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Post by Cptadder on Sat Jun 30, 2012 11:49 pm

Or the time Jeremy showed what a great car the Reliant Robin is minus one key safety issue.
And also my favorite top gear segment in the ten years of doing the new show. If you have eight minutes it's a must watch video.
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Post by Aonee on Sat Jun 30, 2012 11:52 pm

Did you see the one where the tried to repurpose a Robin as a spacecraft? It goes about as well as you would think.
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Post by iLateralGX on Sat Jun 30, 2012 11:57 pm

Cptadder wrote:
OAN:Why am I the first person to make the Stiggy is the Stig joke here? Every time someone calls him Stiggy I only see the Stig in my head and wonder when a Batpony started testing German racing cars.

I see somebody else has the problem with seeing Stiggy as an anonymous professional hot-lapper.
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Post by Cptadder on Sun Jul 01, 2012 12:10 am

Aonee wrote:Did you see the one where the tried to repurpose a Robin as a spacecraft? It goes about as well as you would think.
It went great, it got off the ground, it did not explode and while it may not have reached escape velocity, or not been space worthy in the least and was totally uncontrolled... aside from those... minor issues the launch was a complete success.
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Post by Kattlarv on Sun Jul 01, 2012 8:59 am

@Sindri: (mucus membrane) Well, I'm not 100 %, but I know it gets you drunk fast as murloc. But yeah, it depends on the medicine/drug I guess.

@Kipper: (spoiler) Somehow my common sense told me you'd be one to say that

@Robo: (mucus membrane) Oh hush now, you know you like it.

@Everypony: (Medicine) Was quite interesting, didn't look too much into it, but they seemed neat. At least the first one, didn't look into the other enough to know what it was about heh.

Also, why do people seem so annoyed in Magic TCG when I just disenchant, dust to dust, naturalize and overall destroy target artefact, ALL the permanents, even land using my liquidmetal coating's?
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Post by Katarn on Sun Jul 01, 2012 9:01 am

I don't know if someone would be interested, but I've found interesting mod for FONV. Video link.
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Post by RandomBlank on Sun Jul 01, 2012 9:26 am

Swicked, tell me you didn't name your kid Pinkamena!
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Post by swicked on Sun Jul 01, 2012 10:12 am

RandomBlank wrote:Swicked, tell me you didn't name your kid Pinkamena!
...mine is a boy, and that is stupid Yell

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Post by Kippershy on Sun Jul 01, 2012 10:14 am

Kattlarv wrote:@Kipper: (spoiler) Somehow my common sense told me you'd be one to say that

Because you love me enough to know me enough to know I'll say it before anyone else. LOL
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Post by SilentCarto on Sun Jul 01, 2012 10:50 am

Sindri wrote:I'm impressed, guys; we managed to go a whole four and a half hours without saying that.
Wherever you look, whenever there's a dumb one-liner, I'll be there. Wherever there's an obvious punchline going unsaid, I'll be there. I'll be there in the way people explain jokes, and when there's a stupid pun to make and nobody's making it, I'll be there too...
--Tom Joad, The Japes of Wrath

iLateralGX wrote:I see somebody else has the problem with seeing Stiggy as an anonymous professional hot-lapper.
I know what this term means, but I'm having a lot of trouble not coming up with alternate definitions for Stygilicious's benefit.
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Post by Valikdu on Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:18 am

RandomBlank wrote:Pinkamena

*FACE PALM ENGAGED*
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Well... At least it's a better name than Renesmee. I think.
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Post by Cptadder on Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:25 am

Valikdu wrote:
Well... At least it's a better name than Renesmee. I think.
All names are better than Renesmee including calling your son or daughter any one of a dozen lovely four letter profanities.
Besides I met/knew a Pinky once and she was named after the Pac-man ghost by her father in the 80's.
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Post by Ketchup on Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:56 am

Kattlarv wrote:
Also, why do people seem so annoyed in Magic TCG when I just disenchant, dust to dust, naturalize and overall destroy target artefact, ALL the permanents, even land using my liquidmetal coating's?
I've played an artifact deck against someone who could tap to destroy target artifact, so I never got anything out. I can see why people could get upset, but I learned from it and now have several varieties of blue counter-spell cards. Nobody has ever destroyed all my permanents before, though.
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Post by Sindri on Sun Jul 01, 2012 12:33 pm

Cptadder wrote:
Valikdu wrote:
Well... At least it's a better name than Renesmee. I think.
All names are better than Renesmee including calling your son or daughter any one of a dozen lovely four letter profanities.
Besides I met/knew a Pinky once and she was named after the Pac-man ghost by her father in the 80's.
I knew a Rene. Nice guy. But neither Pinkamena nor Zecora will get them through life without mockery, so you aren't even giving them the option to use the middle name.

