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Neodude

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Age: 23
Date Signed Up:1/20/2010
Last Login:7/04/2015
Location:Wolseley sask canada
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#6 - The biggest complaint I've seen is that it stops women wearing… 06/11/2014 on Look at the content 0
#19 - there were only two Americans there, possibly three if the chi… 06/10/2014 on Cheating shit 0
#170 - It should, definitely. I've always seen things like this the s… 06/09/2014 on This is the anti-gun side... 0
#167 - Oh, no doubt. All of those are far larger problems. only thing…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/09/2014 on This is the anti-gun side... 0
#168 - flufflepuff (06/09/2014) [-]
The severity of the problem should rate it's priority rather than how easy it is to solve..

"should"

oh well
#170 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
It should, definitely. I've always seen things like this the same way i see code im working on. If im working on a massive problem, i like to take time to also solve a smaller, easier to fix problem every once in a while. it might give a huge benefit to everything, as there is still huge problems, but its a moral boost when that is fixed, and it can give insight into how to fix other things. Now, of course there is a massive difference between code and people, and how i view things most likely couldn't work at all.
#161 - My best thought would add it as part of the application proces… 06/09/2014 on This is the anti-gun side... 0
#156 - never said i didn't. if you could find great and accurate proj…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/09/2014 on This is the anti-gun side... 0
User avatar #159 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
Okay and where are you going to get a psychiatrist for every single person who wants to buy a gun?
#161 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
My best thought would add it as part of the application process. I would think, with the technologically magical age we are in, it wouldn't be too hard for an applicant to be scheduled for a psych evaluation, probably with the closest available psychiatrist, and then they go when they are scheduled. It would obviously add time to the process, but as I would hope that getting a firearm is a long considered decision, a bit more added waiting time shouldn't be a problem.
#152 - I'm going off the fact the us has roughly 300mil pop. With how…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/09/2014 on This is the anti-gun side... 0
User avatar #153 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
So... essentially what you're saying is you pulled those numbers out of your ass?
#156 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
never said i didn't. if you could find great and accurate projections of the cost the average citizen would incur if the government placed mental health checks on firearm acquisitions, I would be happy to see it.
User avatar #159 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
Okay and where are you going to get a psychiatrist for every single person who wants to buy a gun?
#161 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
My best thought would add it as part of the application process. I would think, with the technologically magical age we are in, it wouldn't be too hard for an applicant to be scheduled for a psych evaluation, probably with the closest available psychiatrist, and then they go when they are scheduled. It would obviously add time to the process, but as I would hope that getting a firearm is a long considered decision, a bit more added waiting time shouldn't be a problem.
#148 - 1. i would really hope by now the medical and psychological fi…  [+] (6 new replies) 06/09/2014 on This is the anti-gun side... 0
User avatar #149 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
Source me where you got those numbers, I'd love to know.
#152 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
I'm going off the fact the us has roughly 300mil pop. With how aggressive you are with this, it makes me feel like you think the government would need hundreds of dollars from every citizen. I just weigh the odds that they could keep guns out of the hands of people who could do great harm to other. maybe i just value general public safety more.
User avatar #153 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
So... essentially what you're saying is you pulled those numbers out of your ass?
#156 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
never said i didn't. if you could find great and accurate projections of the cost the average citizen would incur if the government placed mental health checks on firearm acquisitions, I would be happy to see it.
User avatar #159 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
Okay and where are you going to get a psychiatrist for every single person who wants to buy a gun?
#161 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
My best thought would add it as part of the application process. I would think, with the technologically magical age we are in, it wouldn't be too hard for an applicant to be scheduled for a psych evaluation, probably with the closest available psychiatrist, and then they go when they are scheduled. It would obviously add time to the process, but as I would hope that getting a firearm is a long considered decision, a bit more added waiting time shouldn't be a problem.
#139 - 1. I highly doubt that it's easy to fake being mentally sound …  [+] (8 new replies) 06/09/2014 on This is the anti-gun side... 0
User avatar #141 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
1. It is extremely easy to fake those things, those psych tests only work if the person is honest
2. Where does the government get that money from? Your pocket.
#148 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
1. i would really hope by now the medical and psychological fields have progressed far enough that when considering someone for the ownership of a lethal weapon, that they would be more then able to develop a better process then a "lets hope their being totally honest with us" test.
2. Of course the government gets the money from it's people. the amount of money it would take is so small, it might add up to $5 from a single citizen...and that is really really high-balling that number right there.
User avatar #149 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
Source me where you got those numbers, I'd love to know.
#152 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
I'm going off the fact the us has roughly 300mil pop. With how aggressive you are with this, it makes me feel like you think the government would need hundreds of dollars from every citizen. I just weigh the odds that they could keep guns out of the hands of people who could do great harm to other. maybe i just value general public safety more.
User avatar #153 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
So... essentially what you're saying is you pulled those numbers out of your ass?
#156 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
never said i didn't. if you could find great and accurate projections of the cost the average citizen would incur if the government placed mental health checks on firearm acquisitions, I would be happy to see it.
User avatar #159 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
Okay and where are you going to get a psychiatrist for every single person who wants to buy a gun?
#161 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
My best thought would add it as part of the application process. I would think, with the technologically magical age we are in, it wouldn't be too hard for an applicant to be scheduled for a psych evaluation, probably with the closest available psychiatrist, and then they go when they are scheduled. It would obviously add time to the process, but as I would hope that getting a firearm is a long considered decision, a bit more added waiting time shouldn't be a problem.
#132 - I've always been curious. What is the problem with having chec…  [+] (15 new replies) 06/09/2014 on This is the anti-gun side... 0
User avatar #172 - derpwolf (06/09/2014) [-]
I went to a firing range with my brother once. On the paperwork you have to fill out, they specifically ask if you've ever been institutionalized.
#163 - flufflepuff (06/09/2014) [-]
More people die annually from overuse of antibiotics than guns, more people die from obesity, more people die from alcohol, and more people die from reckless driving.

