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#76 - True but don't forget that it's easy to fault them when they … 05/21/2015 on Rage comp 0
#69 - Perhaps they did but we may never know. Kinda goes back to the…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Rage comp 0
User avatar #71 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
I suppose, though the last couple years have seen my confidence in most organizations, even police, to do the right thing drop precipitously.
User avatar #76 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
True but don't forget that it's easy to fault them when they fuck up but how many people actually praise them when they do something right? Either way, it's best not to dwell on these things. Just keep them in the back of your mind and try to make a positive change when you can.
#66 - I think in this case it's more differing views on the military…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Rage comp 0
User avatar #67 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
It's hard to say what exactly happened particularly because of the poor writing of the article. I certainly hope that the relics weren't destroyed, but I get the feeling they would simply destroy anything "dangerous" ranging from the explosives, to the ammo, and even to the rifles, and possibly even the uniforms. The police isn't going to want to keep it, and transferring it to a museum is a lot of work, easier just to chuck all the stuff that didn't blow up in the incinerator.
User avatar #69 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
Perhaps they did but we may never know. Kinda goes back to the old saying "Hope for the best but expect the worst"
User avatar #71 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
I suppose, though the last couple years have seen my confidence in most organizations, even police, to do the right thing drop precipitously.
User avatar #76 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
True but don't forget that it's easy to fault them when they fuck up but how many people actually praise them when they do something right? Either way, it's best not to dwell on these things. Just keep them in the back of your mind and try to make a positive change when you can.
#63 - The keyword in your statement is "should". When the …  [+] (6 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Rage comp 0
User avatar #65 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
Which is true, though in this instance it seems we have come to different conclusions, based on differing views of the world, and the UK.
User avatar #66 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
I think in this case it's more differing views on the military. I am sure the US and UK have differing military procedures but I find it hard to believe that any military personnel would just willingly destroy a piece of war time history(unless it's Nazi related). I will say this though: If it is true that they really did destroy ALL of it then the UK is more fucked than I could have ever imagined(and yes I am aware they are mostly muslim now aloha snackbar).
User avatar #67 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
It's hard to say what exactly happened particularly because of the poor writing of the article. I certainly hope that the relics weren't destroyed, but I get the feeling they would simply destroy anything "dangerous" ranging from the explosives, to the ammo, and even to the rifles, and possibly even the uniforms. The police isn't going to want to keep it, and transferring it to a museum is a lot of work, easier just to chuck all the stuff that didn't blow up in the incinerator.
User avatar #69 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
Perhaps they did but we may never know. Kinda goes back to the old saying "Hope for the best but expect the worst"
User avatar #71 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
I suppose, though the last couple years have seen my confidence in most organizations, even police, to do the right thing drop precipitously.
User avatar #76 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
True but don't forget that it's easy to fault them when they fuck up but how many people actually praise them when they do something right? Either way, it's best not to dwell on these things. Just keep them in the back of your mind and try to make a positive change when you can.
#62 - As an American I know nothing of the countries we aren't curre… 05/21/2015 on Rage comp 0
#57 - But then there would be no controversy. Think about that recen…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Rage comp 0
User avatar #60 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
But that's the issue, you can sensationalize the headline as much as you want, since that is the part that gets the clicks on the webpage, but the content should at least include the facts. Most people out there only click on an article because of the headline, and a ton of them won't read more than a paragraph or two into the article itself.
User avatar #63 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
The keyword in your statement is "should". When the writer knows a majority of the viewers are not going to read the full article, they are not going to bother getting(or listing) all the facts. Journalism isn't what it used to be and there just aren't many trust worthy sources now-a-days. You just kind of have to come to your own conclusions and filter out the BS.
User avatar #65 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
Which is true, though in this instance it seems we have come to different conclusions, based on differing views of the world, and the UK.
User avatar #66 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
I think in this case it's more differing views on the military. I am sure the US and UK have differing military procedures but I find it hard to believe that any military personnel would just willingly destroy a piece of war time history(unless it's Nazi related). I will say this though: If it is true that they really did destroy ALL of it then the UK is more fucked than I could have ever imagined(and yes I am aware they are mostly muslim now aloha snackbar).
User avatar #67 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
It's hard to say what exactly happened particularly because of the poor writing of the article. I certainly hope that the relics weren't destroyed, but I get the feeling they would simply destroy anything "dangerous" ranging from the explosives, to the ammo, and even to the rifles, and possibly even the uniforms. The police isn't going to want to keep it, and transferring it to a museum is a lot of work, easier just to chuck all the stuff that didn't blow up in the incinerator.
