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1441  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / The HiddeN Cost of War on: June 16, 2005, 06:35:34 PM
Just because they attacked those voting doesn't mean they specifically hate democracy. Terrorists look for predictable targets -- lines of those waiting to vote is a pretty good target. So would lines of folks waiting for Star Wars: Episode III, were there to be a big release in Baghdad.

Now, I'm sure that the insurgents have a low opinion of democracy. Tehy're more of the theocratic bend.

But anyone who actually thinks the terrorists don't like "our freedom" and that's the reason they attack us is many steps removed from reality. Terrorists hate America because, well, for one thing they follow insane leaders. For another thing, American foreign policy in that area of the world has sown a whole lot of reasons for those people to hate us.

Of course, I'm sure I'll be accused of hating my country because I have the audacity to admit that we've treated those people like shit, and now they're trying to get revenge. In Bush's America, honesty about America's checkered role in the world is one step removed from sedition.
1442  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / So how's the War on Terra going, George? on: June 16, 2005, 05:14:04 AM
Quote from: "Zarkon"
So we invade Iraq basically because Saddam is a Bad Person...which is true, but we're the one who put him there.


Technically, the Soviet Union put him in power. Saddam's Iraq was originally a Soviet client state. However, when the Shah was deposed, we cajoled him with weapons and money to switch over to our side.

We also trained some of what would become Al Qaeda to fight the Soviets in Afghanistan.

You know, if we want to stop fighting monsters, we should probably stop giving them weapons.
1443  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / So how's the War on Terra going, George? on: June 15, 2005, 10:08:31 PM
Quote from: "MrZubbleWump"
I don't want to sound like the ugly American but why should I care about terrorism in another country besides the U.S?


US citizens and US companies are often targets and/or collateral damage. And the spread of terrorism ANYWHERE increases its "acceptance" and thus the chance of it being used basically everywhere. Plus, all human life is of equal intrinsic value, be it American, Argentinian or Armenian. We in this nation used to be the leading champion for human rights around the world, fighting what was literally a good fight. Not so much anymore.

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I pay taxes to the U.S. gov't to provide security to this coutry (not another country).  


Ah. Isolationism. Yeah. That's worked so well everytime we've tried it.

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What choice targets where conveniently moved to the Middle Easter sphere? Do you mean U.S. soldiers?


Yes. US Soldiers in Iraq, where we have no business being, and US civilians in the same arena, are the present targets of anti-US terrorist attacks.

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So you think we should have left the U.S. soldiers in the U.S. so that the terrorists could fight them in the U.S. and blow up U.S. citizens?


That's just an incredibly stupid proposition. We should have kept our army, and our entire foreign policy establishment, focused on actual terrorist threats, and not dropped most of them into the meaningless, pointless quagmire that is Iraq. There are about a hundred things we could have used the foreign policy clout that we've now lost and the military might that we've now squandered that would actually have made our nation truly more secure. But the imbeciles running our country in the ground decided it was better to go after a big, splashy, meaningless "bad guy" who we could visibly knock down rather than fight the true, less visible, less poll-bumping fights that actually need to be fought.

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How exactly would that make you feel about winning the war on terrorism?


The whole notion of a "war on terrorism" is asinine. Terrorism isn't a group, it isn't a collective, it isn't a country. It's an illegitimate military tactic (you know, like torture). Fighting a "war on terrorism" is as stupid as fighting a "war on strategic bombing raids."

What we need to have been fighting is a careful, focused assault on those specific networks which pose a true threat to the Western world. You do that by first toppling their puppet government -- the Taliban. Good job on that, unfortunately we've completely screwed up the postgame. We also need to be securing and destroying the world's nuclear stockpiles. Bush has totally ignored that threat. But mostly we need to be building a strong, unified Western front, and Bush has made it impossible to do that.

Do you know we now claim the right to swoop in anywhere in the world, grab anyone we want, hold them for as long as we like and never charge them with anything or even let them speak to counsel? What gives us that right?

The pointless War on Iraq, and now the torture revelations, have been such staggeringly huge mistakes. We now have more enemies in the Middle East than we ever did before 2001. Bush has recruited an entire new generation of terrorists who hate the Western world, and the uprise in terrorist attacks shows what the Bush doctrines have wrought.