Get your priorities straight and fix some of these other, REAL issues, before picking on the thing that just looks scary.
#167 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
Oh, no doubt. All of those are far larger problems. only thing is, they are also insanely more difficult to handle.
#168 - flufflepuff (06/09/2014) [-]
The severity of the problem should rate it's priority rather than how easy it is to solve..

"should"

oh well
#170 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
It should, definitely. I've always seen things like this the same way i see code im working on. If im working on a massive problem, i like to take time to also solve a smaller, easier to fix problem every once in a while. it might give a huge benefit to everything, as there is still huge problems, but its a moral boost when that is fixed, and it can give insight into how to fix other things. Now, of course there is a massive difference between code and people, and how i view things most likely couldn't work at all.
User avatar #135 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
You want your tax money to pay for something that can be easily faked and approved?
#139 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
1. I highly doubt that it's easy to fake being mentally sound when confronted with trained professionals, whose job it is to understand just how mentally sound a person is.
2.that amount it would cost to do that is infinitesimally small compared to most other things the government already spends money on.
User avatar #141 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
1. It is extremely easy to fake those things, those psych tests only work if the person is honest
2. Where does the government get that money from? Your pocket.
#148 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
1. i would really hope by now the medical and psychological fields have progressed far enough that when considering someone for the ownership of a lethal weapon, that they would be more then able to develop a better process then a "lets hope their being totally honest with us" test.
2. Of course the government gets the money from it's people. the amount of money it would take is so small, it might add up to $5 from a single citizen...and that is really really high-balling that number right there.
User avatar #149 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
Source me where you got those numbers, I'd love to know.
#152 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
I'm going off the fact the us has roughly 300mil pop. With how aggressive you are with this, it makes me feel like you think the government would need hundreds of dollars from every citizen. I just weigh the odds that they could keep guns out of the hands of people who could do great harm to other. maybe i just value general public safety more.
User avatar #153 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
So... essentially what you're saying is you pulled those numbers out of your ass?
#156 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
never said i didn't. if you could find great and accurate projections of the cost the average citizen would incur if the government placed mental health checks on firearm acquisitions, I would be happy to see it.
User avatar #159 - roliga (06/09/2014) [-]
Okay and where are you going to get a psychiatrist for every single person who wants to buy a gun?
#161 - Neodude (06/09/2014) [-]
My best thought would add it as part of the application process. I would think, with the technologically magical age we are in, it wouldn't be too hard for an applicant to be scheduled for a psych evaluation, probably with the closest available psychiatrist, and then they go when they are scheduled. It would obviously add time to the process, but as I would hope that getting a firearm is a long considered decision, a bit more added waiting time shouldn't be a problem.
#14 - the main one are hte magnetic tracks, i think thats what they … 06/08/2014 on No babies are safe 0
#12 - Its really fun. Have had it since release, and it's been consi…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/08/2014 on No babies are safe +2
User avatar #13 - Zaxplab (06/08/2014) [-]
Are there any new gameplay mechanics?
#14 - Neodude (06/08/2014) [-]
the main one are hte magnetic tracks, i think thats what they are called. While racing on them, hittin other players earns both a speed boost. Also, they make for some really cool level moments, as you can be driving upside down on them. Also, the new items are pretty badass. There is a horn that can destroy the blue shell, fire flower, pirhana plant, boomerang, and the super 8 which gives 8 different items at the same time.
#80 - Been part of western canada my whole life, and I will confirm,… 06/08/2014 on Breakfasts around the world +2
#36 - Reviews don't dictate profitability. Also, if there were peopl… 06/05/2014 on (1) Steam +1
#14 - They're already well into the green on it. by giving it away f…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/05/2014 on (1) Steam +26
User avatar #35 - hemming (06/05/2014) [-]
But Sniper Elite 2 got shit reviews..?
#36 - Neodude (06/05/2014) [-]
Reviews don't dictate profitability. Also, if there were people that were holding off trying the game because they saw a bad review, chances are they could have tried it while it was free, and found out they really enjoy it.
#13 - nice references I am Legend and IRobot , although i thi… 06/04/2014 on 23 jump street bitch -1
#55 - If he gave reasons for you to not be vaccinated, then it is mo…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/04/2014 on vaccinations 0
User avatar #57 - themajesticsnail (06/05/2014) [-]
I'm really trying yo remember the reasons... I do believe it was the procedure it was used to manufacture and/or test them. They sounded quite logical to me back then,just a couple of years ago
#14 - Guess what sunshine, you work a customer service job, you bett… 06/01/2014 on Bitch 0
#7 - It doesn't render extra **** . The engine does not rende…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/31/2014 on oblivion is best morrowind -5
User avatar #8 - snafer (05/31/2014) [-]
How did you know that? That's complete BS

Objects are meshes that are rendered and "filled" by the GPU. When light hits them, they are filled with different colours than when it don't.

