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#12 - We're talking two completely different definitions of better, …  [+] (5 new replies) 07/28/2015 on The best for our future +3
User avatar #28 - gravysponge (07/29/2015) [-]
This pretty much.

it's also the reason why I consider cows pigs and chickens to be some of the most successful animals currently alive today. They have found and fully exploited a niche that ensures that a vastly powerful species will feed, care for, and ensure the survival of almost every member of their species.
#46 - anon (07/29/2015) [-]
They didn't find or fully exploit anything, they got found and fully exploited.
User avatar #77 - gravysponge (07/29/2015) [-]
Sure, in the same way animals usually get selected by environmental conditions and so on. Saying something 'found a niche' is just another way of saying the same thing.
#13 - lardking (07/28/2015) [-]
I was making a joke there, why so serious?
User avatar #15 - Blargosnarf (07/28/2015) [-]
... I don't know, I started thinking about ecology and didn't stop...
#7 - Prove... what point? Of eco collapse? I just said an example a…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/28/2015 on The best for our future +3
#9 - lardking (07/28/2015) [-]
that nature isn't so smug and we can breed better beasties
User avatar #12 - Blargosnarf (07/28/2015) [-]
We're talking two completely different definitions of better, and the nature one is extremely flimsy. To nature, the domesticated dog is a near evolutionary failure, some breeds are straight up failures, no longer able to properly care for their own selves or their pack. At the same time they're a massive success, being cemented into the sociology, psychology, and civilization of the most successful evolutionary marvels has secured their place alongside our history with virtually zero threat of endangerment or extinction. If you're basing evolutionary "success" on the three key principles of nature; eat, reproduce, survive, even then the domesticated dog is a mixed bag, no longer do they have the proper freedom to chose their own mate, guide their own pack, defend their territory or claim any as their own; humans do that for them, and because of that, they are in no danger of failure. In essence, a dog is little different than cattle, except we don't harvest them for resources (well, some do), instead we receive companionship, security, safeguarding, and assistance with hunting.
User avatar #28 - gravysponge (07/29/2015) [-]
This pretty much.

it's also the reason why I consider cows pigs and chickens to be some of the most successful animals currently alive today. They have found and fully exploited a niche that ensures that a vastly powerful species will feed, care for, and ensure the survival of almost every member of their species.
#46 - anon (07/29/2015) [-]
They didn't find or fully exploit anything, they got found and fully exploited.
User avatar #77 - gravysponge (07/29/2015) [-]
Sure, in the same way animals usually get selected by environmental conditions and so on. Saying something 'found a niche' is just another way of saying the same thing.
#13 - lardking (07/28/2015) [-]
I was making a joke there, why so serious?
User avatar #15 - Blargosnarf (07/28/2015) [-]
... I don't know, I started thinking about ecology and didn't stop...
#7 - It's also deep tinted glass, not nearly as much light as, say,… 07/28/2015 on Beer bottles. +3
#74 - except he's wrong in... preeeeeeetty much every way.  [+] (6 new replies) 07/28/2015 on Fallout 3 plot in a nutshell +3
#91 - anon (07/28/2015) [-]
explain how he is wrong
User avatar #95 - Blargosnarf (07/29/2015) [-]
MOTHER FU- I was responding with a long winded retort, but I mistakenly closed the reply window. Being lazy/angry I now chose to only say "take my word for it", as I no longer have the will to reply to an anon.
User avatar #99 - warrenzthehero (07/29/2015) [-]
I'm curious, and not an anon.
I agree with you, but I don't have any actual idea to back that up and am hoping you will provide those for me.
User avatar #105 - Blargosnarf (07/29/2015) [-]
Ugh, alright, alright.

First off, James' sacrifice was far from for nothing, Colonel Autumn already showed he had very little care for the wastelander scientist' lives, killing one of the lab assistants without hesitation or question as to her importance to the project. As soon as Autumn gained full control, he would have killed them all anyway, at least with what he did the Enclave would be distracted and the others could slip away, not to mention buy time for the wanderer as the Enclave scientists would have to decode his password and functions themselves.

The part where he says the water purifier "has no reason to exist at all" makes me believe the person in question hasn't even played the game, and only watched/read half-assedly someone's review of the game. It has been a staple from the very beginning that clean water is the most valuable resource in the entire wasteland, as well as one of the most scarce in contrast with it's demand, so important in fact, that the very monetary system they developed in lieu of the useless and abundant paper money is backed by the promise of fresh water; each bottlecap is akin to one bottle of drinkable water, much like a dollar note was akin to a sum of gold. A machine that could purify gallons in seconds in limitless quantities would be the most valuable thing in the entire wasteland, more so than any number of caps, medicine, guns or bullets, or even food, and arguably than many people's lives.

