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hidemoto

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Video Games Played: Dark Souls I&II, Ultra Street fighter IV, Street fighter III 3rd strike
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Date Signed Up:3/27/2011
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#51 - Oh Ebony and Ivory.... Brings back memories before edgy may cry.  [+] (24 new replies) 05/29/2015 on Video Game Gun Comp +2
User avatar #86 - demandsgayversion (05/29/2015) [-]
>implying a shirtless protagonist with white hair is less edgy
#90 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
>Implying you played the original games

Seeing your account name though, it would make sense you're pleased.
User avatar #171 - demandsgayversion (05/30/2015) [-]
I'm grasping at straws? You started out trying to call the new protagonist edgy, specifically his hair, and defend the original Dante as not edgy - now your only argument is that the old ones were better games.

I'm not sure whether you have all the straws or no straws - it's a very confusing metaphor. Regardless, you've backed way down from your original stance.
User avatar #172 - hidemoto (05/30/2015) [-]
Just because i keep stacking arguments, doesn't mean the old ones magically disappear. However, you have failed to show anything to support your stand on who's the edgiest. My original stance remains very much intact, I just keep giving your reasons as to why I hold that stance. You seem to have a hard time grasping a conversation spread across multiple comments. The reason I kept mentioning something new, is because you haven't refuted or even as much as answered what I've said.
User avatar #173 - demandsgayversion (05/30/2015) [-]
You're just saying a bunch of stuff that applies to your arguments, instead of mine. It's the argumentative equivalent of "no, you farted"
User avatar #174 - hidemoto (05/31/2015) [-]
You've got to be kidding me.
User avatar #91 - demandsgayversion (05/29/2015) [-]
The games were always edgy, but now they're edgy for a new generation. And as a bonus, the protagonist doesn't have a retarded haircut.
#101 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
>Protagonist doesn't have a retarded haircut
User avatar #102 - demandsgayversion (05/29/2015) [-]
Did you just diss everyone in the world with normal short hair?
#105 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
"Normal short hair"
#108 - demandsgayversion (05/29/2015) [-]
That is a piece of fan art from Deviant Art.

He has a pretty regular haircut, as seen in the game.
User avatar #111 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Pretty much the same. Some emo sidecut shit.
User avatar #113 - demandsgayversion (05/29/2015) [-]
Shaved sides has always been a legitimate haircut style. You see it a lot in military people.
User avatar #124 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
I don't. They're mostly buzzcut around here.
User avatar #155 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
I don't see how that proves what I see around here? besides those looked mostly american, except for Scott Adkins, who's an actor.
User avatar #157 - demandsgayversion (05/29/2015) [-]
It doesn't matter what you see, it proves that it's a valid haircut, especially in the area I said it was.
User avatar #158 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Even so, doesn't make up for him being a horrible character. Besides, google image search is not exactly the most legit shit.
User avatar #159 - demandsgayversion (05/29/2015) [-]
His character is no worse than the original. They are both edgy as fuck. I mean, imagine an autistic highschooler designing their super OC do not steal alter ego character: Trench coat? Check. Black and red color scheme? Check. Shirtless? Check. Fingerless gloves? Check. White hair? Check. The only thing Dante is missing is a scar over his eye. (and yes, Geralt is kind of a shitty character too, but the Witcher games are enough fun that it doesn't matter - similar to the Devil May Cry games. Bad character design doesn't make or break a game.)

And come on, don't try to say google isn't a worthy source. Like, come on.
User avatar #162 - hidemoto (05/30/2015) [-]
HAHAHAHAHA, you're only judging a character solely based on their looks? I'm talking actual characters. The difference in dialogue, actions, convictions, and attitude. He's walking around like a god damn teenager talking about, who's got the biggest dick, something you'd never hear out of the old Dante. And this is not even mentioning how they ruined Vergil as well, shooting a pregnant defenseless woman/demon in the back. The original Dante isn't fucking edgy, come on. He doesn't constantly frown and talk about how he doesn't give a fuck and nobody matters, and how he's better than everyone. All you did to prove his edginess was pointing out how he was dressed, I'm sorry kid, there's more to a character. Besides, we'll see which design people will remember in 20 years.

If all you look for in a character is the design, then go right ahead and enjoy. I'm not against the idea of a reebot, but do it properly. The game it self was also a couple steps down from the first and third.
User avatar #164 - demandsgayversion (05/30/2015) [-]
You do realize that the term "edgy" does refer to a character's looks, right? We've been discussing character design not which two dimensional shit character is better than the other (cuz they both suck). But no, since I explained Dante's shit design, you want to change the subject to character. It's not like his personality was so shit everyone had to latch onto pizza as being his only interest, right?
User avatar #165 - hidemoto (05/30/2015) [-]
Since when does edgy relate only to looks? Design isn't only visual, it's also how the character responds to certain enviroments, character and situations. You're so set on scrathing surfaces, that an actual argument is hard to make. And for the pizza comment, I'll once again have to question if you've ever played a single of the games in the original trilogy.

