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8881  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / ***EA Signs exclusive deal with ESPN*** :'[ on: January 17, 2005, 11:40:47 PM
Quote from: "Dimmona"
Quote from: "gellar"

EA has just proven that it's about... oh, say 1000000000000x smarter than Sega.


Its not 1000000000000x than Sega, it's 1000000000000x richer.


You mean to tell me Sega couldn't coerce ESPN to sign an exclusive deal prior to this?  Or that the deal was for just 2 years?  Either way, it was dumb.  Thinking the trademark was safe when EA is right there with teh big wallet is horrendously stupid.

gellar
8882  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / ***EA Signs exclusive deal with ESPN*** :'[ on: January 17, 2005, 10:13:31 PM
Thanks to my #gg homie Chris Grenard for this little image:

8883  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Looking to get new speakers...looking at Spiffy Bose set on: January 17, 2005, 09:54:02 PM
Quote from: "Octavious230"
Hmm how to get Zaxxon to read this thread.... Ahhh I know !!!! Time for a title change!!  :twisted:


I'd suggest posting on OO instead, he frequents there much more than here.

gellar
8884  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / ***EA Signs exclusive deal with ESPN*** :'[ on: January 17, 2005, 09:42:17 PM
Holy sweet jesus.

Sega didn't have a long term deal with ESPN?  Their sole and only brand?  MORONS.

EA has just proven that it's about... oh, say 1000000000000x smarter than Sega.

gellar
8885  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / GOAT of the Year Voting: PC edition on: January 09, 2005, 07:58:08 PM
Quote from: "Big Jake"
While I convinced myself I wasn't going to argue. this anymore, I want to respond to a couple specific things from Gellar.

"Welcome to the future"
Have I ever mentioned how much I hate people that say, well, your losing your privacy anyway, so you shouldn't fight it?  If Big Brother was to actually happen, I would damn well have to be "re-educated".  I will not go along willingly.   People who accept evil or wrong things being perpetrated are less than human, IMO.  You have a DUTY to stand up and say, 'this isn't right.'.


But again really, I don't care.  If a Company wants me to do X to get their product, I have the option of purchasing it, and I have the option of not.  They aren't "forcing" me to do anything.  I wanted Half Life 2, I didn't mind whatever hoops Valve made me jump through to get it, so I bought it.  Now if they asked me to tame a lion or wear a pink skirt, I may have changed my mind.  You've made your choice too, which is also a perfectly valid one.  What I don't understand is your need to complain about it repeatedly.  It's fair, you don't like it.  This isn't evil, it's business.  NO ONE is forcing you to do anything.  You aren't losing your privacy, you are WILLINGLY letting Valve have whatever data they have said they will glean from your system (which ain't a whole hell of a lot).  No one is "taking" anything because they are "evil."  I have a duty to do whatever the hell I want, not sit around in a tin foil hat all day.

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"What the fuck do I have to hide"
You know what the first argument every nutjob evil facist dictator uses?  "If you're innocent, then you have nothing to fear from invasion of your privacy".  THAT IS PURE FUCKING BULLSHIT!  What you may or may not have to hide is completely inconsequential.  The fact is, why should I have to  defend my personal rights from an arrangement that would exist only to benefit a certain person/select group of people?


This has nothing to do with government or dictators.  It has to do WITH A GAME ON MY PC.  I defend my privacy rights when it actually matters.  I don't get bent out of shape about a game, on my PC, which really has nothing I could give two shits about on it.  This is not the start of a grand scheme wherein big brother tracks everything I do.  It's a delivery mechanism for games.  That is all.  Best as I can tell, the government has nothing to do with Valve.


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(Please note -  I am not arguing Steam anymore.  I'm only addressing the thoughts processes I can discern behind Gellar's post.)


You actually haven't addressed any points from my post other than making conjecture about how I am willingly going to bend over and let my rights get taken away from me.  I'm not.  Valve has taken no rights from me.

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OH, and what's Blizzard's next game?  I want to take you up on that bet that they will come up with a Steam-like client.  Care to attach some stakes to that bet?


