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#89 - I know what you mean, I have a few friends that used to watch …  [+] (7 new replies) 04/23/2014 on Gunny Dont give a f*** 0
User avatar #90 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Well, you don't have to stop watching something just because on one factor, if you like it, you like it, not much you can do about that.
Its not really a justification though, its the same as explaining why you like anything, be it a tv show, a drink/food, music, whatever, you explain the qualities of it which make it enjoyable for yourself.
User avatar #91 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
I'm just saying that's a direct impression I get when people bring these points up as why they enjoy the show.
It seems like they feel they need to have an intelectual/adult reason to watch it when really they like watching ponies do stupid shit and singing songs.
User avatar #92 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
I think it ties in more with the social stigma though... People say they like it and the other person then forgets that there are certain stimuli which make people enjoy something because of the social expectations which are used to predict something.
If someone told me they listen to Dubstep, Rock, Rap, whatever, I would just accept it and move on. If someone told me they like watching Supernatural, Dexter, The Big Bang Theory or whatever, I can would just accept that and move on. But when someone tells you they enjoy something which doesn't register to you as something that is considered common/normal of your expectations you require some explanation, at which point they remind you of all the points (story, characters ect ect) that make something enjoyable.
User avatar #93 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
I getcha.

Nonetheless, adults seem to enjoy the show more than it's target audience. That's why it's considered so strange. Then it escalated and the internet made it a big thing.
I'll accept that there may be some parts that are aimed at an older audience but the fact remains that the main target is little girls.
User avatar #95 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Of course, but many things branch out of their target audience, Pokémon would be a good example, in fact many computer games would fit into this category. Heck the adoration to Spongebob is still alive and well in many people yet it is directed at young children.

I think what the main issue is is the internet culture is starting to become less and less hidden. A lot of people, not everyone but a lot of people had that guilty pleasure they liked but wouldn't speak about it to people they knew personally and just enjoyed it in their own time.
These were not entirely unique and a lot of people around the globe had the same, the internet brought them all together where they can all discuss it and share whatever the created about it.
As the internet culture becomes more and more understood and used, it starts to leak out into society, so people who once kept all their not so socially common enjoyments behind closed doors, now see that all around the world many people have the same interests and therefore are willing to be more open about it.
Society just hasn't quite caught up that people like different things, sometimes small differences, sometimes significant.
User avatar #96 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
How is Pokemon a good example? Or Spongebob?
Neither have any appeal to an adult, or rather, to a mature audience.
Spongebob maaaybe sometimes, but it just gets annoying.
Only reason anyone other than children have any liking for them is because they watched them as children.
Games are different though, most games are aimed at an audience based on genre as opposed to age.



Hmmm, fair point. I find it more to be that things tend to escalate to quickly on the internet and just reach ridiculous proportions. Then there are people that think that that is acceptable in society.
User avatar #99 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
By good example, I mean things which are targeted at children but have a older fan base. I know plenty of people who did not watch/play them as a child but liked them as an adult. People don't grow up, they just learn how to act in public I'm quoting that from someone forget who As for games I was going for a bit of a stretch on that one, but there are plenty of childish looking casual games which were intended for children that older audiences will play.

I think the reason for their escalation on the internet is purely based on the way it works. In real life, if you like something everyone would find weird you (normally) keep quiet about it and it just stays as it is, whereas on the internet you can go to places where you are literally surrounded by people who like it to with no one there to provide a counter point, and those that do are branded as trolls and are simply ignored, thus the thing which brings it down to a normal level is gone and it goes out of control very quickly.

