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"Ask Me Anything" / Re: Ask GamingZealot anything.
« on: May 09, 2013, 06:50:26 AM »
Can you help me with my maths questions?

1) If Jenny has two balloons, 1 of them pops and the other one deflates a little, calculate the mass of the Sun, divided by the earth's weight. Once you have the Sun's mass divided by the Earth's mass, now calculate how much air is still left in the partially deflated balloon.
1)30 grams   2)150 leters
2) y x 32j +2(43u) = ?
3) Who circumnavigated the globe after Magellan?
Invalid, not a math question, I don't have to answer.

"Ask Me Anything" / Re: Ask GamingZealot anything.
« on: May 03, 2013, 03:46:32 PM »
1: What eye color do you find the most sexiest?
2: Where was your first kiss if you had one?
School library
3: If you could get a Sharpie tattoo on your back, what would it be?
Probably an eye with the Shaningan
4: Did you grow up in a small or big town? Did you like it?
Fairly small suburbs, and I enjoyed it
5: Your favorite adult as a child? (and not your parents, if they were your favorite)
My uncle on my fathers side.
6: What kind of smoothie sounds really good right now?
Straberry -bannana
7: Most embarrassing moment from your
elementary school years?
Getting kicked out of a karate dojo for not knowing what sparring was and hitting my instructor at the age of 6
8: Most embarrassing moment from your middle school years?
Can't think of any.
9: Most embarrassing moment from your high school years?
Fell asleep in chemistry and woke up in an empty room.
10: Pirates or ninjas? Why?
Ninjas, although I respect pirates for their looting, they are filthy and I cannot respect that. Ninjas are the ultimate scouts.
11: Have you ever climbed a tree more than twenty feet off the ground?
I don't believe so, a bit under that would be my guess.
12: Did you like swinging as a child? Do you still get excited when you see a swing set?
Not really on either account.
13: If you could have any pet in the world, illegal or not, what would you get?
DOLPHIN hands down. I love dolphons.
14: What's your most favorite part of your body?
My brain, since it is probably my most valuable asset.
15: What's your most favorite part of your personality?
My ability to never get angry.
16: Madonna or Lady Gaga? Neither? Both? Who
Who cares
17: Have you ever watched the Superbowl all the way through?
18: Have you ever watched any major sporting event drunk?
I'm 17, so no.
19: What's the most delicious food you've ever eaten in your life?
The cookie with vanilla ice cream and chocolate filling at red lobster.
20: Margarine or butter? Which did you grow up with?
Butter on both accounts.
21: Whole, skim, 1%, or 2% milk? (Did you know they make 1 1/2% milk?)
Anything but whole really, I grew up not drinking whole so it tastes funny.
22: Which continents have you been on?
North America only
23: Do you get motion sickness? Any horror stories?
Nope on both accounts.
24: Backpacks or satchels?
25: Would you wear a rainbow jacket? A neon yellow sweater? Checkered pants?
No, no, and no.
26: What was your favorite cartoon growing up?
Teen Titans
27: If you had to have a cow or a pig, which would you take? Why?
Pig, my mothers friend owns a farm and they have black bristled pigs that are fun to play with and actually behave similar to dogs.
28: If you had to look at one city skyline for the rest of your life, which would it be?
New York.
29: Longest plane ride you've ever been on?
3 hours.
30: The latest you've ever slept?
10:30 AM
31: Would you buy a sweater covered in kitten pictures? Would you wear it if someone gave it you for free?
No and no
32: Do you pick at scabs?
33: Favorite kind of bean? Kidney? Black? Pinto?
I don't actually like beans
34: How far can you throw a baseball?
No idea at all.
35: If you had to move to another country, where would you move?
England, I would already know the language so I can be lazy.
36: Have you ever eaten Ethiopian food?
Vietnamese? Korean? Nepalese? How was it?
None of the above.
37: Small, liberal arts school or public university? Why?
I'm not attending any of these, but I suppose small would be my choice of these because I tend to be an isolated individual.
38: A relationship with love or one with sex?
I don't believe in love so I suppose one with sex.
39: Do you eat enough vegetables?
40: Do you like horror movies? How about thrillers?
Nope, I've never grasped the idea of trying to horrify yourself on purpose.
41: Would you scratch a crotch itch in public?
42: Do you swear in front of your parents?
Once or twice, but not a habit.
43: Coolest thing you've ever been for Halloween?
Durza from the Eragon series
44: If you could change your natural hair color, would you? To what?
Change my brown hair to black.
45: Do you want to get married? Have kids?
No and no.
46: Do you use a reusable water bottle? If not, you should.
I drink milk most of the time and I use a thermose for water when I do drink it, so I suppose so.
47: City or nature person?
48: Have you ever used something other than "makeup" as makeup? (Like paint? Markers?)
I'm a guy.
49: Can you walk well in high heels? Even if you're a guy?
Wouldn't know since I've never tried, so I guess not.
50: Do you love me for asking you all these questions?
Nope, love is a human emotion.

