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Nickname Halsy
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Description I'm always where the wild things are.
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Signed On May 18, 2003, 16:05
Total Comments 3032 (Veteran)
User ID 17112
 
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News Comments > Hitman & Tomb Raider Sequels Delayed
16. Re: No subject Jul 16, 2005, 16:58 Halsy
 
With TR, they probably want to maximize the 'tit potential' by using the extra time to put in more polygons.

Exactly. I'm sure Lara will have 54 DD's this time out. Nothing sadder than a Tomb Raider geek.


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News Comments > etc.
8. Re: hahaha Jul 16, 2005, 16:54 Halsy
 
I disagree (obviously)... That content was locked and requires modification of the game from its retail state.

Yes, but that makes no difference whatsoever. The fact is, it was shipped with that content and Rockstar knew full well that someone could and eventually would unlock it.

GTA and games like it should most definitely be AO.


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
18. Re: anniversary Jul 16, 2005, 16:39 Halsy
 
Yes, July 16th, 1945 is when they dropped the bomb in Alamogordo, New Mexico. In 1969 Appollo launched for the moon. Most importantly though, on July 16th, 1968 I was born. Happy birthday to me.

P.S. Here's hoping everything turns out ok, Warhawk.


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
29. Re: Congrats nin! Jul 15, 2005, 14:15 Halsy
 
Haha Nin, you smelly forum whore!


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News Comments > BF2: Special Forces Announced
81. Re: ASLayerAODsk Jul 14, 2005, 21:22 Halsy
 
This is why I don't buy DICE/EA bullshit anymore. It's so much fun watching everyone bitch about their same old shit as usual. WTF do you clowns keep supporting these idiots?


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
68. Re: Europe to fall silent Jul 14, 2005, 21:21 Halsy
 
The sad fact of the matter is, ~99% of the world's terrorists are of middle eastern stock

Wow, you should apply for a job at the State Department and straighten all those other analysts out, because you obviously know something no one else does.

we have been attacked by them repeatedly

Twice counts as repeatedly I suppose.

and to ignore them at security checkpoints just because we don't want to appear insensitive to them is fucking ridiculous.

Yes, by all means let's be insensitive! Why don't we take a page from the good ol' days of dubya dubya two and inter them, and the japs, and any other non-whites...just to be safe.

Yes, I do apologize to all the middle eastern people who are NOT terrorists (which is 99.999999999999999999999999% of them), but sadly, you will have to suffer under the bad actions of some of your countrymen. This is an imperfect world.

And the Middle-East likewise apologizes for the actions of the tiniest percentage of extremists - most of whom were financed and trained by your government to do its dirty business for it, and yet you somehow seem surprised when it came back to bite you in the ass. Not to mention that it was your government's policies and actions - along with the murder of several million people because of those policies and actions (directly and indirectly) versus those of a few thousand on you side that tends to make you enemies. Can't expect to stomp all over the globe exploiting and killing and not piss a few people off along the way.

Search every middle eastern male between the age of 16-50 at airports. I'm fine with continuing random spot checks, but until such a time as we see attacks by a large number of white dudes, yellow women or green martians, we need to focus on the ethnic group that's so far been PROVEN to be a potential threat.

Tell that to the 100K+ dead Iraqi and Afghani people who have been indiscriminately killed by "white dudes" over the last 3 years. Oh right, I forgot, that's different.


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
26. Re: Ronin Jul 14, 2005, 14:24 Halsy
 
The original Italian Job is the best car chase scene of any movie.


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News Comments > Into the Black
20. Darth Vader Flashlight... Jul 14, 2005, 04:56 Halsy
 
Haha! Great article. The writer is friggin' hilarious.

And this was why I was suspicious. Because sci-fi-looking stuff, generally speaking, doesn't work.

When the first consideration is how cool something looks and not whether it could actually be made to function within the confines of our universe's laws of physics, you get things like combat mecha. 'Mechs are cool beyond all description but, assuming technology to allow them to leap around like giant acrobats and not just skate around shakily existed, they'd very probably meet a dreadful fate at the hands of ordinary wheeled, tracked and winged machinery using that same technology in a less groovy way.

