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#43 - Germany is best waifu  [+] (2 new replies) 07/04/2014 on World Cup Anime waifu +36
#104 - friedgreenpomatoes (07/04/2014) [-]
germany is indeed best waifu
User avatar #215 - harbingerwolf (07/04/2014) [-]
Asuka is best germany.
#45 - >english subtitles Why don't they have the dub up? 06/29/2014 on revy has some great lines 0
#411 - Wikipedia just ambiguously states that the Halo IP would remai…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/29/2014 on E3 2014 0
User avatar #412 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
you may be right i am really drunk and felt like arguen. shit .... no you are right. apologies
#408 - Because Microsoft bought the rights to the games prior to publ…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/29/2014 on E3 2014 0
User avatar #410 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
microsoft owned exclusive rights when bungie worked for them not ip. ip was given after bungie left.
User avatar #409 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
wrong full ownership of ip was not given to microsoft until after bungie went independent. hell that shit is even on the wiki about that shit. where the hell you getting your info?
User avatar #411 - nathanbiggs (06/29/2014) [-]
Wikipedia just ambiguously states that the Halo IP would remain Microsoft's after Bungie went independent, no mention about when they acquired the IP. Both Halopedia and Halo Nation state that "On October 5, 2007, Bungie and Microsoft announced an end to their partnership, effectively making Bungie an independent company once again, now titled Bungie LLC (limited liability corporation). The Halo Intellectual Property (IP) remains with Microsoft." Meaning that the owner of the IP was Microsoft prior to Bungie's announcement of the fact that they were going independent. Circling back to the original point, it still wouldn't be Bungie that would give the "okay" to make the MC collection. That would be Microsoft's call, and that's not debatable.
User avatar #412 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
you may be right i am really drunk and felt like arguen. shit .... no you are right. apologies
#406 - Nice backtracking, m8. I never said anything to the contrary of that  [+] (7 new replies) 06/28/2014 on E3 2014 0
User avatar #407 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
then how doesn't bungie own the original 3 games. explain that to me.
User avatar #408 - nathanbiggs (06/29/2014) [-]
Because Microsoft bought the rights to the games prior to publishing them. This has been common knowledge for a while. Microsoft bought the IP from Bungie prior to CE and contracted Bungie to make 5 games, that contract ending after the release of Halo: Reach.
User avatar #410 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
microsoft owned exclusive rights when bungie worked for them not ip. ip was given after bungie left.
User avatar #409 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
wrong full ownership of ip was not given to microsoft until after bungie went independent. hell that shit is even on the wiki about that shit. where the hell you getting your info?
User avatar #411 - nathanbiggs (06/29/2014) [-]
Wikipedia just ambiguously states that the Halo IP would remain Microsoft's after Bungie went independent, no mention about when they acquired the IP. Both Halopedia and Halo Nation state that "On October 5, 2007, Bungie and Microsoft announced an end to their partnership, effectively making Bungie an independent company once again, now titled Bungie LLC (limited liability corporation). The Halo Intellectual Property (IP) remains with Microsoft." Meaning that the owner of the IP was Microsoft prior to Bungie's announcement of the fact that they were going independent. Circling back to the original point, it still wouldn't be Bungie that would give the "okay" to make the MC collection. That would be Microsoft's call, and that's not debatable.
User avatar #412 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
you may be right i am really drunk and felt like arguen. shit .... no you are right. apologies
#403 - >ok let me explain you something. the team that made halo 1…  [+] (10 new replies) 06/28/2014 on E3 2014 0
