Out of the three you mentioned, M5 are the scariest. Watching them was like clockwork at the world finals, and their reputation only precedes them when they haven't entered any major NA tournaments recently.
Haha, oh wow. Time really flies.
I remember registering on this forum because I couldn't get Fable 1 to work correctly. It was around the time my graphics card was failing and I didn't know enough about computers to understand the situation. I also remember hearing rumors about Fable 2 having guns, and being angry about it.
That was the most irritating thing I have ever seen. Seriously, that voice. But I never actually saw the original Dune movies. Never even finished the series, to my shame.
And yeah, it's very sad. They're always pushing that "intellectual property" crap on us. BAH! Information wants to be free! Especially the information in textbooks. Seriously. $135 for a differential equations textbook printed unboung with holes to put it in a binder? **** you. (This entire sentence is completely sarcastic.)
No no, I agree. I've agreed with many of their points as well. I too am not Christian, and don't really like the bible all that much. But I hate when people are just as narrow-minded as the things they hate and speak against. It's hypocrisy...
I too am walking the treachorous middle line, and it's not always easy friend.
I am not backing your religion, nor supporting his 'science'. I'm just tired of narrow-minded views. People get too caught up in technicalities.
I have to agree though, while the bible has a lot of hypocrasy, it does teach some good morals. My point is and always will be to question what you are taught, to find the deeper meaning hidden by words written by human hands.
Humans are imperfect, capable of mistakes, and prone to selfishness. Of course religious scriptures have been distorted over time. But isn't religion simply a coming-together of people with similar beliefs. I see nothing wrong in a community, as long as their are not blindly faithful and realize the bible is not a literal thing that should be followed to the letter.
Spirituality itself is more important than your creed.