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Posted on: Nov 13 2004, 10:39 AM





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QUOTE (Blocks @ Nov 13 2004, 09:44 AM)
Lit, I'd respond to each of your comments one at a time, but from what you've already said I can see that you miss alot and I really couldn't give two shit about your opinion anyways.... sorry.

BTW, your personal attacks would probably be better handled through emails but do what you like.

Blocks, honestly i mean no personal attacks. I firmly believe that if you don't want to worry about cheaters and worry about spectating then you shouldn't be an admin of a public server, especially in this case where the public server is a demo server with no cheat protection whatsoever except for those that admin it.
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Posted on: Nov 13 2004, 07:52 AM





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QUOTE (Blocks @ Nov 12 2004, 10:52 PM)
QUOTE (|FtP|Lit @ Nov 12 2004, 07:14 PM)
The thing that is worse than both of these is when you have an admin playing in the game and he doesn't do shit about the people that are obviously botting.  Just sticks his head in the sand like nothing is happening.  Now that really ruins the game.  It forces people to either boost the botter off the map or leave.  Saying that boosting to botter off ruins the game is just funny, isn't the game already ruined if you have a botter in there?

I know that is in reference to me... and if you really think that is worse than cheating and accusing you really are an idiot! People like you are the reason I quit admining... I spent more damn time spectating than playing..... now why the hell would I want to do that?

Blocks, the problem is if you are an admin and know someone is cheating on your server and you do nothing about it, then you are condoning the cheating. Now where would we be if admins did nothing about catching cheaters and banning them? I guarantee there would be tons more botters out there. If all you do is stick your head in the sand and pretend its not happening, then you are condoning it either. I, for one, am glad you gave up admin because you couldn't take the responsibility of keeping cheaters off. That is not a cut on you, like you said, why would you want to spectate and help keep cheaters off when all you want to do is play. It makes no sense for you to be an admin given your attitude. Explain to me how boosting a botter off the map is ruining the game? Like I said, isn't the game already ruined if someone is obviously botting. And I don't mean the kind of person that might be botting, I mean the kind of person that sits with his ELF bot on killing and killing. In my experience, when the admin does nothing about this and people start boosting him off, he usually leaves out of frustration because he can't use his bot. You can blame giving up admin on "people like me", but it seems the real reason is you don't want to worry about cheaters and let them play as they will and like you said "stick your head in the sand."
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Posted on: Nov 12 2004, 07:14 PM





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The thing that is worse than both of these is when you have an admin playing in the game and he doesn't do shit about the people that are obviously botting. Just sticks his head in the sand like nothing is happening. Now that really ruins the game. It forces people to either boost the botter off the map or leave. Saying that boosting to botter off ruins the game is just funny, isn't the game already ruined if you have a botter in there?
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Posted on: Nov 5 2004, 08:06 PM





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QUOTE (Spin @ Nov 5 2004, 07:45 PM)
As far as intelligence goes, how intelligent is it to over simplify and dismiss an idea because you happen to think differently. And that is not implying my post is any more intelligent.

Probably the best statement I have read in this entire thread. biggrin.gif
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Posted on: Nov 5 2004, 08:04 PM





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QUOTE (Lith @ Nov 5 2004, 05:35 PM)
QUOTE (|FtP|Lit @ Nov 5 2004, 09:29 AM)
QUOTE (Lith @ Nov 5 2004, 05:11 AM)
I just wonder how many of these religious fanatics partake in anal sex, or oral sex... both of which the bible condemns.  Or how many smoke cigarettes or drink to excess...

Watch a little too much TV. (sloth)

Watch the neighbors wife while she washes her car in a bikini.

See that new boat your buddy bought and go out and get a better one just so you can feel better.  (greed)

Don't pay 15% tithes

I bet none of the religious fanatics avoid all of these things, but they still feel it is there right to let their beliefs govern our society.   In all reality, the US is ruled by a very small very loud minority.  Weird, and scary.

Just because someone votes based on religious beliefs doesn't mean they are saying they are perfect. Of course everyone sins or makes mistakes. That is the whole basis of Jesus Christ. Last time I checked, no one claimed to be perfect. So are you saying that if someone sins then all our beliefs should just go out the window and we should abandon all our beliefs?

Tell me whats wrong with basing your views (or vote) on what you believe to be the truth? Don't you do the same?

And last time I checked, about 2 days ago, the US is now being ruled by someone that got the MAJORITY vote, and now you, yes you, find yourself in the minority.