We had a real moment in September 2001 to rally the world to a great purpose. We just didn't have the real leadership necessary to do it, and now we're worse off than we were before.
1444  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / So how's the War on Terra going, George? on: June 15, 2005, 09:29:26 PM
Quote from: "MrZubbleWump"
I'll feed the troll.

I'd say that the war on terror is going good.  If this was a war against Osama Bin  Laden then I would say that the war has been a draw but it's not.  The fact that there have not been any acts of terror against the U.S. since 9/11 pretty much speaks for itself.


Nonsense. Absolute, complete nonsense. There have been more terrorist attacks against US citizens since 9/11 than before -- it's just that we've conveniently relocated some choice targets to the Middle Eastern sphere.

The number of terrorist attacks worldwide has SKYROCKETED since 2001. Through the roof. The White House was so humiliated by the State Department's 2004 terrorism report that they forbade the Department from ever issuing another.

America is less respected, has less allies and is generally less safe than it was before Bush's Folly in Iraq. Bush's torture scandals (and yes, the authorizations for torture go up to the highest levels of the Administration) have destroyed America's moral authority. This country's international reputation has never been lower. And we're not one bit safer.

But hey, at least the government can now sneak and peek into anyone's home whenever they want without due process or even informing the person. That's what freedom's all about, right?
1445  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Deep Throat Revealed on: June 02, 2005, 05:13:22 PM
From my Weblog:

I'm telling you, they should have talked to me. I would have helped them turn this into a true media event:

"The Informer" This Fall on CBS!

Thirteen suspects compete to be America's choice for "Deep Throat" in such thrilling competitions as "The Nixon White House Crime Trivia Contest" and "Talking to Bob Woodward in a Dark Garage." As the American people vote and eliminate one contestant each week, everyone is counting down to the final episode, where both America's Choice and the Real Deep Throat are revealed to all!

13 episodes, 30 minutes a piece. Hosted by Hal Holbrook.
1446  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Wow! Not liking Babylon 5 so far... on: June 02, 2005, 05:12:03 PM
Quote from: "JayG"
I hated the first season. Thought the acting was dreadful, the stories tedious and felt it looked incredibly cheap. I have no idea why I brought season 2, yet it's a huge improvement and by season 4 It was one of my all tine favorite series. Season 5 is also rubbish though.


Well, the first half of Season 5 is rubbish. The latter portions are actually very good. Sigh... I need to go back and watch my B5 DVDs again. I forget sometimes how much I loved this show (and how much I hated Crusade). Londo Mollari is by far one of the greatest characters in television history.

"You are touched by darkness, ambassador. I could warn you, but you would not listen. I could kill you, but another would simply take your place."

Babylon 5 rocks.
1447  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Wow! Not liking Babylon 5 so far... on: June 02, 2005, 05:05:56 PM
Quote from: "whiteboyskim"
The first season blows, pure and simple. Skip to the final two or three and you'll be fine. Season 2 is a lot better, Seasons 3 and 4 are terrific for the most part, and Season 5 blows until the final 6 episodes.


Yes, the first season is lame -- but this is terrible advice. DO NOT SKIP anything. The show builds as it moves forward. Skipping will leave you lost, confused and unhappy. Suffer through. Its worlds better in Season 2.
1448  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / LOST Season 1 Finale - Nice on: May 26, 2005, 08:44:59 PM
I don't see how you can say we haven't started moving yet. We know a great deal more about the characters, and the island, than we did at the start of the season. We know Locke's motivations, Jack's motivation, Kate's motivation. In just this past episode, we learned tidbits about the Others, the Tree Crushing Monster and the hatch. Did we learn a lot? No. Did everything we learn lead to more questions? Yes. I'm still not sure that's a bad thing.

And I, for one, learned a great deal about dynamite from Arzt.