User avatar #405 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
when microsoft bought them out it was literally a contract fucking deal arsewipe. it was a deal to make this game for them as bungie/ microsoft ip. activision was originally trying to get their hands on this shit, but failed because bungie saw them as a shovel ware company. at the time xbox was considered a serious gaming device concept.
User avatar #404 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
bungie announced fucking halo: combat evolved in 1999 for pc and mac. microsoft baught them after being interested in their project. like i said learn your shit.
User avatar #406 - nathanbiggs (06/28/2014) [-]
Nice backtracking, m8. I never said anything to the contrary of that
User avatar #407 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
then how doesn't bungie own the original 3 games. explain that to me.
User avatar #408 - nathanbiggs (06/29/2014) [-]
Because Microsoft bought the rights to the games prior to publishing them. This has been common knowledge for a while. Microsoft bought the IP from Bungie prior to CE and contracted Bungie to make 5 games, that contract ending after the release of Halo: Reach.
User avatar #410 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
microsoft owned exclusive rights when bungie worked for them not ip. ip was given after bungie left.
User avatar #409 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
wrong full ownership of ip was not given to microsoft until after bungie went independent. hell that shit is even on the wiki about that shit. where the hell you getting your info?
User avatar #411 - nathanbiggs (06/29/2014) [-]
Wikipedia just ambiguously states that the Halo IP would remain Microsoft's after Bungie went independent, no mention about when they acquired the IP. Both Halopedia and Halo Nation state that "On October 5, 2007, Bungie and Microsoft announced an end to their partnership, effectively making Bungie an independent company once again, now titled Bungie LLC (limited liability corporation). The Halo Intellectual Property (IP) remains with Microsoft." Meaning that the owner of the IP was Microsoft prior to Bungie's announcement of the fact that they were going independent. Circling back to the original point, it still wouldn't be Bungie that would give the "okay" to make the MC collection. That would be Microsoft's call, and that's not debatable.
User avatar #412 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
you may be right i am really drunk and felt like arguen. shit .... no you are right. apologies
#401 - Halo has not been Bungie's IP for over a decade. When Microso…  [+] (12 new replies) 06/28/2014 on E3 2014 0
User avatar #402 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
ok let me explain you something. the team that made halo 1 "bungie team" still has rights to halo 1-3 a company cannot just buy a name and say here is your 2$ fuck off. no they have to pay the original owner a percentage. yes bungie sold their ip to microsoft. after halo 3 which is when bungie stopped making halo. the ip was sold. microsoft acquired bungie in 2000. however the original 3 belong to bungie. there is a exclusive offer to microsoft for these games however. which means bungie still own the rights to these games. after halo 3 bungie broke off from microsoft giving the rights to the name halo, but not the original 3. those are microsoft and bungie owned. l2read buisness section of your newspaper. i know what the hell i am talking about. this means halo1, halo2, halo wars, and halo 3 cannot be touched without the consent of both microsoft and bungie. the rights to games afterwards belong to whoever are making the current shitty games and microsoft. unless they were contracted by microsoft to dish out shovel ware. which they are by microsoft who was given rights to make new halo games by bungie.
User avatar #403 - nathanbiggs (06/28/2014) [-]
>ok let me explain you something. the team that made halo 1 "bungie team" still has rights to halo 1-3 a company cannot just buy a name and say here is your 2$ fuck off.
The original acquisition of Bungie included Microsoft buying the Halo IP from Bungie, do I need to be more clear about this. Bungie. Does. Not. Own. The. Halo. IP.