Yeah, as a general rule anybody who tries to name their child something cute or "unique" is kinda screwing them over later in life. 'John' might not be funny, but it'll never be a problem.
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Post by Overlong Analysis Cobalt on Sun Jul 01, 2012 12:52 pm

I dunno, Pinkamena at least sounds normal enough. Sure, she'll probably get saddled with a weird nickname like "Pink" or something, and will probably just introduce herself as such, but compared to poor Optimus, Dovakhiin, and anyone named after an elf from the Lord of the Rings, it's not bad. There will probably be foreign children with weirder names in her classes who'll get picked on instead. >_>
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Post by Cptadder on Sun Jul 01, 2012 1:49 pm

Accept the fact that your child will be picked on school, it's going to happen at least until you get your kid some MMA classes and he or she gets expelled because some kid taunted him/her and he/she put someone face through a desk.

Kids today don't have it anywhere as near as easy as my generation. Pick a fight? Then it's throwndown time, long as no bones were broken you walk it off and go back to class. I got more time of for fucking swearing than I did for the time I went two on one with two classmates and had the fight won until it became became three on one and unlike the other two the third kid could fight not just copy what he had seen on TV and I'll be blunt one on one I would have lost vs him because he had a six inches and twenty pounds on me.

Anyway if you can't tell I love segueing to random stories like with poor Pinky she was a great girl but I've heard some bad names in my time, something that only seems to afflict certain nationalities. At least the trend for awhile in the late 70s early 80s to name you kid after his homeland went away. Sure Albert is going to get his ass kicked but you can call him Al, what the heck do you call poor Kwaku?

This of course never applies to Germanic/Nordic names as any number of Axel, Kurt, Marco, Max, Otto, Steffen, Viktors can tell you.
But pitty the poor Ruperts.
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Post by Ketchup on Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:45 pm

Children these days don't know any discipline. They get a strong looking at and its over, just like that. No repercussions. The anti-bullying programs are complete and utter garbage, because they don't actually care. Not that anyone actually behaves in school. Well, I do, but nobody else seems to.
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Post by Sindri on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:04 pm

ketchup504 wrote:Children these days don't know any discipline. They get a strong looking at and its over, just like that. No repercussions. The anti-bullying programs are complete and utter garbage, because they don't actually care. Not that anyone actually behaves in school. Well, I do, but nobody else seems to.
They do serve one purpose, at least in my case. I learned subtlety. No authority cares about the bullying, but they react immediately and excessively to any visible attempt at retaliation. So I learned to retaliate in ways that would never be seen or believed.

Mind games, mysterious injuries that nobody saw appear and could never be conclusively linked to me, resources on which they rely being misplaced or presented to inconvenient authorities, certain unfortunate evidence of crimes they did not commit coming to light, occasional clerical errors affecting their records in unfavorable ways... all manner of skills which weren't easy to learn, but very useful and applicable to many situations later in life. Better to learn them when I had time, and a decade of very good motivation.

It's educational to others too; if picking on as obvious a victim as myself caused so much bad luck, what could others do to them? Better to be decent to people.
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Post by swicked on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:24 pm

Cptadder wrote:Kids today don't have it anywhere as near as easy as my generation. Pick a fight? Then it's throwndown time, long as no bones were broken you walk it off and go back to class. I got more time of for fucking swearing than I did for the time I went two on one with two classmates and had the fight won until it became became three on one and unlike the other two the third kid could fight not just copy what he had seen on TV and I'll be blunt one on one I would have lost vs him because he had a six inches and twenty pounds on me.
Eh, it's really not just when you live, but where.


