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  1. My thoughts exactly... Not sure how OD has survived for literally decades! I read the forums a few times a year to see who's still around. 😄 Might jump on PoE for the new league.
  2. "Where Farmville meets PoE" ... Yup, exactly how I explained it to my friends!
  3. You're not weird for holding this opinion. In nearly every developed country, this opinion would be seen as conservative (I don't see a need to own any firearms for self defence, nor does 95% of the population in Canada, Australia, western Europe, and a large chunk of Asian countries). America is special, you just managed to get through the Second Amendment brainwash mostly unscathed. Having lived in the USA under military exchange (in GA, no less), I can honestly say that the mentality needs to change. People are very wrapped-up in believing that the Second Amendment is absolute,
  4. Feel free to attempt to exceed my majesty.
  5. Originally I was not speaking to your statement, I was speaking to this one below (when speaking of "moral grounds" and "moral issues"), which seems to contradict your own statements. I'm not part of OD any longer but it looks as though OD does not actually know what it supports... Mostly just stirring the pot at this point, but I pretty much completely agree with you now, Altros. Emulators are never illegal (nor are there any moral implications, Terra. Owning a firearm and using it legally does not make you a criminal, I'm surprised you jumped so high here.) as a lot of
  6. I did not state that they violate any forum rules. I simply said that something being legal does not necessarily imply that it is also in-line with the rules here. Video on issues of digital copyright: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wo19Y4tw0l8 Emulators and ROMs are either legal or illegal depending on which country you reside. For example, it is not illegal for ME to download a ROM so long as I own the game. Does that mean I can link to ROMs and emulators? Well, I'm not going to because I understand that the majority of this clan is likely American, but
  7. Just because it's legal doesn't mean it doesn't violate the TOS of this forum. Yes, emulators are perfectly legal in most countries, and owning disc/game images is perfectly fine if you actually own the game. I would not call this a moral issue as there is no moral issue when it comes to copyright of digital data. You cannot copyright a number (a digital file is, after all, just a very large number). It is, however, an issue of policy.
  8. I still don't understand what you mean by "ISP" problem. The last 50 feet of cable running to your house is generally copper, the rest is fiber. Unless the line quality is absolute shit (possible with DSL in rural areas) then there shouldn't be any issue. I can guarantee you that if a simple pingtest doesn't pick up on anything then you do not have line issues. There is nothing else at the ISP level that would cause malformation of packets. Again, this is DIGITAL information, not analog. There's no possible way for only certain types of packets to be affected by any type of physical interferen
  9. Terra still sounding robotic? It's because she is indeed a robot. Or more specifically, the first successful android. Haven't you ever noticed how she is always so calm and collected, presenting the most logical solutions? It's because she's not actually human. Don't dig into the issue too far or else you will raise suspicion of the CIA and you will disappear. On a more serious note, audio interference is usually caused from bad shielding on motherboard internals, or if it's a powered headset, could be from a dirty power source. I have my headset plugged into a power outlet directly (thru a U
  10. Time. Contractors make hundreds of billions of dollars per year in the business of war, and their investors aren't too bad off, either. It would be amazing if you were powerful enough to control the stock market after investing most of your finances into areas of investment. It costs tax-payer significant chunks of money to fund a war, but in the end, there are always billions of dollars unaccounted for, and in some unexplainable manner, the rich get richer. I think that's a pretty basic explanation of a pretty basic concept. Just take a look at the stock market over the past 5 years or so: Bo
  11. Thanks man! Pretty awesome and it was done in the time traveling home from my parent's place... LOL!!
  12. This is a request for Sil3ntKilL: • Primary Text - Ancient • Secondary Text - 起死回生 • Style - More abstract/bright like some of your recent examples posted. • Pictures - Levi from Attack on Titan would be pretty cool - I'll leave the stock selection at your discretion. Should give some good lines and colour to work with. Thanks very much in advance !
  13. You can tell if someone is remotely access your computer by monitoring network traffic across your network interface. Most "permanent" methods are amateur in nature and can be found quite simply by opening msconfig and looking for discrepancies.
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