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  • I am totally winning this game.... I think?

  • @Irishmile said: I am abandoning the numbering nonsense

    Candy Corn

    If they made Sam and Max comics by anyone other than Steve.

    World of Warcraft

    Having Kids

    Tax breaks for the rich.

    Nay to abandoning numbers. Bad call, dood.

    Nay

    Nay

    Nay

    Nay, this is a lousy world to be bringing children into.

    and Nay. Pay your fair share, richy!

    Also, how did this end up in forum games? I thought the people had spoken. We wanted it to stay in discussion, it seemed. After all, are we not discussing? The move is a bad call and you should probably feel bad. :mad:

  • @Comrade Pants said: Also, how did this end up in forum games? I thought the people had spoken. We wanted it to stay in discussion, it seemed.

    Oh, poor naive Pants, thinking that counts for shit.

    Also, I could've sworn the move happened before the discussion about it.

  • @GuruGuru214 said: Oh, poor naive Pants, thinking that counts for shit.

    Also, I could've sworn the move happened before the discussion about it.


    Moi? Naive? I thought you believed true happiness existed in the world. Glass houses, man. Glass houses.

    In any case, paying attention is not my forte, so it may well have.

  • @Irishmile said: I am abandoning the numbering nonsense

    Yay.


    Candy Corn
    If they made Sam and Max comics by anyone other than Steve.
    World of Warcraft
    Having Kids
    Tax breaks for the rich.

    Never tried it.

    Yeah, it depends on who it is. If someone's capable of capturing/emulating the humour, the style and the visual side of it, then sure, why not?

    No, it's a scam, and that's all it is. It might be a very elaborate, enticing scam, with many appealing elements. But, at its core, it's a money/time/life-sucking creation of pure evil.

    Naybe (a word meaning maybe, but leaning towards the 'no'/'nay' option more-so).

    Nay. Hell nay. Wouldn't it only cause more wealth disparity?

  • Why do so many people hate Candy Corn? That stuff tastes great.

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    30. Ke$ha
    NAY. But then again, heard the name for the first time just now.

    31. Mars settlement
    NAY. Seriously, what for? That dream is a little too far off right now, and other pressing business closer.

    32. Organized religion
    NAY. Religion for the individual: YAY.

    33.'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides'
    YAYBE. Liked the book, but it has been plagiarized to death already.

    34. 'Puzzle Agent' season
    NAY. No offense, but the energy would be better spent elsewhere.

    35. Portable Computing
    YAY, why not?

    36. DRM-Free games
    YAY. But that's a little like the communism issue: Good in theory...

    37. Internet Kill Switch
    NAY. That is one trigger our countries should not have.

    38. PCs
    YAYBE. There's a lot of pain coming with that pleasure.

    39. MACS
    NAY. There's too much pain coming with that pleasure.

    40. abandoning numbers
    NAY. I can see above that chaos would ensue.

    41. Candy Corn
    No opinion.

    42. If they made Sam and Max comics by anyone other than Steve.
    NAY. Thankfully, won't ever happen anyway.

    43. World of Warcraft
    NAY. My life's wasted enough as it is.

    44. Having Kids
    YAY. Why not??

    45. Tax breaks for the rich.
    NAY. For the RICH?? For the RICH?? WTF??

    46. 'YAY or NAY thread' being moved to Forum Games.
    NAY. Yes, forum moderators may disagree on some issues from time to time. :D

    **new**47. Abigail Breslin movies
    YAY.

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    Vainamoinen Moderator

    @Comrade Pants said: For this:
    A little comic to make a big point.

    I love that comic. I'm not sure if the message is that clear, though. With the words of a German songwriter: "We could well heal hunger, but we'd have to share a little better". But famine doesn't seem to be the point the comic wants to make - it's resources in general. But a martian exodus is a fantasy that doesn't even try to approach the problem.

  • @Vainamoinen said: I love that comic. I'm not sure if the message is that clear, though. With the words of a German songwriter: "We could well heal hunger, but we'd have to share a little better". But famine doesn't seem to be the point the comic wants to make - it's resources in general. But a martian exodus is a fantasy that doesn't even try to approach the problem.

    My point is that we, as humans, don't have it in us to share. That's why Communism fails when you try to apply it in real life. Therefore, my favored solution is to get people to stop having so many children that they can't take care of (especially in dangerously impoverished regions) and begin mining other planets for their resources.

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