@headphonehalo: An anti-GamerGate person sent a syringe of fluid to a pro-GamerGate reporter. Plenty of pro-GamerGate people have been doxxed and threatened. The extremist anti side is absolutely as bad as the extremist pro side. You just don't see it because most sites don't report it, but jump at the chance to report an anti-GamerGate person being doxxed.
Ok, if Vinny starts appearing on Bombing the AM I might finally have a reason to listen to it regularly, a reason that overrides the fact I really have trouble listening to Alex's voice. Yep i'm an ass hole.
It appears Australian Classification (formerly OFLC) also has no references to homosexuality. Which is weird because our government has taken some serious steps backwards with regards to it's social policy lately (mostly to do with "boat people" though, "the gays").
@amafi: I wasn't aware of this to tell you the truth. I've done it now though, entirely in VB script (no longer using the batch file). If I quit steam it launches straight into Explorer anyway, besides it was fun to stuff around with.
@xyzygy: No, unfortunately it's not as neat as that, it pops up a console window with the prompt. You don't have to reboot and press N if you want to access the desktop, there are a couple of ways you can get there. The easiest way is to exit steam and that will finish running the batch and then start explorer, alternatively you can Alt+Ctrl+Del and launch the task manager and go to File>Run New Task and enter "explorer.exe" in the dialog.
I think the console window will need to stay open as well otherwise the rest of the batch script won't execute.
@xyzygy: I had already had a look at the first post of that thread to get Steam Big Picture loading as a shell. However I didn't have much of a look through the comments to tell you the truth, but at your advice, I did. There wasn't a solution to my specific problem but it did give me some ideas on what I could do.
So after about 12 hours of research and a lot of fumbling about, I wrote a batch script and used it in place of the steam executable for the shell.
Just copy and paste this script into a new .bat file and call it whatever you want.
CHOICE /T 10 /D Y /M "Launch Steam in Big Picture mode?"
IF ERRORLEVEL 2 GOTO End
IF ERRORLEVEL 1 GOTO LoadSBP
CD "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\"
What the script does is ask if you want to load straight to SBP or not, after 10 seconds it loads SBP automatically. Press N to load windows normally. This isn't quite what I wanted but it does the job.