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Video Games Played: Mass Effect (series), Halo 4, Metro: Last Light, Farcry 3, Deadpool: the game, Borderlands 2, Singularity, Darksiders 2, probably other ones that I've forgot right about now.
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Interests: Warhammer 40k, Aviation, Mechanical engineering, Physics, Writing fiction, Firearms, Automobiles, Aircraft, Gaming, Reading, various other things.
Date Signed Up:8/30/2012
Location:New Zealand
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#49 - [economic equality intensifies] 12 hours ago on Colbert 5 0
#97 - The image you commented on was a publishing of Games Workshop,… 13 hours ago on Time for Action +1
#22 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 14 hours ago on I'm a goofy goober yeah! +12
#92 - blokrokker (2 hours ago) [-]
#108 - Picture 15 hours ago on Faith in humanity +1
#24 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 15 hours ago on Evil 0
User avatar #55 - krasnogvardiech (9 hours ago) [-]
#4 - This ain't right. Wind is caused by the air in high-p…  [+] (6 new replies) 10/29/2014 on (untitled) +50
User avatar #10 - propanex (19 hours ago) [-]
Nothing last forever. Even our own star will die. Eventually every human will die. Even if we expand into space and start colonizing in space, even if we die out 100000000000000000000000 years from now.
#46 - xxxsonic fanxxx (15 hours ago) [-]
thanks, now I can't think of anything else. I'll die in 10000000000000000000 years.
User avatar #47 - propanex (15 hours ago) [-]
k
#39 - xxxsonic fanxxx (16 hours ago) [-]
Yeah but that's kinda irrelevant since humanity, let alone the extant countries, humans, generations, etc on earth will be dead long (and long is an understatement) before that happens. It's irrational to think that far into the future and base actions and decisions on that. You could, on the other hand, say that the dust particles and elements from the explosion of our star will in fact last forever. Since matter is never destroyed, technically, everything lasts forever.
#51 - merkmuds (14 hours ago) [-]
yes but it will eventually never be able to form into stars
User avatar #41 - propanex (15 hours ago) [-]
Unless it meets anti-matter.
#6 - Endurance pursuit, hyperactive scar tissue, pack hunting menta… 10/29/2014 on The Humans have landed 0
#3 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 10/29/2014 on (untitled) 0
#4 - xxxsonic fanxxx (22 hours ago) [-]
WHERE DID YOU FIND THESE
SECRET MOTHERLAND TECHNOLOGY

DO NOT DISTRIBUTE

DELETE IMMEDIATELY
#18 - And here's the ultimate and original heresy, the flagship itself.  [+] (2 new replies) 10/29/2014 on Time for Action +6
User avatar #93 - twiztidxson (13 hours ago) [-]
I have an intense need to know more.
#97 - krasnogvardiech (13 hours ago) [-]
The image you commented on was a publishing of Games Workshop, the specific subject of which being Warhammer 40,000 - and the specific scene being the chaos-tainted Archtraitor Horus's flagship in the height of the Horus Heresy sometime in the Thirty-first mullenium. That is the event which has basically shaped the entire setting thus far.

Warhammer 40,000 itself is the fictional setting set currently in the 42nd mullenium in a grim, dark dystopian and war-torn future where humanity, arrayed in the gargantuan, inter-stellar Imperium of Man, which is beset on all fronts as the various nasties of the universe attempt to devour, destroy, corrupt, or simply eradicate mankind's holdings across the cosmos. To counter these various threats mankind has all but totally girded itself into a meritotechnotheocratic organization which has been described literally as 'the bloodiest, cruellest regime imaginable'. The various armed forces of humanity include but by no means are limited to: badass genetically engineered warrior monks clad in power armour and utilizing high-explosive fully-automatic armor-piercing gyrojet cannons unfirable by unaugmented men, a technotheomilitant organization which takes technology in a devoutly religious view (who may or may not have a point, as machine spirits do indeed exist), countlessly-numbering human regulars armed and armoured with equipment that is weak compared to what they go up against and yet they field the largest resources, best tanks and heaviest armor in the entire setting.

The tabletop wargame has evolved into a multimedia franchise spanning videogames, movies, the tabletop wargame and a series of novels in the Black Library series.

