JasonR86's forum posts

#1 Posted by JasonR86 (9707 posts) -

@saoakden:

Sonic 1, 2, 3, and Knuckles for the Genesis.

Sonic 1 and 2 for Master System/Game Gear.

Sonic CD for Sega-CD or the HD remake for XBLA and PSN.

The GBA Sonic games. I can't speak to the PSP and DS Sonic games.

Those are the good Sonic games that I've played. I haven't played all of the newer Sonic games but, of the ones that I have played, there are parts I like and parts I don't like. But none have been 'good'.

#2 Posted by JasonR86 (9707 posts) -

@ZombiePie:

Eating a large pizza solo was among one of the dumbest things I had ever done.

Then I did it again.

Then I did it last week.

I'm a fucking moron you know that?

#3 Posted by JasonR86 (9707 posts) -

@benson said:

@JasonR86 said:

@benson said:

@JasonR86 said:

Fair warning. I'll consider anyone who acts disrespectful on here, to a man who is dead and has left behind children without a father and a widowed wife, a son of a bitch and entirely worthless as a human being.

I see no reason to be respectful of people who gleefully wish me dead, sorry.

Not being disrespectful is not the same as being respectful.

So what would you call it then, indifferent? I can't just be indifferent towards people who represent everything I hate and act like I'm not happy to see them go. I'm willing to bet that, like me, you felt a little bit happy when Kim-Jon Il died, didn't you?

Also since now you consider me to be "a son of a bitch and entirely worthless as a human being", what would happen if I died? Would you suddenly turn around and change your feelings about me?

I didn't. And I'm not just saying that to prove a point. I find it depressing. With Kim-Jon, what I thought of was how a person had wasted the position he had been given in such a huge way. I thought his life was a waste. But I wasn't happy.

I think there are a ton of different reactions to death. Acting cheerful or glad or in any other way that is disrespectful is, to me, amazingly distasteful. As for you, my language was a bit dramatic (the internet, right?). I don't consider you a son of a bitch or worthless as a human being. I don't know you. I also don't know how honestly you believe your cheerfulness about the death of this man. But, to be honest, if you are truly happy that this man is dead then I am disappointed. But you don't know me and I don't know you so that's that I guess. Don't take it personal. I'm not taking people getting on me personally either.

#4 Posted by JasonR86 (9707 posts) -

@benson said:

@JasonR86 said:

Fair warning. I'll consider anyone who acts disrespectful on here, to a man who is dead and has left behind children without a father and a widowed wife, a son of a bitch and entirely worthless as a human being.

I see no reason to be respectful of people who gleefully wish me dead, sorry.

Not being disrespectful is not the same as being respectful.

#5 Posted by JasonR86 (9707 posts) -

@damnable_fiend said:

@JasonR86 said:

Fair warning. I'll consider anyone who acts disrespectful on here, to a man who is dead and has left behind children without a father and a widowed wife, a son of a bitch and entirely worthless as a human being.

I'm sure people are terrified that they might offend a stranger on the internet. "fair warning"? really? :/

My opinion is highly regarded everywhere I go.

@SeriouslyNow said:

@JasonR86 said:

Fair warning. I'll consider anyone who acts disrespectful on here, to a man who is dead and has left behind children without a father and a widowed wife, a son of a bitch and entirely worthless as a human being.

People who die aren't automagically afforded respect. Respect is earned. I feel sorry for the loss of his family but as for the rest of us, I'm glad he's gone. He was a cancer on society and he is everything that is wrong with the media circus that is American politics. You really shouldn't be threatening people with your withering respect when they don't know you at all.

The last sentence is ironic as hell. Anyway, I think celebrating the death of anyone is fucking silly and childish. I find it distasteful and I literally have very little respect for people who do it. I figured people wouldn't like the statement I made. Granted because I was being a bit overdramatic and they would be focused on more so then the intent. But, regardless, I honestly don't care. That was just my two cents when I read the second and third posts to this thread. Take it for what it's worth (which I imagine won't be a lot for most of you but I'm ok with that).

#6 Posted by JasonR86 (9707 posts) -

Fair warning. I'll consider anyone who acts disrespectful on here, to a man who is dead and has left behind children without a father and a widowed wife, a son of a bitch and entirely worthless as a human being.

#7 Posted by JasonR86 (9707 posts) -

@Zacagawea said:

@JasonR86 said:

What a dumb idea. Just get to fucking Desmond already.

You seriously can't be THAT interested in Desmond. Just be happy it's a new setting and it isn't a fucking Ezio spin off again. Maybe the gameplay will be different, who knows. Sounds better then a reskinned Ezio running around New York, at least to me.

Here's the entire point for the series. The gimmick of 'learning through others' is growing really, really old. If they want to relive other's lives they need to come up with a better excuse then Desmond. For Desmond, though, they need to end his story and let him get into the action. The structure is really, really old at this point.

#8 Posted by JasonR86 (9707 posts) -

What a dumb idea. Just get to fucking Desmond already.

#9 Posted by JasonR86 (9707 posts) -

OMG! LOL!

#10 Posted by JasonR86 (9707 posts) -

I can't tell you how many times I've seen titties, clicked it, and instantly regretted it.