Compare it to something that'd be perceived as normal, say watching the TV show The Mentalist, you'd discuss it with friends and perhaps one of them doesn't like the show, it either then becomes a discussion as to why and both sides expand their ideas and have different perspectives, or for the sake of a friendly atmosphere you find a different common ground.
On the Internet this doesn't exist, it has specific areas for specific interests and so no middle ground is ever found and it is free to just grow and grow.
#426 - If you're still hiring: I've been here some time, pea… 04/23/2014 on Apply for modship here +1
#25 - Sounds pretty gay to me 04/23/2014 on He wouldn't have made it to... 0
#87 - True enough. Tbh, the main reason is that adults, adu…  [+] (9 new replies) 04/23/2014 on Gunny Dont give a f*** 0
User avatar #88 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Well its just unusual because that's the way society went with its specifying of what each sex can/should enjoy. Whereas if you were to completely remove that from it and break it down on show qualities alone it wouldn't be perceived as weird, as a lot of people who just enjoy the show and don't go down the weird parts all comment on its writing and characters ect ect.
User avatar #89 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
I know what you mean, I have a few friends that used to watch it and they'd always bring these points up.
Feels like they're trying to justify themselves though.
There are so many shows in existence that you could easily find one with the same qualities without the ponies and yet they choose the ponies.
User avatar #90 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Well, you don't have to stop watching something just because on one factor, if you like it, you like it, not much you can do about that.
Its not really a justification though, its the same as explaining why you like anything, be it a tv show, a drink/food, music, whatever, you explain the qualities of it which make it enjoyable for yourself.
User avatar #91 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
I'm just saying that's a direct impression I get when people bring these points up as why they enjoy the show.
It seems like they feel they need to have an intelectual/adult reason to watch it when really they like watching ponies do stupid shit and singing songs.
User avatar #92 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
I think it ties in more with the social stigma though... People say they like it and the other person then forgets that there are certain stimuli which make people enjoy something because of the social expectations which are used to predict something.
If someone told me they listen to Dubstep, Rock, Rap, whatever, I would just accept it and move on. If someone told me they like watching Supernatural, Dexter, The Big Bang Theory or whatever, I can would just accept that and move on. But when someone tells you they enjoy something which doesn't register to you as something that is considered common/normal of your expectations you require some explanation, at which point they remind you of all the points (story, characters ect ect) that make something enjoyable.
User avatar #93 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
I getcha.

Nonetheless, adults seem to enjoy the show more than it's target audience. That's why it's considered so strange. Then it escalated and the internet made it a big thing.
I'll accept that there may be some parts that are aimed at an older audience but the fact remains that the main target is little girls.
User avatar #95 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Of course, but many things branch out of their target audience, Pokémon would be a good example, in fact many computer games would fit into this category. Heck the adoration to Spongebob is still alive and well in many people yet it is directed at young children.

I think what the main issue is is the internet culture is starting to become less and less hidden. A lot of people, not everyone but a lot of people had that guilty pleasure they liked but wouldn't speak about it to people they knew personally and just enjoyed it in their own time.
These were not entirely unique and a lot of people around the globe had the same, the internet brought them all together where they can all discuss it and share whatever the created about it.
As the internet culture becomes more and more understood and used, it starts to leak out into society, so people who once kept all their not so socially common enjoyments behind closed doors, now see that all around the world many people have the same interests and therefore are willing to be more open about it.
Society just hasn't quite caught up that people like different things, sometimes small differences, sometimes significant.
User avatar #96 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
How is Pokemon a good example? Or Spongebob?
Neither have any appeal to an adult, or rather, to a mature audience.
Spongebob maaaybe sometimes, but it just gets annoying.
Only reason anyone other than children have any liking for them is because they watched them as children.
Games are different though, most games are aimed at an audience based on genre as opposed to age.



Hmmm, fair point. I find it more to be that things tend to escalate to quickly on the internet and just reach ridiculous proportions. Then there are people that think that that is acceptable in society.
User avatar #99 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
By good example, I mean things which are targeted at children but have a older fan base. I know plenty of people who did not watch/play them as a child but liked them as an adult. People don't grow up, they just learn how to act in public I'm quoting that from someone forget who As for games I was going for a bit of a stretch on that one, but there are plenty of childish looking casual games which were intended for children that older audiences will play.

I think the reason for their escalation on the internet is purely based on the way it works. In real life, if you like something everyone would find weird you (normally) keep quiet about it and it just stays as it is, whereas on the internet you can go to places where you are literally surrounded by people who like it to with no one there to provide a counter point, and those that do are branded as trolls and are simply ignored, thus the thing which brings it down to a normal level is gone and it goes out of control very quickly.

Compare it to something that'd be perceived as normal, say watching the TV show The Mentalist, you'd discuss it with friends and perhaps one of them doesn't like the show, it either then becomes a discussion as to why and both sides expand their ideas and have different perspectives, or for the sake of a friendly atmosphere you find a different common ground.
On the Internet this doesn't exist, it has specific areas for specific interests and so no middle ground is ever found and it is free to just grow and grow.
#85 - Some do, most don't really. I have 4 younger siblings so I…  [+] (11 new replies) 04/23/2014 on Gunny Dont give a f*** 0
User avatar #86 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
It would of had to come from somewhere though, if it was just a few autistic kids who got into it, it'd of been shrugged at, maybe mocked a little then swept away and ignored like most internet things, yet something sparked it off, therefore there must be something within it beyond the little kid aspect that makes it appeasing.
User avatar #87 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
True enough.

