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#27 Oct 25 2012 at 12:27 PM Rating: Excellent
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If you threw He-Man, the Hulk and Samson (pre-haircut) into a ring with a tire iron in the center, who would walk out alive?
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#28 Oct 25 2012 at 12:32 PM Rating: Good
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I appreciate all the suggestions, guys. Thanks very much! I'll add some of this stuff to our schedule. Though one note: for the questions, it's better for us if they're phrased in actual question form. The bulk of the podcast goes by the format of "introduce topic, then banter", so the questions bit works best if it's a more directed, Q & A style.

"OMG, Why is Eske such a fascist??" Smiley: mad


He rules the podcast with an iron codec.


Though my mandates may occasionally sound...peculiar, I assure you that they come from a place of love.

INFILTRATE TEH ENEMY FORTRESS....OUTER HEAVEN.

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Soooo.... that's why these guys left Bioware...


Maybe so. It was something we were speculating about a few weeks ago. At the time, I had supposed it was something related to ME or DA.
#29 Oct 25 2012 at 12:41 PM Rating: Good
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Wow, @#%^ing UI limitations, no cargo access? I was looking forward to reactivating my account. I pre-ordered the collector's edition, and really liked the game. I'm sure the game-currency I'll get for having that and my previous subscription will be enough to unlock most of that stuff, but it is some serious bullsh*t that I'd even have to. I kind of get the no mailing or trading to subvert RMT accounts, but some of that stuff is ridiculous.


SURPRISE, they announced that you only get those cartel coins if you are subbed when they make the F2P switch.
So if I sub after the switch, I never get those bonus coins?

That's what the current state of things seems to be, yes.

It's also ******** because the fine print of the original announcement page clearly only specifies active accounts for a few of the rewards. For instance, the 150 per month prior to July 31st fine print says "1 OFFER VALID FOR ACTIVE OR FORMER PAYING SUBSCRIBERS OF STAR WARS™: THE OLD REPUBLIC™ (“SWTOR”)"

I'm really ****** off with them at the moment. And this definitely has EA written all over it.

Bioware DLC before EA came into the picture, like for Mass Effect back in 2007? Free DLC. EA takes over? Weapon Packs, Costume Packs, etc.

SIGH
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#30 Oct 25 2012 at 12:44 PM Rating: Excellent
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Assuming we were both single and I had $10mil in personal wealth and the opportunity, do you believe I could talk my way into Katy Perry's pants?

Who would win best-of-five in a game of Super Mario Kart, Obama or Romney?

If a wizard turned you into an elk, would you rather be a boy elk or a girl elk?

On a scale of 1 to 7, rate butterscotch.

If Pokémon were real, would you be willing to eat one?

Tell me when I'm helping...
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#31 Oct 25 2012 at 12:45 PM Rating: Good
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Modern pokemon or 1996 pokemon, before they were all sentient?
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#32 Oct 25 2012 at 12:46 PM Rating: Excellent
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Modern, naturally.

Would it change your opinion if it were butterscotch flavored?

Edited, Oct 25th 2012 1:46pm by Jophiel
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#33 Oct 25 2012 at 12:48 PM Rating: Excellent
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So now it's a decision on whether to bite the bullet and resub just to get my bonus coins in case I eventually want to play again, or just write it off for good. I'm not going to want to go back if there's a bonus that I feel entitled to, but won't get. Perhaps it's wrong of me to feel entitled to that, but it would be an incentive to try the F2P model, and if I find myself drawn back in, the bonus coins would provide incentive for me to re-sub. Requiring me to re-sub before it goes F2P in order to get the bonus coins just makes me want to forget the whole thing. I want to be lured back into paying, not forced at gunpoint.
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#34 Oct 25 2012 at 12:49 PM Rating: Excellent
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Would it change your opinion on butterscotch if it were Pokemon flavored?
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#35 Oct 25 2012 at 12:49 PM Rating: Excellent
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How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck were Mitt Romney?
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#36 Oct 25 2012 at 12:53 PM Rating: Excellent
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Would it change your opinion on butterscotch if it were Pokemon flavored?

Would it be a random Pokémon each time? Because that would certainly make my bag of Werther's an adventure.
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#37 Oct 25 2012 at 12:54 PM Rating: Good
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So now it's a decision on whether to bite the bullet and resub just to get my bonus coins in case I eventually want to play again, or just write it off for good. I'm not going to want to go back if there's a bonus that I feel entitled to, but won't get. Perhaps it's wrong of me to feel entitled to that, but it would be an incentive to try the F2P model, and if I find myself drawn back in, the bonus coins would provide incentive for me to re-sub. Requiring me to re-sub before it goes F2P in order to get the bonus coins just makes me want to forget the whole thing. I want to be lured back into paying, not forced at gunpoint.

I re-subbed like 3 weeks ago. I've logged in twice. After all this crap news broke, it completely sapped my desire to play. I want to see how my Knight's story ends, I want to see the 6 stories I haven't seen. But I'm so annoyed that the idea of actually going to play just turns me off.

