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#1 Posted by Yagami (597 posts) -


They are. ...Well, some are. It is a few couple of people that is the problem.

#2 Edited by Yagami (597 posts) -

I like games. Also, I happen to like Jeff's post and fully agree with it. Also, my GB Membership ran out! -Panic-mode!-

#3 Posted by Yagami (597 posts) -

Open carry?


...What the fuck is wrong with U.S of A?!

Shouldn't that be considered a "disturbance" at least? There is no way that that should be allowed anywhere except on private grounds.

Anita Sarkeesian is a human I don't like, that doesn't mean that she can't be allowed to speak.

Let her speak so that others may laugh at her often insane words.

#4 Edited by Yagami (597 posts) -

@hatking said:

This whole thing really just feels like a way for a corporation to own a singer instead of having a person with that pesky free will. I hate being the old man, but I just don't get the appeal.

There is no such thing as free will. - We are directed by impulses.

Consider the following: You have an appointment to go to Giant Bomb and meet the guys.

You can go, or you can not go.

If the appointment is something that your brain finds stimulating, or exciting, then there is a great chance that you will go. However if it is something that you may find not liking, then you probably will not go.

Now, do you decide? Well, no. Depending on how your brain is wired, you WILL go to Giant Bomb, or not, and it has nothing to do with choice, but with who you are as a person.

Here: Pick a color.

Black or White?

Now, did you pick a color? You may have opted not to do so depending on whether you're actually open to this or not. The main point is, you WANT me to be wrong.

Now stop and think a bit about it. Why did/didn't you pick that/a color?

The answer probably is either of these: "I like it." "I don't like it." "I don't know."

This is where reality comes in and us as a human primates.

We perceive things daily in our life.

Believe it or not, this has tremendous influences on what you actually picked/didn't pick.

Allow me first to explain why you most likely didn't want to read this post at all.

You didn't want to, because the very first sentence is me criticizing your position on free will.

That's it. Humans tend to (however not myself) dislike criticism, no matter in what form.

By reading the way you put your sentence, I could determine that you do not like criticism very much, but you like giving it.

To make you keep reading, I mentioned Giant Bomb in bold letters within the spoiler tag and with an underline to keep you to read, because you, just as myself, enjoy Giant Bomb.

This is where you either say that I am wrong, or that I am right, right? - Wrong. You have the option to say nothing as well, which is exactly what you thought of doing, and will now say that I very likely am wrong.

The encryption of the person you meet, and to find out how he/she/unspecified may think, can be figured out by paying attention to voice, or in this case, scripture, and to body language.

Allow me to show and explain:

Pay attention to the young girl on the right.

Notice how she makes the first move. Notice when she nods, and when she "yeses", and how she agrees with Derren Brown. What she does, and is totally unaware of, tells Derren that in the end... she does what she does, which is what Derren knows by now and is why he stops her when she's about to open the box. Had he not stopped her, then she would not have had the ring and Derren would have her open it.

Also, you picked Black, most likely all who read this post from start to end picked black.

#5 Posted by Yagami (597 posts) -

They are fucking hilarious. Always listen to them. :3

#6 Posted by Yagami (597 posts) -

I'd watch it.

#7 Edited by Yagami (597 posts) -

1. That's not the anthem. As a matter of fact, we do not have one. - Swedes claim that it is "Du gamla, du fria" ("You Old, You Free" (lit.)) which was written by Richard Dybeck 1844 which is not true. I don't know why they think that it is, but it is not.

The plain and simple fact is that we do not have an official one. Du gamla, du fria is merely claimed to be, and is made no more official just because it is being claimed to be.

2. Other interesting facts are: Sweden is seen as a christian "country" from especially Americans for some reason. The fact cannot be any further away from that assumption.

Sweden is overwhelmingly Atheistic (over 85% according to Gallup) and secular, which of course is awesome. How the Americans fail to look that up is quite beyond me.


