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    • 7 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right
    • Short message to people that I hate

      7 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      Yes, yes, it's new years, whoopdie fuckin' doo. But fuck people who text me at midnight and wake me up to say, "Happy New Year!!" Yeah, it might have been happy if not for you. As it is, I'm starting it off kind of pissed.

      That being said, REALLY fuck people who text me 5 and 10 minutes after midnight, when they've reached me on their long list of people they obsessively text, after I've just managed to get back to sleep, and wake me up again.

      Finally, super duper fuck people who text me at midnight in other time zones when they hit their own new years and wake me up yet again!! I think I hate you most of all.

      Now you may be asking a couple of questions. 1. Why was I asleep at midnight on New Years? And 2. Why on Earth would I leave the sound on my phone on after the first and second times this happened?

      1. Because I don't give a fuck about calendar changing day, and I was tired.
      2. Because bad things happen when I do this. A couple of weeks ago I left the sound turned off on my phone while I slept and didn't find out until late morning when I got up that my little brother had been rushed to the hospital the previous night. So, yeah, I'm a bit wary of putting myself completely out of contact while I'm sleeping.

      Basically I hate a lot of people this morning. Maybe if I go back to sleep for a bit my mood will improve. Though, as it's about 6 AM, I'm tempted to begin texting some of these people back in the hopes that I might return some favors.

    • Here's the thing... The Hunger Games

      7 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      So I just finished reading these three books. I had several people recommend them to me, but all of those people were women.

      Here's the thing, when 1 woman recommends a book to me, I'm like, "Oh, yeah? I might check that out." Then I might hit wiki to get a brief overview and see if I think I'd like it. Most likely, though, I'll just forget about it. When a second women recommends the book to me, I'm like, "Oh, yeah, I've heard of that." and there's a good chance I'll google it to find out some details and then decide if I want to read it. However, when 5 different women and 0 men recommend a book to me, I'm like, "Oh, no, it's Twilight!" So at that point I became wary.

      Then when I was playing Halo the other day with Dac and tiny girl Peagis, they started talking about it, and Dac said it was a pretty decent series and that I should give it a look. A little multi-gender input got me a little more curious. I know what you're thinking, "but Dac is Australian." He is, but does that mean that we should ignore his opinion? I think not, well, not completely at any rate. So I gave them a read.

      They were not bad, I have to say. Sci-fi I guess you'd have to call it, and I don't read a lot of sci-fi unless you count like ST or B5 books. The entire last quarter or so of the final book I found to be kind of lacking and the love triangle in the series feels forced and there's never any real tension to it. The story, the world building, the characters and stuff, though, are pretty well done. The action beats are creative and fun. The main character/narrator is just a bit of a clueless bitch, which makes the first person a little less enjoyable than stuff like the Dresden Files and Percy Jackson. I think it would have been better in third person, particularly since the author has trouble squeezing in the huge amount of exposition she needs without spending huge chunks of time (particularly at the beginning) with the main character just thinking about stuff, presumably just sitting there for minutes on end, staring blankly into space, maybe drooling slightly.

      I did enjoy it for the most part, certainly worth reading if you don't have better books in the pipe. The movie is coming out soon, but since it's basically The Running Man with kids, I doubt it'll end up being anything special, unless they've got some serious talent on the thing. Then again, who knows. I'm sure I'll end up seeing it.

    • Girl Genius

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      datalaughing Always Right

      This is an awesome webcomic. If you have not read it, do so immediately. Start right here. It's a beautifully drawn steampunk adventure. Won the Hugo got best graphic story 3 years in a row. You must read.

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      For those of you who are familiar with the comic, I thought I would start up this thread to foster discussion. New pages every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (maybe a little earlier if you know where the sneaky gate is, but spoiler text for pages not officially posted yet, please), and now you can come here to share thoughts on them.