Tbh, the main reason is that adults, adult men really, getting more excited about magical little ponies than little girls is always gonna be weird.
User avatar #88 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Well its just unusual because that's the way society went with its specifying of what each sex can/should enjoy. Whereas if you were to completely remove that from it and break it down on show qualities alone it wouldn't be perceived as weird, as a lot of people who just enjoy the show and don't go down the weird parts all comment on its writing and characters ect ect.
User avatar #89 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
I know what you mean, I have a few friends that used to watch it and they'd always bring these points up.
Feels like they're trying to justify themselves though.
There are so many shows in existence that you could easily find one with the same qualities without the ponies and yet they choose the ponies.
User avatar #90 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Well, you don't have to stop watching something just because on one factor, if you like it, you like it, not much you can do about that.
Its not really a justification though, its the same as explaining why you like anything, be it a tv show, a drink/food, music, whatever, you explain the qualities of it which make it enjoyable for yourself.
User avatar #91 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
I'm just saying that's a direct impression I get when people bring these points up as why they enjoy the show.
It seems like they feel they need to have an intelectual/adult reason to watch it when really they like watching ponies do stupid shit and singing songs.
User avatar #92 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
I think it ties in more with the social stigma though... People say they like it and the other person then forgets that there are certain stimuli which make people enjoy something because of the social expectations which are used to predict something.
If someone told me they listen to Dubstep, Rock, Rap, whatever, I would just accept it and move on. If someone told me they like watching Supernatural, Dexter, The Big Bang Theory or whatever, I can would just accept that and move on. But when someone tells you they enjoy something which doesn't register to you as something that is considered common/normal of your expectations you require some explanation, at which point they remind you of all the points (story, characters ect ect) that make something enjoyable.
User avatar #93 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
I getcha.

Nonetheless, adults seem to enjoy the show more than it's target audience. That's why it's considered so strange. Then it escalated and the internet made it a big thing.
I'll accept that there may be some parts that are aimed at an older audience but the fact remains that the main target is little girls.
User avatar #95 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Of course, but many things branch out of their target audience, Pokémon would be a good example, in fact many computer games would fit into this category. Heck the adoration to Spongebob is still alive and well in many people yet it is directed at young children.

I think what the main issue is is the internet culture is starting to become less and less hidden. A lot of people, not everyone but a lot of people had that guilty pleasure they liked but wouldn't speak about it to people they knew personally and just enjoyed it in their own time.
These were not entirely unique and a lot of people around the globe had the same, the internet brought them all together where they can all discuss it and share whatever the created about it.
As the internet culture becomes more and more understood and used, it starts to leak out into society, so people who once kept all their not so socially common enjoyments behind closed doors, now see that all around the world many people have the same interests and therefore are willing to be more open about it.
Society just hasn't quite caught up that people like different things, sometimes small differences, sometimes significant.
User avatar #96 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
How is Pokemon a good example? Or Spongebob?
Neither have any appeal to an adult, or rather, to a mature audience.
Spongebob maaaybe sometimes, but it just gets annoying.
Only reason anyone other than children have any liking for them is because they watched them as children.
Games are different though, most games are aimed at an audience based on genre as opposed to age.



Hmmm, fair point. I find it more to be that things tend to escalate to quickly on the internet and just reach ridiculous proportions. Then there are people that think that that is acceptable in society.
User avatar #99 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
By good example, I mean things which are targeted at children but have a older fan base. I know plenty of people who did not watch/play them as a child but liked them as an adult. People don't grow up, they just learn how to act in public I'm quoting that from someone forget who As for games I was going for a bit of a stretch on that one, but there are plenty of childish looking casual games which were intended for children that older audiences will play.

I think the reason for their escalation on the internet is purely based on the way it works. In real life, if you like something everyone would find weird you (normally) keep quiet about it and it just stays as it is, whereas on the internet you can go to places where you are literally surrounded by people who like it to with no one there to provide a counter point, and those that do are branded as trolls and are simply ignored, thus the thing which brings it down to a normal level is gone and it goes out of control very quickly.

