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14. Re: On Sale Feb 13, 2017, 17:27 Kxmode
 
Agent-Zero wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 19:10:
Kxmode wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 18:06:
Is there a difference between a company like Cloud Imperium Games doing early access for Star Citizen and Funcom doing early access for Conan Exiles?

is there a difference between a group like the christians claiming they are the "chosen people of god" and a group like the nazis claiming they are the "chosen people of god"?

Not to rez this comment but since it's quoted in some replies I will say that's some high level of ignorance especially considering the brief history of Witnesses in Nazi Germany that I recently posted.

"A lost history of the Holocaust (or at least not mentioned much) are all the "undesirables" who were executed by the Nazi SS and includes gypsies, gays, mentally challenged, blacks, foreign fighters (like Russians), and many others including a sizeable number of Jehovah Witnesses (known by their purple triangle). Specifically what made the Jehovah Witnesses fascinating is that most were non-Jewish Germans. They loved their spiritual brothers and sisters so much that they were willing to be shot and killed than give them up. And their freedom from concentration camps was guaranteed if they simply signed a piece of paper denouncing their God and faith. A great many would not and were gassed, hung, beheaded, or worse."

Spouting hateful rhetoric is never cool against a minority group, especially when it's not true.

P.S. Blue feel free to delete all the comments that quote it. It's mean-spirited, hateful, and completely off topic.
 
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50. Re: Out of the Blue Feb 13, 2017, 17:06 Kxmode
 
Warning, big reply incoming. Hopefully, it sounds as respectful as possible. And apologies for the length.

jdreyer wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 08:01:
Kxmode wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 01:14:
Or what it does is similar to people who mention their degrees and PhDs. Primarily it's to let those accusing me of being an ignorant "Xtian" know that when I use the Bible in my messages, it comes from decades of personal study. Just like if you have decades of automotive repair I'm going to defer to your knowledge of the subject.

I think that big difference is that politics affects everyone, while religion affects a much smaller subset and is in decline in the West and in the US.

If Trump had been chosen as pope, maybe we'd be discussing religion a bit more.

I don't know how many ways I can say I am apolitical. All Witnesses are apolitical. Unlike the vast majority of religions, we do not get involved in the politics or affairs of any nation in any way, shape, or form. There's a reason why you will never see a Jehovah's Witness run for any political office. The mingling of religion and politics turns off many people and rightfully so. I agree the blending of the two is disgusting. The Bible repeatedly condemns it. Also, it would be virtually impossible to talk about the benefits of God's Kingdom if we were to actively support a political figure. The TLDR is there's no conflict of interest with Witnesses. Other faiths cannot make that claim.

Agent-Zero wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 08:14:
of course they mean different things, but if you want to whitewash them and take it out of context then you certainly wont be talking about a "true meaning"

for the first, its an obvious indication of outright rebellion against the social order

for the second, its an obvious indication of apocalyptic judgement of those considered "unworthy" by him or his followers

the actual historical research (from what little can be gathered from cross referenced sources of ancient scribes) makes it clear that the jesus of nazareth was a rabble rouser and one of many many apocalyptic cults of the era, he was not a particularly successful one in his time compared to many other groups he co-existed with ... however as a martyr and symbol of rebellion against rome, his cult endured among the various oppressed and particularly thrived under certain propagandists such as Paul, and was eventually leveraged against these very same "oppressed people" by the Romans in the most classical subversion of all time, eventually resulting in the "Holy Roman Empire" by way of Constantine and the Council of Nicaea

With respect, neither conclusion is correct. It is almost impossible to conclude what Jesus meant from the passages quoted. You have to dig much deeper and look at the context of WHAT Jesus said, and WHERE he said it. All that said, thanks for sharing. Always interesting to read what people think about various Bible passages.

Beamer wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 09:45:
I mean, but you don't have a PhD. I'd trust a PhD in quantum physics before I trusted a guy that home studied as a hobby.

