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#3479028 123 Worst Muscians of all Time

Posted by SmashySmashy on 15 November 2014 - 08:24 PM

Animal collective and foo fighters were particularly on the nose.


So was the one about Rush. I guess I am dork then, and bloody proud of it.


#3450313 Random Access Memories

Posted by SmashySmashy on 21 May 2013 - 04:34 PM

I listened to the stream of the album a couple of times and I seriously don't understand how people like Get Lucky, it's such an average song, especially for Daft Punk. I was honestly expecting something better, but it's not bad by today's musical standards to be honest.


#3447469 Hello everybloody, hows it all hanging.

Posted by SmashySmashy on 10 April 2013 - 02:51 PM

Mine are hanging pretty well :D

 

Life is good, got a decent paying job and my own set of wheels that I have already paid off. Working on saving up for my own place now and I am looking towards doing a distance education program while I am working full time, I'd like to move from my current department into automation as a robotics technician.




#3447468 New Toy to play with

Posted by SmashySmashy on 10 April 2013 - 02:45 PM

That's a pretty rad guitar there Rick. Mustangs have always had a certain I don't know what about them that makes them awesome, and a retro awesome sound.

 

Aren't those switches in an awkward position for playing though?




#3433061 The Herr Just Did A Big Poo

Posted by SmashySmashy on 12 September 2012 - 06:21 PM

Did you weigh your poo in Courics, Herr?


#3432358 Clint Eastwood talks to empty chair to back Mitt Romney

Posted by SmashySmashy on 05 September 2012 - 03:14 PM

Gus's point reminds me of that time Matt Damon was worried about Sarah Palin being allowed to launch nukes because she doesn't believe in dinosaurs or something. he made a good point.


Rule #1 of politics in America: Don't trust anyone from Alaska who preaches abstinence that has an 18 year old single pregnant daughter.


#3427768 My car was just stolen

Posted by SmashySmashy on 15 July 2012 - 06:00 AM

Lesson learned, don't join the military?


#3425583 I was reading some of your warn logs

Posted by SmashySmashy on 17 June 2012 - 05:12 PM

I didn't think the Irish aspired to anything


#3423496 New lap top

Posted by SmashySmashy on 25 May 2012 - 12:44 PM

I honestly recommend looking at MSI, Asus or Lenovo laptops. Dollar for dollar, they offer better value then all the Dell, HP and Acer bullshit you see at Futureshop or Best Buy. Also, since the 3rd generation Intel Core i7 series is now available, as well as the mobile versions of AMD's 7000 series or Nvidia's 600 series graphics chips, you have more options.

Lenovo makes very rugged computers, sure they are fugly but they perform well and are built with quality. If you are looking at something that will last you 4 years, you are going to have to stretch your budget to 1200-1500 bucks.

i also need a laptop. one i can play skyrim on pls


Asus G55VW-DS71 is the only laptop you need, it will play most games just fine.


#3418919 So, you're stuck on a desert Island.

Posted by SmashySmashy on 08 April 2012 - 05:25 PM

Paws are all you need. You humans.


Furry

Fox jerky is miserable stuff. Shoe leather would be tastier. The coats are nice though.


You know what's really good jerky, duck. Caribou is good eatin' too.


#3418752 Saudia Arabia to send a woman to the Olympics

Posted by SmashySmashy on 07 April 2012 - 11:43 AM

i bet your cunt was full of sand afterwards


Probably still is

Culture creates religion in the first place. If Christianity were created from scratch today do you think it would be the same?


