FlamingHobo's forum posts

#1 Posted by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -

The only serious contenders for this title are Aliens: Colonial Marines and Ride to Hell. I voted Ride to Hell since Aliens is at least playable.

#2 Posted by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -

My friends and I are in the middle of a discussion about video game sequels that surpass their predecessors. We've come up with a few easy ones like Mass Effect 2, System Shock 2, Devil May Cry 3 etc.

What are your opinions dudes?

#3 Posted by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -

Awesome! Will be using this offer to hopefully convince my 'on the fence' friends about the game.

#4 Posted by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -

That's shitty but like other people in the thread I'm not surprised you've had this kind of trouble seeing as you're an international customer.

#5 Posted by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -

Hell yeah! Beyblades were pretty huge, at the time, in my primary school, same with Yu-Gi-Oh!, Pokémon, and Jackie Chan Adventures trading cards.

#6 Edited by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -

I just hope that this doesn't kill off any potential openings in Aaron Paul's future career. He's great in Breaking Bad and I'd hate to see him disappear so quickly.

#7 Posted by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -

I am against putting the devil's semen anywhere near myself or my food.

#8 Posted by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -

Ethical is a strange word to use when discussing the use of AdBlock. It should be unanimous that it is unethical to take away the income of sites/personalities that go out of their way to provide content for their users/fans with no extra charge (bar advertisements.) However, that's not why I use the extension, I use it mainly because it eliminates tacky flash banners and pre-video advertisements on YouTube. I don't have it on all the time though, I tell AdBlock to stop running on sites like Giant Bomb and various YouTube users etc. because I like the site enough to sacrifice convenience in order to support them.

So in answer to your question, no, it's not really 'ethical' but I don't think that's the right word to use for this discussion.

#9 Edited by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -

@ch3burashka: I've had the same thought whilst using torrents (legal or otherwise.) Thankfully though I haven't received any kind of 'cease and desist' letters from my ISP and I hope it stays that way.

#10 Posted by FlamingHobo (4769 posts) -

"You don't have any friends! Nobody likes you..."