User avatar #69 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
Perhaps they did but we may never know. Kinda goes back to the old saying "Hope for the best but expect the worst"
User avatar #71 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
I suppose, though the last couple years have seen my confidence in most organizations, even police, to do the right thing drop precipitously.
User avatar #76 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
True but don't forget that it's easy to fault them when they fuck up but how many people actually praise them when they do something right? Either way, it's best not to dwell on these things. Just keep them in the back of your mind and try to make a positive change when you can.
#54 - I'm not doubting that there is a lot of ****** up *…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Rage comp 0
User avatar #55 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
See you could also have a similar headline like "Shocking discovery of explosives leads to their destruction" or some such shit, without leading the reader in thinking that even the cool and harmless stuff was destroyed.
User avatar #57 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
But then there would be no controversy. Think about that recent post here on FJ about the guy who was accused of being a pedo because he took a selfie with a Darth Vader cut out near some woman's children. A site put out the womans story and got around 500k views but when putting up the withdrawal story they got only a tenth of the views. A man falsely accused of rape might draw readers like us but the original article gathered many more views because its way easier to assume the worst and just comment "men like this should be killed" rather than try to gather all the facts first. And in our case here its easier to say "fucking pigs destroyed this mans collection" even though we, as the readers, were never given a definite answer.
User avatar #60 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
But that's the issue, you can sensationalize the headline as much as you want, since that is the part that gets the clicks on the webpage, but the content should at least include the facts. Most people out there only click on an article because of the headline, and a ton of them won't read more than a paragraph or two into the article itself.
User avatar #63 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
The keyword in your statement is "should". When the writer knows a majority of the viewers are not going to read the full article, they are not going to bother getting(or listing) all the facts. Journalism isn't what it used to be and there just aren't many trust worthy sources now-a-days. You just kind of have to come to your own conclusions and filter out the BS.
User avatar #65 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
Which is true, though in this instance it seems we have come to different conclusions, based on differing views of the world, and the UK.
User avatar #66 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
I think in this case it's more differing views on the military. I am sure the US and UK have differing military procedures but I find it hard to believe that any military personnel would just willingly destroy a piece of war time history(unless it's Nazi related). I will say this though: If it is true that they really did destroy ALL of it then the UK is more fucked than I could have ever imagined(and yes I am aware they are mostly muslim now aloha snackbar).
User avatar #67 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
It's hard to say what exactly happened particularly because of the poor writing of the article. I certainly hope that the relics weren't destroyed, but I get the feeling they would simply destroy anything "dangerous" ranging from the explosives, to the ammo, and even to the rifles, and possibly even the uniforms. The police isn't going to want to keep it, and transferring it to a museum is a lot of work, easier just to chuck all the stuff that didn't blow up in the incinerator.
User avatar #69 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
Perhaps they did but we may never know. Kinda goes back to the old saying "Hope for the best but expect the worst"
User avatar #71 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
I suppose, though the last couple years have seen my confidence in most organizations, even police, to do the right thing drop precipitously.
User avatar #76 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
True but don't forget that it's easy to fault them when they fuck up but how many people actually praise them when they do something right? Either way, it's best not to dwell on these things. Just keep them in the back of your mind and try to make a positive change when you can.
#51 - News articles always blow **** up to get people to read…  [+] (12 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Rage comp 0
User avatar #52 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
See it doesn't explicitly say it was split up, though there is a chance that it was, and in the mean time you have articles like this
www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-17515992
www.thenewspaper.com/news/13/1347.asp
And the kicker
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2070562/Muslim-girl-gang-kicked-Rhea-Page-head-yelling-kill-white-slag-FREED.html
User avatar #54 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
I'm not doubting that there is a lot of fucked up shit going on in the world(look at all the recent dindu nuffins) but rather that in an article such as the one we were discussing, a few missing words can make it much more interesting and controversial. For example, how would you feel if the article read "Man has illegal munitions destroyed". In truth we probably wouldn't even be discussing it.
User avatar #55 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
See you could also have a similar headline like "Shocking discovery of explosives leads to their destruction" or some such shit, without leading the reader in thinking that even the cool and harmless stuff was destroyed.
User avatar #57 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
But then there would be no controversy. Think about that recent post here on FJ about the guy who was accused of being a pedo because he took a selfie with a Darth Vader cut out near some woman's children. A site put out the womans story and got around 500k views but when putting up the withdrawal story they got only a tenth of the views. A man falsely accused of rape might draw readers like us but the original article gathered many more views because its way easier to assume the worst and just comment "men like this should be killed" rather than try to gather all the facts first. And in our case here its easier to say "fucking pigs destroyed this mans collection" even though we, as the readers, were never given a definite answer.