I don't know if anyone's seen it, but given the smokey glimpse of the monster we saw last night, it seems interesting:

http://www.livejournal.com/community/lost_tv/533584.html?view=7176528

I need to Tivo and rewatch the first episode, see if that's real or just some nonsense someone made up.
1449  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / What's your home page? on: May 26, 2005, 03:56:44 PM
On my Mac at home, with OmniWeb, I have a default workspace that includes Google News, and my Gmail and Yahoo mail pages. At work, I use Firefox, and while I've had Google News as my homepage for months, I've now switched over to Google/ig.

Very much liking the Google pseudo-portal.
1450  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Where did your online name come from? on: May 24, 2005, 08:35:30 PM
The first part of my name, Fireball, comes from my summer a staff member at Boy Scout camp. Apparently, I developed something of a reputation for having a temper, and thus was renamed "Fireball."

The next fall, when I first signed onto AOL, I adopted that as my nom de Net, as FireballKM -- my nickname and my initials.

When I went to college, I joined a fraternity. My scroll number for my House was Alpha Phi 1244. Being all "Go Teke!" at the time, I dropped my initials and put my scroll number at the end, and thus Fireball1244 has been my most-used nick for, well, everything, since about 1997.
1451  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Star Wars - Episode III Impressions (OMG SPOILERS) on: May 22, 2005, 06:10:42 AM
I never said they were a good addition. In fact, in the post above yours I called them "silly." Just because Lucas botched the concept doesn't mean the concept was necessarily doomed to be botched.
1452  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Star Wars - Episode III Impressions (OMG SPOILERS) on: May 22, 2005, 03:38:13 AM
Quote from: "Jumangi"
Quote from: "Fireball1244"
Quote from: "Jumangi"
Quote from: "Driver"
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You know, what?  I really liked it. smile  That midichlorian bullshit kind of makes sense.


I liked the ROTS allot too but thats still going to stay as a dumb idea on his part along with Jar jar. The force reduced to bactieria? No thats just lame.


"The Force reduced to bacteria" is also a very inaccurate description of what midichlorians are. Midichlorians do not create the Force.


midichlorians having the force or being what gives it is lame, period. He added this on later obviously since Obi-wan in the origioanl trilogy says nothing ever about it. It was origionally a mystical force that all life has that binds etc etc. Thats fine. Dropping in bactieria as the part of it was just dumb. It makes the whole Jedi/Force thing start to sound cheesy, just keep it the way it was.


Wow, did you just ignore my last post? The midichlorians are not "bacteria," and describing them as such, or describing them as the "source" of the Force, is simply inaccurate.

Do I think they're somewhat silly? Yes. Did they have to be? No. Lucas screwed that one up, wrote unclear exposition and created a silly "controversy."
1453  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Star Wars - Episode III Impressions (OMG SPOILERS) on: May 21, 2005, 06:28:46 PM
You could no more transfuse midichlorians through a blood infusion than you could transfer your own DNA through the same. Midicholorians live within the cells of Jedi -- they are effectively mitochondria, which are basically separate organisms that live within the cells of all animals here on Earth and make our manner of life possible.  Without them, we'd not be able to process sugars for energy, and thus evolution would not have produced the animal life we have around us.

Now, what you end up with is a philosophical argument. Since sentients are born, seemingly randomly, with midichlorians or without them, there's not a clear cause or effect relationship. Do the midichlorians produce Force sensitivity, or are they attracted to and colonize Force sensitive sentients?

In either case, their presence or absence is indicative of Force sensitivity. But it is not necessarily a causal relationship.
1454  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / [Politics] Do you live in Dallas, TX? If so, PLEASE READ! on: May 21, 2005, 02:47:46 PM
Quote from: "Crowley"
Though as a Houstonian I'll see what I can do about this.


I appreciate it.
1455  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / [Politics] Do you live in Dallas, TX? If so, PLEASE READ! on: May 21, 2005, 02:46:28 PM
Quote from: "unbreakable"


Holy dogshit! Texas! Only steers and queers come from Texas, Private Cowboy! And you don't look much like a steer to me, so that kinda narrows it down!


Tongue

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Sorry, couldnt resist  Tongue   If I lived in Texas, I would help you out.  Gunny seems to think it's a non-issue as well, albeit for a different reason.

I'm glad we dont have those sorts of problems here in Illinois.


