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Re: Net Neutrality is in danger.... Again.

 December 14, 2017, 09:39:20 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Net Neutrality is in danger.... Again. (Started by _Data_Drain_ November 19, 2017, 01:57:06 pm
 Board: All That's Left

Didn't Comcast throttle Netflix before NN went into effect?  Or was that just a scare tactic that others said happened but didn't happen?
    

Re: Five Nights at Freddy's

 December 09, 2017, 06:50:24 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Five Nights at Freddy's (Started by Sleepy Eskimo August 16, 2014, 05:51:10 pm
 Board: Gaming

Oh, I plan to play it all the way through.  Just gotta relax after a session.  It's nothing like Dark Souls, but for someone with anxiety, I need cool down periods.
    

Re: Five Nights at Freddy's

 December 08, 2017, 08:42:31 am View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Five Nights at Freddy's (Started by Sleepy Eskimo August 16, 2014, 05:51:10 pm
 Board: Gaming

What I've seen, only screenshots and title cards, is that this is the final game.  Though, I'm not entirely sure.  Gotta play it myself.
    

Re: Five Nights at Freddy's

 December 08, 2017, 12:09:23 am View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Five Nights at Freddy's (Started by Sleepy Eskimo August 16, 2014, 05:51:10 pm
 Board: Gaming

Scott made Five Nights at Freddy's 6 in secret and released it for free.

It's dressed up as a Tycoon-style spinoff where you build and run your own Fazbear's Pizzeria franchise restaurant.

I tried the new game out.  Pretty cool I'd say

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Re: Unpopular Opinions we have (Non-Political)

 December 04, 2017, 04:54:33 am View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Unpopular Opinions we have (Non-Political) (Started by Dumanios September 06, 2016, 07:34:31 pm
 Board: All That's Left



I honestly thought I was the only one as well.  Then again, this is coming from a guy (me) who liked Saban's Power Rangers, the 2017 reboot.  Another unpopular opinion: I really enjoyed the Power Rangers reboot from earlier this year.  Even got the Best Buy Limited Collector's Edition of it XD
    

Re: Unpopular Opinions we have (Non-Political)

 December 02, 2017, 09:24:37 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Unpopular Opinions we have (Non-Political) (Started by Dumanios September 06, 2016, 07:34:31 pm
 Board: All That's Left

As many people seem to like/love this movie, I just can't stand it: Trick 'r Treat.  Splatterfests and gore porn does not a horror movie make.  It had it's moments, but those moments got dashed with needless grotesque scenes.  Horror, for me, is paranoia, suspense and terror.  A movie trying to be that doesn't need gore to make it scary.

The inverse can be said, though.  I love the Evil Dead films, but I think it has to do with it being not serious.  A classic cheese filled b-movie.  Trick 'r Treat was made out to be highbrow actual horror.  Instead it became a queasy, blahfest for me.  Very predictable.  And I gave it a second chance.  Usually I give popular movies a second chance, but this one left me cold.
    

Re: Show us cool stuff you just bought!

 November 23, 2017, 12:03:12 am View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Show us cool stuff you just bought! (Started by Vans November 21, 2011, 06:01:10 am
 Board: All That's Left

Nov 10th
(Written on the 10th of November)

Earlier last year a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers reboot was coming out.  A comic book series, to be exact, set in modern times rather than the 90's featuring DC artists and writers to help this come alive.  Featuring a brand new storyline and a possible new villan, I couldn't wait to see this take off.  However, a few months later I slowly forgot about this comic series as my hype for the Power Rangers movie grew.

Almost having completely fogrotten about the reboot comic series while checking Amazon about two weeks ago I discovered something in my reccomendations: "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Year One Deluxe Edition"; an omnibus collecting (at the time an unknown amount of chapters) the "first year" of the MMPR reboot comic series.  My mom got it for me as a late b-day gift.  I plan to get her something nice for her birthday which is coming up soon (December 3rd), I just have to think on what to get her.

I had originally thought that volume 4 (which was released on Halloween of this year, my birthday) was to be included in the set, as the omnibus had almost 500 pages.  Each volume collection was 4 comics collected together (the collections equal out to be about 112 pages each), so it would seem that volume four would have been in the set as well.  Turns out it isn't included, but the other 100+ pages are printed comic cover variants as well as side comics and concept art (really love Lord Drakkon's concept arts better than his final look).  Either way, I'll be reading this comic and hopefully enjoying it thoroughly.

So, in collector fashion (at least how I do collection) I'll be getting volume 4, as well as volumes 1-3 separately.  I'll also be getting later volumes and omnibuses down the line.

Anyway, here are some images of the book:
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Nov 15th

Amy Jo Johnson, heart-throb of many young boys back in the early 90's, potrayed a fan-favorite ranger: the original Pink Ranger, Kimberly Hart.  As with Jason (Austin), Zack (Walter), and Thuy (Trini), she too left the show.  But, in this spin-off series, what if she had to come out of retirement against a new threat?  That's what Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink is all about.

Now I didn't have a crush on her when I was young, but I can't say I wouldn't want to see her character return as a power ranger once again.  To see a "what if" spin-off of her return, even in comic form, is certainly welcomed to an avid PR fan such as myself.  I haven't read it yet, but leafed through the book a little and saw a lot of neat stuff going on.

Images:
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Re: Net Neutrality is in danger.... Again.