LOL!


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News Comments > Imperator on Hold
9. Re: @#%@% Jul 14, 2005, 04:36 Halsy
 
Gimme Fallout Online...mmm.


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
46. Re: Top 10 Deadliest Animals Jul 13, 2005, 20:50 Halsy
 
British Teen in Hospital After Disney Ride.
puh-lease. kids are such pansies these days.
nobody ever injured themselves seriously on rides 20 years ago. you just threw up, passed out, and went home.
what's next, mandatory helmets on the merry-go-round?

Fourpak as a pediatrician..."So your kid split his head open? Boo hoo? What does he want? A hero cookie? Go walk it off kid and quit buggin' me!"


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
31. Re: Questions for Pope on Evolution Stance Jul 13, 2005, 15:39 Halsy
 
Dear Pope Benedict XVI,

What's you stance on my making and selling Pope soap on a rope made out of dope?

Anyone who's willing to place faith above fact as a way to live should be culled from the gene pool for the good of the species.


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News Comments > Into the Black
1. LOL! Jul 12, 2005, 21:24 Halsy
 
That Bus firm story is fucking bizarre to say the least. How can public transit sue you for using a car? The French are so fucked sometimes.



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News Comments > WoW Patch
2. Re: Does anyone have that tiny v1.5.1 patch? Jul 12, 2005, 20:59 Halsy
 
World of Shitcraft.


"Let me explain to you the kind of man Gary is. He's a man who knows that when you put another man's cock in your mouth, you make a pact."
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News Comments > Into the Black
15. Re: No subject Jul 12, 2005, 03:08 Halsy
 
oops, you mean the same assholes who spent $6 million tax dollars because a guy committed perjury by lying under oath in a federal investigation. Look up your numbers before you post. If Clinton's administration wasn't so scandal-ridden, the other $34 million would never have been spent on Whitewater, Vince Foster and all the other various and sundry Clintonian intrigue.

Actually, you're almost right - give or take several 10's of millions. It was 40 million, not 60 and certainly not 6. And you forget to mention that Whitewater happened in 197 - fucking- 8. So it was closer to 100 million of taxpayers money spent trying to impeach Clinton on bullshit charges. I don't recall anyone trying to tag Dubya for his DUI's, smoking grass and snorting coke as he did all those years ago. Not to mention his insider activities at Midland or any other place he's been involved. So please, spare me the hypocritical bullshit.

ROFL, no they prosecuted him for lying to a Grand Jury about getting a blow job. Like when the SEC asked Martha Stewart how she got the information to sell her stocks, and she lied about it. Turns out she didn't do anything wrong other than lying to the SEC.

See...this is where you guys continually confuse hopes and dreams for fact. Did Slick Willy weasel? Absolutely. As any good lawyer/politician will. When they asked if he had sexual relations with that woman, he asked what they defined as sexual relations and Starr said "intercourse", to which Bill replied no. But yeah, that's right up there as crimes go compared to fucking outing CIA operatives because their spouse was critical of a BULLSHIT war in the first place. But hey, we all know a blowjob is a far, far worse crime between the two. Now, nevermind the fact that what a man or woman does on their own time in the privacy of their own space is no one's business but theirs. Outing undercover operatives and LYING to start your own personal war for fun and profit is just so much better.

Hey Halsy, this link is for you. It's a listing of politically themed message boards. They might actually give a crap about what you have to say.

Hey El Cabron, suck my dick. These sorts of rants are a time honoured tradition at Blues in the OOTB. All the other threads that deal with actual gaming are their for me, you and anyone else who wants to talk about the games - IN PARTICULAR - they deal with. The OOTB has always been a free-for-all. Don't like it? Don't read it. If Stephen was really distressed about this he would have stopped it all YEARS ago. Fact is he gets a big laugh out of it as most people do. Don't like it? No one is forcing you to stay, much less read any of this.

