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#17 - He explicitly states he doesn't support what Valve is doing th…  [+] (1 reply) 04/25/2015 on British butcher slaughters... +3
#18 - gnawfulevil (04/25/2015) [-]

Forgot to add this it's his video on the matter for anyone interested
#87 - Implicating that Euro users don't **** talk the U.S. constantl…  [+] (2 replies) 06/21/2014 on (untitled) 0
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#148 - yunoknow (06/21/2014) [-]
why are you trying to turn this into a whole other topic? it is simply impossible to start a balanced debate about gun control on this site without hearing "oh knives are dangerous too, let's ban all knives" and Americans quoting the second amendment like the bible.
#162 - gnawfulevil (06/22/2014) [-]
Wasn't altering the topic, was pointing out the fact that both sides are flinging shit. The reason the second amendment and firearms is such a volatile subject on the internet is because, at least in the U.S. it's always being talked about. Literally every other night is some dispute about it and for the most part people have picked their side and are tired of hearing about it. That doesn't justify hostile action against you or anyone who wants to evenly discuss it but it needs to be understood it's an old, and honestly tiresome discussion to have. I like my guns, that's my stance, my neighbor hates me guns, that's cool whatevs. You don't like our gun laws, that's cool. The problem is the subject is volatile by nature and will always evoke hostility towards those that feel exceptionally strong about it. But fuck it, I'm sure this will get down voted and all that good shit but hey whatever I'm done ranting in a incoherent fashion.
#40 - I'm sorry did you just indicate 2142 wasn't good? That's heres…  [+] (2 replies) 06/11/2014 on How Hardline was born. +1
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#73 - thebobinito (06/11/2014) [-]
2142 was terrible, they tried something new and it didn't go as well as other Battlefield games have and that's why they didn't make another like it.
#74 - gnawfulevil (06/11/2014) [-]
Alright, you're free to your opinions but thus far you've claimed several Battlefield games are terrible without backing up why they are bad to you. On top of that you've stated that Battlefield 3 is a copy of bf2, which I'd disagree on entirely, considering the reworking of of gun play and complete change on how vehicles function between the two. As for the comment regarding 2142 it was successful, and they made a pretty penny off of it, just they put it on the back burner to allow for a cult following of it to occur considering it's style isn't what people normally want, essentially free hyping of the game as it ages. Also by your logic Battlefield Vietnam that came out prior to BF2 was a great game but Bad Company was only "okay"? Vietnam was a great game on it's own but I don't think it actually has a higher status over the Bad Company games.
#33 - Normally, it's American's who disregard the customs of other c…  [+] (1 reply) 06/06/2014 on /k/ takes to the streets 0
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#36 - bucketofhurt (06/06/2014) [-]
Although I agree with my fellow Norwegian that your civilian weapon restrictions are too relaxed; I'm not blind to the fact that a .50 browning is not the kind of weapon you'd like to use for unlawful acts... It's for instance quite difficult to conceal under your jacket and it is most definitely linked to your name. Small arms are much better for that purpose, both here and there.

What my fellow brother does not understand is that you can still do mass murder with totally legal weapons and break world records..... like what happened on Utoya.
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