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The Black Knight Satellite, The 13,000 Year Old Ancient Satellite Orbiting The Earth
01/25/15, 18:27

Putting aside all the usual crazy it takes to believe in this kind of thing, I think the largest leap of logic has to be the idea that a satellite could operate for 100 years, let alone 13,000 years. If such technology existed, the species that built it wouldn't NEED satellites, and their artifacts would be effing everywhere, not breaking down, even after their warranties expired.
A Wolfs' Tale
01/25/15, 12:41

It's looking more and more like Second Life is run on a PS2. I was never interested in logging in, but I can't help think they won't last much longer without some kind of engine upgrade.

Also, I love how winged wolves fly by pumping their feet.
Dancing Duke
01/25/15, 12:38

Five Nights at Freddy's IV is looking WAY too scary for me.
'Debate' American Style: Our Top Orators in Action
01/25/15, 12:38

"...including a more performative style of debate that incorporates rap music, poetry and personal anecdotes."

But that's not what I consider to be debate. That's akin to making emotional arguments or rallying the crowd, as opposed to presenting evidence and lines of reasoning.

It's why I don't consider any political debates with candidates to be actual debates. Hardly any information of value is presented, little to no evidence or rationale is given for a speaker's position that isn't emotional, and the whole thing is just an attempt at turning the whole thing into a campaign ad.
Australian comic Jim Jefferies on gun control
01/25/15, 11:27

I'm not sure you watched the clip or took in everything said. The comparison's salient points were:

1. There was a massacre in Australia, and guns were banned. There hasn't been a gun-based massacre since.
2. Among the many massacres in America was one at Sandy Hook where small children died. The suggestion that maybe we should ban "the big guns," which are only a portion of existing guns, was met with zealous bile by half of the U.S.

Y'see, the joke is that even when we have several successive incidents where firearms kill multiple innocents, we won't even consider banning SOME of the guns, not even the ones closest to the firearms used by the military. That's called "irony."
Australian comic Jim Jefferies on gun control
01/25/15, 08:45

Maybe this is just me, but I think the parallels between the 2nd amendment and the 13th as presented here were:

- that the Constitution can be changed, and
- that the outlawing of owning something (slaves) has been done before, and that (like guns) a portion of the population objected, but it happened anyway.
WTF! Anti-Government Filmmaker 'David Crowley' and Family Found Murdered In Minnesota!
01/25/15, 07:20

The coroner said he died of a cardiomgaly (enlarged heart). While no drugs were found in his system, a suspected cocaine habit was what many (who didn't blame his death on an Illuminati plot) believed to be the cause of his heart condition. A friend of his claimed he'd suffered a heart attack a few months before he died.
WTF! Anti-Government Filmmaker 'David Crowley' and Family Found Murdered In Minnesota!
01/24/15, 21:18

Ah, but you see, they wanted it to LOOK like he killed himself. That's part of how the conspiracy works! It was all staged! CAN'T YOU SEE THAT?!

WAKE UP, SHEEPLE!
Louie Gohmert's SOTU Response
01/24/15, 19:58

Why wasn't this guy cast as the Grand Negis of the Ferengi on DS-9?
WTF! Anti-Government Filmmaker 'David Crowley' and Family Found Murdered In Minnesota!
01/24/15, 19:55

Gotta love how conspiracy wankers' deaths are always murders.

I bet someone, somewhere will claim it was the same individual from the same cabal that "murdered" Brietbart.
Black Man Lawfully Carrying Gun Gets Pummeled by White Vigilante at Walmart
01/24/15, 13:21

If only he'd had a gun.

And hadn't been black. You'd think being 62 years old would be enough, but noooooo...
Black Man Lawfully Carrying Gun Gets Pummeled by White Vigilante at Walmart
01/24/15, 09:02

So wouldn't that make this a case of felony assault and robbery?
The making of Brilliance
01/24/15, 04:48

Like beer?
The making of Brilliance
01/23/15, 14:21

See, when you said "cans," I thought you meant CANS, and... you might have, because... CAAAANNNNS.
The Amazing world of Gumball - Gumball gets possessed by Carrie the Ghost
01/23/15, 12:11

Well done.

I do think the uploader is a bit of an idiot because they called the clip "Gumball is a fatass." If that's what they took away from the segment then maybe cartoons are too highbrow for them.
ATLAS Gets an Upgrade
01/23/15, 00:15

What about P-body? Did they not get any of his add-ons unlocked?
Fallout vs Skyrim
01/22/15, 13:44

The original was kind of "Bard's Tale with guns" at its most simple definition. If you swapped the disks as you were supposed to (see my "cheat" above), the world was maintained in a persisting state: People you killed stayed dead, deeds remained done, etc. over a large area of real estate.

It's also funny that the original Wasteland earned so many parental warnings because of TEXT DESCRIPTIONS. There was sex in the game (via prostitutes) that got you a fade out and an STD. Killing things with more HP of damage than needed got you flavor text about your target "exploding like a blood sausage." This was a game where you had ASCII everywhere except for a MAYBE 8-bit window in the corner for animated sprites of what you saw, talked to, or fought.

I'm of mixed feelings about the whole "we'll never get a Fallout 1 or 2" again. I prefer the FPS interface of the new games, I think they're more immersive, and are, overall, more fun than the original. Some quests and interactions required the player to actually remember dialog or clues that had been seen before. However, the originals had things like a ticking clock for the main quest (if you didn't "win" in time, your people get killed), and there's some charm to the turn-based isometric format.

On the flip side, I HATE the originals' occasional pixel-hunting and the ease at which I could find myself stuck somewhere that I couldn't get out of (i.e. I've started mission X, but with my level and gear, I can't win through the end of it, and I'm already trapped in the monster's lair). I also question the writing of both games, though Fallout 1 is superior. Fallout 2 had ghosts, talking deathclaws, and the beginning was an odd decision: Where did the tribal temple come from? Why is it so focused on melee, making guns characters more difficult?

Still, Fallout 3's water purification quest is pretty dumb, though a lot of that comes from the earlier game premises that radiation is forever, nobody rebuilds without a GECK, and so on.

As for not getting a new Fallout-style Fallout, every so often I see work being done on overhauls for F1 & F2, though none I know of have gotten very far. I figure someone will do an overhaul for F3/NV (or maybe F4) that re-creates Fallout 1/2 in Bethsoft's engine.
Fallout vs Skyrim
01/22/15, 12:02

I haven't, though not out of lack of desire. I have abstained because I need to actually get things done to earn a living.

It's painful to put it off. I owned the original Wasteland game and played it on my C-64, down to making "cheat copies" of the disks for the various zones so I could get more ammo and loot if I needed it.
Microsoft HoloLens
01/22/15, 05:48

Bioshock's primary disappointment had nothing to do with its pre-rendered trailers. It had to do with the hype claiming your choices in the game mattered.

"So many endings! One 'good,' one 'bad,' and one where it's the same as the 'bad' ending but the voiceover sounds disappointed rather than mad! And they're all based on how you treat little girls!"
Fallout vs Skyrim
01/22/15, 05:40

Fallout 3 and New Vegas had superior storylines and NPC interaction than Skyrim. Even Fallout 3 let you kill more annoying NPCs than Skyrim did (whose named NPC roster was nearly all marked "essential"), and F3's moronic main quest was more interesting than Skyrim's non-existent civil war, nigh useless shouts, and bland cast of characters.

New Vegas was the best of Bethsoft's FPS RPGs, and I hope they let Obsidian develop Fallout 4, or at least, I hope they learn from New Vegas' model.

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