Pictured are Imperial Guardsmen of the Armageddon Steel Legions in the Third War for Armageddon, against the Orkish forces of Grazkhull Mag Uruk Thraka, the singular most potent Ork Warboss in the history of the setting.
#17 - Mildly heretical.  [+] (3 new replies) 10/29/2014 on Time for Action +15
#18 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
And here's the ultimate and original heresy, the flagship itself.
User avatar #93 - twiztidxson (13 hours ago) [-]
I have an intense need to know more.
#97 - krasnogvardiech (13 hours ago) [-]
The image you commented on was a publishing of Games Workshop, the specific subject of which being Warhammer 40,000 - and the specific scene being the chaos-tainted Archtraitor Horus's flagship in the height of the Horus Heresy sometime in the Thirty-first mullenium. That is the event which has basically shaped the entire setting thus far.

Warhammer 40,000 itself is the fictional setting set currently in the 42nd mullenium in a grim, dark dystopian and war-torn future where humanity, arrayed in the gargantuan, inter-stellar Imperium of Man, which is beset on all fronts as the various nasties of the universe attempt to devour, destroy, corrupt, or simply eradicate mankind's holdings across the cosmos. To counter these various threats mankind has all but totally girded itself into a meritotechnotheocratic organization which has been described literally as 'the bloodiest, cruellest regime imaginable'. The various armed forces of humanity include but by no means are limited to: badass genetically engineered warrior monks clad in power armour and utilizing high-explosive fully-automatic armor-piercing gyrojet cannons unfirable by unaugmented men, a technotheomilitant organization which takes technology in a devoutly religious view (who may or may not have a point, as machine spirits do indeed exist), countlessly-numbering human regulars armed and armoured with equipment that is weak compared to what they go up against and yet they field the largest resources, best tanks and heaviest armor in the entire setting.

The tabletop wargame has evolved into a multimedia franchise spanning videogames, movies, the tabletop wargame and a series of novels in the Black Library series.

Pictured are Imperial Guardsmen of the Armageddon Steel Legions in the Third War for Armageddon, against the Orkish forces of Grazkhull Mag Uruk Thraka, the singular most potent Ork Warboss in the history of the setting.
#16 - Picture  [+] (4 new replies) 10/29/2014 on Time for Action +7
#17 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
Mildly heretical.
#18 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
And here's the ultimate and original heresy, the flagship itself.
User avatar #93 - twiztidxson (13 hours ago) [-]
I have an intense need to know more.
#97 - krasnogvardiech (13 hours ago) [-]
The image you commented on was a publishing of Games Workshop, the specific subject of which being Warhammer 40,000 - and the specific scene being the chaos-tainted Archtraitor Horus's flagship in the height of the Horus Heresy sometime in the Thirty-first mullenium. That is the event which has basically shaped the entire setting thus far.

Warhammer 40,000 itself is the fictional setting set currently in the 42nd mullenium in a grim, dark dystopian and war-torn future where humanity, arrayed in the gargantuan, inter-stellar Imperium of Man, which is beset on all fronts as the various nasties of the universe attempt to devour, destroy, corrupt, or simply eradicate mankind's holdings across the cosmos. To counter these various threats mankind has all but totally girded itself into a meritotechnotheocratic organization which has been described literally as 'the bloodiest, cruellest regime imaginable'. The various armed forces of humanity include but by no means are limited to: badass genetically engineered warrior monks clad in power armour and utilizing high-explosive fully-automatic armor-piercing gyrojet cannons unfirable by unaugmented men, a technotheomilitant organization which takes technology in a devoutly religious view (who may or may not have a point, as machine spirits do indeed exist), countlessly-numbering human regulars armed and armoured with equipment that is weak compared to what they go up against and yet they field the largest resources, best tanks and heaviest armor in the entire setting.

The tabletop wargame has evolved into a multimedia franchise spanning videogames, movies, the tabletop wargame and a series of novels in the Black Library series.

Pictured are Imperial Guardsmen of the Armageddon Steel Legions in the Third War for Armageddon, against the Orkish forces of Grazkhull Mag Uruk Thraka, the singular most potent Ork Warboss in the history of the setting.
#15 - Picture  [+] (5 new replies) 10/29/2014 on Time for Action +6
#16 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#17 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
Mildly heretical.
#18 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
And here's the ultimate and original heresy, the flagship itself.
User avatar #93 - twiztidxson (13 hours ago) [-]
I have an intense need to know more.
#97 - krasnogvardiech (13 hours ago) [-]
The image you commented on was a publishing of Games Workshop, the specific subject of which being Warhammer 40,000 - and the specific scene being the chaos-tainted Archtraitor Horus's flagship in the height of the Horus Heresy sometime in the Thirty-first mullenium. That is the event which has basically shaped the entire setting thus far.

