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    Sticky: Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    It’s just as naive to think that the US is particularly bad as a country compared to any other country as it is to think that it’s the best. The truth is that people aren’t perfect, and no country...
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    We are close allies with South Korea, and having a military base there is extremely beneficial for both of our countries. No, we should not be paying them to have a base there, since its primary...
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    Re: Pokemon Sword and Shield - Galexit Edition

    Isn’t the reason obvious? Creating moving 3D artwork is expensive both in actual dollars and manhours, not to mention all the testing, debugging, etc., etc.

    They simply didn’t have enough...
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    Sticky: Re: Random News Article Discussion II

    For the same reasons that it was bad for this guy to cause deaths.
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    We are still way too far out to say anything is sure about next year’s election. But what is crystal clear is that foreign actors are extremely interested in hacking it, and that it is actually quite...
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    It’s going to be hard to get people to see from your perspective of you keep taking that tone.
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    It is tied to the NRA (executives) and Russia. Not surprising in the slightest that Trump is seeking help from them.
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    Neil is a smart guy and all, but I often disagree with his pessimistic outlook on life, the universe, and everything.
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    https://www.phys.org/news/2019-09-lurkers-seti.html

    Here’s another really interesting article about interstellar travel and an approach to finding extraterrestrial intelligence that has been...
  10. Re: Artificial Intelligence, Evolution, and Extraterrestrial Life

    Never played those games, but I’ve been told that the lore is good and extensive. Might have to give them a go one day.

    But personally, I think the differences could go way further than that. For...
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    I agree!

    I think that there’s a deeper reason to why we haven’t found other intelligent life yet, and it might have to do with the fact that a life form capable of interstellar travel would...
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    I hear what you’re saying and agree with you for the most part, but I really wouldn’t be surprised if there is more to it than that.

    Yes, the universe is extremely large, and sparse, but that...
  13. Artificial Intelligence, Evolution, and Extraterrestrial Life

    http://www.phys.org/news/2019-09-evolution-key-artificial-intelligence.html

    As our computing power continues to grow, we find that we can more easily model the world that we live in. This physical...
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    Re: The Promised Neverland

    I’m not an enormous fan of all the demon shenanigans, but I did really find it touching a couple chapters ago when Emma flashed back to Norman being sick in bed. I think it was the first time she...
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    The honest truth is that Google probably did skew the 2016 vote. But did they matter as much as Facebook and Cambridge Analytica? Clearly not.
  16. Re: General Fire Emblem Thread - Oh No! I'm Late for the Brigand Exam!

    I’m playing hard/classic and have definitely had some dammit, restart moments already. I like the divine pulse because that’s come in real handy for avoiding hour long fight replays in some...
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    Either your link is busted or the tweet got taken down.
  18. Re: General Fire Emblem Thread - Oh No! I'm Late for the Brigand Exam!

    My only complaint about the switch has been that the joysticks seem to get a little drifty at times, but that's easily fixable with some electrical contact cleaner. Some really excellent games for it...
  19. Re: General Fire Emblem Thread - Oh No! I'm Late for the Brigand Exam!

    I’m playing really slowly, but I love it so far.

    Anyone who has enjoyed a previous Fire Emblem game is sure to like this one, I think. Worth it.

    Maxter, you should share some of your favorite...
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    Re: Super Smash Bros

    Dude, Belmonts have nothing on the Kirby hammer flip. When that connects, especially on multiple opponents, it's like a dream come true.
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    Takto: The Democrats are stupid, Trump is playing 3D chess.

    Also Takto: Why should Trump have to plan something? He just reacts.

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    Sticky: Re: One Liner Questions

    Lately, when I am quick editing a post that I've made on the forums, if I try to highlight text in order to replace it with new text, it does not allow me to type any additional characters. Instead,...
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    Re: The Promised Neverland

    Something the series did really well in the beginning was taking time to really flesh out the central cast, including antagonists. Creepy faces were especially great.

    For some reason, the creepy...
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    Re: My Hero Academia II - Bhyyyyyyyyy

    Honestly this kind of ties into what we've been learning about One for All, too. Deku's new powers were running out of control until he calmed his subconscious, you know?

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    Re: My Hero Academia II - Bhyyyyyyyyy

    I suppose they would change in that they would be more self destructive, too. If we're really to believe that Dabi is a Todoroki sibling, then this might be more proof that the mental state of the...
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    Re: My Hero Academia II - Bhyyyyyyyyy

    Something Iíve been thinking is this: The people who really know how quirks work in this universe seem to be aware that the mental state of the user and their power are intimately connected. If...
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    Takto, are you even American?

    I ask because I seriously don’t think I’ve ever seen someone from the US spell the word “colour” before.

    edit: And, let's be real, "racist" and "Nazi" are words...
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    Just FYI, Takto, congressional budgets and spending are almost always made through appropriations bills. As in like bills and laws.

    That means that simply having a majority in either the house or...
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    Sticky: Re: Random News Article Discussion II

    Isn’t that what “since WWII” means..?
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    Dude, Takto.
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