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Signed On Jan 23, 2003, 21:40
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News Comments > NSA's Game Spying
73. Re: NSA's Game Spying Dec 9, 2013, 12:36 Mad Max RW
 
Task wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 12:30:
Creston wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 11:54:
Mad Max RW wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 11:29:
I like how the government is too stupid to run a war or a website, but they can manufacture and cover up the biggest terrorist attack on our soil in US history.

For the government to have orchestrated the 9/11 attack would have cost roughly 900 trillion dollars, and it would have ended with all three planes crashing into Lou's Diner down at the bayou, because that's how all government operations end: Utterly ineptly.

I'm not sure how this devolved into 9/11, but I suppose it is related. However, NSA had been ramping before 9/11. Mostly since the Bush Administration pre-calculated in what they had already been planning to do (which was invade Iraq and subvert other Middle East Countries), but also completely inept on the intelligence of 9/11 which they were warned about. 9/11 gave them a perfect pretext to pin their immediate plans, a coup de'tat (not in the traditional sense) which took over policy in Washington. In other words, they rode on the back of a tragedy, which should be a crime in and of itself. And they used Fear to make Americans accept clear attacks on the Constitution.

Like most Administrations. It is a failure of bureaucracy, where everyone is scrambling, because they don't want to be implicated or seen as incompetent, which they are

Did you forget Hillary Clinton, who was a Senator of New York at the time of the attacks, was a huge supporter of the Iraq war? And now she is the last hope for liberalism in 2016. Funny how that worked out.
 
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News Comments > NSA's Game Spying
68. Re: NSA's Game Spying Dec 9, 2013, 12:19 Mad Max RW
 
HorrorScope wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 12:13:
Mad Max RW wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 12:08:
HorrorScope wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 12:05:
Mad Max RW wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 11:29:
I like how the government is too stupid to run a war or a website, but they can manufacture and cover up the biggest terrorist attack on our soil in US history.

Conspiracy theorists who believe this stuff are retarded.

But then again.... They aren't too stupid that they can't spy on pretty much the whole planet and companies with the best securities known. So the bottom line is some parts of gov't must not be "Too Stupid", right?

They were stupid enough to let the whole thing get exposed by a 20-something nerd.

True. But still smart enough to create it. To note 100's of admins in his position have been fired now, they can't trust them and they didn't need the access they had. Best way to hold a secret is to let the least amount of people know that secret. Lesson learned.

Doesn't matter. They already fucked up big time and that fuck up isn't going away after firing "100's of admins". Snowden still hasn't been apprehended and the media only scratched the surface of what he leaked out.

The US government and all of its massive bureaucracies have been and will forever be STUPID.
 
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News Comments > NSA's Game Spying
63. Re: NSA's Game Spying Dec 9, 2013, 12:08 Mad Max RW
 
HorrorScope wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 12:05:
Mad Max RW wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 11:29:
I like how the government is too stupid to run a war or a website, but they can manufacture and cover up the biggest terrorist attack on our soil in US history.

Conspiracy theorists who believe this stuff are retarded.

But then again.... They aren't too stupid that they can't spy on pretty much the whole planet and companies with the best securities known. So the bottom line is some parts of gov't must not be "Too Stupid", right?

They were stupid enough to let the whole thing get exposed by a 20-something nerd.
 
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News Comments > NSA's Game Spying
62. Re: NSA's Game Spying Dec 9, 2013, 12:06 Mad Max RW
 
Task wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 12:03:
Mad Max RW wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 11:24:
It's more about what the current administration in charge does with the NSA rather than the NSA itself which sets precedent. How Obama used (and continues to use) the IRS as a weapon should be enough reason for concern. If you're a liberal and "ok" with that because he's your guy, just remember administrations change all the time. There will be nothing to stop the next guy from targeting liberals like yourself.

Its more like what Advisors tell Obama what to do. And Obama plays along so he doesn't get his ass fried. You know, like most American Presidents.

Obama handpicked his advisors. They are all personal friends he knew decades before becoming president.
 
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News Comments > NSA's Game Spying
56. Re: NSA's Game Spying Dec 9, 2013, 12:02 Mad Max RW
 
BitWraith wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 11:52:
Mad Max RW wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 11:46:
BitWraith wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 11:46:
Mad Max RW wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 11:42:
BitWraith, I didn't know you were an architect.

I'm not. It's a hypothesis. I don't have any way to prove it to be true myself, so a hypothesis it remains. It seems reasonable to me, but I'm not out making videos and websites about it, either. Since it came up in conversation, I don't mind discussing it. Believe whatever you want.

So your hypothesis is based on what?... nothing?

And this is how conspiracy theories are made. Out of nothing.

There's a ton of information out there about this stuff. No, I didn't just dream this up. Casual observation leads one to ask some questions (which is what a hypothesis is). I didn't question anything until I saw all the research that's been done on the Building 7 collapse; which I didn't even know was a thing until I researched it because it's totally glossed over in the news.

I see you trying to paint me as a nut-job. The difference between me and a nut-job is, if presented with evidence to the contrary, I'm totally open to changing my opinion.

It's still all just theories, though. None of it is presented as fact. And nothing there is proven.

The 9/11 conspiracy theories will follow the same path as the JFK assassination. Nothing will ever be proven and as future generations keep getting dumber they will believe whatever fictional story sounds best to them.

If you want to do some real research, try to read up on why people chose to believe these stories rather than the facts as they are presented. Facts are boring and scary. They are unpredictable. Stories are fun. Stories help make sense out of a random world so we can sleep at night. They distract us.
 