      As for where we are now, I've heard a lot of people saying that the repairing the castle story arc has been waaay too long. I don't know that I agree, but it looks like we're finally moving beyond it, and now is the battle for Mechanicsburg. Agatha has Gil, the Castle, the town, and pretty soon an army of Jagermonsters on her side. So is it gonna be tough? All I know is, my gut says maybe.

      Post edited 12/04/11 7:59PM

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    • Here's the thing... Saints Row the Third

      7 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      Ok, not quite finished with this game yet, but I had a moment of realization that I felt like sharing.

      For those of you not familiar with Saints Row 2 it was basically Grand Theft Auto if those games didn't take themselves so seriously. You're stealing cars, committing crimes, trying to deal with rival gangs, etc., but it's all sort of tongue-in-cheek because in between drive-bys and fights over territory you're doing things like lacing the rival gang's tattoo ink with radioactive material and doing side missions like driving a septic truck to spray down areas with human waste to lower property values. There's streaking side missions and ho-ing diversions and driving an ATV around while you're on fire, and it's just wacky, crazy fun.

      So I start playing Saints Row 3, and after the first couple hours I'm like, yeah, I'm definitely having fun, but this is basically just more of the same. I mean, they tweaked a few things, made some stuff better, added a couple of side missions (the Professor Genki stuff is awesome), and of course it's a new city with new weird gangs and shit. So it wasn't exactly the same, but it seemed to be fundamentally the same stuff all over again. Not worse, but not really pushing out much either.

      So that was the idea I had in my head from that point on, fun, but still just the same ol', same ol'. I barely even noticed when things started changing. It was a gradual process, but bit by bit things got a little stranger, a little crazier, a little more fun until I'm driving a Tron-ish light cycle through what looks like one of the chaos emerald side levels from Sonic 2 , and I start to think, "Ok, this is different., and I like it."

      That, however, wasn't the moment that I mentioned at the beginning. No, that came some time later when the game had taken even crazier turns. At one point I'm flying through the sky on a jet-powered hover-bike and bashing zombies with a giant, floppy, dildo-shaped baseball bat called The Penetrator , and it occurred to me how insanely wrong that first thought was. I was just like, this is fucking awesome.

      So basically, really fun crazy game. Play it.

    • Minireview: The Gunslinger

      7 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      I'm on my iPhone, so this will be short and not sweet.

      I just finished reading The Gunslinger, my first ever Steven King book. I figured if he'd written anything I'd actually enjoy it'd be the Dark Tower books. I was unimpressed. He takes a long-ass time to tell a relatively short, uneventful story. I don't know if it's a quality of King's writing or if it's just this book, but reading through this prose felt like slogging through calf-deep mud. It doesn't flow at all. Reading this book felt like work, not entertainment. Ive read shit written in Middle English that was smoother.

      Enough comes across to show that the character could be fun and have interesting adventures, but apparently that all happens outside the scope of this book. Maybe if i were inclined to read the rest of the series I'd get some of that, but at this point I'd rather slam my hand in one of my desk drawers than go down that road. It would be over more quickly at least.

      So, having decided not to read the rest of the series, I hit up wikipedia and read the plot summaries for the other six books, and now I think I'd choose 3 or 4 desk drawers and a trip to the dentist rather than continue. I mean, seriously, King seems to turn the series intonation self-insertion fanfic at some point . I just don't get the love for the series. Then again 1 book and some plot summaries don't quality me to judge the whole thing. It is, however, about as far as I'm willing to go. Sorry, Mr. King, I don't think I'll be reading any more of you. I'm sure you're just heartbroken.

    • Here's the thing... The Last Unicorn

      7 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      Just read this book today. Never seen the movie. Though I wouldn't be surprised if it stuck pretty close to the book. It wouldn't be that hard to do.

