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Range_This11 last won the day on December 19 2020

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  1. Range_This11


    Happy Election Day! Go out and VOTE!
  2. From a fellow Tip.It'er, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! If you would like some extra fun, don't forget to drop in on the Forum Games! ^_^

  3. Summertime: Gin and tonic w/ lime, preferably Bombay Sapphire or Nolet's Silver Autumn: Usually switch to scotch neats, either Johnnie or Glenlivet Winter: Brandy/Whisky Old Fashioned, which according to Lewis Black is the unofficial drink of Wisconsin. Can rarely find a bartender who can make them properly in New England. Spring: Stoli Vodka Gimlet I'll drink pretty much any beer, but New Glarus Brewing Co.'s Spotted Cow is the best beer I've ever had in my life. Despite being one of the most popular beers in Wiscosin, the brewing company refuses to sell outside of the state. A guy I know who managed a bar in New York used to make keg runs until the company threatened prosecution. If you're ever in the state, do not leave without trying it.
  4. First of all, I don't think that Putin would have listened to Ronny Raygun if he was president. Second of all, your assessment of the President's apparent weakness on the international stage is unfounded. Gallup polls from April suggest that a vast majority of the world approves of President Obama by a significant margin. Leaders like Putin or Assad would not have rolled over even if General MacArthur was bearing down on them, so your attempt to pin a chain of unrest throughout the world on a "spineless" U.S. president is absurd.
  5. Your perception of lack power and influence that the U.S. projects has nothing to do with our President. In the last ten or twenty years, we've seen many other countries enter the world stage as serious power players. It's not that the U.S. is dwindling, it's just no longer the only show in town.
  6. Range_This11


    I think it depends on how you extract it. Perhaps doing it in mass amounts there's some danger.
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    It takes a seriously dumb human being to blow themselves up trying to make hash oil. And to be honest, I'm not even sure how it would be possible. There's no room for combustion in that process. Something is fishy.
  8. Hold off on the "first big sci-fi" line there. 2001, Planet of the Apes, Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956!!), 1953 War of the Worlds, Solaris, Alien, Star Wars, THX 1138 just to name a few that predate Blade Runner. Blade Runner is one of my all-time favorite films Film noir mixed with Sci Fi in a meditation on what it is to be a human? Talk about a film-gasm. Plus a YOUNG Rutger Hauer--the "time to die" monologue he has at the end was a complete deviation from the original script and one of the most beautiful moments in cinema history. I thought the music was perfect, but I'm a sucker for synth music in film--though I never used to be. Anything in David Lynch or John Carpenter films is almost a guaranteed synth fest. Blade Runner 2 with the original crew is in the works, and they have publicly asked Harrison Ford to star again. With him returning to his role in the upcoming Star Wars film, it's possible he might agree to return as the one and only Deckard.
  9. RS always was, its just most of us were 12 when we started so we had no idea about efficient methods nor the patience to actually try them. I dont think the low efficiency average player ever went away. Even today Im sure they still make up most players. I don't know man.... There was always a most efficient way of completing tasks, but the serious statistical analysis was something I never saw until after '07. I played pretty seriously until I realized that the amount of cash required to max out was not something I wanted to dedicate my spare time to. I was about 20 when that happened, and by that time I was much more interested in playing Battlefield and drinking with my real friends. Once I hit 21, going out and chasing women became more fun to me. I still look back on the time I spent on RS as good though. I mostly played with a group from my hometown and never joined up with any clans or even the HYT group.
  10. I've been single for four years now and I'm not planning on changing that anytime soon. I'm gonna run up the score until I get it out of my system.
  11. There is really no limit to how much you disgust me.
  12. Jack Dempsey, the fiercest boxer to ever step in the ring.
  13. I was 2005 member, but started this TIF account when my original Runescape account got banned. I wanna say I started playing in 6th or 7th grade in 2002. That was when we still had dial-up at my parents' house and I mostly played in study hall at school. Quit playing shortly after Dungeoneering came out. I don't know if the game sucked or if I just got too old for it. Probably a little of both.
  14. Did you ever watch the original Cosmos series with Carl Sagan? Also, if you love the Matrix films you should check out the ones I mentioned in the post above. Not as deep of a story line philosophically speaking, but they're on par with the fight sequences!
  15. The Raid: Redemption Raid 2 Utterly AMAZING movies. Best fight scenes and excellent stories to go with them. Redemption has a better plot, but I thought that Raid 2 had better cinematography. If you haven't seen them, I can assure you that you will not be disappointed.
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