Just look at Scientology and every other post 20th century religion that has been created, that should give you a good indication as to whether or not Christianity would be the same now as it was at it's founding. Then again, society has changed a lot in 2000 years, and unfortunately many religious traditions are barbaric by today's standards, some even immoral just by human standards.


who are you and what have you done with smashy?


edit: i think we need to clear up when 'christianity' started - coz jesus was doing a heavy jewish thing (whilst in his corporeal body), as sixy would point out you need Paul (who never 'actually' met jesus) to bring in the none jews and fuck off the law for love some so mamy years later. so to compare it to scientology you'd have to wait for there to be a massive scism and for their nutjob antics to diverge into to two forms of modus operandi then iron out the bugs and reform as a newer, leaner, meaner and greener fighting machine - which is obviously not going to happen coz its a massive fucking pyramid scheme


Of course, but knowing what we know now as a society, one would have to determine whether or not our course of history would be altered without Christianity, or any other religion for that matter. There are a lot of events in our history that were driven by faith, especially if you look at the Roman Catholic church and their history, conquering nations and starting wars.

Anyway, I find the whole notion of culture and religion preventing someone from doing something they love, or even from having a normal life, rather deplorable. The oppression of women in certain cultures is completely accepted by it's practitioners, however the rest of the world views it as barbaric. The thing is though that the rest of the world as a society has evolved and become more open minded and accepting to changes in our society (for the most part, don't mention same sex marriage and transgenderism to certain religious groups though), yet some people still act like the world revolves around them in the 15th century with their ideals.


#3417960 Saudia Arabia to send a woman to the Olympics

Posted by SmashySmashy on 31 March 2012 - 06:23 AM

i bet your cunt was full of sand afterwards


Probably still is

Culture creates religion in the first place. If Christianity were created from scratch today do you think it would be the same?


Just look at Scientology and every other post 20th century religion that has been created, that should give you a good indication as to whether or not Christianity would be the same now as it was at it's founding. Then again, society has changed a lot in 2000 years, and unfortunately many religious traditions are barbaric by today's standards, some even immoral just by human standards.


#3404216 Car Insurance Premiums Too High?

Posted by SmashySmashy on 11 December 2011 - 07:46 PM

I think most people don't know how to drive, let alone teach others how to drive.


Most people don't know how to drive regardless of where they come from, however people who have never driven in conditions like ice and snow are more likely to have an accident due to the inability to properly time their starts and stops. Nationality doesn't matter, I see dumbass white people on the roads here and they wind up slamming into someone in the winter. You would think that people who grow up in this country would be the gods of winter driving, but apparently that isn't the case.

At least my own car has winter tires on it, and I can plough through ice encrusted roads with a reasonable layer of snow on them without sliding all over the place. God knows that for the money I have spent, I can't afford an accident right now.


#3404213 Car Insurance Premiums Too High?

Posted by SmashySmashy on 11 December 2011 - 07:38 PM

based on their assumed previous exposure, which he based on their assumed nationality. and then of course he ignored peoples' ability to learn new things and even excel at them (i mean, just look at your ability to defend a racist smashy post! who knew you had it in you?)


Sorry, but if you come from a desert country, you have never driven in snow.


#3401397 Occupy Wallstreet

Posted by SmashySmashy on 19 November 2011 - 12:31 PM

In regards to taking down these Occupy camps, there is rather large moral grey area that governments face in dealing with the protesters. Yes, it's their right to protest and do so in a peaceful manner as well. However, I know at least here, it's against the law to camp in a public park like they are doing at St. James Park in Toronto. Also, with the onset of winter quickly approaching, the government is concerned about the health and safety of the protesters and in a lot of cases, it's more about protecting the people then interrupting their protesting which some people seem to think is the issue. They are trying to protect the protesters like they do every winter for homeless people, by getting them off the streets and into an environment that will keep them safe, in this case they want people to go home. I find the shutting down of camps that have turned violent to be rather disrespectful, mainly in part of the protesters. I understand their point, but it's also up to the police to enforce the rules, and if you are evicted they do have the authority to remove you from the premises, people get violent because they don't get what they want and then everyone blames the cops for following through on court orders.

It's been a rather mild November, however in my 25 years on this planet, a warmer November means a really messy and snowy December.





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