Butler's forum posts

#1 Edited by Butler (384 posts) -

I happen to like the "Wind Whispered Never."

A lot actually, the more I say it out loud. The long title as a whole seems to clunky to me and needs to be shortened.

And disregard any use of "pretentious" in discussions. It's a simple and overused term used by pretentious people (har har har) to discredit others when something is out of their desired norm despite if their following advice is valid.

And as always if you like you're long title and it means a whole lot to ya, fuck our suggestions and keep it the way you want.

#2 Edited by Butler (384 posts) -

Sometimes they're just Brad. ;)

#3 Posted by Butler (384 posts) -

Guys I solved it. CBS is planning to invent their own virtual pop star and Jeff having clearly sold out, high on pipe dope and that corporate pape publicly denounced the blue haired robot as part of CBS's underground smear/marketing campaign.

Look forward to Hatsune Ray Romaniku next summer.

#4 Posted by Butler (384 posts) -

As someone who misses the concept of demos I for one hate the idea of paying for early access. Demos that were on disks back in the days of magazines and demos that were freely able to be downloaded on more current systems highly influenced my purchasing of a game. Any game that puts out a free demo gets few points in my book.

Paying for an unfinished product doesn't jive with me.

Don't they know how to sell drugs, the first taste is always free.

#5 Posted by Butler (384 posts) -

@jz: I thought it was pretty clever to put out a demo and not follow the pay for early access routes. I'm so sick and tired of that model and any game that actually comes out with a demo beforehand gets a few points in my book.

And 8.

#6 Posted by Butler (384 posts) -

#7 Posted by Butler (384 posts) -

Sweet cocaine.

#8 Posted by Butler (384 posts) -

Create don't consume.

Get a motorcycle.


Become a Renaissance Man.

Fight a bear.

#9 Posted by Butler (384 posts) -

Woo Degrassi!

I don't really have much of a comment after that. I un-apologetically love that stupid, stupid show.

#10 Edited by Butler (384 posts) -

We're all animals with a highly dysfunctional belief that our superiority over other species comes with perks like morality. We have devolved to question the actions we take for species wide survival. The puppet that closed the lid is not evil and the puppet that helped open the lid is not good. They are merely viewed as tools. Or rather variables in the equation of survival. The puppet that helped open the lid is viewed as valuable, not morally just, because it is seen as useful in the eyes of the baby. We have just labeled selfish actions (such as the bunny taking the ball) as evil because they interfere with the survival of the herd as a whole. It's more of a debate of self vs group and who benefits.