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Gender: male
Age: 21
Youtube Channel: robotcomander4001
Steam Profile: rebornbluehaze
Consoles Owned: Xbox, PC, PS3
Video Games Played: RPG, Minecraft, A lot of others
X-box Gamertag: RebornBlueHaze
Interests: Fantasy stuffs, Sci-fi, Anime & Manga, Books, Writing some, Electronics, History, Philosophy, Psycholoy
Date Signed Up:2/05/2011
Last Login:5/25/2016
Location:Georgia USA
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#60 - **robotcomander used "*roll picture*"** **robotcomander rol… 03/30/2016 on Waiting for Dark Souls III... 0
#56 - This is a serious question and not a troll or anything, but wh…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/30/2016 on Waiting for Dark Souls III... 0
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#57 - YllekNayr (03/30/2016) [-]
I have far more experience with mouse/keyboard than controllers.
I've played games with controllers, like Skyrim.
I enjoyed it, but the control was always awkward. I can never aim the camera with the kind of accuracy I want. Using a bow would have been impossible for me.
#60 - robotcomander (03/30/2016) [-]
**robotcomander used "*roll picture*"**
**robotcomander rolled image**Ah. I expected so, but just wanted to know the other side of the spectrum. I like controllers, but I do agree with you that they are not very accurate with camera movements and aiming. I don't see why they don't move like a mouse to begin with. It would just be a different perspective kind of, but I'm not paid for those kinds of ideas.
pic related this time.
#631 - Devil Killer, The Destroyer of Hope. I feel like a walking con… 03/17/2016 on Go ahead, add on comments 0
#53 - Picture 01/19/2016 on Thank Mr. Skeltal +6
#199 - you should try watching Bokurano then. It's even more ******. … 12/07/2015 on WAKE UP JAPAN 0
#22 - This show is so ******* underrated. Best Satire in a long time… 11/12/2015 on Fukin Brutal +1
#298 - Nah, I got friends that work in other warehouses, I got it ***… 10/14/2015 on Old Economy Steve 0
#186 - I get what you're saying and I'm not basing my future on this …  [+] (2 new replies) 10/13/2015 on Old Economy Steve 0
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#207 - elcreepo (10/13/2015) [-]
I don't intend to buy two houses, just one large one. Once I can afford it, I'll do my best to buy when the market is hitting a lower point.

The risk is much higher, or at least it is in the warehouses up north, of getting injured. You're doing heavy lifting day in and day out- it comes with the territory.

A risk of life is that you might trip and smash your head into a door and die because you bled out.

Very different from a job where chances are high that if you make a mistake you will be injured.

My point being, you don't much have it easier than the rest of us, AND you're working extremely hard just to make a bit more money. So old people's remarks that we are lazy and have it easy are simply just wrong, considering nearly everyone has a job by 20 and the higher paying jobs are the ones that come with more risk, and shit's far more expensive than it was, to the point where raising minimum wage won't help anything.
#298 - robotcomander (10/14/2015) [-]
Nah, I got friends that work in other warehouses, I got it fucking made due to circumstances of the warehouse I work in. It's a storage warehouse with little shipping all week. I barely handle boxes unless a pallet needs restacking, but other than that I never even sweat.

And I see what you are trying to argue, and I agree but that isn't what I was trying to say. But really compared to others around me with the same type of job, I can't complain at having the easiest job that isn't my career goal.
#180 - I'm in the middle of Georgia, U.S.A. and no, it's just warehou…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/13/2015 on Old Economy Steve +1
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#182 - elcreepo (10/13/2015) [-]
Warehouse jobs are nice and all but you burn out fast in them unless you become a manager and even then

Which is why they're higher paying.

I wouldn't base my whole future off of working in a warehouse knowing that by 45 I'm probably gonna be unable to work there.

You don't have it easy compared to a person who got his job in the Clinton economy. They didn't need more than 2 years of college. College was FAR more cheap. The jobs they took nowadays you need at least a bachelor's degree in and aren't menial labor. Finally, there's no risk of them hurting themselves for life with no degree in their jobs.

One slip, one trip, hell just lift something wrong or one too many times I worked replenishment for a good year before being moved up to sales floor. Our manager had worked there 6 years, and her elbows were completely fucked sometimes due to the amount of heavy lifting and you could suddenly find yourself without a means of income, and no completed degree. THAT'S not easy to contend with.
#186 - robotcomander (10/13/2015) [-]
I get what you're saying and I'm not basing my future on this one job, that's why I have started college, this job will definitely last me the years I need for school, and I have a very good change of getting higher up real quick like, and them from there, I don't know, keep going I suppose. But I want to buy a house soon because I have been advised that the earlier you own a home, the better off you can be. My uncle did the same and he has two houses and the one he bought first he has it paid off and renting it out to pay his bills for the other house. which is what I plan on doing.

That last point is just a risk of life, i can't not move forward because of everyday life and everyone has always had that.
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#207 - elcreepo (10/13/2015) [-]
I don't intend to buy two houses, just one large one. Once I can afford it, I'll do my best to buy when the market is hitting a lower point.

The risk is much higher, or at least it is in the warehouses up north, of getting injured. You're doing heavy lifting day in and day out- it comes with the territory.

A risk of life is that you might trip and smash your head into a door and die because you bled out.

Very different from a job where chances are high that if you make a mistake you will be injured.

My point being, you don't much have it easier than the rest of us, AND you're working extremely hard just to make a bit more money. So old people's remarks that we are lazy and have it easy are simply just wrong, considering nearly everyone has a job by 20 and the higher paying jobs are the ones that come with more risk, and shit's far more expensive than it was, to the point where raising minimum wage won't help anything.
#298 - robotcomander (10/14/2015) [-]
Nah, I got friends that work in other warehouses, I got it fucking made due to circumstances of the warehouse I work in. It's a storage warehouse with little shipping all week. I barely handle boxes unless a pallet needs restacking, but other than that I never even sweat.