Well in theory, Blizzard's last game already did that.  But since it was an MMORPG, I won't argue that point.  It'll be a sequel to Starcraft, I'd venture to bet.  And I will put stakes to it if you wish.  Your call.

gellar
8886  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / GOAT of the Year Voting: PC edition on: January 09, 2005, 02:39:27 AM
Quote from: "Big Jake"
And it's been clear since day 1 that there are a lot of gamers who think that because they make games, Valve isn't a 'corporate entity' (aka, malicious group of people who will willingly kill you if it makes them money (see references under Ford CO.))

I wonder if gamers also believe that all candy companies are run by an oddly funny guy in a top hat who has lots of short musical dwarves doing his bidding.
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Process for Doom3:
INstall
Start playing.

Process for Hl2 (retail release):
Install
activate
Start playing

I had no need to 'activate' Doom3 once it was installed, so no, HL2 wasn't 'as playable as Doom3 out of the box'.  Denying reality does not make it so, LE.


You know, as much as I hate joining the same side of the argument that LE is on, I gotta say, this is one of the more misguided/inane posts I've read.

By your logic, a game with 5 cds is less playable out of the box than a game with 4 cds.  More steps /= less playable.

Quote from: "Big Jake"
(Point 1) I've qualified this MANY times before:  no other game companies felt it necessary to do this, so clearly Steam isn't necessary  in order to make a game.  Therefore, for reasons unknown to me, they are trying to force non-game software on me.  And as I've said before, I will always refuse something someone tries to force on me.  If it was good for me (ie Polio Vaccine), then they wouldn't need to force it with insults (Ie, your tinhat picture that you had displayed in other threads the first several times we had this argument.)

(Point 2) Why do you implitly trust them?  Do you work there? Do you know these guys personally?  I assume it's malicious. You assume it's not malicious.  In absence of proof, why is your point more valid than mine?


Valve was the first company with the balls to do it.  Guess what though... I can guarantee the next major releases by the companies who know their product will sell (HELLO BLIZZARD!) will run something similar to Steam.  Valve started a process that will trickle through the rest of the industry.  It may take a year, but it's a coming.  Half Life 2 was successful, Steam was successful.  Welcome to the future.

And it's not that any of us implicitly trust them so to speak.  It's more of a) what the fuck are they going to do with my information that will make it worth the negative press if they get caught and b) what the fuck do I have to hide?

gellar
8887  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Where is OO? on: January 03, 2005, 11:20:25 PM
Quote from: "ChrisGwinn"
verbose just means you get the area description every time you enter it.


Maximum verbosity.
8888  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Random Fighting Discussion on: January 02, 2005, 03:32:10 AM
Superhiro and Siljanus:

8889  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / ESPN College Hoops 2k5 - Impressions on: December 31, 2004, 06:35:00 PM
For the life of me I cannot figure out why Sega spends the time to make a very good game, but then absolutely ignores quality control.  I think the only Sega Sports game I've played in recent memory that didn't have very noticeable bugs was the most recent ESPN Baseball.

This game is awesome and does so many things right, but nothing aggrivates me more than the random lockup while simming off days.  It can wipe out a whole game's worth of progress and honestly makes me just want to stop playing.

I know it's just $20, but can't I have less bugs?  Please?

gellar
8890  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Random Fighting Discussion on: December 28, 2004, 10:55:10 PM
This may well be the worst thread I've ever read in the history if the internet.

That's some good work boys.

gellar
8891  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Where is OO? on: December 28, 2004, 09:47:34 PM
Quote from: "warning"
Please note that we have 9740 posts in our console gaming section right now compared to 6054 in our PC gaming section and 2905 in our Massive Multiplayer section.  It becomes inaccurate to characterize us as console boards anymore.


By that same token, OO has 11,804 posts in its PC Gaming sections, which is why I think more PC gamers hang out there.  More quantity of discussion.

gellar
8892  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Where is OO? on: December 28, 2004, 09:23:25 PM
Quote from: "Lee"
I post over there more because I am not a console gamer and the Off Topic is a bit more active on OO, but I visit both. The double posts do get old though. I wish the community would have moved as a whole instead of splitting.


