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Gaming / Re: Totally overwhelming unicorns !
« on: 12-05-2012, 17:05:00 »
Awww it's not working for me.

Off-Topic / Re: Revolting Uniting
« on: 12-05-2012, 17:05:00 »

Off-Topic / Re: Revolting Uniting
« on: 12-05-2012, 16:05:37 »
Obama has no authority over the issue, so him saying it "should be up to the states to decide" is meaningless, because that's exactly the way it is. The thing is, if you look at this without the filter of personal bias, it becomes an issue of personal rights, which puts it in the domain of the Supreme Court, which means neither the President or the States have any say in the matter.

So, in a way, him saying it's for the states to decide isn't actually saying nothing, it's also denying gay marriage as a right, framing it as a regulatory matter for the states.

Does the one in the center behind the guys head say "stop the race mixing, march of the antichrist"? D:

Also, I think I see Korean writing on the right side of the color picture. That actually gives me a glimmer of hope for humanity. A slow painful glimmer that is easily forgotten in it's glacial transformation into light.

Off-Topic / Re: Revolting Uniting
« on: 11-05-2012, 21:05:51 »
It's a political football move. I'm for gay marriage but am not moved by this statement. Even a little annoyed that he's obviously using it to drum up attention and solidify votes. When it comes down to it, this is not a question of Executive policy, this is a matter of the Supreme Court. What the president thinks about it has no effect on the matter, just like what I think about it. Or what the Supreme Court thinks about it really. Their job is to lay aside personal opinions and consider the rights objectively.

Off-Topic / Re: Revolting Uniting
« on: 11-05-2012, 19:05:42 »
Shots and shave? :D

Off-Topic / Re: Revolting Uniting
« on: 11-05-2012, 18:05:08 »
This is not a bad idea actually. I have to think outside of the box more often.

Freedom is an ideal. This shows some forms of this ideal. Guns aren't free in many places of the world either.

Off-Topic / Re: New Forum Layout/Look
« on: 11-05-2012, 03:05:29 »
Those boxes have been there like... three years. The stars are the only new thing that I see. :/

Nope they're totally new. >_<

Nothing existed before today in their place.


Off-Topic / Re: New Forum Layout/Look
« on: 11-05-2012, 00:05:25 »
Thoronder has a good pic:

Stars and posts with...less border?

It's new to me within the last couple days.

They also added little triangle boxes to show which threads have new posts...

I always thought the line in the film said T-Rex were so fugly natural selection favored mates who couldnt see eachother very well. This was compounded by their short arms which restricted their ability to perform corrective eye surgery, and their tendency to eat the other species meant none would help them.

Maybe I saw the Turkish version or something. ???

Gaming / Re: Ready to return to Skyrim? [SPOILER ALERT]
« on: 10-05-2012, 23:05:57 »
I hate Falmer though, nasty bastards.


I have a friend who is a Falmer and he is the nicest Falmer I've ever met. He asks nothing of me but is willing to lend a hand any time I need. It only cost 30 gold to have him stuffed for use as a coathanger.

Off-Topic / Re: New Forum Layout/Look
« on: 10-05-2012, 23:05:15 »
Unread threads are marked with this button, that when clicked on will take you to the first unread post.


I swear to god I have never seen those before in my life. ARE YOU A WIZARD?

Off-Topic / Re: New Forum Layout/Look
« on: 10-05-2012, 22:05:01 »
You're right Mudra, that is missing. Ive just been clicking the subforum with a gold star and looking at the author of the last post in the thread. I got used to lurking the forum without logging in from friends computers, I think. Now I am very aware of this. gaaaaahhhh I want boldy titles back. I thought that was a forum standard?

Community Polls / Re: Artillery effectiveness
« on: 10-05-2012, 22:05:02 »
Heh they wouldnt be complaining about camping if it wasnt an obvious, known location and they spawned there a few times. : P

I'm still happy with arty as it is. It has a solid kill radius, and you can adjust/walk your shots with reasonable accuracy. Any weaker would be going against one of the main ideals of FH, historical accuracy. Majority of casualties in war are from Artillery.

If anything, arty (both mortars and howizers) is not powerful enough. C'mon, the shrapnel should be lethal out to tens of metres, now it's more like you have to get almost direct hit with mortar,s and one survives even howizers and commander arty standing upright at a distance you should (and would) be perforated IRL.

The thing is a tens of meters chunk of land usually has more ground releif/clutter/previous shell holes for soldiers to dive into compared to the unforgivingly flat areas ingame. so I just imagine the lowered effective range to be taking this into account as well as the random distribution of shrapnel as you get farther away from ground zero.

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