 'Ubuntu' is a South African word meaning 'humanity toward others' something that the developing company for Ubuntu strives for in all aspects of the OS. (Streamlining the disparate UIs, getting software, updates, etc.)

      Problem Two, Everyone Else
      Let's face it, apathy is pervasive. Windows 7 works. Ubuntu.... I hate to say, but it almost works. So, I can go around and show people Windows 7 and say this thing will let you do x,x,x. And say Ubuntu can do x,x, and x is there, but y is wrong with it. People don't like this. Browsers can be constantly in flux with a web that always is, but we keep computers for years (not you bleeding edge people, but our those who don't shit themselves over Google putting Pac-man on their front page) and they need an OS that will last. Ubuntu is not this. The LTSs just haven't cut it yet. And it's in too much flux in between each six month release to get users to commit to that. However, it is doing much better than many would suspect. It's getting closer to what it should be every day.

      So, what's the point? Too many people argue against change. I've been trying to get my parents to switch to Ubuntu for years (because all they really use is the web, nothing exclusive to Windows), and can't do it. But, my mom buys a new laptop with Windows 7, having only used XP, and she loves it. That name. That familiarity. It disheartened me. Those looks when I mention Ubuntu, that 'oh, something geeky, smile and listen until he's done talking.' Complacency. We can't change this one. It's not up to us to make people thing differently, that's what makes them them. But it takes out all the fight for me. The world just doesn't care until something is wrong.

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      It appears I've hit a small snag in length and this will be two posts, working on the second now.

    • Humble Indie Bundle

      9 years ago

      Vulpree

      Past due time for an update, lots of things going on and just keep putting this off, so now is as good a time as any. (Word to the wise: don't drink a large coffee at 9 PM after not having caffeine in a long time and expect to sleep) Anyway, onwards to stuff...

      Let's talk the Humble Indie Bundle, I'm sure many of you have heard of it already and are aware of what it is, so I won't patronize you. I would like to give some impressions of the game therein: Gish, Penumbra Overture, World of Goo, Aquaria, and Lugaru. (Samorost is also available, but, I run Ubuntu and am anti-flash [before Apple started to try to make it cool] so I've not installed it and will not simply to test this game. My apologies to the developers) As a roundabout impression of the group, it's well worth dropping the money for it, which was optional to a degree anyway. But would I go for these outside of a bundle?

      --Gish--
      Short answer? No. That not enough for you? Then let me tell you this, point your browser over to Newgrounds and spend twenty minutes there, you'll find plenty in the same vein of game. That makes me not willing to go out and tell anyone to spend money on this one. In all fairness, though, I haven't gotten very far in it as I find the whole package underwhelming and the music makes me think of the kind of music they might have in a porno. This one is not high up on my list, but, its developer is currently working on Super Meat Boy and that does have my interest piqued.

      --Penumbra Overture--
      I can't actually give any real thoughts on this one. The mood is a bit too intense for me. I'm a very psychological player, so a certain part of my mind is always on, dissecting, and even in those first ten minutes, trying to figure out how the hell I was supposed to get passed that damned jammed door (never did, just shut it off) I was always aware that the mood in the game was exactly what it should be. Unfortunately, what it should be, was not something I prefer, so I'd rather not taint your opinions of what may be an excellent game with my bias against the horror genre.

      --World of Goo--
      Maddeningly simple, that is the best description I can give this delightful game. It may be based on physical properties, but you don't need to be scientific to enjoy it. Escalation comes in the form of new goo to play with and reach your ultimate goals. The story is minimal and fun. The closest I could say is if you've ever gotten addicted to Plants vs. Zombies, you'll play this. And if you haven't gotten addicted to PvZ, I don't know you.

      --Aquaria--
      An interesting take on the whole Metroid flavor of games. I've not yet completed it, so I can't speak for story, but for gameplay: the downtime is unbearable for me. Too much of the game is spent traversing area in the name of exploration, with too much of that time just swiming. There's no new threat on each screen, nothing to break the monotony of swimming from locale to locale. Despite this, the game still draws me in and gets me to play each time before I have to spend another ten minutes going to the next place. Hopefully, the story will end up making up for this, for now, though... Just keep swimming, just keep swimming...

