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 Topic: Azazel
Azazel [message #470583] Mon, 02 July 2012 19:08
Vince  is currently offline Vince  
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Registered: October 2011
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it is clear to see you are the most hated nerd on these forums.. would you like a hug? Big Ups

[Updated on: Mon, 02 July 2012 19:10]

 Topic: The Story of Your Enslavement
The Story of Your Enslavement [message #445493] Sun, 03 April 2011 07:30
Messages: 48
Registered: March 2010
From: *

u wont regret 13 mins watching.
 Topic: Frank Klepacki on RA3
Frank Klepacki on RA3 [message #341908] Sat, 19 July 2008 16:34
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Messages: 3069
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Permabanned for trying and failing DDoS
From: *

What Music Type would you like ?[ 17 vote(s) ]
1.Music like in RA 1 5 / 29%
2.Music like in RA 2 7 / 41%
3.Modern Music from today 5 / 29%

*Edit* I love every RA1 Soundtrack!

[Updated on: Sat, 19 July 2008 16:35]

 Topic: the iraq war is a good thing
the iraq war is a good thing [message #293646] Mon, 29 October 2007 21:15
Messages: 833
Registered: January 2007
Location: Long Beach, California
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black and proud
 Topic: GTA4: Revenge of Rockstar against Jack Thompson
icon10.gif  GTA4: Revenge of Rockstar against Jack Thompson [message #284976] Tue, 18 September 2007 11:08
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Registered: March 2003
Location: Toronto

From: *

Jack Thompson Says GTA 4 Mission Target is Him; Threatens to Block Release

Plenty of gamers would give their left arm to be included in Grand Theft Auto IV.

Miami attorney Jack Thompson, however, claims that he's depicted in the game and wants out. And he threatens to block the release of GTA IV if Rockstar doesn't comply.


...first killing mission of the "hero" of the game, Niko, is to kill a certain lawyer. When Niko comes into this lawyer's office, having used subterfuge to do so, Niko pulls a gun on the lawyer who says, "that the firm supports the second amendment and that 'Guns don't kill people. Video games do.'"

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 Topic: If you are familiar with IRC and IRC networks, you may find this interesting...
If you are familiar with IRC and IRC networks, you may find this interesting... [message #205786] Tue, 27 June 2006 16:31
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Messages: 6506
Registered: March 2003
Location: Jackson, Michigan
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From: * /047380.html

This guy is a fraud, a joke, and obviously an idiot. He makes baby Jesus cry.

Libertarian Party | The King's Throne | The Soda Shop
 Topic: Not Relevant to America, But Pretty Funny (In My Opinion)
Not Relevant to America, But Pretty Funny (In My Opinion) [message #191913] Sun, 05 March 2006 08:44
SuperFlyingEngi  is currently offline SuperFlyingEngi  
Messages: 1756
Registered: November 2003
General (1 Star)
From: *
I think this is a pretty clever system

"To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public." -- Theodore Roosevelt (1918)

"The danger to political dissent is acute where the Government attempts to act under so vague a concept as the power to protect "domestic security." Given the difficulty of defining the domestic security interest, the danger of abuse in acting to protect that interest becomes apparent. --U.S. Supreme Court decision (407 U.S. 297 (1972)

The Liberal Media At Work
An objective look at media partisanship
 Topic: Canadian News: Lol, not again.
Canadian News: Lol, not again. [message #118564] Tue, 05 October 2004 20:33
Vitaminous  is currently offline Vitaminous  
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Registered: February 2003
Location: Québec
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For whoever's concerned by this, please read my signature or read the newspapers tomorrow.

So far we know that the NDP will be voting for it and the BQ against it, we don't know about the Conservatives yet.

If the Conservatives vote against it, we're going back to the polls and the election will/should begin in a week.

I suck cock and love it... absolutely love it. And I just got banned for being too immature to be allowed to post here.
 Topic: Funny
Funny [message #116398] Fri, 24 September 2004 16:46
SuperFlyingEngi  is currently offline SuperFlyingEngi  
Messages: 1756
Registered: November 2003
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Nothing much to debate over, but this gave me a chuckle.