That same sort of thinking is of the kind that the chief priests thought about Peter and John. "Now when they beheld the outspokenness of Peter and John, and perceived that they were men unlettered and ordinary." (Acts 4:13) In other words, Peter and John were uneducated rabble according to their standards of the time. It is very haughty to claim that because someone does not have a Ph.D. that this somehow invalidates the years of study he or she did. People can spend years in a university; this does not necessarily mean they known their subject well.

Beamer wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 09:45:
Not to mention, religion is belief based, not fact based. You're coming in with the assumption that there's a big beardo in the sky and he made a virgin pregnant. I reject that, so can reject much of what else you say because it's based upon something I think is incorrect. Much like, if a guy comes to me and says I should listen to him on science because he's read a lot, and global warming isn't real, I'd cut him off there, thank him, and exit the discussion because nothing meaningful would come from it.

You are right! Many Christian religions based their tenents on traditions and customs that are not found in the Bible. However, I would recommend you look past all the noise to the Bible's message. Most of it is grounded in reality of events that did happen. For example, the Exodus account is historical. The only reason scholars and archeologists say it did not occur is they are looking in the wrong period. They base their evidence on ~1,300 BCE and the time of Ramesses II. They are off by 200-300 years. The events in Exodus occurred around 1,500 BCE. The evidence supports that period, but scholars and archeologists suppress this because it does not fit their world view of when the Exodus account SHOULD happen. It is intellectual dishonesty at an institutional level.

Redmask wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 09:52:
Sadly for you, no one cares about the bible or about your feelings for it. I know that hurts because you desperately crave the attention and approval of others but you can't have it. You act like you're owed something because you read an old book and want to pretend to be an authority figure but you're just as useless as a random blog page. You have no authority to speak about religion nor lecture anyone else on it. All that you've demonstrated is a bratty need to steer the conversation toward religion whenever possible, despite previously saying you would not do so. The craven need to tout your own authority and knowledge speaks to deep seeded insecurity that we can't help you with, you're looking for help in the wrong place.

I know. That's why my initial post in this thread quite literally had no bible quotes or Christian comments. My exact words were, "Amazing how you all keep talking about political stuff on a video game site. It's almost as silly as a Christian talking about Bible stuff on a video game site, amirite? Wacko " It was others who turned it into a "religious witch-hunt." My initial comment only pointed out the hypocrisy of stifling speech one doesn't agree with, especially in a thread call Out of the Blue. Do you not see this? I may disagree with what someone writes, but I would never tell them to go away or stop posting about a certain topic.

Mr. Tact wrote on Feb 13, 2017, 00:56:
Kxmode wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 23:09:
This is a personal attack on my faith and beliefs and has nothing to do with the bible or Christianity.
"faith and beliefs".. that's the problem. When your argument is based on faith and beliefs, you have no argument. You can have faith and belief in the tooth fairy if you want. And while you are free to believe whatever you desire, and in the US have freedom to speak about it, it doesn't provide any validity to your beliefs other than establishing the existence of those beliefs.

You do not understand the point. Faith and belief is a part of what makes a person who they are, and it is not just religious in nature. For example, you have "faith and belief" the sun will rise. Why? Well, apparently because the evidence shows it will. People have "faith and hope" that their efforts of saving for retirement will lead to a relatively comfortable life. Decades of examples of people who have achieved this goal would demonstrate this to be so.

On the other hand, the Bible and Christianity are objects of someone's faith and beliefs. That is the difference. Personally attacking someone's faith and belief instead of the objects of them has no merit in a logical discussion. While they are mutually inclusion, they are also separate. I really hope you understand the difference.

Verno wrote on Feb 13, 2017, 11:09:
Kxmode wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 23:09:
This is what I'm talking about. This is not a discussion. This is a personal attack on my faith and beliefs and has nothing to do with the bible or Christianity. That's why I was saying perhaps the best path forward is for us all not to discuss religion AND politics on a video game site. You wouldn't do it at the table during Thanksgiving (or maybe you would I don't know) I only think it would be good for everyone. So say we all?!