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News Comments > NSA's Game Spying
49. Re: NSA's Game Spying Dec 9, 2013, 11:46 Mad Max RW
 
BitWraith wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 11:46:
Mad Max RW wrote on Dec 9, 2013, 11:42:
BitWraith, I didn't know you were an architect.

I'm not. It's a hypothesis. I don't have any way to prove it to be true myself, so a hypothesis it remains. It seems reasonable to me, but I'm not out making videos and websites about it, either. Since it came up in conversation, I don't mind discussing it. Believe whatever you want.

So your hypothesis is based on what?... nothing?

And this is how conspiracy theories are made. Out of nothing.
 
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News Comments > NSA's Game Spying
47. Re: NSA's Game Spying Dec 9, 2013, 11:42 Mad Max RW
 
BitWraith, I didn't know you were an architect. What towers in NYC did you design?  
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News Comments > NSA's Game Spying
43. Re: NSA's Game Spying Dec 9, 2013, 11:29 Mad Max RW
 
I like how the government is too stupid to run a war or a website, but they can manufacture and cover up the biggest terrorist attack on our soil in US history.

Conspiracy theorists who believe this stuff are retarded.
 
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News Comments > NSA's Game Spying
39. Re: NSA's Game Spying Dec 9, 2013, 11:24 Mad Max RW
 
It's more about what the current administration in charge does with the NSA rather than the NSA itself which sets precedent. How Obama used (and continues to use) the IRS as a weapon should be enough reason for concern. If you're a liberal and "ok" with that because he's your guy, just remember administrations change all the time. There will be nothing to stop the next guy from targeting liberals like yourself.  
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News Comments > NSA's Game Spying
7. Re: NSA's Game Spying Dec 9, 2013, 10:07 Mad Max RW
 
Your tax dollars hard at work.  
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News Comments > Telltale Announces Tales from the Borderlands
14. Re: Telltale Announces Tales from the Borderlands Dec 8, 2013, 21:23 Mad Max RW
 
Parallax Abstraction wrote on Dec 8, 2013, 19:45:
Telltale has some amazing writers, which makes me wonder how they're going to make compelling Borderlands stuff. I love the game play of Borderlands but Anthony Burch is the laziest kind of writer, the kind who just points at pop culture references or jokes others made before and expects you to laugh as if it's original humour. It's the Carlos Mencia equivalent writing, copycatting at best.

BINGO. The Carlos Mencia comparison is perfect. I don't think I can better explain what's wrong with Gearbox's weak take on "comedy". If you want well written humor in a video game play the Space Quest and Kings Quest series or just about anything Tim Schafer was attached to at LucasArts. Grim Fandango, Monkey Island, and my personal favorite Full Throttle.
 
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News Comments > Telltale Announces Tales from the Borderlands
5. Re: Telltale Announces Tales from the Borderlands Dec 8, 2013, 15:27 Mad Max RW
 
That looks so damn lame. Is this something people asked for?  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
15. Re: Out of the Blue Dec 7, 2013, 21:46 Mad Max RW
 
Cutter wrote on Dec 7, 2013, 13:17:
We're expanding hegemony for the elites, and I'll have no part of it, thank you.

What happened to you going "off the grid"? More talk?
 
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News Comments > Survivor2299/Fallout 4 Hoax
23. Re: Survivor2299/Fallout 4 Hoax Dec 7, 2013, 21:23 Mad Max RW
 
Heh, I just won another bet.  
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News Comments > Morning Metaverse
5. Re: Hate your friendsí Facebook posts? Now you can unfollow them. Dec 3, 2013, 12:07 Mad Max RW
 
My idiotic state is going to have to more than double the income tax next year if they plan on keeping this thing going when the majority of people enrolling are on Medicaid who pay nothing.

In addition, the employer mandate will be devastating. It was recently explained to me after all the new regulations we are being forced into a choice of only FOUR plans, and they are expensive and suck shit. I can't move out of CT fast enough.

But we're all still racists somehow for talking about reality.
 
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News Comments > etc.
7. Re: etc. Dec 2, 2013, 22:32 Mad Max RW
 
Definitely want to check that fanmade Skyrim expansion after having finally solved this ball busting unknown follower "interloper" bug freezing me outside the vampire castle. I gave up on the game for months because of it.  
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News Comments > This Day in Gaming History
2. Re: This Day in Gaming History Dec 2, 2013, 10:22 Mad Max RW
 
It's fun going back and reading how I fucking called Invisible War being such a piece of shit. Too bad the Ion Storm boards are long gone.  
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News Comments > Just Cause 2 Multiplayer Modification Coming to Steam
2. Re: Just Cause 2 Multiplayer Modification Coming to Steam Dec 2, 2013, 10:00 Mad Max RW
 
I'm hoping their Mad Max game can be modded as easily. Just Cause 2 is perfect to jump into and screw around for a couple hours. I don't recall any game having such a massive world.  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
14. Re: Out of the Blue Dec 1, 2013, 23:17 Mad Max RW
 
NamecaF wrote on Dec 1, 2013, 20:47:
Capitalism and callous disregard for fellow human beings at its finest. Jesus Christ America.

What does capitalism have to do with it? Are socialism and communism bastions of humanity?
 
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News Comments > Gas Guzzlers Extreme Demo
2. Re: Gas Guzzlers Extreme Demo Dec 1, 2013, 18:46 Mad Max RW
 
Slayblaze wrote on Dec 1, 2013, 13:58:
> "Gas Guzzlers Extreme is a fast, furious.."

Too soon, Gas Guzzlers TOO SOON

You realize that was written almost 2 months ago, right?
 
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