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#476 - I like CoD. I HATE CoD fanboys. If you buy it every year, its …  [+] (6 new replies) 11/14/2012 on Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. +2
User avatar #521 - Crusader (11/14/2012) [-]
Not really.
Well, the fact that it generally has the same play style and general weapon stats is the same.
But that can be said for Halo, if you jump around with a pistol in halo 3 you probably did it in Reach.
User avatar #530 - thamuz (11/14/2012) [-]
...ive been running around with the Magnum/Assault Rifle(BR Halo 2 on) since Halo CE...
User avatar #487 - goodguygary (11/14/2012) [-]
except zombie mode, which is why i bought black ops 1 (won't get 2 til next year)
#484 - evantheboss (11/14/2012) [-]
Black ops 2 actually is way different so....
#494 - GodOfGodz (11/14/2012) [-]
It has the same graphics, and same shooting mechanics. Honestly zombies and Campaign are the only different things, and I dont care about the campaign.
#499 - evantheboss (11/14/2012) [-]
The create a class is different, ans the multiplayer maps seem like they have had a lot more effort put into them with all of their complex terrains. The campaign is epic also
#471 - Its not really yearly, because they alternate developers, so i… 11/14/2012 on Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. 0
#1 - The feels that would have been felt if the deer died are unimaginable. 11/11/2012 on Pheasant Hunters Save Deer... 0
#189 - The number they say doesn't account for those that "Are n… 11/08/2012 on MFW Election ended 0
#172 - BTW, the unemployment rate is around 11.4%. Don't believe ever…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/08/2012 on MFW Election ended -1
#179 - blahdudeblah (11/08/2012) [-]
So because an independent group that neither party has ANY control over, which has been trusted to calculate the unemployment rate sense the Regan years has to be lying because... of the media.

Cause that makes total sense.
#189 - GodOfGodz (11/08/2012) [-]
The number they say doesn't account for those that "Are not in the labor force". You know, the people that are no longer eligible for unemployment benefits.
#170 - In what part of my comment did I say Bush didn't screw us? A…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/08/2012 on MFW Election ended -1
#183 - blahdudeblah (11/08/2012) [-]
and lets see.. worse than four years ago....

The American Auto Industry is going strong because of Obama, where as it was on its last legs before he helped them out (the "bail out money" has almost all been paid back, with interest), and most of the debt Obama built up was because we still have soldiers stationed in Afghanistan and had them in Iraq.
#178 - blahdudeblah (11/08/2012) [-]
Ok, but get this...

in order to keep our economy going, money has to flow. More correctly, flow into the hands of the middle class (the driving force of the economy).


Besides, Mitt's plan (what little he released) was a sure shot to adding at least 2.6 trillion dollars and setting us back to 2025 to balance the budget.

Oh, and every single one of his economic advisers was one of Bush's.

herp da derp!
#156 - Obama already did **** us over. He nearly doubled…  [+] (7 new replies) 11/08/2012 on MFW Election ended +2
#163 - blahdudeblah (11/08/2012) [-]
Bush puts us 11 trillion dollars in debt, killing the largest surplus this nation HAS EVER HAD in the process through tax cuts to the super rich and unfunded wars.

Obama spends 3 trillion dollars keeping this country from hitting another great depression, repeals don't ask don't tell, gets us out of Iraq, has us on the path to being out of Afghanistan, restored our image abroad (from being a bunch of dumb-asses who elected Bush to actually having brains).

Got the unemployment rate under 8%

housing market is doing better (because people have jobs to buy houses with)

The US auto industry is alive and well because of Obama and has paid off almost all of the "bail out" money, plus interest.

Millions still have homes because of Obama.

on the road to balancing the budget by 2018 (Romney claimed 2025, but gave no info on how he was going to do that other than giving money to the rich and the military).

Um.... yeah, how did he screw us over? I think you're thinking about Bush. You know, hundreds of billions of dollars in surplus, gone in three years, 11 trillion in debt built up in another five....

Yeah, who screwed us over?
#172 - GodOfGodz (11/08/2012) [-]
BTW, the unemployment rate is around 11.4%. Don't believe everything the media says.
#179 - blahdudeblah (11/08/2012) [-]
So because an independent group that neither party has ANY control over, which has been trusted to calculate the unemployment rate sense the Regan years has to be lying because... of the media.