Warhammer 40,000 itself is the fictional setting set currently in the 42nd mullenium in a grim, dark dystopian and war-torn future where humanity, arrayed in the gargantuan, inter-stellar Imperium of Man, which is beset on all fronts as the various nasties of the universe attempt to devour, destroy, corrupt, or simply eradicate mankind's holdings across the cosmos. To counter these various threats mankind has all but totally girded itself into a meritotechnotheocratic organization which has been described literally as 'the bloodiest, cruellest regime imaginable'. The various armed forces of humanity include but by no means are limited to: badass genetically engineered warrior monks clad in power armour and utilizing high-explosive fully-automatic armor-piercing gyrojet cannons unfirable by unaugmented men, a technotheomilitant organization which takes technology in a devoutly religious view (who may or may not have a point, as machine spirits do indeed exist), countlessly-numbering human regulars armed and armoured with equipment that is weak compared to what they go up against and yet they field the largest resources, best tanks and heaviest armor in the entire setting.

The tabletop wargame has evolved into a multimedia franchise spanning videogames, movies, the tabletop wargame and a series of novels in the Black Library series.

Pictured are Imperial Guardsmen of the Armageddon Steel Legions in the Third War for Armageddon, against the Orkish forces of Grazkhull Mag Uruk Thraka, the singular most potent Ork Warboss in the history of the setting.
#14 - Heresy is A-OK. We could use a little live target practice.  [+] (6 new replies) 10/29/2014 on Time for Action +4
#15 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#16 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#17 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
Mildly heretical.
#18 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
And here's the ultimate and original heresy, the flagship itself.
User avatar #93 - twiztidxson (13 hours ago) [-]
I have an intense need to know more.
#97 - krasnogvardiech (13 hours ago) [-]
The image you commented on was a publishing of Games Workshop, the specific subject of which being Warhammer 40,000 - and the specific scene being the chaos-tainted Archtraitor Horus's flagship in the height of the Horus Heresy sometime in the Thirty-first mullenium. That is the event which has basically shaped the entire setting thus far.

Warhammer 40,000 itself is the fictional setting set currently in the 42nd mullenium in a grim, dark dystopian and war-torn future where humanity, arrayed in the gargantuan, inter-stellar Imperium of Man, which is beset on all fronts as the various nasties of the universe attempt to devour, destroy, corrupt, or simply eradicate mankind's holdings across the cosmos. To counter these various threats mankind has all but totally girded itself into a meritotechnotheocratic organization which has been described literally as 'the bloodiest, cruellest regime imaginable'. The various armed forces of humanity include but by no means are limited to: badass genetically engineered warrior monks clad in power armour and utilizing high-explosive fully-automatic armor-piercing gyrojet cannons unfirable by unaugmented men, a technotheomilitant organization which takes technology in a devoutly religious view (who may or may not have a point, as machine spirits do indeed exist), countlessly-numbering human regulars armed and armoured with equipment that is weak compared to what they go up against and yet they field the largest resources, best tanks and heaviest armor in the entire setting.

The tabletop wargame has evolved into a multimedia franchise spanning videogames, movies, the tabletop wargame and a series of novels in the Black Library series.

Pictured are Imperial Guardsmen of the Armageddon Steel Legions in the Third War for Armageddon, against the Orkish forces of Grazkhull Mag Uruk Thraka, the singular most potent Ork Warboss in the history of the setting.
#13 - Picture  [+] (7 new replies) 10/29/2014 on Time for Action +6
#14 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
Heresy is A-OK.

We could use a little live target practice.
#15 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#16 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#17 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
Mildly heretical.
#18 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
And here's the ultimate and original heresy, the flagship itself.
User avatar #93 - twiztidxson (13 hours ago) [-]
I have an intense need to know more.
#97 - krasnogvardiech (13 hours ago) [-]
The image you commented on was a publishing of Games Workshop, the specific subject of which being Warhammer 40,000 - and the specific scene being the chaos-tainted Archtraitor Horus's flagship in the height of the Horus Heresy sometime in the Thirty-first mullenium. That is the event which has basically shaped the entire setting thus far.

