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The handshake from Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
04/07/15, 04:45

That's actually a really smart way of looking at it, oddeye! I think you're on to something there.

Do you think maybe his fear of getting old, poor, and uncool was what prompted him to cozy up to Scientology?
Tim Curry's award winning performance from Command and Conquer
04/07/15, 03:43

Besides, I think I rated Myth pretty generously. It got sixth place! It's higher than Dune, higher than Homeworld, higher than Star Craft. Star Craft! You beat Star Craft, you should be happy!

Honestly, if we were going to be REALLY fair here, and allow RTT games other than Myth into the list, then Myth would have a much poorer showing. Medieval 2: Total War would take top spot, of course, and Men of War would slide in there between AoE and SupCom. In fact, the more we break down the RTS rule to accommodate Myth, the worse it gets for the 'Falling' Lords - if Myth counts, then why not Anno 1404, the city-builder/RTS hybrid? Why not Dynasty Warriors, the action RTT which Myth was trying to be, but failed?

Myth was a great game, don't get me wrong, but best RTS? Tim Curry would say "noOoOo".
Tim Curry's award winning performance from Command and Conquer
04/07/15, 03:25

Gmork, the reason why every game I mentioned is a different type of game than Myth, is because every game I mentioned is an RTS. You were the one who brought Myth into this, insisting that Myth was capable of running with the RTS Big Dogs. I'm just giving you the benefit of the doubt here, letting Myth tag along, instead of laughing it to the back of the bus like most RTS players would do.

From a pure gameplay perspective, CoH was king. However, I rate it lower than RA3 for the following reasons: the story and setting lacked the charm of RA3 ("WW2 game"), the series had far less longevity than C&C (C&C gave us at least six really great games; CoH had one god-tier game and then an unplayably bad stupid bullshit sequel long after the fact), and there are no Japanese schoolgirls going all AKIRA in CoH.
Tim Curry's award winning performance from Command and Conquer
04/06/15, 18:38

No, it's better than Myth. Assuming we allow one game per franchise, the ranking goes RA3, Company of Heroes, AoE II, Supreme Commander, Stronghold Crusader, and then Myth. Maybe.
Tim Curry's award winning performance from Command and Conquer
04/06/15, 17:27

Japan > Allies > Soviets. Sorry, Jenny McCarthy.
Tim Curry's award winning performance from Command and Conquer
04/06/15, 17:26

Overall, this really was the best RTS game ever made. It might be the best franchise (the mindblowingly shitty ending to the main C&C series notwithstanding), but this is definitely the best game.
Onechanbara Z2: Chaos: Cut scene, live action, near nudity
04/06/15, 16:24

Actually, it's something like "older sister swordfighter". Come on, Caminante, you've seen enough incest anime to know what Oneechan means!
SomeBODY Once Told Me
04/06/15, 16:10

Oh, wait, no, that was Barenaked Ladies. My bad.

So one positive association with Smash Mouth.
SomeBODY Once Told Me
04/06/15, 16:08

I never liked Smash Mouth, however, I do have two positive associations connected to them. The first is that my roommate used to listen to Smash Mouth while I was playing Fallout; annoying at the time, but still, a positive association. The second is that line about Sailor Moon from the other song they did.
Kevin Spacey Impersonates Al Pacino
04/06/15, 14:43

He looks like Bob Newhart, but that can't be right, Bob Newhart's dead.

Is he the dad of someone famous?
Kevin Spacey Impersonates Al Pacino
04/06/15, 14:42

... who?
The handshake from Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
04/06/15, 14:25

Will was such a douchebag to Carlton. Hey, Fresh! Leaving your Big Suburb cousin hangin' is not the pony way!
Best Fire Fails
04/06/15, 14:20

Also, fuck, Boxxy is so sexy. I wish *she'd* light herself on fire, eh wot!
Best Fire Fails
04/06/15, 14:19

All good choices, but it's Hardcore Burning Slip'N Slide for me.

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=24235
John Oliver Interviews Edward Snowden
04/06/15, 11:36

Some of my coworkers were giggling about the NSA this morning, in fact; might well have been because of this interview (it aired recently, yes?). I mean, don't get me wrong, the poesters above me make some really good points about raising awareness, and better that people are aware than asleep, right? But we - and by "we" I don't just mean the PoE community, which tends to be remarkably intelligent and well-informed, but "we" as in American society in general - we shouldn't be fucking laughing about this, we should actually be *doing* something!