Considering the GECK, he claims it "would be better put to use in virtually any other possible manner", which I also say is an utter load of Brahmin shit as, if not for this mission to bring clean water, the GECK would still be sitting in a room filled with beyond lethal amounts of radiation, that no amount of RadX safety suit combo could remedy. Sure, it could be used for it's intended purpose; complete molecular terraformation of a large plot of land, rendering it fertile and lush, but that still comes to the question of 'where would they get a steady supply of water?' The rivers are rancid, the rain is radioactive and scarce during between seasons, and trade caravans were very inefficient due to raiders/animals/dying to the radiation. Without proper water, the lushest forest will wilt and die. As is seen in the Rivet City laboratory, they were making breakthroughs with farming in shit soil, so at the very least they will have pure water to feed (thirst? give water to) the plants, along with the fact that if the main river is purified the soil around it will drain of radiation and filth.

Thirdly, the Enclave is evil. It's just straight up evil. If you can imagine what an "evil" scientist would look like, they're full of them. The Enclave didn't plan to give the water freely, if they were planning to share it with the rest of the wasteland at all! They see the wasteland as purely filth and mutants, no human being that wanders the waste is worth it to even be alive. The robo-prez tried to convince the wanderer to poison the purifier with a specific genetic hunting virus that would weed out and kill anyone possessing the FEV to any degree, which, as we learn, the entire wasteland population is infected with, Super Mutant, Ghoul, Radroach- everyone has it.

As the biblical quote, and therefore Jame's and Catherine's beliefs, dictate, the waters of life must flow freely and unending to all who thirst for it.

Also, the purifier was about to burst because of battle damage due to the war between the extremely tech savvy Enclave and the big nuclear warhead chucking fucking robot. The Wanderer enters the purifier because it's the right thing to fucking do, not that I'd think anyone from fourchan would even understand what morals are. For those who don't want to, send in the girl, send in the mutant, send in the freaking Ghoul the story continues in Broken Steel anyway.

*gasp* end rant. Almost out of characters, like, 72 left.
User avatar #106 - warrenzthehero (07/29/2015) [-]
Yes yes I see. And now I have an opinion I can use against others and interlopers.

Thank you.

Jokes about unoriginal arguments aside, I do really agree with you. Well done sir. Well done.


But also how the hell did the Colonel survive? Sure he injected himself with RadX before the chamber flooded, but we still saw him lie down and die. I think he even had a death spasm. And even if he was just "pretending," how would he have escaped w/o fully irradiating the rotunda?
User avatar #107 - Blargosnarf (07/29/2015) [-]
I have no freaking clue, perhaps the medicine he took wasn't even RadX, as it's usually a pill, but some kind of Enclave developed super rad resister. The sheer spike in radiation likely knocked him the fuck out, like it does with Sarah Lyons , except he was more protected than she was. The ones who opened the door were likely wearing heavy radiation suits and dragged him, and the other corpses, away and given further radiation treatment.
#4 - To my knowledge they're doing just fine, even as far as to be …  [+] (9 new replies) 07/28/2015 on The best for our future 0
#5 - lardking (07/28/2015) [-]
well we could exterminate them to prove the point and petty
User avatar #7 - Blargosnarf (07/28/2015) [-]
Prove... what point? Of eco collapse? I just said an example already happened in Yellowstone, and it became fixed when the population was re-introduced.
#9 - lardking (07/28/2015) [-]
that nature isn't so smug and we can breed better beasties
User avatar #12 - Blargosnarf (07/28/2015) [-]
We're talking two completely different definitions of better, and the nature one is extremely flimsy. To nature, the domesticated dog is a near evolutionary failure, some breeds are straight up failures, no longer able to properly care for their own selves or their pack. At the same time they're a massive success, being cemented into the sociology, psychology, and civilization of the most successful evolutionary marvels has secured their place alongside our history with virtually zero threat of endangerment or extinction. If you're basing evolutionary "success" on the three key principles of nature; eat, reproduce, survive, even then the domesticated dog is a mixed bag, no longer do they have the proper freedom to chose their own mate, guide their own pack, defend their territory or claim any as their own; humans do that for them, and because of that, they are in no danger of failure. In essence, a dog is little different than cattle, except we don't harvest them for resources (well, some do), instead we receive companionship, security, safeguarding, and assistance with hunting.
User avatar #28 - gravysponge (07/29/2015) [-]
This pretty much.