I'd say 90% of my posts are on OO.  Their R&P and EBG section has some very interesting folk and there is a lot of content.  I'm also primarily a PC gamer, so those forums make the most sense for me.  I do stop in over here to visit the gaming sections, but I've found that most of the posts are just duplicated and thus spend more time at OO.

That and there are some folk that are welcome here (and not there) that honestly... drive me to a murderous rage.  It's best I just avoid them altogether smile

gellar
8893  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / X-Box as an HDTV DVD player on: December 22, 2004, 08:05:25 PM
Quote from: "Jancelot"
Update:  I got the Phillips DVD player above and am not entirely happy with the picture quality.  After doing some research on the AVS forums (which I should've done in the first place, but I was just excited to get everything in) it appears it's great for what it does best and that's playing DivX and burned discs.  The price was great on it though so I'll eventually just move it to my upstairs SDTV and get a higher-end upscaling player for my HD set.

Another note for gellar, I was reading on the AVS forums that people are having problems with image ghosting on this set, specifically using the HDMI jack.  I'm ordering satellite HD soon and really hope that it won't be noticable for me.  Have you had any issues with it?


I read about those issues too, and honestly I haven't come across them.  I don't know why, but apparently the "newer" sets don't have the issue.  Strange as that is, I guess I'll just consider myself lucky smile

gellar
8894  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / What did you do this past weekend? 56K Warning on: December 20, 2004, 11:08:13 PM
Lucky bastard.  Which mountain?

gellar
8895  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / ESPN NHL 2K5 Season confirmations! on: December 16, 2004, 10:53:09 PM
You know... I'd actually play this if you guys could make it West Coast (PST) friendly.

If you think that's possible, I call the Kings.

gellar
8896  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / EA actively seeking to corner the entire sports gaming marke on: December 16, 2004, 10:50:13 PM
Quote from: "jpinard"
gellar I have Madden too, but I still have a frame of reference I'm goign by and that's Sierra's Front Page Sports Football.  Now bugs aside and the last one they had to recall, that game had the best simming engine around.  I just don't understand why a game 10 years old could simulate stats better than Madden?  Or maybe, why the developer's don't care enough to have realistic simming.  They go the extra mile to put in features no one asked for (create-a-fan, player cards), yet neglect the most basic fundamental of football.  Errr like Earth-bound physics...  Or a running game that isn't utterly broken.  They improved the defense this year by making the defensive players cheat.  I mean, it's like put your resources where it counts...  make the game itself great, then once you have that down, then add all the extra fluff.


If your reference point is FPF, you'd absolutely HATE any extended period of time with ESPN.  ESPN's franchise mode is horribly borked.  I could go further on it, but suffice it to say... ESPN is a fairly good "single game" simulator, but not a whole lot further.  That's the main reason I went with Madden this year.  They spent time to hone in on a great franchise engine, but with only a "good" on the field engine, and absolutely shitty graphics model.

Also, Madden's running game isn't broken, you're just not good at it.  I'm better at running in Madden than I am in ESPN smile.

gellar
8897  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / EA actively seeking to corner the entire sports gaming marke on: December 16, 2004, 10:35:05 PM
Quote from: "jpinard"
Well I guess its too bad gaming is all about marketing, and not at all about the actual fricking game huh?

Geez, and to think, I purchased games based on cumulative review scores, and not the marketing.


You do?

Cumulative Review Scores for ESPN for PS2 (most common gaming system:  89%

Cumulative Review Scores for Madden on PS2: 90%

You buy games based on what YOU like about the game, same as the rest of us.  Scores be damned, you buy the game because you like it, or because people tell you you should like it (marketing).  Marketing is why great games (IL2, for example) get the shaft, and why mediocre/good games (Sims 2, Doom 3, nearly every Star Wars game ever made) sell like hotcakes.  Sure sometimes we get a nice combination of both (Blizzard, Half Life 2), but let's be real here.  This isn't "Shiney Happy World (tm)" where everything is right and all is just.  Things happen because they can.  Why does Company X charge X amount for shitty product X?  Because you will buy it and because they can.  That's capitalism.  If you don't like it, don't buy it.  Call the rest of us who do morons if it makes you feel better, but it's not changing anything.