Warhammer 40,000 itself is the fictional setting set currently in the 42nd mullenium in a grim, dark dystopian and war-torn future where humanity, arrayed in the gargantuan, inter-stellar Imperium of Man, which is beset on all fronts as the various nasties of the universe attempt to devour, destroy, corrupt, or simply eradicate mankind's holdings across the cosmos. To counter these various threats mankind has all but totally girded itself into a meritotechnotheocratic organization which has been described literally as 'the bloodiest, cruellest regime imaginable'. The various armed forces of humanity include but by no means are limited to: badass genetically engineered warrior monks clad in power armour and utilizing high-explosive fully-automatic armor-piercing gyrojet cannons unfirable by unaugmented men, a technotheomilitant organization which takes technology in a devoutly religious view (who may or may not have a point, as machine spirits do indeed exist), countlessly-numbering human regulars armed and armoured with equipment that is weak compared to what they go up against and yet they field the largest resources, best tanks and heaviest armor in the entire setting.

The tabletop wargame has evolved into a multimedia franchise spanning videogames, movies, the tabletop wargame and a series of novels in the Black Library series.

Pictured are Imperial Guardsmen of the Armageddon Steel Legions in the Third War for Armageddon, against the Orkish forces of Grazkhull Mag Uruk Thraka, the singular most potent Ork Warboss in the history of the setting.
#12 - Picture  [+] (8 new replies) 10/29/2014 on Time for Action +8
#13 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#14 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
Heresy is A-OK.

We could use a little live target practice.
#15 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#16 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#17 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
Mildly heretical.
#18 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
And here's the ultimate and original heresy, the flagship itself.
User avatar #93 - twiztidxson (13 hours ago) [-]
I have an intense need to know more.
#97 - krasnogvardiech (13 hours ago) [-]
The image you commented on was a publishing of Games Workshop, the specific subject of which being Warhammer 40,000 - and the specific scene being the chaos-tainted Archtraitor Horus's flagship in the height of the Horus Heresy sometime in the Thirty-first mullenium. That is the event which has basically shaped the entire setting thus far.

Warhammer 40,000 itself is the fictional setting set currently in the 42nd mullenium in a grim, dark dystopian and war-torn future where humanity, arrayed in the gargantuan, inter-stellar Imperium of Man, which is beset on all fronts as the various nasties of the universe attempt to devour, destroy, corrupt, or simply eradicate mankind's holdings across the cosmos. To counter these various threats mankind has all but totally girded itself into a meritotechnotheocratic organization which has been described literally as 'the bloodiest, cruellest regime imaginable'. The various armed forces of humanity include but by no means are limited to: badass genetically engineered warrior monks clad in power armour and utilizing high-explosive fully-automatic armor-piercing gyrojet cannons unfirable by unaugmented men, a technotheomilitant organization which takes technology in a devoutly religious view (who may or may not have a point, as machine spirits do indeed exist), countlessly-numbering human regulars armed and armoured with equipment that is weak compared to what they go up against and yet they field the largest resources, best tanks and heaviest armor in the entire setting.

The tabletop wargame has evolved into a multimedia franchise spanning videogames, movies, the tabletop wargame and a series of novels in the Black Library series.

Pictured are Imperial Guardsmen of the Armageddon Steel Legions in the Third War for Armageddon, against the Orkish forces of Grazkhull Mag Uruk Thraka, the singular most potent Ork Warboss in the history of the setting.
#11 - Picture  [+] (9 new replies) 10/29/2014 on Time for Action +6
#12 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#13 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#14 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
Heresy is A-OK.

We could use a little live target practice.
#15 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#16 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#17 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
Mildly heretical.
#18 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
And here's the ultimate and original heresy, the flagship itself.
User avatar #93 - twiztidxson (13 hours ago) [-]
I have an intense need to know more.
#97 - krasnogvardiech (13 hours ago) [-]
The image you commented on was a publishing of Games Workshop, the specific subject of which being Warhammer 40,000 - and the specific scene being the chaos-tainted Archtraitor Horus's flagship in the height of the Horus Heresy sometime in the Thirty-first mullenium. That is the event which has basically shaped the entire setting thus far.

Warhammer 40,000 itself is the fictional setting set currently in the 42nd mullenium in a grim, dark dystopian and war-torn future where humanity, arrayed in the gargantuan, inter-stellar Imperium of Man, which is beset on all fronts as the various nasties of the universe attempt to devour, destroy, corrupt, or simply eradicate mankind's holdings across the cosmos. To counter these various threats mankind has all but totally girded itself into a meritotechnotheocratic organization which has been described literally as 'the bloodiest, cruellest regime imaginable'. The various armed forces of humanity include but by no means are limited to: badass genetically engineered warrior monks clad in power armour and utilizing high-explosive fully-automatic armor-piercing gyrojet cannons unfirable by unaugmented men, a technotheomilitant organization which takes technology in a devoutly religious view (who may or may not have a point, as machine spirits do indeed exist), countlessly-numbering human regulars armed and armoured with equipment that is weak compared to what they go up against and yet they field the largest resources, best tanks and heaviest armor in the entire setting.

