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Description I like games... Hi.
Homepage http://steamcommunity.com/groups/detroitgamers
Signed On May 29, 2003, 01:51
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News Comments > Blizzard Confirms Paid WoW Leveling
33. Re: Blizzard Confirms Paid WoW Leveling Feb 26, 2014, 23:30 Sepharo
 
Look at Mr. 2-posts throwin out nicknames and psychoanalysis.  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
29. Re: Out of the Blue Feb 26, 2014, 21:17 Sepharo
 
Creston wrote on Feb 26, 2014, 11:53:
Kids do weird shit, so that's forgiven. I took a bunch of kids from church to Micky D's, and a ten year old got an order of fries and a frosty. Then she proceeded to dip the fries into the frosty before eating them... :o

Weird... a few days ago on another forum I'm on somebody posted this:

I've been known to go to McDonalds and order fries, and then go to the Wendys right next door and order a frosty. Then I dip my fries in the frosty. It's epic.
 
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News Comments > Minecraft Boasts 100M Registered Users
14. Re: Minecraft Boasts 100M Registered Users Feb 26, 2014, 03:09 Sepharo
 
eRe4s3r wrote on Feb 26, 2014, 02:19:
Sepharo wrote on Feb 26, 2014, 00:43:
Mr. Tact wrote on Feb 25, 2014, 23:57:
You don't believe kids would create logins to play the demo? That's the most reasonable guess about an unexplained number I've ever heard on this site.

I'd reckon it's in every computer lab in schools across the country derp, I mean world. Probably the "Oregon Trail" of its time.

If a school computer has Java installed the admin should be flogged. And that single rule prevents Minecraft on school computers pretty well ;p

I would be surprised if the majority of schools didn't have java on their lab machines. And even if they didn't it's trivial to install depending on the degree that the machine is locked down. Many schools use(d) machines that reset to image everyday or whenever they're turned off and on.
 
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News Comments > Minecraft Boasts 100M Registered Users
12. Re: Minecraft Boasts 100M Registered Users Feb 26, 2014, 00:43 Sepharo
 
Mr. Tact wrote on Feb 25, 2014, 23:57:
You don't believe kids would create logins to play the demo? That's the most reasonable guess about an unexplained number I've ever heard on this site.

I'd reckon it's in every computer lab in schools across the country derp, I mean world. Probably the "Oregon Trail" of its time.
 
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News Comments > ESO Beta Expanding
13. Re: ESO Beta Expanding Feb 25, 2014, 23:29 Sepharo
 
Deathhead wrote on Feb 25, 2014, 22:48:
I'll just leave this here for whoever gets it first

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I grabbed it. Thanks.
 
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News Comments > etc.
2. Re: etc. Feb 25, 2014, 22:02 Sepharo
 
Well in that game you could control the direction at least. And needed to collect stuff. Shit that game is advanced compared to Flappy Bird.

It's more of a direct rip off of an old popular flash game with a helicopter and green barriers.
 
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News Comments > Morning Metaverse
32. Re: Morning Metaverse Feb 25, 2014, 00:29 Sepharo
 
Axis wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 23:39:
I'm not afraid to state my life experiences Seph, and however that translates to your ego is up to you.

I have nothing against your life experiences. Why should I doubt them?

I simply relate mine and get called a liar, whereas you relate yours and put an absolutist spin on them. I readily acknowledge mine as anecdotal evidence, but yours are the absolute truth apparently.
 
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News Comments > Morning Metaverse
29. Re: Morning Metaverse Feb 24, 2014, 23:10 Sepharo
 
shinchan0s wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 22:57:
Axis wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 21:05:

That's completely false. The vast majority 'live' off-base among the communities they serve. Bases have minor amenities; you get necessities and some recreation. The vast majority live their lives off base unless they are in a war zone.

I don't know a single right-leaning veteran who comes out of the military as a leftist, and I know hundreds - that's complete crap. The opposite of your statement tends to happen. The military is everything most leftists tend to avoid like the plague. And yes, it's authoritative as expected when you sign the dotted line for however many years you want -- and the best life experience you can get paid to do if you can handle it.

Sepharo is half right.

I don't know what bases you've stayed in, but as a former Air Force brat I know Osan Air Base (in South Korea) has more than just the "basic necessities". I mean, hell, they even had a school and hospital. Pretty nice Tennis courts too. The base in Osan was just like the one my Dad worked in at Fort Devens, MA down to the AAFES convenience store. A guy could live pretty comfortably just within the base.