Finally, as a guy who actually LIKES Madden football, I get the shaft on this just as much as you do.  Madden 2005 was the first time in years that Madden actually improved a good deal of their game, and I gotta believe that was due to the inferior (IMHO) ESPN offerings.  Hopefully they'll continue to do the same, but they certainly have less motivation to do so now.

gellar
8898  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / EA actively seeking to corner the entire sports gaming marke on: December 16, 2004, 09:04:52 PM
Quote from: "jpinard"
Facts are facts:

Papyrus made a better game Nascar game, but had less money.  EA has more money.  So we get a crappier product because EA is wealthy.

Sega/ESPN made a better football game than EA.  EA has more money, so we will be stuck with a crappier football game.

Sega/ESPN makes a HUGELY superior game of hockety to EA.  EA is trying to buy that license as we speak.  if they do, we will be stuck with a horrendous veriosn of hockey because once again EA has more money.

See this is a case of talented people losing their jobs, and us discerning gamers losing a better product.  This is anti-competitive tactics and is supposed to be illegal.

So, the more talented/better  programmers lose their jobs, and you think that's fair?  That "that's the American way?"  Well I don't agree.


I'm sorry about calling you an a-hole, but I get tired of people saying, "Who cares?"  "It doesn't matter!" "Get a Life!"  :wink:

I just see this as having very negative consequences down the road for us gamers, and it disturbs me people can't see that trend.  It goes beyond sports gaming...

When you have better development studios, making a BETTER game, and MAKING money - and they get forced OUT of the industry - there's something wrong.


Most of your "facts" above are opinions.  Some I agree with, some I don't, but they're still just "opinions".  Facts are things like these:

EA sells more than Sega.

EA makes more than Sega.

EA could afford to do this, while Sega couldn't.

It's a case of one, well managed and well marketed company utterly destroying a less well managed and a piss poor marketed company.  The very competition you are crying about has happened here, and one company has won.  It's just not the company you wanted, nor has that company won in the manner you wanted.  But it still won.  It was, without a shadow of a doubt, the better overall company.  That is fact.

gellar
8899  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Webcam? on: December 15, 2004, 07:28:40 PM
Quote from: "Daehawk"
Quote from: "EngineNo9"
Quote from: "Daehawk"
I like that Logitech one that runs about $80. I want that one. Its really clear and fast and comes with a shade to pull down over the lens so those people that hack into cams cant see when ya dont want them to.


Or you could just turn it off...  :roll:


Thats what I mean by hacking into it. They turn on webcams that you supposedly have off and see whats going on in your room...hence thenew cams coming with a blinder.


Call me crazy, but why not just UNPLUG THE WEBCAM??!?!?

gellar
8900  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / #gonegold and fef.net problems on: December 14, 2004, 11:52:09 PM
Quote from: "warning"
Thanks for the heads up.  I'm still in the stone age using chisels and marvelling at fire but I'm sure there are some here who frequent #gonegold.


If you marvel at fire, you'd fit in just fine at #gg!

gellar
8901  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / How old are you? on: December 14, 2004, 06:43:25 PM
Quote from: "SuperHiro"
24.

I know that's a big surprise given my mature, thoughtful posting style.


I'm with stupid.

gellar
8902  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / ESPN Football - no more?!?!? on: December 14, 2004, 05:33:20 PM
Quote from: "jonsauce"
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EA also had this done to them with the Formula 1 license. EA actually made a great F1 PC game, but some console publisher forked over the bucks for the license, and the EA F1 series was no more.


That also sucked.  I was a big fan of their Formula 1 games.  I didn't realize that they quit making them because of the liscence being lost.  That sucks too.

I don't care what company it is that loses the liscence, if they were making good games, or even the best on the market, it sucks for the gamers.