"To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public." -- Theodore Roosevelt (1918)

"The danger to political dissent is acute where the Government attempts to act under so vague a concept as the power to protect "domestic security." Given the difficulty of defining the domestic security interest, the danger of abuse in acting to protect that interest becomes apparent. --U.S. Supreme Court decision (407 U.S. 297 (1972)

The Liberal Media At Work
An objective look at media partisanship
 Topic: This Land
This Land [message #103707] Fri, 23 July 2004 18:36
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Registered: August 2003
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 Topic: Anyone that play Renegade live near the Kelowna BC fires?
Anyone that play Renegade live near the Kelowna BC fires? [message #42288] Sun, 24 August 2003 10:17
jon200000  is currently offline jon200000  
Messages: 23
Registered: March 2003
Location: Montreal, Quebec
I live in Eastern Canada, but my father lives out West in BC and he was one of the first 10,000 evacuated from Kelowna when that monster fire erupted off the hillsides. I think he might of lost his house like many others. I feal helpless just sitting here in the East and watching his whole community burn down to the ground. I know that the western states are also having a bad fire year. Does anyone on this forum know anyone affected by forest fires this year?*

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 Topic: About this forum...
About this forum... [message #40831] Tue, 19 August 2003 18:42
Crimson  is currently offline Crimson  
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Registered: February 2003
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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We discuss hot topics in here... but please TRY and keep it civil. Try to avoid name calling. If you believe in your stance and what you're saying enough, you should be able to state it without personal insults.

This forum will be, for all intents and purposes, unmoderated. Though these forums, and also the internet, do not guarantee you freedom of speech, American or not, you will pretty much have it in here, so long as it's not abused. You will be contacted privately if you get out of hand.

Now, with that said, have fun!

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 Topic: mSS
mSS [message #17689] Tue, 29 April 2003 12:05
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Registered: February 2003
Location: Milky Way - Orion Arm - S...

"None shall pass"

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There are times when you must run - and times when you must fight - I choose - fight"
 Topic: A new TV show Idea: "Saddam & Son"
A new TV show Idea: "Saddam & Son" [message #12519] Tue, 08 April 2003 06:36
Anlesauk  is currently offline Anlesauk  
Messages: 53
Registered: February 2003
Location: New York City

How 'bout this for an entertaining new Reality TV show. A throwback, remake of an old show with a twist. Saddam and his son are captured, and instead of hanging them, we send them off on exile to run a junkyard.

"Saddam & Son"

A grumpy old psychopathic former dictator runs a failing junkyard with his son as his only true companion. Due to the sticky nature of the situation, and no one to kill at a whim, the entire program is focused on Saddam's hatred of how his son botched the running of the Iraqi military and allowed them to get their butts spanked all over the Iraqi desert. We see the old man in every episode trying to find some way to use his resources to "whack" his son, but never quite gets the picture that nothing he can do will work as the TV producers thwart him at every turn. You see Saddam continually telling the viewers that his son has been killed in one way or another at least three times in every episode, only to see the son making funny faces to the camera behind his father's back.

If you have any more ideas for this show, please add them.

"We fight for the One, we die for the One!"
 Topic: NBCs David Bloom dies in Iraq
NBCs David Bloom dies in Iraq [message #12210] Sun, 06 April 2003 14:56
Aaron[WWEXP]  is currently offline Aaron[WWEXP]  
Messages: 38
Registered: February 2003
Location: Michigan,USA

I just heard about this on the TV on NBC. :'( :'(


NEW YORK, April 6 David Bloom, an NBC News correspondent traveling with the U.S. Armys 3rd Infantry Division outside Baghdad, died Sunday, NBC announced. Bloom, a 39-year-old husband and father of three, died of an apparent pulmonary embolism, the company said. He was the second American journalist to die in Iraq since the war began.

Very sad to hear Sad Anyone know what a pulmonary embolism is?

To read more click here.

