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Interests: Video Games, Tabletop games, Biology
Date Signed Up:6/19/2012
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#326 - Picture  [+] (7 new replies) 08/09/2013 on Feminism and video games +1
#331 - wulphshadowtail (08/09/2013) [-]
#333 - organiclead (08/09/2013) [-]
#339 - wulphshadowtail (08/09/2013) [-]
#343 - organiclead (08/09/2013) [-]
#346 - wulphshadowtail (08/09/2013) [-]
You are awesome too.
#348 - organiclead (08/09/2013) [-]
I do love gif exchanges. Thank you for some new ones.
#351 - wulphshadowtail (08/09/2013) [-]
#294 - Picture  [+] (9 new replies) 08/09/2013 on Feminism and video games +1
User avatar #320 - wulphshadowtail (08/09/2013) [-]
Objection! The cake exists, and is in a room you may reach using a glitch placed purposefully by valve. Companion cube is there too.
#326 - organiclead (08/09/2013) [-]
#331 - wulphshadowtail (08/09/2013) [-]
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#339 - wulphshadowtail (08/09/2013) [-]
#343 - organiclead (08/09/2013) [-]
#346 - wulphshadowtail (08/09/2013) [-]
You are awesome too.
#348 - organiclead (08/09/2013) [-]
I do love gif exchanges. Thank you for some new ones.
#351 - wulphshadowtail (08/09/2013) [-]
#80 - Or the tenth request that day for your Facebook page when you'… 08/09/2013 on Feminism and video games 0
#73 - Angry Birds, Final Fantasy, Sonic Adventure and Gauntlet are a… 08/09/2013 on Feminism and video games -1
#70 - I hate it when this happens.  [+] (2 new replies) 08/09/2013 on Feminism and video games +2
User avatar #78 - blahthewonderful (08/09/2013) [-]
Girl Gamers And this.
User avatar #80 - organiclead (08/09/2013) [-]
Or the tenth request that day for your Facebook page when you're playing a female avatar on a MMO.
#62 - So do most guys. As shocking as it is, there's nothing wrong w… 08/09/2013 on Feminism and video games +5
#140 - Comment deleted 08/09/2013 on Games 0
#71 - Very true, they could have done a lot better on explain why th… 08/08/2013 on Technology saves lives +1
#67 - I'm not very fond of "secret world" stories for that…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/08/2013 on Technology saves lives +1
User avatar #68 - snowshark (08/08/2013) [-]
True, however you seem to be massively underestimating the ability to keep mums that the SAS have. There are a lot of secrets being kept by them for the sake of their government and the people at large and this would be no different. It is also not like they can't memory-erase anyone involved like Lockheart did. There are a lot of different ways to, within the logic of the universe, justify doming Voldemort with a 50-Cal.

Whllst the segrigation is an interesting aspect it really wasn't given the thorough think-through it needed thus relegating it to being a line in the sand that neither side can cross without any grand, meaningful explanation as to why that is. It is a plot point and a big one that shouldn't be left out. Just a passing line or a newspaper title or something to draw attention to the fact that either they tried this and it failed or there is something big standing in the way of them doing it.
User avatar #71 - organiclead (08/08/2013) [-]
Very true, they could have done a lot better on explain why the line should never be crossed or why they didn't ask for muggle help instead of leaving it to fan speculation.
#44 - The first Harry Potter book ended around 1990, back when only …  [+] (4 new replies) 08/08/2013 on Technology saves lives +1
User avatar #57 - snowshark (08/08/2013) [-]
I'm not saying they don't, what I'm saying is why is this never made clear that there is some kind of wizarding army. It gets to the point where Voldemort has himself a bonafide rebellion and not only do the wizards not roll out a mass of shock-troops at him but the muggles don't either.

It's not like this needs to be kept secret there's almost no attempt on Voldemort's part to keep this under wraps and I find it hard to imagine that the British government is so inconcievably impotent that they don't consider a joint muggle-wizard taskforce to fuck this mother up.
User avatar #67 - organiclead (08/08/2013) [-]
I'm not very fond of "secret world" stories for that reason, but in the Harry Potter universe there is a big emphasis on trying to keep the two worlds separate. Possible because wizards would have a ball enslaving all the muggles, possibly because it would lead to a huge civil war due to the power differences involved, possible because wizards are actually afraid of the muggle world but refuse to outright admit it. This is a pretty key element in the worldbuilding. There are a lot of resources put into keeping the common population from knowing about the wizarding world, more than were being put into trying to prevent another Voldemort from rising. This implies this secret is one that's more important to keep than keeping Hogwarts from falling.

