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Teddybrrr

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  1. I hate to say it, but Naruto is without a doubt the best anime ever created. Give it some credit, yes it's cartoon network, but it's still goddamn amazing. Intense fights, unique and individual characters, and a pretty decent storyline. Bonus points for being able to talk about it with people who aren't really anime fans but have seen the show.


  2. Eminem's new album out soon. Heard one of the tracks, "Berserk". Seems like he's going back to his old style of music in this album, which is amazing news. He might manage to pull himself off the path he's been heading ever since he...stopped doing drugs.

     

    Yes, Eminem was a better artist when he was an addict. Drugs are good for SOME things, kids.


  3. anyone heard anything about the Hood's new album? It's supposed to be called "Walking Under Stars".

     

    I don't really like the name but hopefully they do an "Eminem" and go back to their old, good music in this album.


  4. Has anyone seen the anime for claymore? And is it worth getting because I'm reading the manga. I also started reading naruto (I know I haven't read/watched it before I'm off the rails) um... Oh yeah. K-On. Ahem. That one too.


  5. Well I can see your point that it's obviously a lot harder to control, and unless a country LOSES a war nobody can do much about it. Also, the Geneve Convention has actually helped a lot, it's warded people away from commiting war-crimes and punished those who have. Better than not having laws at all! If you were a victim of a war crime, wouldn't you be glad there were laws in place to punish them?

     

    As for the car security, same thing again. It deters people from commiting war crimes, and even if it doesn't stop them 100% of the time, it's still good to have it there. If the Geneva Convention wasn't in place then I'm almost certain both sides of the civil war would be commiting war crimes, as there would be nothing really to stop them.

     

    I know you didn't directly call me retarded, but you didn't have to make such a big deal out of someone ACTUALLY UNDERSTANDING THE QUESTION. I know why jails are in place, I know why people go to them, and so does everybody with half a brain. I just didn't understand the question because of how you worded it. So faith in humanity couldn't have been restored, as it was never taken away in the first place, right? I understand the question now, so don't worry about it anymore, k?

     

    I'll have to respond to posts via "Edit" Button now. I've got a cap on how much I can post. Cheers.


  6. Sorry, it was just how it was worded...

     

    But that's completely different! We're talking about entire nations breaking the rules of warfare itself, not some guy stealing a loaf of bread. If anybody disobeys what's written in the Geneva Convention, and end up having to pay for it...we're not talking about a knuckle-wrapping here. I don't think it would leave a good mark on their reputation either. You realise the military can't just go around doing what they want, no matter how stupid the media makes the U.S army out to be.

    Besides, there have been no cases of anybody destroying/rendering useless/stealing resources at all during the Syrian Civil War.

     

    TLDR: Military bodies and civilians are different things, and nobody has broken the Geneva Convention in the Syrian Civil War anyway, and likely never will.

     

    Also, you didn't have to get so angry. I asked you to clarify, but you responded the typical way everyone does when they think they're really smart, and acted like I was retarded. So cheers.


  7. TOPIC CHANGE!!!

     

    SYRIA

     

    Why hasnt America intervened?? Is it upto America to intervene?? What do you understand about the situation??

     

    Kgo..

     

    The media has really put a bad perspective on the whole Syrian Civil War. They make it out to be like the whole country hates the government, when in reality, the number of people against it is actually quite small. The media is also very good at making one group out to be good, and another to be very bad. many countries have had interventions, and the U.S has supplied the rebels withstuff like medical aid and communications equipment. All non-lethal equipment, so they don't get dragged into it too far. Other countries have helped the rebels as well, but for the U.S to go and send troops in to fight with the rebels would be stupid and unnecessary. They can't afford another war, and would just be making things worse for themselves. Australia has already said they aren't going to intervene.


  8. Yeah, Hoods have gone started to make songs to appeal to the mainstream, rather than sticking to their old formula, but their songs are still great. So long as they keep rapping about important things and not money/cars/hoes and don't start doing dubstep remixes. It feels like they're soaking up the attention a little too much, forgetting about what they used to be. Hopefully they don't end up like 360.

     

    I bought The Herd's new album and I personally thought it was great. They are just one of those bands that focus a lot on the message. The songs were great, all individual and unique. Loved it.

     

    Not sure if I've listened to any of Urthboy's latest tracks... When did his new album come out?

     

    I've only listened to a handful of songs from foreverlution, and didn't find anything that really stood out. Just my opinion.

     

    I don't really know a lot about Spit Syndicate, only listened to three of their songs, but "Starry Eyed" was amazing.


  9. HAHA WOW NO! I KNEW THIS WOULD HAPPEN! I'm not actually Import Kid, but I AM his friend. We both live in a dorm... I live two rooms across from him, and we've known each other for ages now. Ask him. I think you'll find I actually know very little about cars... but forums are cool so i created an account after I saw him on this site. just watch me, you'll realise I'm completely differrent from him. PEACE


  10. Fullmetal Alchemist

    Bleach

    One Piece

    XXXholic (Name is legit)

    Starting to watch Fairy Tail...

     

    BTW Straight Jacket is awesome.. It's basically a three part movie (heavy violence and mass blood and gore) about magicians who use magic to blow the SHIT out of evil creatures. Is very good.


  11. If you're going to play music at ear-shattering volumes, at least make sure it's worth listening to/made for playing loud. I once saw this guy drive past us with his windows down, playing country music at max volume. Now I don't have anything against country music, but you don't play Alan Jackson at full blast in the middle of main street. At least he wasn't playing Susan Boyle...


  12. Here's some awesome songs for you to truly respect:

     

    Urthboy - Hellsong

    This song is so underrated, it's beat is f**king nice and the message is great :)

     

    The Herd - The King is Dead

    If you haven't heard of the herd (no pun intended) I suggest you invest some time into listening to their songs, you won't regret it.

     

    Spit Syndicate - Starry Eyed

    Not a very well known band but this song is amazing, and they definitely have potential for more great songs.

     

    Thundmentals - Paint the Town Red

    Ok so forgetting all about lyrical value this song is basically about partying, but the beat is AWESOME!

     

    Funkoars - Where I Am

    A pretty popular song but it's obvious why. One of my favourite songs from their latest album.

     

    Vents - Rolling Balls

    Great song. 'Nuff Said.

     

    Briggs - Rather Be Dead

    Briggs is basically the Australian Biggie Smalls so its only fitting for him to use 'Hypnotise' in one of his songs.

     

    That's all folks!


  13. Hip hop's really messed up these days. it seems that anybody with autotune thinks they're a frickin rap star. For this reasons, the only modern hip hop I listen to is aussie hip hop, which at least has lyrical value. This youtube commenter summed it up beautifully, read it, it's worth it:

     

    Its the differences in culture that split apart what 'hip hop' is all over the world, hip hop has always been about having something to say and expressing it on a platform that allows the theories and poetry to be expressed. We see alot of hip hop being dominated by the ego around the world, which has set Aus apart in a way because alot of people won't listen to you down here unless you have something real to say ie. politics, as opposed to statements about women, cars, guns and money. Peace.

     

    Although I f**king love old school hip hop, I feel this is f**king spot on.

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