Yep I was a huge fan of both games.  Especially the Papyrus once, since I was actually good at those.

The good news regarding the EA F1 engine is that it's been licensed by a company to make a GTR game, which looks awesome.  Also, if you still have F1C, there are a lot of mods to bring that game current to the 2004 season.  Those are done pretty well.

Anyway, enough off topic stuff.  Fanboys can commence the EA bashing smile

gellar
8903  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / ESPN Football - no more?!?!? on: December 14, 2004, 05:16:11 PM
Quote from: "Devil"
Next question for me is will EA start charging $75-$100 for the game?  They could probably do it and I wouldn't be shocked.


Nah probably not, unless they manage to snatch up the licenses for the rest of their signature sports games.  It'd be hard to justify to the public that NFL costs $75, while NBA costs $40 or $50.  EA makes quite a lot of money at the $50 price point, there's no need to risk the negative PR of their fanbase by raising the price.

Now if they get all the other licenses... all bets are off.

gellar
8904  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / ESPN Football - no more?!?!? on: December 14, 2004, 05:13:58 PM
Quote from: "AgtFox"
Let's play a little role reversal here.  Supposedly the NFL and NFLPA put out the request for bids and 5 companies bid on the exclusivity.  You can guess the companies:

EA
Sony
Microsoft
Midway
Sega/Take Two

Would you guys be reacting the same way if one of the other 4 got the exclusive deal and not EA?  I have a feeling you wouldn't, but I could be wrong.  Most of you would probably be glad if Sega/Take Two got it, but what about the others?


Excellent point.  This is more the NFL's doing than anyone elses.  Regardless of who won the license, it's a bad thing for gamer's in general.  EA just had the deeper pockets this time.

Quote from: "jonsauce"
They already ran Papyrus out of their NASCAR series frown  Those were my favorite racing simulations but when EA bought up the NASCAR liscence Papyrus had to quit making them.


EA also had this done to them with the Formula 1 license.  EA actually made a great F1 PC game, but some console publisher forked over the bucks for the license, and the EA F1 series was no more.

gellar
8905  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / ESPN Football - no more?!?!? on: December 14, 2004, 01:38:51 AM
Quote from: "Devil"
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Except you'll be playing in fictional stadiums for fictional teams. Further little bits of chrome such as the halftime show and the crib are down the toilet.


Not if it goes like I think it could. Sega's game will now allow for "user made" rosters and MS/Sony would need to allow them to be used online. Seems like a way to get around this.

It's EXACTLY what happens in most college sports games where fan sites create 'real' downloadable rosters. The only issue was that you couldn't use them online. MS/Sony might be more willing to let this happen now that they lost the bidding...


Either that or Sega takes the engine and asks the NCAA if they can play there.

Either option = not enough sales, IMHO.  Sega ain't in good shape right now.

gellar
8906  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / ESPN Football - no more?!?!? on: December 14, 2004, 12:30:30 AM
Wow... brilliant move by EA.  Absolutely pwn the competition in a way they can't pwn you: with money.

I gotta say I'm impressed, whoever's running the ship at EA nowadays knows what they're doing.

gellar
8907  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Irony, thy name is Kobe Bryant on: December 13, 2004, 08:21:56 PM
Mark my words... in a few years (hell, maybe now), Kobe will have the same rep as Barry Bonds.  Good player, absolute dickhead.

gellar
8908  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / HDTV - my new passion on: December 08, 2004, 05:36:04 PM
Quote from: "croman"
As for sports, my favorite by far is Sunday Night Football on ESPN. I personally feel like the HD ESPN broadcast is the best one out there.


I used to think the same thing... but currently CBS HD Football broadcasts have won my heart over.  The colors just look better.

gellar
8909  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: X-Box as an HDTV DVD player on: December 08, 2004, 04:00:19 PM
Quote from: "Jancelot"
Quote from: "gellar"
Quote from: "Jancelot"
I'm about to take the plunge and pick up a 52" Toshiba DLP set.


