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#30 - no. you dont see people typing with a chinese accent  [+] (3 replies) 5 hours ago on Scottish Tweets Part 6 +10
#33 - steininja (5 hours ago) [-]
Lot's of people do
#34 - steininja (5 hours ago) [-]
I mean, not the Chinese (as far as I know) but in general a lot of people type the way they speak
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#31 - skullbones (5 hours ago) [-]
Actually, I have a professor who is Chinese, and I can hear her accent when I read her writing. It's fucking hilarious.
#11 - gotta say, vegeta's english voice actor sounds better  [+] (6 replies) 5 hours ago on Vegeta Sama +4
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#19 - nathanbiggs (3 hours ago) [-]
Well yeah, that goes for literally everyone.
#22 - casuall (3 hours ago) [-]
Eh, Genos' voice actor doesn't really suite him. Same thing kinda goes for saitama, I pictured his voice sounding like trunks' voice from DBZ abridged.
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#23 - nathanbiggs (2 hours ago) [-]
This is Dragonball Super, fam. Not OPM, but I think Saitama has a good VA, Genos just took a little getting used to.
#24 - casuall (2 hours ago) [-]
When you said "literally anyone," were you referring to the DBS voice actors, or did you actually mean "literally every English adaptation"? Because I think that there's a lot of people who would dispute you on that one.
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#25 - nathanbiggs (2 hours ago) [-]
I meant Dragonball in particular, but I do think English adaptions get a lot of unwarranted shit.
#26 - casuall (2 hours ago) [-]
#23 - why dont we have a dead hand system like russia?  [+] (1 reply) 7 hours ago on Nuclear Response Time 0
#39 - terminalinfinity (5 hours ago) [-]
SLBMs becoming as accurate as land based missiles obsoleted the need for the United States to have a dead hand system. Basically we always have 7 fully armed SLBM submarines on patrol that are near impossible to detect to begin with. Even if every inch of the United States was destroyed, we could still launch a full retaliation.

Dead hand was constructed as a response to SLBMs to begin with when it was discovered that the US had a legitimate first strike option.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_Hand_ (nuclear_war)
"Soviet concern about the issue grew with the U.S. development of highly accurate submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) systems in the 1980s. Until then, the United States would have delivered most nuclear weapons by long-range bomber or ICBM. Earlier U.S. sub-launched missiles, such as the 1960s-vintage UGM-27 Polaris and 1970s-vintage UGM-73 Poseidon, were considered too inaccurate for a counterforce or first-strike attack, an attack against an opponent's weapons. SLBMs were reserved for attacking cities, where accuracy was of less importance. In the first case, an opponent with effective radar and satellite surveillance could expect a 30-minute warning of an attack before the first detonation. This made an effective first strike difficult, because the opponent would have time to launch on warning to reduce the risk of their forces being destroyed on the ground. The development of highly accurate SLBMs, such as the Trident C4 and, later, the D5, upset this balance. The Trident D5 is considered to be as accurate as any land-based ICBM. Therefore, US or UK Trident submarine systems could stealthily approach an enemy's coast and launch highly accurate warheads at close range, reducing the available warning to less than three minutes, making a counterforce first strike or a decapitation strike viable."