      --Lugaru--
      Now, by far, my favorite of the bunch, which may seem odd when I take the time to explain some: You see, I suck at this game. Like noob level suck. I'm stuck on, let's say... level four. I can't beat it (any tips?) And yet, I continuously load up Lugaru and take it for a spin, hoping this time, just maybe, I might get lucky. Inevitably, I don't, but I still get right back in the saddle. Why is this? I can't say for sure. There's no tangible reason for me. I can only chalk it up to that elusive word that reviewers like to use: gameplay. Maybe it is that I really feel like a vengeful anthropomorphic ninja bunny with what I see as the most fluid game I've ever experienced. Hit, counter, counter-counter, leg sweep, backflips... All built from smaller items in a logical way that my fingers can't pull off feels *right.*

      So, what do those of you who have bought the bundle have to say? What's your favorite? Why? And dear God, if you can help me with Lugaru, I will be forever indebted to you. ;P
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      As a way of sort of committing myself to stepping back in here more often to get more in the habit of writing once again, a slight teaser of where my next meaningful post will be aimed at: My current operating system, Ubuntu, with relation to responsibility to your beliefs.
      (And going long term, I hope to introduce what I'm teasing as 'TWBS,' but more on that at another time that involves the debut of what is currently dubbed "ORiGiNL E")

      Thanks ladies and gents, hope to see some of you in the comments.

    • Return!!

      9 years ago

      Vulpree

      It's been some time, but I make a return to the site once again! (And, thanks to the RT staff, under a new username as well.)

      What can I say? It's been a LONG time, a lot of stuff has happened, and no one is reading this, so it hardly matters. It's good to be back, activity resumes now.

    • Adjutant Reflex (The Halo 3 ARG Thread)

      in Forums > Adjutant Reflex (The Halo 3 ARG Thread) | Follow this topic

      Vulpree

      Okay, I don't know if this will be locked, but I figure it's better to separate the threads.Obviously there will be more information coming so I don't want to clutter the Halo 3 thread anymore than needed.

      Feel free to come and discuss what you think AR is and what purpose he serves. Is he a monitor, or just and AI, no one knows yet... If you have anything to say about the subject please voice it here.

      In order to make this easy to find, here is the primary info spartan116 has put together, with a couple of minor modifications. -bugdog
      [ SotA ] -- Found early, check often to see it is is up and running.
      [ Bungie.net ] -- For "official" updates form Adjutant Reflex / MB05032
      [ Countdown site, now links to: ] -- DEAD, now links to Server 5
      [ Sever 5 ] -- New Information about the last time Halo was fired and why.
      [ HBO ] -- AR visited this site, and this is the ONLY other site he visited., no longer involved (not enough bandwidth).
      [ Halo3.com ] -- Found clues here, as well as the server images.
      [ Outline ] -- Outline of all the events that have transpired in the ARG thus far.
      [ For all thy none-believers ] -- Link to an article where a MICROSOFT EMPLOYEE discusses their "Iris Campaign" a.k.a. The thing with Adjutant Reflex.
      [ Comic ] -- Comic that jump-started our romp around the internets and solidified the legitimacy of the ARG.
      [ AR's post log on BNet ] -- For easy reference of AR's Posts.

      Those in the know -
      -spartan116 (Resident Topic Nazi)
      -dagon90 (Xerxes the Man-God)
      -Monheadman
      Essentially this means that they keep up with ALL the news and are on top of all the latest developments.