Compare it to something that'd be perceived as normal, say watching the TV show The Mentalist, you'd discuss it with friends and perhaps one of them doesn't like the show, it either then becomes a discussion as to why and both sides expand their ideas and have different perspectives, or for the sake of a friendly atmosphere you find a different common ground.
On the Internet this doesn't exist, it has specific areas for specific interests and so no middle ground is ever found and it is free to just grow and grow.
#100 - Oh right, cheers again. One more question... does it suppo…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/23/2014 on Amazing chest ahead 0
#101 - blancka (04/23/2014) [-]
Yep it supports controllers, and it's much better. Mouse/keyboard controls are awful due to how the game is set up, even with different bindings a controller is a much better option.
#98 - Hmmm, maybe I got a bad impression. Enough people certainly li…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/23/2014 on Amazing chest ahead 0
#99 - blancka (04/23/2014) [-]
Yeah, the PC optimization is pretty bad, but most of that can be fixed with DSfix.
User avatar #100 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
Oh right, cheers again.
One more question... does it support controllers on PC and if so would that be better?
#101 - blancka (04/23/2014) [-]
Yep it supports controllers, and it's much better. Mouse/keyboard controls are awful due to how the game is set up, even with different bindings a controller is a much better option.
#80 - Disney films are intentionally made with adult audiences, not …  [+] (13 new replies) 04/23/2014 on Gunny Dont give a f*** +2
User avatar #82 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Kids cartoons, including MLP is also made knowing that parents will likely (not always but sometimes) be watching along side their kids to. Just think of all the classic cartoons with all the jokes we didn't understand but do now as they were directed to the parents.
User avatar #85 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
Some do, most don't really.
I have 4 younger siblings so I've seen a lot of kids shows and can safely say that it's only a rare few that actually do this, at least these days.
And I simply wouldn't include MLP in that list. They may have started to do so, but that was AFTER the whole bronie thing developed.
User avatar #86 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
It would of had to come from somewhere though, if it was just a few autistic kids who got into it, it'd of been shrugged at, maybe mocked a little then swept away and ignored like most internet things, yet something sparked it off, therefore there must be something within it beyond the little kid aspect that makes it appeasing.
User avatar #87 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
True enough.

Tbh, the main reason is that adults, adult men really, getting more excited about magical little ponies than little girls is always gonna be weird.
User avatar #88 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Well its just unusual because that's the way society went with its specifying of what each sex can/should enjoy. Whereas if you were to completely remove that from it and break it down on show qualities alone it wouldn't be perceived as weird, as a lot of people who just enjoy the show and don't go down the weird parts all comment on its writing and characters ect ect.
User avatar #89 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
I know what you mean, I have a few friends that used to watch it and they'd always bring these points up.
Feels like they're trying to justify themselves though.
There are so many shows in existence that you could easily find one with the same qualities without the ponies and yet they choose the ponies.
User avatar #90 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Well, you don't have to stop watching something just because on one factor, if you like it, you like it, not much you can do about that.
Its not really a justification though, its the same as explaining why you like anything, be it a tv show, a drink/food, music, whatever, you explain the qualities of it which make it enjoyable for yourself.
User avatar #91 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
I'm just saying that's a direct impression I get when people bring these points up as why they enjoy the show.
It seems like they feel they need to have an intelectual/adult reason to watch it when really they like watching ponies do stupid shit and singing songs.
User avatar #92 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
I think it ties in more with the social stigma though... People say they like it and the other person then forgets that there are certain stimuli which make people enjoy something because of the social expectations which are used to predict something.
If someone told me they listen to Dubstep, Rock, Rap, whatever, I would just accept it and move on. If someone told me they like watching Supernatural, Dexter, The Big Bang Theory or whatever, I can would just accept that and move on. But when someone tells you they enjoy something which doesn't register to you as something that is considered common/normal of your expectations you require some explanation, at which point they remind you of all the points (story, characters ect ect) that make something enjoyable.
User avatar #93 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
I getcha.

Nonetheless, adults seem to enjoy the show more than it's target audience. That's why it's considered so strange. Then it escalated and the internet made it a big thing.
I'll accept that there may be some parts that are aimed at an older audience but the fact remains that the main target is little girls.
User avatar #95 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
Of course, but many things branch out of their target audience, Pokémon would be a good example, in fact many computer games would fit into this category. Heck the adoration to Spongebob is still alive and well in many people yet it is directed at young children.

I think what the main issue is is the internet culture is starting to become less and less hidden. A lot of people, not everyone but a lot of people had that guilty pleasure they liked but wouldn't speak about it to people they knew personally and just enjoyed it in their own time.
These were not entirely unique and a lot of people around the globe had the same, the internet brought them all together where they can all discuss it and share whatever the created about it.
As the internet culture becomes more and more understood and used, it starts to leak out into society, so people who once kept all their not so socially common enjoyments behind closed doors, now see that all around the world many people have the same interests and therefore are willing to be more open about it.
Society just hasn't quite caught up that people like different things, sometimes small differences, sometimes significant.
User avatar #96 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
How is Pokemon a good example? Or Spongebob?
Neither have any appeal to an adult, or rather, to a mature audience.
Spongebob maaaybe sometimes, but it just gets annoying.
Only reason anyone other than children have any liking for them is because they watched them as children.
Games are different though, most games are aimed at an audience based on genre as opposed to age.