      Overall impression, not a bad book. Characters aren't bad, though they might be a bit cliche. The story actually has some emotional resonance at its core. I can see how it would speak to someone. However, I feel like it fails at a pretty basic level for a novel. It's on the short short, which isn't the problem, a short novel can be good, but it's a symptom of the problem which is that the story is just really simple, too simple for it to feel like a novel. It's just like a long kid's book. Now you're probably like, "Duh, that's exactly what it is. It's called The Last Unicorn, what did you expect?"

      Here's the thing, first off I'm not even sure what the target audience is really supposed to be. Given the simplicity and the subject I would say kids, but at the same time the author uses some really abstract concepts at times to make a point or at important plot junctures. There's the leader of this band of thieves who starts out seeming rather juvenile but then goes on at length about the nature of celebrity in this sort of world and the evolution of a person's story from fact to myth over years. Then to get past a crucial barrier a talking skull tries to explain to the protagonists that they have to be able to see time as a relative concept and not a fixed constant. Then there's discussions about the nature of emotions and truth, and then there's the unicorn. Probably the main character, her perspective as an immortal being is just so different from the perspectives of the human characters. I liked that. I thought it was great, but as the main character in a book for kids? She'd be completely unrelatable.

      So there's some great introspective, even philosophical moments, so adult target audience? Maybe it's supposed to be Shrek where there's something for everybody? I just didn't feel it. It's too straight forward. Unicorn decides to go and do this, she goes and does that, the end. Ok, maybe it's not quite that simple. She gets sidetracked a but it's like 5 minutes here and there, and all the story turns that might have been really interesting the author telegraphs from about 4 chapters away. The book isn't long enough that you can get away with putting a Chekov's Gun on the wall and surprise people when you pull it down later. That and the writing style doesn't lend itself to that. It's too tight to build in surprises. And honestly the style has more flaws than that. It can get a little flowery, but not overly so, and it can be kind of distractible, but I sort of like that. The main thing I picked up on was something that I see now when an author is doing a third person omniscient thing. It slips into sort of a game of musical perspectives, where he's hopping from one person's thoughts and feelings to another's without any sort of transition and no apparent rhyme or reason, but then leaving out this person or that person because if you knew what they were thinking and feeling it might spoil things. It makes the narrative feel at the same time unfocused and incomplete.

      Anyway, I'm getting kind of nitpicky. It was a decent book with a premise and story that while simple was still enjoyable and interesing-ish. Most of the characters are pretty one-dimensional, but still sort of fun for that, and it's a little one-off fantasy story. Can't ask for too much development I suppose. It's worth a read if only because you can get through it pretty quickly. Wondering if I should see the movie at some point. Thoughts from people who have?

    • Here's the thing... Arkham City

      7 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      No real spoilers

      So I've been mostly out of it this week. Since Arkham City came out on Tuesday I've been playing almost non-stop. That really wasn't even a conscious choice for the most part. It's just such a good game that it kind of sucked me in. Wednesday, for instance, I got up at like 8 or 8:30 and started playing almost immediately. I didn't stop for a while, no food or drink or bathroom breaks, and just when I thought maybe I should think about getting some breakfast or lunch or something, I looked at my phone and it was 5 PM. Just like that, poof, day eaten by the motha fuckin' Batman. It's been a good while since I enjoyed a game that much. Red Dead Redemption was kind of like that. Time would just vanish. The weekend after Kingdom Hearts 2 came out I played for almost 20 hours straight without stopping for anything. Damn they need to make another console KH game, but I've gotten off the mark.

      Here's the thing, Arkham City takes everything about Arkham Asylum and improves on it. At the same time, there is no doubt that this is a sequel to the first game. The gameplay is almost exactly the same, just with little bits added on, more gadgets, more flavors of baddie, more freeflowing map design, etc. The story has its roots deep deep into the first game while at the same time branching off into fun, though not completely surprising, directions. It's Arkham Asylum but more, bigger, deeper, and I feel like that's what a sequel is supposed to be.