The tabletop wargame has evolved into a multimedia franchise spanning videogames, movies, the tabletop wargame and a series of novels in the Black Library series.

Pictured are Imperial Guardsmen of the Armageddon Steel Legions in the Third War for Armageddon, against the Orkish forces of Grazkhull Mag Uruk Thraka, the singular most potent Ork Warboss in the history of the setting.
#10 - Picture  [+] (10 new replies) 10/29/2014 on Time for Action +8
#11 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#12 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#13 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#14 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
Heresy is A-OK.

We could use a little live target practice.
#15 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#16 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#17 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
Mildly heretical.
#18 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
And here's the ultimate and original heresy, the flagship itself.
User avatar #93 - twiztidxson (13 hours ago) [-]
I have an intense need to know more.
#97 - krasnogvardiech (13 hours ago) [-]
The image you commented on was a publishing of Games Workshop, the specific subject of which being Warhammer 40,000 - and the specific scene being the chaos-tainted Archtraitor Horus's flagship in the height of the Horus Heresy sometime in the Thirty-first mullenium. That is the event which has basically shaped the entire setting thus far.

Warhammer 40,000 itself is the fictional setting set currently in the 42nd mullenium in a grim, dark dystopian and war-torn future where humanity, arrayed in the gargantuan, inter-stellar Imperium of Man, which is beset on all fronts as the various nasties of the universe attempt to devour, destroy, corrupt, or simply eradicate mankind's holdings across the cosmos. To counter these various threats mankind has all but totally girded itself into a meritotechnotheocratic organization which has been described literally as 'the bloodiest, cruellest regime imaginable'. The various armed forces of humanity include but by no means are limited to: badass genetically engineered warrior monks clad in power armour and utilizing high-explosive fully-automatic armor-piercing gyrojet cannons unfirable by unaugmented men, a technotheomilitant organization which takes technology in a devoutly religious view (who may or may not have a point, as machine spirits do indeed exist), countlessly-numbering human regulars armed and armoured with equipment that is weak compared to what they go up against and yet they field the largest resources, best tanks and heaviest armor in the entire setting.

The tabletop wargame has evolved into a multimedia franchise spanning videogames, movies, the tabletop wargame and a series of novels in the Black Library series.

Pictured are Imperial Guardsmen of the Armageddon Steel Legions in the Third War for Armageddon, against the Orkish forces of Grazkhull Mag Uruk Thraka, the singular most potent Ork Warboss in the history of the setting.
#2 - Picture 10/29/2014 on Title +4
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#2 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
#10 - Picture  [+] (4 new replies) 10/29/2014 on Weiss is about to kill... +22
#61 - xxxsonic fanxxx (16 hours ago) [-]
sauce pls?
#60 - xxxsonic fanxxx (16 hours ago) [-]
sauce pls?
User avatar #62 - soupkittenagain (16 hours ago) [-]
RWBY. More specifically, it's the yellow trailer.

roosterteeth.com/archive/?id=7615&v=more
#2 - Picture 10/29/2014 on formidable defense 0
#7 - A blonde, flashy ninja wearing orange, screaming at the top of… 10/29/2014 on The hero the manga did not... 0
#283 - It's a place where I can waste time on. It's not good, it's no… 10/29/2014 on motivation 0
#5 - It's like a tabletop campaign where the DM just really wanted …  [+] (3 new replies) 10/29/2014 on The hero the manga did not... +17
User avatar #6 - toboz (10/29/2014) [-]
If Naruto would be a tabletop campaign, the enemies would attack every 4th or 5th turn.
In rest the they would just stand around letting the players do shit.

Thats how ridiculously shit fights are in Part 2.
Oh and every enemy stronger than the player eventually would randomly get nerfed to full retard for no reason.

i.e: Juubito cant use Kamui. Juubi-Madara uses it without problem for first try.
U wot m8
User avatar #14 - ironsoul (22 hours ago) [-]
There actually IS a tabletop version of naruto that is bitchingly fun to play. The best part is that characters based off the ones in the show are horribly underpowered, so that faggot of a player who has to be super plot important in every game? He will get his ass thoroughly handed to him.
User avatar #7 - krasnogvardiech (10/29/2014) [-]
A blonde, flashy ninja wearing orange, screaming at the top of his lungs and swarming you with more shadow clones than it's possible to make. That, and you can probably faintly sense demonic chakra all about him.

