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Topic: Off-topic / Off Topic Official Hearthstone Thread

Originally posted by Darkscanner (undefined):
Originally posted by SpearDudezor (undefined):

why the fuck is a card game 1.3GB large

I guess maybe because it uses 3D models for everything.

wtf why?!

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Off Topic Official Hearthstone Thread

why the fuck is a card game 1.3GB large

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Fuck the system!

Originally posted by SoftHard (undefined):
Originally posted by GOLDBOT3OOO (undefined):

Calm your furry titis, battle.

Lol bots like you don’t have furry titties.

are you still working at that gas station with camel?

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Off Topic Official Hearthstone Thread

I might actually end up getting this. I hope to figure out some hipster builds

 

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Topic: Off-topic / ...Are you fucking serious?

I don’t know, your comebacks sound dumber to me

 
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Topic: Off-topic / pfffhAhahahaha!!! ;DD

lol

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Friendly reminder Vegans should be put in mental hospitals because Veganism is very harmful to your body, at least in the way most practice it.

maybe we should put you there

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Friendly reminder Vegans should be put in mental hospitals because Veganism is very harmful to your body, at least in the way most practice it.

Mental hospitals should be abolished

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Who should I avoid

Originally posted by aguspal:

2) The extremely old “Oldfags”.

And I mean REALLY old people. Think Lucky Star war era. They are all mostly too much of a jerks.

my fellings r hrut

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is your opinion on "Spirit Science?"

Originally posted by Immortal7777:
Originally posted by SpearDudezor:

Ha, it looks like my incredibly detailed introduction killed the thread with its overwhelming content!

So do you feel the same way about oil as you do steel as it is made from a dark element?

No – the chemistry is significantly different. Even pure carbon isn’t too bad. It probably represents something unpleasant, but it’s not the same thing as the misery of steel. I believe metals amplify and/or alter the effects of the non-metals that they bond with. If it’s a metal carbide, the effect is misery. If it’s a metal oxide, the effect is pleasant.
Oil is generally hydrogen and carbon, and I believe that hydrogen’s effects are either pleasant or neutral – I don’t know which, because there isn’t much for comparison (I also believe that hydrogen should be placed in the halogen group or somewhere “outside” – I don’t believe that its place is in the group of the alkali metals; I can elaborate on my reasons, but this isn’t the main point). So, hydrocarbons aren’t really problematic – I think their effect is pretty much neutral, although the ratio of hydrogen to carbon probably affects it to some degree.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is your opinion on "Spirit Science?"

Ha, it looks like my incredibly detailed introduction killed the thread with its overwhelming content!

 
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Topic: Off-topic / zam is the best poster here

Thank you, poverty ghost! Good luck, poverty ghost!

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is your opinion on "Spirit Science?"

I have other methods

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is your opinion on "Spirit Science?"

I don’t think steel will be removed with a book

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is your opinion on "Spirit Science?"

Sometimes I think I should write down my thoughts to organize them, but then I decide it would probably be better not to for my own arcane and EXTREMELY insightful reasons

ANYWAY! This will probably be messy, but whatev. If you are someone who thinks philosophy is a load of shit, you probably won’t get anything from this

One note before I begin – I think I’ll call the first three carbon group elements (carbon, silicon, germanium) the black elements, mostly for convenience

I think I’ll start with oxygen and the classical elements. On our planet, oxygen is present in every classical element in nature:
It is usually a major constituent of minerals. It is also always present, with very rare exceptions, when the black elements are found in the chemical composition of the mineral (and they usually are), kinda neutralizing the effects of these black elements.
Water – hydrogen and oxygen; oil – hydrogen and carbon
Air – second highest constituent of our current atmosphere; carbon dioxide – not pure carbon – it is again “moderated” by oxygen

Finally, fire. Fire is usually a reaction between oxygen and a carbon-containing compound (oil, coal, living things; there are other fuels, but it’s usually a carbon-containing compound). I see it as the clash between oxygen and carbon. A reducing flame – one that lacks oxygen and carburizes metals, and can be responsible for creating metal carbides. Oxidizing flame – abundant in oxygen and can create metal oxides. These effects on metals are of importance.

So you can see that in every major classical element (and together they make up pretty much all of the non-living matter of the natural world in the area of the Earth’s crust, except, of course, fire), oxygen is present. So what happens if you were to suddenly remove the oxygen from the rocks, the liquid world, the air, and the fire, but leave the black elements? You get a world where the rocks are steel, the rivers are oil, the air is…well…nitrogen aside, the carbon dioxide would become just soot, and there’s no fire because there’s no oxidizer. A planet like that may or may not exist (the carbon planet idea doesn’t mention steel on the surface, however).

The carbon planet idea doesn’t paint a pretty picture, and although it doesn’t exactly address the issue of how steel affects our minds, it shows a contrast between a world dominated by carbon and a world where oxygen is more prevalent than carbon but in a balance – that is our world…outside of our civilizations of steel.

