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I am astounded.

posted by Comrade Pants on - last edited - Viewed by 1.1K users
I can't believe it. Within 10 minutes, the new most annoying member of the Telltale forums, a Mr. Saucerfoot1; was banned for forumspamming and general asshattery, meanwhile; the forum endured several months of Andrew Ryan trolling. The system works!
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  • I just realized that this guy wanted to trade his 3D game for another 3D game so he wouldn't get seizures, when he had already played through to Act 3 in 303...
  • The Highway;370432 said:
    I just realized that this guy wanted to trade his 3D game for another 3D game so he wouldn't get seizures, when he had already played through to Act 3 in 303...
    I know, right? That's what I was trying to make sense of. The only problem is... it doesn't make any at all.
  • Secret Fawful;370308 said:
    And you know, you tend to repeat yourself in your sentences. Lines like "if you are not with me, then you are my enemy" just kind of make me go WELL DUH.
    Really? Because it's supposed to portray a very extremist viewpoint in which anyone who doesn't agree 100% with you needs to be destroyed.
    It's entirely possible to be neither with nor against someone (and that's usually the case of the majority of people).
    (Also, I just woke up and might be missing your sarcasm, so sorry about that).
  • Oh, yeah saucerfoot is back btw...also...morning.
  • Avistew;370523 said:
    Really? Because it's supposed to portray a very extremist viewpoint in which anyone who doesn't agree 100% with you needs to be destroyed.
    It's entirely possible to be neither with nor against someone (and that's usually the case of the majority of people).
    (Also, I just woke up and might be missing your sarcasm, so sorry about that).
    It's just an extremely obvious thing to say, so much so its stupid. What else would he say? "If you are not with me, we are the best of friends and I want to take you out for coffee with milk and cream and sugar and a nice scone with whipped cream and icing and sprinkles and a little teeny weeny cherry on top with the stem removed because you know the stem can make you choke and it just isn't very healthy or delicious compared to the cherry itself."

    /looks at everyone else

    If this doesn't really confuse her I'm not doing my job right.
  • GuruGuru214;369378 said:
    Saucerfoot is autistic.Doesn't make him any less annoying, but at least there's a reason for it.
    Hassat Hunter;369415 said:
    So am I... but I am not nearly that annoying, right...

    RIGHT?

    *sobs*
    You're autistic?

    hmm. Do you mean, like actually autistic or you just have Asperger's Syndrome? I know two people IRL with Asperger's.

    The guy I've known since we were both 12 (now 32) , and he's always been... weird. By weird I mean generally out of touch with social cues to the point of rudeness, extremely uncomfortable in social situations that aren't on his own terms, and fixates on certain topics of discussion.

    The girl I've known since college, and though she admits to having Asperger's and says she has a hard time dealing with certain issues, she just seems like a relatively average person with some silly quirks at times (which are sometimes more pronounced than others.) But hey, everyone is odd in one way or another so she seems acceptably normal to me.
  • Avistew;370523 said:
    Really? Because it's supposed to portray a very extremist viewpoint in which anyone who doesn't agree 100% with you needs to be destroyed.
    It's entirely possible to be neither with nor against someone (and that's usually the case of the majority of people).
    (Also, I just woke up and might be missing your sarcasm, so sorry about that).
    In Episode III of Star Wars, George Lucas wrote that as a somewhat clumsily executed reference to George Bush's "You're either with us or against us" speech.
  • Comrade Pants;370937 said:
    In Episode III of Star Wars, George Lucas wrote that as a somewhat clumsily executed reference to George Bush's "You're either with us or against us" speech.
    I do not know of the Georges of which you speak... of.

    I am, however, familiar with the phrase "if you are not with me, then you are my enemy". It is something I have said numerous times to people through the Press and the Galactic Empire's Official Website. You misunderstand its meaning.

    The phrase is intended to clarify that the Galactic Empire views all those who are not compliant to be actively non-compliant. If you are not willing to join us, you are seen by us as an enemy. If you are not willing to join us, you will die.

    I hope that I have helped.

    -D.V.
  • Comrade Pants;370937 said:
    In Episode III of Star Wars, George Lucas wrote that as a somewhat clumsily executed reference to George Bush's "You're either with us or against us" speech.
    Gaston said something along those lines in Beauty and the Beast, and I think there might be a similar line in X-Men as well.

    If Bush used a phrase that's such a villain cliché, too bad for him, but that doesn't mean the next person who uses it is referrencing him rather than just using a cliché.
  • Avistew;370999 said:
    Gaston said something along those lines in Beauty and the Beast, and I think there might be a similar line in X-Men as well.

    If Bush used a phrase that's such a villain cliché, too bad for him, but that doesn't mean the next person who uses it is referrencing him rather than just using a cliché.
    I think he may have used it because it sounds cool - he hasn't quite got the intelligence to be a cliché villain.
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