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A sincere thank you for giving us a "chance" ( ;)?) to appreciate your dog's cuteness.
Mar 28, 2017 8:01 PM
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BigwigYeah, short jokes. Make one about us being gay next.

In Dyne's pic, I saw you as the bottom midget.

Definitely. I'm the baddest 5'6er on the forums.
Mar 28, 2017 7:59 PM
BigwigI mean, rereading the thread, I was being totally reasonable. But because I didn't jump all over the dick of every techie/green/socialist's favorite capitalist you got mad. You got mad like the fucking cunt you are.

What you were going is the same thing you always do. I mean, as your edit clearly shows, you didn't even bother to read the actual idea behind the company before weighing in on it. If you think obvious statements about Musk's limitations are getting me riled up because I'm a some kind of fan boy, you're wrong. What I find annoying is your go to dismissive attitude about everything, including things you haven't even bothered to read up on, and then your fall back defensiveness when what you're doing is pointed out. Serious question: why do you post at this forum anymore? You seem so tired.
Mar 28, 2017 7:55 PM
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ZubenIt's almost like he wants to build the tech to make his ambitions possible.

I want to be King.

That's a stupid analogy, but in keeping with your input thus far.

And this is your schtick. Somebody points something out (that's fairly obvious) and because it doesn't align directly with your position you go straight to hyperbole. Because you're a cunt.

And this is your shtick. You come into threads to tell people why they shouldn't be interested in the things they are interested in and whenever your shittyness is pointed out you go straight to calling them a cunt. Because you've been a one-note shit poster for years now. We get it, Musk's ambitions aren't realizable by current tech (WOW! That's why they are ambitions related to developing tech). Now that you've dropped that truth nugget on us, seriously, fuck off.
Mar 28, 2017 2:39 AM
Please stop that. This thread is about dogs, not dawgs.
Mar 28, 2017 2:24 AM
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ZubenIt's almost like he wants to build the tech to make his ambitions possible.

I want to be King.

That's a stupid analogy, but in keeping with your input thus far.
Mar 28, 2017 2:23 AM
In this thread.
Mar 28, 2017 2:10 AM
It's almost like he wants to build the tech to make his ambitions possible.
Mar 28, 2017 2:09 AM
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BigwigWhile clearly brilliant, Musk's ambitions are too far ahead of technology. I mean, he ain't putting humans on Mars in a decade (prediction: nor will anybody) and he ain't mapping the human brain into software before he's dead.

EDIT--I guess that isn't what he's trying with the latter example, per se. Directly linking the human brain with technology has already been done in many respects. Obviously he's just expanding on that. Still, while I admire Musk, he's got a huckster quality to him that seems obvious. And while I think that's fine, it gets a little eyerolly at times.

Tesla and Space X have both made significant strides in their respective areas of tech. It's likely this project will as well.?

I wouldn't be surprised. I want to be clear: Musk is a good human. More of him is good. I just feel that he's built a bit of a cult of personality that will drive investment capital past it's actual worth. He's a damn good salesman. But he's also not capable of miracles.

Not capable of miracles you say? Hold on, I'm writing this down.
Mar 28, 2017 1:51 AM
Who actually doesn't do drugs because their lease says not to??
Mar 28, 2017 1:29 AM
BigwigWhile clearly brilliant, Musk's ambitions are too far ahead of technology. I mean, he ain't putting humans on Mars in a decade (prediction: nor will anybody) and he ain't mapping the human brain into software before he's dead.

EDIT--I guess that isn't what he's trying with the latter example, per se. Directly linking the human brain with technology has already been done in many respects. Obviously he's just expanding on that. Still, while I admire Musk, he's got a huckster quality to him that seems obvious. And while I think that's fine, it gets a little eyerolly at times.

Tesla and Space X have both made significant strides in their respective areas of tech. It's likely this project will as well.?
Mar 28, 2017 1:19 AM
And it's aim is to produce technology that will allow our brains to interface with computers directly. Sometimes I wish I was born 20 years from now, just so I could be hitting the age I am now 60 years from now and seeing what kind of things are in store for us.

http://www.sfgate.com/technology/businessinsider/article/Elon-Musk-has-launched-a-company-that-hopes-to-11031349.php
Mar 28, 2017 12:24 AM
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MeowGod, she voted for Trump, she didn't call ICE on him. Fucking god.

What she did was far, far, far worse than call ICE on him. It would have been kinder to merely do that. At least that way she would have ruined only her family.? If I had the money I would gladly put up a billboard accross from her house that read 'Your husband deportation is partially your fault" to remind the stupid bitch of what she did.

