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#192866 - How lovely. 08/01/2015 on Advice - love advice,... +1
#9 - The Old One calls... 08/01/2015 on Death is coming to reap our... 0
#30 - There can be plenty of motivations, not all of them are just c…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/01/2015 on Bad Luck +5
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#63 - THISISNOTFUNNY (08/01/2015) [-]
Or some people have 1 million souls and are still 10 minutes from the next bondfire.
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#46 - desacabose (08/01/2015) [-]
I suppose there's a point in time where you have to realise the dude ninja rolling in Smoughs armor at the Undead Parish may not be legit
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#75 - mommamadeira (08/02/2015) [-]
#25 - The problem was that it COULD have been illegal. If the firear…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/31/2015 on Sovereign Citizen comp -1
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#179 - Airmanator (08/01/2015) [-]
If he's within his rights, he's within his rights -- the cop overreacted and proceeded to embarrass himself over a semi-automatic .22 chambered MP5 type weapon. I don't open carry but I fully support those who do.
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#38 - kyoutu (08/01/2015) [-]
If I'm smoking a roll up there is a chance it could be cannabis which is illegal.
I don't expect to be stopped every time I'm out on a walk smoking.
#12 - Glitches are part of the game? Know what else is? Quitting. Th…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/31/2015 on Bad Luck +8
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#26 - mommamadeira (08/01/2015) [-]
The thing is though that those are NPCs. I kinda agree with you depending on the situation, but in this situation he deserved it for not using a halberd with a good straight attack to take down the foe that backstabbed him, and he definitely deserved the death for cheating to avoid consequences for his mistake.

Just like most bellbros are actually cool around 1mil SL, they like proper duels, bow, fight, win with skill and shit. Then of course there's always the ones who gang up on your, who twink someone with a crypt greatsword hexxer that got handed down already +5Dark at 200lSM range, and so on.

TL;DR This dude deserved it for the actions he took and mistakes he made. But not all players are like that.
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#67 - mortolife (08/01/2015) [-]
He deserved to die because he wasn't using the weapon you thought he should use? You are aware of the game he's playing right?
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#69 - mommamadeira (08/01/2015) [-]
He deserved to die because he didn't use his weapon at all. That's the gargoyles halberd he's using, which has a straight down attack as its primary attack which is the no. 1 best attack to use in such a situation, he didn't use it and instead tried to skip an NPC, and since I'm aware of what game he's playing I'm aware that counting any little npc out can lead to an untimely death.
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#70 - mortolife (08/01/2015) [-]
So it's not the weapon he's using that means he deserved it, it's the fact that he doesn't play the game the same way as you, got it.
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#71 - mommamadeira (08/01/2015) [-]
It's the fact that he tried to skip an easy enemy that can be killed in one or two shots on a dangerous thin walkway that made him deserved to get backstabbed, but that's not the point. The point is he tried to weasel out of the consequences on his actions by quitting like casual scum, and deserved the death after the fog gate.

Git gud or get rekt.
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#73 - mortolife (08/02/2015) [-]
He's trying to bypass easy enemies, literally everyone does that in some areas because it's faster. And how is he to blame for the game's shitty hitboxes? That plunging backstab was nowhere near him but it still hit him. If he didn't think he deserved it then what's the harm in cheesing through bad programming? It's not like it was an invader and he disconnected, that shit is scummy. Again, you can try to rationalize it but what you're saying comes down to you not liking how someone else plays the game. I do the same shit, I hate on magic users but I don't call them shit or to Git gud.
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#74 - mommamadeira (08/02/2015) [-]
He put himself in the middle of a shitty situation with shitty reasoning as to what he should do, which was completely avoidable by less than 5 seconds of combat, then tried to cheat his way out by taking advantage of lapses in the programming, and got exactly what he deserved in a timely fashion.
#17 - I didn't enjoy Dark Souls much. Honestly, it doesn't feel like… 07/31/2015 on Video games 0
#4 - Clint is a terrible name anyways  [+] (1 new reply) 07/31/2015 on East is East +1
#5 - zingzang (07/31/2015) [-]
Get off my fucking lawn.
#55 - What is this from?  [+] (1 new reply) 07/31/2015 on Sakura Clicker 0
#56 - whitepyros (07/31/2015) [-]
prison school
#19 - The funny thing is, if they made her fat with a deep voice, th… 07/31/2015 on That dude with Over the... +27
#44 - So you take back your first comment? How is depth pra…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/31/2015 on Staying Home Sick +1
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#47 - rainbowrush (07/31/2015) [-]
I have never taken back my first comment. If education is your goal, school is not where you first want to look. I am also talking about how it is now, you've focused a lot on the past, and I've also brought it up, as contrast.

This should go without saying, but obviously it doesn't. Teaching in-depth has a lot of advantages such as, but not limited to:
Learning how to go deeper into different subjects
Being more valuable than several subjects just quickly covered, especially in work
More easily memorable, as opposed to something you have for 1 hour and then never again
Learning ways to perceive
A lot of the benefits depend on what subject it is. In history you'll learn more sides to an event, for instance (but muh patriotism)

Already mentioned

Chose one at random. Knock yourself out: www.livescience.com/3822-homework-test-scores.html
The demoralization works AGAINST self-education habits. Most of this should be pretty self explanatory. A lot of work at home is just bad. Some work at home is more uncertain. I, personally, am for some work at home.

You've put plenty of words in my mouths, none of my statements contradict eachother.

My first comment was not very clear, which is obviously my fault. However, by using basic reasoning skills (not taught in schools) it is easy to read what message I was trying to send.

Do you become educated by the act, or lack of, of not going to school? Obviously not. No way I would implicate that in any way. So let's look at the comment one more time. "If you want education you shouldn't go to school." Not a very good sentence is it, but not too hard to understand. We know that it isn't implying that you get an education simply by not going to school. We also know the context, that it was preciously implied that school was important for education. Can you write a better, more clear sentence with this in mind?

Can't really look down on people who read my comment out of context and gets it wrong, as bad as I wrote it. Everyone else...
#52 - aheael (07/31/2015) [-]
plus mate, this is factual denial. It's pretty obvious to see the conflict in the person's thought process. Facts vs belief, data shows more people hold their beliefs & opinions even stronger.

dunno what ur gonna get goin on bout it here, u is more smart than u is educated
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#67 - factual (08/01/2015) [-]
it's a fact
#51 - aheael (07/31/2015) [-]
u make sense takeme thumbs fgt