Since it's a subjective matter, and there's no wrong and right, I'm usually open to different views, but the level on which your focus lies is too fucking basic.
User avatar #166 - demandsgayversion (05/30/2015) [-]
Yes, I did play the original trilogy, and all I remember is a shitty character and some inappropriate fascination with pizza.

And I've noticed, you have stopped even attempting to make a point. You're questioning my experiences and calling everything subjective - a white flag if I've ever seen one.
User avatar #167 - hidemoto (05/30/2015) [-]
Are you implying it isn't subjective? Pizza was first introduced in the 3rd game. My points have been pretty clear, but what it comes down to is the game, the old games were simply leagues beyond the new (except the 2nd) and many other action games since.

You're grasping at straws.
#98 - Fair enough, sleep tight.  [+] (3 new replies) 05/29/2015 on They deceived me 0
User avatar #100 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
id just like to add in my side note of its where you live. most of the country is not as he discribed. ive lived in alaska, utah, and new mexico as well as spending lots of time in california. i have never had any of those problems. if you ever decide to move here for whatever reason do some research. media tends to spotlght the extremes not the norm
User avatar #101 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Oh, I'm aware, but then again, he said he lived in a rough area. Everything is relative of course. I don't know if I'll move there, but at some point in my life I gotta visit at least 3-4 states. So I'm not scared at all, just interested
User avatar #108 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
its literally a case of dont be dumb. cops arent out to get you and they do deep down want to uphold the law. if you give them no reason to think youve done something wrong you will have no problems.
#97 - And here I was, thinking it was a metaphor for moving forwards 05/29/2015 on Wallpaper comp 0
#96 - This bitch gettin tha 05/29/2015 on Wallpaper comp 0
#94 - Awesome! We have absolutely nothing to look at here, and ever …  [+] (5 new replies) 05/29/2015 on They deceived me 0
User avatar #97 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I would take free healthcare over it all. You get to travel to many more amazing places and much easier and cheaper than I can since you are in Denmark. I'm gonna go to bed now though because it's almost 4am for me.
User avatar #98 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Fair enough, sleep tight.
User avatar #100 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
id just like to add in my side note of its where you live. most of the country is not as he discribed. ive lived in alaska, utah, and new mexico as well as spending lots of time in california. i have never had any of those problems. if you ever decide to move here for whatever reason do some research. media tends to spotlght the extremes not the norm
User avatar #101 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Oh, I'm aware, but then again, he said he lived in a rough area. Everything is relative of course. I don't know if I'll move there, but at some point in my life I gotta visit at least 3-4 states. So I'm not scared at all, just interested
User avatar #108 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
its literally a case of dont be dumb. cops arent out to get you and they do deep down want to uphold the law. if you give them no reason to think youve done something wrong you will have no problems.
#85 - I am become the marijuana after injecting, don't make my mistake. 05/29/2015 on Ent mutation 0
#31 - >mature women in position of power  [+] (41 new replies) 05/29/2015 on Naughty +67
User avatar #44 - mranldestroyer (05/29/2015) [-]
lol beta
User avatar #52 - theshinypen (05/29/2015) [-]
Fucking power womeN yet hes beta?

Call me a beta when im fucking oprah. call me disgusting sure
User avatar #62 - mutzaki (05/29/2015) [-]
He's not fucking "power" women. His fetish is being submissive, and that is pretty damn beta.
User avatar #75 - TheHutchie (05/29/2015) [-]
Is this bait, or do you seriously know this little about sexual desires and relationships?
User avatar #76 - mutzaki (05/29/2015) [-]
Oh, man, this should be good. Enligthen me, Mr. Sexpert on your many facts about "sexual desires and relationships".
User avatar #82 - treefugger (05/29/2015) [-]
*virginity heavily implied*
User avatar #83 - mutzaki (05/29/2015) [-]
Nice defense mechanism you have there.
User avatar #93 - treefugger (05/29/2015) [-]
It's funny because I just saw your dumbshit post and felt the need to point out your obvious virginity, and you're actually defending yourself. You should really learn terms before using them, it's funny how much they can backfire.
User avatar #95 - mutzaki (05/29/2015) [-]
Ah okay, and now I'm supposed to go "nu-uh, it is I who saw YOUR dumbshit post and it is YOU who are trying to defend yourself" right? That could go on forever, mate.
#97 - treefugger (05/29/2015) [-]
Whatever you need to tell yourself...
User avatar #99 - mutzaki (05/29/2015) [-]
You're adorable, I'll give you that.
#81 - riotshieldman (05/29/2015) [-]
your trying to hard
User avatar #79 - TheHutchie (05/29/2015) [-]
I never called myself an expert; my implication only involved you. All I need to know right now is that you'd have to be salty as fuck to call submissive sex "beta".

A) The dude would be having sex
B) He'd be having sex the way he wants it.

I'm not even into submissive play, in either role, but anybody who doesn't understand what having a sexual kink is like obviously hasn't really had any good sex of their own. I mean, christ, did you even try to see things from his point of view? Even for a second? Pathetic.
User avatar #85 - mutzaki (05/29/2015) [-]
Don't try to argue that it's not beta, because it is. Instead, try to argue that there's nothing wrong with being beta.
User avatar #86 - TheHutchie (05/29/2015) [-]
Wait, wait, are we arguing that actually being submissive during sex is beta, or that wanting to be submissive during sex is beta?

