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Real Name Michael Rigs   
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Description ATI lackey - Hardcore PC gamer (simRacing, flight-sims, space-sims, strategy/wargames) - PC builder/troubleshooter (25+ years) - Weather fanatic (especially winter storms, blizzards and Nor'Easters)
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Signed On Sep 10, 2002, 02:12
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News Comments > Star Citizen Kickstarter Reaches for the Stars
2. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 19, 2012, 11:32 Rigs
 
"We can make this march us rich!"

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News Comments > Ships Ahoy - Crusader Kings II: Sunset Invasion
9. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 16, 2012, 13:20 Rigs
 
Dude, it's a game not a documentary on HISTORY, whatever lets you make it real, so be it. If it takes UFOs beaming Aztec warriors from Central-South America to Europe to make it fit, well, then, that's what happened...


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
23. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 16, 2012, 05:03 Rigs
 
So...yeah, still doing the whole 'close your eyes and point' deal, here's my self-destruct sequence...(please, be gentle!)

(gentle..gentlegentlegentle...funny word, kinda sounds like genitals if you say it fast over and over...speaking of funny words, who gets to make words 'official'? Is there a 'Official Word Officiator'? It's like now all you hear instead of genitals is 'junk'. Before it was 'jewels'. Who the hell de-valued my...stuff?! )

First off, I call the Bills! I'm seeing a slight upset of around five points or so...

Falcons, Panthers, Eagles, Jets (NYC, gotta represent!), Texans (because I picked them, the Jags will win, you watch!), Packers, Bengals, Cowboys (In memory of Dad, lifelong Dallas fan - who actually got tired of winning in the mid-90's! Smug bastard! ), Saints, Broncos, Steelers, 49ers

I'm undecided between the Colts and the Pats, I despise them equally. If I had a gun to my head, I'd probably go...Pats, just for the whole NE thing. Not for any actual legitimate reason...lol...Anyway, been finding this site a little helpful with my picks...

OK, business out of the way, I want to let you guys in on something I found while not being able to sleep tonight. I was bored and was just cruisin' the Net (I have a whole box of paperwork and bills waiting to be taken care of but...just wasn't ~feelin'~ it, ya know?) and decided to see what stupid crap I could load Chrome up with. (Usually I just play solitaire or Cargo Bridge) but I saw 'Battlefield Heroes' sitting in the list (somehow I had missed before) and thinking it might be something amusing for a few mins, I clicked to install it. Right before it did so, a screen popped up but I clicked it away too fast to read the whole thing. I immediately went back to the web page and clicked details and confirmed what I had seen ever-so-briefly...

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So, IOW, this thing could hypothetically take anything from my system and use it, display it, whatever and I have no legal recourse? NO WAY IN HELL!!!

I wonder how many other things they do this with, maybe with Origin? Everyone who plays these games should be made aware of what this means...


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News Comments > HISTORY Legends of War Announced
1. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 16, 2012, 02:39 Rigs
 
What a waste of #$%& time and resources...seriously, why do we have to have games that cover the same ground over and over and over again? How many freakin' FPS's have been about or started around D-Day? And this is coming from a WW2 fanatic! (Well, more the Pacific theater anyway, but still) It's obvious that anything associated with The Pawn Stars Chan...uh, I mean The Ice Ro...sorry, The HISTOWEE Chanel, is going to be an absolute disaster, so WhyTF bother? Argh...


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News Comments > etc., etc.
5. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 16, 2012, 02:33 Rigs
 
I didn't see Desktop Commander on that list...


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News Comments > Star Citizen Passes $3.5M
10. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 14, 2012, 20:46 Rigs
 
Mordecai Walfish wrote on Nov 14, 2012, 20:38:
New stretch goal!: 4.5 million

Reward: 40% more cowbell mounted on your first intergalactic cruiser!

It's yours, TAKE IT!!!

*throws quarters at screen*


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
36. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 14, 2012, 00:22 Rigs
 
This was from yesterdays discussion, but since the thread will be falling off the page in around six hours and I wasn't able to get back here until now, I'll post this here instead...

xXBatmanXx wrote on Nov 13, 2012, 03:34:
*riases a beer*

Feel for you. My grandfather was a huge blow to my father, and actually a pretty large blow to myself as well, as I spent every summer from the age of 3 to 16 with my grandparents. My father and I are best buds - and I know he has issues with losing his father, as they argued for many years.

I can't even imagine losing him. We do so much together, even later in life now, we enjoy each others company and shenanigans. I could only hope to be as great of a man as him.