      2332 replies

    • Halo: Uprising

      in Forums > Halo: Uprising | Follow this topic

      Vulpree

      The new comic series published by Marvel will premiere this summer. Each issue is set to be at 40 pages with four planned issues. They say that it will span the gap that will be between Halo 2 and Halo 3 much like First Strike.
      Issue #1:

      The Eisner Award-winning team of superscribe Brian Michael Bendis and artist extraordinaire Alex Maleev unleash an epic story of mankind's struggle against the alien threat of the Covenant. Picking up from the conclusion of blockbuster video game Halo 2, the must-read issue reveals how the Master Chief, while onboard a hostile ship headed towards Earth, is battling against Covenant forces! Intertwined with Master Chief's interstellar one-man-war is the saga of a great American city's rebellion and downfall, two disparate lives' collision and shared fate, and the Covenant's hunt for an ancient relic of untold power and value. With hope dwindling and the fate of humanity hanging by a thread, is there any chance for a future? Read this debut issue to start the journey into the Halo universe!

      Issue #2:

      The Eisner Award-winning team of Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev unveil a new chapter in the Halo mythos. Master Chief is captured and interrogated by Covenant forces. While back on Earth, a star-crossed human couple tries to stay alive as every single thing they hold dear is taken from them. Earth is falling to alien invaders, and no one knows what or where the mysterious artifact known as “the Key†is. The human race is at the brink of destruction---can the bravery of a few turn the tide?

      Links:
      [ IGN Interview ]
      [ Issue 1, Marvel Site ]
      [ Issue 2, Marvel Site ]
      Halo_Uprising_Pic.jpg

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    • Friends and/or Family Included!

      12 years ago

      Vulpree

      So Wednesday during my third period class I decided that since the class was winding down on account of the AP Exam being over. Lo and behold I have junk mail, which I damn near never have. So I go into the folder and notice that the email is from Bungie. I open it and there is a redemption code for a download of the Halo 3 beta!

      So me being me, I just made sure that my Gold account was gonna last and just plugged in the code that they gave em and downloaded it. Since it worked, I didn't think twice about it.

      Today however I checked my email again (I don't get many emails) and the inbox landed on the email from Bungie. I looked it over again and randomly found that the email client was blocking images. Curious, I told it to show content and BAM! Bungie's Friends & Family pops up as a header for the email.

      So there you have it: Bungie loves me more!

  • Comments (90)

    • Zack FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Zatch

      9 years ago

      I think I'd like House if I saw it...because I have seen a few eps and Cuddy is hawt.

      And House is my hero. But I think every episode in the beginning seasons is largely the same so I didn't get into it. Maybe later...

    • leon1700

      10 years ago

      hey i'm new here and i'm wondering if you guys wold be my friends

    • Lingerlord

      11 years ago

      Did you ever play runescape and did you know someone named luckyboy188?

    • MatrixM

      11 years ago

      could you ask a question in the Harry Potter Trivia thread please?

    • ____

      11 years ago

      Refer? Huh?

    • CELTICPRED

      12 years ago

      Nice.

      I wonder if that could be the ninja.

    • CELTICPRED

      12 years ago

      The one in the bottom right corner caught my eye, I said what the fuck is that?

    • CELTICPRED

      12 years ago

      It looks alot like the Halo 1 armor, thanks for showing me that.

      Also, look at the guy on the mongoose, he has a red visor.

    • Spartan372

      12 years ago

      overly-obsessed

      ?

    • Spartan372

      12 years ago

      Also, do you already have a team chosen for 4 player online co op?

    • Spartan372

      12 years ago

      Well start.

    • Spartan372

      12 years ago

      'H3 41 days' i suppose means 41 days until Halo 3, which is TOTALLY false.
      22 days.

    • TrixR4Kids FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      12 years ago

      I see Calvin apologized for my rule breaking, but I wanted to also. I overlooked the "specify a mod point award" part of the rules out of habit, but that's no excuse.

      I will of course respect my ban from the thread.

    • CalvnNHobbes

      12 years ago

      Ok, I thought that might be it, but it hadn't occurred to me until you said it. I am sorry that neither Crunchjaw nor I corrected him. We all participate together in similar threads that have an implied 3 mod rule, so I think that CJ and I must have forgotten to tell him based on our familiar environments, even though we both followed the rule ourselves (I think). Nevertheless, rules are rules. I was just curious if there was something else that I had missed. Thank you.

