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  1. Hmm...I wonder how long the discs last though?
  2. that whole freedom fries renaming thing was the most corny embarrasing gesture I've ever heard about ever. And those guys are greedy, what, they can't wait 10 seconds for chips?
  3. AMEN BROTHER! this just proves that Liberalism is a DISEASE! <{POST_SNAPBACK}> This just proves conservatives are a bunch of stereotyping bastards. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> With no hearts, consciences or souls.
  4. I don't know what the "best" is, but I do know that Fruity Loops can do anything you'd want it to do (create custom riffs, add synchopated drumbeats, add effects like distortion, wah, flanger etc all in the form of virtual pedals, etc. etc. etc.), and it's also really easy and intuitive to do it.
  5. Muahaha! The day before I am legally able to drink alcohol! <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Being 21 before it's legal to drink is crazy. We are all drunk by 18 in England. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Same here, in Australia. But thwn again, the best prime minister (which is a position equivalent to president) we've ever had is a man who holds the world record for drinking a yard glass in the shortest amount of time, so what do you expect?
  6. Well? Two questions #1) do you think it is possible to travel back in time, and #2) if you can go back in time, could you change the past? It's a kicker, isn't it? On the one hand, if time-travel were possible wouln't we know about it? We'd have a whole time-tourism industry. BUT, it could just be that this is the *first* time round, so a time machine won't exist until someone buids it. But does that negate the whole idea of time travel in the first place? For the second question: The major theories of time travel all have different interpretationd on whether it is possible, and what the possible consequences might be, of changing time. The argument thatyou can't change the past because it's already happened is a good one, but that means that humans have no free will and everything that happens is set to happen only one way, But on the other hand, if you can change time, would iit change the whole history of everything? This could already have happened and we wouldn't know! So what are your thoughts? On a side note, a time-travel device would be impossible to patent because if/when one gets made, from that point on it would always be possible to patent the device one day earlier!
  7. Have they done anything fancy with this thing like cure any diseases yet?
  8. But wouldn't it be awesome if they mutated your balls into, you know, super balls? <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Oh yeah, maybe even Dragon Balls
  9. I don't use one, so as to avoid radioactive testicles.
  10. Pfft, no. Halo also ripped off some sci-fi book but I can never remember the name of that book. Xbox specific games have a tendency of ripping off many things. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> The Ringworld series? It was definitely good. What did you think of Red Faction II?
  11. I can think of games that were executed alot more poorly than mgs2 - games that came out at around the same time too (off the top of my head: james bond: nightfire, for instance, sucked balls). For mgs2, the controls were intuitive, the graphics were really nice, the gameplay was engaging for the brief-ish time it takes to finish it...I really can't see what you were complaining about.
  12. Apparently they're doing this because the Japanese aren't great fans of fps's. I didn't realise they were not big fps fans, but it kind of makes me proud that that means most fps's (my favourite genre) were created by non-Japanese companies, considering the stranglehold the Japanese seem to have on the rest of the market.
  13. What's motivating me right now is doing absolutely as little as possible as my holidays just started an hour ago. Before then for weeks what was motivating me was getting all my work done so I could get ready for my holidays
  14. Took Ya Long Enough, I've Had The DVD Rip From,... Somewhere And A Long Tyme Ago, Off Of Nova. F UCK YOU! <{POST_SNAPBACK}> I saw it at the cinema with some friends, like we had planned to for a while
  15. I just saw "sean of the dead"; now that's a good movie!
  16. Hehe, good point, the sheer numbers of "mario vs sonic" type animations alone are enough to fill newgrounds!
  17. Nah, he left because fatal kept calling him 'Ian la Cream' and posting doctored pictures of him all over the internet
  18. "Religion is a cloud that rolls over and settles upon the eyes, percipitating ignorance and blinding one from logic...." Anon. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Another good point. Maybe if kerry had said he'd been chosen by god to run for president too, it would have been a closer race. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Did Bush seriously say something like this? I must have missed whatever religious BS you people are referring to. In light of the current state of affairs here, this seems relevant: http://harpers.org/ElectingToLeave.html <{POST_SNAPBACK}> No; Bush never said anything like that. I made the quote up. Religion is integral in the election this time, and that quote perfectly fit. Anon. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> You didn't make it up, he honestly did say that God chose him to be President
  19. I have no idea. I don't even know if it is. And if it does, it'll probably be stale just like Halo for PC was. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Define 'stale'. Wasn't Halo for Bill-BOX 'stale' with the same logic then? I still haven't fisihed Halo myself... i'm very close to finishing it, but not quite; i'm getting my ass kicked. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> By stale I mean old. I'd rather play a bad game when it first comes out then play a bad port of a bad game a year later. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> You are right to a degree, but I never had the chance to play the Bill-BOX version (until very recently), so the Pc version was certainly an experience to me. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Yeah, me too. And it seemed like a fine port, even though there is quite a bit of slowdown on it.
  20. It worked when I went to bed last night - someone must have changed it
  21. ROFLMAO! To save people the trouble, this is the name of an image of Bush on the front page of that site: http://cdn-channels.netscape.com/cppops/fe...on3/i/moron.jpg
  22. "Religion is a cloud that rolls over and settles upon the eyes, percipitating ignorance and blinding one from logic...." Anon. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Another good point. Maybe if kerry had said he'd been chosen by god to run for president too, it would have been a closer race.
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