YesNoOk

Show content

This section allows you to browse the content for this member. Note that you can only see content for which you have sufficient viewing permissions.

****
unbeknowNst is Offline
Contact unbeknowNst:

unbeknowNst

User

Messages by unbeknowNst

    

Re: Tekken X Street Fighter- The Karin sucks, Just Kidding Guys discussion

 July 09, 2012, 04:12:18 am View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Tekken X Street Fighter (Started by Moon Girard March 05, 2012, 06:14:20 am
 Board: Fighting Games

Lol @ the new updated title
    

Re: Tekken X Street Fighter

 July 08, 2012, 09:41:40 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Tekken X Street Fighter (Started by Moon Girard March 05, 2012, 06:14:20 am
 Board: Fighting Games

No seriously, I was joking about the whole Karin thing.
    

Re: Tekken X Street Fighter

 July 08, 2012, 07:52:57 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Tekken X Street Fighter (Started by Moon Girard March 05, 2012, 06:14:20 am
 Board: Fighting Games

Only problem I see is a bunch of scrubs trying really hard to tell me that useless characters are actually important.

Dan sucks in SSFIV just do you know, all shenanigans and silly frame traps. If you think Dan is actually good, then you obviously exposed your skill level. From my judgement, you probably suck so just shut up because you probably talk more about fighting games than being in the heat of the battle.

And I'm kidding guys. The whole time I was pushing your buttons, because ever since SSF4 Chocolate days, Karin and R.Mika was a very sensitive spot to mess around with for some fans ;)

I don't mind whether she gets in or not!
    

Re: [Theme Thread] CVS Sprite thread

 July 06, 2012, 11:23:16 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in [Theme Thread] CVS Sprite thread (Started by Hoshi April 21, 2010, 09:51:37 pm
 Board: Graphics

That K' looks good, and he just looks way too KOFish on his shading and clothes. Those pants look REALLY KOFish.
    

Re: [NSFW] Cosplay can be HOT, or NOT!

 July 05, 2012, 08:45:35 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in [NSFW] Cosplay can be HOT, or NOT! (Started by DooM March 31, 2009, 04:21:53 am
 Board: All That's Left



Cute Alice cosplayer from Queen's Gate.
    

Re: Tekken X Street Fighter

 July 05, 2012, 03:20:59 am View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Tekken X Street Fighter (Started by Moon Girard March 05, 2012, 06:14:20 am
 Board: Fighting Games

Because playing to win keeps the competition, fire, passion, rivalry, self-improvement, and excitement of the community and game fun. Having a bunch of useless weirdos for "fun" is a waste of slots when there could be better, more interesting, newer or returned better characters. Playing for fun doesn't last very long, because the fun eventually gets boring. It's short term. Not meant to last. So that's why I feel like it is useless to have useless characters.

Though useless and "fun" characters do not bother me too much, as I always crush them anyways and people decide to whip out their mains instead of messing around.
    

Re: Street Fighter X Tekken

 July 04, 2012, 11:07:33 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Street Fighter X Tekken (Started by c001357 April 14, 2011, 04:11:06 am
 Board: Fighting Games

GGs to XCB for last night. Sorry I left abruptly, I had to go watch Spiderman and I was on the clock! Let's play again some other time, k?
    

Re: Tekken X Street Fighter

 July 04, 2012, 11:02:11 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Tekken X Street Fighter (Started by Moon Girard March 05, 2012, 06:14:20 am
 Board: Fighting Games

I'd rather have a roster with only 1 or 2 silly jokes, and the rest of the roster are actually well-balanced, tourney worthy, competitive characters.

SF4 had many useless characters. Hakan, Vega, Dee Jay, Guile, Blanka, Guy, Cody, Dudley, and a few more. Now don't get me wrong, I have played very good players using these respective characters, but these characters are probably not ever gonna win a tourney anytime soon.

I'm speaking from a different perspective, a "play to win" mentality not a "play for fun" mentality. And I don't encourage tier lists, that's not true. I'd just rather have a roster where every single character is fearful and really strong. True, Namco Bandai can make Karin broken if they wanted but realistically speaking, they wouldn't do that. Yeah, we can make Megaman God Tier too, but it wouldn't happen, realistically speaking.

What I noticed is there are a lot of people who "want this character, want that character," and what they do, is if their character makes it into the roster, they go apeshit delighted. On the 1st day that they play it, they will use that character and realize that the game is not easy, let alone using their wish-come-true character is not easy to use, so they just play that character for "fun" and they don't even try to get good with that character. There are some exceptions though.

Lots of people I knew who were batshit insane about Cody and Guy the first time for SSF4 ended up in disappointment and either 1) quit the game or 2) changed their main or went back to their vanilla main

I know a guy on here who was gonna make a promise to himself that he was gonna go pro with Felicia in MvC3, yet he couldn't committ to it. He realized that getting good takes work, effort, patience, a strong will, and a fighter's spirit.

So I'm telling you in my opinion, she's gonna be useless if that's all you guys want her for, for "fun." I wished for Lili before SFxT got released, and on 1st day I played with her, stuck with her and never let go of her. I just think differently than some of you guys.
    

