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viscerys

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Gender: male
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Video Games Played: Halo, Battlefield, Skyrim, Oblivion, Dragon Age, Mass Effect, Metro 2033, S.T.A.L.K.E.R Call of Pripyat
Date Signed Up:9/18/2012
Last Login:7/15/2015
Location:Yer mam
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Times Content Favorited:163 times
Total Comments Made:5392
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#234 - That's pretty ******* brutal... 04/27/2015 on Cringe #37 - Failures on... +1
#460 - Where I live, people who can afford it get private healthcare.… 04/27/2015 on murica +2
#40 - Picture 04/26/2015 on Cats are stubborn +3
#85 - The title for this video on YouTube is so ******* misle…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/26/2015 on Harrison Ford and David Blaine 0
User avatar #87 - thelastamerican (04/26/2015) [-]
Oh come on. Harrison Ford is too cool of a guy to do that.
#15 - We knead to go deeper.  [+] (1 new reply) 04/25/2015 on Shots fired +2
#18 - ihasbrainworms (04/25/2015) [-]
#152 - Just so long as we have free mods. 04/25/2015 on Funnyjunk DLC / Paid MODs 0
#17 - Picture 04/25/2015 on Dammit grandma +2
#260 - Steam has fallen to **** in the last couple of years. E… 04/25/2015 on To GOG I go. 0
#169 - You writhe in our pain and suffering? That's the wrong word to… 04/25/2015 on The modders answer +1
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#368 - Have you ever seen a mod and gone "hey, that looks pretty… 04/25/2015 on Just 1.99 for this mod 0
#292 - Well 'scuse me for trying to have a laugh in this decrepit … 04/25/2015 on COPS +1
#290 - Bruv. You clearly don't know **** . I don't know ***… 04/25/2015 on COPS 0
#288 - yfw greenimp  [+] (2 new replies) 04/25/2015 on COPS +2
#291 - anon (04/25/2015) [-]
An internet personality.

What ever shall we do.
#292 - viscerys (04/25/2015) [-]
Well 'scuse me for trying to have a laugh in this decrepit shithole of a life.
#104 - Doot doot doot da doot ! doot da doot da doot . 04/24/2015 on Found a Vertibird at work 0
#65 - In that case, do NOT read the comments. 04/24/2015 on I would recommend reading... +2
#132 - I'm okay with this. 04/23/2015 on This is our future 0
#154 - I forgot the spawn... 04/23/2015 on New characters 0
#149 - But two of them have spiky hair...  [+] (2 new replies) 04/23/2015 on New characters 0
User avatar #153 - fuzzyballs (04/23/2015) [-]
I count three
#154 - viscerys (04/23/2015) [-]
I forgot the spawn...
#125 - Rome is mad fascinating. I wrote my History Project on the col…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/22/2015 on I came, I saw, I came +1
#130 - gerfox (04/23/2015) [-]
I'm also really fascinated by Rome, and especially the republic. Especially the early republic when the Senate actually was a functioning political institution. I had a subject last semester on the rise and fall of the Roman Empire. Wrote a 3000 word essay on the republic up until 100 BC. And my favorite historical character is Scipio Africanus
#135 - ************ you know what I meant. 04/22/2015 on Huge fact comp #2 +1
#107 - Ahhh, I see. Cool.  [+] (4 new replies) 04/22/2015 on I came, I saw, I came 0
#118 - gerfox (04/22/2015) [-]
Also, the Romans used the title "Caesar" for the Emperors as they were Julius Caesars successors, but for him it was just his name. This lingers today in some languages were they use similar-sounding words to "caesar" for emperor German = Kaiser for instance
#126 - brassydolphin (04/22/2015) [-]
Also russian ''Tsar'' derives from Caesar
Many others, naturally.
Now that we're on the subject of roman etymology, the word Emperor stems from the military title of Imperator. Gaius Julius Caesar, for example was Imperator of the Northern legions. Imperare meaning ''To command''
User avatar #125 - viscerys (04/22/2015) [-]
Rome is mad fascinating. I wrote my History Project on the collapse of the Republic.
#130 - gerfox (04/23/2015) [-]
I'm also really fascinated by Rome, and especially the republic. Especially the early republic when the Senate actually was a functioning political institution. I had a subject last semester on the rise and fall of the Roman Empire. Wrote a 3000 word essay on the republic up until 100 BC. And my favorite historical character is Scipio Africanus
#105 - He was in college by age 11. He sure as **** knew a lot…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/22/2015 on Huge fact comp #2 +3
#115 - anon (04/22/2015) [-]
Sign your child up for a remedial/entry level course at a community college.
Congratulations, your child is now attending college. Add a good instructor and attention span and they might even be successful.
#135 - viscerys (04/22/2015) [-]
Motherfucker you know what I meant.
#92 - Was it not Octavius who he adopted?  [+] (6 new replies) 04/22/2015 on I came, I saw, I came 0
#96 - iwantattention (04/22/2015) [-]
The senate gave Octavius the name and title Augustus. The title is part of the belief that the emperors were deities.
User avatar #107 - viscerys (04/22/2015) [-]
Ahhh, I see. Cool.
#118 - gerfox (04/22/2015) [-]
Also, the Romans used the title "Caesar" for the Emperors as they were Julius Caesars successors, but for him it was just his name. This lingers today in some languages were they use similar-sounding words to "caesar" for emperor German = Kaiser for instance
#126 - brassydolphin (04/22/2015) [-]
Also russian ''Tsar'' derives from Caesar
Many others, naturally.
Now that we're on the subject of roman etymology, the word Emperor stems from the military title of Imperator. Gaius Julius Caesar, for example was Imperator of the Northern legions. Imperare meaning ''To command''
User avatar #125 - viscerys (04/22/2015) [-]
Rome is mad fascinating. I wrote my History Project on the collapse of the Republic.
#130 - gerfox (04/23/2015) [-]
I'm also really fascinated by Rome, and especially the republic. Especially the early republic when the Senate actually was a functioning political institution. I had a subject last semester on the rise and fall of the Roman Empire. Wrote a 3000 word essay on the republic up until 100 BC. And my favorite historical character is Scipio Africanus
#127 - B-But why...  [+] (1 new reply) 04/22/2015 on Some amazing things part 2 +2
User avatar #139 - toncheky (04/22/2015) [-]
>>#138,

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