I've long been trying to wrap my head around Hannah Arendt's observations about the Holocaust and the banality of evil, and I think it's starting to finally make sense to me.

ANYWAYS, I WILL SHUT UP NOW please give me a brief (or not so brief) synopsis of this video so I can get the gist of what Messrs. Snowden and Oliver said without having a stroke.
John Oliver Interviews Edward Snowden
04/06/15, 11:25

For example, it really bothers me that the prospect of a state-run panopticon right here in the "Land of the Free" has gone from unthinkable, to oh wait it's happening, to the subject of casual late night entertainment, all within the span of maybe five years. There's not been any actual effort on the part of those in power to *stop* the growth of panopitcon, but oh, haha, it's silly and it's funny. The NSA is just one of those weird quirky things that we may not like but we've got to put up with anyways, like family dinners with Uncle Jim - YOU KNOW HOW THAT JIM IS, BOY OH BOY. I'd rather be "Waterboarded" than listen to one of HIS stories again, haha!

Fuck, I'm not even watching this video and the subject's already getting me pissed off. :(
John Oliver Interviews Edward Snowden
04/06/15, 11:10

Could someone briefly sum up the joke? Honestly, this is a subject that I have no interest in laughing at, especially not when presented within the context of a popular American newsutainment show; I'm glad John Oliver is having Edward Snowden on his show (that's what happens, right?) but I am worried that if I watch this segment, *even if it is good*, I will get so mad that I won't be able to see straight.

So, spoil away, please!
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/06/15, 07:09

Three quick additional points:

1. You claim that I contradicted myself, but that is not the case. Perhaps I could have been more clear, but when I say the term is "false", I am referring to the literal reading of its constituent parts (which was, I hasten to point out, the apparent original intended meaning of the term, as well as the shade-of-meaning most commonly recognized within vernacular usage). Now, as I said earlier in the post, it is certainly possible to read "homophobic" nonliterally! In fact, one HAS to read the word "homophobic" nonliterally in order to derive any intellectually useful meaning from it, and that makes it *a bad term*.

You see?

For example, I might invent a term, "Hippo-intolerant", to describe people who enjoy the company of The Great Hippo. "Enjoying the company of The Great Hippo" is what the term *means*, yet the literal meaning, the meaning we are invited to read upon first encountering the term, is something totally different, in some ways, opposite of the "true" meaning. For this reason, I think that we'd both agree that "Hippo-intolerant" is a bullshit term and inadequate for the meaning we wish to convey.

2. Your own inability to define the word "homophobic", despite the fact that you evidently have no problem using it yourself, brings me to another problem that I have with the word: c) it is poorly defined and rarely understood. This ties in with b) (the pejorative nature of the term) and a) (the falseness of its literal meaning), but the definitional problems go beyond that. How can people use a word, so easily and so often, without actually knowing what it means? Without actually understanding, nor perhaps even caring to understand, what they are saying when they use it? Shades of Orwell.

3. If I don't read your posts, then how is it that I was the only one who seemed to recognize, and even care about, the point you were trying to make re: Anita and the problems of feminism?
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/06/15, 06:13

Hippo, how am I insulting you? I'm not insulting you, at least not intentionally - I certainly apologize if I am - and I *am* reading everything you write. All I'm asking is that you define your terms.

You evidently have a problem with the way I use the word, and that's fine. As you say, the word "homophobic" is poorly defined, and in my experience, no two people use the word in exactly the same way (again, see my comments in why I, personally, don't like to use it except in response to someone who does). So... how do you want me to use the word? When speaking to you, what is a definition that you will aceept, and will not be upset about? Don't tell me you're angry at me for using the word in a manner you apparently don't agree with, then when pressed to clarify, turn around and say that you have no clue what the word means...!

I mean, YOU brought up homophobia. When you said that word, surely it meant *something* to you...?!
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/06/15, 05:55

I don't think that's anything new, Mr Hooker. I tend to avoid Anita discussions and/or skrimp them with tulpa fiction, but from my observations, poeTV has never really been "anti-Sarkeesian", at least not in the stereotypical "boogiemen from 4chan" sense. The "battle lines" have always been between poesters who are reflexively pro-Sarkeesian/anti-nerd/gameophobic, and poesters who are pro-feminist, yet simply feel that Anita's work is shoddy and her views are unrepresentative of both feminism and gaming culture as a whole.

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