How much of a cool kid is ugly frog?
He da coolest brah. He make you look like big sucka ye?
How does it feel to have a cripple as your S0?
I was unaware my S0 was a cripple, so pretty great.  Will be easier to take over. (:<
Coming on OCRP2 anytime soon so we can grow magic shrooms?
Yeah sure, I'm on OCRP2 most nights.

"Ask Me Anything" / Re: Ask GamingZealot anything.
« on: May 03, 2013, 06:49:59 AM »
who are you?
do you like watermelons or fried chicken?
Fried chicken, goes better with lemonade
do you like skinny jeans?
No, I can't fit my fat ass into them

"Ask Me Anything" / Re: Ask GamingZealot anything.
« on: May 02, 2013, 09:39:36 PM »
I'm 17, will be turning 18 in twenty one days. From what I can tell that seems to be about the median age on CG, give or take a year. So I guess its a matter of perspective.
What exactly is a 'Zealot'?
Someone who is zealous on behalf of god, or a fanatic in other words. Picked the name because I'm a fanatic about video games. Also the SC2 unit is cool.
Favorite Hl2RP situation?
Hmm, probably giving advanced breaching training  to  units because its one of the best tests of RP ability I've seen, and I also get to fuck with the units with traps and tricks.
Have you ever thought about working at a fast food restaurant?
Yes, free food is yum yum.
Boop-e-dee-bop-e-dee, your response?
R2-D2, calm your tits.
What do you think of the color blue; gay, or awesome?
Do you like fat, sweaty men in tank-top shirts?
No, tank tops are for losers. Cut-offs all the way.
Are you a fat sweaty man in a tank-top shirt?
Nope, see above.

"Ask Me Anything" / Re: Ask GamingZealot anything.
« on: April 30, 2013, 06:39:32 AM »
allow me to legitimately bump your thread so people ask questions

why did you suddenly disappear into the void?
My main reason was the CCA wipe that happened a long while ago. I got frustrated when three or four of the high ranking admins got together and decided they would demote everyone but themselves to 'fix' the CCA. After they locked the thread due to to many complaints of the wipe I sort of rage quit CG and didn't return until I was asked to later, about three weeks ago now I think.

"Ask Me Anything" / Ask GamingZealot anything.
« on: April 28, 2013, 10:03:47 PM »
Seems like most people have one of these and I never have, so figure I'd make one. Been inactive for a while and just came back a few weeks ago, but feel free to ask me anything if you know me and I'll answer it.

Creations / Re: Sexy Frog's Paper Art~!
« on: April 21, 2013, 08:13:49 PM »
Love the art, favorite was the first picture on your first post, then the painting is my second. I can honestly say you are one of the best paper artists I have met personally (kinda met). Keep up the posting, I think the art is enjoyable.

Social Discussion / Re: My Dog
« on: April 21, 2013, 09:53:08 AM »
There's a difference between socking an animal in the nose hard and a whack to get it to stop acting aggressive.

Yes there is. The difference being you've rephrased the same sentence to have the same meaning. Just generally even hitting a dog can mess them up mentally, which you gotta avoid at all costs, because then it's gonna act up more and you wouldn't be none the wiser, so you'd carry on "whack"ing this dog until it can't handle it anymore.

But I do appreciate the attempt to make me look like an abusive cunt. One gold star for you.

This just sounds like when people say "You made me look stupid." In the end, what YOU have said has made the impact.

