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Nickname Sugarman
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Signed On Jun 10, 2003, 17:00
Total Comments 245 (Novice)
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News Comments > Star Citizen Arena Commander This Month
31. Re: Star Citizen Arena Commander This Month May 18, 2014, 05:25 Sugarman
I put $275 towards it already. I've spent more than that in one night out with friends on a normal fun night. Most likely more fun than most of you have had outside of your grandma's basement when she surprised you with twinkies and hot pockets.

If I feel the need I will put even more towards their funding. If you really follow everything they are doing you will see how much effort they are putting into this to make it like nothing else. Even if it bombs, I'm out what, "a couple nights spending money on the town", so to me, it's nothing.

Even if it's mediocre then it's worth it. If not, I've lost more than that on stocks or a couple nights out with friends, so it really doesn't matter.

For the chance that it might be what they say it is going to be, I will wholeheartedly take that chance and support them. If not, then I'll just stay home for two weeks in a row and recoup my losses.
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News Comments > Adam Orth Making a Game - Deal With It
14. Adam Orth Feb 10, 2014, 20:42 Sugarman
"Office Space" is all I could think of after seeing this.

Tom Smykowski
Well-well look. I already told you: I deal with the god damn customers so the engineers don't have to. I have people skills; I am good at dealing with people. Can't you understand that? What the hell is wrong with you people?

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News Comments > Homeworld HD/CE Survey
27. Re: Homeworld HD/CE Survey Dec 28, 2013, 05:24 Sugarman
I was never all that thrilled by Homeworld, definitely had it's good points but seemed lacking at times. That was a while ago so I may think differently if I tried it again. Nexus the Jupiter Incident was always one of my favorites, if one were to draw similarities. Not to pee in anyone's cheerios, just my opinion. I am a sucker for space/sci-fi games so I'm still hoping they do a good job with it.  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
8. Re: Out of the Blue Aug 31, 2013, 18:27 Sugarman
In large doses the most you'll actually see are side effects and interactions with tyramine "in lots of aged cheeses" which will give you a killer headache. Low dosages started early will make it so you'll never need a higher dose and your dog/human will retain their mental capacity right up until other parts of the body decide it's time to go!

Don't just read one article, actually do the research on it. It's one of the safest MAO-B inhibitors out there. Also read up on how monoamine oxidase inhibitors work.
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
6. Re: Out of the Blue Aug 31, 2013, 17:16 Sugarman
When they start to get old you can give them very low doses of seleginline "called anipryl" for dogs. It can be bought online or just get it from your vet.

Do some reading on it, if started earlier it keeps the brain younger and your dog won't experience any of the age related brain deterioration effects that will inevitably come with old age. Works on humans as well, it was actually designed first for human use. It keeps the brain from losing it's ability to produce the normal amounts of dopamine and norepinephrine.

They mostly prescribe it after your dogs mental state starts to decline but I would think the earlier you start it the more benefit you'd see in the long run.
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News Comments > Morning Safety Dance
6. Re: Morning Safety Dance Aug 30, 2013, 22:10 Sugarman
So we can completely trust whatever is posted in the news about someone whom the US government is most likely planning his accidental death as we speak????

Really, why even bother to read this crap. Lets say I found out the company I worked for was ripping off all the employees/customers illegally and I turned them in, think of the employees as us, the misinformed citizen, of course said company is gonna go on a smear campaign against that person.
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
12. VGHS Aug 18, 2013, 05:18 Sugarman
I can't seem to ever get past the first 30 seconds of VGHS. Maybe it's me, but it's about as shallow as one of those tiny ponds you see along the highway that always inevitably dries up.  
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News Comments > BeamNG Racing Game Alpha
14. Re: BeamNG Racing Game Alpha Aug 12, 2013, 06:30 Sugarman
Hit F11 to enter world editor, hit j to pause physics "basically pause game" follow instructions on the beamng wiki on how to spawn cars.

Reign them down from above or setup crash simulations. Also somewhere on the wiki it shows you how to turn on AI for spawned cars, although it is a bit buggy.

