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  1. dr emulator (madmax)

    dr emulator (madmax)

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    the uk that's all you need to know ;)
    naughty naughty and i get told of for mentioning they eat cats and dogs:laugh:
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    Coming to a theater near you...

    This time, more action, more drama. So much war, you'll go a 'Putin!

    Cold War II.
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Dying by nuke would be on the top of my list of ways to die. Fast, clean and painless. :D
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    I'd rather kill by nuke. So I could see the despair in their eyes.



    Wait... then I'd have to be there too.
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    Hey we aren't going to have to worry about weapons...nukes are gonna kill us sooner or later because we keep assuming we are so fucking smart we can figure out what to do with toxic nuclear waste that lasts tens of thousands of years....
  6. DanTheBanjoman Señor Moderator

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    Only if you're near enough. Otherwise it's slow, messy and painful.
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    You're dying dan, I think your gunna worry more about the being-in-agonising-pain part rather than the making-sure-you-don't-leave-your-skin-and-blood-all-over-the-new-leather-sofa part.
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    i hope you are being sarcastic?

    fuck the new world order! :rockout:
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    I don't want North Korea to have nukes. Why? Because I don't want anyone to have nukes. All they've done is given humanity another thing to cower like little turds from. The more people that gain nuke capability and start stockpiling, the more we go away from the objective of getting rid of the freaking things.
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    don't forget all the harm we cause ourselve's and mother nature from the testing ;)
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    China should just send some Shaolin monks to N. Korea and assasinate the prime minister.
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    We all are, that's the beauty of life. You're born and everything goes down hill from there.
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    technically once you drink so much that you can't hold your poop in any more. Then it goes down hill.
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    Living in Alaska this makes me feel uneasy. North Korea could send a few nukes at us because we are in range, a State, we produce roughly 20% of US Oil, and the N. Korea Gov't hates the US even though Alaska is a similar to a "third world country" compared to the rest of the US once you get outside of the cities and road systems. It sucks knowing you are a potential target.

    I'm not saying the US is the only country that should have nuclear weapons, but I do believe that nuclear weapons should be kept out of the hands of complete nutjobs like Kim Jong Il, and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Chances are they could careless about starting WWIII or the next Holocaust.
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    BRING IT ON! Wouldnt mind falout 3 irl.
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    When I was 0-2 or something I couldn't hold my poop. I still can't sometimes, but I'm tall enough to sit on the grown-up's potty.
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    Do i qualify? Although i think we're pretty safe as most people here believe the propaganda the good ol' kim is just fine, oh and that castro is a hero :)

    He doesn't believe in the first one to start the second one
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    Hey man, I'm not the one who dropped nukes on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Yes, I'm an American but that doesn't make me guilty for nuking Japan. In fact, that nuclear bombing worries me even more because it means that it has been used and it can (and most likely will at some point in the future) be used again.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    You wouldn't mind having nothing but irradiated water to drink and irradiated food to eat? Real life isn't like Fallout 3 where you can never eat and not feel the pangs of hunger or never drink and not get thirsty.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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  22. DanTheBanjoman Señor Moderator

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    Did too. And you also stole cookies from the jar.
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    lol think of every country pressing the button(except the poor ones) that would be cool until your dead
  24. DanTheBanjoman Señor Moderator

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    Why wouldn't poor countries have buttons to press? Imagine all those little Africans pressing "enter" at once on their OLPC's.
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    lol

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