And I could have sworn they kept dementors around to be their army and prison wardens but the dementors turned on them. I can't remember for sure, it's been a long time since I read the books.
User avatar #68 - snowshark (08/08/2013) [-]
True, however you seem to be massively underestimating the ability to keep mums that the SAS have. There are a lot of secrets being kept by them for the sake of their government and the people at large and this would be no different. It is also not like they can't memory-erase anyone involved like Lockheart did. There are a lot of different ways to, within the logic of the universe, justify doming Voldemort with a 50-Cal.

Whllst the segrigation is an interesting aspect it really wasn't given the thorough think-through it needed thus relegating it to being a line in the sand that neither side can cross without any grand, meaningful explanation as to why that is. It is a plot point and a big one that shouldn't be left out. Just a passing line or a newspaper title or something to draw attention to the fact that either they tried this and it failed or there is something big standing in the way of them doing it.
User avatar #71 - organiclead (08/08/2013) [-]
Very true, they could have done a lot better on explain why the line should never be crossed or why they didn't ask for muggle help instead of leaving it to fan speculation.
#21 - In the universe, wizards have no idea how guns work. They migh…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/08/2013 on Technology saves lives +1
User avatar #32 - snowshark (08/08/2013) [-]
I disagree. The whole alienation from the Muggle world thing is pretty fucking stupid when you think about it. Are you honestly telling me that an entire generation of 21st century teenagers simply have no want of a phone, let alone a computer or a television? Guns are a pretty simple concept anyway.

What I was getting at though is an SAS sniper would get that job done pretty damn well without letting national secrets out because that's pretty much what the SAS do. If not him then why weren't wizards employed as troops in Afghanistan or Iraq? Seriously, a covert team of wizarding shock-troops seems like a pretty effective means of warfare, especially if you're killing all the enemies that may end up as witnesses.

Plus, who would believe a witness saying that they were attacked by British Troops using magical powers. Nobody.
#92 - sas (08/11/2013) [-]
yes
User avatar #44 - organiclead (08/08/2013) [-]
The first Harry Potter book ended around 1990, back when only doctors and CEOs carried the bricks known as cellphones and laptops. The next generation might have that problem with muggle born, but the wizarding world itself tends to divorce itself from any technology quickly. That's part of the appeal of the series.

Also, who says wizards aren't employed to fight wizards in Afghanistan or Iraq? People don't see that stuff because canonly most muggles who see a wizard with a wand see a man with a gun.
User avatar #57 - snowshark (08/08/2013) [-]
I'm not saying they don't, what I'm saying is why is this never made clear that there is some kind of wizarding army. It gets to the point where Voldemort has himself a bonafide rebellion and not only do the wizards not roll out a mass of shock-troops at him but the muggles don't either.

It's not like this needs to be kept secret there's almost no attempt on Voldemort's part to keep this under wraps and I find it hard to imagine that the British government is so inconcievably impotent that they don't consider a joint muggle-wizard taskforce to fuck this mother up.
User avatar #67 - organiclead (08/08/2013) [-]
I'm not very fond of "secret world" stories for that reason, but in the Harry Potter universe there is a big emphasis on trying to keep the two worlds separate. Possible because wizards would have a ball enslaving all the muggles, possibly because it would lead to a huge civil war due to the power differences involved, possible because wizards are actually afraid of the muggle world but refuse to outright admit it. This is a pretty key element in the worldbuilding. There are a lot of resources put into keeping the common population from knowing about the wizarding world, more than were being put into trying to prevent another Voldemort from rising. This implies this secret is one that's more important to keep than keeping Hogwarts from falling.

And I could have sworn they kept dementors around to be their army and prison wardens but the dementors turned on them. I can't remember for sure, it's been a long time since I read the books.
User avatar #68 - snowshark (08/08/2013) [-]
True, however you seem to be massively underestimating the ability to keep mums that the SAS have. There are a lot of secrets being kept by them for the sake of their government and the people at large and this would be no different. It is also not like they can't memory-erase anyone involved like Lockheart did. There are a lot of different ways to, within the logic of the universe, justify doming Voldemort with a 50-Cal.

