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  1. USC is making this look easy at this point. Thanks for showing up Michigan. Solid gameplan by USC.
  2. This is why I want Carroll vs. Tressel at some point. The two best big game coaches, in terms of gameplanning.
  3. Henne with the second turnover in as many series. Damn.
  4. I've come away more impressed with USC's D than Michigan's this game. Michigan's running game, except for a couple of pick-ups, has been stale.
  5. 10-3 USC. Wait, this can't be happening. It's like a SUPERBOWL score. Or is it? The Michigan offense is nervous right now, I mean, wouldn't you be? We're talking about THE GRANDDADDY OF THEM ALL here. You know what the problem is? This isn't a truly unbiased game site and the locale of this game heavily favors USC. We all know Michigan walks all over any team at a neutral field. AMIRITE?
  6. 10-3 USC. Wait, this can't be happening. It's like a SUPERBOWL score. Or is it?
  7. I want a sneak peak of the farewell thread! And are you posting it and leaving or will you check it after posting?
  8. USC is about to strike first blood.
  9. I'm about to watch this game on the internet. I can't take Mussberger's continual blowjob of Michigan. It's getting old hearing his excuses all game long.
  10. I like the looks this USC defense is giving Michigan. And, should Michigan win, I say we make up a trophy to give them and call it the "fake national championship." They deserve it. Totally.
  11. I'll give accord a hand since he isn't the brightest bulb out there and would rather jump around like a gorilla than make arguments. Go to hell. I refuse to acknowledge an absurd argument which compares the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA to a terrorst organization such as Al Qaeda. It is extremely easy to refute an asinine statement such as the one I just mentioned, it is so off the wall and so far beyond the scope of any rational thought that refuting point-by-point while very easy to do like you just did would be futile, a complete waste of time, and I am not about to get into an argument with someone of such an ass backwards mindset. I've learned from past experiences of getting into arguments with Jimmy where no matter how badly you dismantle everything he says, it is futile. This is no different. kinda like where i drew parallels to your views and the nazi party in terms of philosophies? Pretty much. Comparing the United States of America to Al Qaeda is just as absurd as comparing me to a nazi, and I refuse to acknowledge such stupidity which seems to be rampant in this forum which seems to get even worse each and every day. You refuse to acknowledge it by continuing to acknowledge it? I'd invest in a dictionary. Look up some words.
  12. I'm laughing hard at all these bands mentioned who wouldn't even be considered for a Superbowl half-time and the debate over who is fruity or not. Wow.
  13. Personally, I don't think the U.S. is morally any better than al-Qaeda That is where I stopped reading. You are insane. Don't be stupid. You don't become an unprecedented superpower by observing any sort of morality, this is the order of things the way to obtain power. For a state to achieve the power to control its own soveirgnty and provide security, freedom, and a comfort to its people it inevitably has to take these away from other states, its not unlike the state of nature. It doesn't matter how you try and rationalize it, what you are saying is absolute nonsense. It is absurd, flat out downright absurd that you think the United States of America is morally equivelant to Al Qaeda. If you truly believe that, you are insane. Got any evidence? I mean, can you defeat his argument or are you just going to continue to call him crazy? Although I don't fully agree with it, the original post you stopped reading was at the least well-thought out. And you have yet to counter any of the points and continue to namecall (weren't you bitching about that earlier, Jurgen?).
  14. I laugh everytime I see that video of the terrorist in Afghanistan who is standing on top of a building with an RPG and he gets shot in the head and then does a front flip off a building like a rag doll - it's hilarious, i'm laughing just thinking about it. Watching bad guys get what's coming to them is good times. And speaking of things that I think are funny which most people do not... when the Titanic first hit the theatres, when the ship was vertical in the water and sinking, some guy loses his grip and falls, then hits the prop and does like a perfect 720 into the water. I let out one loud "HA!......." Then stopped in mid-laugh as soon as I realized everyone around me was crying, including my date. This entire quote made me LOL. Dude, you're crackin'. BURN IN HELL!!! They should've place a big pic GWB in front of him, just to remind him who brought him there :mischief And Reagen. He's the one who armed Saddam and made him a "threat" in the first place. Granted, they're probably chilling in the afterlife, smoking cigars and playing poker right now.
  15. Plus, if we were to just chop Saddam's head off while he's alive, then we have no reason to be disgusted with Al Quaida for chopping that US serviceman's head off. I mean, it's an acceptable form of punishment, and clearly they're at war with the United States. If we were to do it, how could we morally be disgusted when other groups do it to us? Yeah, it is too bad that he didn't suffer. Dying from chemical weapon exposure was much worse for the Kurds that he killed. I think it has something to do with the fact that we're not scum like him and when we execute we're supposed to do it in a sort of humane way and limit the excruciating pain. That's what seperates us from him. Even if he's the worst dude in the world, if we line up every marine in our armed forces with a "grudge" against Saddam to pound him in the ass until he submits and break him so he faces cruel and unusual punishment, how are we any better than he is? It's the fundamental principle of perception. If we did that, some people might like it, but the rest of the world is going to be disgusted and we look bad. We didn't execute him, the Iraqi's did. Yeah, we didn't help with that at all. If they were really in charge then we'd have videos of Saddam getting shot in the streets and people dancing on his corpse.