Cause that makes total sense.
#189 - GodOfGodz (11/08/2012) [-]
The number they say doesn't account for those that "Are not in the labor force". You know, the people that are no longer eligible for unemployment benefits.
#170 - GodOfGodz (11/08/2012) [-]
In what part of my comment did I say Bush didn't screw us? All I said was that Obama did too, and he's far from the great president people make him out to be. He's a glorified piece of shit. He adds to the national debt, and people like you just don't care. The bottom line is, that Bush is no longer in office. Obama said if he couldn't get the country on a good track in 4 years, we shouldn't elect him for a second term. Well guess what? He made the country WORSE in 4 years? Why is he still in office, if what he's doing clearly is not working out? Millions still have homes because of Obama? Millions are also on welfare because of him, and I don't know about you, but I'm sick of my tax dollars going to some perfectly able degenerate. Here in NY, I see shameless people on welfare, with food stamps, and no job driving escalades, wearing $200 shoes, and walking around with the newest phones, when my family can barely get by. How is that even remotely fair? These people abuse the system, and its sickening. I come a family where we work for what we have, we don't let the government hand us everything.

The way our nations going though, soon my family will be under too. Guess I better get in line for my "Obama phone" and welfare check, right?
#183 - blahdudeblah (11/08/2012) [-]
and lets see.. worse than four years ago....

The American Auto Industry is going strong because of Obama, where as it was on its last legs before he helped them out (the "bail out money" has almost all been paid back, with interest), and most of the debt Obama built up was because we still have soldiers stationed in Afghanistan and had them in Iraq.
#178 - blahdudeblah (11/08/2012) [-]
Ok, but get this...

in order to keep our economy going, money has to flow. More correctly, flow into the hands of the middle class (the driving force of the economy).


Besides, Mitt's plan (what little he released) was a sure shot to adding at least 2.6 trillion dollars and setting us back to 2025 to balance the budget.

Oh, and every single one of his economic advisers was one of Bush's.

herp da derp!
#122 - I wish we had an election where we couldn't physically see the…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/08/2012 on Black people -1
#154 - domefige (11/08/2012) [-]
The Voice: Election Edition
#118 - God I ******* hate this woman. I'm not saying it …  [+] (1 new reply) 11/08/2012 on Black people 0
#169 - caplocker (11/08/2012) [-]
We should require a god damn IQ test to vote.
#127 - What in Davy Jones’ locker did ye just bark at me, ye scurvy… 11/07/2012 on Every Democrat Today +9
#126 - What is the origin of that thing anyway? It's hilarious. The &… 11/07/2012 on Every Democrat Today +1
#119 - God I love the internet. 11/07/2012 on Every Democrat Today +6
#116 - You're a dirty communist. 11/07/2012 on Every Democrat Today +11
#115 - One of my friend made a status "OBAAAAMMMAAA!!!! The STRU…  [+] (9 new replies) 11/07/2012 on Every Democrat Today +20
User avatar #225 - Pikachuuu (11/08/2012) [-]
Well, he did promise Russia that during his second term he'll have "more flexibility".... wonder that means, I guess we'll soon find out.
#135 - anonymous (11/07/2012) [-]
second term presidents tend to take more risks in terms of controversial policies , wars etc. since they don't need to worry about being re-elected
User avatar #131 - vilememory (11/07/2012) [-]
Obama trying to do things and the republicans throwing a huge temper tantrum stopping anything from happening? Even things that they wanted to? Responding to any attempt at working together by cutting off the offered hand? As they don't want to work with the democrats, they want them all dead. The entire political party dead, their families dead and their supporters dead.
User avatar #140 - Marker, master of the jews (11/07/2012) [-]
Think about it this way. Over the past two years, the House has done everything they could to try and make Obama look bad, as to try and make him lose in 2012 ("Our top priority is to deny President Obama a second term" -- Mitch McConnell). Now, Obama's in his second term. He won't be running in 2016, he has nothing to lose. Maybe that means the idiots in the House will actually start to try and cooperate.
#149 - magneticmonopole (11/08/2012) [-]
Careful you seem to be referring to logic when talking about politics.
User avatar #150 - Marker, master of the jews (11/08/2012) [-]
Yeah, I tend to do that..... I should really stop.
#132 - anonymous (11/07/2012) [-]
I guess the republican party really forced his hand to sign the NDAA?
User avatar #134 - vilememory (11/07/2012) [-]
That was more of a a political move, they changed it that bill slightly to appease some of his concerns but still if he didn't they would have bashed him on it. It was a lose lose situation.
User avatar #133 - Marker, master of the jews (11/07/2012) [-]
Any president would have signed the NDAA. And contrary to what people claim, it does not let any officer arrest you and put you in jail without due process. The NDAA is made for people who have been proven Al'Quaeda, Taliban, Hammas, and similar groups supporters.
#321 - Wasn't NY actually close this year? I thought it was 51%/47%..… 11/07/2012 on The election in a nutshell 0
#320 - Indeed. 97% of blacks voted for Obama. And I thought whites we… 11/07/2012 on The election in a nutshell +2
#317 - As a republican that wanted Bush to win in 2000... I agree, th… 11/07/2012 on The election in a nutshell 0
#369 - My biggest problem is that with the two party system, people f… 11/07/2012 on Bam Suck It 0
#364 - Umm.... we didn't run for president...? 11/07/2012 on Bam Suck It 0
#363 - You got it from the dinner thing... still funny. 11/07/2012 on Bam Suck It 0
#122 - Face-wise this is my fave, but as for words, I like the "… 11/06/2012 on Bad Troll Face Comp 0
#94 - **GodOfGodz rolls 0** I will shove this up the ass of all my foes!  [+] (1 new reply) 11/06/2012 on Kill it with fire +22
User avatar #96 - josiethegamer (11/06/2012) [-]
the roll gods are kind to you
#447 - Probably not. Its a money machine for Ubisoft. In AC3, Shaun m…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/06/2012 on Muskets how do they work +1
User avatar #448 - brayburn (11/06/2012) [-]
Probably their biggest money maker. Just hope it doesn't go the way of COD.
But yeah that's true. They might go with whoever the protagonist is in the PS Vita version.