      I haven't read any reviews, but I suspect that it will get a lot of love but not quite as much as the first one. Because, of course, the first one almost came out of nowhere. Just all of a sudden here was the Batman game gamers has been waiting their whole lives for. So AC can't have quite the same impact, and I'm sure it'll take some hits for not being innovative enough. Like I said, it doesn't change much from the first game, it just tweaks and adds a bit here and there, like seasoning. But why on Earth would anyone want them to mess with the winning formula of the first game by "innovating" a lot? But whatever, fuck what other people think, the game was awesome.

      There are so many side missions, the assassin, the cold call killer, the identity thief (who kills people and cuts their faces off), helping Bane out, stopping random people from getting the shit kicked out of them, that if you try to do them while playing the game (like I did), it can feel like Batman is having some ADD issues. It's like, I'm on this important mission to save thousands of lives, but excuse me while I answer this pay phone that keeps ringing. And it's not easy to just ignore them and get on with things. The game has a way of shoving them in your face. I was in the middle of paying a moment's silent respect to Batman's dead parents in crime alley (it's an achievement, but the amazing music and the way the game sets the scene with the camera movements and stuff made it worth seeing in and of itself), but it was hard to appreciate fully because a block over some poor sap was getting beat up for not finding enough food for a tougher thug. His constant weeping and cries of, "Oh, God, no! Someone please help me! I'm sorry!" kind of spoiled the moment. Stopping these random acts of violence is one of the side missions, and stuff like that makes them kind of hard to ignore.

      That and the fact that the game is downright sadistic when it comes to a few of the Riddler trophies are really the only things I can find to complain about. The thing is just stellar from beginning to end. It makes you feel like Batman. Complaints from the first game about Batman's bulky movement (looking at you Poet)? Almost forgotten, not that they really changed the way he walks or anything, but who needs to walk? They made moving around the city by gliding and sweeping from building to building so easy and quick and organic that I barely ever touched the ground when I was out and about. And of course the very sexy way that Catwoman (and crawls and does just about everything) totally balances it out.

      On that note, the Catwoman stuff is a must have. If you were planning on waiting to buy the game used or borrow someone else's or something, don't do it! The Catwoman stuff comes free with new games, and you just have to have her. Playing her is kind of a nice occasional change of pace from being Batman, and she's so much fucking fun. Of course, going from Batman with a dozen different gadgets and tools to Catwoman who has 3 (and whose "thief vision" ain't got shit on detective vision) can feel like a bit of a downgrade when you're scrapping with 10 dudes, but the girl has some serious skills, and her caltrops are a life-saver. If Batman had something like that to pull out of his belt, the bad guys would never get close.

      Ok, I always start rambling when I'm shooting from the hip and free-writing something instead of trying to do a real review. The point: The game is awesome. Play it. Love it. Do the Dew. Be the bat. If you liked the first one, you'll like this one. If you didn't like the first one, the fuck is wrong with you?

      PS. Now that I've beaten the game after a week of non-stop playing I need a new entertainment to take up my free time. I just put in the first disc of my Farscape the complete series box set. Here I go down the rabbit hole again.

    • A lesson in Venn Diagrams

      7 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      This one goes out to Dac.

      Venn diagrams are meant to be graphical representations of all possible relationships between finite sets. Most often the representations are circles, though some trickier sets might require strange shapes to be used to get the point across. The diagrams can be used to represent relationships between almost any groups, but for this quick demonstration we're going to stick with using the circles to represent groups of people, since that will make it a little simpler to understand. We're just going to do a short, simple explanation of how these things work in order to improve overall understanding. So strap in PS. All diagrams were created by me, which will probably be obvious.

      We'll start off as simple as we can get, in fact, I don't think this really even counts as a Venn diagram, because no relationships are being represented.
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      In a venn diagram, the circles represent a finite group. In this case, the circle represents all of the people who like bunnies. People on the inside of the circle, people in blue, are people who like bunnies. SImple, yeah?