I also think you're over-estimating the extent military people "immerse" themselves in country they're based in. Most guys in Osan only went as far as downtown to buy bootlegs and meet women. I knew a few guys who actually lived in Korean apartments, but the extent of the Korean they knew was hello and goodbye. You might get a few more thoughtful guys out there who learn some of the history and culture, but the vast majority had as much knowledge as a tourist on a week-long trip. They do bring back a lot of cool souvenirs though.

Be prepared to be called a liar. Axis knows better than you.
 
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News Comments > Morning Metaverse
28. Re: Morning Metaverse Feb 24, 2014, 23:08 Sepharo
 
Axis wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 22:53:
A pitiful few would fit that grossly liberal assumption - you gave yourself away to those who would know better.

Americans don't join the military with arms pumping and war on their minds hoping to go into combat and kill someone or get themselves killed. They join in hopes to have a better life, get a free education, get job skills, get out of a bad situation, travel, etc. And if they are called to defend their country they gladly will with their life.

There's life experiences out there for you guys - leave the forums and go get them.

This seems to be a common theme with me and you. I tell you something from my life and you essentially (or sometimes outright) call me a liar.
 
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News Comments > Morning Metaverse
25. Re: Morning Metaverse Feb 24, 2014, 21:46 Sepharo
 
Axis wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 21:05:
Sepharo wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 19:28:
Axis wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 18:51:
Scheherazade wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 17:37:
Axis wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 17:32:
Scheherazade wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 17:24:
Axis wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 17:09:
So many of you liberals have absolutely no idea what you ask for, cause you have no idea what it's like outside your basement and lofty ideals. Go join the forces, do something for our country, experience the world, and come back wise.

The forces don't go elsewhere and make a living for themselves in a different culture.

Their time is paid for by the government/state. (Government employment : Pretty much the most leftist occupation you can have)
They don't have to experience life in other places.
They live on bases, in a different world than the nation they're located in.

-scheherazade

Spoken like a basement liberal.

Libertarian, actually.
That's right of center, FYI.

-scheherazade

Well then a basement libertarian, but certainly not one who has experienced the military overseas. I am a libertarian who served overseas and I certainly wouldn't have made those comments due to my views and world experience. The military has historically been on the right for many good reasons - most of which they are responsible people doing responsible work and have a profound love for their country they serve. Quite the opposite of much spin you hear from the liberal core... : )


I think his point was more that they live in their own unique "world". That's undeniably true.

My own anecdotal evidence would say that people I went to school with who went to war came back "lefter" than they left. That includes independent or completely disenchanted as well. But many of them went in strongly conservative. Exposure to cultures (good and bad aspects) other than your own tends to do that in my opinion.

If we're speaking metaphorically, the military operates much more like communism (the actual in practice authoritative kind) than other political philosophies. You've got a command structure, people are assigned jobs, and they do those jobs to the best of their ability usually for no reward but to the benefit of the whole.


That's completely false. The vast majority 'live' off-base among the communities they serve. Bases have minor amenities; you get necessities and some recreation. The vast majority live their lives off base unless they are in a war zone.

I don't know a single right-leaning veteran who comes out of the military as a leftist, and I know hundreds - that's complete crap. The opposite of your statement tends to happen. The military is everything most leftists tend to avoid like the plague. And yes, it's authoritative as expected when you sign the dotted line for however many years you want -- and the best life experience you can get paid to do if you can handle it.

Sorry. I thought we were talking about those who had went to war not just anyone in the military or on peaceful overseas bases. But even then I'd say they still somewhat removed from the culture of the area they're in. Sure they're exposed to it and I even touched on that in my reply. But it doesn't make the statement that "they live in their own world" incorrect. War zone or not being foreign military hosted in a country is not like being a citizen of that country.

For young war vets, I know 6 of them and 2 are pretty close friends. Like I said, they came back less "conservative". It's hard to pinpoint because it of course depends on the way we use terms like "left" "right" "conservative" "liberal" "libertarian" whatever. But in my opinion they left with opinions like, "Rah war yeah! Turn it into a glass pit! Republicans yeah!" but returned much more tempered and frequently against what are usually conservative staples. They came back having made friends with the Muslims they were training and questioning why we're there in the first place. It's probably more accurate to say they became independents than "leftists". You said "leftists" I simply said "lefter".

But sorry I'm rambling about anecdotal stuff. You've got some message to rant about, I'll let you get back to it.

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News Comments > Morning Metaverse
21. Re: Morning Metaverse Feb 24, 2014, 19:28 Sepharo
 
Axis wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 18:51:
Scheherazade wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 17:37:
Axis wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 17:32:
Scheherazade wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 17:24:
Axis wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 17:09:
So many of you liberals have absolutely no idea what you ask for, cause you have no idea what it's like outside your basement and lofty ideals. Go join the forces, do something for our country, experience the world, and come back wise.