I'm still saying that neither one is necessarily beta, because having sex the way you want it is definitely not beta, but wanting sex and being too beta to get it obviously is beta.

I want to play some games now, so I may not reply for some time.
User avatar #88 - mutzaki (05/29/2015) [-]
I'm arguing that if you have a submissive enough of a personality that you get a sexual thrill out of being dominated, you're pretty damn beta.
User avatar #90 - TheHutchie (05/29/2015) [-]
That's a very narrow-minded point of view.
User avatar #91 - mutzaki (05/29/2015) [-]
It's all about opinions, and we've both shared ours.
User avatar #92 - TheHutchie (05/29/2015) [-]
Then it seems we've hit an impasse.
#65 - Rascal (05/29/2015) [-]
>Actually taking the alpha hierarchy mentality seriously
>Not wanting to be dominated by a hot powerful woman
>not wanting to be told when to jizz
>not wanting to be whipped for being a naughty kitty boy
User avatar #70 - mutzaki (05/29/2015) [-]
I can tell you when to jizz. Never. Just stop having any sort of sexual desire.
#69 - lukashein (05/29/2015) [-]
Now say that while logged in so we can laugh at you
User avatar #64 - theshinypen (05/29/2015) [-]
and when did he say that?
User avatar #68 - mutzaki (05/29/2015) [-]
Hur dur when did I say that he said that? hur dur
User avatar #72 - theshinypen (05/29/2015) [-]
you are a dum.
#73 - mutzaki (05/29/2015) [-]
#48 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Call it what you will, it works for me.
#36 - MrMustacho (05/29/2015) [-]
User avatar #58 - truesmokewolf (05/29/2015) [-]
Correction: Mildly Attractive Mature Women in a Position of Power
#61 - Rascal (05/29/2015) [-]
palin?
User avatar #80 - truesmokewolf (05/29/2015) [-]
Yes.
#74 - datsheriff (05/29/2015) [-]
Sauce?

Fuck your science.
#77 - charleston has deleted their comment.
#78 - datsheriff (05/29/2015) [-]
Thought she looked familiar. Thanks!
#71 - charleston has deleted their comment.
User avatar #103 - treefugger (05/29/2015) [-]
User avatar #67 - theshinypen (05/29/2015) [-]
Im... conflicted.
#55 - roflstorm (05/29/2015) [-]
#51 - Rascal (05/29/2015) [-]
ew
User avatar #46 - trogdorrules (05/29/2015) [-]
Man why you gotta ruin it?
#40 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
#69 - Waste of a perfectly good Wesley Snipes quote. 05/29/2015 on Gods 0
#107 - Yay, finally something I'm good at!  [+] (22 new replies) 05/29/2015 on Show off your beard +146
User avatar #438 - mrwalkerfour (05/30/2015) [-]
you should change your hairstyle, the clean look doesnt suit your beard, you have a wild beard then a smart haircut,

