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2012-12-18 02:43:18 PM  

Quigs: HeartBurnKid: I'd prefer to be a moron

This much is obvious.


Well, I have to be a moron, right? I mean, I actually enjoy Cards Against Humanity even though there's no Senate.
 
2012-12-18 02:51:31 PM  

doczoidberg: I want to buy that game now.

I'd never heard of it. Looks like fun.



It's not only fun, but many of the cards are hilariously offensive.  Much like being on fark. 
 
2012-12-18 02:52:13 PM  

Quigs: HeartBurnKid: If I have to choose between being "kind of retarded", and being a high-and-mighty asshole like you who wouldn't dare to play a game that doesn't involve a senate and politics, I'd rather be kind of retarded.

Nothing says senate and politics like pub trivia.

You're a farking moron.


Speaking as someone who plays both highly strategic games and games like CAH and attends board gaming conventions, you are one colossal bag with which one douches.
 
2012-12-18 02:55:59 PM  

Lord Zardoz: Swordblade:
If you're looking for a good "pick up and go" game (i.e. doesn't require 10^3 pieces or rulebook pages) I suggest giving Red Dragon Inn a shot - I've gotten plenty of friends and family members hooked on it, including those who have no idea what D&D stands for.

If however you are looking for a game with 10^3 pieces and rule book pages, I suggest a nice relaxing game of Arkham Horror.

[www.gateplay.com image 450x307]

Not many games where a former soldier with PTSD and a flame thrower can be suffering from Consumption, Delerium, Agoraphobia, and Mania will manage to kill the Dunwich Horror, and then be named Deputy of Arkham and issued a gun and a badge, as well as being issued a retainer by the local news paper because of all of his fascinating stories.

END COMMUNICATION


My friends and I don't care much for that game, mainly because if you get sucked into another dimension, it takes forever to get back in the game. However, Mansions of Madness has gone over quite well with our group. And it's very much like D&D in that there is one person (essentially the dungeon master) playing against the rest of the group.
 
2012-12-18 02:56:06 PM  

susansto-helit: Quigs: HeartBurnKid: If I have to choose between being "kind of retarded", and being a high-and-mighty asshole like you who wouldn't dare to play a game that doesn't involve a senate and politics, I'd rather be kind of retarded.

Nothing says senate and politics like pub trivia.

You're a farking moron.

Speaking as someone who plays both highly strategic games and games like CAH and attends board gaming conventions, you are one colossal bag with which one douches.


Here, here!
 
2012-12-18 02:58:49 PM  

Critatak: It always makes me feel good to see that there's people even more insufferably douchebaggy than myself. Thanks Quigs. You make my day brighter.


There's always scale. There's nice people on the left. Douchebags in the middle taking up the majority of the population here. Giant douchebags like me who are on the right, then a few feet from me is the denizens of the politics tab, and several miles to the right are the fark atheists.

It's all relative.
 
2012-12-18 02:59:02 PM  
i2.bebo.com

Only game I've been playing lately.

ak1.picdn.net
 
2012-12-18 02:59:07 PM  

Girion47: 5 dollars well spent.

If you don't think Wikipedia helps children, you're an idiot, where do you think most kids start their research?

It's a free set of Encyclopedia Britannicas for anyone with internet access. I fail to see how donating to keeping information free is a bad thing.


It's a really obscure reason. You haven't heard of it.

/and neither have I
//because we're not hipster douchbags
 
2012-12-18 02:59:35 PM  
Quigs Yeah, I just can't get into that. There's no scheming. No plotting. No strategy. No reliable plan. You'll always get the derpy people who pick the most random possible card as the winner, because it's 'funny'. And I can't stand that.

Sense of humor is subjective. What you find derpy and random, I may find truly hilarious. That's kind of the point in this game, to impress the card judge.

Light-hearted pick-up games aren't your thing, cool. However, not everyone wants to strategize, or plot, or scheme all the time at the table. Your idea of fun is min-maxing and playing the numbers game, and that's fine. Not everyone has fun that way, and there's nothing wrong with either way of having fun. There is a time and place for TI or Agricola, and there is a time and place for CAH/light games.