> after halo 3 which is when bungie stopped making halo. the ip was sold. microsoft
Microsoft acquired Halo in 2000 when they bought Bungie, plus Bungie didn't stop making Halo until after Reach. Two entire games later.

>however the original 3 belong to bungie
They never belonged to Bungie, each one was published by and owned by Microsoft. Bungie just made them, the same way 343i just makes them.

>after halo 3 bungie broke off from microsoft giving the rights to the name halo, but not the original 3.
You just keep proving that you are ignorant of the situation. Bungie broke off from Microsoft and stopped making Halo games after Halo:Reach, not Halo 3.

> i know what the hell i am talking about.
top lel

>this means halo1, halo2, halo wars, and halo 3 cannot be touched without the consent of both microsoft and bungie
Halo Wars wasn't even made by Bungie.

User avatar #405 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
when microsoft bought them out it was literally a contract fucking deal arsewipe. it was a deal to make this game for them as bungie/ microsoft ip. activision was originally trying to get their hands on this shit, but failed because bungie saw them as a shovel ware company. at the time xbox was considered a serious gaming device concept.
User avatar #404 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
bungie announced fucking halo: combat evolved in 1999 for pc and mac. microsoft baught them after being interested in their project. like i said learn your shit.
User avatar #406 - nathanbiggs (06/28/2014) [-]
Nice backtracking, m8. I never said anything to the contrary of that
User avatar #407 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
then how doesn't bungie own the original 3 games. explain that to me.
User avatar #408 - nathanbiggs (06/29/2014) [-]
Because Microsoft bought the rights to the games prior to publishing them. This has been common knowledge for a while. Microsoft bought the IP from Bungie prior to CE and contracted Bungie to make 5 games, that contract ending after the release of Halo: Reach.
User avatar #410 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
microsoft owned exclusive rights when bungie worked for them not ip. ip was given after bungie left.
User avatar #409 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
wrong full ownership of ip was not given to microsoft until after bungie went independent. hell that shit is even on the wiki about that shit. where the hell you getting your info?
User avatar #411 - nathanbiggs (06/29/2014) [-]
Wikipedia just ambiguously states that the Halo IP would remain Microsoft's after Bungie went independent, no mention about when they acquired the IP. Both Halopedia and Halo Nation state that "On October 5, 2007, Bungie and Microsoft announced an end to their partnership, effectively making Bungie an independent company once again, now titled Bungie LLC (limited liability corporation). The Halo Intellectual Property (IP) remains with Microsoft." Meaning that the owner of the IP was Microsoft prior to Bungie's announcement of the fact that they were going independent. Circling back to the original point, it still wouldn't be Bungie that would give the "okay" to make the MC collection. That would be Microsoft's call, and that's not debatable.
User avatar #412 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
you may be right i am really drunk and felt like arguen. shit .... no you are right. apologies
#398 - You realize they aren't changing anything aside from the resol…  [+] (14 new replies) 06/28/2014 on E3 2014 0
User avatar #399 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
they can't unless bungie okays it and i am pretty sure that bungie wont approve someone else making money off their ip. so like i said let it rest in peace.
User avatar #401 - nathanbiggs (06/28/2014) [-]
Halo has not been Bungie's IP for over a decade. When Microsoft acquired Bungie back in 2000 they also bought the Halo IP. It is not Bungie's place to okay or not okay the MC Collection, because the IP isn't theirs and hasn't been theirs in over 14 years. As I said in my previous comment, you seem to be ignorant of the situation at hand.
User avatar #402 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
ok let me explain you something. the team that made halo 1 "bungie team" still has rights to halo 1-3 a company cannot just buy a name and say here is your 2$ fuck off. no they have to pay the original owner a percentage. yes bungie sold their ip to microsoft. after halo 3 which is when bungie stopped making halo. the ip was sold. microsoft acquired bungie in 2000. however the original 3 belong to bungie. there is a exclusive offer to microsoft for these games however. which means bungie still own the rights to these games. after halo 3 bungie broke off from microsoft giving the rights to the name halo, but not the original 3. those are microsoft and bungie owned. l2read buisness section of your newspaper. i know what the hell i am talking about. this means halo1, halo2, halo wars, and halo 3 cannot be touched without the consent of both microsoft and bungie. the rights to games afterwards belong to whoever are making the current shitty games and microsoft. unless they were contracted by microsoft to dish out shovel ware. which they are by microsoft who was given rights to make new halo games by bungie.
User avatar #403 - nathanbiggs (06/28/2014) [-]
>ok let me explain you something. the team that made halo 1 "bungie team" still has rights to halo 1-3 a company cannot just buy a name and say here is your 2$ fuck off.
The original acquisition of Bungie included Microsoft buying the Halo IP from Bungie, do I need to be more clear about this. Bungie. Does. Not. Own. The. Halo. IP.

> after halo 3 which is when bungie stopped making halo. the ip was sold. microsoft
Microsoft acquired Halo in 2000 when they bought Bungie, plus Bungie didn't stop making Halo until after Reach. Two entire games later.

>however the original 3 belong to bungie
They never belonged to Bungie, each one was published by and owned by Microsoft. Bungie just made them, the same way 343i just makes them.

>after halo 3 bungie broke off from microsoft giving the rights to the name halo, but not the original 3.
You just keep proving that you are ignorant of the situation. Bungie broke off from Microsoft and stopped making Halo games after Halo:Reach, not Halo 3.

> i know what the hell i am talking about.
top lel

>this means halo1, halo2, halo wars, and halo 3 cannot be touched without the consent of both microsoft and bungie
Halo Wars wasn't even made by Bungie.