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 Topic: remember your representatives!
remember your representatives! [message #11277] Tue, 01 April 2003 23:59
spotelmo  is currently offline spotelmo  
Messages: 273
Registered: February 2003
Location: nebraska
it may seem early, but i'm listening to cnn radio on the pc right now and a story they just reported has bugged me.
please remember at election time the things your senators/politicians have said recently. most especially, 3 democrats in the senate... i hope i get these right... these are all against the war, feel sadaam is no threat, very anti bush, say the war is illegal etc

ohio/dennis casinish(sp?) says unjust illegal
texas/ sheila jackson lee
california/diane watson embarassed by the us.
howard dean democrat running for president in 2004

if you hear of any others (republican or democrat) please add them here so that people will hopefully remember when election comes around

for the record, here in nebraska, we have 1 democrat senator(ben nelson) and he is supportative of the war and bush in most things. our other representatives are republican and are also pro war/pro bush
 Topic: Letter from a soldier.....
Letter from a soldier..... [message #11242] Tue, 01 April 2003 20:01
JVTech  is currently offline JVTech  
Messages: 28
Registered: March 2003
I just got this e-mail from my girlfriend, and not sure if you guys have seen this yet but I thought it good enough to share. All I can say to this guy is, Amen brother, Amen.


A California mother whose son is right now in Kuwait, wrote her son asking how he would feel if she joined other relatives of service members in an anti-war demonstration in Hollywood last month. After reading her son's response, she elected not to participate.
Dear Mom:

It's really your decision to march if you want to or not. You are the one who has to decide if what we are doing out here is right or not. My opinion is not yours. I do, however, have things I would like for you and Grandma and everyone else at home to know.
I am a United States soldier. I was sworn to defend my country against all enemies, foreign and domestic. People may not agree with the things we are ordered to do. I would like to address those people by telling them that terrorism is not only a threat to us as Americans, but to many other innocent people in the world.
What type of country would we be if we didn't defend the rights and freedoms of others, not because they're Americans, but how about just because they're human?
We live in a country where people feel secure with their daily lives. They do business like usual and don't worry about the thought of terrorism actually happening to them. The people of 9-11 thought the same thing. We now know that it can happen to anyone at any time.
Yet as Americans we're afraid of losing our soldiers to defend our security. I can only speak for myself when I say that my life is an easy expense to ensure that my family and friends can live in peace.
I strongly believe in what we are doing and wish you were here to see for yourselves the honor and privilege that American soldiers aboard this ship are feeling, knowing that we are going to be a part of something so strong and so meaningful to the safety of our loved ones.
Then you would know what this potential war is about. We will stand tall in front of terrorism and defeat it. We as soldiers are not afraid of what may happen. We are only afraid of Americans not being able to
understand why we are here. I ask for your courage as Americans to be strong for us.
I ask for your understanding in what we believe is right. I ask for your support in what we are sworn to do: defend our country and the life of all. We will succeed in our task and will end the threat of terrorism in our back yard.
We will also end the threat of terrorism in our neighbors'. We have to remind ourselves of what this country stands for: life, liberty and justice for all. In order to maintain those rights we have to stop the threat of terrorism.
I am proud to be here. I will be coming home, but not until I know that it's going to be safe for all Americans and for everyone I love. My family is first. My country is where they live. I will defend it

Lonnie J. Lewis
Navy corpsman
C Co. 1/4 WPN PLT
UIC 39726
FPO AP 966139726

P.S. Mom, please send this to everyone who has a hard time understanding why we are here. Ask the paper to put what I've said in a column so that others will know why we are here and what we are here for.

I love you all and will be home soon. I left my address so that if anyone feels like writing to let me know how they feel, they can.

 Topic: Funny stuff.
Funny stuff. [message #9508] Tue, 25 March 2003 11:51
KIRBY098  is currently offline KIRBY098  
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I have found the funniest site on the net, other than the Iraqi News Agency:

If you want a real good laugh, read about how Iraqi commanders in war games "let" the Americans win one scenario. they must be letting us win now too. Laughing

Havocsnipe, stop quoting from this propaganda, which keeps proving itself wrong day after day.

