Commented 1 month ago2020-05-21 23:33:45 UTC in journal: Gaduation? Gradumacation?! Graduation! Comment #102737
Nothing wrong with that, seems to be a fairly popular story with college attendants. Having a degree is a hell of a lot better than no degree.
Commented 1 month ago2020-05-20 15:18:46 UTC in journal: Gaduation? Gradumacation?! Graduation! Comment #102728
hell yeah

what's your degree/career plan?
Commented 2 months ago2020-04-10 22:33:04 UTC in journal: #420 Comment #102664
epic weed
Commented 2 months ago2020-04-10 22:32:54 UTC in journal: #69 Comment #102663
it's the epic sex number... what...
Commented 2 months ago2020-04-10 22:32:31 UTC in journal: #1 Comment #102662
Commented 3 months ago2020-04-03 13:21:50 UTC in journal: I modded my robovac Comment #102628
Damn Arch, just imagining the hours of tedious motion tracking and keyframing and it makes me realize just what an existential threat boredom can be.

That being said, my daily routine tends to be nothing short of mapping, fucking around in the house, playing D&D with friends and going for a 100% completion playthrough of every Final Fantasy.
Commented 3 months ago2020-03-31 05:23:46 UTC in journal: #6858 Comment #102610
Commented 4 months ago2020-03-04 20:57:43 UTC in vault item: Razorback Comment #102569
Had alot of fun playing this map.

Architecture was really great. Map was very vertical with lots of places for jumping around. Weapon placement could use some tweaking, though, I feel like it's hard to get my hands on a decent arsenal.

It had a lot of really cool little touches like the crystals doing a color correction effect and the chains swinging in the breeze. Definitely a map I'd like to see in circulation whenever we do HLDM.
Commented 5 months ago2020-01-11 23:53:10 UTC in journal: #123 Comment #102500
john deepmind part 4. the rise and fall of Jesus Christ
Commented 8 months ago2019-10-28 18:01:27 UTC in vault item: de_cocaine Comment #102404
Looks really nice and it's clear a lot of thought went into how much cover is present.

Only problem I would say is that the map is a little T-sided, since the middle area is so complicated and T's can easily dominate it to flank both sites. It was also a little unclear where the bomb sites were at first. Otherwise a really good map, feels like it could've been part of the official map pool for CS 1.6.
Commented 8 months ago2019-10-25 19:33:14 UTC in journal: Atomic Number 28 Comment #102388
happy birthday! you're a quarter of the way to the Dollar of Death
Commented 8 months ago2019-10-18 02:26:23 UTC in journal: What a time to be alive... Comment #102335
happy fucking birthday
Commented 8 months ago2019-10-07 17:16:09 UTC in journal: Need to leave Comment #102312
begone, apes
Commented 10 months ago2019-08-29 14:23:03 UTC in journal: Just one of those days I guess Comment #102228
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Happy birthday ya mad rat bastard
Commented 10 months ago2019-08-21 13:25:06 UTC in vault item: Hydrocompression Comment #102223
Damn good map! Very well designed and a worthy winner of the competition!
Commented 1 year ago2019-06-21 18:18:31 UTC in journal: My princess, Ivory-Rose - UPDATED July 11th Comment #102109
make sure to get her chakras in line, that third eye isn't gonna open by itself. make sure she doesn't breathe too much outside, chemtrails out there. keep her away from anything electric, as the electrical impulses might rewire her heartsoul. also, start her on a weightlifting program. i'd recommending Starting Strength 3x5, make her into a strong warrior.
Commented 1 year ago2019-06-01 13:41:00 UTC in vault item: columbine_hs2 Comment #102037
Commented 1 year ago2019-05-12 18:09:19 UTC in vault item: env_sound Sample Map Comment #101979
I love the env_sound, I need to make more use of it in my maps
Commented 1 year ago2019-05-06 13:27:23 UTC in journal: #1 Comment #101973
Commented 1 year ago2019-04-18 03:17:38 UTC in vault item: Metropolice Outpost Comment #101956
The level design is great. Everything looks and sounds great, and I love it conceptually. The difficulty is just a major turn-off, I've always got too little ammo for too few guns on too low health. Didn't finish this map even though it deserved to be finished just because of how anti-player this gameplay was. I'd love to see this map edited to let the player start with more weapons/armor, anything just to even the odds against the enemies.
Commented 1 year ago2019-04-10 12:39:32 UTC in journal: optional objectives Comment #101946
this would definitely be doable in goldsource if you wanted to.
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Commented 1 year ago2019-04-03 15:23:15 UTC in news: New Mini Competition: The Whole Warp Life! Comment #101939
man... this idea sounds pretty warped
Commented 1 year ago2019-04-02 16:08:35 UTC in journal: optional objectives Comment #101938
I've actually had an idea for a mod like this. Basically it would be a bunch of interconnected maps that basically act as a freeform open world, with objectives throughout that can be approached from multiple directions.
Commented 1 year ago2019-03-12 01:21:56 UTC in vault item: cs_stadtruinen Comment #101891
man dont remember em havin gotdamn AK-47 in 1945
Commented 1 year ago2019-03-10 15:39:43 UTC in journal: New EP, 3 tracks Comment #101883
Idk, I guess Spotify-linked vids can't play in Romania for some reason. I remember I've had this problem with some Canadian videos, I guess you have to listen to it on Spotify. or bandcamp works, too.
Commented 1 year ago2019-03-08 22:00:38 UTC in journal: New EP, 3 tracks Comment #101871
I drew it myself with a mouse in about 5 minutes. I originally did it as a joke then I discovered I kinda liked how it looked, so it stuck.
Commented 1 year ago2019-03-05 15:04:04 UTC in vault item: E-Lab-orate Comment #101859
Really great map, but boy that sudden ending sure made me E-Iab-irate!
Commented 1 year ago2019-02-06 20:48:54 UTC in journal: I'm not dead! Comment #101806
Glad to hear you're fine and healthy, fires are scary as hell
Commented 1 year ago2019-01-14 19:01:57 UTC in journal: #5 Comment #101750
crazy how Star-Wars was inspired by Flash Gordon, and then the Flash Gordon 80's reboot tried to ride off the coattails of Star Wars. wild how these things occur
Commented 1 year ago2019-01-14 19:00:05 UTC in journal: #3 Comment #101749
Again, this person; who i beat; heard from, again, never will.
Commented 1 year ago2019-01-14 18:59:15 UTC in journal: #2 Comment #101748
Commented 1 year ago2019-01-14 18:58:51 UTC in journal: #1 Comment #101747
Commented 1 year ago2018-12-01 22:03:46 UTC in journal: DREAM GIRLS DIE Comment #101652
can't wait to see the Dream Girls Die inspired level in The Core
Commented 1 year ago2018-10-20 16:35:53 UTC in journal: One of THOSE journals... Comment #101566
Happy birthday big guy