Thank you, Bats. I have to say I have/had a better relationship with my mother than my father, as we argued a lot but that's mainly because I can't keep my mouth shut sometimes. He was the kind of person that would give the shirt off his back to any stranger in need...but was sometimes extremely selfish in regards to his immediate family. I don't hold it against him. We're human. I know he would have done anything for me and indeed did put up with more than most would have during my turbulent teens and twenties. I became a father at 18 so the only person I had to go from was my own. I've tried to avoid some of the mistakes he had made but sometimes I feel like I'm doing what he did all over again and have to actually look myself in the mirror and say, 'No, you're going to get it right this time.'. I think your parents aren't only there to show you what kind of person you should be, but to show the mistakes one can make so you can avoid them when it becomes your turn. In that, he did remarkably well...whether he was trying or not...I don't know...

He was able to beat prostate cancer years ago only to fall to pancreatic cancer in six months, going from a healthy 220 to 90 pounds in that time. I was there on the last day and I'll never forget it. In a way, I hoped that he would let go because he was suffering so. He was in a drug-induced coma, so he didn't know what was going on anyway and couldn't say goodbye. I know that he would have wanted to come out of it to say good bye even if it would have been horrifically painful. It just all went too fast for that to happen.

His death came three years to the week of my sisters death, which occurred only one room over. She was only 42, but she had been sick for a number of years and between that and the 10+ drugs she was required to take multiple times a day, her body just gave out. My father blamed himself from then on for not doing enough for her even though there really was nothing to be done. For me, it was harder than it should have been because at the time, her and I weren't on speaking terms. So nothing got resolved. My only choice now is to let it go, when I learn how or to bury it, which is what I've done.

Mr. Tact wrote on Nov 13, 2012, 08:21:
We also spent a good portion of our time together arguing. However, my father's death was effectively a non-event for me. If I hadn't needed to do a 250 mile round trip to go pick up my sister from the airport I would have been doing my NFL Fantasy Draft the day after he died. My father died just over 5 years ago (9/1/07) and I doubt I've thought about him a dozen times since. *shrug*

Prez wrote on Nov 13, 2012, 05:13:
I say this not for pity, but to illustrate the point even further that if you have a good dad, please PLEASE appreciate him. If you lost him, be thankful that the memories you have of him are good ones. Those memories are something some of us will never have.

I'm sorry for you guys, not pity, just sorry that you couldn't have experienced what I did in my childhood. I would have friends who's households were completely alien to me and I would wonder how they functioned like they did but as I grew up I realized that they didn't know any other way, so it wasn't a shock or something they felt had to be changed. My parents did everything and anything they could for me and I feel obligated to do the same for them now that I can. My father made me promise to take care of my Mom and that's what I have tried to do. I had moved in with them after my divorce in 2004 and I haven't left since. They were retired/disabled and needed the help anyway so I feel more like a resident butler/groundskeeper than a adult child living in the basement (if we had one...lol)...

Creston wrote on Nov 13, 2012, 13:20:
Then he goes and gets a HAIRCUT before going to the hospital!

He sounds like my grandfather (my father's father). He was one of them 'don't mess around or talk shit, just do it' types. He passed in 1993 and I still think about him and my other grandparents often. All of them are gone. The hardest was my grandmother (my Mom's mom). She was another tough-as-nails type and was nearly 80 but could still run circles around me any day of the week...lol...she was always on the go doing things. She was declared 'Senior of the Year' a few times too. She was the Obi-Wan/Yoda of the family, the wise one. She left a huge gap in the family that has never really gone away. I like to think they all watch over us...whether it's true or not, I don't think really matters, as long as it's comforting...Like I've said in the past, they never prepare you while you're growing up that you'll lose nearly everyone you ever held dear and cared about. Not that you can really prepare for such a thing, I guess, but still. When the time comes for my Mom, my daughter and I will be the last ones left on my 'branch'. I try not to think about it. I don't really know how the hell I'll cope with it...


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
22. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 13, 2012, 23:12 Rigs
 
*double post*

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News Comments > GTA5 Trailer Countdown
10. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 13, 2012, 19:02 Rigs
 
I was just thinking, 'We're counting down to a $#%^ trailer...my god...'

then I got the idea that since we've gotten to the point that we have to actually wait for a movie of a game (the irony of that is...just...well, I don't know but it's something!) instead of just posting the #%^# thing when it's ready...maybe, JUST maybe it's not for a trailer at all...MAYBE they'll freakin' give the civilized world a heart attack and release a DEMO instead...on the PC...first...

Yes, before you ask, I day dream often but I can hope, right? (only to have my hopes shattered into a million equally shattered pieces)


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
14. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 13, 2012, 03:01 Rigs
 
sauron wrote on Nov 12, 2012, 19:34:
Good dads are under-rated and often taken for granted, but you really miss them when they're gone.

Indeed, three years on for me and all I want is to hear his voice again...