#429 - kylermannn (05/30/2015) [-]
related
#422 - Rascal (05/29/2015) [-]
You should be ashamed. Not proud. No girl will touch you like that. Sort it out. I am completely baffled why men think beards are the tits. What the fuck, ask any woman and she will tell you that excessive facial hair is a big turnoff. Is it that you have no hope of ever losing your virginity? Or do you actually think women will respond positively to it? Because I find it repugnant. Hope you're happy being a 30 yo Virgin anyway.
User avatar #477 - hidemoto (05/30/2015) [-]
Haha, I feel some mad projection.
User avatar #467 - yohado (05/30/2015) [-]
If you think that people do things only to seduce other people, you're wrong buddy.
#404 - newzalaman (05/29/2015) [-]
Jaysus man
User avatar #380 - cryangel (05/29/2015) [-]
Yo Rasputin, you're supposed to be dead brah
User avatar #354 - tanditsky (05/29/2015) [-]
I would't call that manly... more wizardly
#352 - mikoli (05/29/2015) [-]
i normally hate when people post pictures of them selves because im an ass
but damn thats impressive
User avatar #297 - kompel (05/29/2015) [-]
Cool beard
User avatar #292 - rangerofthesea (05/29/2015) [-]
did you multiclass into lumberjack?
geeze...
#269 - itsthetie (05/29/2015) [-]
I bow to you, master of beards. Hot damn
User avatar #329 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
A fellow Dane need not bow to his brother!
User avatar #241 - ronniesan (05/29/2015) [-]
Holy mother of fuck. You walk around like that? Like in public?
User avatar #247 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
You bet your ass I do.
User avatar #234 - Tusura (05/29/2015) [-]
Is your name Bryce?
User avatar #238 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Actually it's Joakim, I'm a proud nord.
User avatar #348 - Tusura (05/29/2015) [-]
I have a friend named Bryce and you look just like him.
#205 - thrifty (05/29/2015) [-]
Awesome beard aside, that is a mighty fucking 'tache, man.
#223 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Thanks a lot bro
#171 - xdfr (05/29/2015) [-]
#183 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Haha, shit man, I never knew.
#88 - Nice, how about nature, are there any beautiful spots?  [+] (7 new replies) 05/29/2015 on They deceived me 0
#93 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Not so much in the city, but the nearby counties are gorgeous. In the area that my parent's live, there are gorgeous deep valleys, forests, and bluffs. There are also a lot of amazing caves. The valleys near my parents are prettiest but I don't have a pic right now. It's in Imperial, Missouri which is a really small town. I will post a pic of a place in my state that looks similar to where they live.
User avatar #94 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Awesome! We have absolutely nothing to look at here, and ever since i became a man Still pretty young though I wanted to go take in some beautiful sights or explore a cave or something like that, you know, live a little. That oppurtunity I envy you, but free healthcare ain't bad though.
User avatar #97 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I would take free healthcare over it all. You get to travel to many more amazing places and much easier and cheaper than I can since you are in Denmark. I'm gonna go to bed now though because it's almost 4am for me.
User avatar #98 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Fair enough, sleep tight.
User avatar #100 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
id just like to add in my side note of its where you live. most of the country is not as he discribed. ive lived in alaska, utah, and new mexico as well as spending lots of time in california. i have never had any of those problems. if you ever decide to move here for whatever reason do some research. media tends to spotlght the extremes not the norm
User avatar #101 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Oh, I'm aware, but then again, he said he lived in a rough area. Everything is relative of course. I don't know if I'll move there, but at some point in my life I gotta visit at least 3-4 states. So I'm not scared at all, just interested
User avatar #108 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
its literally a case of dont be dumb. cops arent out to get you and they do deep down want to uphold the law. if you give them no reason to think youve done something wrong you will have no problems.
#85 - Well, I don't know if that's good or bad. But at least you hav…  [+] (9 new replies) 05/29/2015 on They deceived me 0
User avatar #87 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
There are good things and bad things about living here. The crime and police quality is bad. Good, however, is the variety of cultures and the food. There are a lot of German, Italian, Irish, Bosnian, and Black-American cultures that mix in an interesting way. I honestly thing that food local to this area is the best.
User avatar #88 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Nice, how about nature, are there any beautiful spots?
#93 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Not so much in the city, but the nearby counties are gorgeous. In the area that my parent's live, there are gorgeous deep valleys, forests, and bluffs. There are also a lot of amazing caves. The valleys near my parents are prettiest but I don't have a pic right now. It's in Imperial, Missouri which is a really small town. I will post a pic of a place in my state that looks similar to where they live.
User avatar #94 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Awesome! We have absolutely nothing to look at here, and ever since i became a man Still pretty young though I wanted to go take in some beautiful sights or explore a cave or something like that, you know, live a little. That oppurtunity I envy you, but free healthcare ain't bad though.
User avatar #97 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I would take free healthcare over it all. You get to travel to many more amazing places and much easier and cheaper than I can since you are in Denmark. I'm gonna go to bed now though because it's almost 4am for me.
User avatar #98 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Fair enough, sleep tight.
User avatar #100 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
id just like to add in my side note of its where you live. most of the country is not as he discribed. ive lived in alaska, utah, and new mexico as well as spending lots of time in california. i have never had any of those problems. if you ever decide to move here for whatever reason do some research. media tends to spotlght the extremes not the norm
User avatar #101 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Oh, I'm aware, but then again, he said he lived in a rough area. Everything is relative of course. I don't know if I'll move there, but at some point in my life I gotta visit at least 3-4 states. So I'm not scared at all, just interested
User avatar #108 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
its literally a case of dont be dumb. cops arent out to get you and they do deep down want to uphold the law. if you give them no reason to think youve done something wrong you will have no problems.
#80 - Holy **** man, sounds pretty rough. Hope you make it th…  [+] (11 new replies) 05/29/2015 on They deceived me 0
#83 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Eh, it's okay. I've lived here my whole life. I'm used to it. My puppy will protect me. He's a good old boy.
User avatar #85 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Well, I don't know if that's good or bad. But at least you have a sweet dog! It's weird how countries are so different.
User avatar #87 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
There are good things and bad things about living here. The crime and police quality is bad. Good, however, is the variety of cultures and the food. There are a lot of German, Italian, Irish, Bosnian, and Black-American cultures that mix in an interesting way. I honestly thing that food local to this area is the best.
User avatar #88 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Nice, how about nature, are there any beautiful spots?
#93 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Not so much in the city, but the nearby counties are gorgeous. In the area that my parent's live, there are gorgeous deep valleys, forests, and bluffs. There are also a lot of amazing caves. The valleys near my parents are prettiest but I don't have a pic right now. It's in Imperial, Missouri which is a really small town. I will post a pic of a place in my state that looks similar to where they live.
User avatar #94 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Awesome! We have absolutely nothing to look at here, and ever since i became a man Still pretty young though I wanted to go take in some beautiful sights or explore a cave or something like that, you know, live a little. That oppurtunity I envy you, but free healthcare ain't bad though.
User avatar #97 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I would take free healthcare over it all. You get to travel to many more amazing places and much easier and cheaper than I can since you are in Denmark. I'm gonna go to bed now though because it's almost 4am for me.
User avatar #98 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Fair enough, sleep tight.
User avatar #100 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
id just like to add in my side note of its where you live. most of the country is not as he discribed. ive lived in alaska, utah, and new mexico as well as spending lots of time in california. i have never had any of those problems. if you ever decide to move here for whatever reason do some research. media tends to spotlght the extremes not the norm
User avatar #101 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Oh, I'm aware, but then again, he said he lived in a rough area. Everything is relative of course. I don't know if I'll move there, but at some point in my life I gotta visit at least 3-4 states. So I'm not scared at all, just interested
User avatar #108 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
its literally a case of dont be dumb. cops arent out to get you and they do deep down want to uphold the law. if you give them no reason to think youve done something wrong you will have no problems.
#77 - **** . That's disheartening. Hope you're doing ok bro. A…  [+] (13 new replies) 05/29/2015 on They deceived me 0
User avatar #79 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I live in St. Louis, Missouri. If you remember all the Ferguson riots and what not, I am around that general area. I'm fine but if you don't have a dog and preferably a gun then you are generally in a bad position. You will be robbed, no question(probably from your car). But people try to break in and dogs really help to scare them off. No one has held me up or anything but people stole my porch furniture, slashed my tires, broke into my car, stole my car radio, shot people on my street, sold drugs on my street, tried to break into my house, among many other things.