User avatar #405 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
when microsoft bought them out it was literally a contract fucking deal arsewipe. it was a deal to make this game for them as bungie/ microsoft ip. activision was originally trying to get their hands on this shit, but failed because bungie saw them as a shovel ware company. at the time xbox was considered a serious gaming device concept.
User avatar #404 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
bungie announced fucking halo: combat evolved in 1999 for pc and mac. microsoft baught them after being interested in their project. like i said learn your shit.
User avatar #406 - nathanbiggs (06/28/2014) [-]
Nice backtracking, m8. I never said anything to the contrary of that
User avatar #407 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
then how doesn't bungie own the original 3 games. explain that to me.
User avatar #408 - nathanbiggs (06/29/2014) [-]
Because Microsoft bought the rights to the games prior to publishing them. This has been common knowledge for a while. Microsoft bought the IP from Bungie prior to CE and contracted Bungie to make 5 games, that contract ending after the release of Halo: Reach.
User avatar #410 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
microsoft owned exclusive rights when bungie worked for them not ip. ip was given after bungie left.
User avatar #409 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
wrong full ownership of ip was not given to microsoft until after bungie went independent. hell that shit is even on the wiki about that shit. where the hell you getting your info?
User avatar #411 - nathanbiggs (06/29/2014) [-]
Wikipedia just ambiguously states that the Halo IP would remain Microsoft's after Bungie went independent, no mention about when they acquired the IP. Both Halopedia and Halo Nation state that "On October 5, 2007, Bungie and Microsoft announced an end to their partnership, effectively making Bungie an independent company once again, now titled Bungie LLC (limited liability corporation). The Halo Intellectual Property (IP) remains with Microsoft." Meaning that the owner of the IP was Microsoft prior to Bungie's announcement of the fact that they were going independent. Circling back to the original point, it still wouldn't be Bungie that would give the "okay" to make the MC collection. That would be Microsoft's call, and that's not debatable.
User avatar #412 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
you may be right i am really drunk and felt like arguen. shit .... no you are right. apologies
#13 - >implying I've seen those videos I can still hear Krill… 06/28/2014 on meh 0
#65 - Not really worth it, anyway. It's mediocre as fuck. 06/28/2014 on my hand is my only console 0
#45 - >actually killing Micheal It just doesn't make any sense. 06/28/2014 on rip 0
#16 - She's definitely not 12 in the games 06/27/2014 on Serena Suddenly Got Hot +2
#83 - Just because something goes outside of the norm doesn't mean i…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/26/2014 on 2deep4u +3
#86 - xxhadesflamesxx (06/26/2014) [-]
I did because I didn't even want to watch it but after all that weird shit near the end of the movie it was too much
#81 - Your loss, it's an amazing series through and through.  [+] (3 new replies) 06/26/2014 on 2deep4u +3
#82 - xxhadesflamesxx (06/26/2014) [-]
we can agree to disagree
User avatar #83 - nathanbiggs (06/26/2014) [-]
Just because something goes outside of the norm doesn't mean it's bad, you should give it a chance.
#86 - xxhadesflamesxx (06/26/2014) [-]
I did because I didn't even want to watch it but after all that weird shit near the end of the movie it was too much
#80 - I don't know then, I personally enjoyed Evangelion more than G… 06/26/2014 on 2deep4u 0
#69 - Even after watching End of Evangelion? Maybe it just wasn't for you.  [+] (8 new replies) 06/26/2014 on 2deep4u +4
#79 - xxhadesflamesxx (06/26/2014) [-]
i watched it and then when shit got weird I stopped and am never watching that shit again
#81 - nathanbiggs (06/26/2014) [-]
Your loss, it's an amazing series through and through.
#82 - xxhadesflamesxx (06/26/2014) [-]
we can agree to disagree
User avatar #83 - nathanbiggs (06/26/2014) [-]
Just because something goes outside of the norm doesn't mean it's bad, you should give it a chance.
#86 - xxhadesflamesxx (06/26/2014) [-]
I did because I didn't even want to watch it but after all that weird shit near the end of the movie it was too much