And you have the Cubs and Wrigley Field. I'm sort of jealous all around. smile
1456  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / [Politics] Do you live in Dallas, TX? If so, PLEASE READ! on: May 21, 2005, 02:45:20 PM
Quote from: "mytocles"
Hey, I live in Massachusetts, and I still read the post, but wouldn't you want to say "Texas" instead of "Dallas" in the title?  It's a statewide proposal, correct?  The more the merrier!

Good Luck Tongue


Yes, it's a statewide proposal, but the key votes appear to be coming from Dallas County. I'm not certain who the swayables are in other counties. smile
1457  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Star Wars - Episode III Impressions (OMG SPOILERS) on: May 21, 2005, 04:46:01 AM
Quote from: "Jumangi"
Quote from: "Driver"
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You know, what?  I really liked it. smile  That midichlorian bullshit kind of makes sense.


I liked the ROTS allot too but thats still going to stay as a dumb idea on his part along with Jar jar. The force reduced to bactieria? No thats just lame.


"The Force reduced to bacteria" is also a very inaccurate description of what midichlorians are. Midichlorians do not create the Force.
1458  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / [Politics] Do you live in Dallas, TX? If so, PLEASE READ! on: May 21, 2005, 03:28:27 AM
If you live in Dallas, please, please, please contact either Senator John Carona or Senator Royce West and ask them to oppose House Joint Resolution 6!

HJR6 would bar any sort of recognition of same sex relationships in the State of Texas. It only takes 11 votes in the Senate to block this unnecessary and horrid little bill, and opponents of the measure are on the verge of having those votes. However, both Carona (a Republican) and West (a Democrat) are now wavering in their opposition and say feedback from their districts will determine their vote!

So please, if you support equality, freedom, self-determination and liberty -- and live in Dallas (I know several of our posters do) -- please contact your state Senator and ask him to oppose this measure!

The Senate is in session this weekend, and the Senators and their staffs will be available on Saturday, so please call immediately.

Senator West's Austin office phone number is (512) 463-0123.

Senator Carona's Austin office phone number is (512) 463-0116.

When contacting the Senators, you likely will not be asked your reasons for opposing the bill. However, please keep these points in mind:

    * This amendment is redundant, as Texas already has a "Defense of Marriage" law.

    * This amendment would expose GLBT Texans to even broader discrimination.

    * This amendment will make Texas a less welcoming place for GLBT-friendly businesses and GLBT entrepreneurs.

    * There is no risk that a decision similar to that of Massachusett's Supreme Judicial Court would "suddenly" legalize gay marriage due to differences between the Texas and Massachusetts Constitutions.

    * A similar amendment in Ohio has had unexpected and unwelcome side effects, such as removing "domestic abuse" protections from all unmarried couples, and thus could endanger all Texans, regardless of sexual orientation.


Find out who represents you in the Texas Senate, and contact them:

http://www.senate.state.tx.us/75r/Senate/Members.htm#FYI

Thank you!
1459  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Star Wars - Episode III Impressions (OMG SPOILERS) on: May 20, 2005, 07:07:31 PM
Grievous was badly injured at the end of the second Clone Wars series, thus his cough early in ROTS and clutching of his chest.
1460  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Star Wars - Episode III Impressions (OMG SPOILERS) on: May 20, 2005, 06:25:55 PM
Quote from: "farley2k"
Wow.  I hated this movie.  It was so stupid, so weak and just so overdone.  

1. Why does Mace Windu go from wanting to arrest Palpatine to trying to kill him?  Just becuase that made it seem easier for Anakin to choose to attack him?  Makes no sense, none.


He was going to arrest Palpatine when it seemed like the Sith Lord was spent and powerless. After Palpatine struck back at him, he realized that he was too powerful to contain, and had to die.

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2. What the is up with Padme "losing her will to live"?  That is just the stupidest reason on Earth!  Just having her die in child birth was fine, it worked, it was believable, it was neat.  The whole will to live thing was just cheesy.


That's mere opinion. I thought it worked well.

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3. How come with "Order 66" Yoda can feel them dying but no other Jedi can?  Oh, right he is the best, coolest....or he just needed some cheap way to explain him living.


