Good lord, Riley, why don't you come up with something new for a change?You've got to give him credit... instead of bashing Valve he's now bashing me. I'd rather he attack me for a reason than bash Valve for none - so I'm happy. Childish insults are more pleasant than paranoid, baseless lies.
Well, you can't go long without bringing me up... it appears that I'm really getting to youYour stupidity is so predictable. There you are dog, right on cue. I mentioned you, fool, because the post to which he referred was a reply to you and because you were the other idiot who misunderstood the original post.
You obviously don't know how to read any better than that idiot theyarecomingforyou.Well, you can't go long without bringing me up... it appears that I'm really getting to you. The mighty Smiley brought down by myself, a master of cunning. Try not to take too long coming up with a biting come back - we don't want your dinner to go cold, else your mother will have to heat it up again.
which you put too much stock in its relevance.You obviously don't know how to read any better than that idiot theyarecomingforyou. The point of that statement was that the content of the original post was not merely a joke. It was satire. As for whether it matters, since I wasn't the only one who understood it and enjoyed it, it matters.
There really isn't a fine line between in-your-face out-of-context advertising and subversive unobstructive advertising;
Unless EA gets a hold of it. Now we're gonna have in-advertisment games to play.
If you weren't so obtuse, you would see that it was more than just a joke.
What kind of ads could possibly fit into the future setting of bf2142?A future without McDonald's or Coca Cola? Please. Even if the world was taken over by robots they just make bolt burgers and oil drinks, though I'm not sure tampon companies would have the same longevity.
Do you mean "obtuse".......Yes, it was a typo.
All we get...is a joke?If you weren't so obtuse, you would see that it was more than just a joke.