EDIT: If it's really out of line, just get a trainer, or if too expensive, take some tips from trainers which avoids whacking the animal at all. You can't go from A to Z without going to B, C, D etc.

A lot of training decisions need to be made based on what type of dog it is and at what age you get it. If you have a calm and passive dog like a golden retriever, or most small dogs (excluding ones like the chiwawa) it is really easy to establish dominance without any physical action, and a lot of times they will just assume you are in charge because you provide food and are much bigger. Then you have dogs like labs and such where a trainer can help you train them properly or if you know a lot about dogs and they can normally be trained without physical violence, as long as you either got it as a puppy or it was well trained by its former owner. But then you have the dogs like German Sheppards. I have yet to meet a German Sheppard that was well trained with an owner who refused to hit the dog. German Sheppards are often loyal to their owner, especially if you get  trainer to help you build the bond, but if you want any control over what the dog does to people besides the owner, getting physical is really your only option.

I don't know about punching it in the nose, the only time I've hit a dog in the nose is when it was attacking me in my neighborhood because his owner was terrible. I've never hit the dogs I've had, but my uncle and grandfather had to hit theirs, my uncle because he had a viscious dog that had been abused, and my grandfather because he had a German Sheppard. The only two ways I know that they got physical with their dog was one grabbing its head and forcing it to look at them while they verbally disciplined it, or smacking it roughly, on the back or side if the problem wasn't hostile, or on the side of the head if the dog was aggressive and needed a good smack.

Abusing animals is wrong, but most dogs that need it use violence when in the wild to establish dominance so if you refuse to use any they will always consider you below them and only listen to you when it suits them, or not at all.

Social Discussion / Re: Parents
« on: April 16, 2013, 09:37:28 PM »
I constantly hear complaints about people who have parents who hate the fact their son/daughter is a gamer and is constantly on the computer, or how they don't understand anything about machines. I cannot relate, however, because my parents both work as software engineers, so they spend all day on a computer and don't mind if I basically do the same. It also means they know as much or more than me about most things with the computer.

While my parents are very chill about computers they are strict on some really weird things. They hate me being home alone, even though I'm 17, they not only forbid any cursing, but also banned any video or game that had cursing in it from me and my brother until we were around 14/15, and despite me moving out for college in a matter of months still have a strict bed-time of 10:30 for me. This makes me sometimes wish for the innatentive parents that I hear about sometimes. One thing I'm grateful for is for the fact that neither of my parents have any bad habits like drinking, smoking, or drugs. Although I can relate to turhral in the fact that arguing with my dad can be scary due to anger issues, but he wouldn't hit me.

tl;dr : I'm a spoiled suburban white kid living in as close to a classical catholic household as is possible without being catholic, and really cannot relate to much in this board but just wanted to post my situation as it was so different.

Table Talk / Re: So how about dat future?
« on: April 16, 2013, 08:39:49 PM »
      I'm sure that,  at the rate technology is advancing, we will have a society that lives in harmony in the relatively near future. Whether its within our lifetimes or not is unpredictable as  leaps in technology are unpredictable. Now, I'm sure this will make me sound like a tin foil hat theorist, but I'm not so worried as to whether we will have world peace, but how it will be achieved. After all, we are constantly comming up with new ways to mainstream information and put it all in one place, where the powers of the world are able to interfere and censor what we can and cannot learn. More frightening but less likely, with all the advances in study of the brain and of biotechnology, its possible the way we reach harmony is with the human race essentially becomming like the ant colony, with a one or a few people making decisions and a bunch of essentially mindless workers.

      While they are a far cry from giving up our freedom and becomming drones, there are plenty  of examples in modern day of people giving up rights and freedom for technology and convenience. On the internet, we use google and facebook to search quickly and connect with friends, even though we allow corporations access to personal data. With valve's steam we have seen gamers give up their right to actually own games (since with steam you are technically renting the liscenses that are attatched to your account) so they can have all their games in one convenient place where they are easy to buy and re-install. Many modern phones are easily tracked via the gps inside them and the convenient texts you send are recorded and easy to access.

      I love living in the current day with all our modern conveniences, and I believe stunning technology is on its way. I personally believe, however, that we have to be carefully monitor how these new technologies are being used.

