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Zierro

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About Zierro

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    Dragon Slayer
  • Birthday 12/17/1990

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  1. Zierro

    Whats up

    This is exactly what happens when people become too scared to challenge the norm. I warned yall, but noooo.
  2. To constantly improve yourself is contagious.
  3. I came onto the internet as someone who would abbreviate everything possible, but then I slowly shifted towards grammar and punctuation simply because it feels more natural and looks sexier.
  4. My question about agnostic atheism: Why is there a need for such a redundant label? It is already establishing the relation with a god/lack of god into your life, which sheds some sort of importance onto the subject. It's almost like calling myself anti-Twilight because I don't like Twilight. The message is technically true, but the vibe you get from it just seems a little unnecessary and misleading - like I'm going out of my way for people to distinguish what makes me stand out as opposed to just living my life by not liking Twilight. That is to say, if you consider your belief the default, then there is nothing to "stand out" from and the theists should be the ones worrying about the labels they crafted upon themselves - not the ones who merely choose to walk away from other people's wild idealistic terrains. How can we achieve a more secular society when we are constantly talking about god?
  5. Zierro

    KONY 2012

    Well played. :thumbup:
  6. Competitive games like Pokemon will always have that factor of luck. Plus it's still a gamble for the trainer to rely on such chancy methods, especially when there are ways to turn it around on them.
  7. I somehow dance to Tool. Parabola's drumming just gets me into the groove!
  8. Very dependent on situation. I find it's convenient to keep the habit of going for headshots, but if someone is barely visible (like strafing through obstacles) then you just want to get what you can take.
  9. I'll be interested in buying whatever version allows actual Pokemon battling online. The random Wifi crap just gives you 10-year-olds that leave as soon as you kill one of their Pokemon, and the "pro" Nintendo rules are ridiculously biased and render Pokemon that are dependent on stat-reducing moves completely useless. I can't use my Starmie that has Scald, Recover, Cosmic Power, and Minimize off the basis that it's too unfair, but IV-hacking a Chandelure that can one-shot everything is fine? I mean, there's moves like Haze, Mind Reader, and Sheer Cold for a reason. /vent
  10. Last match I went 13-0 in Team Death Match by sniping on top of a low building with enemies flanking me from literally all four directions. Slowly but surely gettin better. :shades: EDIT: Oh, and I want to give an overall thumbs up to the developers for making such an unpredictable competitive experience, but at the same time isn't nearly as luck-based as Call of Duty. They could've done a lot better with the bugs though... especially given the fact that they charge you extra to play online. Nonetheless, still the best FPS I've played to date.
  11. Currently playing/researching: World of Warcraft, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (3-heart-challenge), Final Fantasy 8, Sonic Adventure 2: Battle, Super Mario 64, with the occasional Halo or Battlefield matches thrown in here and there. My friends and I got a bunch of expensive game making books from a former Valencia student... for free! Now my excessive gaming and over-analyzing can be put to good use since it qualifies as a stepping stone in career-building.
  12. For me, being reminded of this basic fact is actually a nice thing. I was kind of in shock when I first read that, but thinking harder on it, it is oddly empowering. The fact that we even have a chance to [bleep] about unfairness at all is a miracle. On topic: Dubstep/Techno/House. I can't even explain why - it's like an intelligent mosquito that knows precisely which buttons of yours to push.
  13. Zierro

    KONY 2012

    I thought it was a noble cause until I saw the prices for the "awareness kits". Good luck. The internet already exploded and scattered into sects of unwavering vigilantism and determined skepticism.
  14. The fact that, despite how long you research or how hard you push or how patient or courteous you are, you're still just the same rag doll as everyone else when it comes to nature.
  15. Because it's what gets you social relationships which leads to food, water, shelter, and a job. A little self-consciousness and self-criticism can go along way, but remember that you can never please everybody.
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