Send News. Want a reply? Read this. More in the FAQ.   News Forum - All Forums - Mobile - PDA - RSS Headlines  RSS Headlines   Twitter  Twitter
Customize
User Settings
Styles:
LAN Parties
Upcoming one-time events:
Greenbelt, MD 08/22

Regularly scheduled events

User information for Inkswitch

Real Name Inkswitch   
Search for:
 
Sort results:   Ascending Descending
Limit results:
 
 
 
Nickname None given.
Email Concealed by request - Send Mail
ICQ None given.
Description
Homepage http://
Signed On Jan 2, 2004, 12:10
Total Comments 61 (Suspect)
User ID 19820
 
User comment history
< Newer [ 1 2 3 4 ] Older >


News Comments > Code of Honor: The French Foreign Legion Demo
6. Re: No subject Mar 8, 2007, 19:30 Inkswitch
 
I surrender.

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > America's Army: Coalition Released
62. Re: No subject Dec 27, 2006, 18:55 Inkswitch
 
Not wanting war is a valid sentiment. Not going to war when it is needed is short-sighted and foolish. WWII kinda validates my message. Wait, and you pay a heavier price.

Germany got raped by the treaty.........Ummmm maybe they deserved to get raped. Just like Japan deserved to surrender unconditionaly. That is what happens when you try to take over the world and lose. Do you feel sorry for Nazi Germany? Kinda seems like it. It wasn't a big secret that Germany was building it's armed forces for an offensive push. They were doing that for years. Prevention would have helped then. Just as preventing Iran from getting Nukes now should be our highest priority.

Your connecting Christianity with anything is completely invalid. I am not a Christian and absolutely support the war effort. You are obviously biggoted towards Christians. Your statements can only be read as such. Scarier still, you seem to think the Islamic fundamentalists are justified in their targeting of civilians. Very disturbing.

It doesn't surprise me at all that you would side with a Palestinian. Though, there really was never a palestine, nor a Palestinian people until Israel was established. Why would you side with a democratic nation who has to put armed soldiers in their schools because some nutball Muslim straps a bomb to him/herself and targets schoolchildren. It seems that you think targeting civilians specifically is a perfectly acceptable tactic. Perhaps it is. But, at least the US doesn't specifacally target civilians. There are casualties, but we try our hardest to avoid those.

By the way......The democrats murdered more children last year than the US army ever has in it's entire existance. 1.6 million abortions. Sigh. How enlightened you are. I am sure you tell yourself how superior you are while they are sucking your infants brains out.

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > America's Army: Coalition Released
60. Re: No subject Dec 27, 2006, 16:06 Inkswitch
 
Though, as an outside observer, I can say that you have far less to worry about from Christians than Muslims.
Ah that statement made me chuckle. Thought i had to point that out for no reason


What makes me chuckle is your obvious bigotry towards Christians.

Just a question, do you have any idea why the policy of appeasement was being so thoroughly used by most of the European countries before the outbreak of the second world war? If not, i suggest YOU read up on history.

Why don't you explain it to me. I love to hear rationalizations why the West (including the US) let Germany kill 6 million jews and capture most of western Eruope without lifting a finger until the cost was enormous.


 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > America's Army: Coalition Released
58. Re: No subject Dec 25, 2006, 19:04 Inkswitch
 
Thankfully, I can pick up a book, magazine, or other material with complete freedom.

Too bad most of the ME can't. Nor can the women get educations, vote, own anything, etc, etc.... That's the point, dipshit. Our policy doesn't matter when our very way of life threatens their power structure. Our being free threatens their power structure. Quite simple, really.

And, sorry, Muslims and Christians have been going at it for more than a thousand years. Plenty of atrocities on both sides. Though, I don't seem to see any Christians beheading people at the moment........Haven't seen any Christians hijack planes and fly them into buildings. The Catholic religion is a lot more progressive than Islam, to say the least.

And, I am an atheist. Both sides seem a tad wacky to me. Though, as an outside observer, I can say that you have far less to worry about from Christians than Muslims.

But, above all, you have the most to fear from appeasers and people who think that all things can be solved through dialogue. Sometimes they just can't.

See: Neville Chamberlain

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > America's Army: Coalition Released
56. Re: No subject Dec 25, 2006, 09:02 Inkswitch
 
Sounds like some Europeans need some history lessons.

