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    The Insane Hubcap's Avatar
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    I can't remember when I saw the phrase "proudly presents" last. It's been years, maybe the phrase has gone out of fashion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xanzul View Post
    Are you people really that desperate to find something to whine about? Seriously?

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    And what lesson would that be? That no matter what they do people are going to whine about it?
    Quote Originally Posted by Lewor View Post

    It's gotten to a point that people are so ingrained within their opinion and so paranoid of people with opposite opinions that even JOKES aren't above someone coming to the immediate defense over something as frivolous as this topic.

    No. This isn't my argument. It's humour. While I don't speak for everyone it's really sad to see some aspects of the community turn to scathing defensive quips as their preferred method of communication.

    tl;dr I posted a joke and the first response is "no no you're wrong". That is sad. Fucking hell.
    I wish it didn't have to speak for itself but there's a mounting pile of examples that fall directly into this statement.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lewor
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaylock
    You know how much popcorn i've eaten while reading the forums over the years?
    Your threads are a guilty pleasure it's amazing how fucking gullible people are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belloc View Post
    Pride is a sin.
    Yeah, do you want the Sha of Pride to spawn in the middle of Blizzard HQ?

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    Scarab Lord foxHeart's Avatar
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    Why isn't this thread "Proudly Presented by Gimlix"?
    Look! Words!

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    The Insane Taftvalue's Avatar
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    they did it in the past they mgiht do it again..
    We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.

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