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Last Login:11/24/2014
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#166 - That's great to hear, and I really respect your father but: … 09/27/2014 on Stop Being Poor 0
#27 - You really think an individual scratch from the animal like th…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/25/2014 on Prestige badge 0
User avatar #28 - capslockrage (09/25/2014) [-]
Ok, the cat was in an odd position and she was threatening it's balance, she had her face right next to his face when he was in an odd position.

Also if a cat is an indoor cat, it wont have any diseases because it never goes outside, which most cats are.
User avatar #29 - capslockrage (09/25/2014) [-]
Also this is a rare instance, most cat scratches are on arms or hands or legs and barely even hurt, where even a dog nip can be painful and sometimes one dog bite can tear your flesh
#25 - What has that got to do with the difference in "minor att…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/25/2014 on Prestige badge 0
User avatar #26 - capslockrage (09/25/2014) [-]
Cat scratches barely even matter.

Dogs can carry rabies, and give NASTY bites to people.

Dogs are more harmful when they attack you, therefore produce a higher threat.

Bad dogs can easily kill a child in an instant and some with no provocation, thats why they get put down, and rarely is it for no reason
#27 - Bloodgartham (09/25/2014) [-]
You really think an individual scratch from the animal like the one in the video doesn't matter when it nearly takes the eye out of its owner?

Cat bites can carry sickness too, there is a reason they say be careful to wash it properly, and make sure you distill it.

For some reason I think you think I am meaning all cats in this matter - I mean in this perticular incident, where the animal is neither frightened, unaware of its surroundings and such, and it still scratches the most sensetive and unprotected "external" part of the body.
And I have already said, yes dogs that kill or is excessively aggressive is another matter.
User avatar #28 - capslockrage (09/25/2014) [-]
Ok, the cat was in an odd position and she was threatening it's balance, she had her face right next to his face when he was in an odd position.

Also if a cat is an indoor cat, it wont have any diseases because it never goes outside, which most cats are.
User avatar #29 - capslockrage (09/25/2014) [-]
Also this is a rare instance, most cat scratches are on arms or hands or legs and barely even hurt, where even a dog nip can be painful and sometimes one dog bite can tear your flesh
#17 - Cat nearly cuts your eye out for being a bit too presistent - …  [+] (6 new replies) 09/24/2014 on Prestige badge 0
User avatar #20 - capslockrage (09/24/2014) [-]
Uhh what about the HUGE amount of dogs that bite people for no reason?

Or the dogs that actually KILL people for no reason
#25 - Bloodgartham (09/25/2014) [-]
What has that got to do with the difference in "minor attacks". Fact is a dog gets put down for the slightest thing, a cat gets away (nearly literally) with murder.

If a dog kills or causes SERIOUS harm for no reason, its a problem.
User avatar #26 - capslockrage (09/25/2014) [-]
Cat scratches barely even matter.

Dogs can carry rabies, and give NASTY bites to people.

Dogs are more harmful when they attack you, therefore produce a higher threat.

Bad dogs can easily kill a child in an instant and some with no provocation, thats why they get put down, and rarely is it for no reason
#27 - Bloodgartham (09/25/2014) [-]
You really think an individual scratch from the animal like the one in the video doesn't matter when it nearly takes the eye out of its owner?

Cat bites can carry sickness too, there is a reason they say be careful to wash it properly, and make sure you distill it.

For some reason I think you think I am meaning all cats in this matter - I mean in this perticular incident, where the animal is neither frightened, unaware of its surroundings and such, and it still scratches the most sensetive and unprotected "external" part of the body.
And I have already said, yes dogs that kill or is excessively aggressive is another matter.
User avatar #28 - capslockrage (09/25/2014) [-]
Ok, the cat was in an odd position and she was threatening it's balance, she had her face right next to his face when he was in an odd position.

Also if a cat is an indoor cat, it wont have any diseases because it never goes outside, which most cats are.
User avatar #29 - capslockrage (09/25/2014) [-]
Also this is a rare instance, most cat scratches are on arms or hands or legs and barely even hurt, where even a dog nip can be painful and sometimes one dog bite can tear your flesh
#81 - Picture 09/13/2014 on What the fuck... 0
#9 - That looks slightly more real than it should... 09/12/2014 on Not Rape. +86
#89 - Why would it be more usefull than lets say a tank? I …  [+] (4 new replies) 09/10/2014 on gundam prototype 0
User avatar #100 - gladiator (09/10/2014) [-]
because it is perfect for crowd control.

if you were to buy one it would not have real weapons, but it still is able to fire plastic BB pellets and can be outfitted to fire water bottle rockets.
User avatar #91 - shinote (09/10/2014) [-]
Smaller profile than a tank from both ground & air level.

