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901  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: Sexual Deviancy and RPGFan on: July 13, 2012, 10:12:55 AM
This is you, Michael. Seriously, needs to stop.

... Now I recognize where Thoren's avatar came from.

Another mystery solved!

I was wondering where that avatar came from...
902  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: Sexual Deviancy and RPGFan on: July 12, 2012, 10:29:37 AM
... To be honest I was thinking it was satire.

It was. ;)
903  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: Sexual Deviancy and RPGFan on: July 12, 2012, 01:10:34 AM
When you say non-erotic that often it sets off alarm bells.

Ah, yeah I see what you mean. Fixed it. Thanks for the heads up Eusis. ;)
904  Media / General Games / Re: Your biggest gaming addiction on: July 11, 2012, 06:28:48 PM
Well, now I'm obsessed with the Suikoden Story line. Going to order Suikoden tactics so I can get a fuller story line of IV. [/cantbackslash my obsession]
905  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: Sexual Deviancy and RPGFan on: July 11, 2012, 02:41:08 PM
Dying. xD
Wtf is with MLP these days???  I don't get it.

It is a branch of philosophy dealing with the true meaning of friendship, the Philia, in which two bronies, or more, come into deep bonding with one another in a passionately intimacy that is only survivable through faith, trust, and love that is the basis of true friendship. it is in this, where the second portion of the title, "Friendship is Magic" exist, that presents viewers of all ages to receive the true meaning of friendship and its magical splendor that exist out of Love's closeness between two bronies.

EDIT: See below.
906  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: Random and Amazing Pictures, Please! on: July 10, 2012, 11:53:48 PM
I need this sign at my job, ASAP.
907  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Final Fantasy VII announced for PC, SE Store exclusive with new online features on: July 05, 2012, 12:20:44 AM

Oh Square Enix
908  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: Random and Amazing Pictures, Please! on: July 01, 2012, 11:12:53 PM
If you're looking for something of interest to read, read on origin stories from different cultures (origin of both creation and traditions/taboos). There's an Inuit story of the most sacred area of a [polar] bear's body; its asshole.

There's a book of Inuit stories you'll probably appreciate (and laugh incredibly) at some of the stories this author has compiled...

A Kayak Full of Ghosts

Also, for my contribution to this thread...

A nod of approval ;)

Not sure if I pulled the last image from here or not, but it's still worth noting how [ridiculously] awesome this image is. ;)
909  Media / The Soundroom / Re: Symphonic Fantasies Tokyo -- awesome liner notes on: June 30, 2012, 03:52:04 PM
A re-recording, eh? Which would you recommend purchasing for my listening pleasures? I'll be sure to look into your review/thoughts on the album(s). ;)
910  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: Confess your deepest and darkest secrets on: June 28, 2012, 12:59:14 AM
Darkest secrets? I wouldn't call them darkest, but...

I have an obsession with Time and [mechanical] clocks.
I like talking to everyone because I enjoy hearing about everyone and their lives.
I become obsessive when reading on a certain topic, almost diving into a monomania of that one thing.
I am afraid to start some of my books, because once I do...I know that it will end.
I restart video games often so I never beat a game, but enjoy the fun times of trying new paths and such.
Once I complete a game, that's it, it's over.
If some of you guys remember...I'm still working on that RPG maker game. I want to turn it into something more though...

I spend too much time online... (but that counts for a great deal of others as well ;))
911  Media / General Games / Re: Your biggest gaming addiction on: June 27, 2012, 02:14:26 PM
Rune Factory series...may very well buy a 3ds for the 4th one (as I already own the rest).
912  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: Education Today on: June 24, 2012, 07:20:10 PM
While we are talking about education...I think I'll just inject some manners/testimony stuff in here.

When it comes to children and how to behave in a retail store, I take the role as [manner] educator, as to teach them on what not to do in a store--as well what they can do (some people always forget that part). Usually the actual disciplinary action I take when a child has done wrong is not even with the child, but with the parents who allow their child to act in any way they choose (I feel ya there Lucca on parents too scared to teach there kinds life lessons, as I have to go to the parents to explain to them why their kids can't run in aisle 1 while the parents are in Aisle 13, as well deal with the child right there and then beforeso).