Re: Tekken X Street Fighter

 July 04, 2012, 06:12:39 am View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Tekken X Street Fighter (Started by Moon Girard March 05, 2012, 06:14:20 am
 Board: Fighting Games

Sorry guys I don't know what I was thinking earlier. Very funny statement eh? What I meant to say was she is kind of a useless character, and she will be a waste of a good spot for someone else. If her purpose is just to have fun, then it will just be useless. She will be like Hakan, a piece of crap.

Instead of Karin, how about Urien, Q, Alex, Sean, Hugo, Morrigan, Lilith, Kyosuke, Batsu, etc

And don't give me the "But that's Vampire Savior, not TxSF!"

Look at Megaman and Pacman.
    

Re: Tekken X Street Fighter

 July 03, 2012, 10:54:40 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Tekken X Street Fighter (Started by Moon Girard March 05, 2012, 06:14:20 am
 Board: Fighting Games

I dont understand why people like Karin so much, her character overall is pretty stupid. Her attacks look pretty dumb and she does not even have any relevance to SF or any important role at all.

There's a lot of morons who just "want characters to be in a game" but they won't even put an effort to "play the character" and become proactively competitive with their preferred character. Therefore the whole purpose of the character is rendered useless and all there for eye-candy or some other form of superficial pleasure.
    

Re: Fighting game characters that never should have been made

 July 03, 2012, 10:51:18 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Least favorite fighting character (Started by Retro Respecter July 03, 2012, 04:25:10 pm
 Board: Fighting Games

This is a pretty stupid thread in general. What in the hell were you thinking?

However if I were to say that a character that should have never existed, it would have to be POTS by Ken.
    

Re: 19 minutes - how long working parents give their children

 July 02, 2012, 09:34:28 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in 19 minutes - how long working parents give their children (Started by unbeknowNst July 02, 2012, 04:27:26 am
 Board: All That's Left

With the way things are going I am surprised they have even that long. I ran into a family where the child never sees his mom and dad and his grandmother takes care of the child while they begin work at 5:00 am and leave at 12:00 pm. Yeah they make enough to make a living and fund their futures but I don't think they are around long enough to make an impact on their child's life. Life is rough, and sometimes people make sacrifices in order for their children to have a future; but what is that sacrifice worth when the child irresponsibly blows it away if not taught better by the parents who SHOULD be raising them?

You must be kidding... that is really rough. That is even worse that what I had as a kid growing up. Anyways, in United States it is pretty much like that too. Though since this is America I am talking about, some are very ignorant and will deny anything that will ruin their social status. Some say they have plenty of time when really they have nearly none. But that statistic isn't only true for the UK, it's true for the U.S. too.
    

19 minutes - how long working parents give their children

 July 02, 2012, 04:27:26 am View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in 19 minutes - how long working parents give their children (Started by unbeknowNst July 02, 2012, 04:27:26 am
 Board: All That's Left

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-396609/19-minutes--long-working-parents-children.html

This is getting insane. Discuss what you feel... times are getting rougher, parents are working harder, wages are decreasing, and it doesn't seem to get any better (despite) this being an article published in 2006

Daily Mail said:
A typical working parent spends just 19 minutes a day looking after their children, official figures revealed yesterday.
The startling research shows the devastating impact that working full-time has on children who hardly see their parents.
With less than 20 minutes spent with their parents every day, this is only enough time to eat a quick breakfast together or have a couple of bed-time stories.

The Office for National Statistics looked at nearly 4,950 people over the age of 16 in Britain to find out what they do all day.
The findings make grim reading for working parents who already worry that they spend too much time at work - and too little at home.
Parents who work full-time spend just 19 minutes every day "caring for [their] own children", according to ONS's "Time Use Survey", published yesterday.

A further 16 minutes is spent looking after their children as a "secondary activity", but this means that they are doing something else - such as the weekly supermarket shop - at the same time. The findings come at a time when record numbers of women are working as huge mortgages and soaring household bills force them to earn a living.

Official figures show that 12.6million women have a job, compared to just 8.5million in the 1970s.
The ONS looked specifically at working women in Britain and what they do during a typical 24-hour period to create a typical "Diary of a Working Mum".

They sleep less and work more than any other "type" of woman - and still have to do about two-and-a-half hours "domestic work" every day, it reveals. A typical working woman gets nearly 40 minutes less sleep every night than a full-time mother who gets more than nine hours sleep every night.

This is because she gets up earlier to travel into work every day, or spends time every night doing a long list of domestic chores before going to bed. On average, a working woman toils at work for over five hours a day, although this figure appears low because it includes holidays and weekends when no work is done.

Recent research showed that most mothers with young families would prefer to stay at home and look after their children. A survey of working mothers found that just six per cent wanted to work full-time, according to Prima magazine. Half wanted to combine bringing up their children with a part-time job, while more than a quarter wanted to be a full-time mother. They were asked: "In an ideal world, what would you like to be?" Twenty- six per cent said they wanted to be a "housewife and mother". The most popular response, given by 50 per cent, was to be a "mum who works part-time".