it's also the reason why I consider cows pigs and chickens to be some of the most successful animals currently alive today. They have found and fully exploited a niche that ensures that a vastly powerful species will feed, care for, and ensure the survival of almost every member of their species.
#46 - anon (07/29/2015) [-]
They didn't find or fully exploit anything, they got found and fully exploited.
User avatar #77 - gravysponge (07/29/2015) [-]
Sure, in the same way animals usually get selected by environmental conditions and so on. Saying something 'found a niche' is just another way of saying the same thing.
#13 - lardking (07/28/2015) [-]
I was making a joke there, why so serious?
User avatar #15 - Blargosnarf (07/28/2015) [-]
... I don't know, I started thinking about ecology and didn't stop...
#2 - You do realize there are still wolves, right?  [+] (36 new replies) 07/28/2015 on The best for our future +43
#45 - sherlockbatman (07/29/2015) [-]
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Yeah, explain that!
if dogs really evolved from wolves, then why do we still have wolves?!
bam, checkmate, farmacologists
#3 - lardking (07/28/2015) [-]
but aren't they endangered
#71 - vigilantej (07/29/2015) [-]
no not all wolves are endangered just some specific species of wolf
User avatar #22 - mutzaki (07/29/2015) [-]
They are rated "least concern" by the IUCN. Gray wolves are doing fine.
User avatar #6 - platinumaltaria (07/28/2015) [-]
What exactly would endanger wolves... They are god damn wolves.
User avatar #11 - corrosionx (07/28/2015) [-]
Well we killed them all in the UK, so Humans.
User avatar #24 - meganinja (07/29/2015) [-]
The UK isn't the rest of the world.
User avatar #44 - mudkipfucker (07/29/2015) [-]
anymore
User avatar #14 - platinumaltaria (07/28/2015) [-]
Well we kind of cheated.
#16 - anon (07/28/2015) [-]
You cant cheat on evolution
User avatar #17 - platinumaltaria (07/28/2015) [-]
Well idk, technology be looking fine af.
#72 - vigilantej (07/29/2015) [-]
technology isnt cheating its fucking natural we are natural beings and what we build is also a product of the natural world so thus it is not cheating otherwise ravens and primates cheat because they use tools as well
#18 - anon (07/29/2015) [-]
Different anon: Technically, isn't technology a byproduct of humanities evolution.
What with the evolution of our higher brain functions and such?
Granted I don't think humanity has actually evolved very much in the past couple hundred years.
Although I admit I don't know much about the subject.
#21 - anon (07/29/2015) [-]
Yet another anon: One of the founding studies of Darwin was how some finches had learned to use tools and thus were better at surviving the use of tools is not only part of evolution it is part of the reasoning behind the theory all together.

So using tools not only isn't "cheating" it's actually the apex of evolutionary progress.
Some people even think in the future the next stage will be self replicating sentient machines that will look back at us as another primitive step in the process that built them to overcome our own biological limitations.
User avatar #27 - platinumaltaria (07/29/2015) [-]
Well nothing has evolved much in the past hundred years... Besides, humans have stopped dying thanks to bad mutations, so we're going to end up saturated with three headed mutants.
User avatar #84 - MegaAwesomeSauce (07/30/2015) [-]
>Humans stopped dying thanks to bad mutations
>Cancer is number one killer in almost every first world country

Man, evolution hasn't slowed down one bit over the past few centuries. Organisms are always evolving, that's why we can't create vaccines for every virus and influenza and cure all disease. Any time an organism reproduces, evolution occurs in someway or another.

Though it may not be very apparent, people are evolving all the time as well. It's a force of nature that just can't be stopped naturally through reproduction
User avatar #85 - platinumaltaria (07/30/2015) [-]
That was still my point... But in a short period of time few changes occur, so in general we can say that a species has not become another species in that time frame. That's not to say there were no changes, but no significant changes were made that defined a new species.
User avatar #86 - MegaAwesomeSauce (07/30/2015) [-]
Your point was

>"nothing has evolved much in the past hundred years"
>I said bacteria and diseases
>Nothing in your original point mentioned the emergence of new species'?

What are we talking about here?
User avatar #87 - platinumaltaria (07/30/2015) [-]
What even is talking?

