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#41 - Nah it doesn't. But it's silly in this case because the SJ…  [+] (5 new replies) 3 hours ago on What tumblr does to you +3
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#44 - zipov (3 hours ago) [-]
Hm. Well shame about that girl.

Sadly, SJW, leftist and feminist propaganda is very hard to root out.

I suggest administering severe beatings. It's the only way to keep bitches in check. a pimp named slick back  hit tha bitch
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#62 - johnnystein (29 minutes ago) [-]
You want him to beat her? What are you Muslim?
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#65 - zipov (19 minutes ago) [-]
The muslims got some things right.
"Has not hitting a bitch been woring out for you? Scientifically speaking"

But rest assured, I am no mysoginist woman beater.
I think a lot of people, not just crazy women, should get beatings.
Children. Dogs. Hipsters. Faggots. Muslims. Leftists. People who think John Oliver is funny. The list goes on.
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#66 - johnnystein (17 minutes ago) [-]
I suppose you definitely aren't a misogynist if you wish to beat others as well. Personally, not beating people has worked out well for me but who knows. Could be that I'm the fool
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#67 - zipov (15 minutes ago) [-]
Some people can be reasoned with. With some all you need is a discussion, or verbal commands.

But some motherfuckers need their asses beat seven shades of blue to see the light.
#16 - Just scroll down to the comic section, they're all there. 07/23/2016 on Overwatch Issue #2 +1
#41 - And Jedi are basically Space Samurai with magic powers. Do… 07/20/2016 on Anime for adults +6
#20 - "Star Wars is an American epic space opera franchise, cen…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/20/2016 on Anime for adults +2
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#31 - vladhellsing (07/20/2016) [-]
Well Han Solo is basically a space cowboy.
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#41 - dispensa (07/20/2016) [-]
And Jedi are basically Space Samurai with magic powers.
Doesn't really turn Star Wars into a Space Samurai flick though, IMO.
#8 - No worries. Incredibly useless trivia happens to be my specialty. 07/20/2016 on Anime for adults +2
#5 - Nah they're not the musical kind of opera. Space Oper…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/20/2016 on Anime for adults +23
#173 - ainise (07/21/2016) [-]
That being said, every space opera has amazing music. Infact, I'd say if it wasn't for Tank!, Cowboy bebop wouldn't have caught nearly as many people initially. Tank Cowboy Bebop Full version

So perfect.
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#17 - vladhellsing (07/20/2016) [-]
Star Wars is classified as a space western.
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#20 - dispensa (07/20/2016) [-]
"Star Wars is an American epic space opera franchise, centered on a film series created by George Lucas. It depicts the adventures of various characters "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away". - First line of the Star Wars Wikipedia-page.

How do you think it's a space western though? Just curious.
I suppose there's a good amount of shooty tooty and a desert planet, but I don't see many stereotypical western elements in it.

The whole good versus evil faction, chosen ones, the whole plot revolving around a single family, family drama, etc. It seems way more like a Space Opera to me.
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#31 - vladhellsing (07/20/2016) [-]
Well Han Solo is basically a space cowboy.
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#41 - dispensa (07/20/2016) [-]
And Jedi are basically Space Samurai with magic powers.
Doesn't really turn Star Wars into a Space Samurai flick though, IMO.
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#6 - chillybean (07/20/2016) [-]
thanks for clarifying, i never would have thought of soap opera style
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#8 - dispensa (07/20/2016) [-]
No worries.
Incredibly useless trivia happens to be my specialty.
#10 - Though I don't remember the first one from the game, so it's m… 07/20/2016 on Some relaxing Pixel art 0
#9 - 1, 2 and 4 are from a bartender/kinda visual novel game called…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/20/2016 on Some relaxing Pixel art +1
#24 - kapkap (07/20/2016) [-]
currently listening to the ost of that game + rainy mood, dis some good stuff

www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gdhxjc1U3A
rainymood.com/
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#10 - dispensa (07/20/2016) [-]
Though I don't remember the first one from the game, so it's most likely fanart based on it.
#17 - Oh yeah that was lack of detail on my part. They're c…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/17/2016 on persona lona +2
#18 - awkwardcrying (07/17/2016) [-]
Oh ok. Yeah the way you said that lore was separate makes it seem like they don't connect in some ways but it is also true since outside of I think the first 2 games they all work differently in how getting to and fighting enemies and getting new personas works.

That is interesting about Persona Q. I think I should just treat all non mainline Persona games as their own thing then unless I find something saying otherwise cause I've always been confused on whether the others like Arena count.
#15 - Persona games are seperate in lore. There's a few spi…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/17/2016 on persona lona +2
#16 - awkwardcrying (07/17/2016) [-]
I always thought each game took place on a time line thanks to how persona 4 has the section to where you go to the persona 3 school making it seem like the persona 4 events take place 1 or 2 years after persona 3 ends. Q even goes further with this where I remember it being stated that both teams were pulled out of their moments in time.
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#17 - dispensa (07/17/2016) [-]
Oh yeah that was lack of detail on my part.

They're certainly connected in a timeline, but not enough to require people to have played Persona 3 before 4 or something, at most you'll miss out on some offshoot references or easter eggs.

Persona Q does explain how both teams met but it was purposefully hand-waved, think someone at Atlus USA even mentioned that it's better to look at it as some fanservice rather than a new chapter of lore.
#18 - awkwardcrying (07/17/2016) [-]
Oh ok. Yeah the way you said that lore was separate makes it seem like they don't connect in some ways but it is also true since outside of I think the first 2 games they all work differently in how getting to and fighting enemies and getting new personas works.

That is interesting about Persona Q. I think I should just treat all non mainline Persona games as their own thing then unless I find something saying otherwise cause I've always been confused on whether the others like Arena count.