User avatar #80 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Holy shit man, sounds pretty rough. Hope you make it through the mongrel invasion. And of course the police is nowhere to be seen, I presume.
#83 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Eh, it's okay. I've lived here my whole life. I'm used to it. My puppy will protect me. He's a good old boy.
User avatar #85 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Well, I don't know if that's good or bad. But at least you have a sweet dog! It's weird how countries are so different.
User avatar #87 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
There are good things and bad things about living here. The crime and police quality is bad. Good, however, is the variety of cultures and the food. There are a lot of German, Italian, Irish, Bosnian, and Black-American cultures that mix in an interesting way. I honestly thing that food local to this area is the best.
User avatar #88 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Nice, how about nature, are there any beautiful spots?
#93 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Not so much in the city, but the nearby counties are gorgeous. In the area that my parent's live, there are gorgeous deep valleys, forests, and bluffs. There are also a lot of amazing caves. The valleys near my parents are prettiest but I don't have a pic right now. It's in Imperial, Missouri which is a really small town. I will post a pic of a place in my state that looks similar to where they live.
User avatar #94 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Awesome! We have absolutely nothing to look at here, and ever since i became a man Still pretty young though I wanted to go take in some beautiful sights or explore a cave or something like that, you know, live a little. That oppurtunity I envy you, but free healthcare ain't bad though.
User avatar #97 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I would take free healthcare over it all. You get to travel to many more amazing places and much easier and cheaper than I can since you are in Denmark. I'm gonna go to bed now though because it's almost 4am for me.
User avatar #98 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Fair enough, sleep tight.
User avatar #100 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
id just like to add in my side note of its where you live. most of the country is not as he discribed. ive lived in alaska, utah, and new mexico as well as spending lots of time in california. i have never had any of those problems. if you ever decide to move here for whatever reason do some research. media tends to spotlght the extremes not the norm
User avatar #101 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Oh, I'm aware, but then again, he said he lived in a rough area. Everything is relative of course. I don't know if I'll move there, but at some point in my life I gotta visit at least 3-4 states. So I'm not scared at all, just interested
User avatar #108 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
its literally a case of dont be dumb. cops arent out to get you and they do deep down want to uphold the law. if you give them no reason to think youve done something wrong you will have no problems.
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User avatar #72 - sweetjessierose (05/29/2015) [-]
Yeah dude. Shit was SO not Raven
#73 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
I bet.
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User avatar #75 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Not really. It is pretty much terrible everywhere. In certain counties there might be a slight difference. Small towns have better police because they don't have to follow major city guidelines as much. Most police departments are all terrible. The more an area needs police, the less the police will respond. In my area, the only thing the police respond quickly to is teenager parties and the like. They respond quickly to non dangerous things like noise complaints and drunk teens but actual danger like shootings and burglaries don't matter.
User avatar #77 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Shit. That's disheartening. Hope you're doing ok bro. Around these parts, police just doesn't show up, the nearest station is 45 min. away. Most assaults are over way before that. And I wouldn't even say we have it nearly as bad as anywhere else.
User avatar #79 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I live in St. Louis, Missouri. If you remember all the Ferguson riots and what not, I am around that general area. I'm fine but if you don't have a dog and preferably a gun then you are generally in a bad position. You will be robbed, no question(probably from your car). But people try to break in and dogs really help to scare them off. No one has held me up or anything but people stole my porch furniture, slashed my tires, broke into my car, stole my car radio, shot people on my street, sold drugs on my street, tried to break into my house, among many other things.
User avatar #80 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Holy shit man, sounds pretty rough. Hope you make it through the mongrel invasion. And of course the police is nowhere to be seen, I presume.
#83 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Eh, it's okay. I've lived here my whole life. I'm used to it. My puppy will protect me. He's a good old boy.
User avatar #85 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Well, I don't know if that's good or bad. But at least you have a sweet dog! It's weird how countries are so different.
User avatar #87 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
There are good things and bad things about living here. The crime and police quality is bad. Good, however, is the variety of cultures and the food. There are a lot of German, Italian, Irish, Bosnian, and Black-American cultures that mix in an interesting way. I honestly thing that food local to this area is the best.
User avatar #88 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Nice, how about nature, are there any beautiful spots?
#93 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Not so much in the city, but the nearby counties are gorgeous. In the area that my parent's live, there are gorgeous deep valleys, forests, and bluffs. There are also a lot of amazing caves. The valleys near my parents are prettiest but I don't have a pic right now. It's in Imperial, Missouri which is a really small town. I will post a pic of a place in my state that looks similar to where they live.
User avatar #94 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Awesome! We have absolutely nothing to look at here, and ever since i became a man Still pretty young though I wanted to go take in some beautiful sights or explore a cave or something like that, you know, live a little. That oppurtunity I envy you, but free healthcare ain't bad though.
User avatar #97 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I would take free healthcare over it all. You get to travel to many more amazing places and much easier and cheaper than I can since you are in Denmark. I'm gonna go to bed now though because it's almost 4am for me.
User avatar #98 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Fair enough, sleep tight.
User avatar #100 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
id just like to add in my side note of its where you live. most of the country is not as he discribed. ive lived in alaska, utah, and new mexico as well as spending lots of time in california. i have never had any of those problems. if you ever decide to move here for whatever reason do some research. media tends to spotlght the extremes not the norm
User avatar #101 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Oh, I'm aware, but then again, he said he lived in a rough area. Everything is relative of course. I don't know if I'll move there, but at some point in my life I gotta visit at least 3-4 states. So I'm not scared at all, just interested
User avatar #108 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
its literally a case of dont be dumb. cops arent out to get you and they do deep down want to uphold the law. if you give them no reason to think youve done something wrong you will have no problems.
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User avatar #70 - sweetjessierose (05/29/2015) [-]
They have a colony in the Northern Rivers of NSW which stretches from Bellingen in the south to Murwillumbah in the north. They fucking disgust me. The majority don't vaccinate or, you know, wash , and I saw one female hippy with armpit hair so long she had it braided. You don't even know what true disgust feels like until you see (and smell. Oh god, the smell) that shit.
User avatar #86 - sprangzor (05/29/2015) [-]
Ayyy that's where I live. Just outside of Nimbin. I get offered weed at least 4 times every time I go there.
I fucking hate hippies man.
User avatar #102 - sweetjessierose (06/01/2015) [-]
No shit! I'm from Murwillumbah (but I've been in Canberra for the last 5 years)
#76 - Rascal (05/29/2015) [-]
sounds like ebola land
#71 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
The fuck.
User avatar #72 - sweetjessierose (05/29/2015) [-]
Yeah dude. Shit was SO not Raven
#73 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
I bet.
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User avatar #72 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Well it's the main problem in the USA and 3rd world countries.
User avatar #73 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
I'd imagine. But it varies on a state to state basis, right?
User avatar #75 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Not really. It is pretty much terrible everywhere. In certain counties there might be a slight difference. Small towns have better police because they don't have to follow major city guidelines as much. Most police departments are all terrible. The more an area needs police, the less the police will respond. In my area, the only thing the police respond quickly to is teenager parties and the like. They respond quickly to non dangerous things like noise complaints and drunk teens but actual danger like shootings and burglaries don't matter.
User avatar #77 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Shit. That's disheartening. Hope you're doing ok bro. Around these parts, police just doesn't show up, the nearest station is 45 min. away. Most assaults are over way before that. And I wouldn't even say we have it nearly as bad as anywhere else.
