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The Graveyard Thread in General
Shaper
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Or using a battle discipline with an archer and finding out you are too far out of range...

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Lt. Sullust
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How about a PSP or a DS port? in General
Shaper
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If you were willing to do it yourself, you could port BoE to the DS using the various homebrew development tools out there. However, the DS only has 4mb of internal RAM. Although external RAM (up to 32mb) can be purchased, I think you might have a tough time skimming BoE down that much. I think I'll stick to developing perl scripts for dsLinux...

[ Monday, February 25, 2008 18:40: Message edited by: Lt. Sullust ]

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Lt. Sullust
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What have you been reading recently? in General
Shaper
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Naruto (vols 1 - 19)
Dragon Ball (vols 1 - 3)

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Lt. Sullust
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真実長ガス
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Geology Lecture in General
Shaper
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Profile #56
Here's a solution ...

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Lt. Sullust
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Posts: 2462 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Is it old? in General
Shaper
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Profile #16
quote:
Originally written by M.:

Completely unrelated, but that same week (when I first watched Labyrinth) we decided to watch all three extended versions of LotR back to back. So much fun.
I've been trying to do this, but it's difficult finding that much time to set aside...

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Lt. Sullust
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The Graveyard Thread in General
Shaper
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Profile #17
You are a happy playful cube, that has devoted your life to serving another. You share intimate conversations with your companion as you both survive through treacherous obstacles. At the end your difficult journey, your companion throws you into an incinerator...

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Lt. Sullust
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Posts: 2462 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
The Graveyard Thread in General
Shaper
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Profile #15
Lt. Sullust, Acrio Sulfi, and Rosa

Killed by hallucinations at Shanker's Tower. It's one thing to be killed by something that exists; however, my characters pretended they died and they actually did...

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Is it old? in General
Shaper
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Or 12 Angry Men...

EDIT: If you are really feeling nostalgic, you could watch the first movie ever Roundhay Garden Scene ...

[ Tuesday, February 19, 2008 03:36: Message edited by: Lt. Sullust ]

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Lt. Sullust
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Poll of the Executive Branch in General
Shaper
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I think he did an impressive job uniting the country on the days following 9/11. His actions after that weren't all that great though. I don't think impeachment is really going to solve anything at this point. Just focus on the upcoming presidential candidates...

EDIT: Although he does have faults, remember that most of the things he's done have been initially supported by congress...

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Lt. Sullust
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Getting political in General
Shaper
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Profile #111
They are still free to choose who they want to vote for; however it is rare that this is actually exercised...

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Posts: 2462 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Getting political in General
Shaper
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Profile #109
An unplanned pregnancy is completely different than having a child solely to increase your voting power...

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Lt. Sullust
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Getting political in General
Shaper
Member # 32
Profile #107
quote:
Originally written by Emperor Tullegolar:

Anyone that can read and is able to name the candidates should be allowed to vote. But Tullegolar, what about all the little children who would have their parents telling them who to vote for? I don't really have a problem with families getting extra votes. They have more to gain and lose from the government, plus they are raising future citizens, so I say let them have it.
Then you run the risk of people having children solely for the sake of political power...

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Nyyyoron~! in General
Shaper
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Profile #10
You don't need a youtube account to watch youtube videos. If you haven't been on youtube at all you've been missing out on quite a bit...

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Lt. Sullust
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Nyyyoron~! in General
Shaper
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Profile #1
Someone get the duct tape! We have a breach!

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Lt. Sullust
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Getting political in General
Shaper
Member # 32
Profile #89
quote:
Originally written by Emperor Tullegolar:

McCain is going to win the nomination and Bush knows this. Bush does not like McCain and the two of them disagree on many issues. Bush is, however, obligated to endorse McCain for political reasons, such as to create an illusion of union among the Republican party. That 20% of people who actually support Bush must truly believe in the things Bush stands for since they are clearly not supporting him because of his popularity. Such people are hardcore conservatives who will see beyond a politically motivated endorsement and support Huckabee regardless. You might all be quite surprised to discover how little either campaigning or the media influences voter decisions in the end. In summation: the Republicans are screwed.
Not necessarily, if both Hillary and Obama run in the general election, despite one of them not recieving the nomination, then the split vote will probably allow McCain to win.

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Getting political in General
Shaper
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Profile #33
quote:
Originally written by Jewelz:

quote:
Originally written by Lt. Sullust:

Although I'm slightly bothered that it seems that a large number of women are voting for Clinton just because she's a woman...
She needs the votes though, because Obama has blacks voting for him just because he's black. It just evens things out.[/QB]
While that may be true, there are many more woman in this country than there are blacks. So it doesn't even out...

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Getting political in General
Shaper
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Profile #28
Unless you're older than 35, that wouldn't do you any good...

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Lt. Sullust
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Getting political in General
Shaper
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Profile #26
It seems to me that McCain might be too old for the job. However, both Huckabee and Romney slightly creep me out. More so Romney because I'm related to a few Mormons...

I'm all for Obama; however, I'd be satisfied with Hillary as well. Although I'm slightly bothered that it seems that a large number of women are voting for Clinton just because she's a woman...

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Lt. Sullust
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The Avernum RP, OoC Thread in General
Shaper
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Profile #196
I'm not entirely convinced that it hasn't...

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Lt. Sullust
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Spiderweb Demographics 2008 in General
Shaper
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Profile #72
I suspect that the reason they have sex education classes earlier is because they are having sex earlier. Not the other way around...

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Posts: 2462 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Spiderweb Demographics 2008 in General
Shaper
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Profile #58
College is already over for me, I think I missed the boat... :P

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Lt. Sullust
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Spiderweb Demographics 2008 in General
Shaper
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Profile #54
I was baptized a Mormon when I was younger, before I had much say about it. I've come to see it more as a cult than a religion.

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Lt. Sullust
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SimCity: the greatest evil? in General
Shaper
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Profile #25
The problem is that the elderly population is increasing rapidly. They tend to incur the largest medical costs overall. This means that the program is going to get more and more expensive.

It's similar to social security, more money going out than coming in...

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Lt. Sullust
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Posts: 2462 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
2007 Movies in General
Shaper
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Profile #8
I Am Legend was alright until the he was rescued by the woman. If the movie would've ended just before that it would've been amazing.

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Lt. Sullust
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Posts: 2462 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
Spiderweb Demographics 2008 in General
Shaper
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Profile #8
I'm fairly sure atheism does count as a religion. I don't really understand why it bothers you that much. Almost any scientific field can be called a religion. There's no definitive proof that these things are true, they just seem to happen all the time when we test them. Do you have faith in gravity?

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