 November 22, 2017, 09:48:48 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Net Neutrality is in danger.... Again. (Started by _Data_Drain_ November 19, 2017, 01:57:06 pm
 Board: All That's Left

Net neutrality can't be taken down without a plan to put in it's place.  Giving more power to other companies over the throttle of the Internet isn't a very comforting thought.  It isn't to say that government having control over the net is a good idea either.

Edit: not erasing what I said before.

How about this: we currently pay about 50$ for complete use over the internet.  That includes access to any and all sites.  Say if NN gets pulled, now not only do we have to pay for internet, we also have to pay for use of certain sites as well, and not just optional things like access to YouTube shows through YTRed or express shipping through Amazon Prime.  Now if we want quality video playback we have to pay for it (oh, you want to view a video above 360i?  Well, you gotta get YTHD View which is 5$ a month) and if we want to buy more items we have to pay if an item limit is reached (oh, you can only buy five things a month, but if you get Amazon Unlimited Cart, you can have more items delivered for 10 bucks a month).

The idea of this scares people.  I wanna know if that could happen or not if NN gets canned.  I'm not saying it will, but companies having more power than what they have now isn't comforting.
    

Re: Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion

 November 18, 2017, 12:51:00 am View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion (Started by Chronan November 14, 2017, 11:11:59 pm
 Board: All That's Left

But, it truly is quite a large number of folks not being careful in willing sexual encounters.  Sexual education is vital to our development and should be taught, but not to elementary students.  I think middle schoolers would be better, since that's when kids start to transition through puberty.  High school is much too late.

Hopefully that'll reduce the number of STI transmissions.
    

Re: Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion

 November 18, 2017, 12:40:24 am View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion (Started by Chronan November 14, 2017, 11:11:59 pm
 Board: All That's Left

Either way, it's still a gross exaggerated percentage to place on the entire gay population.
    

Re: Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion

 November 17, 2017, 11:36:03 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion (Started by Chronan November 14, 2017, 11:11:59 pm
 Board: All That's Left

How do you know it's being done wrong?  You don't know the ways of pleasure if you think it's only about procreation, dude.
    

Re: Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion

 November 17, 2017, 10:47:18 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion (Started by Chronan November 14, 2017, 11:11:59 pm
 Board: All That's Left

I'm blinded because I don't follow YOUR version of God.  You expect homosexuals to live a lie out of fear of condemnation of something that may or may not be there.  Okay, dude, sure.

And because Milo says it's a choice is enough to say it's true because he himself is gay?  Please.
    

Re: Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion

 November 17, 2017, 10:38:15 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion (Started by Chronan November 14, 2017, 11:11:59 pm
 Board: All That's Left

    

Re: Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion

 November 17, 2017, 10:35:35 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion (Started by Chronan November 14, 2017, 11:11:59 pm
 Board: All That's Left

A very poor metaphor.  As was your fishing metaphor.
    

Re: Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion

 November 17, 2017, 10:25:54 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion (Started by Chronan November 14, 2017, 11:11:59 pm
 Board: All That's Left

But a cliff is something that can be seen and avoided.  What you speak of is a cliff that may or may not be there.  Nothing concrete.  Once is the cliff seen will someone believe.

And concerning your not hate of homosexuals using your fishing correlation (which it isn't a correlation): you hate the act of fishing and will try your best to stop people from doing the act by spreading the word of Cod and all his fishy goodness.  You can be a fisherman all you like, but you'll go to the fish market for your fins.
    

Re: Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion

 November 17, 2017, 10:14:34 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion (Started by Chronan November 14, 2017, 11:11:59 pm
 Board: All That's Left

Certainly seems you took offense to what I said, though.  Asking me to "Shut it then" isn't a decent response.
    

Re: Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion

 November 17, 2017, 10:09:52 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion (Started by Chronan November 14, 2017, 11:11:59 pm
 Board: All That's Left

Woah, somebody snapped.  Sheesh, use logic and reasoning in a religious fight and get your ass chewed a new one.

I wasn't even trying to fight, either.  You just took it as such, it would seem.
    

Re: Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion

 November 17, 2017, 09:51:39 pm View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Battle of Gods: Organized Religion Discussion (Started by Chronan November 14, 2017, 11:11:59 pm
 Board: All That's Left

Those stats aren't very accurate at all when no scientific evidence is provided.  I hate to say this, since it is a cliche, but citation needed.  Not gonna call you homophobic, unless you truly call me or others a "faggot" or any other homophobic slurs, then by all means, you're a homophobe.  However, you are pretty bias against homosexuals.  If that equates to homophobia, then you most certainly are.

I'm pretty much just here to watch this whole thread blow up, really since religion is a very touchy subject for most.

For me, I dislike religion when it interferes with government/politics and civil rights.  You're free to exercise your religion, but if you try to convert me or force me into your religion or tell me I'm going to hell because I don't fit your/His criteria, I will shut the door in your face.
    

Re: Show us cool stuff you just bought!

 November 06, 2017, 05:52:55 am View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Show us cool stuff you just bought! (Started by Vans November 21, 2011, 06:01:10 am
 Board: All That's Left

Nov 4th

Not something I bought, but something my sister got for me for my birthday.  A bit of a late birthday gift since she couldn't get here on Halloween.  She went to Six Flags over Halloween weekend where she also got my a new t-shirt and a joker colored pen which are also b-day gifts.

Anyway:

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Re: Botanic Panic

 October 26, 2017, 04:44:33 am View in topic context
 Posted by The Sudden Rarity  in Botanic Panic (Started by Margatroid October 26, 2017, 04:33:23 am
 Board: Your Releases, 1.0+

Was waiting to see something Cuphead related XD