Try starting with Neville "We just need to talk with Hitler" Chamberlain. You people sound exactly like him.

Also, try pulling your heads out of your socialist asses and see that the vast majority of Muslims want you dead. Period. It's not what you or the US has done, it's who we are.

Why do they want you dead? Actually, it is very simple and has very little to do with any country's foreign policy. The fact is that those ME countries keep their populations controlled with an iron fist. Women are nothing. Life means nothing except when given to Allah. With global communications making the world accessible to the comman man, why would populations stay under control of these sexist nutballs? When you are a woman in the ME and see that Western contries elect women to power all the time and are wealthy and succesfull, why would you want to live under the yoke of a government that tells you you are nothing? Just the very existance of Western culture is a dire threat to most Islamic countries.

And, Americans give more to charities. The numbers you all are quoting are official government numbers. NOT personal contributions. Americans give to PRIVATE charity organizations. Those are generally not included in government reports.

This comment was edited on Dec 25, 09:03.
 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > Battlefield 2142 Patch
23. Re: bf snipers.. Nov 21, 2006, 15:19 Inkswitch
 
Sniping doesn't belong in online combat games. There are no VIP's to kill. Sniping is all about hiding and not fighting in online games. No, don't kid yourself you are helping the team by plinking. You are helping nobody. You are just target shooting.

Though, developers should get a clue and release a good sniper game for all these people who like it. They would probably clean up.

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > Star Wars Galaxies Revamp Plans
12. Re: Good move! Nov 2, 2005, 18:06 Inkswitch
 
Let Lucas direct.

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > Romero Departs Midway
65. Re: Asshole Jul 13, 2005, 18:22 Inkswitch
 
Midway will make John Romero their bitch!

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > BF2 Server Fix Testing
48. Re: What about the client side issues? Jul 9, 2005, 12:58 Inkswitch
 
You obviously haven't played Joint Ops. 100 player games are excellent (150 player games is pushing it though)
Yea but their vehicle physics, inparticular the helicopter (I assume planes too) is garbage and nowhere near as good as the BF series. This takes alot of bandwidth and cpu to do it in BF2.


Vehicles in Joint Ops are meant primarily for transportation. JO is focused on infantry, not vehicles.
And, even in the crappy, buggy state that JO is in, it far surpasses BF2 for gameplay.


 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > Ships Ahoy - Battlefield 2
86. Re: Any sales? Jun 21, 2005, 18:34 Inkswitch
 
The storyline header for this thread is wrong.

BF2 does NOT sport a spiffy new engine. It is the same '42 engine that has been modified.

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > Army Threatens Punks
92. Re: heh Jan 13, 2005, 18:14 Inkswitch
 
Why don't you tell us where you are from, Moog?

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > Army Threatens Punks
84. Re: No subject Jan 13, 2005, 15:51 Inkswitch
 
Why don't you let us know where you are from, Moog?

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > Ships Ahoy - DOOM 3
29. Re: Meh Aug 3, 2004, 11:20 Inkswitch
 
Not to mention their leaders take bribes from dictators and support terrorism........

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > Carmack Working Ahead
33. Re: Engines Jul 20, 2004, 21:26 Inkswitch
 
Exactly, Gdiguy. THOSE are the things I want to see.

Instead, we get shadows, and muscle rippling.


yawn

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > Carmack Working Ahead
31. Re: Engines Jul 20, 2004, 21:16 Inkswitch
 
Whatever happened to gameplay?

To be honest, photo-realism doesn't interest me at all. I don't care to see realistic gaping wounds in what I am shooting. Maybe we can add more reality in war games. More AI should cry for their mommy when I shoot them. Maybe they should start pleading with us that they have children at home before we blow their realistic heads off. Realistically, of course.

John Carmack could shit in a box and sell it and many people here would extole it's virtues.

Give me new gameplay!

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > SÖLDNER Patch Plans
80. Re: No subject Jun 21, 2004, 15:28 Inkswitch
 
Thx, nin.

It should really be called the "Let's get Bush!" commission. You want to read some REALLY interesting stuff, do a search for Jamie Gorelic. You think the 180 was alarming.........