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Post by SilentCarto on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:28 pm

I have a question for anyone who knows a whole lot about weapons. Can you really spin up a minigun without firing, like in TF2, or does the action of spinning the barrels automatically include firing and/or ejecting rounds? Surely not, or there'd be no way to spin it down without firing for a few more seconds, right? (Or does this differ from gun to gun?)

Now, suppose you disconnected the motor from a minigun. Could you (well, BJ) stick down the trigger, then rotate the barrels by telekinesis and cause it to fire? Or does it need electric power for functions other than rotating the barrels?
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Post by Ketchup on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:29 pm

Sindri wrote:
They do serve one purpose, at least in my case. I learned subtlety. No authority cares about the bullying, but they react immediately and excessively to any visible attempt at retaliation. So I learned to retaliate in ways that would never be seen or believed.

Mind games, mysterious injuries that nobody saw appear and could never be conclusively linked to me, resources on which they rely being misplaced or presented to inconvenient authorities, certain unfortunate evidence of crimes they did not commit coming to light, occasional clerical errors affecting their records in unfavorable ways... all manner of skills which weren't easy to learn, but very useful and applicable to many situations later in life. Better to learn them when I had time, and a decade of very good motivation.

It's educational to others too; if picking on as obvious a victim as myself caused so much bad luck, what could others do to them? Better to be decent to people.
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Devious. But did you only do it to people that negatively affected you?
Quite a way to teach people to be decent, at any rate.
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Post by swicked on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:35 pm

Sindri wrote:
ketchup504 wrote:Children these days don't know any discipline. They get a strong looking at and its over, just like that. No repercussions. The anti-bullying programs are complete and utter garbage, because they don't actually care. Not that anyone actually behaves in school. Well, I do, but nobody else seems to.
They do serve one purpose, at least in my case. I learned subtlety. No authority cares about the bullying, but they react immediately and excessively to any visible attempt at retaliation. So I learned to retaliate in ways that would never be seen or believed.

Mind games, mysterious injuries that nobody saw appear and could never be conclusively linked to me, resources on which they rely being misplaced or presented to inconvenient authorities, certain unfortunate evidence of crimes they did not commit coming to light, occasional clerical errors affecting their records in unfavorable ways... all manner of skills which weren't easy to learn, but very useful and applicable to many situations later in life. Better to learn them when I had time, and a decade of very good motivation.

It's educational to others too; if picking on as obvious a victim as myself caused so much bad luck, what could others do to them? Better to be decent to people.
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My, you are some kind of badass, aren't you?

Edit:
While it wasn't MY way of dealing with bullying, my best suggestion would be to just try and be personable. Make lots of friends. Smile a lot and try not to isolate yourself.
In fact, smiling a lot in general tends to improve any social situation. It's not much, but it definitely helps.


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Post by Ketchup on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:36 pm

SilentCarto wrote:I have a question for anyone who knows a whole lot about weapons. Can you really spin up a minigun without firing, like in TF2, or does the action of spinning the barrels automatically include firing and/or ejecting rounds? Surely not, or there'd be no way to spin it down without firing for a few more seconds, right? (Or does this differ from gun to gun?)

Now, suppose you disconnected the motor from a minigun. Could you (well, BJ) stick down the trigger, then rotate the barrels by telekinesis and cause it to fire? Or does it need electric power for functions other than rotating the barrels?
As for motor, probably, but it probably differs from weapon to weapon.
And that sounds like a swell idea, but again, probably depends on the weapon.
Gatling guns with the ejection port on a static part would probably work, but ones with ejection ports on motorized parts might not. If those exist.
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Post by Sindri on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:39 pm

silentcarto wrote:
I admit to not being sure, but the integration of the firing, brass ejection, and reloading with the rotation of the barrels leads me to believe you can't spin without firing, at least not while loaded. To do otherwise would require disconnecting the ammo feed from the barrels when spinning up, and reconnecting it while they were in motion (or wasting hundreds of rounds by just spitting them out unfired). I think that real miniguns just don't take anywhere near as long to spin up or down as video games claim. And since they're generally used as vehicular or support weapons instead of running and gunning, the start and stop times wouldn't matter much anyway; you don't use a minigun for a snap shot against a sudden opponent, you use it to suppress an area, disable a light vehicle, or mow down a group of visible soldiers.
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Post by Sindri on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:45 pm