A tank is easy to spot from say, a jet, you just look for a giant rectangle on the ground. This thing has a much different profile, and is smaller, so it would be smaller to spot from the air.

On the ground, it's smaller, and thus can maneuver into alleyways & such.

Right now it's more of a proof-of-concept rather than an actual tank replacement.

In the future however, mech-like tanks can be MUCH more versatile than tanks. Just think of a tank-like vehicle, that can walk up & down stairs, and inside buildings & such, it brings the firepower to a platform of much, much more flexibility.
User avatar #112 - lotengo (09/10/2014) [-]
>black guy robs a bank, gets shot.
>nignogs hear on the news and start to riot.
>pull out this semi-autobot.
>nignogs do what they have never done before, calm down
>not having to deal with thousands of dollars of damage
>profit
User avatar #90 - emiyashirou (09/10/2014) [-]
Cars weren't more useful than horses when they first were made. It's a step of progress.
#31 - Yes, it was. 09/10/2014 on Rumours +1
#18 - Yes that is true - not disagreeing with you when it comes to t…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/10/2014 on Rumours +3
#30 - rustmcrust (09/10/2014) [-]
Gandalf's visit to Dol Guldur is elaborated upon more in Lord of the Rings though, both in the council of Elrond and in the appendices. It's also implied during the Council of Elrond that Legolas was in mirkwood during the events of the hobbit (well, it could be interpreted that way).
#31 - Bloodgartham (09/10/2014) [-]
Yes, it was.
#15 - With all due respect to such a great book, who cares if it isn…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/10/2014 on Rumours +21
#26 - rustmcrust (09/10/2014) [-]
Yeah the point isn't wether or not it was in the book, it's wether or not it SHOULD be in the movie. In this case: fuck no

LOTR had many deviations from the book that turned out great
User avatar #16 - blokrokker (09/10/2014) [-]
Well when you watch an adaptation of a book, you expect the movie to at least make an attempt at following the events of the source material. With the romance, Azog, and Bard becoming a prominent character (in the book he was there for like, one page, and had no family), at this point you may as well say that it's "inspired by the Hobbit" rather than "based on the Hobbit".
#18 - Bloodgartham (09/10/2014) [-]
Yes that is true - not disagreeing with you when it comes to the books and inspiration, but one thing that they added that was great was the parts with Sauron.
#30 - rustmcrust (09/10/2014) [-]
Gandalf's visit to Dol Guldur is elaborated upon more in Lord of the Rings though, both in the council of Elrond and in the appendices. It's also implied during the Council of Elrond that Legolas was in mirkwood during the events of the hobbit (well, it could be interpreted that way).
#31 - Bloodgartham (09/10/2014) [-]
Yes, it was.
#13 - I thought that whole relationship was forced and not needed at all...  [+] (7 new replies) 09/10/2014 on Rumours +13
User avatar #14 - blokrokker (09/10/2014) [-]
I'm pretty certain it's also not in the book.
#15 - Bloodgartham (09/10/2014) [-]
With all due respect to such a great book, who cares if it isn't in the book:

If you watch a movie, you watch the movie, you "can't" sit picking at all the details, it's a movie not a book.
But the whole thing was just... so false and forced. And unlikely.
#26 - rustmcrust (09/10/2014) [-]
Yeah the point isn't wether or not it was in the book, it's wether or not it SHOULD be in the movie. In this case: fuck no

LOTR had many deviations from the book that turned out great
User avatar #16 - blokrokker (09/10/2014) [-]
Well when you watch an adaptation of a book, you expect the movie to at least make an attempt at following the events of the source material. With the romance, Azog, and Bard becoming a prominent character (in the book he was there for like, one page, and had no family), at this point you may as well say that it's "inspired by the Hobbit" rather than "based on the Hobbit".
#18 - Bloodgartham (09/10/2014) [-]
Yes that is true - not disagreeing with you when it comes to the books and inspiration, but one thing that they added that was great was the parts with Sauron.
#30 - rustmcrust (09/10/2014) [-]
Gandalf's visit to Dol Guldur is elaborated upon more in Lord of the Rings though, both in the council of Elrond and in the appendices. It's also implied during the Council of Elrond that Legolas was in mirkwood during the events of the hobbit (well, it could be interpreted that way).
#31 - Bloodgartham (09/10/2014) [-]
Yes, it was.
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#28 - When they killed him in the books I died a little inside... wh…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Lena Headey & Nick Offerman +11
User avatar #79 - RiflemanFunny (09/08/2014) [-]
And GOT didn't win shit at the Emmys.
#29 - Bloodgartham (09/07/2014) [-]
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#7 - I kind of liked the Halo 4 Plot, but it had to many "lore…  [+] (12 new replies) 09/06/2014 on micro$oft +26
User avatar #16 - scruffystevie (09/06/2014) [-]
The only Halo game I recall ever having boss battles was Halo 2. Halo 4 in my opinion had one of the best presented stories. But both Bungie and 343 seem to share the same problem with their stories: a majority of the series lore is explained through the books and the game expects you to know it by the time you play the game. Yet Halo 4 to me seemed to be the best presented and understandable the first time around.
Though I'll never forgive 343 for what they did to infection.
#18 - thelastelephant (09/06/2014) [-]
I respect your opinion, but I sort of disagree. I feel like the books of the original trilogy supplemented the stories told in the games but the games didn't lean on them, save for Reach.

