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#1 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

Sandals rock. Eff you TC.

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#2 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

Depends. If they're muslim by birth, but not really religious and pretty liberal in their values, then I have no issues with them. If, however, they are practicing, religious muslims, I don't have a very high opinion of them at all.

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The game looks OK. Not my thing. Can't wait for the console version of The Witcher 2.

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This is the one game I can't wait to play. Couldn't get it till now 'cause my PC sucks. And the 360 version HAS to come out when I'm out of the country! Sigh, will I ever win?

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#5 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

My favourite comedy is Two and a Half Men (the Sheen episodes, not the Kutcher ones). But I can see why a lot of people would hate it. The Big Bang Theory is alright.

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For beta I the signed. Wait can't!

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Evil terror cat? Bring it on!!!!

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#9 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

it already happened. it's why your children are buying crap music, watching brainless movies and drinking carbonated poision.

you're welcome.

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As long as no one touches my crap music and carbonated poison, I got no beef with them.
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#10 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

The United States could destroy the planet using its nuclear weaponry, but there's no way they could conquer it. There would just be too much involved in trying to keep control.

The bigger question is...what country actually has the desire to conquer the planet? I'm sure it's not the United States. I'd say it's China. They're already trying with India. They keep walking into the northeastern Indian states, and the Indian government is too afraid to face the situation. They make friends with India's enemies, such as Pakistan, and keep building bases in key locations around the subcontinent in order to try and diminish India's influence in that region.