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  • DaMoonRulzDaMoonRulz Mare ImbriumRegistered User regular
    https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/programs/#1005

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  • BrainleechBrainleech 機知に富んだコメントはここにあります Registered User regular
    Fearghaill wrote: »
    Characters like these are responsible for the idea that antiheroes are better than regular heroes because they don't have any of their "qualms" or "morals" and the idea that you can get a lot more done if you just don't care about dumb things like "principals" or "other people."

    People who like these characters are also usually the people who think Batman's job would be a lot easier if he just used guns, or that it doesn't make any sense for Superman to not just use his godlike strength to murder all of his enemies.

    I find these people frustrating and these characters dumb, and I will not be accepting criticism at this time.

    damn, calling out Dan Ryckert pretty hard

    90's anti heroes were often silly

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  • David_TDavid_T A fashion yes-man is no good to me. Copenhagen, DenmarkRegistered User regular

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  • The Cow KingThe Cow King scuz me ur under dog arrest Registered User regular
    Yeah RIP Neil Peart I know he was the writer and a bit of a libertarian (2112 has a thank you to Ayn Rand, well original copies of the album do it was taken out) but I still love the band partly due to being well a awesome early Canadian prog metal

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  • Werewolf2000adWerewolf2000ad Suckers, I know exactly what went wrong. Registered User regular
    I don't have a problem with longer videos (and also a lot of time).

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  • CoinageCoinage The Naming of Cats is a difficult matter Registered User regular
    Yeah RIP Neil Peart I know he was the writer and a bit of a libertarian (2112 has a thank you to Ayn Rand, well original copies of the album do it was taken out) but I still love the band partly due to being well a awesome early Canadian prog metal
    I think he moved away from the Rand later in life but yeah he was a hell of a drummer. I never really got into Rush because of Geddy but as a prog fan I have a lot of respect for him. The Trees is still a horrible song thou

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  • nightmarennynightmarenny Registered User regular
    Coinage wrote: »
    Yeah RIP Neil Peart I know he was the writer and a bit of a libertarian (2112 has a thank you to Ayn Rand, well original copies of the album do it was taken out) but I still love the band partly due to being well a awesome early Canadian prog metal
    I think he moved away from the Rand later in life but yeah he was a hell of a drummer. I never really got into Rush because of Geddy but as a prog fan I have a lot of respect for him. The Trees is still a horrible song thou

    Spoiler for a really depressing read. Don't open this spoiler if you just wanna remember Peart for the amazing drummer he certainly was.

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  • DarkPrimusDarkPrimus premium Registered User regular
    Coinage wrote: »
    Yeah RIP Neil Peart I know he was the writer and a bit of a libertarian (2112 has a thank you to Ayn Rand, well original copies of the album do it was taken out) but I still love the band partly due to being well a awesome early Canadian prog metal
    I think he moved away from the Rand later in life but yeah he was a hell of a drummer. I never really got into Rush because of Geddy but as a prog fan I have a lot of respect for him. The Trees is still a horrible song thou

    Spoiler for a really depressing read. Don't open this spoiler if you just wanna remember Peart for the amazing drummer he certainly was.

    That's from 1978? So like, plenty of time for him to have re-evaluated himself.

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  • nightmarennynightmarenny Registered User regular
    edited January 11
    DarkPrimus wrote: »
    Coinage wrote: »
    Yeah RIP Neil Peart I know he was the writer and a bit of a libertarian (2112 has a thank you to Ayn Rand, well original copies of the album do it was taken out) but I still love the band partly due to being well a awesome early Canadian prog metal
    I think he moved away from the Rand later in life but yeah he was a hell of a drummer. I never really got into Rush because of Geddy but as a prog fan I have a lot of respect for him. The Trees is still a horrible song thou

    Spoiler for a really depressing read. Don't open this spoiler if you just wanna remember Peart for the amazing drummer he certainly was.

    That's from 1978? So like, plenty of time for him to have re-evaluated himself.
    Yes, I’m just trying to providing more context. Especially because when it gets brought up the scope of his beliefs are usually downplayed.

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  • DarkPrimusDarkPrimus premium Registered User regular
    Fair enough. I agree that his views were less than ideal back then.