    • CalvnNHobbes

      12 years ago

      With regard to Trix's recent banning from the Harry Potter trivia thread:

      Were his infractions largely unspecified mod point rewards?

    • Grif_pwnz

      12 years ago

      Alrighty

    • Pixie

      12 years ago

      I was getting alert spam from those little tykes, when I wanted the chance to answer a question! smiley0.gif

      It's just before 6am here, I woke at 4 with a nifty case of insomnia, so my brain is not in full power mode right now. I did read it, and I agree about the first bit, but I'll have to ponder a good response for the second part.

    • MadChiller

      12 years ago

      Besides, as I stated in my journal, I wasn't saying that Christians were blameless. Merely that we're powerless to change what has already been done. The point I was trying to make is that even though atheists continually attack Christians for all these wrongs men have done in the past, their own fanatics are responsible for great atrocities as well. No religion, and yes atheism is a religion, is free of blame.

    • MadChiller

      12 years ago

      Hitler was not a Christian. Its not just a title, its how you act that defines you as a Christian. The fact that he did what he did states quite clearly that he used the religion itself as nothing more than a means to manipulate the largely Catholic nation he sought to control. If you read some of his speaches, he says things that completely contradicted the bible, claiming them to be truth. Why do you think he burned books, not even the bible was spared. Any educated man could have read it and realized his BS for what it was. Just because someone claims to be Christian, it does not make them so.

    • Ninjoc

      12 years ago

      Apology accepted; and I was not blaming you for anything. It's simply your opinion, which you are of course free to have.

    • Eleutherius

      12 years ago

      As per your request:

      You miss the point entirely yet again. They are all adults. While I can understand a child feeling terrible for what happens to Harry (and I will never mock a child for those feelings), these people are supposed to be able to differentiate between what is real and what isn't. For an adult to cry because of a book is pathetic.

    • saltacious

      12 years ago

      hey man check out my new masterchief pic its the last one its my latest pic

    • gothgamer

      12 years ago

      you know what...................................................fuck you! : )

    • gothgamer

      12 years ago

      gothgamer wants to be your friend

      approve deny

    • Michael_JC

      12 years ago

      Alright. I'll admit, you had more of a right to be outraged than I had at first questioned. It doesn't, however, mean that you don't take too much time out of your day to let people know you're angry.

    • ShadowStylez FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      12 years ago

      Point taken and understood.

    • ShadowStylez FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      12 years ago

      In reply to spartan116, #1668:

      In reply to The neg-bomber of this post, #1654:
      In reply to The neg-bomber of this post, #1662:
      In reply to The neg-bomber of this post, #1663:

      I hope this does not offend as that is not my intention (I wish I hadn't had to type that), but I just wanted to point out that 1 negative mod per post doesn't really constitute neg-bombing. Also, since it has no affect on your karma and since the person(s) involved are being childish and belittling themselves, why bother wasting time posting in response to it unless it actually bothers you?

      Don't worry about what your detractors think of you (the world is full of haters; always has been and always will). Don't give them the pleasure of thinking that they are getting to you. Never let 'em see you sweat.

    • monheadman

      12 years ago

      Dude, just ignore the twats on the ARG topic. Replying to them is what will make them do it again and again making us go in one full circle. I know its bloody annoying, but its they who may be banned at some point for simply being complete tossers.

    • LorD_BaZ FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      12 years ago

      I would of ignored the idiots. I mean, they've actually been behaving with the appearance of that damned equation. Now they'll start trolling it up a notch because they're bored. I mean you have noticed the trolls are all /b tards right?

    • WAYRAD

      12 years ago

      Christ, go buy a sense of humor. Dark can lock whatever the hell he wants – no one cares. HBO and compoundintelligence are the important, up-to-date forums to be on anyway. Please relax dude. You shouldn’t be this uptight, and annoyed by everything, at seventeen.

      Be happy.

    • Loki142

      12 years ago

      Thats a whole lot of pointless bs to have to read, especially from someone nobody cares to listen to.

    • halo1745

      12 years ago

      that wasnt first grade that was like 10th..