Why should any of us give a shit about your faith? At least when we talk about football, politics and other aspects of life there is some basis in fact. Religious discussion is endless bullshit predicated on a mountain of nonsense like yours. I will attack it as I please when you continually post about it. You can't post public statements then declare them off limits. The same way people go after my political beliefs when I post them here. This is the core problem with religion right here, it's little juveniles like you that declare it to be some unassailable part of their identity yet have no issue annoying everyone else with it constantly.

You want to talk about it? No problem, this thread is a meek example of how that's going to look every time you try on here. When you really piss people off it's going to be way worse.

I didn't bring it up. My exact and initial words in this thread were, "Amazing how you all keep talking about political stuff on a video game site. It's almost as silly as a Christian talking about Bible stuff on a video game site, amirite? Wacko " It was you and others who turned it into a "religious thing." My initial comment was an observation of the Janus-faced nature of suppressing opposing points of view, especially in a thread call Out of the Blue.

The fact that I have not gone crazy on political comments begs the question, who's more mature about handling uninterested topics? A mature and apathetic nod are more than enough for things you do not particularly care about. Flying off the handle is not kosher.

Hope this clarified things.
 
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13. Re: On Sale Feb 13, 2017, 16:04 Kxmode
 
Primalchrome wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 19:53:
Kxmode wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 18:06:
Is there a difference between a company like Cloud Imperium Games doing early access for Star Citizen and Funcom doing early access for Conan Exiles?
You're trolling and you know it.... Exiles is a reasonably priced single cost game that is in a functional state as soon as your money hits the table. Star Citizen is a pie in the sky idea that will never deliver or be functional in the way the consumers are expecting.

Asking a legitimate question isn't trolling.
 
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27. Re: On Sale Feb 13, 2017, 15:25 Kxmode
 
jacobvandy wrote on Feb 13, 2017, 11:45:
More than a little, it has zero effect on gameplay and did nothing to deter millions of people from buying it (before it even released on consoles). It's a side effect of reconciling unhindered first-person movements with the third-person models, without making it look even weirder by anchoring the hand to the proper position and having the arm stretch back and forth like taffy.

Sure, indie devs could be called amateurs for not having an 8-figure budget for their art department, but take three guesses at how many fucks they give...

Have you seen Epic Battle Simulator? It's in early alpha. THOUSANDS of soldiers on a battlefield and all of them hold their weapons correctly.
 
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26. Re: On Sale Feb 13, 2017, 15:23 Kxmode
 
Numinar wrote on Feb 13, 2017, 07:20:
Kxmode wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 17:57:
rawbelly wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 17:25:
Wanted the combat to feel like Chivalry.

Why would the Chivalry developers include this screenshot on the Steam store page showing terrible hand placement? It looks bad. Like amateurish bad.

Sounds a little pedantic. Do any games get this kind of thing right? And also support 64 player online melee? I hazard to guess that most compromises would be due to having to animate and model something that works in first person and for external observers/opponents.

It's not pedantic, and no, many games get this kind of thing right. The devs can put any number of screenshots on their Steam store page. Choosing that particular one is hilarious.
 
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2. Re: On Sale Feb 12, 2017, 18:06 Kxmode
 
Is there a difference between a company like Cloud Imperium Games doing early access for Star Citizen and Funcom doing early access for Conan Exiles?  
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15. Re: On Sale Feb 12, 2017, 17:59 Kxmode
 
inveigle88 wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 14:50:
Ubisoft = Pass

Not always, but often.
 
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14. Re: On Sale Feb 12, 2017, 17:57 Kxmode
 
rawbelly wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 17:25:
Wanted the combat to feel like Chivalry.

Why would the Chivalry developers include this screenshot on the Steam store page showing terrible hand placement? It looks bad. Like amateurish bad.
 
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33. Re: On Sale Feb 12, 2017, 01:14 Kxmode
 
Redmask wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 00:48:
Look at me everyone, I'm the center of attention! Look at me! LOOK AT ME.