CAH has a huge chaotic streak to it. You're not in charge of every move every round, so certain gamers don't know how to handle it. The "serious business" board gamers I knew hated that "uncontrolled variable" aspect, and would have incredible meltdowns when they lost because of it. Seriously, some of those guys hated when someone "lesser" beat them due to dumb luck or a "first time playing, let me try this" strategy. They also had huge control issues, but that's neither here nor there.

/the "srs bzns" gamers I knew were also insufferable, having meltdowns over anything that didn't go their way or situations they couldn't rules-lawyer their way around
 
2012-12-18 03:04:12 PM  

susansto-helit: Lord Zardoz: Swordblade:
If you're looking for a good "pick up and go" game (i.e. doesn't require 10^3 pieces or rulebook pages) I suggest giving Red Dragon Inn a shot - I've gotten plenty of friends and family members hooked on it, including those who have no idea what D&D stands for.

If however you are looking for a game with 10^3 pieces and rule book pages, I suggest a nice relaxing game of Arkham Horror.

[www.gateplay.com image 450x307]

Not many games where a former soldier with PTSD and a flame thrower can be suffering from Consumption, Delerium, Agoraphobia, and Mania will manage to kill the Dunwich Horror, and then be named Deputy of Arkham and issued a gun and a badge, as well as being issued a retainer by the local news paper because of all of his fascinating stories.

END COMMUNICATION

My friends and I don't care much for that game, mainly because if you get sucked into another dimension, it takes forever to get back in the game. However, Mansions of Madness has gone over quite well with our group. And it's very much like D&D in that there is one person (essentially the dungeon master) playing against the rest of the group.


Do you like Betrayal At The House On The Hill? If you haven't played it, you must.
 
2012-12-18 03:04:14 PM  

Duck_of_Doom: Quigs Yeah, I just can't get into that. There's no scheming. No plotting. No strategy. No reliable plan. You'll always get the derpy people who pick the most random possible card as the winner, because it's 'funny'. And I can't stand that.

Sense of humor is subjective. What you find derpy and random, I may find truly hilarious. That's kind of the point in this game, to impress the card judge.

Light-hearted pick-up games aren't your thing, cool. However, not everyone wants to strategize, or plot, or scheme all the time at the table. Your idea of fun is min-maxing and playing the numbers game, and that's fine. Not everyone has fun that way, and there's nothing wrong with either way of having fun. There is a time and place for TI or Agricola, and there is a time and place for CAH/light games.

CAH has a huge chaotic streak to it. You're not in charge of every move every round, so certain gamers don't know how to handle it. The "serious business" board gamers I knew hated that "uncontrolled variable" aspect, and would have incredible meltdowns when they lost because of it. Seriously, some of those guys hated when someone "lesser" beat them due to dumb luck or a "first time playing, let me try this" strategy. They also had huge control issues, but that's neither here nor there.

/the "srs bzns" gamers I knew were also insufferable, having meltdowns over anything that didn't go their way or situations they couldn't rules-lawyer their way around


Every type of gaming I've ever been involved with, RPGs, board games, or video games, has the "srs bzns" gamers. I can't stand them. To me, they are everything wrong with nerd-dom.
 
2012-12-18 03:07:35 PM  
Paid $10 for mine. Worth every penny.

"a hot cocoa sampler box"
"your mom"
 
2012-12-18 03:08:02 PM  

Lord Zardoz: Swordblade:
If you're looking for a good "pick up and go" game (i.e. doesn't require 10^3 pieces or rulebook pages) I suggest giving Red Dragon Inn a shot - I've gotten plenty of friends and family members hooked on it, including those who have no idea what D&D stands for.

If however you are looking for a game with 10^3 pieces and rule book pages, I suggest a nice relaxing game of Arkham Horror.

[www.gateplay.com image 450x307]

Not many games where a former soldier with PTSD and a flame thrower can be suffering from Consumption, Delerium, Agoraphobia, and Mania will manage to kill the Dunwich Horror, and then be named Deputy of Arkham and issued a gun and a badge, as well as being issued a retainer by the local news paper because of all of his fascinating stories.