The only cultural value we have, is a dance where we pretend to be frogs, jumping around a flowery pole at midsummer singing "små grodorna" (little fucking frogs). (See below.)

#8 Edited by Yagami (597 posts) -

Sex: Non-identified, likely male.

Age: of Reason.

"Country": I reside within the fictional borders of Sweden. I am a citizen of Earth and don't consider myself as a Swede.

No. I am an Atheist and Anti-Theist. I work against it to remove it from politics and society.

When I was 7 and asked if I believed in a god, I asked; "what is a god?" - Silence ensued and was then told that "He created the Universe." - And I posed the terminal question which ended it all. "You said A god, are there more?" - Silence once again ensued and no answer was given. I knew of Thor Odinsson, the Norse god of thunder, but I also knew of lightning and thunder, and that Thor had nothing to do with it.

Later on in school, about 2 and a half year later, we were told about the Christian deity and the Islamic deity among many others. To me, the answer had already been obvious and I found it all to be complete and utter bullfuck. I even questioned why this was being taught because nobody with a sane mind would believe in this crap. This was met by laughter and a gentle pat on the head, and was rewarded with 5 sticky gold stars. Hahah, the memories. I remember it as if it was yesterday.

I later on, just a few years back, from 13-15 went on to read the bible and the quran. A well-spent few years. I am now more of a vicious atheist than I'd thought I'd ever be. I'm extremely confident in my position, but am, of course, always changing with facts and evidence. - I have never lost a debate once, and I find the religious incredibly unfamiliar with their own holy books, their arguments pitifully weak and easily smashed to pieces, and their sign of desperation, overhauling.

- Religion is a weapon for the powerful to control the dishonest of mind/not so clever/uninformed people. This sounds like an insult, and so be it. It doesn't make it any less true.

If you believe in a deity, you've failed to reason/investigate.

Faith - which is belief in something for which there is no evidence; is utterly destructive, and it saddened me greatly when Vinny, of all people, went ahead to say "I believe in ghosts". Sure, but you have no good reason to do so. - You may as well believe you can jump off an airplane in flight from a very high altitude without a parachute, hit the concrete ground with vicious force, and come away unharmed.


There is a total amount of ZERO credible evidence for a deity that is said to have created the Universe.

Faith is not a virtue, it is a failure to think.

Common sense, a phrase used a lot by the religious, may be just that, common. Basically because the common human is gullible and fearsome of death.

Over 80% of the world's population (and shrinking) is religious, so clearly common sense in this sense, is not a commendation, but an insult.

Now, to set something straight: I do not regard most religious people as being inferior,

however their religious beliefs (faith) is total and utter intellectual nonsense, and they have failed to reason that argument out. In THAT way, they are inferior.

Most? Some know religion is false and make money out of it. LOTS. Televangelists, priests, and so on... These folks, I revere viciously. - I regard them as inferiors not just to atheists and agnostics, but to the unfortunate who are deceived by these scammers.

But again, most of the religious KNOW that it is nonsense, and believe it anyway.

They lie to themselves, and that's not healthy, but it is what they do, and it only works against them.

A pretty recent scientific study has shown that religious belief is connected to Alzheimer's disease, so to be religious, is actually, physically and mentally dangerous.

Do I seem angry? Do I have a reason to be angry? Look at the world today, how we treat each other and you will instantly know the answer to why. And trust me, were all people critical thinkers, these folks would be pretty damn pissed off at the so called leaders of the world, and the overall situation we have.

I'll end with two quotes: "If the answer to everything is "god", or "jesus" or "allah", I fear to correct my pupils' mathematics-test."

"Investigate the claim. If it cannot be investigated, discard it as nonsense for now and await actual evidence." - Lord Bertrand Russell

#9 Posted by Yagami (597 posts) -

-Checks date...- Not April 1:st yet.

Oculus pre-order: Now canceled.

Also... Shit.

#10 Posted by Yagami (597 posts) -