Hmmm, fair point. I find it more to be that things tend to escalate to quickly on the internet and just reach ridiculous proportions. Then there are people that think that that is acceptable in society.
User avatar #99 - shinigamigod (04/23/2014) [-]
By good example, I mean things which are targeted at children but have a older fan base. I know plenty of people who did not watch/play them as a child but liked them as an adult. People don't grow up, they just learn how to act in public I'm quoting that from someone forget who As for games I was going for a bit of a stretch on that one, but there are plenty of childish looking casual games which were intended for children that older audiences will play.

I think the reason for their escalation on the internet is purely based on the way it works. In real life, if you like something everyone would find weird you (normally) keep quiet about it and it just stays as it is, whereas on the internet you can go to places where you are literally surrounded by people who like it to with no one there to provide a counter point, and those that do are branded as trolls and are simply ignored, thus the thing which brings it down to a normal level is gone and it goes out of control very quickly.

Compare it to something that'd be perceived as normal, say watching the TV show The Mentalist, you'd discuss it with friends and perhaps one of them doesn't like the show, it either then becomes a discussion as to why and both sides expand their ideas and have different perspectives, or for the sake of a friendly atmosphere you find a different common ground.
On the Internet this doesn't exist, it has specific areas for specific interests and so no middle ground is ever found and it is free to just grow and grow.
#94 - The atmosphere of the first was nice, but the gameplay... it j…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/23/2014 on Amazing chest ahead 0
#95 - blancka (04/23/2014) [-]
See that's where you went wrong. You don't need to grind in dark sous. In fact, it's pretty worthless due to how much more souls you get going from area to area. an hour of grinding in one place might be 15 minutes or regular play in the next. Plus levels are pretty unsubstantial, aside from requirements to use your gear. Most players tend to pretty much only use bosses to level up past their first or second run.

The only thing you really need to do is upgrade your weapon, but you should get enough items to do that naturally by playing, without the need for grinding really
User avatar #98 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
Hmmm, maybe I got a bad impression. Enough people certainly like it that I feel I missed something.
It might just be it's not a game for me though.

I did play it on PC, would the poor optimization have been a factor do you think?

Might give it another try.
Cheers for the input.
#99 - blancka (04/23/2014) [-]
Yeah, the PC optimization is pretty bad, but most of that can be fixed with DSfix.
User avatar #100 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
Oh right, cheers again.
One more question... does it support controllers on PC and if so would that be better?
#101 - blancka (04/23/2014) [-]
Yep it supports controllers, and it's much better. Mouse/keyboard controls are awful due to how the game is set up, even with different bindings a controller is a much better option.
#90 - Everyone seems to agree with you, shame. Was hoping the se…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/23/2014 on Amazing chest ahead 0
#93 - blancka (04/23/2014) [-]
The second one just kind of feels too much like a generic game. The gameplay is there for the most part, but it lacks most of what made DS1 special. The atmosphere isn't there, the difficulty isn't there very often, the lore isn't there, the connected world isn't there.

It's a good game, but if you didn't like the first one it really won't change your opinion on the series.
User avatar #94 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
The atmosphere of the first was nice, but the gameplay... it just felt like the biggest grind-fest ever.
#95 - blancka (04/23/2014) [-]
See that's where you went wrong. You don't need to grind in dark sous. In fact, it's pretty worthless due to how much more souls you get going from area to area. an hour of grinding in one place might be 15 minutes or regular play in the next. Plus levels are pretty unsubstantial, aside from requirements to use your gear. Most players tend to pretty much only use bosses to level up past their first or second run.

The only thing you really need to do is upgrade your weapon, but you should get enough items to do that naturally by playing, without the need for grinding really
User avatar #98 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
Hmmm, maybe I got a bad impression. Enough people certainly like it that I feel I missed something.
It might just be it's not a game for me though.

I did play it on PC, would the poor optimization have been a factor do you think?

Might give it another try.
Cheers for the input.
#99 - blancka (04/23/2014) [-]
Yeah, the PC optimization is pretty bad, but most of that can be fixed with DSfix.
User avatar #100 - RealRune (04/23/2014) [-]
Oh right, cheers again.
One more question... does it support controllers on PC and if so would that be better?
#101 - blancka (04/23/2014) [-]
Yep it supports controllers, and it's much better. Mouse/keyboard controls are awful due to how the game is set up, even with different bindings a controller is a much better option.
#101 - Yeah, as far as we know, though their range is **** .  [+] (1 new reply) 04/22/2014 on North korea pics I guess... 0
User avatar #106 - felixjarl (04/22/2014) [-]
Be carefull with what you say here.