Here's hoping you can make it to last year, pretty sure that'd be setting some records in terms of age
Commented 1 year ago2018-07-27 20:33:38 UTC in journal: Dream Girls Die EP Comment #101403

Alright, I'mma keep it real with you Nine. There's no ska, and I'm not the one who put that on the basement grindhouse bandcamp. It's a sickening marketing ploy being used by corporate hacks to bring in listeners.
Commented 1 year ago2018-07-26 05:24:23 UTC in journal: Dream Girls Die EP Comment #101399

It's based on a true story, my friend
Commented 1 year ago2018-07-12 18:43:04 UTC in vault item: Fallout Vault Door Comment #101361
This is awesome!

I once worked on something similar to this. If you ripped and scaled down some textures from Fallout (I've found texture packs for it before) you could make this look amazing.
Commented 2 years ago2018-07-02 17:07:52 UTC in journal: #6858 Comment #101339
stay out of my journal you damn cretins
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-26 00:39:34 UTC in journal: History Repeating Itself Comment #101310
Hey now mate, let's not get too heated or this journal's gonna get locked
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-25 04:30:33 UTC in journal: History Repeating Itself Comment #101306
Crollo, I think it's fun. And I think it's important to understand the perspectives of everyone you disagree with, it's constructive.
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-24 18:03:58 UTC in journal: History Repeating Itself Comment #101304
At what point do you draw the line? When it's your family?
Genuinely, I don't see what's so controversial about my stance. I've agreed that the legal immigration process needs to be reformed so we can meet demand. We need to know who these people are before we let them into the country.

But until the immigration process is reformed, nobody is entitled to enter the country without following our rules.

Calling immigrants inhuman, rapists and murders.
Nobody calls immigrants inhuman, rapists and murderers. ILLEGAL immigrants on the other hand, they very well could be because we don't know who we're letting into the country.

Defending their separation because they aren't American children.
American children get separated from their parents all the time. When a parent commits a crime and goes to jail, what do you think we just let the child piss off in the streets or something?

Trump signing an order due to public pressure rather than it maybe being an extremely fucked up thing to do
Another big problem I have with Trump, he does cave to public pressure often. I don't think there's a single person on the planet Trump hasn't pissed off with some of his ideas before.

Trump and his rich white old men openly dislike homosexuals
Maybe Pence does, but Trump himself openly supports gay marriage. Even if you think it's just for show, as long as he isn't actively creating policies that target the LGBT community then I don't see the issue.

are openly sexist
Is this another 'grab 'em by the pussy' thing or have I missed something? Honestly, gimme a citation.