The one aspect I did like of Halo 4's story is the whole "Who is man and who is machine?" dynamic between the Master Chief and Cortana and I so wish they'd explored that more instead of making chase an evil space gorilla.

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#25 - scruffystevie (09/06/2014) [-]
I always felt like the original trilogy was hard to understand, save for most of Halo CE. Most of the time I didn't really understand what I was doing, just that I was shooting things and following paths to shoot more things. The story took a couple of play throughs and online searches for me to understand, which I blame on Bungie's choice of pacing and word play (using large words and assuming everyone knows them as well), a similar problem I noticed in the Destiny Beta. Or maybe I'm just retarded, I dunno.
The whole story aspect involving Cortana and John was my favorite part of the story, but I really like Didact. At first glance he may seems like a generic space Hitler, yet he actually does have a lot of backstory and reasoning technically explained in the game through. The basics of his motives and backstory are explained in his introductory cutscene (Betrayed and imprisoned by his own, past humans were protected by someone called "Librarian," and the humans of the modern age are nowhere near as advanced as the ones he's faced before.) Plus his armor design is fucking badass. Assuming he survived Halo 4, I really want to see more of him in Halo 5.
User avatar #45 - snowshark (09/06/2014) [-]
Okay, I'ma let you finish but Halo:CE had one of the best game-stories of all time!

Seriously though, the original trilogy didn't hold your hand and neither did reach. They used big words because it was natural for the characters to do so. Accessibility is crucial for a story to be good, otherwise it's all greek to the reader, but the reader needs to be expected to put the effort in themselves too.

The OT had both a far simpler and far more complex plot than Halo 4. In Halo:CE it was "Where are we." followed by "We gotta blow this shit up!". Pretty simple. However the scope of the story was communicated to the player through the visuals. The only time Halo 4 did that was in the Pelican sequence when you really saw the magnificent scope of the world created and then you got out of your ultra-badass pelican to fight through corridors that all look the same over and over and over with countless illogical button objectives.

E.G: Compare:
youtu.be/fOS5KucwFTU?t=2m10s
&
youtu.be/c2ms9nO_dcg?t=20m8s

Both are gondola segments. However whilst in Halo 2 there is this massive expanse of seemingly endless nothingness all around and you know that your enemies are ahead of you and your gondola just keeps charging onwards whilst it is overrun with flood that you and your team try desperately to fight off, in Halo 4 it is a segment where you push a button, then you stop, then you go off and kill some guys so you can push the button again, then the same thing happens again and in the end you've covered about 200 meters of ground.

Halo 2 looked like shit compared to Halo 4 but Halo 4 looked like shit compared to Halo 2. Halo 2 had less resources but what they DID with them created an astonishing work of art where the atmosphere was fed by everything that was happening. There were no forced gameplay features like endless buttons and for completing that gondola you felt like a badass... Halo 4 just made you feel like you pushed a button.

Yaaaaaaaaaay.
#12 - thelastelephant (09/06/2014) [-]
I really hate how to fully understand Halo 4 you had to read the books. When I initially played the game I had no idea who the Didact was or why I was fighting him, he was basically the big baddie that the game said "Go fight him because he's evil for reasons." It made the whole campaign feel both rushed as hell and lacking.

And I can't stand the multiplayer. The unlock system is almost a carbon copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops and the whole Doritos/Mountain Dew Pay to Win deal ruined the game for me. I stayed back on Reach.
User avatar #46 - snowshark (09/06/2014) [-]
Reach? You pussy-ass noob! I bet you stayed at home suckling your little DMR and spawning with cross-mapping weaponry like a bitch! Ha! I went back to Halo 3! When men were men and sniper rifles were the bane of mankind! Where people though playing Elite made you better at Swat when really it just made you a bigger target. Where Lone Wolves was the most nerve-wracking thing you'd ever played and when the ranks meant something.