Whllst the segrigation is an interesting aspect it really wasn't given the thorough think-through it needed thus relegating it to being a line in the sand that neither side can cross without any grand, meaningful explanation as to why that is. It is a plot point and a big one that shouldn't be left out. Just a passing line or a newspaper title or something to draw attention to the fact that either they tried this and it failed or there is something big standing in the way of them doing it.
User avatar #71 - organiclead (08/08/2013) [-]
Very true, they could have done a lot better on explain why the line should never be crossed or why they didn't ask for muggle help instead of leaving it to fan speculation.
#20 - I know in the books, they mentioned that a few of the time tha…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/08/2013 on Technology saves lives +2
User avatar #76 - avengingthefallen (08/08/2013) [-]
I know little about Harry Potter admittedly, and I've only really seen the movies so I can't really speak from the standpoint of people who've read the books, but that sounds a lot like the work of the Mist in greek mythology. It's a magic barrier that keeps mortals from correctly seeing things having to do with magical/non-mortal beings. So in a way it could actually do a great deal to cover up most of Voldemort's actions and make it look as though (to muggles) that there are just strange natural phenomena occurring. And of course there's always the Ministry of Magic to cover up whatever the humans are capable of seeing.
#82 - Probably because retro was really hip and in style a few years… 08/08/2013 on The fedora gentleman 0
#79 - Not really, but it's not something you really want to advertiz… 08/08/2013 on The fedora gentleman 0
#24 - Comment deleted 08/07/2013 on Just some quotes -1
#12 - I hear its amazing when the famous purple stuffed worm in flap…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/07/2013 on Objection! +4
#15 - danilawleit (08/07/2013) [-]
KILL IT KILL IT WITH FIRE AND HOLY WATER
#120 - I've always wondered if this applied to women as well. If some… 08/07/2013 on Fedoras 0
#89 - I still think Hedwig's death was the saddest. That was the mom… 08/07/2013 on Harry Potter +2
#26 - It has similar implications to saying "I watch TV". …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/06/2013 on Books +2
#27 - stardustdragonlord (08/06/2013) [-]
Can't beat that logic.
#22 - Depends on the website. No one's ever going to be impressed th…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/06/2013 on Books +1
User avatar #23 - stardustdragonlord (08/06/2013) [-]
But if you just say internet, wouldn't it imply doing something productive, like saying you read used to imply you read nonfiction, or the likes of it?
User avatar #26 - organiclead (08/06/2013) [-]
It has similar implications to saying "I watch TV". You can watch all the educational TV you want, but when you make that kind of vague statement popular culture assumes you're watching people hit their nuts with baseball bats.
#27 - stardustdragonlord (08/06/2013) [-]
Can't beat that logic.
#4 - Everything in the room should either be dead, crippled or herd… 08/06/2013 on Most new players +2
#19 - I agree with you though. It really shouldn't be a stereotype a…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/06/2013 on Books +2
#21 - stardustdragonlord (08/06/2013) [-]
Does this mean it is now impressive to say something like: I spend my life on the internet
User avatar #22 - organiclead (08/06/2013) [-]
Depends on the website. No one's ever going to be impressed that you spend all day on FJ or Facebook.
User avatar #23 - stardustdragonlord (08/06/2013) [-]
But if you just say internet, wouldn't it imply doing something productive, like saying you read used to imply you read nonfiction, or the likes of it?
User avatar #26 - organiclead (08/06/2013) [-]
It has similar implications to saying "I watch TV". You can watch all the educational TV you want, but when you make that kind of vague statement popular culture assumes you're watching people hit their nuts with baseball bats.
#27 - stardustdragonlord (08/06/2013) [-]
Can't beat that logic.
#17 - It's an older assumption from before the internet. The main so…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/06/2013 on Books +13
User avatar #18 - sorrybut (08/06/2013) [-]
I see your point.
User avatar #19 - organiclead (08/06/2013) [-]
I agree with you though. It really shouldn't be a stereotype anymore considering how things have changed. Most people who read books read only sci-fi/fantasy, books confirming their political beliefs and classics.
#21 - stardustdragonlord (08/06/2013) [-]
Does this mean it is now impressive to say something like: I spend my life on the internet
User avatar #22 - organiclead (08/06/2013) [-]
Depends on the website. No one's ever going to be impressed that you spend all day on FJ or Facebook.
User avatar #23 - stardustdragonlord (08/06/2013) [-]
But if you just say internet, wouldn't it imply doing something productive, like saying you read used to imply you read nonfiction, or the likes of it?
User avatar #26 - organiclead (08/06/2013) [-]
It has similar implications to saying "I watch TV". You can watch all the educational TV you want, but when you make that kind of vague statement popular culture assumes you're watching people hit their nuts with baseball bats.
#27 - stardustdragonlord (08/06/2013) [-]
Can't beat that logic.
#35 - Or both should work toward making things better. 08/05/2013 on If you get furious about.... 0
#67 - What this picture doesn't show is them deep frying it, cutting… 08/05/2013 on this guy 0
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User avatar #14 to #13 - organiclead (10/01/2013) [-]
Hello. How's it going?
#15 to #14 - snakefire (10/01/2013) [-]
Im holding together.

