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The Saloon (Off Topic) / Re: Which former member do you miss the most?
« on: November 10, 2018, 04:58:59 PM »
I wonder where Floof is these days. He used to play that xbone free game (Nevermind? Something like that) a lot. Caught up with him 3 years or so ago. He seemed to be doing well. Was always a hoot.

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wow hey guys it’s been a while haha. ramelli sent me a msg on psn. awesome to see you guys are still riding! yeehaw!

Our creator has returned 😁

Glad to see you back MC 😎

Oh shit... He's back!

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Red Dead Redemption 2 / Re: Spoilers for RDR2
« on: November 07, 2018, 01:39:00 PM »
Not really a spoiler, but I'll use the tags for the faint of heart...

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Can someone please post some screenshots of Tumbleweed and MacFarlane's Ranch? I'm eager to see how RDR2 has portrayed them. Also a screenshot of the entire map would be cool if possible. Can't seem to find any decent ones so far.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 / Re: Red Dead 2 Screen Shots and Videos.
« on: November 05, 2018, 01:49:23 PM »
Cool to see some old names back and glad to hear that RDR2 hasn't disappointed!

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Red Dead Redemption 2 / Re: Red Dead Redemption 2 Official Trailer #2
« on: September 29, 2017, 10:11:37 AM »
I have to agree that this trailer just didn't get me excited like I'd hoped. I'm sure the game will be fantastic though, although I seem to have taken an instant dislike to the main guy (I just don't like his face).

It's a baby face that they combined with a forced deep voice. It just doesn't work... Marston's grizzly face went well with his voice-actor, it was convincing. When I hear this new Morgan's voice, I picture someone like Sam Elliot/Landon Ricketts, but instead they present a baby-faced pooch. The dude needs some facial hair... Perhaps the game will include a barber's shop where you can give him a beard or moustache, I think that would help...


Fully animated horse balls. Yep. Fully animated horse balls. They swing about realistically. The fully animated horse scrotum puts it over the top for sure.

You got a screenshot (or better yet a GIF)? I don't really feel like skimming through a video searching for an animated horse scrotum...

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Announcements / Re: RDR2 confirmed as being delayed- SPRING 2018
« on: May 26, 2017, 02:59:35 PM »
The new screenshots have a very GTA feel to them... GTA graphics okay, but I hope they won't bring the mechanics into RDR2...

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Red Dead Redemption 2 / Re: Competitive Multiplayer
« on: May 05, 2017, 02:05:29 PM »
If a cougar or bear jumps into my canoe, I'll go mental (thumbsup2)

I love it when cougars jump into my canoe...


On topic though, I would watch the tournaments on Beam if they were streamed. Good idea!

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The Saloon (Off Topic) / Re: Which former member do you miss the most?
« on: April 29, 2017, 10:59:49 AM »
I can only aspire to achieve what that man has.

Having Eric Salvia in your signature is one step in the right direction!

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Announcements / Re: Join our Beam Stream Team!
« on: April 23, 2017, 05:08:49 AM »
Oasis' quote is on point...

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Introductions / Re: Howdy
« on: March 01, 2017, 10:48:27 AM »
GTA Forums...... uptight snobby twats

Smooth dude...


Welcome to the forums Kirsty.

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News, Politics & Religion / Re: News of the day
« on: March 01, 2017, 10:43:42 AM »
Sounds like an alt fact to me.

What bugs me most about this media piss-fest is that this is an issue that needs to be taken seriously. Most media outlets are a bunch of cunts, yet because Trump is doing his little temper tantrum, a whole lot of people are now defending the press and ignoring the fact that they are a bunch of cunts. #thankstrump

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News, Politics & Religion / Re: News of the day
« on: February 16, 2017, 10:49:31 AM »
I would like to see some kind of return to economic left wing principles within the Democrats in the US and centre-left within the EU. There's way too much focus on issues like immigration, abortion, guns, gays, race, etc.

For example: CETA, the EU-Canada trade deal was passed by the EU Parliament a few days ago (and broadly supported by centre-left groups), but these kind of policies increase income inequality and distrust of the "establishment". The worst part about CETA, the EU Parliament's own committee for Employment stated that this deal will cost the EU 200,000 small business jobs and endanger a further 90 million. Regardless, conservatives and liberals voted in favour, only the far-left, most of the greens & the far-right voted against it. This is the kind of shit that leaves people out to dry & pissed off. The left needs to harness that anger & use it rather than dismiss it. Bernie had it going for a little while, but now it seems to have lost most of its direction and meaning.

