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#4209229 Presenting the ArenaJunkies theme

Posted treeqt on 16 September 2014 - 08:47 PM

youre all trash and should kill yourselves


watching


#4209232 Presenting the ArenaJunkies theme

Posted treeqt on 16 September 2014 - 08:48 PM

who is op

and who are the people mentioned alongside myself


#4208299 got a gf, now what?

Posted Lmkt on 15 September 2014 - 09:33 AM

View Postegnahceman, on 14 September 2014 - 07:21 PM, said:

I seriously hope no one is trying to suggest that I should stick my precious penis into the female, and perform vaginal insertion. Do you know how unsanitary the vagina is? Let alone it's located half of an inch from the anus. It's lips are closed together when underwear is worn, thus promoting the bacterial growth. Let alone the watery discharges promote an even faster growth of the bacteria. I want sex, just like any other mammal, but performing one in a barbaric manner is beyond my human-self.
i am 13 years old and i can confirm this is hilarious


#4206604 The "Funny Picture" thread

Posted Kawklee on 12 September 2014 - 12:53 AM

or what are you going to do about you stupid fucking cockmuncher


#4204501 Good book to read thread

Posted FTRouslan on 08 September 2014 - 08:21 PM

View Postysnakewoo, on 08 September 2014 - 08:12 PM, said:



I firmly believe he is trolling. This post made it obvious.

9/10 though

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#4191655 The "Hottest Girl" Thread

Posted Thaya on 14 August 2014 - 10:12 PM

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#4204258 Good book to read thread

Posted Brian_Emo on 08 September 2014 - 03:13 PM

View PostNeitey, on 08 September 2014 - 02:48 PM, said:

Wow ysnake, for an avid reader you sure have shitty ideas, and sure don't express them well.

what? his post was 100% spot on, I think you're the dense one, friend.

essentially what he was trying to say is that reading higher philosophy is fundamentally different from reading, let's say, fantasy. not only do you have to be familiar with all the uniquely defined terms (every philosopher will have different ones), the general language tends to be more scientific and will obviously change through the centuries, meaning that you'll be looking up multiple words for every page you read. In some cases, specifically for philosophers with a scientific background like Heidegger it's semi-impossible to understand any of his writing if you haven't read an entry work to his oevre. just  a small example: Heideggers 'Being and Time' begins with the translators preface, explaining why even Germans had trouble understanding this book at first thanks to the excessive use of neologisms. after the translators preface, there's an authors preface. after the authors preface there's a small preface on Plato. I counted them and the actual book doesn't begin until almost twenty pages in. to make this entire paragraph a lot shorter (considering your attention span):

reading philosophy not only takes a lot of time, but in most cases the reading in itself will require pre-reading. your average reader will probably not touch most of these big names, with a few exceptions like Sartre and Camus.


#4204009 The "Funny Picture" thread

Posted glonglon on 08 September 2014 - 03:34 AM

View PostKILLATON, on 06 September 2014 - 02:43 PM, said:

Let me guess, French =) ? lol.


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Pls stop being a retard or I'll call my homies in syria :

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#4203844 Good book to read thread

Posted FTRouslan on 07 September 2014 - 08:39 PM

View Postysnakewoo, on 07 September 2014 - 08:33 PM, said:

Well, those are one of the first books I've read once I've gotten into reading and stuff, they are written so that everyday man can understand them and do not have complex sentence structures like Roszak's counter-culture wanking, or Butler's vague speaking. It's straight to the point and the reader can easily understand them, what's wrong with Hitchens and Dawkins anyhow?

They're astoundingly ignorant on all matters considering theology. Their arguments are philosophical in nature, but pretty much every relevant philosopher has struck down The God Delusion as being a shit book. They've nurtured a caustic, cult-like new atheist community that pretty much goes out of their way to butcher historical/theological facts in order to make cheap points about "rationality". Hitchens was so staunchly anti-Islam that he began supporting Bush's wars, effectively pulling a complete flip-flop on his political beliefs. Have you seen Dawkin's disturbing Twitter comments lately?

I get what you're saying though, but I have a problem with Dawkins and Hitchens as public thinkers. They're decent writers, but their ideas on religion are not worth a damn.