Hey I think I just recently bought the TV you're looking at.  I love the thing.  Let me know if you have any questions about it specifically smile

gellar


Aha!  (as an exclamation, not the band)  I knew someone around here had talked about purchasing one.  I am planning on swinging by Best Buy tomorrow to pick one up.  How is the standard def picture quality?  And do you use the stretch mode as well?  The TV I do watch is usually football or the occasional sitcom so I'm not overly concerned about it.  What (and how) do you have hooked up to it?  I obviously have an X-Box and am going to pick up a DVD player as well.  I little confused on the HDMI input.  Is that one just for a HD cable box?  Nothing I've read has mentioned that this unit has a DVI input which is the only drawback as I'd like to hook up a media center PC eventually.

I was thinking of snagging the Samsung 50" DLP set but I've read some issues with fan noise and the bulb burning out quickly.  I've read almost nothing but good things about the Toshiba set.  The biggest draw on the Samsung was the price and the DVI input.  Have you had any problems or do you know of any common issues people have had with the Toshiba set?  Any forums you've found?

Overall I'm just really excited about this holiday gift to myself.  Hey, I'm single, someone has to take care of me. smile  Thanks!


SD Quality is actually quite good, considering its an HDTV set.  I've seen some TVs where I cannot stand watching SD because it looks so grainy, but whatever Toshiba did to get SD to display at an acceptable level... it worked.

I do actually use a stretch mode, and it's one of the reasons I bought this particular TV.  The Toshiba Theater Wide 1 stretch mode is the absolute best I've ever seen in any widescreen TV.  The "Full" mode for 4:3 material is crap, but Theater Wide 1 is the greatest thing since sliced bread.

I'm using the current inputs:
Component 1: DVD Player
Component 2: Mad Catz Switchbox running Xbox/PS2/Gamecube
HDMI: Cable Box

Here's the funny thing about HDMI... it's DVI for all intents and purposes, just in a nice friendly USB like cable.  In fact, my Cable Box only has a DVI out and is connected to the TV using a DVI -> HDMI Adapter.  They're the same thing.  For some reason though, Toshiba states that you shouldn't hook a PC up to this TV.  I can't figure out why, and I know some of the folks at the avsforums have hooked up their PC.  It's something I've been meaning to try myself.  The DVI -> HDMI Cable only cost me $25.

The *only* issue I've ever heard about the Toshiba's is in regard to the HDMI input on earlier units, which apparently had some "ghosting" of the text.  Mine has no such issues, and there have been no recent reports of them either.  Kind of strange and slightly troubling, but it was a non issue for me.  The Toshiba 52HM84 (the one I have now) uses the HD2+ chip Vs. most current Samsungs using the HD3 chip for DLP.  The HD2+ is the superior chip and provides better color/contrast, while the HD3 chip was really designed for budget and cost cutting reasons.  That's not to say the Samsung is a bad set... I almost bought it myself.  It's just that the Toshiba is a better set.

gellar
8910  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: X-Box as an HDTV DVD player on: December 07, 2004, 11:33:10 PM
Quote from: "Jancelot"
I'm about to take the plunge and pick up a 52" Toshiba DLP set.  Does the X-Box put out a progressive scan signal when playing DVDs?  Do I need to pick up a separate player as well?  I already have the X-Box Hi-Def pack for the 5.1 audio so all I need there are the component cables.  The set has 2 component inputs and an HDMI input.  What kind of jack am I looking for on a DVD player and what kind of cables do I need?  Thanks!


Hey I think I just recently bought the TV you're looking at.  I love the thing.  Let me know if you have any questions about it specifically smile

gellar
8911  Non-Gaming / Trading Forum / WTB/WTTF Links 2004 xbox on: December 03, 2004, 10:28:46 PM
It's not technically trading, sir, if I'm just giving it to you slywink

gellar
8912  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / I need a doctor's note on: November 01, 2004, 02:41:18 AM
Quote from: "\/\/olverine"
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Fucking hell, dude...haven't you ever heard of stuff like a book or a GBA to pass your time?