      Moving on, here is our second diagram:
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      One circle represents people who like pie. The other represents people who like cake. But wait, this diagram is not correct. Because some people like both pie and cake.

      So let's see the correct diagram:
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      So now we see a more accurate representation (though probably not with the correct ratios). Some people, the people in the blue area, like cake but do not like pie. Other people, the people in the yellow area, like pie but do not like cake. Meanwhile some people, the people in the green area, like both cake and pie. As such, they are still inside of both circles, they still fall into both categories, but they create their own third shape in the middle, a sort of oval that represents just them, excluding the people in the blue and yellow areas. 2 circles, 3 distinct shapes and colors. So 3 distinct groups being described. Here's where people can begin to become lose what's happening. The diagram in showing the relationship between 2 groups of people is actually breaking them into 5 distinctive groups. The diagram described 5 groups of people with 5 different shapes.
      1. The circle on the left describes a group where the people like cake.
      2. The circle on the right describes a group where the people like pie.
      3. The blue area, which is mostly a circle but has a little piece missing describes a group that likes cake but does not like pie.
      4. The green area, which is sort of an oval, describes a group that likes both
      5. The yellow area, once again, circle with a piece missing, describes a group that likes pie but does not like cake.
      This point is essential to understanding the nature of a Venn diagram in relation to a group of people. It's describing 2 groups and their relationship to one another, but it's also breaking them into 5 distinct groups, each represented by a different shape.

      Sometimes there isn't much overlap between two groups and you get a diagram like that one. Sometimes there is a lot of overlap and you get a diagram like this one:
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      You see, the people in one circle represent the criminals in Gotham. The people in the other circle represent people who get their asses kicked by Batman. Now, of course, some criminals in Gotham don't get beat up by Batman. These fall into the blue area. And sometimes Batman leaves Gotham to beat up bad guys elsewhere, so these people are represented by the yellow area, but most of the people Batman beats up are in Gotham and most of the criminals in Gotham get beaten by Batman at some point. So they're represented by the green area, which, in this case, is most of the diagram. Still 5 groups shown.

      Now we add a third circle. We'll start with a very simple one and get into more complex relationships afterward:
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      So once again we have a simple description of the relationship between 2 groups. Some people love Star Wars. Some people's favorite Star Wars movie is The Empire Strikes Back, and some people fit into both groups and those people are represented by the green area. Meanwhile since the red circle represents people who have never seen Star Wars, those people can't love the series or have a favorite movie in the series. So the red circle does not overlap at all. So now we've moved up to 6 groups being shown in the diagram, but the number of relationships being described has increased to 3 or 4, because it's not just about what is overlapping anymore. It's about what is not overlapping. The red area not touching the blue, yellow, or green shows an absence of interaction just like the overlap between the blue and yellow shows the presence of an interaction.

      Now we get into more complicated relationships (this whole diagram is a bit of an oversimplification, but I think you should still get the idea, just go with it):
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      Keep in mind what I said before that the circles and where they do not intersect is as important as where they do. You'll notice in this diagram the blue and red circles never overlap outside of the yellow circle. Because you can't be playing Halo at home alone and still be playing with other people unless you're connected to xbox live. By now you should be pretty clear on the relationship between two groups and how it describes a separate group. Like the blue and the yellow overlap to make the green, where the person is playing at home alone but is still connected to XBL. The relationship between them is described by the overlap of the blue and yellow, but [cont. in comments]

    • Tired now

      7 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      My brother moved into his own place, which means that the room he was using is now like my living room. Spent all day cleaning, rearranging, moving shit, it looks pretty good, or at least it will when he finishes moving his stuff. Right now what he hasn't gotten around to moving yet is sort of just over to one side. Other than that it's looking great. Need to get a couch, though. That'll be nice. But now I'm tired.

      Hopefully have my own place as well in a few more months, after I've finished saving up enough for a little new car. That'll be nice.