800 years of training? And who says that other Jedi couldn't feel it happening? Perhaps they were too busy dying to respond.

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4. Do we really think Captain Antilies would keep C3-PO and R2 for roughly 15-18 years?!  And still be flying the same ship?  Oh sorry it was the same style....but the style of every other ship changed....just not that one.


No, that was the same ship. We don't know if it's the same Captain Antilles, but it's safe to assume it was. Given the delapidated state of the Galaxy in A New Hope, it makes sense that Senator Leia would still be travelling in the same vessel. Particularly with all of Alderaan's financial resources being put to use as part of the Rebellion.

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5. If you love Anakin like a brother - don't let him fucking burn to death!  Just kill him mercifully![b/]  Seriously, I was just sitting there thinking - if that is what he does to his brother...well crap.  And come on!  If the goal was to kill Anakin why leave when he was still alive?  


I'll admit, I wondered this. But then, even if I loved someone, I'd probably be a bit pissed at him for trying to, you know, kill me, and I wouldn't want to walk down there and give him the chance to grab me and pull me into the lava.

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[Oh sorry one last one....when did R2 learn to squirt oil out of himself?


Even droids must urinate?
1461  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Why do they hate America? on: May 20, 2005, 04:02:01 AM
Quote from: "Daehawk"
LOL..Id love it if bosses caught all the slackers at that crap and fired them on the spot. I saw a big line of them on the news tonight and the wife and I had a good laugh poking fun at the dorks. Teenagers and under I might understand but I saw people my age in that line in dressup. Embarassing.


I hope you feel the same way about the losers who walk around in sporting team jerseys.
1462  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Oh Good Lord, I've Graduated on: May 12, 2005, 06:14:20 AM
Okay, a test confirms it: I look like a doofus in my cap and gown.
1463  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / LOST - 05/11/05 on: May 12, 2005, 05:01:30 AM
Well, we did learn that whatever it is that was driving Kate to run, it goes all the way back to her childhood. We're also seeing the resolution of some of the plot threads and storylines from earlier in the year as secrets people had been holding (three big ones in this episode alone) were brought out into the open, to some degree or another.

I wonder how they'll handle the raft. If it launches, I'd find it hard to believe that it would ever find its way back to the island -- short of some sort of magical intervention -- and I'd hate to lose the characters who are presently planning to ship out.

I am very interesting to see the Others. And I loved seeing Danielle delivering what was very, very Delenn-like dialogue. smile
1464  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Your tax dollars at work on: May 11, 2005, 07:07:54 PM
Quote from: "Raven"
It's amazing to me how anyone could possibly argue that illegal immigrants don't negatively impact our environment, educational system, transportation system, crime, healthcare, and any other social issue that's important to American citizens.


There's no question that they have an impact on those services. However, is the economic benefit gained by the wider culture from the availability of illegals willing to work for, literally, illegally low wages enough to offset that "impact" should be the real question. I don't think you would like the results if we actually got rid of all those working illegally in the United States.

As for medical care, if they're here, and they seek emergency care, we have a moral obligation to provide it just as we would provide it to anyone here by birth or visa. However, I see no reason not to patch them up and then ship them home.

EDIT: Actually, I can see a reason not to do that: it might discourage them from seeking medical care, and thus create a situation that could easily foster a major public health crisis.
1465  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Who here is seeing Star Wars Episode 3 opening night? on: May 11, 2005, 03:45:37 PM
Quote from: "whiteboyskim"
Got the tickets for the midnight show, as well as the next day's 7 p.m. digital screening. biggrin


How strange, I'm going to those showings, too! slywink
1466  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Oh Good Lord, I've Graduated on: May 10, 2005, 06:40:35 PM
Quote from: "drifter"
Or even worse.  They want to start collecting those loans.


I managed to avoid that situation. I worked my last two years through college, so I'm graduating without any loans due.

When I do graduate school, I'll probably have to find some sort of loan support, though.
1467  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Oh Good Lord, I've Graduated on: May 10, 2005, 06:39:22 PM
Quote from: "disarm"
congratulations fireball!  what's your degree and where are you off to next?