END COMMUNICATION


Looking forward to introducing my brother-in-law to Arkham Horror next week
 
2012-12-18 03:08:33 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: I played Cards Against Humanity for the first time on Thanksgiving day.  Awesome game.


Same here. It was the most depraved, read as fun, I had with my friends in a long time.

Hey wait a'minit, do I know you!
 
2012-12-18 03:10:16 PM  

sniderman: Paid $10 for mine. Worth every penny.

"a hot cocoa sampler box"
"your mom"


If I played with fellow Farkers 'A Hot Cocoa Sampler Box' would be a great use of one of the blank cards.

/so far my fav black blank card is one will filled out with "I'm not saying it's aliens, but it's ______"
 
2012-12-18 03:10:16 PM  

Duck_of_Doom: Light-hearted pick-up games aren't your thing, cool. However, not everyone wants to strategize, or plot, or scheme all the time at the table


My point, if you can call it that, is that when you're dropping everything down to the LCD, you might as well just put the cards away and have a conversation. I don't understand the cheap kicks of saying 'shiat' and 'fark' once you've moved out of the house, and that's really the only difference between this game and apples to apples.
 
2012-12-18 03:11:10 PM  
Lord Zardoz

Other members of my gaming group have also sung the praises of Arkham Horror, I just haven't gotten a chance to play it myself yet - it always seems to get preempted by CAH, RDI, or Fortune and Glory. I'll give AH a shot one of these days.
 
2012-12-18 03:14:57 PM  

Maud Dib: [i2.bebo.com image 234x264]

Only game I've been playing lately.

[ak1.picdn.net image 400x224]


Yep, While I like CAH this is the only game where you have skin in it.
 
2012-12-18 03:15:27 PM  

HeartBurnKid: Every type of gaming I've ever been involved with, RPGs, board games, or video games, has the "srs bzns" gamers. I can't stand them. To me, they are everything wrong with nerd-dom.


About 5 months ago, my girlfriend and I took a long ride to visit some friends from up north, ostensibly for a night of gaming. These friends invited some other people ever, folks we knew, nice people.

Anyway, as we're selecting through all the possible games to play that night, one of the girls goes 'I really don't feel like using my brains tonight, let's just play cards against humanity.'

I guess I just have that stuck in my head. I dunno. I have plenty of fun when I play other games, I don't take myself too seriously, I'm not really a rules lawyer, I just have that thought stuck in my head that there's a realm of games that cater to the half-wits and the half-assed, and I hate that entire category of games.

If there's no thinking involved, and there's no social aspect to manipulate, It's a waste of time. Serious has nothing to do with it.
 
2012-12-18 03:16:16 PM  

HeartBurnKid: Every type of gaming I've ever been involved with, RPGs, board games, or video games, has the "srs bzns" gamers. I can't stand them. To me, they are everything wrong with nerd-dom.


Agreed. But that's how they have their fun, and as long as it's not disrupting others' fun, then fine. It's when they belittle others because they're noobs, or misrepresent rules to noobs to gain unfair advantage, or get the police called because of a D&D rules nazi argument, that it goes from fun to jerkdom.

/yes, all 3 happened in my social circles
//on the edge of the ghetto in the city, and cops come out because 2 freakin' rules nazis can't STFU
 
2012-12-18 03:18:20 PM  

Duck_of_Doom: susansto-helit: Lord Zardoz: Swordblade:
If you're looking for a good "pick up and go" game (i.e. doesn't require 10^3 pieces or rulebook pages) I suggest giving Red Dragon Inn a shot - I've gotten plenty of friends and family members hooked on it, including those who have no idea what D&D stands for.

If however you are looking for a game with 10^3 pieces and rule book pages, I suggest a nice relaxing game of Arkham Horror.

[www.gateplay.com image 450x307]

Not many games where a former soldier with PTSD and a flame thrower can be suffering from Consumption, Delerium, Agoraphobia, and Mania will manage to kill the Dunwich Horror, and then be named Deputy of Arkham and issued a gun and a badge, as well as being issued a retainer by the local news paper because of all of his fascinating stories.

