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 on: November 28, 2015, 09:14:06 PM 
Started by crackers - Last post by Gene Worm
I haven't really watched enough of either of those two shows. I actually kinda liked Brennan, but she could come off as a bit full of herself at times. But, you could be right. I may just be judging unfairly. I can't say for sure, because I haven't seen enough of the show, but from what I have seen of it, I remember her being a little on the full of herself side.

As for Sheldon, I just remember him acting like a creepy stalker person. But hey, I've only seen the show once, and a long time ago. My memory's probably pretty fuzzy. So, I can't really be sure about that one.

I'm not sure if that's how you guys' interpreted what I said, but I just want to quickly say, I by no means meant to come off as against people with social disorders. In no way did I mean that. That was just how I thought of the characters when I saw the shows, which I didn't see much of to begin with. So, deep apologies if I did come off that way. Brennan, now that you guys said it, I can now see that she could have a social interaction disorder. My first thoughts on the character were just how she was belittling everyone else and couldn't stand being wrong, which I interpreted as narcissism, but now I think you may be right. She did also show kindness throughout certain areas of the show.

 on: November 28, 2015, 08:30:41 PM 
Started by Gene Worm - Last post by messedup
For one there were all those early simulator-games. Nowadays many of them are really good actually and done with love for the subject (Farming Simulator, Euro Truck Simulator etc.), but at the beginning they were almost unplayable...cheaply done, ugly as hell and just not worth playing unless you were the hardcorest of hardcore-fans.

 on: November 28, 2015, 07:37:42 PM 
Started by indianasmith - Last post by indianasmith
Today was a tough day.  I spoke at the memorial service of a dear friend and arrowhead hunting buddy, John K. Smith of Mabank, TX.  I met John back in 1994, and we did a lot of walking, grubbing, and hunting together over the last 21 years. We had more crazy adventures than I can describe here, but I enjoyed every one of them.  He was a hunter, fisherman, artifact collector, and story teller par excellence.  My life is richer for having known him, and I want to thank his wife Suzann and his kids for asking me to come and speak at his life celebration today.  It was a gathering he would have been proud of!  Lots of great stories, friends, family, and food.

OK, just ONE story here. Back in 1996, our local lake got about 8 feet low and we discovered an Indian camp that had never been touched by anyone.  Tons of pottery, firecracked rock, and arrow points scattered in a rather loose mud - the only problem was, it was in about 4 or 5 feet of water.  No problem for me - I have near zero buoyancy, so I would dive down to the bottom and fill my little hand held sifter with artifact-rich mud, then stand up and sift thru it.  John was a human cork - he would try to dive and bob right back up!  So he went to Wal-Mart, bought a mailbox on a pole, punched out the back of it and replaced it with hardware cloth, and used it as a giant scoop!  He went out the next day and found 52 whole points in a single day!  (For the record, I've been doing this since 1977 and have NEVER had a 50 point day - EVER!)  I told him just how much he sucked,  and he just laughed and went out the next day and found 54 points! God, I am going to MISS this guy!  Cancer absolutely sucks.

  (BTW, John will be arriving in heaven shortly - he stopped in the middle of the Jordan River to throw out a jug line and check the gravel bars for Clovis points!)

 on: November 28, 2015, 07:24:45 PM 
Started by venomx - Last post by Allhallowsday

The trumpet that roared... Of course... post a pic! 

 on: November 28, 2015, 05:28:54 PM 
Started by Lunatic - Last post by AlbertMond
Ray, now I'm curious what movie this shot is from.

 on: November 28, 2015, 05:18:33 PM 
Started by venomx - Last post by Raffine

 on: November 28, 2015, 04:52:56 PM 
Started by crackers - Last post by Newt
Okay, I'll be serious. One day a while back, I tried to watch The Big Bang Theory and I didn't find it funny at all. And honestly, the "Sheldon" man is just kind of creepy to me. Just the way he acts and some of the things he says come off as either douchey, or just awkward in a more "Can I turn on 'Barom 1' now?" sort of way. I don't know, I just personally did not like him.

Another one would be Brennan in Bones. She shows kindness and sweetness every now and again, but most of the time she's just really condescending and mostly yells at her coworkers for not "doing it right". If there's one thing I hate (especially in real life), it is narcissism. People who are full of themselves are just the pinnacle of douches.

I don't think Brennan is necessarily supposed to be narcissistic.  I think she's supposed to  have some sort of social interaction disorder.  Then again I haven't watched a lot of Bones but from the few episodes I have seen that's what I interpreted it as.   Same with Sheldon.  They don't know how to properly interact with people.

Like, House is a narcissistic.  He knows exactly what he's doing and acting, how people perceive him and just doesn't care.  The other two might not have as much as a choice in their actions.

I believe both Brennan and Sheldon are intended to be stereotypical "science nerds" by way of being on the autism spectrum and socially inept as a result.  Definitely not by choice.

 on: November 28, 2015, 04:12:51 PM 
Started by Ash - Last post by bob
Following (1998)

 on: November 28, 2015, 03:40:59 PM 
Started by Gene Worm - Last post by retrorussell
This is my vote for worst Sega Genesis game, by far, and is one of the first I think of for worst console game all time!
This was previously seen on the Amiga and other PCs, and the controls for this game, the clunky mechanics, weird sound effects, and more just make it irritating, unfair and stupid.  Bad bad bad!
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 on: November 28, 2015, 03:34:09 PM 
Started by Gene Worm - Last post by WingedSerpent
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Although, its the first in universe appearance of Quan Chi, Shinnok, and Sareena, Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub Zero was really disappointing to me.  The biggest problem was the control.  You needed to hit a button to turn around to face something.  This really became a problem when you had two enemies or either side of you.

There was some shoddy hit detection as well.  One little hit could send you back way too far and into an instant death trap.

Thankfully, the cheesy FMV cut scenes where a real treat to watch.

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