User avatar #79 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I live in St. Louis, Missouri. If you remember all the Ferguson riots and what not, I am around that general area. I'm fine but if you don't have a dog and preferably a gun then you are generally in a bad position. You will be robbed, no question(probably from your car). But people try to break in and dogs really help to scare them off. No one has held me up or anything but people stole my porch furniture, slashed my tires, broke into my car, stole my car radio, shot people on my street, sold drugs on my street, tried to break into my house, among many other things.
User avatar #80 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Holy shit man, sounds pretty rough. Hope you make it through the mongrel invasion. And of course the police is nowhere to be seen, I presume.
#83 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Eh, it's okay. I've lived here my whole life. I'm used to it. My puppy will protect me. He's a good old boy.
User avatar #85 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Well, I don't know if that's good or bad. But at least you have a sweet dog! It's weird how countries are so different.
User avatar #87 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
There are good things and bad things about living here. The crime and police quality is bad. Good, however, is the variety of cultures and the food. There are a lot of German, Italian, Irish, Bosnian, and Black-American cultures that mix in an interesting way. I honestly thing that food local to this area is the best.
User avatar #88 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Nice, how about nature, are there any beautiful spots?
#93 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Not so much in the city, but the nearby counties are gorgeous. In the area that my parent's live, there are gorgeous deep valleys, forests, and bluffs. There are also a lot of amazing caves. The valleys near my parents are prettiest but I don't have a pic right now. It's in Imperial, Missouri which is a really small town. I will post a pic of a place in my state that looks similar to where they live.
User avatar #94 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Awesome! We have absolutely nothing to look at here, and ever since i became a man Still pretty young though I wanted to go take in some beautiful sights or explore a cave or something like that, you know, live a little. That oppurtunity I envy you, but free healthcare ain't bad though.
User avatar #97 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I would take free healthcare over it all. You get to travel to many more amazing places and much easier and cheaper than I can since you are in Denmark. I'm gonna go to bed now though because it's almost 4am for me.
User avatar #98 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Fair enough, sleep tight.
User avatar #100 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
id just like to add in my side note of its where you live. most of the country is not as he discribed. ive lived in alaska, utah, and new mexico as well as spending lots of time in california. i have never had any of those problems. if you ever decide to move here for whatever reason do some research. media tends to spotlght the extremes not the norm
User avatar #101 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Oh, I'm aware, but then again, he said he lived in a rough area. Everything is relative of course. I don't know if I'll move there, but at some point in my life I gotta visit at least 3-4 states. So I'm not scared at all, just interested
User avatar #108 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
its literally a case of dont be dumb. cops arent out to get you and they do deep down want to uphold the law. if you give them no reason to think youve done something wrong you will have no problems.
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#67 - sweetjessierose (05/29/2015) [-]
It's a hippy name. She's from the hippiest town in the hippiest region of Australia. Fucking hippies
#69 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Australia has hippies? How the fuck are they not extinct yet?
User avatar #70 - sweetjessierose (05/29/2015) [-]
They have a colony in the Northern Rivers of NSW which stretches from Bellingen in the south to Murwillumbah in the north. They fucking disgust me. The majority don't vaccinate or, you know, wash , and I saw one female hippy with armpit hair so long she had it braided. You don't even know what true disgust feels like until you see (and smell. Oh god, the smell) that shit.
User avatar #86 - sprangzor (05/29/2015) [-]
Ayyy that's where I live. Just outside of Nimbin. I get offered weed at least 4 times every time I go there.
I fucking hate hippies man.
User avatar #102 - sweetjessierose (06/01/2015) [-]
No shit! I'm from Murwillumbah (but I've been in Canberra for the last 5 years)
#76 - Rascal (05/29/2015) [-]
sounds like ebola land
#71 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
The fuck.
User avatar #72 - sweetjessierose (05/29/2015) [-]
Yeah dude. Shit was SO not Raven
#73 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
I bet.
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User avatar #70 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Well , really the issue is pay and training. Becoming a cop often requires very little education and training, so pay is often shit. Being a cop often pays very little, so a lot of shitty people become cops. You have several people who are under trained, hate their jobs, don't care about the cause, and are underpaid working so of course it is all going to shit. Police should require more extensive education, higher pay, and pickier hiring.
User avatar #71 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
That could surely be a contributing factor, I think it's different from country to country though. But there will always be shitty people in positions of power.
User avatar #72 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Well it's the main problem in the USA and 3rd world countries.
User avatar #73 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
I'd imagine. But it varies on a state to state basis, right?
User avatar #75 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Not really. It is pretty much terrible everywhere. In certain counties there might be a slight difference. Small towns have better police because they don't have to follow major city guidelines as much. Most police departments are all terrible. The more an area needs police, the less the police will respond. In my area, the only thing the police respond quickly to is teenager parties and the like. They respond quickly to non dangerous things like noise complaints and drunk teens but actual danger like shootings and burglaries don't matter.
User avatar #77 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Shit. That's disheartening. Hope you're doing ok bro. Around these parts, police just doesn't show up, the nearest station is 45 min. away. Most assaults are over way before that. And I wouldn't even say we have it nearly as bad as anywhere else.
User avatar #79 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I live in St. Louis, Missouri. If you remember all the Ferguson riots and what not, I am around that general area. I'm fine but if you don't have a dog and preferably a gun then you are generally in a bad position. You will be robbed, no question(probably from your car). But people try to break in and dogs really help to scare them off. No one has held me up or anything but people stole my porch furniture, slashed my tires, broke into my car, stole my car radio, shot people on my street, sold drugs on my street, tried to break into my house, among many other things.
User avatar #80 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Holy shit man, sounds pretty rough. Hope you make it through the mongrel invasion. And of course the police is nowhere to be seen, I presume.
#83 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Eh, it's okay. I've lived here my whole life. I'm used to it. My puppy will protect me. He's a good old boy.
User avatar #85 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Well, I don't know if that's good or bad. But at least you have a sweet dog! It's weird how countries are so different.
User avatar #87 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
There are good things and bad things about living here. The crime and police quality is bad. Good, however, is the variety of cultures and the food. There are a lot of German, Italian, Irish, Bosnian, and Black-American cultures that mix in an interesting way. I honestly thing that food local to this area is the best.
User avatar #88 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Nice, how about nature, are there any beautiful spots?
#93 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
Not so much in the city, but the nearby counties are gorgeous. In the area that my parent's live, there are gorgeous deep valleys, forests, and bluffs. There are also a lot of amazing caves. The valleys near my parents are prettiest but I don't have a pic right now. It's in Imperial, Missouri which is a really small town. I will post a pic of a place in my state that looks similar to where they live.
User avatar #94 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Awesome! We have absolutely nothing to look at here, and ever since i became a man Still pretty young though I wanted to go take in some beautiful sights or explore a cave or something like that, you know, live a little. That oppurtunity I envy you, but free healthcare ain't bad though.
User avatar #97 - Garblestickleshlop (05/29/2015) [-]
I would take free healthcare over it all. You get to travel to many more amazing places and much easier and cheaper than I can since you are in Denmark. I'm gonna go to bed now though because it's almost 4am for me.
User avatar #98 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Fair enough, sleep tight.
User avatar #100 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
id just like to add in my side note of its where you live. most of the country is not as he discribed. ive lived in alaska, utah, and new mexico as well as spending lots of time in california. i have never had any of those problems. if you ever decide to move here for whatever reason do some research. media tends to spotlght the extremes not the norm
User avatar #101 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Oh, I'm aware, but then again, he said he lived in a rough area. Everything is relative of course. I don't know if I'll move there, but at some point in my life I gotta visit at least 3-4 states. So I'm not scared at all, just interested
User avatar #108 - sketchE (05/29/2015) [-]
its literally a case of dont be dumb. cops arent out to get you and they do deep down want to uphold the law. if you give them no reason to think youve done something wrong you will have no problems.
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User avatar #78 - lotengo (05/29/2015) [-]
Got a few extra words of advice for ya.