Now imagine a world where carbon is suddenly removed instead. Have you seen metal oxides? They are fucking colorful, even the black ones! That’s what our rocks in this hypothetical situation would become. It would be like…an acid trip or something, I dunno, I’ve never taken acid, despite what I may lead you to believe.

I think that’s more than enough for now. Ask your questions, if you have any. This was a pretty long post, I probably won’t be as adamant about people arguing with me reading it. But if you do skip reading it, I suggest you keep your tone neutral to avoid looking like a dickwad.

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is your opinion on "Spirit Science?"

Tone is grossly overrated. You don’t need it to notice sarcasm and joking

Originally posted by Immortal7777:

Alright let’s hear the symbolism argument if you would.

 
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Its actually not, its a stereotype. I did it subconsciously so there was no harm meant…
And what you meant was Sexist… Racism is judging or treating someone differently because of their ethnicity or their skin color, while Sexism is judging or treating an individual differently due to their gender.

shiiiit, you oughtta know when someone is kidding

Originally posted by Immortal7777:

Let’s here it. What makes you believe that steel causes misery? Even if you don’t have pure proof that this is the case?

Putting my own feelings aside, I have some thoughts that involve archetypes, symbolism, the natural world, the evolution of humanity, order…I’m not sure where to start…

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is your opinion on "Spirit Science?"

Originally posted by superfastjelly:
what if it does invoke misery

How the fuck would steel invoke misery you fucking hippy.

how the fuck would you keep your organs in place if I pick my teeth with your rib cage before I’m through with you

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is your opinion on "Spirit Science?"

Originally posted by superfastjelly:
to group a huge populace of people together into one category will show your results to be very incorrect.

If the results being that my kids grow up to be like the people who have posted in this thread, they aren’t incorrect. The last thing I want my kid to be like is some autistic manchild who thinks steel invokes misery.

what if it does invoke misery and I beat the living shit out of you you dumbass friggin tourist fruit shop owner I’ll knock your fucking head off

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is your opinion on "Spirit Science?"

that’s racist
it’s like assuming someone is black cause they have an avatar of a watermelon

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is your opinion on "Spirit Science?"

Originally posted by CptEthanA:
Originally posted by SpearDudezor:
Originally posted by DoomlordKravoka:

Hm, a common material being a destructive but not malevolent presence. A single man knowing this.

Sir, the world isn’t your personal HP Lovecraft novel.

It’s not destructive, it’s a subtle effect that invokes misery
And it’s subtle probably because people are too used to it

I don’t know how much clearer I have to make it to avoid repeating the same thing over and over

Well it may be your feeling that its a bad element but until you have enough factual evidence to back your Theory up. It would be like if Gregor Mendel had presented his theory of evolution before he had enough proof to back it up. He would have been ridiculed by the church for such blasphemy but, he was smart enough to have enough irrefutable evidence that they could not disprove his theory. You must get to that point of enough evidence before the majority will join you in this idea.


I’m not currently trying to “prove” anything, since I have no real proof at this time – I’m only laying out my thoughts. I expect to find the proof during my travels


Originally posted by CptEthanA:
Originally posted by Immortal7777:

Alright when you find evidence that steel causes misery let me know.

She may never. Steel may in fact, just be an unconscious a phobia of hers (an unconscious one because from the way she describes it she doesn’t know why she is afraid but knows that she doesn’t like it. Kind of like a kid being afraid of the dark, he doesn’t know why but he just is). If this is true then in her reality it my cause misery for her. After all, she is surrounded by it because many structures are made with steel and same with many tools. Say you have an a phobia of spiders. But you lived in a house infested with them but there is nothing you can do to get rid of them so, you become accustomed to them. They would still seriously bother you but you would learn to cope with it.

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Originally posted by Immortal7777:

Alright when you find evidence that steel causes misery let me know.

I doubt you’ll be the first person I’ll tell if I find evidence
But there is plenty that I haven’t yet mentioned. It’s not really proof, but it’s “sequential”

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Does post count matter?

Originally posted by ToofFromDotd:
Originally posted by SpearDudezor:

Yes, post count is very important – the higher your post count, the more intellect you are. I am very highly intellect

Try out this test, and post the results for the lulz.

I checked it out for the hell of it and the first set of questions is already a test of general knowledge that has nothing to do with intelligence

 
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Topic: Off-topic / Does post count matter?

Yes, post count is very important – the higher your post count, the more intellect you are. I am very highly intellect

 
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Topic: Off-topic / What is your opinion on "Spirit Science?"

Originally posted by DoomlordKravoka:

Hm, a common material being a destructive but not malevolent presence. A single man knowing this.

Sir, the world isn’t your personal HP Lovecraft novel.

It’s not destructive, it’s a subtle effect that invokes misery
And it’s subtle probably because people are too used to it

I don’t know how much clearer I have to make it to avoid repeating the same thing over and over