      Arkham City tomorrow. So if it's as awesome as it promises to be I may just disappear for the rest of the week. I'm off work this week. Had a bunch of days of PTO I had to take before the end of the year, so back in August I looked and found a week that no one else had scheduled to take off yet and grabbed it up. Turned out it was the same week as Arkham City, lucky coincidence, eh? I'm excited.

      Random thought, what webcomics do you people read? ("What do you mean 'you people'?" "What do you mean, 'you people'?" There, got it out of the way) Not that I'm looking for more, I'm satisfied with what I read, and I've also found that I really dislike some of the more popular webcomics. Like Penny Arcade? Hate it. XKCD I occasionally find amusing, but not regularly enough to actually watch it. I just see it when someone else posts it. I think my favorite is Girl Genius, which you simply must read if you haven't. Won the Hugo award for best graphic story the last 3 years in a row, so that they removed themselves from consideration for next year, just so someone else would have a shot. And, of course, I freaking love Dresden Codak, but it's hard to get excited about a comic that only updates like once every 2 months, no matter how amazing the writing and art is. Order of the Stick is fun, though at some point it definitely takes on the feel of a story that will never end. Erfworld is quite fun, except that in book 2, which just ended, they did a lot of text updates, which I feel kind of misses the point of a webcomic. Part of telling a story in comic format is getting exposition into the panels while still keeping things moving and interesting. If you feel like your comic needs several paragraphs of pure text every other page, maybe you need to reexamine your approach? Or maybe that's just me. Still a great comic, though. Then there's Something Positive, which is always fucking hilarious, but often in a way that makes you feel bad about finding it funny after the fact (seriously, I don't know how the author manages to hit that balance so often). And more recently I started reading Misfile, which is weird, because the arts not great, the characters are kind of one-dimensional-ish, the story kind of piddles around and takes pains not to actually go anywhere. Aside from an odd premise (an angel smokes a joint and gets so high that he makes a mistake in Heaven's filing room, and ends up turning a guy into a girl) and a good update schedule (every day M-F), it really doesn't have a lot going for it, but I keep reading for some reason.

      Whatever, rambling again. This journal is really just part of my attempt to keep myself conscious until it's time to head over to Gamestop at midnight. Not a bad job of it, either.

  • Comments (1829)

    • RocketJones

      12 years ago

      Merry Christmas Data
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    • zukomyprince

      12 years ago

      hahahah
      ya it means the rims...

    • zukomyprince

      12 years ago

      thanx for the welcome...ur pic of Sammy Jackson..LMAO!!! LOV IT!! did you make it?

    • RocketJones

      12 years ago

      glad to hear it....you're actually sort of fun to write for....you can be as mean as you want to the other characters, without fear of reprisal...

    • RocketJones

      12 years ago

      i was worried i might have taken your character a little too far...

    • RocketJones

      12 years ago

      Hey, i just thought i'd let you know, your character will now appear regularly....or semi regularly on Nowhere, now that he's been in an episode. im anxious to hear your somments on how i characterized you in the story.

    • monopoly_j

      12 years ago

      I am thankful to have you as a friend and I hope you have a great Thanksgiving!

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    • RUSH2112

      12 years ago

      Indeed, I am not.

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      Behold! The Punisher!

      Post edited 11/20/06 3:19PM

    • Stonesword

      12 years ago

      I just noticed your quote from the movies "Bandits".

    • Chi_Mangetsu

      12 years ago

      And their intent was to buy a PS3, and they were camped outside of a store for however long, so again I say, "The PS3 isn't worth getting shot over."

    • RUSH2112

      12 years ago

      Maybe. Or maybe I was just doing it right. It's worse than doing it wrong these days.

    • Jonus

      12 years ago

      Woah, we signed up on the very same day. That's awesome.

    • RUSH2112

      12 years ago

      It changed when people like Jalnor started posting.