The "establishment" is fuelling euro-scepticism and nationalism and they don't realise that they're digging their own grave...

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News, Politics & Religion / Re: News of the day
« on: February 08, 2017, 03:05:06 AM »
These protests are not organized by the democrats, these are normal citizens upset with a president who is either borderline retarded or a manipulative liar.

 Like you said, no one knows what the hell the TPP is. Not even Trump supporters. All they saw was "trade" and "China" and Fox News saying it was bad. Maybe if Republicans actually started an information campaign about why these deals are bad for America more people would listen. But they didn't have to. They can just cry havoc and millions Americans will vote for whoever says they will get their jobs back. Yes, the Dems dropped the ball with the blue collar demographic but that is a complaint against the party which is clearly ran by idiots. You have to remember that many leftists DID try to get a proper liberal as the Democrat nominee but were blocked by party politics.



I think we agree on this, but just come to different conclusions.


So let's head to the DNC headquarters after this travel ban is sorted and protest there. I'd like to see that happen.

I get that it isnt a strictly Democrat thing, but almost all of them are using it as a publicity stunt: "look how inhumane Trump is and how passionate I am (BTW let's not talk about fucking Sanders over because that's not progressive)". And people buy this shit. The Democrats (like centre-left parties everywhere) need a major overhall and if they don't realise that soon, we're looking at a second trump/bannon circle jerk.

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Site Suggestions & Bug Reports / Re: How are we doing?
« on: January 01, 2017, 11:13:20 AM »
You mean we weren't monitoring a forum during New Years? What a dereliction of duty!


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Creative & Design / Re: Vexillology
« on: December 28, 2016, 06:31:14 AM »
Saw this and thought of Uca:


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News, Politics & Religion / Re: Decision 2016
« on: November 13, 2016, 04:12:48 PM »
Islam, much like most other religions, is a dangerous doctrine that preaches oppression. Of course I do not - and would never - support the genocide of over a billion people, but I also refuse to make excuses for the practices of this religion (which the mainstream Left seem more than happy to do these days).
After living in Germany for a year, I have seen enough of the so-called "moderate" muslims to feel the need to publicly speak out against these practices. Watching women being treated like second class citizens (wearing full body suits, walking 5 feet behind their husbands, not allowed to go out alone, etc.) is unbelievable. People who claim to be "Progressive" while defending such practices are just hypocritical. Why should we allow (& even support) immoral and inhumane behaviour just because it is labeled a religion?

I think taking in refugees was undoubtably the correct thing to do, but we need to be aware of the fact that the vast majority of the refugees hold values that are fundamentally different and incompatible (yes, incompatible) with our values. That is where we on the Left went wrong, we censored (through public name calling and shaming) anyone who criticised the religion. I did it too when the refugee crisis began. The only people to blame for Trump are ourselves.


All that being said, I believe that the largest threat to us is climate change and it should be tackled first and foremost. If it isn't dealt with then none of this will matter.

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News, Politics & Religion / Re: Decision 2016
« on: November 10, 2016, 03:21:38 AM »
Saw an interesting chart this morning that showed a major hit to Clinton was both a much lower Dem voter turn out and also an increase in third party candidate votes.

Here's the chart:
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News, Politics & Religion / Re: Decision 2016
« on: November 09, 2016, 02:17:40 PM »
Ha! Hilarious! This is what Clinton and her clowns at the DNC deserve. They brought this on themselves when they rigged the primaries and backed a shite candidate. No one to blame but themselves.

Enough of the "uneducated racist white male" crap. The Dems need to start taking responsibility for their own failure. If your candidate can't even beat Donald J. Trump, then you urgently need to rethink your values and message. It's time for neoliberalism to be 6 feet under.

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Seriously, the dude said "grab 'em by the pussy" and still won the election... how does that happen?

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Forum Games / Re: SrsBsnsThread - Kanye 2020
« on: October 26, 2016, 01:54:25 PM »
SrsBsnsThread   WTF? what's this for?

218 pages of SrsBsns.

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Creative & Design / Re: Vexillology
« on: October 23, 2016, 11:25:15 AM »
Never tried to create one myself, but came across the Wallonian flag at work the other day and I think you might like it:



They hang it in their parliament too. It looks pretty cool.

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