Maire Fahey, editor of Prima, said: "In the 1980s, we thought we could have it all and aspired to high-flying careers and happy families.
"But the cracks are starting to show. Family life is suffering and something has got to give."

The new ONS survey shows that life is also extremely tough for fathers with young families, particularly those whose youngest children is under the age of four. They sleep less, works more and do more "domestic" work than any other "type" of man, such as one with older children or one with no children.

A typical father whose youngest child is under four gets less than eight hours sleep a night and does more than three hours of domestic chores every day. They are also working more than one hour a day longer than their male colleagues who do not have children.
Overall, the ONS found that a typical person's 24-hours is mostly spent sleeping, working and watching television, which are the top three activities.

A woman will spend 8.3 hours asleep, 2.4 hours watching television, DVDs or videos and 2.2 hours working.
A man will spend eight hours alseep, 2.8 hours watching television, DVDs or videos and 3.5 hours working.
Just 24 minutes in 24 hours is spent reading, a figure which drops to just 10 minutes for younger people.
    

Re: Dead Or Alive 5

 June 29, 2012, 01:06:24 am View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Dead Or Alive 5 (Started by SNT September 14, 2011, 03:13:23 pm
 Board: Fighting Games

At least he's not all fucking oiled up like Hakan.
    

Re: Post your picture thread

 June 28, 2012, 10:12:32 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Post your picture thread (Started by Gaptooth INC. April 02, 2006, 11:06:12 pm
 Board: All That's Left

you guys BOTH look like you hate riding the bus, and your son looks more bored :D
    

Re: Post your picture thread

 June 28, 2012, 09:49:18 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Post your picture thread (Started by Gaptooth INC. April 02, 2006, 11:06:12 pm
 Board: All That's Left

I am 20 now, but I was 19 at the time of that photo (March 2012). and thanks. I really like my hair. I made a stupid move to cut it lol. I feel nekkid without it ::)

but yeah thanks
    

Re: Post your picture thread

 June 28, 2012, 06:23:34 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Post your picture thread (Started by Gaptooth INC. April 02, 2006, 11:06:12 pm
 Board: All That's Left

yeah here's an old pic
    

Re: Are Bronies changing the definition of masculinity?

 June 28, 2012, 06:22:18 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Are Bronies changing the definition of masculinity? (Started by Iced June 10, 2012, 07:39:21 pm
 Board: All That's Left

LOL.... that was hilarious. i cant tell if these guys are trolling or they are serious, but that was pretty cool :sugoi:
    

Re: Are Bronies changing the definition of masculinity?

 June 27, 2012, 11:22:48 pm View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Are Bronies changing the definition of masculinity? (Started by Iced June 10, 2012, 07:39:21 pm
 Board: All That's Left

I still dont really get what this thread is about, can someone just give me a quick gist? what was the point this thread and what were we trying to figure out. It only caught my attention when it had to do with Japanese males & their hair from feudal times and modern times today.

anyways, check this out:


these guys would be considered freaks today, lol! i dont listen to them, i just know they are notorious for their insane style. it was these guys who inspired X Japan (Original Visual Kei)

man, back when American music was insane, so was the world.... anyways yeah sorry i went offtopic. but those guys above, they got tons of pussy, looking like that and still scoring with chicks, doesnt make them any less of a man
    

Re: Are Bronies changing the definition of masculinity?

 June 26, 2012, 02:57:22 am View in topic context
avatar  Posted by unbeknowNst  in Are Bronies changing the definition of masculinity? (Started by Iced June 10, 2012, 07:39:21 pm
 Board: All That's Left

And about that topic, I think Japan is still far more away from masculinity than Bronies.

No surer message of the dangers of nuclear weapons exists today.

This is actually quite inaccurate. Yes, the guys look a bit more feminine compared to US standards, because they actually have hair styles and are a bit more trendy their hair. However, I have found through my own experience that that look is considered a norm in their country, therefore the Japanese girls must be even more feminine looking in appearance and personality-wise.

If you get a typical US citizen Male & Female and put them right next to a typical Japanese Male & Female, you are going to see that the US Male will look a bit more masculine and manly with short hair. And you will see the female with a more dominant, "strong" female look. With Japanese Males you'll see a somewhat more feminine looking dudes, but next to him you'll see the Japanese female looking the most feminine out of all that I mentioned.

So it's just different culture. Though the Japanese dudes look feminine in American's standards, the girls look even more girly and behave more girly too.

Let us never forget the 1960s-1980s with all of the long hair dudes such as The Beatles, Bee Gees, Led Zeppelin, Metallica, Motley Crue, and etc.... so, those guys got tons of pussy, I wouldn't consider their preferred appearance of presenting themselves as "less masculine." I would however, consider them to be more daring and have some balls to expand their horizons to look creatively more interesting.

And if I don't make any sense, look at Bruce Lee. He straight up had the Asian-long hair bowl cut trends going on in the 1970s. He was pretty darn masculine, weren't he?