Democracy is predicated on the notion that ultimatle authority rest with the public, and voting is the means by which the public let's its preferences be known and use that authority. In any reasonable understanding of this I have seen voting is a moral act. She is not resolved of the responsability of wrecking her family because she got suckered by the most obivous con man to ever live. If I was her husband, I would have ended the marriage as soon as I learned of her voting this way. (And for the record, I have ended family relationships both over gay rights and Trump. the political is the personal). Voters are responsbile for the policy they help put in place, and ignorance is no excuse.

I am so serious about this that I have prayed to God to forgive for the innocent blood I helped Obama shed. And more to the point, I had to be drunk, literally, to vote for Clinton because her all to predictable hawkish action would have been on me to some degree.

She didn't call ICE? fuck that. She authorized ICE to use their power.

uuuuuuuuunnnnnnnnnnnggghhh

compelling counterargument!

i gave it the effort it deserved :-)

http://press.princeton.edu/chapters/i9464.pdf

https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/voting/#3

I'm not saying anything radical at all. It basically is agreed? by all that voting is a moral act and voters are? morally responsible for the way they vote.

But do continue to act as if I don't know my field.

Of course you don't know your "field". You're a genuine idiot.

Your use of quotation marks here is very Trumpian English grad.?

Actually, unless by "Trumpian" you mean 100% correct usage, you're wrong.?
Mar 27, 2017 3:08 PM
It's too bad Kelly doesn't have the money to buy a billboard over that woman's house. I guess he spent it all on sex with prostitutes to try and ease his loneliness.
Mar 26, 2017 7:54 PM
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MeowGod, she voted for Trump, she didn't call ICE on him. Fucking god.

What she did was far, far, far worse than call ICE on him. It would have been kinder to merely do that. At least that way she would have ruined only her family.? If I had the money I would gladly put up a billboard accross from her house that read 'Your husband deportation is partially your fault" to remind the stupid bitch of what she did.

Democracy is predicated on the notion that ultimatle authority rest with the public, and voting is the means by which the public let's its preferences be known and use that authority. In any reasonable understanding of this I have seen voting is a moral act. She is not resolved of the responsability of wrecking her family because she got suckered by the most obivous con man to ever live. If I was her husband, I would have ended the marriage as soon as I learned of her voting this way. (And for the record, I have ended family relationships both over gay rights and Trump. the political is the personal). Voters are responsbile for the policy they help put in place, and ignorance is no excuse.

I am so serious about this that I have prayed to God to forgive for the innocent blood I helped Obama shed. And more to the point, I had to be drunk, literally, to vote for Clinton because her all to predictable hawkish action would have been on me to some degree.

She didn't call ICE? fuck that. She authorized ICE to use their power.

uuuuuuuuunnnnnnnnnnnggghhh

compelling counterargument!

i gave it the effort it deserved :-)

http://press.princeton.edu/chapters/i9464.pdf

https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/voting/#3

I'm not saying anything radical at all. It basically is agreed? by all that voting is a moral act and voters are? morally responsible for the way they vote.

But do continue to act as if I don't know my field.

Of course you don't know your "field". You're a genuine idiot.
Mar 26, 2017 7:52 PM
Good question EA, why is Kelly allowed to post here.
Mar 26, 2017 7:51 PM
Does how other people rate it effect how it is rated for me? If so, thumbs up or down s the way to go, because otherwise you have Rabid types who don't understand how ratings work and doing things like "This movie was pretty meh, so only four stars." A straight yes or no, like a fresh or rotten, is better for individual reviews.
Mar 18, 2017 2:51 AM
There is no real justification for this fight out of a freak show though. It does nothing for boxing, for MMA, or for either men's legacy (unless McGregor actually wins, then he'll mailk that for all time).
Mar 18, 2017 12:58 AM
BigwigDana White thinks it's going to happen. This is nothing more than a novelty, right? As a sporting event, it's a joke.

It is a joke, but McGregor's chances aren't non-existent. He has good precision and speed and genuine one-shot KO power in his left hand. He's taller, bigger and has longer reach than Mayweather. He also has years of training and fighting as a boxer. He's durable and has been punched very hard by people who punch much harder than Mayweather. He's 28 and in his prime whereas Mayweather is 40. They are boxing though, and Mayweather is one of the best of all time and Conor is an amateur at best (maybe not even, since his MMA training will, in many ways, make him worse at boxing). I'd say that Mayweather should be, I dunno, like a +1200 favourite, which is way better than a 1% chance or something.
Mar 17, 2017 11:49 PM
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ZubenI've never played DS1 but 2 was one of my favourite games of the last few years, so its really disappointing to see them follow up with something like this.

Well the first boss for Dark Souls is really just part of the tutorial. It's not super easy or anything, but it's not really the start of the game.

I don't care.

Alright. Good talk!

When I play Dark Souls I'll be happy to talk about it.
Mar 17, 2017 11:42 PM