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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Polls' started by Kreis, Mar 6, 2014.

  1. MetalSonic

    MetalSonic Orderan' Defendan'

    Yup! He's a good guy! Havent tried Sonic Boom or Lost World other then the demo yet, but of every other one I've played I certainly got that out of.

    See what you mean with "become". Lately SEGA's been basting him with sass and pop-offs.
    I mean, he's always been like that, but there was a bit more of a serious tone when it came to enemies, and it didn't really come off as strong but maybe it's partly his new VA?

    Though it is just a buncha animals fighting an evil genius, I kind of miss when they took themselves seriously. Now that every game is Saturday cartoon mode, chars like Shadow, Rouge, and Omega are standing around like "ok what do we do"
     
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  2. THRILLHO

    THRILLHO nothin' at all

    lol if you thought sonic was ever a likeable character. he was uncool in the 90s and now he's dated and uncool
     
  3. MetalSonic

    MetalSonic Orderan' Defendan'

    what the heck...I thought Sonic was way past cool...
     
  4. emeraldellie

    emeraldellie Δ Staff Member Admin

    I mean I don't think it would be a $40 game on the 3ds, but considering most mobile games are <$5 a tiny Chao garden type of thing would work great at that price point. Just throw in a couple of those tiny chao garden mini games to get rings and you're set.
     
  5. The Admiral

    The Admiral solid state survivor

    tbh sonic was always about a decade behind. the intro to sonic cd seems like it came out of the 80s
     
  6. Week so far: U.S. announces that it will allow negotiations with terrorists, a witch hunt on inanimate objects (confederate flag and statues of confederate figures) and Bobby Jindal announces he is running for President. I do believe I'm in Hell.
     
  7. Pigeon Mitch

    Pigeon Mitch Eraser Rain

    This makes two of us. I'm beginning to lose my faith in humanity all over again. I lost most of it on the presumed doomsday.
     
  8. bobjr

    bobjr It's Fusion, I don't have to expalin it. Staff Member Moderator

    The Confederate flag is dumb and Sherman should have burned them all.
     
  9. Mr. Reloaded

    Mr. Reloaded An enigma

    The removal of the Confederate flag will outrage the rednecks! Haha

    Better get my popcorn ready.
     
  10. The Admiral

    The Admiral solid state survivor

    To be fair: the Confederate flag doesn't directly make people racist. But on the other hand, maybe freely flying racist symbols is not such a good idea, to put it lightly.
     
  11. Excitable Boy

    Excitable Boy is a metaphor

    feels good to live in New England

    feels mixed going to Florida
     
  12. Pigeon Mitch

    Pigeon Mitch Eraser Rain

    I wish I was back in Australia. Then again, I don't think I want to be there right now with Abbott running the country.
     
  13. junkieloser

    junkieloser legalize self abuse.

    my free speech is being threatened cus i can't fly a flag that symbolizes little other than the oppression of a race in modern context ;_;

    you poor soul
     
  14. emeraldellie

    emeraldellie Δ Staff Member Admin

    I mean there's a reason why some European countries completely ban nazi imagery. Leave it in a museum but that shouldn't be sanctioned by the government
     
  15. Excitable Boy

    Excitable Boy is a metaphor

    it's not even free speech that's being threatened, since private citizens can still fly it (I mean, they shouldn't, but they can)
     
  16. I fly the American Flag on my property, stranger danger. If supporting individuals' rights to display a flag that they believe to symbolize southern pride, heritage, etc. is racist, fine by me.
    Never had a Confederate Flag myself, nor will i ever. Personally don't like design, nor do i like it because it's usually what country boys have down here and i'm not that.
     
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  17. in general, the government forcing black people to subsidize a symbol of their own oppression with their tax money is wrong. Lewis black said it well, if you love it so much you can put it above your fireplace, but flying it above the state capitol and on public grounds is completely unacceptable. Government represents everyone, or at least it should. Aside from that, the flag is also a symbol of open rebellion to the government of the United States. It's the traitor flag, let's get serious here. That alone should be reason enough to explain why it should never be on public grounds.
     
    Last edited: Jun 25, 2015
  18. emeraldellie

    emeraldellie Δ Staff Member Admin

    pretty much. if individuals want to basically hang a giant sign that says I AM A RACIST outside their door fine, but the government should not be doing that.


    reminds me of at my college when the guys who lived in the agriculture house had a racist/homophobic sign, noose, and confederate flag, and people got mad that they were made to take it down. sorry but when you get subsidized housing on university property and are a division of the university staff you have more restrictions on you.
     
  19. bobjr

    bobjr It's Fusion, I don't have to expalin it. Staff Member Moderator

    Remember people still aren't convinced the Civil War wasn't about slavery at all, and call it the War of Northern Aggression.
     
  20. Auraninja

    Auraninja Gre-nin-ja!

    I agree with this pretty much. When you privately have the flag hanging around your house, you can think whatever about it. If you have it where many people see it, then it shouldn't be there.

    Being in Texas and all, I know a bit of its history. The city of Houston is named after Sam Houston, the hero of Texas Independence from Mexico, and President of the state. After the state was annexed, Houston was a high ranking official (Senator and Governor). After the talk about succession came about, Houston refused to recognize it, and he was ousted for that.
     

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