People like to take Trump's "there are some very fine people there" comment and bend it all sorts of ways. The thing is, there were a percentage of people there for the "Unite the Right" event who didn't come expecting a majority of neonazis. The neonazis used underhanded marketing tactics to increase their numbers, and there were some very fine people among them.

/ is it just when they actually start murdering people that you'll say "oh wait maybe it's too far"?/
No, they've gone too far when they start putting people in jails when they haven't even committed a crime, or when the punishment for said crime becomes unfair or unusually cruel. The system for arresting illegal immigrants and deporting them is fine, but the system for accepting legal immigrants isn't yet.

I know you've got questionable views because you stood outside a university and wore a diaper because...
because FREEDOM!

Dim, I know you're right wing
Since when? I'm a liberal my man, just not a progressive.
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-24 02:46:28 UTC in journal: History Repeating Itself Comment #101302
Grab em by the pussy mentality seen as the norm. Treating people differently based on race seen as the norm. It's a collective consciousness thing and it's absolutely how things eventually get brought to extremes.

I dunno man. This past year I've spent alot of time with right-leaning groups on my campus, and there's never really been any racially charged or sexist sentiments. Hell, three of the leaders of TPUSA chapters were women, and out of my chapter at least two of them were LGBT and of multiple races. Half of the people I know who voted for Trump don't like the guy and think he's outrageous, but like him better than the opposition.

Trump's kinda the most hated person on the planet now, so it's nowhere near being the collective conscious. Even his own supporters are upset when he flip flops on issues like gun control. As for the white power marches, the alt-right thought Trump's election would be their big chance to break out, but they barely mustered a few hundred people for their rally that pretty much everyone has demonized. The only thing that "normalizes" these things is the media, who're getting selectively outraged about whatever will further their agenda.

Also, women will only let you grab them by the pussy straight up if you're a billionaire. Note his words, "they'll let you do it." Until I see some evidence that women aren't sexually available to billionaires, I'll have to take his word for it.
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-23 20:07:09 UTC in journal: History Repeating Itself Comment #101300
Oh shut up, you know I don't support Britain's government. Scottish independence, yo.
Count Dankula was Scottish. Court sentenced him a fine of £800 for his nazi pug video.

Everything has a progression. Just because it's not at its most extreme yet doesn't mean we shouldn't kick the fuck off when it's heading in that direction.
Come on Arch, you know this is a slippery slope fallacy. When the administration becomes genuinely extremist, I'll be right along with you guys with the molotov cocktails. Hell, a revolution'd probably be easy with how many guns we've got around here.
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-23 00:27:52 UTC in journal: History Repeating Itself Comment #101297
I think you've made some strong arguments here, Jeff. You're giving me a lot to consider.

I've tried to explain this to you before in other conversations but ethnicity doesn't cause a predisposition to crime.
But different ethnic groups do behave differently and there is data beyond arrest records that represents this. It's not because of their ethnicity, but it exists. To say that certain ethnicity have certain rates when it comes to committing crimes is merely observational.

sending them back to be slaughtered by the people they were fleeing sounds like an even worse option.
What about the ones who aren't being slaughtered? The economic migrants and such? How do we tell the difference between them? How do we tell which ones are and aren't criminals? The main point I've been trying to make is that organizing migration without documentation is a major issue and the solution needs to involve some kind of system to keep track of documented immigration.

As for your points on Mexico, I can only say that if a revolution hasn't happened yet, it's probably not going to. And also please don't say the phrase "Make Mexico Great Again" as that's very tone-deaf in light of the past couple of years.
The Mexican government is actively keeping it from happening. I'm convinced a revolution would be brewing if the lower classes weren't leaving in strides. Also, what's wrong with saying "Make Mexico Great Again?" Are we supposed to just sit back and celebrate Mexico becoming a worse and worse place until the entire country hollows itself out?

why are you not going all the way and saying we should have private police forces and fire departments?
I did say Pizza Defense Force, didn't I?

I could be Rothbard and try to say that we should privatize police and fire departments, but I think police and fire departments are legitimate because they don't entitle you to anything except the things you already have.

Nationalism on the other hand? You're going to have to provide some concrete proof of that ever making anything other than discrimination, war, and genocide.
I think a general pride in your homeland and culture is important. If you respect your culture and want it to prosper, you should seek to protect it. If you want to prove your value of your culture and ideas, you do incredibly things to set an example for the world stage. I don't think race should play a role in nationalism, it's when you enter racial nationalism and ethnic superiority/inferiority that you've entered incredibly dangerous territory.
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-22 22:05:27 UTC in journal: History Repeating Itself Comment #101295
Dimbark. Immigrants do not commit crimes.
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Pretty sure every group of people has a percentage that is likely to commit crime, but this is besides the point. The purposes of documented legal immigration is to ensure that only those who pass through our borders don't have a history of crime, and aren't participating in human or drug trafficking.

