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Real Name: Fistandantilus
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So I love that adorable sound a baby makes when it's on fire, sue me.

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Happy anniversary! Today marks year number 11 since you first became a Sifter and the community is better for having you. Thanks for your contributions!


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Happy belated anniversary! Due to a glitch in the Matrix, we forgot to mark year number 5 since you first became a Sifter. The community wouldn\'t be the same without you. Thanks for your contributions!


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I love the Sift. Comments like this one are a big reason why.

Thank you.

In reply to this comment by NinjaInHeat:
Same issue as that video way back about a french woman not being allowed to wear a Burka to school, this is so sad, and again sadder still are some of the responses here, just goes to show you that social democrats in power can be just as forceful about their ways as the republicans that are usually the subjects of rants here.

Most of you apply logic to these issues in the manner of asking yourselves: "do I like Burkas?" and then, "do I think this fits my ideal for humankind" and you come to the conclusion that it does, which is just sad because your spend half your time on this site ranting about the outrages of having your freedoms taken from you. This isn't about humankind, it's about a free society, free societies need certain rules to function.

If this was a law proposing to, say, outlaw porn. How many of you would claim that the positive/negative implications for humankind have nothing to do with the ruling? That it's a matter of personal freedoms.

And to all you geniuses who keep dismissing the whole Burka issue because "it's the will of Muslim men forced on their women", grow the fuck up, I could apply that argument to pretty much any adult behavior that is attributed to traditional upbringing, at least be mature enough to accept that regardless of how negative you perceive a behavior to be, by the time these people grow up these -are- their ways, your rhetoric of "this is stupid" is meaningless to them, if you honestly believe it is our place as a society to "show them the light" then at least be honest enough to admit that you're not interested in democracy, you're Fascists.

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In reply to this comment by NinjaInHeat:
Shiny, lets assume for a moment that you're right, there is an after life, mr. god will judge us when we die and send us to the corner of shame and eternal hellfire to think about what we've done.

Fine, so I guess we can at least agree on one thing: until that day comes I will actually live, embrace life with all its temptation and unholiness, indulge the devil's ways and blaspheme my ass off, live, love, fuck, drink, hate, whatever the fuck I can get away with. And you, you sad little person, when that day comes you'll be as sad as you are today, you and the countless others who are an affront to life it self. And y'know what? I'll pick hellfire with the likes of Hitchens over your divine garden of twats any day.

mechadeath says...

Remember this is 1v1 deathmatch... of course it is about timing items and memorizing maps. team games are so much more interesting! Rocket Arena, Action Quake2, etc. were far more enjoyable than regular deathmatch because they were so much less predictable.

fun!

In reply to this comment by NinjaInHeat:
Loved watching this but I gotta say this sorta competitive gameplay frustrates me. Much like researching starcraft build queues and memorizing keystrokes, being able to time exact respawns of items and understanding every single move the opponent can make in a map and trying to beat them to it just was never the point for me (and it isn't why and how I enjoy competitive gaming). I'm not criticizing, just saying I find competitive gameplay much more enjoyable with some (or a lot) of chaos thrown in the mix. When 20 people are running and gunning around a map the skills required to win have less to do with chess-like strategy and more with actual twitch-gaming abilities (and group tactics). The game showed here, while fascinating, seems like a fucking nightmare.

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