@Ninja-Hippo said:@Fightingfan said:@Ninja-Hippo said:@Fightingfan said:
What's the problem? United Kingdom doesn't have freedom of speech.
Don't believe me go make fun of black people, or Christianity.
Congrats on winning the dumbest post of the thread with the very first response btw. You dont see it too often.
You don't think that's true?
It's blatantly, obviously, massively common-sense and nothing else required not true. If it were how the heck does an English writer produce a book called the God Delusion? How does Christopher Hitchens devote entire lectures to ruthlessly mocking the religious? How is it legally allowed to have a tiny, horrible, uber-right wing party whose one and only platform is the deportation of all non-white people?
Come the **** on.
Even those seem a bit tame next to The Satanic Verses....
Demon's Souls already had a spiritual successor. It was called Dark Souls, and it was the better game.
But assuming that it didn't, who's going to make this? From is working on Dark Souls II, so I doubt they'd waste their time. Japan Studio isn't big enough.
This sounds bogus.
Demon Souls was a good game, but there's a reason why they're pressing on with the Dark Souls brand. It's the better product.
@monsterpuncher said:The truth isnt fair. I only speak truth. If a one sided picture is painted then thats because thats how it is
Let me guess, you have to be an xbot judging by your irrate response. Take your head out of the sand. Ryse is garbage.
An Xbot? Hardly.
I can't tell if you honestly believe this stuff or if you're just atrocious at trolling.
In the case of the latter, you're trying too hard....
You would rather play Ryse:
-A linear scripted QTE fest/wannabe interactive movie done wrong/also has bland art style and cliche story/ Whats ultimately looking to be one of the biggest jokes in gaming.....
THEN play Shadowfall:
-Big open beautiful levels / mulitple ways to approach and tackle enemies / Owl device which offers more tactical options and lets you repel any where you want/ luscious art / interesting story / Whats utilmately looking to be an unrivaled FPS
Your impartiality is staggering....
No thanks, I've seen David Icke's spiel before. I don't need to waste 9 hours of my valuable time to come to the same conclusion (he's full of shit) that I came to long ago.
"...self-identified tea partiers had SLIGHTLY higher “scientific comprehension” than their non-tea party counterparts."
"non-tea party counterparts" means OTHER REPUBLICANS. That's like being being the smartest idiots at the Stupid Rodeo.
Marx, Engels, and John Maynard Keynes were buffoons who have caused untold damage to the world.
Ayn Rand was a novelist and philosopher. I am not very familiar with Leroux.
The rest were actual economists who made real contributions to our understanding of economic theory. Your grouping of them seems arbitrary.
That's probably the point.
Several years ago, I read an article in my doctor's office, that said about 40% of board certified scientists now believe that the theory of evolution is probably wrong.
Evolution basically asks people to believe in magic
Matter that came from nowhere started spinning for no reason. . . . .
Then - in frictionless space no less - the spinning action made the matter get hot and explode. . . . The exploding matter formed planets and stars that magically spun in different directions in violation of the laws of physics. . . . .
Then - magic rain from nowhere created magic goo on one of the planets . . .
The lifeless goo magically became alive - - with ready made DNA - - , and turned into kitty cats, pine trees and Lady Gaga - without leaving any fossil trails for any of the "evolutionary" phases. . . . . because - as everyone knows - magic doesn't leave evidence. . . .
"Who are you?! Where is Commissioner Gordon?!?"
"bipartisan plan that features a 13-year path to citizenship"
That's hardly an easy path.
Dark by a lot, white is hard on the eyes.
The dark theme still looks wrong though. It looks blurry, the white text isn't bright enough or something.
Too much grey and it's hard to read things on the page due to lack of contrast.