600 kilometers is not exactly shit.
#38 - My thoughts precisely. 04/21/2014 on True Facts 0
#56 - Interesting, maybe. Better written my ass. 04/21/2014 on My Favorite Cousin +5
#55 - Don't watch the series, but in the books this is so obvious th… 04/21/2014 on My Favorite Cousin 0
#191 - I find her to be a lot more attractive with the white hair. Do… 04/21/2014 on Dayum Tywin 0
#114 - Well I haven't heard that in a while. 04/21/2014 on i wish i was there 0
#96 - They're basically more expensive versions of things that alrea…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/21/2014 on iPhone +4
User avatar #99 - markipliergame (04/21/2014) [-]
Just saying, App Store also seems to have a lot better apps on the app store. that's an opinion, not a fact
#70 - Context? 04/21/2014 on AnalThrasher69 +1
#120 - I went to bed. Yeah, that's better 04/21/2014 on The Origins 0
#47 - I agree entirely on what you say about scientific reasoning. …  [+] (2 new replies) 04/21/2014 on The Origins +1
User avatar #51 - noblexfenrir (04/21/2014) [-]
Hm, I keep having to refine my meaning, but that's a good thing though. I do agree with you to a degree, faith and science by themselves can be mutually exclusive, but it doesn't last long.

Does it make more sense if I put it: Conclusions of reality based on faith are not in adherence to the scientific process?
User avatar #120 - RealRune (04/21/2014) [-]
I went to bed.

Yeah, that's better
#42 - Oooh, a fancy response. I'm too tired to give you a f…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/21/2014 on The Origins 0
User avatar #44 - noblexfenrir (04/21/2014) [-]
"I was basically saying that a hypothesis remains until proven or is disproved. I took what you were saying to be that if no proof is found for it then it is automatically disproved. "

Well technically yes. Reason is as I stated, you cannot "prove a negative" in the same fashion as gaining evidence for the affirmative. (Do you take pictures of big foot NOT being there? Show his foot prints NOT in the ground? Etc.) So when a hypothesis is made, it is done so with us already defaulting to non-existence.

What I'm proposing is: The evidence does not support (insert entity here) therefor I do not believe the claim of it's existence. Defaulting to non-existence due to lack of evidence.

This is different than: I am claiming god does not exist. (This in itself would require evidence. Much stronger evidence than the affirmative in my opinion, since making such a claim would require omniscience to prove that the entity could never exist.)

"My point with modern gods was that they exist in such a fashion that they cannot be disproved while still being usable as a deity due to the way that the whole faith deal works."

Which is fine, I mean it means nothing to science since if you don't have evidence then it could care less how you feel or what faith you have in your claim. I guess that would be my original intention, not necessarily god contradicting science, it's faith that contradicts it.
User avatar #47 - RealRune (04/21/2014) [-]
I agree entirely on what you say about scientific reasoning.

It's just the idea of faith contradicting science that I don't like. That implies a direct opposition to me. Whereas I would say that faith more ignores science than anything, which isn't quite the same.
A contradiction would occur if some part of the faith was disproved via scientific method.
Other-wise faith operates on the basis that no proof or reason is needed and so science is rather irrelevant. Faith may not be scientifically correct but I don't consider it to contradict science as such.

If ya get me?

Personally the whole idea of blind-faith and such seems a bit stupid to me, but each to his own.
User avatar #51 - noblexfenrir (04/21/2014) [-]
Hm, I keep having to refine my meaning, but that's a good thing though. I do agree with you to a degree, faith and science by themselves can be mutually exclusive, but it doesn't last long.

Does it make more sense if I put it: Conclusions of reality based on faith are not in adherence to the scientific process?
User avatar #120 - RealRune (04/21/2014) [-]
I went to bed.

Yeah, that's better
#38 - There are hardly an creationist Christians any more. Even …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/21/2014 on The Origins 0
User avatar #81 - goldenglimmer (04/21/2014) [-]
"Even bloody Catholics"?

The Catholic church is the most lenient of all the churches when it comes to science, and is the LEAST adamant about holding on to old convictions. In fact, the Church is known for producing theologians/scholars who adore science and the empirical method. It's been an academic contributor for over a thousand years, and has accepted and incorporated any worldly knowledge that can be empirically proven. Bonus fact: the big bang theory was first postulated by a Catholic priest.