    • halo1745

      12 years ago

      Shit bro you got me lol even though it took u 25 minutes to respond that........... so how r u

    • halo1745

      12 years ago

      ur dumb its 62 days u idiot go to the offical site maybe ur computer is reatartedd

    • halo1745

      12 years ago

      no go to the offical site.

    • halo1745

      12 years ago

      dude its 62 days to halo 3 not 69

    • SpartanFred

      12 years ago

      you're message link is disabled

      message me and I'll respond with what I saw

    • halofreak117

      12 years ago

      halofreak117466e05f269fd7.jpg
      its a screen shot i took from command & conquer 3...its a great game!

    • TheTomMan

      12 years ago

      dude i dont want to sound like a whinney little bitch but can u report Michael_JC as well, it would be great

    • saltacious

      12 years ago

      check out my new journal

    • saltacious

      12 years ago

      really, whats the first one?

    • monheadman

      12 years ago

      Don't worry about the late responce, if you have more important matter to deal with then no problem.


      Really its a good job that you haven't been around for the ARG topic, its just falling apart and the only people who get the news WHEN it happens are me, you and dagon90. There is one who has popped up who might be just as good with getting info.

    • Loki142

      12 years ago

      LOL, Look their covered in chocolate and raspberry syrup!!... wait EWW

    • monheadman

      12 years ago

      I wouldn't bother looking at the ARG topic... Once again it has been spammed with over 20 posts of bullshit, and to top it off not one of them has even picked up on the flood containment control. I say lock the topic now and pull back to journals, personal comments along with the other thing.

    • LorD_BaZ FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      12 years ago

      A package you say. Curious. Time to go catch up on what I've missed this week. I honestly don't read much of the forums to this site anymore, it's so full of garbage and fuckstickery it's retarded. It's good to see some people still care about threads. Kudos.

    • HonestMan67

      12 years ago

      Oh no, I appreciate what you're trying to do. I hate people who get off topic and ruin a thread. In fact, The calling all Blue Team Fans Thread recently had these idiots who turned the thread into a "War Thread". You know, when a person goes like *Blows up red base with a bomb.* ect. Yeah, me and some other member argued with them for like two days and then finally Pixie came in and told them this:

      Any off-topic crap posted in this thread from this point forward will earn the poster 24 hours of bannage. Further posts by any user already dealt with for this will gain larger bans until they get their account frozen.

      Off-topic includes your little "fight" scenarios, any comments about the state of the thread, and so on.



      Here is a link to that post. Anyway, they finally stopped doing those "fights" and never returned. Of course there were some idiots who went off-topic but Pixie took care of them and gave them a 24 hour ban. And he also gave one person a seven day ban.

      So in other words, I totally appreciate what you're doing. And again, I apologize for what I said.

    • HonestMan67

      12 years ago

      I did catch that after I posted it; I would like to apologize for the misunderstanding of that. Anyway, the reason for what I said is because I read back a couple of pages and it seemed like you were being kinda bossy and (excuse me for this) kind of a dick. So I just posted what I though was necessary. However, after I saw what was going on (unrelated links and spam) I started to think that there was truth to both sides of the story. (i.e. you being just a tad bossy and them being idiotic) So I now apologize for judging you before digging deeper into the story. I know you were just trying to keep the thread on topic and spam-free but you were just some-what too controlling through my eyes.

      Anyway, I hope there will be no further conflict between you and I.

    • HonestMan67

      12 years ago

      The only reason Bugdog interfered was because someone (I believe Honestman67) alerted her that I was "bullying" the occupants of that thread.


      Listen kid, I didn't "rat" you out or any shit so stop thinking I did.

    • monheadman

      12 years ago

      Whats you name on there, ShroudedCloud?

    • monheadman

      12 years ago

      I say pull out now and go to he place you told me about when you PMd me. if these people want to have 'fun' then just let them spam and get the topic locked. We could just keep it to profiles and journals (to inform those willing to listen). Maybe create a sign just saying to people that info can be found here.

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