END COMMUNICATION

My friends and I don't care much for that game, mainly because if you get sucked into another dimension, it takes forever to get back in the game. However, Mansions of Madness has gone over quite well with our group. And it's very much like D&D in that there is one person (essentially the dungeon master) playing against the rest of the group.

Do you like Betrayal At The House On The Hill? If you haven't played it, you must.


I haven't had a chance to play it yet, but I want to. I attended Board Game Geek in November, but I couldn't find it in the game library. I'm sure it was there but checked out.
 
2012-12-18 03:43:13 PM  

All2morrowsparTs: Bathia_Mapes: I played Cards Against Humanity for the first time on Thanksgiving day.  Awesome game.

Same here. It was the most depraved, read as fun, I had with my friends in a long time.

Hey wait a'minit, do I know you!



Heh!  Not unless you were having Thanksgiving dinner in Eugene, Oregon with the people my son games with. 
 
2012-12-18 03:44:10 PM  

Quigs: HeartBurnKid: Every type of gaming I've ever been involved with, RPGs, board games, or video games, has the "srs bzns" gamers. I can't stand them. To me, they are everything wrong with nerd-dom.

About 5 months ago, my girlfriend and I took a long ride to visit some friends from up north, ostensibly for a night of gaming. These friends invited some other people ever, folks we knew, nice people.

Anyway, as we're selecting through all the possible games to play that night, one of the girls goes 'I really don't feel like using my brains tonight, let's just play cards against humanity.'

I guess I just have that stuck in my head. I dunno. I have plenty of fun when I play other games, I don't take myself too seriously, I'm not really a rules lawyer, I just have that thought stuck in my head that there's a realm of games that cater to the half-wits and the half-assed, and I hate that entire category of games.

If there's no thinking involved, and there's no social aspect to manipulate, It's a waste of time. Serious has nothing to do with it.


All gaming is a waste of time. That's sort of the point.
 
2012-12-18 03:45:37 PM  

FoxKelfonne: All gaming is a waste of time. That's sort of the point.



QFT
 
Gamer myself back in the days when D & D was new. 
 
2012-12-18 04:00:10 PM  

Quigs: HeartBurnKid: Every type of gaming I've ever been involved with, RPGs, board games, or video games, has the "srs bzns" gamers. I can't stand them. To me, they are everything wrong with nerd-dom.

About 5 months ago, my girlfriend and I took a long ride to visit some friends from up north, ostensibly for a night of gaming. These friends invited some other people ever, folks we knew, nice people.

Anyway, as we're selecting through all the possible games to play that night, one of the girls goes 'I really don't feel like using my brains tonight, let's just play cards against humanity.'

I guess I just have that stuck in my head. I dunno. I have plenty of fun when I play other games, I don't take myself too seriously, I'm not really a rules lawyer, I just have that thought stuck in my head that there's a realm of games that cater to the half-wits and the half-assed, and I hate that entire category of games.

If there's no thinking involved, and there's no social aspect to manipulate, It's a waste of time. Serious has nothing to do with it.


Well, that's the thing. Thinking is work. It can be fun too, but sometimes, you just want light entertainment and not to have to strategize and plot. In those cases, a game like Cards Against Humanity works. Just like sometimes you're in the mood for a heavy film, something like Ingmar Bergman or the like, and sometimes you just want to watch Jackie Chan kick some ass. Or sometimes you're in the mood for Civilization, and sometimes you'd rather fire up Super Mario Bros. There's room for all of the above, and choosing one over the other doesn't make you any less intelligent.

And saying "there's no social aspect to manipulate" is a mistake. Cards Against Humanity is all about the social aspect.
 
2012-12-18 04:07:58 PM  

Swordblade: Lord Zardoz: 

Other members of my gaming group have also sung the praises of Arkham Horror, I just haven't gotten a chance to play it myself yet - it always seems to get preempted by CAH, RDI, or Fortune and Glory. I'll give AH a shot one of these days.


Just make sure you set aside a decently hefty block of time for it, and hopefully your playing with others who know how to play.

