There's something I've been wondering about lately, and since I haven't used this option in quite awhile, I figured I'd bring it up here.
But seriously, there have got to be some concrete rules or conditions a person should need to satisfy before they try and take a jab at people. After all, we've got stuff like this:
Which, naturally, opens one up to stuff like this:
Or even this exchange right here:
So setting aside the why of these burns being terrible (we can all pretty much agree on
There are those that espouse the mistaken belief that history is immutable. That memory is absolute. They use this fallacy as the hammer with which to strike down any and all attempts of those who try to leave their previous mistakes behind in favor of rising to a new future, one where those weighed down by past mistakes can reinvent themselves for the sake of their future.
But, as I've been subtly suggesting, the argument is based upon a faulty premise. The past is far from immutable. Indeed,
Hello again, Planet Bob, it's been awhile (again), and I just finished an 80s montage preparing for an epic bout with Apollo Creed. Which actually was pretty awkward, since exhuming a deceased fictional character is a rather tricky endeavor, only to punch him out.
Thankfully there are no laws covering the desecration of fictional remains.
At any rate, I'm back (again), and ready to slap everyone silly with my own particular brand of commentary.
New and improved Chron, now with a lemony scent
That being said, the situation surrounding the UPN was somewhat ridiculous, and could only have been considered a valid CB for a war if one reaaally stretched it past the point of believability.
I'm glad ODN did the classy thing as an ally, and settled it before UPN wound up writing a check it's Warchests couldn't cash. It's best to not let your hate blind you, as a Sith, because the moment you let that happen, you become weak and are therefore cut down by your oppo
I've spent the past month going around to various graphics-inclined individuals for assistance to no avail. It's disheartening.
I am attempting to have a .gif made as an avatar, consisting of two pieces of video, both of which are around 1 second in length, and the first being looped 2-3 times before moving to the second.
I am making an open request to CN for graphics artists willing to lend me some help here. I even looked up accompanying bits of video on youtube, and have links and times ava
A comment made in response to my previous entry regarding the definition of "reformation", which i think has an interesting relevance to the current Red Safari expedition being done by a large number of the New Hegemony.
We have here an example of a refusal to recognize Pacifica as anything other than an enemy, as someone to be kicked and trod down upon by the New Masters of the Cyberverse for their own amusement, or something. So it seems all this talk of "waiting for NPO to reform" has ultima
This has been revisited again and again over the years, but I thought I'd point out again for the sake of posterity that the conditions under which the GPW came to a close were born of practicality, rather than morality. I would go into it, but Im frankly no historian.
That being said, I do agree with the rest of the quoted comment. My question is, however, how do you determine what constitutes a sufficient reformation? At what point does it stop being a legitimate criteria, and become just an