User avatar #60 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
But that's the issue, you can sensationalize the headline as much as you want, since that is the part that gets the clicks on the webpage, but the content should at least include the facts. Most people out there only click on an article because of the headline, and a ton of them won't read more than a paragraph or two into the article itself.
User avatar #63 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
The keyword in your statement is "should". When the writer knows a majority of the viewers are not going to read the full article, they are not going to bother getting(or listing) all the facts. Journalism isn't what it used to be and there just aren't many trust worthy sources now-a-days. You just kind of have to come to your own conclusions and filter out the BS.
User avatar #65 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
Which is true, though in this instance it seems we have come to different conclusions, based on differing views of the world, and the UK.
User avatar #66 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
I think in this case it's more differing views on the military. I am sure the US and UK have differing military procedures but I find it hard to believe that any military personnel would just willingly destroy a piece of war time history(unless it's Nazi related). I will say this though: If it is true that they really did destroy ALL of it then the UK is more fucked than I could have ever imagined(and yes I am aware they are mostly muslim now aloha snackbar).
User avatar #67 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
It's hard to say what exactly happened particularly because of the poor writing of the article. I certainly hope that the relics weren't destroyed, but I get the feeling they would simply destroy anything "dangerous" ranging from the explosives, to the ammo, and even to the rifles, and possibly even the uniforms. The police isn't going to want to keep it, and transferring it to a museum is a lot of work, easier just to chuck all the stuff that didn't blow up in the incinerator.
User avatar #69 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
Perhaps they did but we may never know. Kinda goes back to the old saying "Hope for the best but expect the worst"
User avatar #71 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
I suppose, though the last couple years have seen my confidence in most organizations, even police, to do the right thing drop precipitously.
User avatar #76 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
True but don't forget that it's easy to fault them when they fuck up but how many people actually praise them when they do something right? Either way, it's best not to dwell on these things. Just keep them in the back of your mind and try to make a positive change when you can.
#45 - Since when did tumblr represent the world?  [+] (16 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Rage comp 0
User avatar #59 - priestoftheoldones (05/21/2015) [-]
You must not know about what Sweden has been up to. Because Sweden is worse then Tumblr.
User avatar #62 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
As an American I know nothing of the countries we aren't currently dropping bombs on. But in all seriousness I have heard some of the things going on in Sweden and it does sound fucked up. But when you think about it, with all these "progressive" countries out there you kind of have to expect a few of them to go overboard. The only thing you can hope for is that your own country can learn from their success/failure. Unless you live in Sweden, in which case it's gg until people get sick of that shit.
User avatar #47 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
I mean the actual news headlines, shit like "man arrested for revving engine in racist manner" and the like.
User avatar #51 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
News articles always blow shit up to get people to read articles, its how they stay in business. Here's another article covering the same story btw: www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2759222/Bomb-disposal-experts-descend-leafy-residential-street-report-unexploded-wartime-bomb-garage-crammed-WW2-shells-machine-guns.html

The text and accompanying pictures show the collection being split up, From here it looks like the live munition was taken to a field to be destroyed. The rest of it was probably seized and being held in a police lockup.
User avatar #52 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
See it doesn't explicitly say it was split up, though there is a chance that it was, and in the mean time you have articles like this
www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-17515992
www.thenewspaper.com/news/13/1347.asp
And the kicker
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2070562/Muslim-girl-gang-kicked-Rhea-Page-head-yelling-kill-white-slag-FREED.html
User avatar #54 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
I'm not doubting that there is a lot of fucked up shit going on in the world(look at all the recent dindu nuffins) but rather that in an article such as the one we were discussing, a few missing words can make it much more interesting and controversial. For example, how would you feel if the article read "Man has illegal munitions destroyed". In truth we probably wouldn't even be discussing it.
User avatar #55 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
See you could also have a similar headline like "Shocking discovery of explosives leads to their destruction" or some such shit, without leading the reader in thinking that even the cool and harmless stuff was destroyed.
User avatar #57 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
But then there would be no controversy. Think about that recent post here on FJ about the guy who was accused of being a pedo because he took a selfie with a Darth Vader cut out near some woman's children. A site put out the womans story and got around 500k views but when putting up the withdrawal story they got only a tenth of the views. A man falsely accused of rape might draw readers like us but the original article gathered many more views because its way easier to assume the worst and just comment "men like this should be killed" rather than try to gather all the facts first. And in our case here its easier to say "fucking pigs destroyed this mans collection" even though we, as the readers, were never given a definite answer.