Learn the slow motion keys and have a blast!
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News Comments > Evening Legal Briefs
1. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Aug 7, 2013, 05:27 Sugarman
What happened to this aforementioned person doing things that helped where we live be a better place? It's as if a sneakier, less moustached Hitler, were unfrozen, given an appearance that made him seem like the underdog so even those who were worst off in our culture would rally behind him, placed in office by the people who actually control us, "the banks and large corporations who basically give money to every legislator or anyone in a controlling position of government of whom answer to the ones lining their pockets with cash", then, made us one of the most policed/uberveillanced "yes, that's a slang term" countries in the world. How can those in control spend billions spying on their own and let education funding fall off the bottom of the chart? If it isn't already obvious, the majority of us are purposely being kept in the dark/uneducated so those who would wish to keep us as their pets, and to do so with as they please whenever they please with purposes hidden to us but to which us being controlled believe is a just and patriotic cause will throw ourselves in harms way for. How about we pledge allegiance to the entire world and it's well being, not just ourselves as we've been brainwashed to do since gradeschool. There will always be bad people, and I'd like to believe they are a minority, although it would seem that those bad people of whom are the minority are now in a position to control all of us at present. Why would we normal/happy people constantly be on the offensive, thinking of schemes to control others? Simple fact, we wouldn't, we are happy. Those who aren't happy until they can control every aspect of everything we do and can do so as they please and to anyone they see fit, be that through laws constructed by those in power "I've gone over this, refer to earlier in this subjective rant", be it moral or immoral. We became the nation we are today because we fought injustice at one time and tyranny. Now we've became those whom we so solemnly fought to free ourselves from,and they are remarkably similar to some of us. How about we devote more towards making us better as a people and less towards punishing everyone because they've had a negative impact on the bottom line of a corporation who should no longer be relevant, only bettering a few who may have to sacrifice buying a small island in a sunny yet comfortable spot on the globe we all share, and should share equally. Store this in your NSA archives, maybe 100 years from now someone will read it and wonder how we got ourselves into such a terrible predicament.  
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News Comments > Ships Ahoy - GRID 2 Drift Pack; iOS RaceNet App
4. Re: Ships Ahoy - GRID 2 Drift Pack; iOS RaceNet App Jul 10, 2013, 20:16 Sugarman
I have a lot of fun in multiplayer. Just make sure to "friend" the ones who aren't idiots and you'll have a blast when playing with a good group.  
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News Comments > Morning Legal Briefs
12. Re: Morning Legal Briefs Feb 28, 2013, 15:05 Sugarman
It says "home internet users", so maybe us businesses are safe for now, but how long until they decide to throttle us as well once everyone learns they just need to take their device to any business with free wifi and go crazy. The music mafia and the mpaa need to just go away, I'm sorry but they are trying like hell to keep an archaic business model running in a world that no longer supports it in the same fashion as it did 20 years ago.  
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News Comments > Morning Legal Briefs
11. Re: Morning Legal Briefs Feb 28, 2013, 14:49 Sugarman
I have free internet at my business and I really don't want to block ports or certain traffic "of which there is always a way around", or password protect my open wifi hotspot for customers only, because lets face it, I'd be out helping half the customers enter a password every day or they just get mad and go somewhere else. So lets say a random customer brings in a laptop every day, not the same customer but lets say just one laptop or device is brought in per day and that person downloads a song or movie or whatever. I say one device to give an example, there are many more than that per day. Lets just say one person per day is caught by the internet police downloading something they shouldn't and I receive one warning per day. If they throttle my internet every six days I'm going to be one pissed off business customer.  
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News Comments > Morning Legal Briefs
3. Re: Morning Legal Briefs Jan 15, 2013, 12:12 Sugarman
Also signed petition. It's over 28k signatures now.  
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News Comments > Star Citizen Passes $3.5M
3. Re: Star Citizen Passes $3.5M Nov 14, 2012, 19:50 Sugarman
I contributed. What's 30-40 bucks, I can waste double that on a date or night out at the bar. If it sucks just think of it as the night you wasted $50 buying some girl drinks and you didn't get any.  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
22. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 10, 2012, 19:20 Sugarman
It happens probably once every couple weeks or so.  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
20. Re: Out of the Blue Nov 10, 2012, 19:16 Sugarman
Anyone else getting a redirect when first visiting Just checking to narrow down if I have spyware or if it's the page.  
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News Comments > Nexus 2 Kickstarter
33. Re: Nexus 2 Kickstarter Sep 29, 2012, 06:11 Sugarman
Nexus is simply an amazing game to those who can grasp what it's all about. Sure there is always room for improvement, but that applies to almost anything. Our overactive albeit attention degraded amphetamine loaded current generation will obviously point that out. Why do you think more people currently are overreactive, aggressive, couldn't give a shit what anyone else thinks, jersey-shore-ish retards? Grab a dose of any teenagers adderall or dexedrine and you'll find out very quickly why an over-abundance of certain brain chemicals turns you into a non-caring asshole.  
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News Comments > Nexus 2 Kickstarter
32. Re: Nexus 2 Kickstarter Sep 29, 2012, 05:51 Sugarman
I barely browsed through the rants here, and anyone who regularly reads bluesnews already knows the responders to any post here on a normal basis are the pickiest, most critical, crying individuals the tubes can muster. Hands down, Nexus was one of the most memorable, fun, interesting to control "once you took the 5 minutes to learn", of any game of it's type. Yes, it will appeal more to anyone leaning more towards spaceship games with an interest in actual tactical battles and user control over raw pew-pew. The storyline was good, nothing phenomenal but still very good because it was unique, unlike every other game out there now that is basically a cookie-cutter clone of something else. If you're impatient and on adderall like most of the new gamers of the current era, you may not like it or have the patience to appreciate it since you're norepinepherine and dopamine levels are so high it would take a truckload of angry badgers chewing at what was left of the stalks of you legs to get you to react to any outside stimuli other than your grandma telling you to take out the trash while you remain in your basement dwelling, smug and slightly warm on the inside knowing that you, everlasting virgin pepperoni hot pocket eating bringer of shame, were victorious on one fine evening of troll posting, because you good sir, being the pinnacle of all we have come to achieve as a species, expressed your disdain towards something many others enjoy.  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
33. Re:God Bless America Sep 27, 2012, 01:32 Sugarman
I'm right there with you Prez, after I seen it I couldn't tell enough people about it. There's plenty of us that feel the same way, it's just that we're a lot like the main character in the film, we just take it in stride most of the time until we snap. We allow these crap shows to ruin the world because we watch them and we click on the links when an article presents itself to us on yahoo, google, whatever. I refuse to watch this crap and I will no longer click on any entertainment link that further inflates the ego/wallet of those shoving this trash down our throats and trying to make us think this is acceptable. Did I mention the main character is Bill Murray's brother, where did this guy come from and why have they been hiding him, he's great!  
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News Comments > Source 2 Engine Hint
19. Re: Source 2 Engine Hint Aug 6, 2012, 13:28 Sugarman
Anyone ever notice how Mr. White from Breaking Bad resembles Gordon Freeman while he's wearing his meth making gear? Wonder if the directors are HL fans.


Apparently my url linking prowess has failed me today.

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