    • powerbomb141

      12 years ago

      This link worked for me.

    • monopoly_j

      12 years ago

      Funny.

      I would mod it, but I don't want to risk messing up your +4 Noob, which is a great statement in and of itself.


      I really enjoyed the +4 Noob as well! It is now one of my favorites!

    • RocketJones

      12 years ago

      no, they havent aired it yet....it scheduled to air in 07'. the premise is pretty cool.

      In 1939, young Professor Broom destroyed Erzsebet Ondrushko, a female vampire who bathed in the blood of innocents to stay young. Now someone in upstate New York is trying to bring her back, and the elderly Professor Broom has decided to investigate it himself. He takes the top BPRD agents, Hellboy, Liz Sherman and Abe Sapien, who are more worried about his welfare than the return of any vampire. Their tune changes when they face a horde of ghosts, a phantom wolf pack, witches, harpies, a giant werewolf and Erzsebet herself. Hellboy ends up battling the Queen of Witches, the goddess Hecate, who wants him to embrace his true destiny, a destiny that includes the destruction of mankind.

    • Dashiva

      12 years ago

      Dude, I know you don't decide, and I know how the fights work. I was just having a bit of fun, sorry :)

    • wizardmon5

      12 years ago

      Precisely.

    • andym005

      12 years ago

      Well then you've got nothing to worry about Data, Both Marvel: UA and Dead Rising are awesome. I wish I would've gotten to beat Dead Rising, but Marvel: UA, me and my college buddies pounded that game out in a couple of days. it was great, because anyone that would come in the dorm room would pick up a controller, and the 4 of us would play away. but yeah, FFXII will definitely be worth your wait.

    • wizardmon5

      12 years ago

      Heeyyy, you're the only person on my friends list online at the moment.

      You should be... Happy? Something.

    • Zaeon Ooooold

      12 years ago

      I'm having hotdogs

    • RocketJones

      12 years ago

      yeah...those quotes....it's all those college tests im taking...all non essential information is leaking out.

      Post edited 11/01/06 8:30AM

    • Suto_Griff

      12 years ago

      Eh, what happened to the reviewing of the movies?

    • blaze1221

      12 years ago

      Well you have a point...The serial killer thing would be alil....out there...

    • elelisa

      12 years ago

      lol, "marge I want you to promise me you'll put me in a home, it's like being a bay except your old enough to enjoy it!"

      and my personal favourite:

      "hey, what's Lucky hooked up to?"
      "it's a resporator, it breathes for him."
      "and here I am using my lungs like a sucker... and why does everybody else get a bed-pan an I have to walk all the way over there?"
      "you mean there?" (it's a foot away)

    • USSArizona

      12 years ago

      Heh, no problem at all Data.
      Please let me know how you like it.

    • TheAlbacor

      12 years ago

      How can you win in a political debate when they are largely based on upon?

    • RocketJones

      12 years ago

      yeah, im catching up. this show has so much variety....

      Baltar: whats going to happen this week? oh, are you going to blow us up? no, wait! you already tried that. No, im going to blow up. Gaius Baltar is going to spontaneously combust.

      ....can;t get more variety than that. smiley8.gif

    • TheAlbacor

      12 years ago

      I could get those screen caps, whatcha need?

    • elelisa

      12 years ago

      "but Marge, every time I learn something new, something old get's pushed out. remember that time I took that home winery course and forgot how to drive?"
      "you were drunk!"
      "and how...."

    • elelisa

      12 years ago

      no no no, its a quote I swear. when bart is sending love letter to Mrs crabople. and their trying to send her one last letter to say good-bye and homer is always trying to get them to write that he's gay. the last thing he says in that whole thing is "PS, I am gay." I was just trying to continue the quoting streak. man, that would be pretty random if Iwas saying that otherwise....

    • elelisa

      12 years ago

      haha, what is that from? I've never heard it...

