"A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed."
It's simple grammar. This isn't only about a militia. These guys weren't dumb, they could tell that there would be a time when we wouldn't have/need a militia anymore, and appropriately worded this amendment to make sure that, even after our militia is gone, we still are guaranteed a way to defend ourselves from assault/oppressive government/criminals/whatever and a way to hunt game. Not to mention, repealing the second amendment would actually allow the government to completely take away all guns, so when criminals come out with them, there's nothing to do about it. Guy breaks into your house with a gun and you don't have one. What do you do? You die. If you had a gun, he'd more likely be dead. The problem actually is not guns. The problem is not that the amendment is invalid. The problem is there's not enough insane asylums/smart people to actually be safe without guns. If we had less insane people/dumb people/people with mental disabilities, we'd have a lot less violence, because those are the people who kill people. Guns do not kill people. Insanity kills people. We must be limiting insanity, not guns. In fact, limiting guns is illegal. "...shall not be infringed." And there you go.
Did I win yet?
Horum ego vere, vere, vere, vere strenuus volutpat. Ego eram iustus excutiens quia graviter adeo industria (cum insanis ego vere similis hoc adepto, ego committitur pervellam multum, et brachia mea omnino spaz ex sulum toties), audiebat quasi quidam horizon et adducite mihi guitaring cæli, et transivi ad audiendum meshuggah et justum est totaliter amisit animi mei. Volume C%, eram per totam cameram meam iusta de flipping.
Ego nisus sursum brachio occurrens cecidit.
Ego omnino freaked egressus sum crocus et murmurationis, non quia ego eram in dolore (i fuit), sed quod cogitatio doloris sensit terribilis ut EGO iustus custodivit tripudium.
V horis post multum nocet brachium meum, non dormiamus sicut et ego ictus eu justo.
Quid accidit cur me ita esse utilem ignorare est iniuria?
Cur tibi ego stultus?
Hoc picture repraesentat quod sentio sicut nunc:
(non fuit universus sors sanguinis mittendus est pro duobus minutis, sed non multum, iustus sicut infernus nocere)
Ok, no more Latin. All clear.
Earlier today (Wednesday, June 13, 2012, at approximately 7:00 Eastern) I developed what I call the Yolo Fund. How it works is every time someone says "yolo" or anything even remotely close to "yolo" such as "y0l0" "yo.lo" "yoolo" etc. in the Sal's Friends Chat, that person owes me 1m (PER YOLO). This does not apply if you are asking what yolo means, or totally demolishing the establishment of yolo. Also, it does not apply if you are on my ignore list for obvious reasons. Please make sure that you can afford to pay me for the amount of times you're going to say yolo before you do indeed say yolo.
Tcmp3: owing a grand total of 75 million coins, out of the 75 million cap.
Guitarguy377: 75 million
YOLOISTS (RuneScape Username):
Tender Toes: 1m
Deli Creep: 1m
Needy Sonic: 6m
Amber Yolo: 21m
The Undying Imperial High God of Omnipotence and Salmons, His Excellency Salmoneus the Divine: 1 Santa Hat
Hay Seuss/Omg Hax Fail: 5m
Smd Nomads: 3m
Payment due to collector: 30,000,000
Payment due to third party via agreement: 30,000,000
Excess money: 213,000,000
Payment collector is sworn to secrecy and cannot reveal his identity unless collecting money from the names above.
P.S. I'm not kidding. Also, if you comment on this blog with "yolo" or anything remotely close, you owe me 5m per yolo instead of the regular 1m.
I can't do this anymore. As soon as EoC comes out, I'm quitting
Bet you were expecting me to say I was quitting Runescape. Well maybe that was a joke. HAHA. FAT CHANCE.
Yeah, no. I'm going to stick with RuneScape until it dies. I will not quit just because a minority of players believes EoC will kill Runescape. But this isn't about EoC. This is about me, and the fact that I just cannot continue existing in this clan where I basically represent the exact opposite of what the (active Runescape) community represents, or at least seems to. Yeah, arguing with you guys is fun. It gets old. Real fast. And it just got old.
I'm posting this in a month in advance because I still plan on staying on the forums because of the Minecraft community. It's just that I want a month to kind of separate from the Runescape community. And also I might go on a boss mass or two if those ever pick up again.
But, now that I have you here...
I just wanted to say that I've wasted a good 20 seconds of your life. You won't get them back, and typing that comment complaining about it is just gonna waste more seconds of your life. And while we're wasting your life, why not just sit here and do absolutely nothing for a couple of hours?