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How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck were Mitt Romney?

How black and poor is the wood?
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#38 Oct 25 2012 at 12:54 PM Rating: Excellent
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I bet Pikachu is butterscotch flavored.
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#39 Oct 25 2012 at 1:03 PM Rating: Good
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Assuming we were both single and I had $10mil in personal wealth and the opportunity, do you believe I could talk my way into Katy Perry's pants?


Into, but not out of.

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Who would win best-of-five in a game of Super Mario Kart, Obama or Romney?


Romney, because Mario Kart punishes better players. [:shakes fist at blue spiky shell:]

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If a wizard turned you into an elk, would you rather be a boy elk or a girl elk?


Wapiti

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On a scale of 1 to 7, rate butterscotch.


For eating, or coating one's genitals? If the former, 3.5. If the latter, 3.5. Caramel is a 6. Magic Shell is a -5.681

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If Pokémon were real, would you be willing to eat one?


Only if they were coated in caramel.
#40 Oct 25 2012 at 9:05 PM Rating: Good
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Jophiel wrote:
If you threw He-Man, the Hulk and Samson (pre-haircut) into a ring with a tire iron in the center, who would walk out alive?


From http://marvel.wikia.com/Robert_Bruce_Banner_(Earth-616)
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However, Hulk's greatest feat was to send concussive energy throughout infinite dimensions by the impact of his collision with the Ironclad (entire dimensions, and not multiversal planets. First, the writer describes dimensions and where there are planets there are also dimensions, since every planet is situated in dimensions. Therefore to send concussive force to planets propitiates send concussive force to dimensions and their multitudes of astronomical entities. Second, there are dimensions without planets: Universes in the beginning of formation, universes where equal quantities of matter and antimatter were produced and generated only radiation, etc. Besides, there are infinite inter-branched parallel universes in the Omniverse. Therefore the postulate that suggests only planets received the entire energy is probabilistically equal to zero. Finally, the planets shown there were just examples of what occurred inside the dimensions. The same argument is applied for the premise that they were only sub-sections of the universe, just replacing the words "planet" for "sub-dimension" and "dimension" for "universe". It is important to perceive that the U-Foes's powers were vastly augmented while on Earth, so that Vector repelled reality itself and transported them to the Crossroads).

So, uh, that tells you your answer right there...

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#41 Oct 25 2012 at 9:28 PM Rating: Good
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I was gonna make a comment about Marvel AUs but you linked 616 in the first place and it wouldn't work. Smiley: mad
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#42 Oct 25 2012 at 9:29 PM Rating: Good
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However, Hulk's greatest feat was to send concussive energy throughout infinite dimensions by the impact of his collision with the Ironclad (entire dimensions, and not multiversal planets.


WRONG! His greatest feat was to have *** with Betty in Hulk form without killing her.

Edited, Oct 25th 2012 11:29pm by Shaowstrike
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#43 Oct 25 2012 at 9:38 PM Rating: Good
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Well, she eventually died from cancer he caused anyway, no? Who's to say hulk sperm didn't contribute...
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#44 Oct 25 2012 at 10:02 PM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Well, she eventually died from cancer he caused anyway, no? Who's to say hulk sperm didn't contribute...


Nope.

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She was eventually reunited with Banner, but soon afterward the Hulk seemingly perished in a tremendous explosion at Gammatown. Believing Banner and the Hulk dead, Betty left for New York City, where she eventually began training to become a nun. Betty spent some months in a convent to recover from the ordeal, but eventually reunites with Banner. They spent years living together as fugitives until the Hulk's enemy Abomination used his own blood to poison Betty, which would appear to be the work of the Hulk himself (due to the high levels of gamma radiation present in both of their bodies).


Then she was resurrected and turned into Red She-Hulk
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#45 Oct 25 2012 at 10:08 PM Rating: Good
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Marvel!
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#46 Oct 25 2012 at 10:09 PM Rating: Excellent
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I have no idea what that's supposed to mean other than "Trickybeck is a giant nerd".
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#47 Oct 25 2012 at 10:14 PM Rating: Good
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However, if you read the Spider-Man: Reign miniseries, it his heavily hinted that Mary Jane dies of radioactive spider *****.
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#48 Oct 25 2012 at 10:17 PM Rating: Good
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****, and didn't his first girlfriend die from extreme whiplash when he caught her with his web after she fell from a building?
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#49 Oct 25 2012 at 10:21 PM Rating: Good
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A bridge, but yeah, that one is canon.

Edited, Oct 26th 2012 12:21am by lolgaxe
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#50 Oct 25 2012 at 10:37 PM Rating: Good
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No wonder Spidey has to deflect everything with humor.
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#51 Oct 25 2012 at 10:37 PM Rating: Good
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However, if you read the Spider-Man: Reign miniseries, it his heavily hinted that Mary Jane dies of radioactive spider *****.


That's too bad, we lost another one that swallows.
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