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  1. Pinkie-Dawn
    January 18th, 2015 5:30 PM
    Pinkie-Dawn
    Boy is this future horrifying. http://knowyourmeme.com/videos/106394-social-justice-blogging


    And to think this is what SJW are striving for.
  2. Corvus of the Black Night
    January 7th, 2015 2:53 PM
    Corvus of the Black Night
    Goddamn, whatever anime that must be must be amazing.
  3. Pinkie-Dawn
    January 7th, 2015 12:50 PM
    Pinkie-Dawn
    I've never checked the name of the anime the gif is from (I found it off of google images when typing "raptor gifs"), the only hint I got from it that it was the gif's title "turbogamecat."
  4. Corvus of the Black Night
    January 7th, 2015 9:44 AM
    Corvus of the Black Night
    What is the sauce on your sig gif.
  5. Corvus of the Black Night
    December 22nd, 2014 1:02 PM
    Corvus of the Black Night
    I'm no medical expert but I do know that living in space leads to some problems that were not exactly forseen by earthlings. For example, losing bone mass in space is indeed a real thing but it's because of the conditions in which an individual is subject to, meaning that it's more difficult to go back to Earth afterward, because the body builds its bones around the stress of Earth's gravity. However, exercise is possible in outer space and you probably wouldn't get morbidly obese from just being in space, and considering that in the movie Wall-E, there seemed to be an ability to anchor all those people down somehow with some form of artificial gravity (seems almost like it was the same amount on earth personally) considering that they're not floating when they fall out of their chairs, so it's kind of silly that they're obese for that reason. I always thought they were obese because they relied on technology to get them around.

    Either way, if you could not accurately produce the necessary gravity required you would lose your bone mass, and yes, it would make it more difficult to exercise, but would impact you more when you return than when you are in space, since your body is going around and adjusting to its surroundings (and the reason why they lose bone mass is because the stress that continues to build your bones doesn't exist).

    Unfortunately that damage can be permanent and can lead to a slew of skeletal problems so it's not really ideal unless you just lived in space permanently.

    P.S. I didn't really like Wall-E. It wasn't terrible but I thought it was a really forced movie, and didn't really feel like a genuine production unlike some of Pixar's other stuff. And that's coming from someone who supports the eco-friendly message it's selling lol.
  6. Pinkie-Dawn
    December 22nd, 2014 9:53 AM
    Pinkie-Dawn
    Does the movie Wall-E accurately depicts what happens when humans live in space (everyone having massive bone loss, due to gravity, resulting in obesity)?
  7. Corvus of the Black Night
    November 26th, 2014 10:43 AM
    Corvus of the Black Night
    good lord no

    In the case of watch dogs and sonicboom yeah it deserves coverage to protect consumers sure that's fine. Just like how you should protect consumers from ****** laptops or whatever

    but hell no they shouldn't be on that same level of content
  8. Pinkie-Dawn
    November 26th, 2014 9:48 AM
    Pinkie-Dawn
    Do you think video games should become part of politics to the point where outrage from the fans regarding Watch_Dogs failing to live up expectations, Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric being a glitch mess, and Ridley not being playable in Smash Bros. should be given the same treatment as homicidal murders, Obama's current presidential status, and ISIS (now that video games are becoming part of everyday lives and all that)?