The origins of language are quite mysterious...
#33 - anon (07/29/2015) [-]
we are constantly evolving... you don't see it in a couple hundred years time, or even thousands, it happens over millions of years
User avatar #39 - platinumaltaria (07/29/2015) [-]
Well yes, but there haven't been changes significant enough for us to be considered a new species yet.
#47 - blakeserene (07/29/2015) [-]
Probably because humans haven't been around millions of years.
User avatar #52 - platinumaltaria (07/29/2015) [-]
(Where exactly do you think we were)?
#58 - blakeserene (07/29/2015) [-]
Just trying to point out something you seemed to have missed. Of course we haven't shown any signs of new species emerging. Humans as a species have only been around a few thousand years, and such things take far longer.
User avatar #74 - platinumaltaria (07/29/2015) [-]
That's the point I was making...
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#10 - lardking (07/28/2015) [-]
bears, definitely bears
User avatar #4 - Blargosnarf (07/28/2015) [-]
To my knowledge they're doing just fine, even as far as to be an annoyance to animal farmers, usually small animals though. Same with other Canid wild creatures, like coyotes, and dingos, jackals, foxes, all that jazz.

You might be thinking of Yellowstone national park, where the wolf population was thrown out, causing destabilization and throwing the biosphere of the area out of wack. They were later re-introduced and since stabilized the food chain.
#5 - lardking (07/28/2015) [-]
well we could exterminate them to prove the point and petty
User avatar #7 - Blargosnarf (07/28/2015) [-]
Prove... what point? Of eco collapse? I just said an example already happened in Yellowstone, and it became fixed when the population was re-introduced.
#9 - lardking (07/28/2015) [-]
that nature isn't so smug and we can breed better beasties
User avatar #12 - Blargosnarf (07/28/2015) [-]
We're talking two completely different definitions of better, and the nature one is extremely flimsy. To nature, the domesticated dog is a near evolutionary failure, some breeds are straight up failures, no longer able to properly care for their own selves or their pack. At the same time they're a massive success, being cemented into the sociology, psychology, and civilization of the most successful evolutionary marvels has secured their place alongside our history with virtually zero threat of endangerment or extinction. If you're basing evolutionary "success" on the three key principles of nature; eat, reproduce, survive, even then the domesticated dog is a mixed bag, no longer do they have the proper freedom to chose their own mate, guide their own pack, defend their territory or claim any as their own; humans do that for them, and because of that, they are in no danger of failure. In essence, a dog is little different than cattle, except we don't harvest them for resources (well, some do), instead we receive companionship, security, safeguarding, and assistance with hunting.
User avatar #28 - gravysponge (07/29/2015) [-]
This pretty much.

it's also the reason why I consider cows pigs and chickens to be some of the most successful animals currently alive today. They have found and fully exploited a niche that ensures that a vastly powerful species will feed, care for, and ensure the survival of almost every member of their species.
#46 - anon (07/29/2015) [-]
They didn't find or fully exploit anything, they got found and fully exploited.
User avatar #77 - gravysponge (07/29/2015) [-]
Sure, in the same way animals usually get selected by environmental conditions and so on. Saying something 'found a niche' is just another way of saying the same thing.
#13 - lardking (07/28/2015) [-]
I was making a joke there, why so serious?
User avatar #15 - Blargosnarf (07/28/2015) [-]
... I don't know, I started thinking about ecology and didn't stop...
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#69 - wraithguard (07/28/2015) [-]
It depends on where you are.
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#6 - ******* skinwalkers, man...  [+] (6 new replies) 07/21/2015 on 3spooky5me +75
#19 - kadish (07/21/2015) [-]
more like fatwalkers amirite?
User avatar #15 - foelkera (07/21/2015) [-]
I wouldn't worry about it.
User avatar #8 - mechanicexplain (07/21/2015) [-]
Or it's actually trying to be deep, and saying that he's scared of himself more than anyone else.
User avatar #14 - warioteam (07/21/2015) [-]
id applaud ronnie for being deep, but he isnt like that, at least from what i can tell from his comics
User avatar #9 - trapjesus (07/21/2015) [-]
No man that's definitely fuckin skinwalkers.
#10 - anon (07/21/2015) [-]
It's always Skinwalkers.
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#32 - anon (07/13/2015) [-]
some dogs need to have C section to give birth though
User avatar #33 - Blargosnarf (07/13/2015) [-]
...oh yeah... I was only thinking of human birth at the time.
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User avatar #68 - theugandanhero (07/06/2015) [-]
At least you don't get to find out who else is watching it
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User avatar #11 - platinumaltaria (07/05/2015) [-]
It was an outside job after all.
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User avatar #139 - padamalex (07/05/2015) [-]
i hate to say this but its a shadow of its former self. vanilla - wotlk was the golden years
User avatar #146 - jettom (07/05/2015) [-]
Vanilla-Cataclysm honestly.
User avatar #186 - animationhac (07/05/2015) [-]
Cata early xpac yes but after they gave into the cries of casuals and downed the difficulty, its what made wow so easy today. Cata at the start had a good idea but was ruined by making it way too easy.