I have not once in my lifetime met a Catholic who believes in the creationist theory. I have, however, met a multitude of farmland Protestants who do.
#37 - Science doesn't work that way though. It's not a matter of…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/21/2014 on The Origins +1
User avatar #39 - noblexfenrir (04/21/2014) [-]
"It's not a matter of "there is no proof hence it isn't reality""
Never said it was, it's a process of attaining knowledge and the application of knowledge, if we have no proof we aren't saying it doesn't exist, we are saying we cannot prove it does exist. Concerning the existence of a specific entity, if we cannot prove it to exist, we default to it not existing. (This position of non-existence is finite, as in it can be overturned when more information comes into light.)

"anything is a possibility unless something can factually disprove it."
That is not how science works and not how we as humans determine reality. You do not disprove a hypothesis, you prove it. The only way to provide evidence for a negative is to provide evidence against those for the affirmative. If the affirmative has no evidence, it can be dismissed with no evidence.

"Which is why modern religions have conveniently difficult-to-disprove Gods that operate in realms beyond our comprehension."
If they are beyond our realm of comprehension then any argument in favor of the gods existence is found on the same incomprehensible grounds. Science is how we determine reality, if god is outside the realm of science, then he cannot be proven through our reality.

User avatar #42 - RealRune (04/21/2014) [-]
Oooh, a fancy response.

I'm too tired to give you a fancy one back.

I was basically saying that a hypothesis remains until proven or is disproved. I took what you were saying to be that if no proof is found for it then it is automatically disproved.

My point with modern gods was that they exist in such a fashion that they cannot be disproved while still being usable as a deity due to the way that the whole faith deal works. Hell, some people even say that if a god could be proved then you couldn't have faith in it. Which strikes me as a silly thing to argue but hey-ho.
User avatar #44 - noblexfenrir (04/21/2014) [-]
"I was basically saying that a hypothesis remains until proven or is disproved. I took what you were saying to be that if no proof is found for it then it is automatically disproved. "

Well technically yes. Reason is as I stated, you cannot "prove a negative" in the same fashion as gaining evidence for the affirmative. (Do you take pictures of big foot NOT being there? Show his foot prints NOT in the ground? Etc.) So when a hypothesis is made, it is done so with us already defaulting to non-existence.

What I'm proposing is: The evidence does not support (insert entity here) therefor I do not believe the claim of it's existence. Defaulting to non-existence due to lack of evidence.

This is different than: I am claiming god does not exist. (This in itself would require evidence. Much stronger evidence than the affirmative in my opinion, since making such a claim would require omniscience to prove that the entity could never exist.)

"My point with modern gods was that they exist in such a fashion that they cannot be disproved while still being usable as a deity due to the way that the whole faith deal works."

Which is fine, I mean it means nothing to science since if you don't have evidence then it could care less how you feel or what faith you have in your claim. I guess that would be my original intention, not necessarily god contradicting science, it's faith that contradicts it.
User avatar #47 - RealRune (04/21/2014) [-]
I agree entirely on what you say about scientific reasoning.

It's just the idea of faith contradicting science that I don't like. That implies a direct opposition to me. Whereas I would say that faith more ignores science than anything, which isn't quite the same.
A contradiction would occur if some part of the faith was disproved via scientific method.
Other-wise faith operates on the basis that no proof or reason is needed and so science is rather irrelevant. Faith may not be scientifically correct but I don't consider it to contradict science as such.

If ya get me?

Personally the whole idea of blind-faith and such seems a bit stupid to me, but each to his own.
User avatar #51 - noblexfenrir (04/21/2014) [-]
Hm, I keep having to refine my meaning, but that's a good thing though. I do agree with you to a degree, faith and science by themselves can be mutually exclusive, but it doesn't last long.

Does it make more sense if I put it: Conclusions of reality based on faith are not in adherence to the scientific process?
User avatar #120 - RealRune (04/21/2014) [-]
I went to bed.