I could hide an entire town behind a wall, and the GPU will still render it even if there is No light.

In fact I think there is a mod for skyrim that does remove these hidden surfaces to relieve some stress off the GPU. Its called occlusion culling.
look it up



#15 - tosatsu (05/31/2014) [-]
Since that shelf is a one piece object is does fully render the part that is underground. Occlusion culling works when a full object is outside the point of view or hidden behind a culling object. Since it's half way through the wall, the culling would go apeshit with errors.

Anyway who cares, what's 20-30 faces rendered extra. Nothing, trust me. Even if all the tables were like that, the fps impact would be what, 0.5%?

The scene in that image has ~2 million poly's .

#80 - nirvanafannick (07/07/2014) [-]
Did you make that picture? I really like it. I saved it a while ago and it's my desktop wallpaper. I google searched it just to find your comment again. Where did you get that/ what program is it from? Nothing like it came up on google.
#81 - tosatsu (07/08/2014) [-]
Yes, it's made by me. Glad to hear my work is someone's wallpaper! I worked it up in Unity, while testing some shadows and shaders.
#39 - theblondefetus (05/31/2014) [-]
#66 - tosatsu (05/31/2014) [-]
User avatar #13 - VincentKing (05/31/2014) [-]
however adding the proper table would take up more space, and would require more objects to be rendered out. By having just the book case and sinking it into the ground, they then are able to use that same object multiple times, and have it save on space, and rendering time.
#79 - tosatsu (06/17/2014) [-]
Each object, even if a copy of another, is still another instance, and they have draw calls. They use resources. Now we know for a fact that all tables are separate objects, because else, culling would not work. I would have just edited the table in like 2 seconds cutting all the vertices that are not needed, that's it. But i'm sure this is just a lazy mistake, and not a general occurrence anyway
#18 - Honestly, I've never encountered any problems with origin myse… 05/29/2014 on Battlefield 3 for free! +1
#10 - I've given it a good 3-4 hours of play, and in my opinon its a…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/28/2014 on Honest Game Titles +28
#379 - dtanobo (05/29/2014) [-]
Agreed. I got it release day and I'm having a shitload of fun with it. Not the next gen defining game but there is a lot of content to keep players busy. Cheating in poker is hella fun.
#2147 - **Neodude rolled image ** 05/28/2014 on *roll picture* +1
#34 - Gta was released September of last year and I'm fairly sure th…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/24/2014 on Gaming: Then Vs. Now 0
#35 - killerofcows (05/24/2014) [-]
I did qualify gta as now, was unaware windwaker had a HD version, it looked just like the old one
#65 - No, in nature, making oneself larger is totally defensive, but… 05/19/2014 on Efects of feminism #∞ +1
#65 - I know alot of people that are absolutely terrified of high sp…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/19/2014 on Omni CS:GO 0
User avatar #70 - yunoavailable (05/20/2014) [-]
I'm the same way and I would suggest laser tag as an option. shit's pretty fun

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#12 - John Cena (07/20/2011) [-]
The episode title for the Family Guy episode you were referring to is called Brothers and Sisters, Season 9 Episode 15. :D
#1 - SonicTeam (02/06/2011) [-]
COMMENT VIRGINITY IS ALL MINE BABY!  
(Thanks for the add)
COMMENT VIRGINITY IS ALL MINE BABY!
(Thanks for the add)
#2 to #1 - Neodude (02/06/2011) [-]
I feel violated.... but great story you just posted
User avatar #3 to #2 - SonicTeam (02/06/2011) [-]
LOL. I do make others feel that way. It's my specialty. Known to rape you in some way. Childhood, etc. LOL. Thanks for the feedback. As a gift, go to my profile, click my avatar, Happy Fapping.
#4 to #3 - Neodude (02/06/2011) [-]
OH MEIN GOD....... is it bad if I at one point had more the 75 favorited?
User avatar #5 to #4 - SonicTeam (02/06/2011) [-]
Wait, what?
#6 to #5 - Neodude (02/06/2011) [-]
missed the % symbol thingy
User avatar #7 to #6 - SonicTeam (02/06/2011) [-]
It's a good thing. I think.
#8 to #7 - Neodude (02/06/2011) [-]
its possible it could be sorta good ish
User avatar #9 to #8 - SonicTeam (02/06/2011) [-]
It will. Give it time.
#10 to #9 - Neodude (02/06/2011) [-]
Time is the one thing I've got.
User avatar #11 to #10 - SonicTeam (02/06/2011) [-]
Use it well.
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