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#76 - And here we have a typical Michigan road. 10/18/2014 on Loop 0
#13 - Mario Kart, where if you are in first place, you're not winnin…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/25/2014 on Some Days +3
User avatar #20 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
I enjoyed the DS version where you got to see what items everyone behind you has. In grade 9 when I was playing against another person, he ended up getting hit by blue shells like 15 times, as whenever I saw one of the computes in the back get a blue and shoot it (when it disappeared from their icon) I just hit the brakes and let him pass. I have no idea how he never made the correlation between me stopping and him getting obliterated.
User avatar #30 - ragingbrony (09/25/2014) [-]
You could dodge them in the DS version with the powerslide boosts, So I would just do that.
User avatar #26 - caffeinecommissar (09/25/2014) [-]
But doesn't the blue shell target the person who is in the lead at the moment it is fired?
User avatar #29 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
I dunno, may have worked a little bit differently in the first DS version.

Also possible that I'm remembering incorrectly and I actually hit the brakes immediately upon seeing the icon pop up.
User avatar #31 - caffeinecommissar (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah or I'm confusing it with another version.

Either way, I don't think it is worth fighting over, so I'll keep your trick in mind next time I feel like playing Mario Kart.
#331 - Thanks for the explanation. It fit what I expected, incl… 09/25/2014 on Gamergate website list 0
#86 - Is there any pictures of the Bard without the text? 09/25/2014 on Classes 0
#307 - Seems like as good as time as any to ask this, what is Rooster…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/25/2014 on Gamergate website list 0
#329 - cookiedude (09/25/2014) [-]
They talked about it for a while a week or two ago on The Patch.

They saw both sides of the argument and took a noncommittal view. They agreed that female gamers are just as important as male gamers, and do deserve a voice on the topic.
They also mentioned that because games are art, people should expect artistic criticism on games. "Anything that has 300 artists that work on it, is definitely art."

They wisely didn't get into talking about SJWs; either because they don't care, or they don't want to get into a massive clusterfuck. On that front, certain new people that work for RoosterTeeth could have a viewpoint that the RT community at large won't agree on. *ahem* Meg

User avatar #355 - pajamashark (09/25/2014) [-]
Honestly, it's relieving to see that Rooster Teeth isn't taking part in this and instead are just going about their usual business.
#360 - cookiedude (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah, could you imagine if they took a stance either way?

Either way the "fight" would be over within a week. They have a lot of say with their community.
User avatar #363 - pajamashark (09/25/2014) [-]
Oh yeah, definitely. Whatever side RT backed would quickly become the most "credible" of the two. That, or the RT fanbase would be divided right in two, and the community would never be the same.
#370 - cookiedude (09/25/2014) [-]
I don't like thinking about the second option...

The last few months on the internet have just been a real downer.
User avatar #331 - tsurugi (09/25/2014) [-]
Thanks for the explanation. It fit what I expected, including the whole meg thing
#141 - There is a fine line between racial humor and racist humor. Yo… 09/24/2014 on So true 0
#947 - Pokemon and Smash Bros....so Smash Bros. 09/23/2014 on ? 0
#54 - Not every black person is like this. Most of the comments are …  [+] (15 new replies) 09/05/2014 on This is why world hates... -2
User avatar #65 - syrenthra (09/05/2014) [-]
notice the title, it doesn't say this is why the world hates black people. 2 different groups, a black person is a normal functioning person in society who just happens to have black skin, a nigger (which can apply to white people too) is basically anyone who is the garbage of a society and does no good for it.
User avatar #471 - mydreams (09/06/2014) [-]
*Black skin*
User avatar #62 - sanjix (09/05/2014) [-]
you are right, but the problem is, that it is statistically proven, that violent crime (at least in america) is committed more by black people than any other race. i do my best to treat everyone equally, and to not discriminate, but it's hard to when when you go to high school, and out of say four hundred black kids, only about three weren't constantly exhibiting behavioral issues. i know that a somewhat personal experience can't accurately display the entire demographic. but you can't blame someone for being weary of a specific group of people, when almost every encounter they have ever had with people of that group has been hostel.
User avatar #435 - amuter (09/06/2014) [-]
From experience I've only got a single case of violent threats from a black person here in Norway when I was younger, he was like one kid among a bunch of other white kids.

I dare say that in america it's the black SOCIETY that is the problem and it's not their race that makes them like that. In Norway they are mixed in with the same society so the blacks and whites are kind of the same here. I have to say that the stuff I know about the american societies there are really shit. Correct me if I'm wrong though, I've never actually been to america.
#390 - nigeltheoutlaw (09/06/2014) [-]
It's also statistically proven that police arrest blacks more and the justice system indicts, convicts, and more harshly sentences black people too, but nobody ever mentions that because it doesn't match their racist narrative. Oh, you left that out, huh? I guess statistics are only useful when they agree with your worldview.
User avatar #591 - sanjix (09/06/2014) [-]
if you would read past the first post made in a much longer conversation, you wouldn't being saying this.
User avatar #311 - sonicrainbooooooom (09/06/2014) [-]
Australians don't have the problem with black people, but we've got bogans and Arabs, and they can be just as bad.
User avatar #100 - iridium (09/06/2014) [-]
True, black people are grossly overrepresented in prisons and do commit more crimes on average.

But you do have to consider: is it entirely that they commit more crimes, or that they get caught for more of them? You have to weigh the statistics along with other information. Cops are often more focused on black people, the types of crimes committed for people are different, and they're also the bigger focus of media, and if I recall correctly they also tend to receive harsher legal sentences, leading to bigger representation in prisons.

It's really a socioeconomic thing. The wealthier races tend to have lower crimerates. I believe Indians+Asians Yes I know Indians are from Asia are significantly underrepresented, and they make higher average incomes than whites, not to mention a lot more of them are more modern immigrants who could afford to come here legally. Likewise, black people tend to not only grow up in poorer neighborhoods, but they also affirmative action aside tend to receive less opportunities than other races. It's not uncommon for places to turn black people away, even if they meet the same qualifications as their competitor, for major jobs.

Point being there's a lot of factors to consider with race.
User avatar #103 - sanjix (09/06/2014) [-]
but there is a reason that cops focus on black people more. the sad fact of the matter is, that every stereotype is based in truth. people don't just randomly vreate stereotypes and assertions about entire races with no instances of it. things like black people like chicken and watermelon, and so on and so forth, are all based somewhat in fact, then generalized throughout the race. cop focus on black because they commit more and worse crime, and thus are caught more and more harshly punished, it's a viscious cycle which is wrong, but is based in truth.
User avatar #105 - iridium (09/06/2014) [-]
Like I said though, they get caught more often because of it. How many more white people actually get away with crimes that we don't know about because of the predispositions? Just something to consider as a factor.
User avatar #106 - sanjix (09/06/2014) [-]
that's why i said it's wrong.
User avatar #132 - iridium (09/06/2014) [-]
Sorry I missed the last line.
#60 - coldsockz (09/05/2014) [-]
"Not every black person is like this"
yah don't say

I have some black friends
& statistically black people are trouble
no racist, but facts are like, facts man
#348 - xxxsonic fanxxx (09/06/2014) [-]
wrong, but not just wrong, racist. facts man.
User avatar #507 - coldsockz (09/06/2014) [-]
ur dumb
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