Thanks. My degree is in political science. I'm not sure what I'm going to do next. I'm taking to a lot of folks in the party establishment here in Dallas, it's just hard finding political employment in a non-political year. We'll see. I may end up homeless and destitute.

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i had my medical school graduation ceremony on sunday and it's hard to believe all those years of schooling are really over.  even worse, everyone wants to keep calling me 'doctor' now slywink


Congratulations, Doctor Disarm.
1468  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Oh Good Lord, I've Graduated on: May 10, 2005, 03:15:24 PM
Just pulled up my student access website at SMU, and all the little buttons are green. I've actually graduated from college. And with a 3.4 SMU cumulative GPA. God help us all.
1469  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / A Hero Falls- Episode III music video on: May 02, 2005, 07:13:06 AM
I'm very pumped for this movie. It looks like there's not a lot of space battling, but a whole hell of a lot of lightsaber dueling in this one, and those are my favorite parts of all the movies. From the two trailers, I count at least four lightsaber fights:

Anakin/Obi-Wan and Dooku
Palpatine and all those Jedi
Anakin and Obi-Wan
Palpatine and Yoda

And since General Grievous did some heavy duty lightsabering in Clone Wars, I assume we'll see him get in on the action somewhere.

I. Can't. Wait.
1470  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Napster on: April 29, 2005, 02:13:33 PM
You shouldn't get charged. Your free trial period is the billing cycle in question. Once that is up, the account will go away.
1471  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Kevin Smith has seen Episode III... on: April 28, 2005, 04:28:38 AM
Oh, you want to make it a pic war, huh? ;-)



If you walk without rhythm, you won't attract the droids.
1472  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Kevin Smith has seen Episode III... on: April 28, 2005, 01:50:37 AM
Quote from: "Dafones"
Smith was basically like, "F&ck Jar Jar. F&ck him up his stupid ass." I'm paraphrasing though.


Be careful what you say. Whiteboy is a huge Jar Jar fan. He has lots of Jar Jar toys and books.
1473  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Adobe Buys Macromedia FAQ in Plain English on: April 26, 2005, 08:08:57 PM
PDF is transglorious. I use and create PDFs all the time. It's by far the best printing-standardization format out there. I literally couldn't do my job without it.

Of course, on a Mac, you don't have to suffer with Adobe's craptacular Reader software, which is slow, hungry and ugly.
1474  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / New Pope. on: April 19, 2005, 08:54:45 PM
I'm not very happy with this. Ratzinger is the personafication of everything I hated about John Paul II's later years. The Church will harm itself doing this. Talk all you want about the booming African and South American churches, but those aren't the ones that keep the Church in gold goblets and silk robes.

Frankly, the thought of a man who considers me to be inherently evil, immoral and a threat to "family" as pope makes me want to wretch.

On the plus side, I won't have to worry about getting weepy or emotional, or even the least bit sad, the next time a pope dies.

Here's hoping his tenure is much more John Paul I than John Paul II.
1475  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / [DVD] Primer on: April 13, 2005, 11:48:55 PM
I've not seen the movie, but the writer/director spoke at the SMU Student Filmmakers Association Film Festival last year and is extremely attractive.
1476  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Revenge Of The Sith (1337 subtitles) on: April 13, 2005, 10:19:28 PM
It's hilarious, but I don't understand a lot of it. TG? LFG?
1477  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Do you post at the Octopus Overlords too ? on: April 12, 2005, 03:02:34 AM
While I post at both boards, and certainly think highly of this board (it has the added bonus of being the board my two best friends in the world post to), I post a lot more at OO. Mainly because I'm only interested in the "off topic" stuff.
1478  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Transformers the Movie on: April 07, 2005, 03:49:15 PM
Yeah yeah yeah.

But will it be "Beyond Good, Beyond Evil, Beyond Your Wildest Imagination"?

And they best get the original cartoon voice actors, or the movie will blow.
1479  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / The Pope Has Died on: April 03, 2005, 02:41:39 PM
Quote from: "Crowley"


I have no idea what that means.
1480  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / The Pope Has Died on: April 03, 2005, 07:51:28 AM
My rambling, probably grammatically-troubled, consideration of the loss of Pope John Paul II.
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