#78 - virtigo (06/26/2014) [-]
Well their other series "Tengen Toppen Gurren Lagann" are one of my top animes of all time.
User avatar #101 - darkangeloffire (06/26/2014) [-]
The same creator, Hiroyuki Imaishi, also made Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt and Kill la Kill. He's a great man.
#80 - nathanbiggs (06/26/2014) [-]
I don't know then, I personally enjoyed Evangelion more than Gurren Lagann.
#67 - Somebody didn't understand it. 06/26/2014 on 2deep4u +3
#975752 - My opinion>Your opinion  [+] (1 new reply) 06/26/2014 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
#975753 - zomaru (06/26/2014) [-]
Your opinion<Elrics opinion<Everyone elses opinion< My opinion
#975741 - Not a valid option, try again.  [+] (3 new replies) 06/26/2014 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
#975743 - zomaru (06/26/2014) [-]
E. Screw your opinion
#975752 - nathanbiggs (06/26/2014) [-]
My opinion>Your opinion
#975753 - zomaru (06/26/2014) [-]
Your opinion<Elrics opinion<Everyone elses opinion< My opinion
#975732 - >NGE >Shit Pick one.  [+] (5 new replies) 06/26/2014 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
User avatar #975735 - zomaru (06/26/2014) [-]
D. All of the Above.
User avatar #975741 - nathanbiggs (06/26/2014) [-]
Not a valid option, try again.
#975743 - zomaru (06/26/2014) [-]
E. Screw your opinion
#975752 - nathanbiggs (06/26/2014) [-]
My opinion>Your opinion
#975753 - zomaru (06/26/2014) [-]
Your opinion<Elrics opinion<Everyone elses opinion< My opinion
#152 - The Master Chief collection will include CE and 2's full multi…  [+] (17 new replies) 06/26/2014 on E3 2014 +9
User avatar #397 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
no. just no. halo had it's run. bungie no longer works on halo. let it just rest in peace. halo without bungie is not halo. it is call of duty master chief edition.
User avatar #398 - nathanbiggs (06/28/2014) [-]
You realize they aren't changing anything aside from the resolution and framerate, right? To call the MC Collection "Call of Duty MCC Edition" is just ignorant and uninformed. Call Halo 4 "Call of Halo", hell call Halo 5 "Call of Halo" (even though from what's known they are going back to a more arena style), but don't call the MCC "Call of Halo".
User avatar #399 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
they can't unless bungie okays it and i am pretty sure that bungie wont approve someone else making money off their ip. so like i said let it rest in peace.
User avatar #401 - nathanbiggs (06/28/2014) [-]
Halo has not been Bungie's IP for over a decade. When Microsoft acquired Bungie back in 2000 they also bought the Halo IP. It is not Bungie's place to okay or not okay the MC Collection, because the IP isn't theirs and hasn't been theirs in over 14 years. As I said in my previous comment, you seem to be ignorant of the situation at hand.
User avatar #402 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
ok let me explain you something. the team that made halo 1 "bungie team" still has rights to halo 1-3 a company cannot just buy a name and say here is your 2$ fuck off. no they have to pay the original owner a percentage. yes bungie sold their ip to microsoft. after halo 3 which is when bungie stopped making halo. the ip was sold. microsoft acquired bungie in 2000. however the original 3 belong to bungie. there is a exclusive offer to microsoft for these games however. which means bungie still own the rights to these games. after halo 3 bungie broke off from microsoft giving the rights to the name halo, but not the original 3. those are microsoft and bungie owned. l2read buisness section of your newspaper. i know what the hell i am talking about. this means halo1, halo2, halo wars, and halo 3 cannot be touched without the consent of both microsoft and bungie. the rights to games afterwards belong to whoever are making the current shitty games and microsoft. unless they were contracted by microsoft to dish out shovel ware. which they are by microsoft who was given rights to make new halo games by bungie.
User avatar #403 - nathanbiggs (06/28/2014) [-]
>ok let me explain you something. the team that made halo 1 "bungie team" still has rights to halo 1-3 a company cannot just buy a name and say here is your 2$ fuck off.
The original acquisition of Bungie included Microsoft buying the Halo IP from Bungie, do I need to be more clear about this. Bungie. Does. Not. Own. The. Halo. IP.