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > SÖLDNER Patch Plans
78. Re: No subject Jun 19, 2004, 08:46 Inkswitch
 
Bunny,

The links I gave you are not from the same political persuasion. FOX and ABC are absolutely polar opposites as far as political leanings go. All news organizations are carrying this story.

And, the 9-11 commission is a farce. Here's why. At absolutely NO time did the current administration say that Iraq was involved with Al Queda in 9-11. That is the commissions findings: That Al Queda and Iraq weren't both responsible for 9-11, just Al Queda. The problem with this finding is that Bush and his administration NEVER said that. EVER. You cannot find ANY quotes from the administration linking Iraq to 9-11. What the administration said was that Iraq was involved and supported terrorism. Which is ENTIRELY true. It is well known that Saddam supported terrorists and even paid sucide-bomber's families money for their son/daughter's "sacrifice". These facts are not in doubt. The President said we were going after any and all terrorists wherever they were. And, that's what we are doing now.

What you are seeing is a political attempt to discredit the president by shifting focus away from reality in an election year. Indeed, even to focus away from those truly responsible, the people who were running the CIA and FBI for the last several years. Which happens to be one of the members of the "commission". A member who absolutely refused to resign from the "commission" due to obvious conflict-of-interest issues.

And, sorry bunny. Personal liberties and constitutional rights are wholly an American invention. Go ahead and name one country that had these prior to America. One.

This comment was edited on Jun 19, 08:47.
 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > SÖLDNER Patch Plans
73. Re: No subject Jun 18, 2004, 09:23 Inkswitch
 
ABC and Fox are not owned by the same parent company.

Feel free to do a search for yourself. You'll find plenty of links from plenty of different parent companies for each news source.

 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > SÖLDNER Patch Plans
69. Re: Two Continents - The US and the Rest Jun 17, 2004, 17:27 Inkswitch
 
Sensible post, nin.

I don't agree with the idea that if we stay away from those countries that they will leave us alone, though. I am of the opinion that diplomacy time is over. They hate us for more than just meddling. They hate us because our type of society is a direct threat to theirs. They seem to respect force, so I believe we should provide it.

And, Iraq definately is not a happy/joy place. Just a lot better (and improving) than it was before we got there. We agree.

This comment was edited on Jun 17, 17:28.
 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
News Comments > SÖLDNER Patch Plans
67. Re: Two Continents - The US and the Rest Jun 17, 2004, 14:18 Inkswitch
 
We had every right to march into Japan and Germany and change their leaders. If you don't understand this, you are lost. We have the same right in Afghanastan, Iraq, Syria, Iran, and a couple other M.E. countries. Because they support terrorism and attacks against democratic countries. Every country has a right to respond to any attack. It is now obvious that small, rogue groups can mortally wound a nation's economy and kill thousands of it's citizens in one blow. We reserve the right to attack and remove those governments who support or even turn a blind eye to such groups.

As stated before. Al Queda was never associated with Saddam in the 9-11 attack. Terrorism was. And, that is absolutely true. Saddam had many links to terrorists. Al Queda is just one of many organizations bent on destroying democracy. And, Iraqi agents are definately known to have contact with Al Queda prior to 9-11. This doesn't mean that Saddam had anything to do with the planning. It means that he consorts and supports terrorism. Attacking Iraq is just part of the war against terrorism.

Iraq is much bettor off today. The only reason you don't think so is that your news sources never bothered to report all the horrible acts perpetrated by Saddam. They only like to report things that put the US in a bad light. They don't like to mention the tens of thousands of peope Saddam had murdered. They don't like to mention the rape rooms, and REAL torture chambers. Not the "torture" that is happening in the prison now. REAL torture. Like your hands being cut off, or your ear being cut off. Like your wife and daughters being raped to death in front of you. No, they like to dwell on perfectly legal methods of interrogation. Hoods and nudity are not torture. They are methods of humiliation which is entirely acceptable by our laws. And, we have the most humane interrogation methods on the planet.

They also don't mention all the infrastructure that Saddam allowed to fall to crap and that we have restored. You know, things like water and electricity. Schools and roads. Hospitals and many other services unknown for decades in Iraq.



 
Reply Quote Edit Delete Report
 
61 Comments. 4 pages. Viewing page 1.
< Newer [ 1 2 3 4 ] Older >


footer

Blue's News logo