If I cant use the internet what the fuck makes you think I can use a GBA? They just want me to sit there as a statue. And its not dumb, I don't see how my decision to fake an illness to get a few days off equates with unintelligence.


If you can't see the stupidity of the action, then you're doomed to repeat it.  Again and again.  But please, do keep posting about your antics smile

gellar
8913  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / I need a doctor's note on: October 31, 2004, 11:07:10 PM
Quote from: "\/\/olverine"
Anyhow, any advice yet?


Stop doing dumb things?

gellar
8914  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / How bout that new mustang? on: October 25, 2004, 11:55:58 PM
Sweet ride coop, and an absolutely bitchin deal for $26k.  Don't think you'll find more bang for the buck than that right there.

I do agree that the rear end is just a *hair* too long though.  Small gripe, but it's definitely an upgrade over your old wussified Lexus slywink

gellar
8915  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Urge to kill rising, most hated commercial category on: October 13, 2004, 05:17:33 AM
Any Mazda commercial is pretty shitty, but their most recent one drives me fucking insane.  As if "zoom, zoom" wasn't bad enough, they added the fantastic annoyance of making it sound like a cell phone ring.  Christ almighty, worst idea ever.

Then they go and play the stupid thing IN FRONT OF MOVIES AT THE MOVIE THEATRE.

I will never buy a Mazda due to this damn commercial.

gellar
8916  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Beer - best and worst? on: October 13, 2004, 01:27:50 AM
Nice topic.

Favorites:
Stella Artois
Newcastle Brown Ale
Guinness
Dos XX Amber
Harp

Do Not Like:
Heineken
Corona
Anything Light
Anything with "Honey" in the title

I'm leaving off any microbrews because a) most people can't get it anyway and b) I don't want to seem snobby.

I'll happily drink Budweiser and other American macrobrew though... I've got no problems with that.  Some of my best times were with buddies in Mammoth pounding back case after case of Bud.

gellar
8917  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / EVERYONE READ PLEASE on: October 12, 2004, 04:07:36 PM
Quote from: "Knightshade Dragon"
Expect a post on the R&P decision by COB today.


Honestly, I think an R&P forum handled the way you guys handle things would work out really well, or die quickly in a blaze.  I dig the no bullshit policy here, but think that a lot of R&P posters would hang themselves with that rope fairly quickly.

I sure as hell wouldn't want to moderate it.

Anyway, nice work on what you've done so far here.  It's not secret that I'm not a big fan of CG in general, but I do think you guys have done an excellent job in handling the "migration."

gellar
8918  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / EVERYONE READ PLEASE on: October 12, 2004, 04:41:51 AM
Quote from: "Knightshade Dragon"
19 more posts and you will. smile


Dude that's not much better... and it's a bit presumptious slywink

I KEED, I KEED.

gellar
8919  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / A picture thread (NSFW) on: October 12, 2004, 04:41:09 AM
Quote from: "MHS"
Hey!  I have that thong!


But do you have that ass?
8920  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Favorite GG moment on: October 12, 2004, 04:31:35 AM
Quote from: "noun"
Quote from: "Jeff Jones"
Quote from: "Tareeq"
Quote from: "Scraper"
WhitePride is memorable for me, simply because he was the worst poster ever to appear on GG. That's saying a lot too.


Wasn't Whitepride just another login for Kahless and Bplotkin?  That was implied in the "who is Kahless anyway?" thread.  I never experienced that person directly until this weekend, but hated it the instant it reared its head here.


Hmm, GG's worst posters?

whitepride
bplotkin (scammer)
kahless
Tony72
TSS (long winded scammer)

IIRC, it was pretty much proven that bplotkin = kahless.  He may also be behind whitepride and Tony72 as well.


Don't forget Thomas Covenant/High Lord Elena, a single entity who briefly joined a #GG chat session just for the purposes of later posting lies about #GG on GoneGold.


#gonegold has basically proven that whitepride=kahless=bplotkin=Thomas Covenant/High Lord Elena

In other words, that's one seriously bored dude to come up with all that shit.

gellar
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