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#6 - Picture 03/18/2016 on Internet's Dream Game +65
#586 - Well, it's black... 03/18/2016 on Black Roll Scavenger Hunt 0
#585 - **noisia used "*roll picture*"** **noisia rolled image **  [+] (1 new reply) 03/18/2016 on Black Roll Scavenger Hunt 0
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#586 - noisia (03/18/2016) [-]
Well, it's black...
#44 - Picture  [+] (7 new replies) 03/18/2016 on Single player +2
#98 - hachigomo (03/18/2016) [-]
I feel that it depends really. I can enjoy a good single player experience but there are very few games where I would play the single player more than once. For me, multiplayer just adds more to the experience. Ai can only be interesting to fight for so long. Players maintain my interest with all the different tactics they employ.
#83 - toboz (03/18/2016) [-]
Only true if you have no friends
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#82 - XThatGuy (03/18/2016) [-]
single player is useless, online multiplayer pvp is crap, co-op is where the future lies, there is no disadvantage... if you want single player just play on your own, but you an also play with friends, share experiences, at least for me it doesnt lack immersion(assuming you pick the right friend to play with), play dying light with a friend, its fantastic.....
#93 - rpgangster (03/18/2016) [-]
This is how I feel too. You're right that Dying Light was a great example. Also, Far Cry 4 although it kept you out of most the story stuff it still had co-op free roam.
#72 - agentmoleman (03/18/2016) [-]
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#55 - stifflimb (03/18/2016) [-]
They got pros and cons, it's more like "Some game are better than other games"
Somthing dont get better than a lot of other things by simply being single player.
#48 - anon (03/18/2016) [-]
that's not an unpopular opinion
#7 - **noisia used "*roll picture*"** **noisia rolled image ** … 03/17/2016 on whut? 0
#62 - Count yourself lucky. If you were in Europe, they'd have been …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/16/2016 on OP is closet gay 0
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#76 - twiceasfun (03/16/2016) [-]
Wow I feel so lucky
#104 - And a croissant! 03/16/2016 on Breakfast 0
#23 - It's in Swindon, UK. I moved within a mile of that go…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/11/2016 on Tumblr-Comp #4 +4
#76 - thecreepychris (03/11/2016) [-]
I live in a town about 20-30 minutes out from Swindon.
I know your pain.

Plus, there's also the rest of Swindon which is an absolute shithole.
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#96 - Grizzally (03/11/2016) [-]
True that, I live about 40 mins too close to Swindon.
#38 - thetarget (03/11/2016) [-]
Imagine stumbling in to that as a tourist. You would have no idea what was coming and you have to drive on the left side of the road.
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#35 - albeit (03/11/2016) [-]
Its just so pointless. Keep the circle in the middle, and you can just have one, giant, multi-lane roundabout.
#94 - **noisia used "*roll picture*"** **noisia rolled image ** … 03/03/2016 on Anets Vowoc Rens Kedrye 0
#62 - He says that so smugly as if he's the only person on Earth who…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/02/2016 on Anets Vowoc Rens Kedrye +5
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#72 - reloadedhamster (03/02/2016) [-]
Im sorry but whats so smug about it? Im sure he knows there are ignorant people out there. ANYONE who does what they can to make the world a tiny bit less stupid is ok in my book.
#94 - noisia (03/03/2016) [-]
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**noisia rolled image** I mainly thought that the first part of it was smug. The explanation of what a leap year is is fine, but his way of bringing it up grinded at me a bit:

He comments that "The Leap day is misnamed" implys that he knows better than the people who named it. Ignoring the fact that the people who named it would have done so knowing exactly what a leap day is.

The "we're not leaping anywhere" suggests that he is ignoring the metaphorical reasoning behind the name in order to attempt reductio ad absurdum, which is an argumental method that always strikes me as particularly smug.

It's just my opinion, and I may be reading too much into it, but I'm glad he got BTFO'd for it.
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#76 - jeitron (03/02/2016) [-]
It's nice that he brings awareness to the mainstream and spreads the message of science but tbh, he's pretty pompous and has a huge ego(despite claiming that science has humbled him).

He's pretty much gravitating towards Jaden Smith level of logic.
#79 - reloadedhamster (03/02/2016) [-]
Maybe with some people fame just does that to them, but i think he is just trying to live up to the expectations people set for him. Carl Segan met him when he was a kid which is cool as shit.