User avatar #60 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
But that's the issue, you can sensationalize the headline as much as you want, since that is the part that gets the clicks on the webpage, but the content should at least include the facts. Most people out there only click on an article because of the headline, and a ton of them won't read more than a paragraph or two into the article itself.
User avatar #63 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
The keyword in your statement is "should". When the writer knows a majority of the viewers are not going to read the full article, they are not going to bother getting(or listing) all the facts. Journalism isn't what it used to be and there just aren't many trust worthy sources now-a-days. You just kind of have to come to your own conclusions and filter out the BS.
User avatar #65 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
Which is true, though in this instance it seems we have come to different conclusions, based on differing views of the world, and the UK.
User avatar #66 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
I think in this case it's more differing views on the military. I am sure the US and UK have differing military procedures but I find it hard to believe that any military personnel would just willingly destroy a piece of war time history(unless it's Nazi related). I will say this though: If it is true that they really did destroy ALL of it then the UK is more fucked than I could have ever imagined(and yes I am aware they are mostly muslim now aloha snackbar).
User avatar #67 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
It's hard to say what exactly happened particularly because of the poor writing of the article. I certainly hope that the relics weren't destroyed, but I get the feeling they would simply destroy anything "dangerous" ranging from the explosives, to the ammo, and even to the rifles, and possibly even the uniforms. The police isn't going to want to keep it, and transferring it to a museum is a lot of work, easier just to chuck all the stuff that didn't blow up in the incinerator.
User avatar #69 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
Perhaps they did but we may never know. Kinda goes back to the old saying "Hope for the best but expect the worst"
User avatar #71 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
I suppose, though the last couple years have seen my confidence in most organizations, even police, to do the right thing drop precipitously.
User avatar #76 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
True but don't forget that it's easy to fault them when they fuck up but how many people actually praise them when they do something right? Either way, it's best not to dwell on these things. Just keep them in the back of your mind and try to make a positive change when you can.
#39 - Hmmm.... I was originally upset about the first one but someth…  [+] (18 new replies) 05/21/2015 on Rage comp 0
User avatar #42 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
Have you not been paying attention to the world lately? I would be pretty sure the whole collection was toasted, because "evil white male shrine" type shit.
User avatar #45 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
Since when did tumblr represent the world?
User avatar #59 - priestoftheoldones (05/21/2015) [-]
You must not know about what Sweden has been up to. Because Sweden is worse then Tumblr.
User avatar #62 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
As an American I know nothing of the countries we aren't currently dropping bombs on. But in all seriousness I have heard some of the things going on in Sweden and it does sound fucked up. But when you think about it, with all these "progressive" countries out there you kind of have to expect a few of them to go overboard. The only thing you can hope for is that your own country can learn from their success/failure. Unless you live in Sweden, in which case it's gg until people get sick of that shit.
User avatar #47 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
I mean the actual news headlines, shit like "man arrested for revving engine in racist manner" and the like.
User avatar #51 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
News articles always blow shit up to get people to read articles, its how they stay in business. Here's another article covering the same story btw: www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2759222/Bomb-disposal-experts-descend-leafy-residential-street-report-unexploded-wartime-bomb-garage-crammed-WW2-shells-machine-guns.html

The text and accompanying pictures show the collection being split up, From here it looks like the live munition was taken to a field to be destroyed. The rest of it was probably seized and being held in a police lockup.
User avatar #52 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
See it doesn't explicitly say it was split up, though there is a chance that it was, and in the mean time you have articles like this
www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-17515992
www.thenewspaper.com/news/13/1347.asp
And the kicker
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2070562/Muslim-girl-gang-kicked-Rhea-Page-head-yelling-kill-white-slag-FREED.html
User avatar #54 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
I'm not doubting that there is a lot of fucked up shit going on in the world(look at all the recent dindu nuffins) but rather that in an article such as the one we were discussing, a few missing words can make it much more interesting and controversial. For example, how would you feel if the article read "Man has illegal munitions destroyed". In truth we probably wouldn't even be discussing it.
User avatar #55 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
See you could also have a similar headline like "Shocking discovery of explosives leads to their destruction" or some such shit, without leading the reader in thinking that even the cool and harmless stuff was destroyed.
User avatar #57 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
But then there would be no controversy. Think about that recent post here on FJ about the guy who was accused of being a pedo because he took a selfie with a Darth Vader cut out near some woman's children. A site put out the womans story and got around 500k views but when putting up the withdrawal story they got only a tenth of the views. A man falsely accused of rape might draw readers like us but the original article gathered many more views because its way easier to assume the worst and just comment "men like this should be killed" rather than try to gather all the facts first. And in our case here its easier to say "fucking pigs destroyed this mans collection" even though we, as the readers, were never given a definite answer.