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User avatar #33 to #32 - Blargosnarf (01/03/2015) [-]
y u do dis
User avatar #11 - samio (11/04/2014) [-]
Hey, just thought I'd pop in and say hi.

^_^
User avatar #12 to #11 - Blargosnarf (11/04/2014) [-]
Oh, hey, what's up, thought you forgot about me.
User avatar #13 to #12 - samio (11/04/2014) [-]
Nah man, just hard keeping up with all my fans.
How's it going?
User avatar #14 to #13 - Blargosnarf (11/04/2014) [-]
Fine, I occasionally see you on Steam.
User avatar #15 to #14 - samio (11/04/2014) [-]
As do I. Have any favorite games?
User avatar #16 to #15 - Blargosnarf (11/04/2014) [-]
I have so many it's hard to chose... I'm not the type who settles with only a single type of game, one month I'm enjoying FPS, the next it's sandbox, then it's puzzle.
User avatar #17 to #16 - samio (11/04/2014) [-]
Fair enough.

Did you enjoy my last comic?
User avatar #18 to #17 - Blargosnarf (11/04/2014) [-]
Self promoting bastard. (yes)
User avatar #19 to #18 - samio (11/04/2014) [-]
Hey man, I'm just asking for feedback is all.

But I'm glad you liked it. Anything you think I should improve or work on?
User avatar #20 to #19 - Blargosnarf (11/04/2014) [-]
Nah, no criticism, just a couple questions though; the heck is Luna dressed as, Mars? And since when was Venus femanazi?
User avatar #21 to #20 - samio (11/04/2014) [-]
Luna is dressed up as the red spy from TF2.

As for Venus, since her name stems from... well Venus from Roman mythology, the goddess of beauty, and the obvious contrast from the planet Venus (A literal hell hole), the chances it would be feminazi are pretty high.
User avatar #24 to #23 - samio (11/04/2014) [-]
Oh, what kind of game?
User avatar #26 to #24 - Blargosnarf (11/04/2014) [-]
We have a couple multiplayer games in common, how about Starbound, never played that multi.
User avatar #27 to #26 - samio (11/04/2014) [-]
Hmm... There really hasn't been much to do since the devs abandoned the game.

You think it would be a good co-op session?
User avatar #28 to #27 - Blargosnarf (11/04/2014) [-]
They haven't abandoned entirely, just hyatus for official updates, they're working hard on it, just not releasing their work. Can still get the Nightly builds, but they tend to be broken and unfinished for obvious reasons. On second thought, though, how about Terraria? I haven't played that in a long while.
User avatar #29 to #28 - samio (11/04/2014) [-]
Terraria eh? Sounds fun but what would we do?
User avatar #31 to #29 - Blargosnarf (11/04/2014) [-]
Running out of space, we can chat on Steam if ya want
User avatar #30 to #29 - Blargosnarf (11/04/2014) [-]
Start chars from scratch and just play. Unless you mean how we play multi, in which case I was hoping you knew >.>
User avatar #25 to #24 - Blargosnarf (11/04/2014) [-]
The kind that you play.
User avatar #22 to #21 - Blargosnarf (11/04/2014) [-]
ah, I see.
User avatar #10 - Proximity (07/11/2014) [-]
You reminded me of blargsnarf
User avatar #35 to #10 - Proximity (06/04/2015) [-]
I almost repeated myself here, Blargosnarf
User avatar #36 to #35 - Blargosnarf (06/04/2015) [-]
My name has an O in it, COMPLETELY DIFFERENT!
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I'll unblock you and put the thumbs back when I get back, I thought you wouldn't answer me. I AM sorry about your bad day
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OK, your good to go
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ponyfag. You can't thumb down the truth
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Hello :3
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