Also - Heaven forbid Clinton actually live up to his wedding vows (I presume cheating on your wife wasn't included in his honey-do list) and then not lie about it later, under oath....

Heaven forbid that Dubya lie under oath - which he's done enough and to a degree that makes Slick Willy look like a choirboy by comparison.

If you don't want to play with Halsy why do you talk to him? Presumaby he posts his diatribes here because he doesn't have the cajones to hang in the political forums. Statistically the vast majority of people who use this site are Koreans looking for news of the latest Starcraft patch (boy, weren't you guys surprised last week!) and they probably have no interest in US politics.

And how would you know if I do or don't? I post on plenty of politcally oriented boards. I simply tend to vent here for one of two reasons...

A) Something like Rove's treason is EXCEPTIONALLY offensive in nature.

B) Most of the time...someone else is starting the politics and I need to step in and straighten their bullshit out - as I've done with a few people tonight.

I still LOVE the fact that all you right-wing clowns have done so far is - as usual - try and deflect the issue back on to Clinton.

A) Guy gets his dick sucked and lies about it - as 99.9% of ALL men will do

vs.

B) Scumbag outing undercover operatives.

And you know you can't defend Rove so you try to deflect. That's how fucking sick and pathetic some of you are. You're willing to go so far as defend a real traitor over a guy you don't like. And you wonder why America is going down the sewer? LOL!

Jesus Christ almighty, you guys are far better and cheaper entertainment than a movie. It's just too bad your bullshit hurts so many people.


"Let me explain to you the kind of man Gary is. He's a man who knows that when you put another man's cock in your mouth, you make a pact."
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News Comments > Into the Black
6. Re: No subject Jul 11, 2005, 22:27 Halsy
 
http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20050712/ap_on_go_pr_wh/cia_leak_investigation

WASHINGTON - For the better part of two years, the word coming out of the Bush White House was that presidential adviser Karl Rove had nothing to do with the leak of a female CIA officer's identity and that whoever did would be fired.

But Bush spokesman Scott McClellan wouldn't repeat those claims Monday in the face of Rove's own lawyer, Robert Luskin, acknowledging the political operative spoke to Matthew Cooper of Time magazine, one of the reporters who disclosed Valerie Plame's name.

Now, let's say this was Clinton in office and it was John Podesta who had done what Rove did...what do you think the GOP would be calling for as punishment? Think they'd stop just at Podesta? Remember, these are the same assholes who spent 60 million tax dollars because a guy got a blowjob.



"Let me explain to you the kind of man Gary is. He's a man who knows that when you put another man's cock in your mouth, you make a pact."
- Spottswoode, Team America
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
54. Re: SO!? Jul 11, 2005, 22:23 Halsy
 
Has anyone besides me noticed the reguarity with which HALSY will swoop into a thread, bring up a political argument, and then sit back and watch how the thread is side-tracked into yet another pointless political discussion between immovable sides?

Really? So what you're saying is it's good that Rove is outing CIA operatives because their spouse criticizes Rove's boss? Yeah, real pointless. Why would there even be a debate on this issue apart from what kind of punishment is fitting for that scumbag? Notice how there isn't a peep from the Bushies on this?


"Let me explain to you the kind of man Gary is. He's a man who knows that when you put another man's cock in your mouth, you make a pact."
- Spottswoode, Team America
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
30. SO!? Jul 11, 2005, 16:34 Halsy
 
Should Rove hang or just go to prison? Discuss.



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News Comments > Out of the Blue
9. TREASON!!! Jul 10, 2005, 19:15 Halsy
 
http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/afp/20050710/pl_afp/usjusticemediarove_050710203623

Still not getting it?


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
36. Re: Science 0, Voodoo 1 Jul 10, 2005, 14:31 Halsy
 
In a couple hundred years this spat over evolution will be viewed as utterly absurd as the backlash against Copernicus and Gallileo is now. It's the exact same crap now as it was then, and the outcome will be no different.

This could only happen in Bush's America.