So I got into a lengthy debate on how poorly designed World Event 2 is (which, of course, it is,), which included some of the following topics:
-PvP and Caravans
-Free Construction xp (is good part)
The vast majority of it ended up being about stuns, anticipation, and freedom.
Basically, there was this one Bandos (who, I believe, is still top of the kills board) and this one Armadyl guy.
Essentially, soon as I start telling them about how stuns are the reason PvP is broken (I'll explain soon), that somehow equates to being anti-EoC.
So, I hold my stuns-broke-PvP position due entirely to this:
Freedom has a 30 second cooldown and prevents stuns for 6 seconds.
Anticipation has a 24 second cooldown and prevents all status problems for 10 seconds.
Using freedom, followed immediately upon deactivation by anticipation will give 16 seconds of stun immunity, with 20 seconds left for freedom to recharge once both have worn out, then another 4 for anticipation. Or 6, I don't know.
During these 20 seconds, you can be stunned again. Guess what you can do? Abso-fudgeing-lutely nothing.
Unless, of course, you stun the other guy first. But what if he's currently immune? What if it doesn't hit? What if it does hit and this just becomes a goddamn stun war?
That's why stuns broke PvP: there is no skill involved anymore. It's basically just "use stun-preventing abilities, then stun the other guy real quick while I'm weak to stuns, then use the stun-preventing abilities again, then stun the other guy when they run out..."
It's a stun war. The deciding factor in PvP battles is really who gets more stuns in. That's about it. Simple to understand, right? Well, here's an elaboration:
As stuns prevent you from doing anything during their duration, your natural response is to use Freedom, and then Anticipation, so as to get the maximum amount of stun immunity. While you're immune, what do you do? Well, certainly can't let the other guy get hits in, so should probably stun him. Oh, looks like he used freedom. Well, just beat him a little bit then use some other stunning ability, then he won't be able to do anything. Then wail on him while he can't do anything. And then he'll be ready to do more stuff, and he doesn't want you to hit him. So he stuns. Then I think you get the point.
So, now that that's all clear and understandable, on to why humans are dumb:
Got into an argument with the Bandos and Armadyl mentioned above, mostly about stuns.
Ended up explaining the situation to them basically exactly as described just above.
Turns out, somehow, disliking stuns in PvP automatically equates to being anti-EoC.
As a result, this not only means that the entire game is based around PvP, but also that such PKers admit to such combat being centered on stuns, as stuns in PvP is the equivalent of EoC, and if one supports EoC, then one does lots of PvP and thus uses lots of stuns.
Humans are dumb because they jump to these idiotic conclusions based on absolutely nothing, that in turn mean nothing and could easily be dismissed with one simple point of logic.
The point of logic that counters PvP = EoC is this:
The Evolution of Combat was based around PvM combat, which is why PvP experience gains were removed. As such, stuns were not designed for use in PvP settings, resulting in their presently devastating effect on any human being they touch. Oh, and there were other abilities introduced besides stuns, you two idiots I was arguing with.
The point of logic that proves that stuns did in fact ruin PvP is this:
Being that the Evolution of Combat and the abilities brought in alongside were designed for PvM immediately means that, as soon as people find a way to gain an advantage in a PvP environment that doesn't require more than the critical parts of the brain, they will use it. They will use it to death. As stuns prevent you from doing anything, and the stun-blocking abilities will still be half-charged while you are vulnerable, they must either be changed to Binds in PvP environments, thus blocking only the movement of the enemy, or else have all stun abilities blocked in PvP, and any abilities that include stuns have their stunning power removed in PvP. This change is necessary due to the fact that PvP fights are won simply by stunning your opponent the most. If your opponent has been stunned for longer than you have, then you can naturally deal more damage to him than he can to you. As a result, stuns MUST be changed.
Oh, and make PvP mandatory for participating in the World Event. At all.
I used to have the position that it should just be for convoy participation, but seriously, skillers don't make sense anyways. And there aren't that many of them. Why appeal to the vast minority like that? I'm literally considering just canceling membership and walking away if WE3 has PvP, but it's not mandatory.
Discuss if you want, but I won't argue back because all my points are already in here.
when former citizens of the Soviet Union can't tell if they even left for America in the first place.
I know many who cannot do such a thing.
"Also Smilefishy is really cool and you should all give him high fives." ~Amber Pyre
that the oldschool RS servers are now at level 1, which means they're guaranteed, and so everyone stopped voting and there's about 1/3 of a vote per hour.
All things considered, that's actually a pretty decent rate.