You... you with your reach. You will never be true MLG... like me! *violently masturbates to a picture of Digitalph33r riding Guitarmasterx7*
#50 - thelastelephant (09/06/2014) [-]
But at least I died like a hero.

For the record, I hated SWAT. If I wanted to die in one shot, I'd play Cockadoody Moderngayfuckstupid 2
User avatar #52 - snowshark (09/06/2014) [-]
Don't be a fucking retard! You don't die in one shot in Cockadoody Moderngayfuckstupid 2! That would make sense! No, you take several shots and then bleed from the eyes for a while before you're back up on your feet like nothing happened.

And I actually kinda enjoyed Swat. There was some measure of skill to it in Halo 3 as the headshots were harder to get and twitch-gameplay is nice every once in a while. I kicked ass at Halo 3 so I always racked up a lot of kills and it was nice to blow off steam before trying to raise my ranking through the forties on Lone Wolves. Definitely not how Halo was meant to be played but hey, neither was Demolition Derby and that gametype was hilarious!

Oh, and Fat Kid. Fucking hell those were the days. And Friday the 13th, hiding from the one, ultra-powered Zombie... shit was cash, yo.
User avatar #54 - thelastelephant (09/06/2014) [-]
The Uberzombie though was awesome. We'd stand on the edge of the dunes in Sandtrap, battle rifles raised as the zeds threw themselves at each other. Those made the best LAN parties.
User avatar #58 - snowshark (09/06/2014) [-]
Heh, or those makeshift mongoose races in Foundry which were always shite but you played them anyway because sometimes you could get off of your Mongoose at the top of ramps and cause people to fly off when they crashed into it and then hijack other peeps for the shits and giggles.
#9 - insanefreak (09/06/2014) [-]
I just finished the Forerunner trilogy, and goddamn, the Didact's got a story behind him.

Could have thrown in some more remarks about the Mantle and Ancient humans though. Or about the flood.
User avatar #43 - snowshark (09/06/2014) [-]
The Didact has got a story behind him but it's one I don't give a shit about. He's a space-racist. We've gone from genocidal cult of zealous fanatics and all-consuming force of primal consumption to... space-racist-skull-robots. The Prometheans have no personality. You shoot them and they... shoot back. No "Wort wort wort" or "WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!" or anything. They just feel too robotic... because they are... and that doesn't make for good atmosphere.

The Didact could have worked if he was played up as a fucking threat... I mean he plays the same role as Sovreign from Mass Effect. He grabs a bunch of alien zealots and uses them in combination with his own advanced human-conversion technology to fly to the home of the good-guys whereby he begins wrecking everything but luckily the hero miraculously managed to make it to the final battleground.

Only in Mass Effect we had a boss battle and Sovreign was defeated by a thousand ships blowing the shit out of him all at once. The Didact just... falls over. There's no sense of gravitas to Halo 4 and the personality of the series took a big kick to the nards as we only once got to do anything that was legitimately badass. That Pelican segment was fucking magnificent... ly short! Give me a massive halo dogfight against all odds in a gorgeous skybox to this music:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTSvi2enFYw

Give me a last stand of epic proportions like in Reach. Give me a badass warthog run through an exploding alien superweapon. Hell I'd settle for a lacklustre bossfight with Tartarus again! The fuck was that weak-ass shit?!

And that's just Halo 4 in a nutshell. Good ideas not thought through at all. Halo isn't a hyper-realistic sci-fi. It's a balls-to-the-wall FPS where you blow shit up and shoot aliens as they run in fucking fear of you! It's about curbstomping the enemy into the blacktop and every now and then there's some badass high-concept sci-fi when the rock music isn't telling you to crush skulls with your tank!
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User avatar #131 - gamerjjl (08/27/2014) [-]
Grade that you have to show to you employer for a job later in life is held back because of retards
Some teachers need to beaten and fired for this bullshit
User avatar #119 - alicorn (08/27/2014) [-]
You got a B because it "wouldn't be fair" to the fuckwits in the class

Just like those stupid ass tests they make kids take at the end of the school year, they average the scores so the dumbasses get a "fair shot" when the actual people with intelligence had to work for it
#59 - Yea... democracy. 08/26/2014 on Th...Thanks ISIS +2

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#13 - albertspeer (10/22/2014) [-]
The crunchier the biscuit, the better for the cheese.
#14 to #13 - Bloodgartham ONLINE (10/22/2014) [-]
Amen!
#12 to #11 - Bloodgartham ONLINE (06/22/2014) [-]
Holy crap you actually delivered?

How can you even be bothered with so many people requesting bread?
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