You have every right to vote based on your religious beliefs... but I find it ironic and hypocritical to see someone say they are a devoted christian and continue to drink themself into a stupor every weekend. And then say that they are against gay marriage because the bible says it's wrong... WTF, if someone is going to vote based on the teachings of the bible, then at least try to not be a total hypocrite while doing it. It's one thing to sin occasionally, but to repeatedly commit the same sin over and over and thinking it is ok is just stupid. Christianity isn't about doing whatever you please and then saying 10 hail mary's, it's about trying to walk the path that God has set for you, I doubt butt fucking your girlfriend was in his plans.

And no, the religious fanatics aren't the majority, they are just lumped in with the rest of the normal conservatives. MAYBE christians in general are a majority, but certainly not fanatical christians.

I can agree with you there. But I think the people you are talking about are not the majority of Christians. I think the majority of Christians are good God-fearing people that try to do whats right in spite of their short comings. For those that molest little kids then preach on Sunday to the congregation I say Burn In Hell!

You are right, religious fanatics are not the majority, but Christian religious people are the majority.

BTW, sodomy is condemned in the Bible....whether it be man or woman ohmy.gif
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Posted on: Nov 5 2004, 01:34 PM





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I agree mostly with what you have to say usurp. But with regards to your gay marriage argument, tell me where you draw the line? By the same argument you use, we could legalize murder, drugs, or any other thing that someone sees fit that they should have the choice to do that the law currently prohibits. Somewhere the law has to be drawn on what government controls and what it doesn't. Each person has a different idea of where that line is to be drawn. Traditionally this is the biggest challenge in a democracy....what freedoms are we willing to give up to our goverment in return for "safety." The left generally prefers more freedom while the right prefers more safety. Now in answer to why Christians don't like the idea of gay marriage, it is their belief that it will lead to the moral decay of society and moral decay of the family. Both of which are fundamental principles in Christianity (that is high morale society with structured family lives). I am not saying I agree or disagree with this or that this is right or wrong. It is not for me to judge. But just like Christians believe murder is wrong, so they do believe homosexuality is wrong (no I am not saying homosexuality is as bad as murder, just simply stating it goes against core beliefs). If we are to say that gay couples can marry, then we are saying homosexuality is "OK" and this is a direct contradiction to the morals upon which Christianity is based and what the Bible teaches. In the end, you made one excellent point, and that is that there is no way there will ever be a true seperation of Church and State. Since we are a Christian nation, much of how we run our nation will be based on our core beliefs as the majority or this country are Christians. The question then becomes, like I said above, where do we draw the line.
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Posted on: Nov 5 2004, 09:29 AM





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QUOTE (Lith @ Nov 5 2004, 05:11 AM)
I just wonder how many of these religious fanatics partake in anal sex, or oral sex... both of which the bible condemns.  Or how many smoke cigarettes or drink to excess...

Watch a little too much TV. (sloth)

Watch the neighbors wife while she washes her car in a bikini.

See that new boat your buddy bought and go out and get a better one just so you can feel better.  (greed)

Don't pay 15% tithes

I bet none of the religious fanatics avoid all of these things, but they still feel it is there right to let their beliefs govern our society.  In all reality, the US is ruled by a very small very loud minority.  Weird, and scary.

Just because someone votes based on religious beliefs doesn't mean they are saying they are perfect. Of course everyone sins or makes mistakes. That is the whole basis of Jesus Christ. Last time I checked, no one claimed to be perfect. So are you saying that if someone sins then all our beliefs should just go out the window and we should abandon all our beliefs?

Tell me whats wrong with basing your views (or vote) on what you believe to be the truth? Don't you do the same?

And last time I checked, about 2 days ago, the US is now being ruled by someone that got the MAJORITY vote, and now you, yes you, find yourself in the minority.
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Posted on: Nov 4 2004, 09:24 AM





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QUOTE (1$ikbITCH @ Nov 4 2004, 08:37 AM)
"You also should conclude that there are still a lot of people that believe in God and the morales of Christianity. "

That's why they support the War Monger! KILL THE MUSLIMS!!!

We all know the religious fanatics have hijacked the GOP for their own crusade, much in the same way that Al Qaida hijacked airplanes for it's own crusade.

The religious vote didn't come out strongly against Clinton or Gore. Kerry hasn't been shown to be a satanist either, so why now? What's different? Muslim terrorists dominate the news now, that's what is different. That brings the Christians out in droves. Dark Ages, here we come.


Well, like I said, there is more to this than the war. I speak specifically about gay marriage and abortion. Many of the higher ups in the Catholic church have said Kerry should be excommunicated because of his views on abortion and gay marriage. I think this is where the Christianity comes into play and not the war.
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Posted on: Nov 4 2004, 07:38 AM





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QUOTE (1$ikbITCH @ Nov 3 2004, 07:45 PM)
Actually, 120 million people turned out, which they believe is the most voters in history. It was also the most who voted for the President in history, as well as the most who voted against the President in history. The margin of victory was 3.5 million. Not exactly Clinton numbers (Clinton won by 8 million popular votes and had 379 EC votes), or Reagan, who took a stunning 585 Electoral College votes.