 Topic: interesting reading
interesting reading [message #9314] Mon, 24 March 2003 13:22
spotelmo  is currently offline spotelmo  
Messages: 273
Registered: February 2003
Location: nebraska
the only known website purported to be done by an eyewitness iraqi in baghdad. giving daily accounts of the war.
 Topic: OT: Saddam gets the "fish eye"
OT: Saddam gets the "fish eye" [message #8733] Sat, 22 March 2003 04:25
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Messages: 3321
Registered: February 2003
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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Forum: General Discussion
 Topic: An amazing chance for a 3D 'print'
An amazing chance for a 3D 'print' [message #488452] Tue, 08 July 2014 12:13
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 Topic: Nice Mammoth Rush :)
Nice Mammoth Rush :) [message #488339] Fri, 04 July 2014 12:54
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Registered: September 2003
Location: Netherlands
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 Topic: After playing Renegade-X
After playing Renegade-X [message #486472] Thu, 27 February 2014 02:43
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Messages: 34
Registered: December 2007
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I forgot what it was like to have noobs in a Ren match.

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 Topic: Ship sinking video - wow!
Ship sinking video - wow! [message #484441] Tue, 12 November 2013 11:51
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Registered: May 2007
General (2 Stars)
From: *
Everyone escaped but you gotta watch this video...this is base destruction!

Turn up the volume.
 Topic: Major PortableRA update released
Major PortableRA update released [message #483681] Fri, 27 September 2013 00:23
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PortableRA is a distribution of the freeware game Red Alert. It's completely modular with easy to use downloads and installers. It comes with optional configuration tool and launcher, cnc-ddraw (for windowed mode, OpenGL and GDI support) and CnCNet v4 (for online play). It also comes with a large patch, ra303p, which I've been working on with hifi. This patch is compatible with the version of the game used by all players online. Red Alert is one of the most played C&C games online with 100+ players on CnCNet v4 every European evening.

This update comes with tons of new features and fixes, including a fix for the radar dome crash, fixes to missions bugs, ability to save skirmish games and the addition of two new map theaters: desert and winter. Bugs with previous versions of PortableRA have been fixed. There is a lot more, you can find a list of patch features at: 6/docs/features.txt

A lot of people helped me and the patch also contains reverse engineered fixes from AlexB's Arda. Credits go to:

CCHyper: Sharing his vast analysed Red Alert engine database with me and code contributions. Also extended the excutable with a game icon.
FunkyFr3sh: Lots of testing, suggestions, game knowledge, language packs, expansion maps converted to .MPR and much more. You're awesome, dude!
Nyerguds: Contributions to the patch and sharing C&C95 engine knowledge.
AlexB: Various ideas and addresses used for Arda's fixes taken from his Arda project. In Additional lots of information taken from the Arda manual.
Allen262: C&C95 desert and winter theater conversions, testing, map fixes, DOS graphics conversions, beta unit recreations, generic cameos for units which don't have cameos.
Merri: Started work on the desert theater conversion which Allen262 based his finished conversion on, also made the game strings editor used by Iran and FunkyFr3sh for language packs and strings fixes
ehy: Suggestions and bug reporting.
Lovehandles: Testing high resolution patches for in-game LAN dialogs. Which took about 4 hours or so. Wink And more helpful testing.
r34ch: Reporting map bugs and game bugs.
Plotkite_Wolf: RedAlertLauncher background image.
djohe: Making useful test maps and reporting game bugs, testing too.

In the future I will add FunkyFr3sh's CnCNet v5 client to PortableRA. CnCNet v5 is the next iteration of the the CnCNet online service for classic C&C games. It has tons of new features, more convenience and is easier to use than CnCNet v4. It's still new and in heavy development but since a week it's feature complete. It's an amazing effort by FunkyFr3sh and I'm happy to announce I will add his client to the next PortableRA update.

PortableRA and the ra303p patch are still betas and considering the huge size of the project it's reasonable to expect some bugs. Please report any bugs you find and remember this is still a beta.

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