Must be one hell of a negative initiative modifier.
#7 - What the **** , that's no fair competition. Could … 10/29/2014 on You expected communism? -8
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#1724 - konradkurze (10/16/2014) [-]
You are the Stalin Marine
#1725 to #1724 - krasnogvardiech (10/17/2014) [-]
Astartes are overrated. One in a billion, too.
User avatar #1716 - konradkurze (10/13/2014) [-]
the perfect Kras song

USA open your eyes.Russia's destiny
User avatar #1717 to #1716 - krasnogvardiech (10/13/2014) [-]
My god, it's amazing.
User avatar #1718 to #1717 - konradkurze (10/13/2014) [-]
americans love to preach how awesome they think they are without ever checking what others pack

they need to check how russian stuff beats them on the curve most of the time

and how ive seen some american kids bleat on about how americans get more hours doing stuff somehow makes them better.....they get edgy when i tell them "well maybe the russians dont need to spend so long to learn the same or better skills...."
User avatar #1719 to #1718 - krasnogvardiech (10/13/2014) [-]
It's the Tesla versus Edison argument. Yes, the Russians know what works, but the Americans spend time testing out and confirming what doesn't work.
User avatar #1720 to #1719 - konradkurze (10/13/2014) [-]
and the americans pack in a whole bunch of shiny **** they dont need and costs more while the russians just say "heres the budget, make it work"
User avatar #1721 to #1720 - krasnogvardiech (10/13/2014) [-]
Pretty much. You know you love the latter.
User avatar #1722 to #1721 - konradkurze (10/13/2014) [-]
russian stuff: so much better that R Lee Ermey had to **** with a gun trial just so the AK47 didnt pwn the m16 too badly
#1723 to #1722 - matexius ONLINE (10/13/2014) [-]
I should start learning Russian more seriously...
seriously...
User avatar #1710 - konradkurze (09/21/2014) [-]
comrade
can i please have your FJ points
User avatar #1711 to #1710 - krasnogvardiech (09/21/2014) [-]
No.

I wanna hoard them this time. See how high I can get them.
User avatar #1712 to #1711 - konradkurze (09/21/2014) [-]
Kras and his shekels
User avatar #1713 to #1712 - krasnogvardiech (09/21/2014) [-]
FJ points. No jews here.

Imma hoard them like one tho still
User avatar #1714 to #1713 - konradkurze (09/21/2014) [-]
Kras the jewkrainian
User avatar #1715 to #1714 - krasnogvardiech (09/21/2014) [-]
Pretty much ae
User avatar #1704 to #1703 - krasnogvardiech (09/17/2014) [-]
absolutely disgusting
User avatar #1705 to #1704 - konradkurze (09/17/2014) [-]
wanna know the scary part of that pic?
User avatar #1706 to #1705 - krasnogvardiech (09/17/2014) [-]
It was an artist's approximation?
User avatar #1707 to #1706 - konradkurze (09/18/2014) [-]
no.....

scariest part is

I commissioned that Snooki pic to be drawn
User avatar #1709 to #1708 - konradkurze (09/18/2014) [-]
and thats just the cheap picture....i had another artist commission a more detailed pic of her to make it lifelike
#1702 - matexius ONLINE (09/17/2014) [-]
Nevermind that message, I got it for now...
Fukken bronies, man; turning our love of The Emperor against us...