1: Be friends with the dishwasher and the head of the serving staff.
2: Memorise the menu of the place you are going to work before you get there.
3: Very important, in one of the comps (not sure if its this one, the page wont properly load) i talked about the chef stealing away my hours. Making up a 3 hour break.
If they pull that crap on you, accept it. Consider it as a personal investment in your own skills. But always keep your own administration. Take pictures of the list before you give it to the chef.
4: Knives are a cooks partner. Some cooks feel like you are banging their gf when you use their knife. It might be wise to buy a set of knives, or at least a chefs knife before you start working there.

The chef knife is the most important knife and you dont need a cheap one, mine costed 100 euro and thats a reasonable price for a single chef knife.
You got German and Japanese. Most people agree Japanese steel is better, but i'd go for German if i where you.
Go for a strong brand like Wusthof or Zwilling (my brand).
Japanes knives expensive. The most common Japanese brand found in the European market is Global.
Global is absolute garbage, the shit tier stuf Japan does not want they ship off to Europe, never buy Global.

User avatar #81 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Yes chef! Hope your experience has gotten better with the years though, depending of course on how long you've done it. Thanks for all the advice, I heard a shit load of negative things about being a chef, but I just love cooking.
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User avatar #76 - lotengo (05/29/2015) [-]
If you do it the way i did, with a full year internship remember the most important rules.