Or what it does is similar to people who mention their degrees and PhDs. Primarily it's to let those accusing me of being an ignorant "Xtian" know that when I use the Bible in my messages, it comes from decades of personal study. Just like if you have decades of automotive repair I'm going to defer to your knowledge of the subject.
 
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32. Re: On Sale Feb 12, 2017, 01:04 Kxmode
 
Redmask wrote on Feb 12, 2017, 00:53:
You're a special little Christian snowflake, we get it. No one wants to do bible study with you here, leave us to discuss sports and politics in peace you're fucking boring.

This is not a bible study. I made a point using the Bible as a reference. I'm not responsible for your hatred of it. If I have to deal with political discussions in a thread called "Out of the Blue" then you will deal with the occasional religious message. If such a message causes you to foam at the mouth, I recommend 20 mg of valium or beer; whichever tickles your fancy.
 
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30. Re: On Sale Feb 12, 2017, 00:50 Kxmode
 
Agent-Zero wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 23:50:
the other side hates you and wants to kill you. just like you hate all the non-christians and want them to burn in hell forever

Unfortunately, this kind of ignorance is rampant by most and in particular among those with no understanding of Bible, and TRUE Christianity. Note: I specifically chose understanding instead of knowledge for the reason you will see in the next reply.

Hatred is NOT one of the tenets of true Christianity and Jehovah's Witnesses. It is, however, a principle tenet of most Christendom faiths by the simple fact that people put their nation's interests above their fellow human. Even though the motto is "God, Country, Corps" the fact of the matter is country always take priority. This loyalty is demonstrated by the willingness to slaughter others for their country; even when the other person is in the same religion but wears a different uniform. Jesus specifically mentioned the two greatest commandments in the Law of Moses as 1. Must love Jehovah with whole heart, mind, soul, and strength and 2. must love your neighbor as yourself. (Luke 12:29-31 quoting almost verbatim Deuteronomy 6:5 and Leviticus 19:18) Neither of those provides room for hatred. Love cannot exist at the end of a muzzle and this rule doesn't only apply to terrorist who kill in their name of their god.

Agent-Zero wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 23:50:
Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. And a man's foes shall be they of his own household.

And when ye come into an house, salute it. And if the house be worthy, let your peace come upon it: but if it be not worthy, let your peace return to you. And whosoever shall not receive you, nor hear your words, when ye depart out of that house or city, shake off the dust of your feet. Verily I say unto you, It shall be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrha in the day of judgment, than for that city.

- Gospel of Matthew, Ch. 10

Those two passages mean different things. Jesus was first warning those who would follow him (both then and now) about the hardships they would face from family members for their beliefs. Most of the scribes, Pharisees, and Sadducees saw Jesus and his followers as a cult against the social norm of Judaism and Jewish culture (sound familiar?). In the second part, Jesus provided instructions to his disciples in how they should conduct themselves in their house-to-house ministry and particularly when the householder receives them. Back in Jesus day, it was the custom to welcome visitors into one's house, even going as far as washing their feet. Neither has anything to do with my comments in this thread.

Please realize that if you throw scriptures at me, I understand them, much like a mathematician understands math. Don't misconstrue that as arrogance. It is merely a stated fact. I don't know things like mechanical engineering, trigonometry, and rocket science, but I do know the Bible.
 
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26. Re: On Sale Feb 11, 2017, 23:48 Kxmode
 
Agent-Zero wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 23:30:
Christianity is stupid. Communism is good. Give up.

I don't do low IQ bumper-sticker conversations.
 
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25. Re: On Sale Feb 11, 2017, 23:31 Kxmode
 
WarPig wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 18:21:
Yes, it's a gaming site but this is the OoTB section which has always been for off-topic discussions - as long as it stays civil of course.