"Let me explain to you the kind of man Gary is. He's a man who knows that when you put another man's cock in your mouth, you make a pact."
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
87. Re: No subject Jul 8, 2005, 03:16 Halsy
 
LOL! I never thought a liberal like me would be attacked by another liberal. Halsy, you are such a close minded jackass.

The laughable thing is how predictable you flag-waving types are. Even beore I hit the board today I could have spelled almost each and every one of your bullshit attacks. It's so fucking predictable it's sad. Just like I was one of the very few voices who said the WMD thing was absolute and total bullshit, and you guys were foaming at the mouth screaming about how it's someone time shut down Saddam the "imminent threat". Everyone insulting me and telling me how out to lunch I was, and what was the fucking reality?

Halsy 1 You 0

Sure other countries have the right to self-determination. Except that they are run by tyrants who like to see Americans. I was against invading Iraq, but now we have to remain there and make sure things get better instead of leaving it in the mess that it is in. And do not forget that a lot of the problems were created by Saddam except that he surpressed them by brutal force - Sunni-Shiite tensions, delapidated infrastructure, etc

You're absolutely right, except you're missing the big picture. Who do you think was backing Saddam and why? History lesson, sport. The CIA in 1953 (http://www.nytimes.com/library/world/mideast/041600iran-cia-index.html) decided to overthrow Iran's elected government because Mossadegh was coming to power on the promise of nationalizing Iran's oil (where it was owned by the British under the name of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company). Britian made a mess of it and asked the U.S. to step in. Long story short, they installed the Shah which set democracy back in Iran by 30 years.

Fast forward to 1980 and we have the beginning of the Iran-Iraq war which had the FULL support of the U.S. government. Money, arms, biochemical weapons, and intelligence...all fully and freely given to Iraq. You're obviously to young to rememeber, but in 1986 Hussein was actually considered a hero for his war against in Iran. Nevermind the fact that the gassings and such hadn't surfaced in the media. Can't have America's ally commiting such atrocities, even though they fully backed him, can we? Saddam wasn't the real problem. He was a big fish in a small pond who was used as an excuse to precipitate the first Gulf War when it became politcally expedient to do so.

It is our problem because nutcase regimes like the Taliban harbor and nurture terrorist organization to attack America and the West in general. Absolute minority have a way of seizing power and consolidating it - Saddam in Iraq, the mullahs in Iran, Saudi royals, Mogabe in Zimbabwe, Arafat in Palestine, Kim Jong Il in N.Korea, etc. And don't say the US props ALL these guys up and keeps them in power

Do you work for a pirate? Because you make a great parrot. Please, keep regurtitating that same old bullshit that they have you and the other great unwashed believing without question. Don't say the U.S. props up dictators to support their interests? Jesus fucking Christ, not even you can be that ignorant to think that everything the U.S. does is altrusistic. This isn't even anywhere close to being comprehensive, but skim through this.

http://www.adbusters.org/jams/history/flash.html

Want more? read it and weep....

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1567512526/qid=1120806678/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_1/002-1476064-0724044?v=glance&s=books

In case you think that's some whacko liberal book, it has been vetted by the CIA, so don't bother.

Do not forget that it was the massive aid from the US that enabled to recover from the shambles of WW2. And bring Japan back up to standing on its feet. The Soviet Union and the commies were no angels when it came to humanitarianism. I have no desire to be part of the commie way. It's been tried before and the eagerness and glee with which former Soviet republics are rejecting communism and embracing capitalism is proof enough. Yes, capitalism has its problems, but it is heck of a lot more desirable then the alternatives.

Yes and the massive poverty and dysfunction we see under the free market is just peachy? America is any better when it comes to humanitarism? Attempted genocide of the natives, slavery, Jim Crow laws untill 1964 and still rampant discrimination and exploitation at home and abroad and that's just fine?

PS - Did I mention you are a jack ass Halsy?

P.S. Did I mention you're a fucking moron? I've met rocks that are smarter and better educated than you are. But hey...keep on deluding yourself. It's all clowns like you are good for,




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- Spottswoode, Team America
 
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