Social Discussion / Re: Magic The Gathering
« on: April 16, 2013, 04:18:29 PM »
I've played for about 9 or so years. Fun game, I'm sure you'll like it.

Suggestions / Re: Epidemic Role Play
« on: April 12, 2013, 09:54:17 PM »
This may be similar or the same to what Mr. Pettit was suggesting, since I got the idea from what he said, but my impression was that the military was gonna be kinda like it was in Left4Dead. That being that they have and area (think it was new orleans in l4d) that they have most/all of their manpower at protecting, creating a more or less safe area for survivors who make it there. Obviously some kind of twist would have to be thrown in, otherwise people would logically just stay there always. That could be either a lack of room so they only house temporarily, or they only have enough supplies to support the military members so you have to leave to get some for yourself. That was just my impression, but there are flaws so it could be a bad idea.

Suggestions / Re: Epidemic Role Play
« on: April 12, 2013, 08:57:56 PM »
Full support for this idea. Realistic zombie/post-apocolapse survival in a video game is both an incredibly interesting concept and a scarce one. I know that a serious roleplay server would be nothing like it, but the popularity of DayZ shows how much people crave this type of experience. What nerd hasn't dreamed of being stuck in a zombie apocolapse? The main point of what I'm saying is I think we would have little trouble attracting a player base for this server, from both our community playerbase  and new blood.

The idea of having a faction (the zeds) that is oppresive and threatening, but not unbeatable like the CCA sounds really beautiful after playing so much on HL2RP. Having a dynamic mindless threat to the refugees in the form of zombies allows much more freedom in what you can do with your character, rather than an unchanging Authority that just has a set of rules that if you break, you will almost inevitably die. I havent' played on outlands much, but from what I can tell it has an issue where tightly knit and closed groups rule the outlands and solo players are left out of the big happenings almost entirely. While I'm sure factions similar to that will form on this server, it seems to me like the constant threat of danger will make groups more welcoming, safety in numbers right. Zombies roaming the streets seems more threatening to groups than the infrequent and avoidable raids of OTA.

These are just my views, and I could be wrong. Regardless, full support to this game mode.

Social Discussion / Re: Same sex marriage
« on: November 04, 2012, 09:01:38 PM »
I judge who I want to judge.

I thought God's children weren't supposed to judge others?

I REALLY wish people would read all my comments before responding to me. I may believe in God, but I put almost no stock whatsoever in the bible. That being said, arguing for religion whether God said not to judge others or not, there are plenty of examples in the bible of his desciples and prophets and others judging and executing others in his name. Moses for example ordered the murder of all the men in a village and the rape of all the women because they stood against his people. The bible is full of contradictions, Christians are just like the terrorists who missinterpret the Quaran's messages in the fact they pick and choose which examples they choose to follow. The bible can range from telling people to never lift a hand against anyone to basically telling you to kill pretty much anyone you see.

You once said "Correct before birth" God makes EVERYTHING and EVERYONE perfectly and in His image, do you dare disagree with the Will of God? Whom are you to correct His creation, claiming that it is wrong and imperfect?

Those are the words of a heretic, that you have spoken

Seriously, the hell have you been doing if you haven't been reading my posts. You said something to that effect earlier and I will tell you the same thing I told you then. God created us in his image IN THE FACT that we are human. Not in our individual looks, minds, or most importantly to this argument, defects. God did not make everyone perfect, not at all. If you knew anything about religion you would know this.

Social Discussion / Re: Same sex marriage
« on: November 04, 2012, 08:36:23 PM »
I judge who I want to judge.

I thought God's children weren't supposed to judge others?

I REALLY wish people would read all my comments before responding to me. I may believe in God, but I put almost no stock whatsoever in the bible. That being said, arguing for religion whether God said not to judge others or not, there are plenty of examples in the bible of his desciples and prophets and others judging and executing others in his name. Moses for example ordered the murder of all the men in a village and the rape of all the women because they stood against his people. The bible is full of contradictions, Christians are just like the terrorists who missinterpret the Quaran's messages in the fact they pick and choose which examples they choose to follow. The bible can range from telling people to never lift a hand against anyone to basically telling you to kill pretty much anyone you see.

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