Absolutely WarPig. I do wish that would happen. Unfortunately, the usual hateful rhetoric is the overwhelming response to anything I post with scriptures or Christian topics. The general "Xtians suck," "book of riddles," "sky wizard," "Jehovah's Witnesses are a CULT!!!," and other such nonsense that I have heard and seen countless times before. It is not about discussing the message but more about attacking the messenger. However, I do not want to get everyone up in arms when asked to stop by most. So I agreed even though I kept most of my religious comments confined to a thread called "Out of the Blue" (a very appropriate thread as you point out). I believe my last words were "I'll hold back, especially on Out of the Blue." My comment on this thread had no Bible verses quoted or shared Christian beliefs. It was merely a keen observation of the hypocrisy of telling someone not to talk religion in an off topic thread, and yet political discussions continue unabated. It is suppression of freedom of speech by the will of a mob. If I have to put up with the political nonsense being very apolitical, then my religious comments should be met with an apathetic, but mature nod.
 
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23. Re: On Sale Feb 11, 2017, 23:09 Kxmode
 
RedEye9 wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 18:26:
Kxmode wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 15:44:
Amazing how you all keep talking about political stuff on a video game site. It's almost as silly as a Christian talking about Bible stuff on a video game site, amirite? Wacko
CULT based religious babble from a Jehovah Witness is not cool anywhere. Jehovah’s witnesses are very strongly cultic in both doctrine and behaviour, thus fitting both categories of false doctrine and mind control.

This is what I'm talking about. This is not a discussion. This is a personal attack on my faith and beliefs and has nothing to do with the bible or Christianity. That's why I was saying perhaps the best path forward is for us all not to discuss religion AND politics on a video game site. You wouldn't do it at the table during Thanksgiving (or maybe you would I don't know) I only think it would be good for everyone. So say we all?!
 
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12. Re: On Sale Feb 11, 2017, 17:50 Kxmode
 
Cutter wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 16:16:
jdreyer wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 16:00:
Kxmode wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 15:44:
Amazing how you all keep talking about political stuff on a video game site. It's almost as silly as a Christian talking about Bible stuff on a video game site, amirite? Wacko

Meh, those Christian conversations tended to be pretty one-sided...

Even more so with Muslims. It's hard to argue with them, particularly with your head cut off.

That is not a discussion; that's forced proselytization and it has absolutely nothing to do with my faith and beliefs. However, you go ahead and keep painting all religions with that broad brush of ignorance. I tend to stay away from topics I do not understand (like mechanical engineering). I think it would be good for you to do the same.
 
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19. Re: On Sale Feb 11, 2017, 17:34 Kxmode
 
Pr()ZaC wrote on Feb 9, 2017, 09:15:
rawbelly wrote on Feb 8, 2017, 23:03:
I would however line up to meet God .
You are already lined up, you know. Everybody is

I beg to differ.
 
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11. Re: On Sale Feb 11, 2017, 17:22 Kxmode
 
jdreyer wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 16:00:
Kxmode wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 15:44:
Amazing how you all keep talking about political stuff on a video game site. It's almost as silly as a Christian talking about Bible stuff on a video game site, amirite? Wacko

Meh, those Christian conversations tended to be pretty one-sided...

Studying the Bible kind of gives someone the ability to do that, just like discussing math with a mathematician gives them the ability to handle the subject well. Also, I wouldn't call it a conversation if it tends to descend into personal attacks. I don't mind discussing the Bible and Christianity with people but when it turns hostile then I'm good. Anyhow, the point of my cheeky comment is to say most of you have "kindly" asked me not to discussion the Bible, Religion, or Christianity on this site because it's about video games (a worthy point). So in kind, I would ask you all not to discuss politics because, again, this site is about video games. That seems fair to me.
 
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16. Re: On Sale Feb 11, 2017, 15:50 Kxmode
 
El Pit wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 05:00:
ViRGE wrote on Feb 11, 2017, 04:52:
I get why they picked the Enterprise. However I personally would have liked to see the Defiant; it's a tough little ship.

LITTLE?!

Perhaps today is a good day to die. PREPARE FOR RAMMING SPEED!
 
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15. Re: On Sale Feb 11, 2017, 15:49 Kxmode
 
SlimRam wrote on Feb 10, 2017, 22:12:
EDIT: Ah, cool, it says you can play as just a solo captain.

How can that be? Solo was the captain of the Millennium Falcon!
 
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