Yeah, that's better
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#178 - tridaak (08/21/2014) [-]
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User avatar #173 - nippuhl (07/11/2013) [-]
can o pleas buy dragon
ovrpaying many
User avatar #174 to #173 - nippuhl (07/11/2013) [-]
realrune help
User avatar #171 - nippuhl (06/28/2013) [-]
pls sell dragon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
User avatar #172 to #171 - nippuhl (06/28/2013) [-]
i'll offer a super fab!!!!!!!!!!
User avatar #170 - rototheta (05/15/2013) [-]
aw come on man, i really need that item
User avatar #165 - rototheta (05/14/2013) [-]
hi, i wanted to ask if i could buy your dragon
its one of the last items i really want and it would mean a lot to me if i could buy it
User avatar #166 to #165 - RealRune (05/15/2013) [-]
Sorry, no can do.
It's my most valued item, after all it did poop the first and second ever dragon poops
User avatar #167 to #166 - rototheta (05/15/2013) [-]
i have really a lot of items to trade and saved up nearly 300k rits to buy it. i already tried every other user with a dragon i know but nobody wants to sell it. i went back to the 5th of december 2012 if the items board to find you, i would do anything for it!
User avatar #168 to #167 - RealRune (05/15/2013) [-]
Nah mate, sorry.
The description is old, I barely go on items any more.
The dragon is my one real achievement.
That was one hell of an offer though.
User avatar #169 to #168 - rototheta (05/15/2013) [-]
please, youre my only chance to ever get it
and especially if you dont go on items anymore, it would be great if it would be given in circulation again :/
#160 - pidgeyownzu (03/09/2013) [-]
what for your fj badges lvl 1 ?
User avatar #161 to #160 - RealRune (03/09/2013) [-]
I haven't been on items properly for ages so I can't really evaluate them properly.
User avatar #149 - jorgethemaster (01/17/2013) [-]
thank you so much

It was the last one i needed
User avatar #150 to #149 - RealRune (01/17/2013) [-]
You asked nicely.
Plus I don't really do items anymore, just hop on and grab stuff when I'm bored.
User avatar #151 to #150 - jorgethemaster (01/17/2013) [-]
(:

And Thats good. I cant seem to quit this D:
User avatar #152 to #151 - RealRune (01/17/2013) [-]
I was the same.
I've got exams and stuff, plus I sorta dropped it a bit around christmas.
Checked back after, new items all up in this so I just though " **** it".
May make a triumphant return one day, just you wait :P
User avatar #153 to #152 - jorgethemaster (01/17/2013) [-]
I have a hard semester in fab-june so i may take a month break.

And i wish luck in your exams friend. (:
User avatar #154 to #153 - RealRune (01/17/2013) [-]
Oh, all right.
I have some then too.

Thanks, good luck with items :P
User avatar #155 to #154 - jorgethemaster (01/17/2013) [-]
Thankyou(:
#147 - strongslotmachine (01/09/2013) [-]
Sorry for the wait.
Had school and someone got me proxy banned today
User avatar #148 to #147 - RealRune (01/10/2013) [-]
I don't mind, I barely come on items at the moment.
User avatar #144 - abcz (12/18/2012) [-]
you selling coal?
User avatar #145 to #144 - RealRune (12/18/2012) [-]
Not really. Sorry.
User avatar #146 to #145 - abcz (12/18/2012) [-]
how could you do dis faggot, i hope you die by 70 feet of cock rammed up your ass.... nah it's alright i just gotta collect more
User avatar #142 - abcz (12/06/2012) [-]
happy b-day faggot
User avatar #141 - hellspawner (12/06/2012) [-]
Happy birthday man. I'll gift you something if i remember when i get home.
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User avatar #137 - devold (12/06/2012) [-]
anything you would take for the dragon?
User avatar #138 to #137 - capslockrage (12/06/2012) [-]
no offense lol, but you can barely afford it
User avatar #139 to #138 - devold (12/06/2012) [-]
depends on the seller
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User avatar #136 to #135 - RealRune (12/05/2012) [-]
Ah, well good luck :D
I'll keep that in mind. Most people are pissy about it.
Personally I have a separate account for my collection.
User avatar #128 - fantasticmrneko (12/05/2012) [-]
are you selling coal?
User avatar #130 to #128 - RealRune (12/05/2012) [-]
Will part with a bit, but I won't be generous.
User avatar #131 to #130 - fantasticmrneko (12/05/2012) [-]
whats the runic ratio?
User avatar #132 to #131 - RealRune (12/05/2012) [-]
You'll love this.
1:1
User avatar #133 to #132 - fantasticmrneko (12/05/2012) [-]
lol its better to just pick up coal then
User avatar #134 to #133 - RealRune (12/05/2012) [-]
Yup xD
User avatar #126 - ZakuMagician (12/05/2012) [-]
When did that dragon drop?
User avatar #127 to #126 - RealRune (12/05/2012) [-]
3 hours ago
User avatar #124 - devold (12/05/2012) [-]
Is there anything i can offer you for your dragon?
User avatar #125 to #124 - RealRune (12/05/2012) [-]
Nope
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