The people entering your country are doing so because they're fleeing the criminals. They are refugees.

So the US is not only the world police, but also the world refuge? The corrupt Mexican government has been actively trying to deport their lower class to the United States. Why? Because if there is no lower class, there's no revolution, which is the only thing that can fix Mexico. Mexico doesn't deserve to be in the state it's in right now, especially with how rich it is in resources. If the good people leave the country, since that's an alternative they have to forming a revolution and overthrowing the blatantly corrupt government, then things aren't going to change for the better. The country is going to get progressively worse, and the demand for migration to the US is going to escalate.

We cannot take this many immigrants, and breaking the law to migrate will only hurt legal immigrants. The only people who can make Mexico great again are its people.

The reason they're entering your country illegally (and as I've said applying for asylum cancels out that misdemeanor, legally speaking) is because your orange "god-king" closed the ports of entry, meaning they cannot enter the country legally via the ground.

I agree with you on this. This is what I don't like about Trump and I hope he fixes it. Immigration should be a smoother process, and we need to get rid of the quota systems that are in place because the demand is very excessive. But, if you are a citizen of any country, you are not entitled to entry of any other country without their express permission.

/ (and as I've said applying for asylum cancels out that misdemeanor, legally speaking)/
Yeah, but what do we do when an excessive amount of them apply for asylum, and turn out to not be eligible as refugees?

because your orange "god-king"
imagine judging people by the color of their skin

These people just want a new life safe from tyranny and oppression.
Yeah, and I'm supportive of these immigrants and the points you make further on. Immigration is beneficial to our economy, and we need a functioning system that is capable of bending to the demand for entry. Nobody disagrees with this. What people do disagree with is letting people in when we don't know who they are.

Instead your government is spending more money than I pay a month in rent, per person, daily, to lock them away. This doesn't help them, it doesn't help you, and it wastes an inordinate amount of your taxpayer money that could be spent doing something useful like fixing your crumbling infrastructure or funding a national healthcare plan.
Well, now we've got Domino's pizza paving our roads. Hopefully they'll start paying for our healthcare next, and then the private Dominos pizza police force can make sure my pizza is protected. In all seriousness, I think the government should stick to enforcing the law and leave the free markets to solve these issues. I've been reading up on Rothbard, if you couldn't tell btw

If this decision was really about "America First" the Trump administration would be welcoming these people with open arms. It's not about helping America. It's about getting rid of the "filthy brown people".

I think at the end of the day, this comes to values. I value the people of my country, and I think the people of any country should value their people as well. Nationalism and competition between nations has created a lot of progress in our world socially and economically. As per this ideology, I think it's in America's best interest to have a better filtering system for legal immigration to ensure the best for our people and economy. And I think it's in Mexico's best interest to have an undivided lower class that can overthrow their current system and replace it.

I hope I've done a better job at spelling out some of my points, and I wanna hear your refutations.
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-22 21:25:14 UTC in journal: History Repeating Itself Comment #101293
Nazis in the White House, kids buying into it.

Tell me when we start systematically killing people based on their race, or when we start detaining documented legal immigrants and citizens.

At least we don't have gag orders or limitations on speech like in your country, and least the rule of law here doesn't bow to anyone because of their race.
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-22 19:05:56 UTC in journal: History Repeating Itself Comment #101290
So what's the proposed solution? I'd agree that we should probably step up and make the facilities more adequate, and dedicate some more resources to make deportation a quick and speedy process.

The reason Trump calls people "murderers and rapists" is because when an immigrant is undocumented, some of them literally could be and we would have no way in knowing. That's kind of the point of a documented immigration system, to keep these kinds of people out of the country, as criminals may be disproportionately more likely to want to leave their homeland to evade the police. If we don't have a solid system to keep track of these people and make sure we know who they are before we let them into the country, then a lot of terrible things can pass through the border.
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-20 21:28:58 UTC in journal: History Repeating Itself Comment #101285

At time of posting, an hour ago the president signed an executive order to stop separating children from their parents. Hopefully this is a big step in resolving this terrible situation.
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-20 17:15:35 UTC in journal: History Repeating Itself Comment #101284
C'mon satchmo, I know you're too smart to be this hyperbolic about what's going on.

Yeah, there are a lot of bad things happening. Children are being separated from their parents when they've been arrested and we don't know where to put them.

But are we really at Holocaust levels yet? Is gathering people who broke the law to enter a country and putting them back into their homeland anywhere near the equivalent of systematically selecting people of a certain ethnicity, whether citizen or not, and putting them in death camps where they're starved and killed.