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  • PhaserlightPhaserlight Boca Raton, FLRegistered User regular

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  • FearghaillFearghaill If there is nothing but what we make in this world let us make goodRegistered User regular
    DarkPrimus wrote: »
    Coinage wrote: »
    Yeah RIP Neil Peart I know he was the writer and a bit of a libertarian (2112 has a thank you to Ayn Rand, well original copies of the album do it was taken out) but I still love the band partly due to being well a awesome early Canadian prog metal
    I think he moved away from the Rand later in life but yeah he was a hell of a drummer. I never really got into Rush because of Geddy but as a prog fan I have a lot of respect for him. The Trees is still a horrible song thou

    Spoiler for a really depressing read. Don't open this spoiler if you just wanna remember Peart for the amazing drummer he certainly was.

    That's from 1978? So like, plenty of time for him to have re-evaluated himself.

    which he appears to have done

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  • Ms DapperMs Dapper Cheers Luv! King's RowRegistered User regular


    I am all in on this ruining history stealth second season

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  • The Cow KingThe Cow King scuz me ur under dog arrest Registered User regular
    Fearghaill wrote: »
    DarkPrimus wrote: »
    Coinage wrote: »
    Yeah RIP Neil Peart I know he was the writer and a bit of a libertarian (2112 has a thank you to Ayn Rand, well original copies of the album do it was taken out) but I still love the band partly due to being well a awesome early Canadian prog metal
    I think he moved away from the Rand later in life but yeah he was a hell of a drummer. I never really got into Rush because of Geddy but as a prog fan I have a lot of respect for him. The Trees is still a horrible song thou

    Spoiler for a really depressing read. Don't open this spoiler if you just wanna remember Peart for the amazing drummer he certainly was.

    That's from 1978? So like, plenty of time for him to have re-evaluated himself.

    which he appears to have done


    Ty for both this, I don't need rush to be flawless to enjoy em and learning more is always good

    P wild tho how back in the late 70s you could talk about potential proto facists messages and nowadays you get silenced for rocking the boat lmao kill.me

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  • Kevin CristKevin Crist I make the devil hit his knees and say the 'our father'Registered User regular

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  • CoinageCoinage The Naming of Cats is a difficult matter Registered User regular

    For God so loved the lobsters

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  • DirtyboyDirtyboy Registered User regular
    Branch Manager Filbert the Beaver

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  • PwnanObrienPwnanObrien He's right, life sucks. Registered User regular

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  • #pipe#pipe Cocky Stride, Musky odours Pope of Chili TownRegistered User regular
    This video essay about guns in videogames is remarkably beautifully designed and edited

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  • PeasPeas Registered User regular
    edited January 11
    KOKIA - Story of Two Daughters 5:28

    Title: Story of Two Daughters
    Artist: KOKIA

    Translation of the Lyric:

    There once were two daughters, just apart by three years
    They both had different personalities, and their mother compared them thus.

    One is the moon, and has dignified strength
    The other is the sun, and smiles warmly

    Mother is the sky they shared, be it moon or sun
    the mother is proud of both stars

    The sun aspired moon's silent beauty,
    And the moon yearned for the sun's warm rays

    You two stars, so completely different,
    not even a chance to intersect
    It is a sin to compare yourselves to one another

    The mother's heart is one with the sky, both the sun and the moon
    shall shine in your own forms, under your mother sky.

    The mother's heart is one with the sky, both the sun and the moon
    shall shine with your own powers, under your mother sky.

    lu~lu~lu, the sky cries
    lu~lu~lu, the sky cries

    There once were two daughters

    Peas on
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  • UrielUriel Registered User regular
    A classic speed run for the flip flop pricing game

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  • BronzeKoopaBronzeKoopa Registered User regular
    Beavers are bigger than I thought.

  • BrainleechBrainleech 機知に富んだコメントはここにあります Registered User regular
    Beavers are bigger than I thought.