I'd love to see one in Victorian Britain or in Greece during the golden age of Athens.
#443 - I just think the ending was way too vague. Not really worth 5 games...  [+] (3 new replies) 11/06/2012 on Muskets how do they work +1
User avatar #444 - brayburn (11/06/2012) [-]
I doubt AC3 will be the last one though
#447 - GodOfGodz (11/06/2012) [-]
Probably not. Its a money machine for Ubisoft. In AC3, Shaun mentions wanting to "Turn the dial back" to the first civilization. Personally, i want to see something in China, Feudal Japan, or even WW1 (Guns might be a problem though.). But there is still the problem (*SPOILER*) of needing a new protagonist now that Desmond is dead. I'm sure Ubi will figure it all out in time for AC's yearly release.
User avatar #448 - brayburn (11/06/2012) [-]
Probably their biggest money maker. Just hope it doesn't go the way of COD.
But yeah that's true. They might go with whoever the protagonist is in the PS Vita version.

I'd love to see one in Victorian Britain or in Greece during the golden age of Athens.
#441 - Hopefully they do. The hood is one of the signatures of the AC…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/06/2012 on Muskets how do they work +1
User avatar #442 - brayburn (11/06/2012) [-]
Yeah, that'd be sweet!
But chances are if they do it'll be in some DLC or some bolloks.

I dunno, probably not. People didn't seem as upset by the AC3 ending as Mass Effect.
#443 - GodOfGodz (11/06/2012) [-]
I just think the ending was way too vague. Not really worth 5 games...
User avatar #444 - brayburn (11/06/2012) [-]
I doubt AC3 will be the last one though
#447 - GodOfGodz (11/06/2012) [-]
Probably not. Its a money machine for Ubisoft. In AC3, Shaun mentions wanting to "Turn the dial back" to the first civilization. Personally, i want to see something in China, Feudal Japan, or even WW1 (Guns might be a problem though.). But there is still the problem (*SPOILER*) of needing a new protagonist now that Desmond is dead. I'm sure Ubi will figure it all out in time for AC's yearly release.
User avatar #448 - brayburn (11/06/2012) [-]
Probably their biggest money maker. Just hope it doesn't go the way of COD.
But yeah that's true. They might go with whoever the protagonist is in the PS Vita version.

I'd love to see one in Victorian Britain or in Greece during the golden age of Athens.
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User avatar #1 - GabeAsher (05/07/2013) [-]
hey man, I was just wondering, since you dont play items anymore, is it cool if I get yours? :)

I understand if you say no, just figured I would ask :P
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