> after halo 3 which is when bungie stopped making halo. the ip was sold. microsoft
Microsoft acquired Halo in 2000 when they bought Bungie, plus Bungie didn't stop making Halo until after Reach. Two entire games later.

>however the original 3 belong to bungie
They never belonged to Bungie, each one was published by and owned by Microsoft. Bungie just made them, the same way 343i just makes them.

>after halo 3 bungie broke off from microsoft giving the rights to the name halo, but not the original 3.
You just keep proving that you are ignorant of the situation. Bungie broke off from Microsoft and stopped making Halo games after Halo:Reach, not Halo 3.

> i know what the hell i am talking about.
top lel

>this means halo1, halo2, halo wars, and halo 3 cannot be touched without the consent of both microsoft and bungie
Halo Wars wasn't even made by Bungie.

User avatar #405 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
when microsoft bought them out it was literally a contract fucking deal arsewipe. it was a deal to make this game for them as bungie/ microsoft ip. activision was originally trying to get their hands on this shit, but failed because bungie saw them as a shovel ware company. at the time xbox was considered a serious gaming device concept.
User avatar #404 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
bungie announced fucking halo: combat evolved in 1999 for pc and mac. microsoft baught them after being interested in their project. like i said learn your shit.
User avatar #406 - nathanbiggs (06/28/2014) [-]
Nice backtracking, m8. I never said anything to the contrary of that
User avatar #407 - hellsjester (06/28/2014) [-]
then how doesn't bungie own the original 3 games. explain that to me.
User avatar #408 - nathanbiggs (06/29/2014) [-]
Because Microsoft bought the rights to the games prior to publishing them. This has been common knowledge for a while. Microsoft bought the IP from Bungie prior to CE and contracted Bungie to make 5 games, that contract ending after the release of Halo: Reach.
User avatar #410 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
microsoft owned exclusive rights when bungie worked for them not ip. ip was given after bungie left.
User avatar #409 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
wrong full ownership of ip was not given to microsoft until after bungie went independent. hell that shit is even on the wiki about that shit. where the hell you getting your info?
User avatar #411 - nathanbiggs (06/29/2014) [-]
Wikipedia just ambiguously states that the Halo IP would remain Microsoft's after Bungie went independent, no mention about when they acquired the IP. Both Halopedia and Halo Nation state that "On October 5, 2007, Bungie and Microsoft announced an end to their partnership, effectively making Bungie an independent company once again, now titled Bungie LLC (limited liability corporation). The Halo Intellectual Property (IP) remains with Microsoft." Meaning that the owner of the IP was Microsoft prior to Bungie's announcement of the fact that they were going independent. Circling back to the original point, it still wouldn't be Bungie that would give the "okay" to make the MC collection. That would be Microsoft's call, and that's not debatable.
User avatar #412 - hellsjester (06/29/2014) [-]
you may be right i am really drunk and felt like arguen. shit .... no you are right. apologies
User avatar #155 - beautifull (06/26/2014) [-]
Fuck yeah
#975416 - No. 06/25/2014 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
#36 - You're not the only one, I also found Sony's conference to be … 06/25/2014 on E3 2014 +4
#24 - Where else would the child learn it aside from the religious i…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/25/2014 on Never argue with children 0
User avatar #26 - krobeles (06/25/2014) [-]
They could've learned it literally anywhere. Perhaps in the USA its more common, but its not the only place where they speak english. I dont even think sunday schools exist here in Denmark, for eksample.
#22 - It is relevant, the child would most likely learn the informat…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/25/2014 on Never argue with children 0
User avatar #23 - krobeles (06/25/2014) [-]
Its a stretch to assume that, but I'll let it slide. Whatever.
User avatar #24 - nathanbiggs (06/25/2014) [-]
Where else would the child learn it aside from the religious institution that their parents attend? It's not all that common for parents to teach the Bible to their kids, it's much more common to have it taught to the child at some religious institution.
User avatar #26 - krobeles (06/25/2014) [-]
They could've learned it literally anywhere. Perhaps in the USA its more common, but its not the only place where they speak english. I dont even think sunday schools exist here in Denmark, for eksample.
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User avatar #9 - soundofwinter ONLINE (06/21/2014) [-]
fuck you
#8 - angryturnip (02/05/2012) [-]
**angryturnip rolled a random image posted in comment #560 at Trolling 2 **
**angryturnip rolled a random image posted in comment #560 at Trolling 2 **
#4 - angryturnip (09/14/2011) [-]
**angryturnip rolled a random image** <--- You.
#5 to #4 - angryturnip (09/14/2011) [-]
**angryturnip rolled a random image** That made no sense. Let's try it again.
#3 - angryturnip (09/03/2011) [-]
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User avatar #2 - igotsunshineinabag (07/09/2011) [-]
its onnnn
User avatar #1 - angryturnip (06/07/2011) [-]
I popped your profile comments cherry, ho.
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