groowagon's forum posts

#1 Posted by groowagon (2800 posts) -

no, i don't regret it (i'm barely at $1K, maybe a hint lower). i don't buy PC for gaming only, obviously. i mean, even console gamers have PCs at home. it's just the amount of money i put on the GPU that counts as a gaming expense for me. in other words, it's $300-$400 to buy a modern mid-high range GPU. add the fact that PC games cost a LOT less, so it's close to being a bargain. then add the fact that games are the best looking on any system, and it becomes a no-brainer.

#2 Edited by groowagon (2800 posts) -

Wireless, but im not sure if it works yet on pc. I checked about a month ago and MS didnt have drivers for pc "yet". You might also need an approprietary reciever for it (included in the wireless pc version).

#3 Edited by groowagon (2800 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@groowagon: You seem to be confused. Grab a dictionary. The word "misbelief" is not what I'm talking about. Religion is as simple as belief about the nature, cause, answer purpose of the universe . The fact that some religions take it further doesn't change that.

you don't have to be a very big genius to realize that religions offer some... well... second-hand explanations about our universe. and to realize that these explanations are indeed redicilously primitive. hence, misbelief.

#4 Posted by groowagon (2800 posts) -

@Laihendi said:

@groowagon said:

that all religions should be illegal. they prevent individuals to think logically.

Have you considered the possibility of religion being a symptom of people not thinking logically rather than a cause?

it really doesn't matter wich way it goes. now it exists, and it has become a couse through culture of brainwashing.

#5 Posted by groowagon (2800 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@groowagon: Yes it is.

the level of this debate is overwhelming. have a nice day sir :)

#6 Edited by groowagon (2800 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@groowagon said:

that all religions should be illegal. they prevent individuals to think logically.

Religion is as simple as belief about the nature, cause, and purpose of the universe. How is outlawing such beliefs logical?

no it's not.... it's far from simple. the word you are looking for is misbelief. worst thing is that it still affects people through politics (more or less, depending on the country), even if the people are not religious. that makes me sick. it's so medieval. people are so stupid.

#7 Posted by groowagon (2800 posts) -

it's down-right certain. better go into that tornado shelter and stay in there. carefully peek out after 30 years.

#8 Edited by groowagon (2800 posts) -

*yawn* been free here in Finland since... i don't even know how long.

but that's great news. key to an equally civilized society.

#9 Edited by groowagon (2800 posts) -

5-6 cups of coffee a day. why is milk here? totally unrelated.

#10 Edited by groowagon (2800 posts) -

that all religions should be illegal. they prevent individuals to think logically.