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News Comments > Black Ops II: Stats Reset? No. FOV Fix? Yes
16. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 12, 2012, 23:46 Rigs
 
Oh thank ya, Massa...thank ya for supportin' my older playabilities, ya know after payin' $60 for ya game n' all... Rolleyes


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News Comments > Evening Consolidation
4. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 12, 2012, 23:35 Rigs
 
And yet you still click it...


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News Comments > Ships Ahoy - Commander - The Great War
1. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 12, 2012, 23:33 Rigs
 
Welp...there goes my weekend...


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
26. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 12, 2012, 05:03 Rigs
 
Prez wrote on Nov 12, 2012, 04:54:
Credit does go to him for at least having the guts to give the order, something that Bill Clinton failed to do when the opportunity presented itself. Think of the lives THAT could have saved.

I'm not getting into this bullshit argument either but for clarity's sake, you have to consider that President Clinton couldn't have had ANY idea of the threat Bin Laden was going to be later on. Like terrorism before 9/11 and terrorism in the last few years, we thought that nothing could really happen here on US soil. People said it was possible but, honestly, who considered it a legit and imminent threat before 9/11? I know I didn't. The WTC bombing, the Cole bombing, the bombing of embassies in Africa, fine, but airliners into the WTC? Ask anyone before 9/11 if they thought Bin Laden, or really any terrorist group would have been capable of such a thing and you would have been laughed off as an extremist. Once again this country is becoming complacent in the security of it's boarders and transportation/infrastructure. They consider Bin Laden and Al Qaeda dead, the Taliban to be a regional problem and IRAQ to be over. I don't think it's fair to blame Clinton as not having the foresight to see what could have possibly happened in a worst case scenario, which barring an N/B/C strike, 9/11 was...


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
24. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 12, 2012, 04:40 Rigs
 
jdreyer wrote on Nov 12, 2012, 04:07:
But he's an intelligent, thoughtful, deliberate politician who has accomplished a lot and helped pulled this country back from the brink of disaster.

It seems he's a pretty good rapper as well...


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
15. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 11, 2012, 22:44 Rigs
 
Prez wrote on Nov 11, 2012, 20:20:
The Giants are just being the Giants. The biggest fears for any Giants fan are 1) knowing they are playing a game that they should win handily, 2) watching them playing with a big lead, or 3) knowing they are playing the Cowboys. Loss is almost guaranteed in each case.

Indeed, but it doesn't make it any less cringe-worthy... Wreck

On a totally unrelated, yet sportsy-type theme, did anyone see the huge fight between Clint Bowyer and Jeff Gordon in the pits on the second to last lap of the race at Phoenix this afternoon? Hilarious...in fact, it ended up red-flagging the race for a good 20 mins... Good stuff... Race


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
4. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 11, 2012, 17:40 Rigs
 
So...since nothing was mentioned (for obvious reasons) I totally forgot about it but how's the football forum pool thing going? And what about this week? (Not complaining, I realize everything that's been going on certainly takes precedence, just curious)...

Since I missed making picks this week, I'll just sit in the corner with the GIANTS dunce hat on...man, Eli, WTF?!? Inquisitive

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
31. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 11, 2012, 06:33 Rigs
 
Stone Plans Fourth Cut of "Alexander". Re-re-re-polishing a turd.

Now, Stone says: "Iím going to go back next year actually. Iíve been asked by Warner Brothers because they did so well with ĎThe Final Cutí. They actually sold more than a million copies. Theyíve asked me to go back next year and do a fourth version. Frankly, itís a movie about history and I just feel like I can add something more. I wouldnít do it otherwise."

The key difference with the new cut isn't more additions, but subtractions: "I donít need more footage. I want to cut it down now because I added too much. I want it to come back a little bit. Thereís some trimming [needed]."

Talk about blatantly admitting that it's just a cash grab. Holy geezus, they don't even give a shit anymore because they know someone, somewhere is going to buy it. Damn...so, how about this instead..you just post on a website the 'suggested' spots I should fast-forward through and I'll 'consider' it...and save $20...asshole...


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
23. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 11, 2012, 06:22 Rigs
 
Dades wrote on Nov 10, 2012, 11:28:
Wallshadows wrote on Nov 9, 2012, 13:32:
What the fuck happened to Carrie Fisher.

Take a picture of yourself. Now go back and look at it in 30 years then look into a mirror. Time is rarely kind to us, most people age poorly.

- DADES - This is a signature of my name, enjoy!

Speak for yourself, bud! I don't look a day over 35...

'But your only 34...'

Oh, well, shit...





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News Comments > Saturday Safety Dance
1. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 10, 2012, 17:37 Rigs
 
Oh you know what, just fuckin' FUCK CHINA! Already...God, I'm so sick of hearing China blocked this and that...well, duh! They ARE a COMMUNIST STATE! Geezus...


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