The forces don't go elsewhere and make a living for themselves in a different culture.

Their time is paid for by the government/state. (Government employment : Pretty much the most leftist occupation you can have)
They don't have to experience life in other places.
They live on bases, in a different world than the nation they're located in.

-scheherazade

Spoken like a basement liberal.

Libertarian, actually.
That's right of center, FYI.

-scheherazade

Well then a basement libertarian, but certainly not one who has experienced the military overseas. I am a libertarian who served overseas and I certainly wouldn't have made those comments due to my views and world experience. The military has historically been on the right for many good reasons - most of which they are responsible people doing responsible work and have a profound love for their country they serve. Quite the opposite of much spin you hear from the liberal core... : )


I think his point was more that they live in their own unique "world". That's undeniably true.

My own anecdotal evidence would say that people I went to school with who went to war came back "lefter" than they left. That includes independent or completely disenchanted as well. But many of them went in strongly conservative. Exposure to cultures (good and bad aspects) other than your own tends to do that in my opinion.

If we're speaking metaphorically, the military operates much more like communism (the actual in practice authoritative kind) than other political philosophies. You've got a command structure, people are assigned jobs, and they do those jobs to the best of their ability usually for no reward but to the benefit of the whole.
 
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News Comments > Morning Legal Briefs
5. Re: Morning Legal Briefs Feb 24, 2014, 13:06 Sepharo
 
Mad Max RW wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 11:49:
with additional fees for high traffic websites like Amazon.

That wouldn't be net neutrality then.
 
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News Comments > Gearbox Sues 3D Realms Over Duke Nukem Rights
55. Re: Gearbox Sues 3D Realms Over Duke Nukem Rights Feb 24, 2014, 12:30 Sepharo
 
Mad Max RW wrote on Feb 24, 2014, 09:00:
What's in a Name: Gearbox Software

Hah, I had never heard this one.
What a crazy fucker.
 
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News Comments > Gearbox Sues 3D Realms Over Duke Nukem Rights
34. Re: Gearbox Sues 3D Realms Over Duke Nukem Rights Feb 23, 2014, 17:14 Sepharo
 
Two very scuzzy developers duking it out.  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
12. Re: Out of the Blue Feb 22, 2014, 16:52 Sepharo
 
I'm going to make a list of things I need to do and then I'm going to sit at my computer browsing the web and playing the occasional game. Maybe even bust out the work laptop, remote in, and then alt-tab back to the gaming desktop.  
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News Comments > Schafer Confirms Broken Age Act 2 Funded
27. Re: Schafer Confirms Broken Age Act 2 Funded Feb 22, 2014, 16:49 Sepharo
 
Do not engage "* is not a game" trolls.  
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News Comments > Respawn Attacks Titanfall Bribery Claims
84. Re: Respawn Attacks Titanfall Bribery Claims Feb 21, 2014, 01:54 Sepharo
 
I don't think I'm going to read through all these posts, but in case anyone was wondering... I really enjoyed the two days I played this during beta. Didn't encounter any issues beyond the usual "how the fuck did I not kill him!" but that's common to any FPS. I really like the mix of titans, players, and AI, and didn't feel at all like 12 players was too little despite thinking I would upon the initial announcement. The chaos is just at the right level for me and I have tons of fun rodeo riding titans and playing RPG-meister from the rooftops. Netcode was very solid for me, gunplay was so-so but definitely not a negative like I often find the BF series to be.

I'll definitely be picking this up.
 
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News Comments > Op Ed
2. Re: Op Ed Feb 19, 2014, 20:59 Sepharo
 
Cutter wrote on Feb 19, 2014, 20:38:
I met Don Henley back in the day on the Dirty Laundry tour. That's still a fantastic song.

Thanks, now it's stuck in my head again. Just when I thought I was free.

That damn organ is so damn catchy.
 
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News Comments > Titanfall Beta Closed
45. Re: Titanfall Beta Closed Feb 7, 2014, 22:37 Sepharo
 
Verno wrote on Feb 6, 2014, 10:14:
Microsoft is going as far rolling out a system update that will preload a bunch of assets for it even because they don't want people spending a year with their dumb installation/patch process.


I really really doubt that Microsoft is preloading assets... More likely just a run of the mill system update required for some features in the game. Same reason my offline PS3 needs to install a system update seemingly everytime I play a new game.
 
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News Comments > Titanfall Beta Requires 64-Bit OS
37. Re: Titanfall Beta Requires 64-Bit OS Feb 5, 2014, 22:41 Sepharo
 
I've been using the same DVD drive on my last 4+ builds. Last two builds it was only used for the Windows disc. I bet it's still in there.  
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