To answer the last question, the highest percentage of registered voters to ever vote was 66% in 1960 for Kennedy vs Nixon. This election brought 60%.

Even though Clinton won by 8 million popular votes, it still wasn't the majority as Perot took 8% of the votes. Bush is, in fact, the first to win majority vote since Reagan.
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Posted on: Nov 4 2004, 07:30 AM





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,Nov 3 2004, 06:44 PM] So from this little fact, should we conclude Americans likes presidents that lies to them, send their troops to get killed in a useless war(s) (probably more to come) so he and his friends can profit from the aftermath ? blink.gif

This gives me an idea for a new poll...

You should conclude that the majority rules and there is more to the President that what you believe the war is about. You also should conclude that there are still a lot of people that believe in God and the morales of Christianity. Take a look at the number of Catholics and Protestants that voted for Bush as compared to Kerry. Now there is an interesting look at the statistics. You need to realize there are far more issues on the table than just the war.
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Posted on: Nov 4 2004, 07:23 AM





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If the electoral college was abolished, our president would be decided by California and New York. For obivous reasons, the electoral college will stay in tact. It is, in fact, the electoral college that DOES make everyones vote count....except for maybe in utah.
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Posted on: Sep 15 2004, 12:06 PM





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QUOTE (NightStalker @ Sep 14 2004, 03:45 PM)
Not to rain on the parade, BUT...

If it's truely fiber to the house (which I doubt it would be), do you have any idea how expensive that can be? Fiber jumpers aren't cheap. Let alone they would need a laser to inject and receive (those aren't that cheap either).

Given they don't have plant throughout the country, they would have to overbuild (again very expensive as they will have to pay to rip up all the streets, etc).

While I do agree that fiber to the house WILL be the way of the future, an overbuilder will about go bankrupt and it would take years to recoup the cost (like 30+). Laying fiber, specifically directly to each and every house is NOT cheap by any means. IMHO, it will be either the phone, cable, or electric company that already has plant laid that will get fiber to the house first. Actually, we even run direct fiber runs to business. I know of a business that bought a 50Mb synch. fiber conn from us. Plus they do QoS on those type of connections. We were pulling off our FTP server at like 45Mb/s which is about right given IP overhead.

Its actually closer than you think in a lot of places. Where I live, Comcast has run fiber to every third house in all the neighborhoods. There is no need (yet) for a fiber line directly into the house as the standard cable can handle a ton of bandwidth.
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Posted on: Sep 13 2004, 03:01 PM





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Ask blocks, he will tell you that Doom3 requires all sorts of courage unsure.gif wink.gif
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Posted on: Sep 13 2004, 02:46 PM





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You guys must have read over my post in the other thread. Ob1 was a member of a clan I ran about a year back (LGi clan [E]). He was caught cheating on several occasions and was kicked out of the clan. From there he was in TsT for a while and also in NOS at the same time. He has gone by many names since; ob1, nuke', tetsuo, mindgames, Lost, Lost2k4, dark', bluestorm, the list goes on and on. His stats id is/was 196845. If you look at the game history you can see several games where he has had 90%+ efficiency with multiple wicked sicks. He has a friend that he has shared the bot with, he went by the name of executioner, spooge, and several other aliases....his stats id is/was 180859. He also was in NOS. Both are about 16, and both are pricks. Keep in mind that they are notorious for using other peoples OGL names while botting. I have seen them use VoW, Lethal, NUT, m|x, and just about every other clan tag out there. They generally take the approach of trying to say something just to get a rise out of you. They usually resort to racial slurs or religious slurs....kind of funny actually, they grasp at anything they can. I have learned that its best just to ignore them, then they get bored and go away. A global ban would be excellent for the two of them.
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Posted on: Sep 9 2004, 03:43 PM





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QUOTE (ob1 @ Sep 9 2004, 03:04 PM)
QUOTE (Blocks @ Sep 9 2004, 02:57 PM)
Cheating anywhere is stupid. Cheating in an online game is incredibly rude and moronic. Keeping a known cheater on a roster is downright retarded.

And saying "I only did it once", while perhaps true, does not offer much comfort to your foes.

you messed up big. You should now face the consequences.

I've also heard rumours that |FtP|Lit is morman. I have logs.

|FtP|Lit: I am morman, and my body is my temple.

gg

I see you are still mad that you were in fact caught cheating also and kicked out of clan [E] for it. Don't worry, someday when you grow up you will get over it (I hope). Birds of a feather.....

BTW, you are going to have to do a lot better than that if you want to offend me for being mormon, that attempt was pathetic. LOL gg rolleyes.gif
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