MonkWarrior

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monkwarrior wrote:
rumham by your logic when i say things like "i love to be wrong, that's how we learn" you ignore it.
monkwarrior wrote:
captkangaroo by your logic you know what i'm thinking when you really don't.  smart.
monkwarrior wrote:
skeeter01 no, but as it increases in the world it needs to be more frequently pointed out.
monkwarrior wrote:
Sounds like the people of Mississippi can recognize the insanity of the western media delusions of the last 5-10 years, and are standing up to it.  I have nothing against people who are LBGT, but the reality is people are getting tired of it being shoved in their face all the time, especially when there are bigger issues in the country, like rampant greed and not to mention the western media delusions.
monkwarrior wrote:
I bet it will still be a dud.
monkwarrior wrote:
No police officer should be using a gun on a dog when a tazer or pepper spray will work.  That just shows how poor the nation is by how it treats its animals. 
monkwarrior wrote:
It grieves me to no end, literally no end, that they have to ask for donations to help animals.  It should be a civil requirement for all communities businesses and residents to  support animal welfare and care. You can tell a nation by how it treats its animals.
monkwarrior wrote:
scheckydamon it's also cruel and then they would have had a harder time dealing with the mother.
monkwarrior wrote:
This show is terrible.  It's like the only way you can laugh is if you have been delueded enough by western media delusions.  It's almost like the show acts as a 'corrector' for the population that might be straying away from th said delusions.  Like it's saying "you're not normal if you can't find the concreting of western media delusions funny".
monkwarrior wrote:
rumham I wouldn't say that, but i do know a lot of things.
monkwarrior wrote:
rumham western media delusion gripped so many, and stunted their critical thinking skills.
monkwarrior wrote:
Wasn't this on I-A-B before?  Maybe i saw it on youtube.
monkwarrior wrote:
That looked like it could be possible the car swerved into his lane, and the motorcyclist kicked his car, and then the car driver flipped out and tried to ram him but lost control.  Without further video it's difficult to say if this motorcyclist was at fault, or if the car driver had a case of "instant karma".
monkwarrior wrote:
Cosplay seem so lame for some reason
monkwarrior wrote:
man, even if that balcony is concrete, that's a lot of weight on it.  If i lived there i'd be complaining about safety for sure
monkwarrior wrote:
rumham It doesn't take a master of critical thinking to see what has happened.
monkwarrior wrote:
robthelurker I still have a problem with 'mother'.  i keep doing quests for her over and over, at least 50 quests.  I think it's a bug, but every time i finish a quest it says go back and visit mother.  so i do and as soon as i talk to her she says "yet another child has prayed to their mother", and its like i'm looping some of these quests as i've killed a number of people multiple times.  and they get reset when i talk to 'mother'.  I even had 1 quest where i had to kill a guy chopping wood, and when i went back i got the exact same quest again, the guy was alive and well again chopping wood.

monkwarrior wrote:
Gerry1of1 HBO?  Where the internet is we don't need hbo: https://gomovies.to/movie/search/game+of+thrones
monkwarrior wrote:
robthelurker Then you got lucky.  I ran into a number of bugs listed here: http://elderscrolls.wikia.com/wiki/Bugs_(Skyrim)
while playing on the console.  It upset me because i could never complete it the way i wanted to, with some quests never disappearing from my quest list and not being able to be completed.  I bought the legendary edition for the same console thinking they fixed the bugs, only to find they didn't.  Last year i bought skyrim on steam (3rd purchase) and finally used the community patch, and then beat the game with all except for 1 (get all the deadric items).  I may go back some day to get that last one
monkwarrior wrote:
stifler its all part of the western media delusion.  you're right.  It's best to turn off that garbage and use your own mind instead of having them spoon feed you their delusions, which have gripped so many, and stunted their critical thinking skills.
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robthelurker I will use a mod if i have to.  For example, Betheseda's fallout 3 and skyrim had some major errors.  What the community did was they actually made a patch to fix the errors in both games.  Sadly, Betheseda didn't even try to fix those errors, and it left people with a broken game, quests that couldn't be beaten, or a game that could never be finished.  They didn't even fix the console versions so console users were out of luck, but the PC users could play the game the way it was intended due to the community patch, required from Betheseda's laziness/unwillingness in polishing up the games.
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kalron27 Yeah part of the reason i've been eyeing GOG is because they have 0 DRM, and they actually have done a good job on some games that are broken on steam.  I also like that you don't need to install a client to play, and you can likely back-up the install file to a drive and install it again later, all without having to sign in to GOG, and that's something you can't easily do with steam.
monkwarrior wrote:
normalfreak2 It sounds like a rental, which might be why the price is so low.  But tbh im not a big fan of EA at all, though i really enjoyed the dead space series.
monkwarrior wrote:
squrlz4ever when you turn on your tv and you hear a western media head talking of a "conspiracy theory", you can bet that they are trying to tell you more western media delusion.  The term itself "conspiracy theory" was first coined by those who were trying to dis-credit people who were looking too closely into the JFK killing.  THey realized that the evidence didn't match up to the story and were speaking about it.  In order to maintain their 'media delusion', they were called the propaganda term "conspiracy theorist". That grew to what it is now, where it is used on anyone who might provide sound reasoning to the stories told by western media delusions, and expose the lies they tell.  Western media has a superoirity and arrogant streak, but those who are wise won't be fooled by their propaganda.