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  1. @~thehung

    LifeAfter, Real survival game

    maybe you could use this android emulator? https://www.memuplay.com/ (it *appears* to a be mobile game only) as for being burned out on zombie stuff, ever played Dying Light? until that game, i had actively avoided jsut about everything zombie themed. partly because ive never been one for traditional "horror", and partly because zombies are amongst the most hackneyed and laziest of devices. shitty zombie games eventually became a plague worse than shitty Doom clones. which is why it pains me that DL is so underrated, when its so fricken good. i think when it hit, consumer zombie fatigue had reached its peak.
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    Terror attack in NZ

    is this not exactly what happened? she did not announce the call to prayer. "Most comments I've seen believe she responded perfectly in the aftermath of this crime, but that this oversteps the mark and will be more divisive as she is literally telling non-Muslims to participate in Islamic prayer, whether they believe in one God, no God or an entirely different ethos" i expect theres some truth that it will be divisive for a minority of non-islamophobic people. i just dont think it matters much in the grand scheme. because:- 1) i am sure we have had televised state funerals in this country drenched in all sorts of nutty Christian mumbo jumbo with sermons pitched at presumed believers — while everyone else has been expected to brush off their discomfort as a mark of respect, and done so with little trouble given the context. 2) this is a one-time-only ultimate fuck you to the aims of the perpetrator, and the good of that outweighs all else
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    how crap is this government ?

    in some sectors of the media theres been a starkly disproportionate amount of focus on faux outrage over eggboy vs genuine outrage over Anning. if its not a clear indication of where many sympathies lie, then its just that its a significantly more comfortable topic for most of us to deal with.
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    Good stories thread

    not sure how "good" this is. good for a laugh? Dogs defecate in accordance with earth's magnetic field, research finds A scientific study has revealed that dogs adapt their excremental habits to align with the planet's geomagnetic field. Here's how they worked it out For years, scientists have known that several species spontaneously align their bodies with the earth’s magnetic field when engaging in certain behaviours. Now, a team of 12 scientists from universities in Germany and the Czech Republic have come together in a unique study that observed 37 breeds of dog over a two-year period. Exactly 1,893 defecations and 5,582 urinations later, the team reach one incredible finding: "dogs preferred to excrete with the body being aligned along the north–south axis". Before you grab your schnauzer and a clipboard, here's how the scientists work it out. Method In open fields, away from man made structures and off the leash, the alignment of dogs’ spines was recorded using a hand-held compass. The breed of the dog, its sex, age, body mass and condition were recorded as well as the date, time and location. ... The researchers then monitored the proportion of those urinations and defecations that were aligned with the earth’s north-south axis. Results Dogs join cattle, roe deer, red deer, hunting red foxes, red foxes, coyotes and grey wolves as yet another mammal to have a mechanism of "magnetoreception". Although their altered behaviour was only evident under calm conditions, it’s still a breakthrough in demonstrating measurable, predictable changes in dog behaviour in response to the earth’s magnetic field.
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    Terror attack in NZ

    it doesnt matter though. even if he is a paranoid schizophrenic for whom these particular fixations were just an arbitrary accident, the net result of his actions is that specific sectors of communities have been terrorised in direct sympathy with established terrorist agendas. ergo: terrorist.
  6. @~thehung

    Terror attack in NZ

    that was never in doubt. just weird phrasing. anyway, thanks for the clarification
  7. @~thehung

    What a joke

    Dear Judge Floro Waltish, if your intention, via these eerie nudge nudge wink wink invocations appended to your posts of late is to come across like a wild-eyed loon standing on a street corner shouting to nobody, or someone people should be a little worried about, then job done. but if youre actually bothering to post in the hope of 'shining a light' on the supposed truth for anyone here willing to listen, then i think you'll have more success without them.
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    Terror attack in NZ

    calling someone a terrorist implies some legitimacy? thats a particularly poor choice of words. if you reword it, i will edit my post accordingly. you brought up a comparison to Bryant. Anders Breivik is the more apt comparison. someone with a deliberate and clearly stated socio-political agenda, as opposed to the random homicides of a moron-level mind unravelling in comparative isolation.
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    how crap is this government ?

    i was being facetious. because Tim Dean was actually my favourite long term contributor to Atomic magazine :)
  10. @~thehung

    i see dead people

    Junaid Ismai—Kamel Darwish, 38—Atta Elayyan, 33—Ramiz Vora—Arif Vora—Mojammel Hoq, 30—Khaled Mustafa—Syeed Areeb Ahmed, 26—Lilik Abdul Hamid, 58—Haji Daoud Nabi, 71—Sayyad Milne, 14—Linda Armstrong, 65—Dr Haroon Mahmood, 40—Ashraf Ali Razat—Imam Hafiz Musa Patel—Ashraf Ali—Husna Ahmed, 44—Hussein Al-Umari, 35—Mucad Ibrahim, 3—Mohammed Imran Khan, 47—Tariq Omar, 24—Mathullah Safi, 55—Farhaj Ahsan, 30—Abdelfattah Qasem, 60—Ansi Alibava, 25—Ozair Kadir, 24—Ashraf al-Masri—Maheboob Allarakha Khokhar, 65—Abdullahi Dirie, 4—Hussein Moustafa, 70—Amjad Hamid, 57—Mounir Soliman, 68—Abdukadir Elmi, 70—Mohsin Al Harbi, 63—Osama Adnan Youssef Kwaik, 37—Mohammed Omar Faruk, 36—Muhammed Abdusi Samad, 66—Muse Nur Awale, 77—Ahmad Gamaluddin Abdel Ghani—Zakaria Bhuiyan—Zesshan Raza,38—Ghulam Hussain, 60—Karam Bibi, 60—Mr Suhail Shahid, 35— Syed Jahandad Ali, 34—Naeem Rashid, 40—Talha Naeem, 21—Ali Elmadani, 65.
  11. @~thehung

    how crap is this government ?

    never heard of him. anyone else around here heard of this guy?
  12. @~thehung

    What's on your mind?

    nah. ive stumbled upon enough snippets of that show to know its really good, but i never stuck around because i didnt know what was going on.
  13. @~thehung

    What's on your mind?

    hmm...ive always wondered about this, and now i know: https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/screw_the_pooch The term was first documented in the early "Mercury" days of the US space program. It came there from a Yale graduate named John Rawlings who helped design the astronauts' space suits. The phrase is actually derived from an earlier, more vulgar and direct term which was slang for doing something very much the wrong way, as in "you are fucking the dog!" At Yale a friend of Rawlings', the radio DJ Jack May (a.k.a. "Candied Yam Jackson") amended this term to "screwing the pooch" which was simultaneously less vulgar and more pleasing to the ear. The term, however, did not enter the popular lexicon until Tom Wolfe used it in his book about the space program, The Right Stuff, where it was used to describe a supposed mistake by astronaut Gus Grissom. The phrase's origins come from an old joke. There are various versions, but a drunk man ends up shooting the wife and screwing the pooch (instead of the other way around).
  14. @~thehung

    Here's a thought

    jesus christ dude. uncalled for.
  15. @~thehung

    Here's a thought

    well, maybe its an awkward metaphor. but i guess i am saying a PM would serve far better as neutral ground than a public venue set by one party?