      PS. I am gay

    • elelisa

      12 years ago

      i came here with one dream, to kill all humans... who's the real 500 ton monster here, not i...

    • elelisa

      12 years ago

      well I'm not like them, if somebody tries to kill you, you try to kill them back1 you have the same right as everybody to live and try to kill people....

    • elelisa

      12 years ago

      hi, I'm troy McClour, you may remember me from such nature videos such as "earwigs: EWW!" and "man vs Nature: the road to victory!"...

    • elelisa

      12 years ago

      we must move foward, not backwards.. upwards, not foward. and always twirlling, Twirlling, TWIRLLING towards freedom!

    • monopoly_j

      12 years ago

      Dude, manager-types need their office sleep. It's important. Otherwise they'd be screwing with us all day out of sheer lack of anything to do.


      Good point, but I actually like my boss. I don't know how the other side of the office does it...they're all so bitter about their jobs...

    • Zaeon Ooooold

      12 years ago

      1.) your triva is impossible anymore
      2.) smiley7.gif
      3.) How is we're boned progressing?
      3.) I like pototes
      7.) ZOMGHOWRU?
      f.) I need sleep

    • RUSH2112

      12 years ago

      It's a surprise because he's not supposed to have one till April.

    • MineIsAnEvil

      12 years ago

      hehehe...i am sorry for never introducing myself..hi, i am talia^_^

    • MineIsAnEvil

      12 years ago

      yes, yes it is...only part of my favuorite quote of all time ^_^
      oh, and you must excuse me if i am crazy, i am one month away from graduating highschool, i have five exams that count for pretty much my entire mark, so pretty much my enrite next year depends on what i do over the next couple weeks.....mmm, strss, doesnt it taste great!
      i stayed up too late tonight trying to do homework, then i couldnt sleep, so here i am...lol

      i love serenity and firefly...only serenity sucks...coz they killed wash!!! *cries*
      blarg blarg blarg honk!

    • Nixorbo

      12 years ago

      She also has the emotional depth and acting ability of balsa wood. Kiera's better anyways.

    • gdchickoo8

      12 years ago

      thats awesome ...thanx smiley12.gif

    • grunthos2

      12 years ago

      Douglas Adams' other books.......so you liked the Dirk Gently books and Last Chance to See right? Last Chance was his personal favorite, great book on the environment and animals of Madagascar

    • Hale

      12 years ago

      RVBFridays


      Oh man, I'd TOTALLY eat there!

    • Crash

      12 years ago

      Everybody in my group seems to quote the Duck of Doom as well. Also, it takes forever for us to finish the game when one or more of us reaches lvl 9.

    • wizardmon5

      12 years ago

      But I was winning first. smiley2.gif


      Then that contractor guy came from behind (lolz) somehow, so I had to MAN IT UP and pass him back. NOW YOU ARE THE ENEMY, LEE HARVEY OSWALD.



      Incidentally, we're currently studying the JFK assassination in my Investigating History class. I'm thoroughly convinced he acted alone. There just so much that doesn't add up, about the conspiracy theories.

      The magic bullet theory, for example, was proven wrong by a computer simulation based on the Zapruder film. For the magic bullet theory to have any merit, Connely (or however that's spelled) had to be sitting directly in front of JFK. He wasn't, by any means. In the computer simulation, the bullet went in a straight path and hit all the correct points.

      Not to mention that Jack Ruby was obviously acting alone. If he was silencing Oswald, who'd silence him? Not to mention that he brought his dog with him to the police station.

      (Also, did you know Lee Harvey Oswald tried to assassinate Edwin Walker a couple months before JFK?)


      APPARENTLY I'M LONG-WINDED ABOUT THIS SUBJECT.

    • wizardmon5

      12 years ago

      Stop beating me in cubsfan's trivia thing. smiley2.gif

    • dix

      13 years ago

      Yeah, I saw... tis a shame.

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