And I see what you are trying to argue, and I agree but that isn't what I was trying to say. But really compared to others around me with the same type of job, I can't complain at having the easiest job that isn't my career goal.
#178 - I'm 20, have a job that doesn't require a degree, and the only…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/13/2015 on Old Economy Steve +3
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#179 - elcreepo (10/13/2015) [-]
What country are you living in

Or do you have some kind of vocation like a chef's skills that prevent you from getting stuck in a dead end job

I should have gone for a vocational skill. Less debt. Plenty of jobs.

But I'm clumsy and woodshop was a disaster for me, I hate cars, I would never in my life be able to cut hair properly, and I never had the ambition to become a chef.
#258 - anon (10/14/2015) [-]
like being a chef would not be a dead end job.
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#302 - elcreepo (10/14/2015) [-]
Being a chef isn't a dead end job if you do very well at it, and it pays decent, nigger.
#180 - robotcomander (10/13/2015) [-]
I'm in the middle of Georgia, U.S.A. and no, it's just warehouse work. Granted I am in college but I just started a few weeks ago and have had this job longer.
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#182 - elcreepo (10/13/2015) [-]
Warehouse jobs are nice and all but you burn out fast in them unless you become a manager and even then

Which is why they're higher paying.

I wouldn't base my whole future off of working in a warehouse knowing that by 45 I'm probably gonna be unable to work there.

You don't have it easy compared to a person who got his job in the Clinton economy. They didn't need more than 2 years of college. College was FAR more cheap. The jobs they took nowadays you need at least a bachelor's degree in and aren't menial labor. Finally, there's no risk of them hurting themselves for life with no degree in their jobs.

One slip, one trip, hell just lift something wrong or one too many times I worked replenishment for a good year before being moved up to sales floor. Our manager had worked there 6 years, and her elbows were completely fucked sometimes due to the amount of heavy lifting and you could suddenly find yourself without a means of income, and no completed degree. THAT'S not easy to contend with.
#186 - robotcomander (10/13/2015) [-]
I get what you're saying and I'm not basing my future on this one job, that's why I have started college, this job will definitely last me the years I need for school, and I have a very good change of getting higher up real quick like, and them from there, I don't know, keep going I suppose. But I want to buy a house soon because I have been advised that the earlier you own a home, the better off you can be. My uncle did the same and he has two houses and the one he bought first he has it paid off and renting it out to pay his bills for the other house. which is what I plan on doing.

That last point is just a risk of life, i can't not move forward because of everyday life and everyone has always had that.
User avatar
#207 - elcreepo (10/13/2015) [-]
I don't intend to buy two houses, just one large one. Once I can afford it, I'll do my best to buy when the market is hitting a lower point.

The risk is much higher, or at least it is in the warehouses up north, of getting injured. You're doing heavy lifting day in and day out- it comes with the territory.

A risk of life is that you might trip and smash your head into a door and die because you bled out.

Very different from a job where chances are high that if you make a mistake you will be injured.

My point being, you don't much have it easier than the rest of us, AND you're working extremely hard just to make a bit more money. So old people's remarks that we are lazy and have it easy are simply just wrong, considering nearly everyone has a job by 20 and the higher paying jobs are the ones that come with more risk, and shit's far more expensive than it was, to the point where raising minimum wage won't help anything.
#298 - robotcomander (10/14/2015) [-]
Nah, I got friends that work in other warehouses, I got it fucking made due to circumstances of the warehouse I work in. It's a storage warehouse with little shipping all week. I barely handle boxes unless a pallet needs restacking, but other than that I never even sweat.

And I see what you are trying to argue, and I agree but that isn't what I was trying to say. But really compared to others around me with the same type of job, I can't complain at having the easiest job that isn't my career goal.
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#15 - biohazar (08/05/2013) [-]
So i remember , you like evangelion right?
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hope you like
#16 to #15 - robotcomander (08/05/2013) [-]
thanks! Looks great. now i have and even bigger collection
#4 - HeavenlyDirt (04/21/2012) [-]
Watched NGE, it was pretty great and I'm going to do the rest.
#6 to #4 - robotcomander (04/22/2012) [-]
and thanks for the new pick of Unit 01
#5 to #4 - robotcomander (04/22/2012) [-]
did i tell you about Retake?
#7 to #5 - HeavenlyDirt (04/30/2012) [-]
No you did not, by the way I watched EoE, I enjoyed, found out its hidden meanings and messages, but it still raped my head and it took two whole days to get over the that ******** , my whole ******* mind felt violated.
#8 to #7 - robotcomander (04/30/2012) [-]
then you need to read this ( http://myanimelist.net/clubs.php?cid=19580 ). It is the best i have ever read and it takes place just after EoE. Mega feels throughout. The order goes 1, 2, 3, 0, 4, and after. It does have sex scenes, so if you don't like those there is an all ages edition but i can't find it.
#9 to #8 - HeavenlyDirt (05/01/2012) [-]
Thanks, I'm ok with sex scenes becasue after the scene where shinki rubs one off to a comatose girl I'm pretty much prepared for anything.
#10 to #9 - HeavenlyDirt (05/01/2012) [-]
*shinji* by the way it was a sad scene where it was meant to show that he had some pent up aggression and was confused, but I still laughed my arse off.
#2 - SlicerFlux (09/20/2011) [-]
I think it has something to do with my little pony, but not sure
#3 to #2 - robotcomander (09/20/2011) [-]
Oh, ok. that makes sense, but now i dont want to know
#1 - SlicerFlux (09/20/2011) [-]
Season 1 > gay porn < Season 3 :S