swicked wrote:While it wasn't MY way of dealing with bullying, my best suggestion would be to just try and be personable. Make lots of friends. Smile a lot and try not to isolate yourself.
In fact, smiling a lot in general tends to improve any social situation. It's not much, but it definitely helps.
See, in my experience what says "nice" to a rational person says "victim" to a bully, and "gay" to most normals. Not to mention that being nice to everybody would require pretending to be friends with a lot of people who are honestly just assholes. I'm polite to anyone who isn't hostile already, and always cheerful and courteous toward authority figures (it associates you in their subconscious with honesty and goodness), but asking me to be friends toward the 90% of people who aren't worth knowing is too much.
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Post by swicked on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:46 pm

Sindri wrote:Not to mention that being nice to everybody would require pretending to be friends with a lot of people who are honestly just assholes.
Welcome to the world.

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Post by SilentCarto on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:51 pm

Sindri wrote:I think that real miniguns just don't take anywhere near as long to spin up or down as video games claim.
Well, a M134 Minigun takes about half a second to spin up, but it clearly doesn't fire while spinning down: Mythbusters
And yeah, I'm trying to go by real world experience, not video games. I know that they usually don't start up until you start firing, but I'm wondering if there's a button to spin the barrels anyway.
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Post by Ketchup on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:52 pm

Sindri wrote:
swicked wrote:While it wasn't MY way of dealing with bullying, my best suggestion would be to just try and be personable. Make lots of friends. Smile a lot and try not to isolate yourself.
In fact, smiling a lot in general tends to improve any social situation. It's not much, but it definitely helps.
See, in my experience what says "nice" to a rational person says "victim" to a bully, and "gay" to most normals. Not to mention that being nice to everybody would require pretending to be friends with a lot of people who are honestly just assholes. I'm polite to anyone who isn't hostile already, and always cheerful and courteous toward authority figures (it associates you in their subconscious with honesty and goodness), but asking me to be friends toward the 90% of people who aren't worth knowing is too much.
Being polite is a pretty simple courtesy that people seem to forget. Sad, really.
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Post by swicked on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:55 pm

ketchup504 wrote:
Sindri wrote:
swicked wrote:While it wasn't MY way of dealing with bullying, my best suggestion would be to just try and be personable. Make lots of friends. Smile a lot and try not to isolate yourself.
In fact, smiling a lot in general tends to improve any social situation. It's not much, but it definitely helps.
See, in my experience what says "nice" to a rational person says "victim" to a bully, and "gay" to most normals. Not to mention that being nice to everybody would require pretending to be friends with a lot of people who are honestly just assholes. I'm polite to anyone who isn't hostile already, and always cheerful and courteous toward authority figures (it associates you in their subconscious with honesty and goodness), but asking me to be friends toward the 90% of people who aren't worth knowing is too much.
Being polite is a pretty simple courtesy that people seem to forget. Sad, really.
In any case I knew several people who were nice to everyone. Everyone. Smiled all the time, were always surrounded by friends. I can't attest to their life as I was never friends with them (no offense meant to them, of course), but they seemed to have things generally pretty together.

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Post by RoboRed on Sun Jul 01, 2012 3:57 pm

Cptadder wrote:
OAN:Why am I the first person to make the Stiggy is the Stig joke here? Every time someone calls him Stiggy I only see the Stig in my head and wonder when a Batpony started testing German racing cars.
Some say he can travel the shadows from naught to sixtey in less than a second, and that he can only speak in the supersonic range. All we know is he's called "The Stig"!

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Mister Frost's friend, "Darren" wrote:"I'm scared to break up with her, though. Her dad's an ex-marine; if I make her cry he'll club me over the head with a pillowcase full of doorknobs and Tom Clancy novels."

Sindri wrote:This is a thread for fans of a fanfiction of a fanfiction about murderous miniature pastel equines in a grimdark post-apocalyptic future.
If you wanted to stay anywhere near socially acceptable, you should have taken a left turn about three layers of WTF back.

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