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In acnl
16 Oct 2019 19:28
(moving to appropriate forum)
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In Looks like we can create threads again, what will you create?
23 Jan 2019 18:51
I see you created a thread on making threads.
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In What is the point to GiGibot?
14 Dec 2018 18:00
The distinguished Nearan-Nadorian spake:
I sometimes wonder about GiGi....


I tried to get her to log in under the GiGiBot account to troll people in the chatroom, but she wasn’t interested. She was only a few months old when I created GiGiBot, so it made baby sounds to mimic her. She turns 10 in a few months.
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In Plans to revive this site
17 Mar 2016 11:38
JSA! JSA! JSA!
USA! USA! USA!
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In Plans to revive this site
14 Mar 2016 00:11
The distinguished RyuHoshi781 spake:
The distinguished HullBreach spakequote]JSA005 and I have something in the works. <img src="/chatrooms/smilies/alien3.gif" alt="">


Yo hull, I sent ya an email and got no responce. Reason?[/quote]

Email?
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In Plans to revive this site
13 Mar 2016 15:43
JSA005 and I have something in the works.
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In 2016 Presidential Elections
10 Aug 2015 12:09
Oh, the Donald! He has been making things interesting.
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In First New Topic in a Year
27 Jul 2015 12:04
Teens are stupid. I know because I was one once.
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In 2016 Presidential Elections
03 Jul 2015 16:22
The distinguished Raisons du Coeur spake:
So, hey, what's up with Ted Cruz? How is he eiligible?


The "natural-born citizen" clause in the U.S. Constitution has never been specifically defined, so qualifications are open for debate.

Obama's mother was 17 when he was born in Hawai'i, and his father was a British citizen from Kenya. At birth, Obama was given dual citizenship, which allowed him to travel to Pakistan - something forbidden by Americans at the time. In 2008, it was determined that Obama was eligible to run for president.

McCain's family was stationed in the Panama Canal Zone, and he was determined eligible because he was born on a U.S. military base.

I'm sure plenty of people will try to tie up the court system over Ted Cruz (as they did with the other 2), if he pulls ahead in the primaries. He was born in Canada to a mother of U.S. citizenship and a father of Cuban citizenship. At birth he was given dual citizenship for the U.S. and Canada.
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In Gay Marriage Bill Passed (UK)
26 Jun 2015 21:53
I have a big problem with today's court ruling. Before you jump at me and scream obscenities, let me explain why:

The United States was founded as a Constitutional Federal Republic. What this means is there exists a governing document that establishes a small central government and leaves all non-enumerated powers to the states to decide.

By taking it upon themselves to interpret non-enumerated powers through the lens of the 14th Amendment (which was meant for equality of the newly-freed slaves), they are trampling the 10th Amendment (states' rights) and causing a slippery slope with the 1st Amendment (specifically freedoms of religion and speech).

I believe that the "correct" decision would have been to invoke the 10th Amendment to determine that the States shall decide the law on their own. The end result of this would be that any states who passed laws through direct elections or through their legislatures would stand, and any states that had determinations through the court system would be overturned.

I believe that many states would take such an opportunity to determine that it is time to remove government from the "business" of marriage (such as Oklahoma) and leave it in the hands of clergy. Government's "business", due to the premise of separation of Church and State, should be to handle civil unions and civil contracts only. Therefore, if people differ on beliefs of marriage, then there is no conflict. At the religious level, marriage continues as it has, and at the civil level, consenting adults can form a civil contract recognized by government for purposes of inheritance, taxation, etc.. Government's only "business" in marriage is control of the populace for tax purposes, and they will be able to keep their grubby hands on the populace in this manner, as well.

We have seen a great deal of vitriol spread by politicians and media over the past few years concerning the definition of marriage (and just about every other topic, no matter the importance). They do this to divide-and-conquer. It is important to keep this in mind because "A kingdom divided against itself cannot stand". Be tolerant and respectful of those around you - even if you disagree with their beliefs - because we will all suffer if we remain divided.
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In Age old religion fight
17 Jun 2015 20:19
The distinguished Equinox71 spake:
Animals have rights too! The right to be tasty.


If God wanted us to be vegetarians, why did He make animals out of meat?
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In 2016 Presidential Elections
17 Jun 2015 20:17
The problem with Hillary Clinton is her credibility, not her gender. She has been hit with so many scandals from Benghazi to the secret email server for official government business. She also has plenty of lingering issues from the 1990s that follow her. If you are interested in a female candidate, don't forget that Carly Fiorina is also running. She carries some baggage from HP and seems like a long-shot candidate, but she is also in the race.

It's better to look at a candidate on issues and records, rather than gender and ethnicity. Both Clinton and Fiorina don't seem like the right candidates for me, due to many reasons that are too long to list here, but I also think many of the male candidates from both major parties are not the right candidates, either.
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In Can we REALLY make the claim that video games are making the youth of today violent?
10 Jan 2015 12:36
Of course video games make kids violent! Just look at how flailingly into Wii Sports kids got, smashing their hands into things, shattering TV sets, breaking windows. Ban Wii Sports!
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In Focus Group Saturday
05 Jul 2014 16:30
I'd like to have them every month or two, and I will try to schedule them at least a week in advance in the future.
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In 2016 Presidential Elections
23 May 2014 11:30
The distinguished Limxzero spake:
Kind of a unique one, Ben Carson could be close to deciding to run. The famed former surgeon is as charismatic as he is controversial. An interesting person whether or not you appreciate his views.


He is more level-headed than most politicians and has that whit and common sense that would connect well in debates. The only problem I see is that lack of experience, but that hasn't stopped plenty of people from running for president in the past, for better or for worse. Barack Obama had absolutely no leadership experience before running, and his allies believe he is doing well.
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In Is our voting system fair?
20 May 2014 19:01
Repeal the 17th amendment and add term limits to all offices. Fairness restored!
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In 2016 Presidential Elections
20 May 2014 18:58
Pedro for president!
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In Screenshots
18 Mar 2014 12:14
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In Screenshots
11 Feb 2014 11:48
We are releasing daily screenshots and renders at http://hullbreachstudios.com.
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In Screenshots
05 Feb 2014 15:21
The distinguished Limxzero spake:
First two images look like one's prototypical transport: a refrigerator with thrusters.


Interplanetary pick-up truck
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