Yourself?
User avatar #16 to #15 - organiclead (10/01/2013) [-]
Been better, been worse. Currently job hunting.
User avatar #17 to #16 - snakefire (10/01/2013) [-]
Oh? How's that going?

Looking for anything in particular?
User avatar #18 to #17 - organiclead (10/01/2013) [-]
Looking for anything that will take someone with only a little retail experience. I haven't gotten any calls back yet, but it's only a matter of time before I find something.

Things with you?
User avatar #19 to #18 - snakefire (10/01/2013) [-]
I tried getting a job at a pet store because its the only thing I have experience with.


They didn't hire me because I'm only 16 and have no license, despite running several home businesses myself in the past, such as breeding snakes and other animals, and making terrariums.

But no, lets hire the 19 year old that knows ******** about animals instead just because he can drive.
User avatar #20 to #19 - organiclead (10/01/2013) [-]
That's pretty screwed up. Sorry to hear the owners were dicks, though I guess it's really their loss. Any other pet stores in the area?
#21 to #20 - snakefire (10/01/2013) [-]
The other one I refuse to work at.

Its owned by my old room mates father that abused him and stole directly from him then kicked him out at 16.
They also have ****** quality merchandise.
User avatar #22 to #21 - organiclead (10/01/2013) [-]
That's pretty screwed up. Hope they don't stay in business long.
User avatar #23 to #22 - snakefire (10/01/2013) [-]
The owners on suicide watch so I dont think it will.
User avatar #24 to #23 - organiclead (10/01/2013) [-]
Play anything interesting lately?
#25 to #24 - snakefire (10/01/2013) [-]
I just recently got skullgirls, payday 2, and final fantasy XIV
User avatar #26 to #25 - organiclead (10/01/2013) [-]
I didn't know Final Fantasy XIV was out, though I kind of stopped after XII. Vaan drove me crazy.
User avatar #27 to #26 - snakefire (10/01/2013) [-]
I've never played any FF before. This is my first one.

Ive never played an MMo like this either.
User avatar #28 to #27 - organiclead (10/01/2013) [-]
Looking over the information, I find it kind of funny that they seemed to keep pretty much everything in terms of lore from the old Final Fantasy MMO and just renamed a lot of the races. Though the actual leveling system looks completely new. Curse my lack of time to dedicate to a new MMO!
User avatar #29 to #28 - snakefire (10/01/2013) [-]
Sorry to hear about your time issues.
User avatar #5 - snakefire (06/30/2013) [-]
Hello..
User avatar #6 to #5 - organiclead (06/30/2013) [-]
Hello, sorry for the wait, been a bit busy this weekend.
User avatar #7 to #6 - snakefire (06/30/2013) [-]
I understand, I don't need immediate replies X3

How are you?
User avatar #8 to #7 - organiclead (07/01/2013) [-]
Doing good, been a bit distracted recently by life
User avatar #9 to #8 - snakefire (07/02/2013) [-]
Yeah.. as of today my dad fired me and called me useless...

So I'm not very happy anymore...
User avatar #1 - drdonothing (04/05/2013) [-]
Aggi?
User avatar #2 to #1 - organiclead (04/05/2013) [-]
Think you have the wrong person.
User avatar #3 to #2 - drdonothing (04/05/2013) [-]
Ah sorry, you just have the same picture and game preferences.
User avatar #4 to #3 - organiclead (04/05/2013) [-]
No worries, common mistake. :)
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