Sometimes, you have to do stupid **** for the things you believe in...
User avatar #1701 - konradkurze (09/05/2014) [-]
Battlefield 3 - The Russian Offensive
#1698 - matexius ONLINE (09/03/2014) [-]
Hey Kras I need you to test something for me...
*injects Kras with a vial of Russianum 34 and after a brief period, he becomes a superhero of Mother Russia.*
And for the love of The Emperor; try to keep your underpants ''inside'' your suit...
there is the... ''minor'' side effect though...
#1700 to #1699 - matexius ONLINE (09/05/2014) [-]
Speaking of which... Have you heard that the 'Muricans are gonna go and try to bomb/ invade Russia?
Haven't they learnt anything from Hitlers and Napoleons tries? I mean, waging war with Russia, with the coming of Winter...?
That's not war, that's a Deathwish...
User avatar #1691 - konradkurze (08/29/2014) [-]
*genetically modifies Kras to be a bear*
#1694 to #1693 - konradkurze (08/29/2014) [-]
i see an alcoholic bear on a unicycle
#1695 to #1694 - krasnogvardiech (08/29/2014) [-]
how the **** do i drive this thing
#1697 to #1696 - krasnogvardiech (08/29/2014) [-]
ubercharge is disgusting
User avatar #1677 - konradkurze (08/16/2014) [-]
Battlefield 3 - The Russian Offensive
#1672 - konradkurze (08/16/2014) [-]
Kras when meeting girls
#1673 to #1672 - krasnogvardiech (08/16/2014) [-]
Ну што, нз проблема.

>Мое лицо когда
User avatar #1674 to #1673 - konradkurze (08/16/2014) [-]
ваша кровь водка
User avatar #1676 to #1675 - konradkurze (08/16/2014) [-]
i want one thing to happen

we both know what it is

Red Alert 2 intro
User avatar #1678 to #1676 - krasnogvardiech (08/16/2014) [-]
The start of World War III?



Emperor's blood. No.
User avatar #1679 to #1678 - konradkurze (08/16/2014) [-]
russia putting the americans in their place

Gamehelper.com - WiC: Soviet Assault TrailerNew

needs to happen
User avatar #1680 to #1679 - krasnogvardiech (08/16/2014) [-]
Actually, that's a stupid idea. A better one would be a long-term military alliance. Less lives and less resources lost. The way we're headed, Fallout might become a reality. And that is a terrifying thought.
User avatar #1681 to #1680 - konradkurze (08/16/2014) [-]
well allying with usa means theyll try to ******** russia out of so much to profit usa and leave russia in ****

User avatar #1683 to #1681 - krasnogvardiech (08/16/2014) [-]
You didn't forget about the states' massive debt, right?
#1682 to #1681 - krasnogvardiech (08/16/2014) [-]
Russia's better off financially than the U.S is. It would be a blow to the Federation, certainly.

The only answer is space, tovarisch. Even a small asteroid is worth billions in scientific resources - as well as elements and materiel alien to our world.

I think the space race ought to be started up again.
User avatar #1684 to #1682 - konradkurze (08/16/2014) [-]
yeah there is space but then you'd have usa and the un bitch about "anything russia colonizes should be international access
same deal as that moon treaty where somehow the moon is supposedly international property

yeah usa has a massive debt even more reason theyd ******** russia out of its wealth

hell alaska was an illegal sale and usa refused to hand it back
User avatar #1685 to #1684 - krasnogvardiech (08/16/2014) [-]
The race would be combined. International access means that its resources would go to whoever needs it, with a hefty percentage going towards the nation/organization that did it.

The whole reason the US would ask for money is to pay off their debts in the first place. No reason save that - they hate the russkies too much. The States have the largest and most well-equipped army overall, no major need for military support.
User avatar #1686 to #1685 - konradkurze (08/16/2014) [-]
then that just leaves it open for greedy corporations to buy everything up over time thus ******** on other planets like they do to earth

best russia takes and holds on its own and lets normal people migrate to said planets and forbids corporate ownership
User avatar #1687 to #1686 - krasnogvardiech (08/16/2014) [-]
You've obviously never heard of the oligarchy. It's heading that way - the few, all over the world, are taking control of all its resources. Disney's doing it, BP Oil's doing it, everyone is.

It's all over the place. I actually care, though, about what they're going to do and what opportunity does it open up for the everyman.
User avatar #1688 to #1687 - konradkurze (08/16/2014) [-]
i say we need another yeltsin to march in with part of the army....kick out the government and also get rid of the oligarchs trying to own eveything
User avatar #1689 to #1688 - krasnogvardiech (08/16/2014) [-]
The oligarchs' owning it all isn't the problem. Having much under the control of many means that it's easier to organize **** .

That's part of the reason why the Red Army failed in the initial stages of World War 2's Soviet front. Poor, disorganized leadership. So much resources eventually got the work done, but it floundered about for a while.