  16. Yeah, it is too bad that he didn't suffer. Dying from chemical weapon exposure was much worse for the Kurds that he killed. I think it has something to do with the fact that we're not scum like him and when we execute we're supposed to do it in a sort of humane way and limit the excruciating pain. That's what seperates us from him. Even if he's the worst dude in the world, if we line up every marine in our armed forces with a "grudge" against Saddam to pound him in the ass until he submits and break him so he faces cruel and unusual punishment, how are we any better than he is? It's the fundamental principle of perception. If we did that, some people might like it, but the rest of the world is going to be disgusted and we look bad.
  17. I don't get the Ocarina of Time, thing. I've owned that game on both platforms and I think I hate it. It's boring. The characters are blocky (my main complaint of most of the N64 library at that time) and it just wasn't fun. Everytime I got a new weapon I would be like, "I can't wait! Variety! Finally! A bow!" Then it got old. I got the hookshot, weakest thing in the game. Etc., etc. And, my main complaint with the series, it's the same Zelda story as the first game. Get some variety, man. You can't come up with SOMETHING new? Just my opinion. I consider the 2nd Zelda or the Super Nintendo one much better than Ocarina of Time.
  18. That's f***ed up. What did he do worng? Bit somebody.
  19. N64 and 007 golden eye, a close second on mario cart I remember every party I went to folks were playing Goldeneye. Good times. Good game. Truly the precursor to the current online first person shooter. Just as much, if not moreso, than Doom, Duke Nukem of Wolfenstein.
  20. wow. way to actually address the issue. awesome! What issue? He made the contention that American lives are more valuable, to Americans, and was called a Nazi. At this point the thread has proceeded far away from anything resembling rational discourse and instead has seen persons retreat into deeply entrenched and illogical positions, defended only by name-calling. Objectively, lives are equally valuable independent of nationality. There is no denial of this fact by anyone in this thread, despite the attempt by some to imply a nationlist bigotry. Subjectively, they are not. Denying such is at best a delusion. As the norm, your family is more important and valuable to you than some random persons. So are your friends. It is only logical, and perfectly within the demands of moral, patriotic, and rational thought to extend such a value judgement to countrymen. That does not extend to any such nazi-like behavior, which falls into a realm of extremism all its own. My country, right or wrong. If right, to be kept right. If wrong, to be put right. But always my country. Either you are patriotic and believe that the United States is fundamentally noble, or you are not and believe that the United States is fundamentally wicked. The former position doesn't claim that the nation can't be flawed, bhe latter position doesn't allow that the nation can be saved. Your equating people who live around you with blood relatives is way off. In most cases you're kind of stuck with your family. Not so with people who live around you. You can up and move, you probably don't see eye to eye on voting issues there can be a economic divide, etc. I think it's a piss-poor analogy. Americans are FAR, FAR, FAR removed in terms of importance to my family. Especially if you just hate people in general. People you live with, even Americans, can be considered random people. I think, if anything, Accord could not counter F_M's form of discourse as usual. As for peeps calling him a Nazi, I only saw someone earlier making the connection that extreme nationalism like that, the whole us vs. them contention, was merely LIKE the Nazi's. But, it's weighted, you throw the N-Z word around and people are bound to get offended. How is it anymore logical to save a person's life based on where they're from than anywhere else? The whole placing value on human lives thing is the ridiculous part. "You'd save an American over a Russian!" Um, why? I don't know either of them. f*** them both, is my contention. However, if I have to choose am I going to do so because one is A prime and the other is R prime? Depends.
  21. I'll go with PS2 and Metal Gear Solid (original). I'm aware MGS came out for PS1. But, it's my favorite game. My favorite system, however, is PS2. My 2nd favorite game is probably the original Resident Evil.
  22. Canada is America Jr. That doesn't count.
  23. I have no problem with a United States marine placing more value on American life than other nationalities, in fact I prefer it that way. I already said this: I could care less about Accord's opinion. He's in the military. They SHOULD have that us vs. them mentality. It's what allows them to be our little thugs and bully other countries and, oh yeah, occasionally flex our muscle when we have to, not that we've really had to since world war 2. Baboom. Essentially the same thing.
  24. This might be the single most hilarious thread ever. And proof of the "liberal online conspiracy!"
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