User avatar #60 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
But that's the issue, you can sensationalize the headline as much as you want, since that is the part that gets the clicks on the webpage, but the content should at least include the facts. Most people out there only click on an article because of the headline, and a ton of them won't read more than a paragraph or two into the article itself.
User avatar #63 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
The keyword in your statement is "should". When the writer knows a majority of the viewers are not going to read the full article, they are not going to bother getting(or listing) all the facts. Journalism isn't what it used to be and there just aren't many trust worthy sources now-a-days. You just kind of have to come to your own conclusions and filter out the BS.
User avatar #65 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
Which is true, though in this instance it seems we have come to different conclusions, based on differing views of the world, and the UK.
User avatar #66 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
I think in this case it's more differing views on the military. I am sure the US and UK have differing military procedures but I find it hard to believe that any military personnel would just willingly destroy a piece of war time history(unless it's Nazi related). I will say this though: If it is true that they really did destroy ALL of it then the UK is more fucked than I could have ever imagined(and yes I am aware they are mostly muslim now aloha snackbar).
User avatar #67 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
It's hard to say what exactly happened particularly because of the poor writing of the article. I certainly hope that the relics weren't destroyed, but I get the feeling they would simply destroy anything "dangerous" ranging from the explosives, to the ammo, and even to the rifles, and possibly even the uniforms. The police isn't going to want to keep it, and transferring it to a museum is a lot of work, easier just to chuck all the stuff that didn't blow up in the incinerator.
User avatar #69 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
Perhaps they did but we may never know. Kinda goes back to the old saying "Hope for the best but expect the worst"
User avatar #71 - icedmantwo (05/21/2015) [-]
I suppose, though the last couple years have seen my confidence in most organizations, even police, to do the right thing drop precipitously.
User avatar #76 - coolgate (05/21/2015) [-]
True but don't forget that it's easy to fault them when they fuck up but how many people actually praise them when they do something right? Either way, it's best not to dwell on these things. Just keep them in the back of your mind and try to make a positive change when you can.
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User avatar #28 - sillymoose (10/06/2012) [-]
Get on teamspeak negro.
User avatar #29 to #28 - coolgate (10/06/2012) [-]
ight, I'll be on in 10. Have to clean off my desk real quick
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User avatar #26 - irwincardozo (10/05/2012) [-]
thanks man
User avatar #27 to #26 - coolgate (10/05/2012) [-]
No problem, thanks for the sword!
User avatar #20 - irwincardozo (10/05/2012) [-]
demigod summoning scroll and radioactive key for trade?
User avatar #21 to #20 - coolgate (10/05/2012) [-]
I might be willing to trade the key, let me know what you have in mind
User avatar #22 to #21 - irwincardozo (10/05/2012) [-]
look at my stuff and tell me what you need mister
User avatar #23 to #22 - coolgate (10/05/2012) [-]
not really sure what its worth to ya, but if you wanna make an offer of a few items i don't have I'd probably consider it
User avatar #24 to #23 - irwincardozo (10/05/2012) [-]
actually i just realised i have 3 chests and 3 keys haha
User avatar #25 to #24 - coolgate (10/05/2012) [-]
lol i was wondering about that
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dude thanks you're awesome
User avatar #17 to #16 - coolgate (10/03/2012) [-]
no problem
User avatar #11 - pandacub (10/02/2012) [-]
hey man, are the RITs up for trade? :)
User avatar #12 to #11 - coolgate (10/02/2012) [-]
not quite yet, wanna build up a bigger pile
User avatar #13 to #12 - pandacub (10/02/2012) [-]
how big are you going? o_O
User avatar #14 to #13 - coolgate (10/02/2012) [-]
probably up to 1000 or so again
User avatar #7 - zalex (10/01/2012) [-]
I will give you anything for a mecha chest
User avatar #10 to #7 - coolgate (10/01/2012) [-]
sorry, someone was in the process of trading it
User avatar #6 - khl (10/01/2012) [-]
Do you see anything from my items what you want for the mecha chest ?
User avatar #8 to #6 - coolgate (10/01/2012) [-]
i'd probably straight up trade you for a yellow pony hoof
User avatar #9 to #8 - khl (10/01/2012) [-]
deal, i'll send the trade
User avatar #5 - diddymonster (09/30/2012) [-]
i'm interested in the torso
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