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Record attempt at most posts.Posted 2 years Ago

Hm, what subjects ought be focused on for an educational RPG?
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Record attempt at most posts.Posted 2 years Ago

I'd imagine trading cards are damaged by inflation.
I also never really cared for them changing designs of cards, classic is classic.
New art feels. . ., 'usually just a way to try to scrape more money.
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yugioh or pokemon?Posted 2 years Ago

Hm, Elementry school maybe middle school I think, I remember collecting Pokemon cards as a kid, Remember watching it on TV, And a few of the movies. Remember not liking how infinite cards ended up being made, So I could never 'catch them 'all. Don't remember the gameplay too well.
Remember YuGiOh being populer for a time, I 'did read the mangas, As an adult now Yu-Gi-Oh The Abridged Series was rather funny. Didn't really follow the manga beyond the original story I think. Don't remember the gameplay too well.
I'd imagine that objectivly the two could be compared by how rare cards are, How balanced gameplay is, How popular they are, And so on.
Hm, Neither quite has an appeal for me anymore, Unless it were to collect a few cards that I liked the look of, Or the original Pokemon.
Eh, If I had gaming friends in the city I live in, Maybe I'd pick both up a bit, And just roll with the one that. . Rolls better.
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Yellow History MonthPosted 2 years Ago

I doubt it, Though I have considered it.

Some people make a good case, For times Bernie has voted for what his constituents wanted in the past, Rather than what 'he thought was best.
They also make good arguments for not considering him communist or overly socialist. (As in the socialism he endorses is mainly the socialism we already have) Though I do think Bernie could do a better job of representing his views. Seems easy for people to take it the wrong way, And I'm not sure about his leadership skills or age.
Trumps lack of care for the environment bothers me, (I like trees and clean rivers)
Trumps behavior and manners bothers me.
I can understand why his base might still support him though.

Anyway, Unless I get antisocial or ultra nationalistic, I think I'm unlikely to vote for Trump.

I might vote for the Democrat nominee, Or a third party, Haven't decided yet.
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Record attempt at most posts.Posted 2 years Ago

I wonder if a preference for unique art, is shallow in a way.
Somehow I like the idea of a handcrafted one of a kind canvas painting, than a mass produced canvas printing.
The printing is better I suppose, because it can never be lost if you have the template somewhere. It can be easily shared.
Perhaps it's the love of greed, knowing that you have the only copy, and others don't.
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Yellow History MonthPosted 2 years Ago

I wouldn't do it.
I don't know of any ancestors of mine who were Confederates. I'm not for secession, Though I do like state rights. Deliberately offending other people, Also not a goal of mine.
Seems to me 'unwise for other people to do it.
Mainly for the offense reason.
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Yellow History MonthPosted 2 years Ago

Eh, It's not bad to like history, Though I think it's bad to forget it.
Still, Everyone's had bad times, One day or another,
It's enough that it's in history books for me.
Though I can understand if some people like to harp.
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Record attempt at most posts.Posted 2 years Ago

Hm, 'can a person ambush you with logic?
By that I mean, 'usually, one would think of logic as leading a person to water.
The 'truth, 'knowledge is good right?
Hm, but let's say someone tried to convince a person that they 'should rob and steal. That they were able to logically defeat every argument from the person, whom they were convincing.
Would that really seem 'good to the person being convinced?
I don't think so.
Though admittedly, conversations aren't usually like that.
But I suppose it can feel that way, when people are discussing firm held beliefs,
They stick to an individual, I think.
Part of what defines them?
Eh, rambling.
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Record attempt at most posts.Posted 2 years Ago

Somehow, the Island of Doctor Monroe comes to mind, as I discuss trans with Phil-E-CheeseSteak, in the debate section. Perhaps doesn't come to mind 'usefully, but may be able to be used to shape argument later.
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Record attempt at most posts.Posted 2 years Ago

It's not 'quite so much that I consider one system of morality objectively better than another, though at certain tasks/objectives/ends they would be, I'd guesstimate.
But I 'do have preferences.
And I 'do find the idea of intentional absurdism/anarchy, rather. . . absurd.
People have. . . Certain numbers more likely to roll of the dice. Tendencies and such.
Everything being an equal roll of dice, or flip of the coin. . Bothers me, in 'this instant.
Though I don't make a clear point very well.
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