Rule 1: the chef is always right.
If the chef gives you a tomato and tells you that tomato is blue with orange spots, that tomato is blue with orange spots. NO DISCUSSION

Rule 2: Do what you are told: if the cheff tells you to smear the chocolate sauce on the bottom of the plate that is what you do. NO DISCUSSION

Rule 3: never throw out food in your first week/month of the internship, even if its past the expiration date. Always consult with the chef or souschef before you do that.

Rule 4: you cook with one hand, you clean with the other. Try to keep your station organised and clean, the other cooks will respect that.

Rule 5: if the chef shows you something or lets you taste something, always be impressed. Dont tell hem its decent or it needs a bit more salt. Its great and awesome, every time.
User avatar #77 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Thanks man, pretty quick response. I'll take that with me, I just hope I can keep the passion in such a stressed enviroment.
User avatar #78 - lotengo (05/29/2015) [-]
Got a few extra words of advice for ya.

1: Be friends with the dishwasher and the head of the serving staff.
2: Memorise the menu of the place you are going to work before you get there.
3: Very important, in one of the comps (not sure if its this one, the page wont properly load) i talked about the chef stealing away my hours. Making up a 3 hour break.
If they pull that crap on you, accept it. Consider it as a personal investment in your own skills. But always keep your own administration. Take pictures of the list before you give it to the chef.
4: Knives are a cooks partner. Some cooks feel like you are banging their gf when you use their knife. It might be wise to buy a set of knives, or at least a chefs knife before you start working there.

The chef knife is the most important knife and you dont need a cheap one, mine costed 100 euro and thats a reasonable price for a single chef knife.
You got German and Japanese. Most people agree Japanese steel is better, but i'd go for German if i where you.
Go for a strong brand like Wusthof or Zwilling (my brand).
Japanes knives expensive. The most common Japanese brand found in the European market is Global.
Global is absolute garbage, the shit tier stuf Japan does not want they ship off to Europe, never buy Global.

User avatar #81 - hidemoto (05/29/2015) [-]
Yes chef! Hope your experience has gotten better with the years though, depending of course on how long you've done it. Thanks for all the advice, I heard a shit load of negative things about being a chef, but I just love cooking.

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