#4202578 Amazing idea that is absolutely amazing

Posted glonglon on 05 September 2014 - 11:15 PM

Ysnakke, you're the cutest guy of AJ and you look great in suit. I'm pretty sure that reliuna will give u plenty of €€ if you agree to twerk for him.

Hope this helps,
Regards.


#4202122 Wounded state in WoD

Posted Lolflay on 05 September 2014 - 10:33 AM

The state they want to achieve with healing is directly tied to the problem melee classes face - they're either too shit, or too powerful.

MS effect being 50% was probably the best thing this game had. It forced people into certain comps, and precisely because of this mechanic, TBC saw the most balanced comps, and precisely because of this mechanic, no matter how much casters outscaled melee calsses, melees were still necessary and were balanced around this thing. You needed two things to be successful in arena before - you needed CC and you needed MS, everything else was up to you.

Rogues and Warriors brought MS, and later on Hunters. Warriors for example have mongoloid damage and control right now precisely because they bring NOTHING to the table but damage. Viable classes being decided around who has the most damage and control is something that Blizzard should NOT strive for, and it'd automatically kill comps like LSD.

If I was in place of WoD devs, these things are what I would do to make the game bearable again :

- bump MS effects to 40%

- warriors, rogues, unholy death knights, hunters, feral druids now apply mortal strike mechanic

- warriors would bring mobility and MS, and they'd lose this retarded control they have right now.

- rogues would bring control and MS, and they'd lose burst of speed ( buff Shadowstep to 20 second cooldown and make it usable while rooted though, to not keep them entirely as sitting ducks in a game where snares/roots are still in abundance, it's so fucking hilarious how all those snares/roots survived the ability purge :D :D :D )  .

- retris would bring offheals, utility, and they can keep their interrupt.

- enhancements would bring utility, burst, keep interrupt.

- ferals would bring mobility, control, MS, lose interrupt.

- hunters would bring control, MS, keep interrupt, keep traps, do a bit lower damage due to all the control potential they have ( because right now, hunters have insane control but also insane damage, CCing hunters partner during hunters own CC should be a viable strat to push the pressure down )

- ww monks would bring burst AND sustained damage, keep interrupt and mobility, lose the unnecessary control they have.

- I'd keep Arms the only viable spec for warriors to DPS with, but for Rogues and Hunters ( pure DPS melee classes ), I'd give them a choice - probably make Assassination the sustained damage spec, while Sub would be the control spec, do the same for 2 Hunter specs.

- remove infinite mana on casters

- I'd honestly give halved MS effect to two or three casters. Mages and Shadowpriests perhaps ? To keep wizardcleaves viable, mostly, because all wizardcleaves either have a Warlock ( and let's be real, with their spread damage, locks and their wizcleave comp really don't need MS effect ), or a Mage/Shadowpriest, in which case you'd need a MS to make the damage *stick* in a game where healing without MS is easy, but with MS applied is hard.

- with the removal of infinite mana on casters, healer mana matters again - aka, comp matters again

- with reintroduced importance of MS effect, it reintroduces an element of balanced play ( aka, you don't play offensive OR defensive, you utilize both playstyles, because you really want to make the MS effect drop as much as possible in effort to outmana the enemy healer )


- there's more, but I know community and devs don't really give a shit so I'll stop here


This game could be glorious again, if only they wanted to add depth to it again. Shame they don't.


#4200694 Where's the book thread?

Posted Gigana on 02 September 2014 - 04:34 PM

http://www.arenajunk...to-read-thread/

This one?


#4149194 Good book to read thread

Posted Breadstick on 20 June 2014 - 12:18 AM

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#4200592 Jeniffer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Ariana Grande and more nudes

Posted Neitey on 02 September 2014 - 11:22 AM

I went on like a week long porno binge, it was glorious but now I have like 20% buglamp mentality so I'm trying to go clean again


#4195684 Dat feel thread

Posted FTRouslan on 22 August 2014 - 11:20 PM

View PostLmkt, on 22 August 2014 - 11:12 PM, said:

I make 4 times the average national salary in the country that I live in

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4 times nothing is still nothing




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