Mobilization, tovarisch, is the issue. Putting resources in the right place. Space is the new place for funds - the Chinese are already on the plan, for ****** sake.
User avatar #1690 to #1689 - konradkurze (08/16/2014) [-]
yah but chinese are also a problem,,their leadership SUCKS....its still the few privileged and their friends / family getting rich and making the poor poorer and dispossessing the independent rich

like just a couple years back....some guy who owned a hotel near a river was forced to sell it for 10% of its value because the government wanted to flood the ricer to build a hydro power damn which meant his hotel would have been in the flood are otherwise

and oligarchs are one of the problems.....the rich shouldnt be allowed to buy more and create monopolies on resources...if we go to other planets we go without them and let normal people have a fresh start at prosperity
#1671 - konradkurze (08/10/2014) [-]
Kras vs america
#1662 - matexius ONLINE (07/26/2014) [-]
Was bored...found this...
Was bored...found this...
User avatar #1663 to #1662 - krasnogvardiech (07/28/2014) [-]
Stop, my penis can only get so erect.
User avatar #1664 to #1663 - matexius ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
...I have no idea how to react to that...

Also...what is your opinion on the addition of these webm.s?
User avatar #1665 to #1664 - krasnogvardiech (07/28/2014) [-]
**** can only get better, while the main section of the site still hates videos. I don't know what to think.
User avatar #1667 to #1665 - matexius ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
Also...I hope you don't mind that I'm a bit more...let's say actve... The Belarussian girl that's the closest thing that I've ever had to a GF left for Russia for 4 weeks...and I'm bored halfway to the Imperial Palace and back...
User avatar #1668 to #1667 - krasnogvardiech (07/28/2014) [-]
All good. You'll have to watch for me being less active, though, as I have a thing called a job.
User avatar #1669 to #1668 - matexius ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
I know, I know... What can you do? Money rules the world...
Have you ever like, had a GF even?
User avatar #1666 to #1665 - matexius ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
Quite... 4chan already had them, right?
A former schoolmate said they'd be good to add... I was sceptical...
User avatar #1661 - languagexplain (07/25/2014) [-]
Please stop engaging the ********** on the TG board. He needs to not get any attention. At all. kthx.
User avatar #1670 to #1661 - krasnogvardiech (08/04/2014) [-]
I successfully disarmed a ********** with something very close to what he is *********** about. What you donna do about it?
User avatar #1660 - matexius ONLINE (07/24/2014) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLhC2eTkVCM

Something tells me you've heard this one...
#1657 - matexius ONLINE (07/22/2014) [-]
Hey Krasno...
Would you happen to know of an energy source, that is small, yet efficient and could power a man sized mechanical exoskeleton, kinda like this one?

I'm planning on maybe starting something like it and I'm trying to find an energy source... I know it's probably futile, but hey... Why not?
My father says I should be less on the computer, so... I need to find ways to entertain myself... friend suggested this...
I know it's way out of my field of experties and education, but I want to show those Japs that they're not the only ones who can build one... Gonna cost a lot though...
User avatar #1658 to #1657 - krasnogvardiech (07/22/2014) [-]
No ******* clue. Tried making a tiny nuclear reactor?
User avatar #1659 to #1658 - matexius ONLINE (07/22/2014) [-]
... Right...
I'm fairly sure a tiny nuclear reactor could horribly backfire... and there are things even I can't get my hands on... i was thinking something like a small tesla coil, connected to a divider where one part is then in turn connected back into the coil and another to the suit... just a spark to fire it up... probably wouldn't work, though...
Still thank you for your time...
User avatar #1656 - konradkurze (07/20/2014) [-]
trolling people the Kras way

Friends Joseph Stalin
User avatar #1652 - nought (07/19/2014) [-]
firt
User avatar #1653 to #1652 - krasnogvardiech (07/19/2014) [-]
Not first by a long shot, and if that was an attempt to flirt, it went over my head.

What's up?
User avatar #1654 to #1653 - nought (07/19/2014) [-]
wat u talkin bout
FIRT FIRT FIRT FIRT FIRT FIRT
User avatar #1647 - konradkurze (07/16/2014) [-]
Whatever Gets Us Drunk the Fastest | Metalpocalypse | Adult Swim
#1649 to #1648 - konradkurze (07/16/2014) [-]
< people who tried to **** with Kras' alcohol
#1650 to #1649 - krasnogvardiech (07/16/2014) [-]
More accurately tho.
#1651 to #1650 - konradkurze (07/16/2014) [-]
reminds me of when i do online gaming
#1645 - konradkurze (07/15/2014) [-]
Kras on a friday night
User avatar #1644 - konradkurze (07/15/2014) [-]
Enemy at the Gates (1/9) Movie CLIP - Crossing the Volga (2001) HD
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