Frequently I become frightened when a child is disciplined by a parent for the wrong reasons when in my pressence. Many a times they discipline the child because the parents become embarrassed or ashamed that their child has done wrong, and rather than use verbal reasoning to tell a child what they did wrong--yes, it's possible to talk your kid and tell them the reason--they either scream or use physical contact on the child to 'explain the wrong'. Yes, because instead of talking with the child, hitting them cause them to see the errors of their way, bringing early enlightenment to the child in the way of manners and good behavior [/sarcasm]

I know this is a fast topic change, but I think it's relevant... VVV

I remember my parents using physical contact to raise me as a child, but they told me what I did wrong and why it was wrong, as well the results if I were to pursue that error. Did I do it anyways? You better believe it! But the fear of knowing the outcome of what was to come help limit the amount of times I would cause that error. Does fear work on raising all children? Probably not, but I know for me and my other siblings, it helped limit the amount of times we purposely made it in our hearts to do a selfish deed (while much of the error I made initially was out ignorance of knowing what to do, the rest--which was a lot--was because I wanted to do it for my own sake).

Did the physical contact they used act as a form to turn internal frustration into external, physical exhaust, or was it out of love because they wanted me to grow up knowing right and wrong and live with fear that if I did what was wrong I would be reproached by it? When I was younger, I believed the former with all my being; now that I'm 24, It became evident in my discussions with my parents now that they truly did love me.

I don't know, maybe I feel that because we aren't instilling both [loving] fear and enforced discipline on a child, they will do as they see fit without concern of negative reactions from both their parents and outside world.

There are plenty of people and/of cultures that disagree wholly with what I think, of course, but that kind of discipline is how I was raised that help me to where I am today. Was it a success? You'll have to tell me, I'm still maturing and learning, 'till death does me apart from this world. ;)


**If something I wrote above doesn't make sense, I'll explain it more in detail--as I understand I am not the most understandable writer (a working process I promise)--so don't blow your casket or grow veins on your neck in preparatory retort. ;)

[EDIT]: Had to get rid of a repeated word.
913  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Games you have "broken" or "how I beat the boss in one turn" on: June 23, 2012, 11:34:11 PM
Well, this may not directly be becoming a powerhouse, but it indirectly led to acquiring the best materials/cash very quickly in result of this...

Rune Factory 1: Mining precious gems in the caves and living like a filthy king

Rune Factory 3: Colette throws random meals at you/enemies. Don't let it hit you, pick it up, sell it (some of it is stupid-rare food only a prodigious cook like her would throw). I was able to buy water boots way early in the game and walked on water without needing seed/transportation thing. Bought awesome weapons/items with cash as well.

Rune Factory Frontier: Fishing Squids/Fishes in the bottom of levels net you a cash crop that enables you to buy whatever you want.

Rune Factory Tides of Destiny: Accept an item-retrieval request, get item, cancel request, rinse and repeat. Use this for a food item, like rice, making rice pourage/pudding [I forget what its called], eat it to regain stamina, repeat quest, become Level 99 chef within a day or two of grinding (You regain your Rune points and raise levels). Dont want to eat all your stuff? Sell it! Buy small fleece and yarn ball from shop for around 3-400 cash, Craft item that sells for around 700, profit! Again, raise level, make cash, make better items because you raised your level (and regained stamina from the meal trick): DESTROY ALL ENEMIES. (Honestly, I have not touched farming once after I took advantage of these tricks....

Final Fantasy Tactics: Samurai's Sword Catch to drop enemies accuracy by a ridiculous percent. Actually, a funny thing I'm doing in my FFT game right now; I'm trying not to kill ANYTHING except quest enemies. Yes, I am doing a pacifist run of FFT and have recruited every enemies after the 3-4th mission in the game (minus the ones you have to kill). I have only got to like the Marquis mission, but having a team of Mediators--one monk to revive those killed in the line of duties--has led to a pretty good time. So far, the [Peace] Army of Ramaza is always recruiting; will you join us now?
914  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: drunken impulse buys online on: June 23, 2012, 10:51:08 PM
I love that show okay?

(In an Irish accent) "OK, David, the Lord has sent me down to Earth to give you this debilitating illness so that ye may see him in aw his eternal glory, by finding a new life by painting religious impressions using only yer arsecheeks. Isn't he grand?" (White beam of light shining down on me Irish head.)

Hey, I thought the intro music was kicking. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKO7iX86XWA)

Yes, I own the soundtrack for this show :P
915  Media / General Games / Re: Super Smash Bros. Namdai on: June 22, 2012, 09:29:25 AM

In both WiiU and 3DS flavors.

I'm going to start the speculation at Pac Man.

...or a Gundam (though probably a Haro).

I would shoot that the multi-man melee will have you facing off 100 Zakus, the last being Char's. ;)
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