    In Curt Gowdy State Park when coming back on Happy jack rd. There was a clearing with a small car sized beaver {it was gnawing on a tree on it's ass curled into a ball it was at least 4" tall as it was taller than the car} It by in large was the largest beaver I have ever seen

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  • DouglasDangerDouglasDanger PennsylvaniaRegistered User regular

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  • David_TDavid_T A fashion yes-man is no good to me. Copenhagen, DenmarkRegistered User regular


    Top comment suggest playing it at 1.25x speed.

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  • GrisloGrislo Registered User regular
    Beavers are bigger than I thought.

    Look, personal growth and discovery is important, but this is still a pg-13 forum.

    This post was sponsored by LG.

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  • PeasPeas Registered User regular
    【初音ミク / Hatsune Miku】 It's a Dragon Party【オリジナル曲 / Original】 3:37

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  • ThatDudeOverThereThatDudeOverThere Clock King Registered User regular
  • DouglasDangerDouglasDanger PennsylvaniaRegistered User regular
    Fuck you, Paul Wedgewood

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  • durandal4532durandal4532 Registered User regular
    Poor Brink. I played for like a month as I watched it take longer and longer to find a game...

    Take a moment to donate what you can to the International Rescue Committee, the National Immigration Law Center, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the American Civil Liberties Union. There has never been a more urgent moment to do so.
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  • PeasPeas Registered User regular
    Nijisanji Clips #6: Extra Holes [ENG SUB] 4:00


    Warning: Might be loud for some parts

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  • #pipe#pipe Cocky Stride, Musky odours Pope of Chili TownRegistered User regular
    Poor Brink. I played for like a month as I watched it take longer and longer to find a game...

    I adored the character customization and the traversal, it was a legitimately fun game.

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  • GlalGlal Registered User regular
    Poor Brink. I played for like a month as I watched it take longer and longer to find a game...
    Ah, the Battleborn experience.

    The two MOBAs I put the most hours into were Battleborn and Gigantic. I sure know how to pick 'em.

  • ThatDudeOverThereThatDudeOverThere Clock King Registered User regular
    for me the fatal flaw of brink was how many of the maps just had these thin, meat grinder hallways that were more or less impossible to push through once the defense got set up

    similar games also have those, yes, but they also have tools specifically designed to give the offensive team a chance to break through (tf2's ubers and spies, overwatch's ubers, etc)

    combine that with brink's system of getting knocked down instead of dying outright (to give medics a chance to revive you) and the game could regularly turn into a lying on the floor simulator

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  • ShortyShorty JUDGE BROSEF Registered User regular
    I think my main problem with it was simply the fact that the game's map aesthetic made it really hard to see your enemies

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    I was legit hoping that Shorty was somehow mistaken and the world wasn't that fucked
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  • #pipe#pipe Cocky Stride, Musky odours Pope of Chili TownRegistered User regular
    for me the fatal flaw of brink was how many of the maps just had these thin, meat grinder hallways that were more or less impossible to push through once the defense got set up

    similar games also have those, yes, but they also have tools specifically designed to give the offensive team a chance to break through (tf2's ubers and spies, overwatch's ubers, etc)

    combine that with brink's system of getting knocked down instead of dying outright (to give medics a chance to revive you) and the game could regularly turn into a lying on the floor simulator

    I might be misremembering but didn't all of those hallways have a bypass accessible by the nimble skinny boys? So you could flank and split focus or take out important defenses?

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  • UrielUriel Registered User regular
    I miss

    Day of defeat source

    Something about the way it was a meat grinder of static defenses in narrow choke points that could go hours without a team winning to rotate the map made being the crazy asshole who runs and wins the match so much more fun.

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  • ThatDudeOverThereThatDudeOverThere Clock King Registered User regular
    #pipe wrote: »
    for me the fatal flaw of brink was how many of the maps just had these thin, meat grinder hallways that were more or less impossible to push through once the defense got set up

    similar games also have those, yes, but they also have tools specifically designed to give the offensive team a chance to break through (tf2's ubers and spies, overwatch's ubers, etc)

    combine that with brink's system of getting knocked down instead of dying outright (to give medics a chance to revive you) and the game could regularly turn into a lying on the floor simulator

    I might be misremembering but didn't all of those hallways have a bypass accessible by the nimble skinny boys? So you could flank and split focus or take out important defenses?

    in theory yes but in practice not so much

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