Protip: Unless your close to the limit on open gates, do not enter a gate unless you have the clue tokens to seal it, especially for the most active gate locations. There are 67 Mythos cards, and pretty much all of them open gates in the core game. Out of all the unstable locations, 4 locations on the board account for 40 of the 67 mythos cards.

If you leave the gate open until you can seal it, you get more monster surges, but the doom track stays managable. If you close those gates, they tend to just re-open again and the doom track runs away on you.

END COMMUNICATION
 
2012-12-18 04:16:07 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: FoxKelfonne: All gaming is a waste of time. That's sort of the point.


QFT
 
Gamer myself back in the days when D & D was new.


Holy crap.. how OLD ARE YOU?!
 
2012-12-18 04:30:30 PM  

susansto-helit: Lord Zardoz: Swordblade:
If you're looking for a good "pick up and go" game (i.e. doesn't require 10^3 pieces or rulebook pages) I suggest giving Red Dragon Inn a shot - I've gotten plenty of friends and family members hooked on it, including those who have no idea what D&D stands for.

If however you are looking for a game with 10^3 pieces and rule book pages, I suggest a nice relaxing game of Arkham Horror.

[www.gateplay.com image 450x307]

Not many games where a former soldier with PTSD and a flame thrower can be suffering from Consumption, Delerium, Agoraphobia, and Mania will manage to kill the Dunwich Horror, and then be named Deputy of Arkham and issued a gun and a badge, as well as being issued a retainer by the local news paper because of all of his fascinating stories.

END COMMUNICATION

My friends and I don't care much for that game, mainly because if you get sucked into another dimension, it takes forever to get back in the game. However, Mansions of Madness has gone over quite well with our group. And it's very much like D&D in that there is one person (essentially the dungeon master) playing against the rest of the group.


If you like a fantasy theme, you might want to try Descent, it's got a similar team-vs-gm style.
 
2012-12-18 04:33:38 PM  

Lord Zardoz: Swordblade: Lord Zardoz: 

Other members of my gaming group have also sung the praises of Arkham Horror, I just haven't gotten a chance to play it myself yet - it always seems to get preempted by CAH, RDI, or Fortune and Glory. I'll give AH a shot one of these days.

Just make sure you set aside a decently hefty block of time for it, and hopefully your playing with others who know how to play.

Protip: Unless your close to the limit on open gates, do not enter a gate unless you have the clue tokens to seal it, especially for the most active gate locations. There are 67 Mythos cards, and pretty much all of them open gates in the core game. Out of all the unstable locations, 4 locations on the board account for 40 of the 67 mythos cards.

If you leave the gate open until you can seal it, you get more monster surges, but the doom track stays managable. If you close those gates, they tend to just re-open again and the doom track runs away on you.

END COMMUNICATION


Also take a close look at the Ancient One you'll be facing. For some of them, it's a better goal to build up your combat abilities and try to take it out rather than sealing/closing gates, especially if you're playing with some of the alternate rules.
 
2012-12-18 04:35:46 PM  
There is a time and place for Dominion, Arkham Horror, 7 Wonders and Settlers of Catan. There is also a time and place for Apples-to-Apples and Cards Against Humanity. They are different times and different places. Apples to Apples and Cards against Humanity are party games that you play with a ton of people in a party like atmosphere. It's pretty easy to add or remove people throughout the game, you can play with a ton of people, the rules are extremely simple and in the end it doesn't really matter who wins.

Dominion Arkham Horror, 7 Wonders, Settlers of Catan, Pandemic, Shadows Over Camelot, Ticket to Ride and so forth are great games but require a different environment to play them in. Many of them have more complicated rule sets that take longer to explain, They tend to be geared more towards 3-5 players, if someone wants to leave or join midgame you are kind of screwed and so forth.

If I am having people over for a board game day, or I have a small group of friends over we will play one of the more involved board games. If I have 10 or more people over a ton of them are drunk and we want something to do then we will play apples to apples or cards against humanity.

People trying to claim that the one type of game is better then other other are either missing the point or trolling. Cards against humanity is dumb if you only have 2 sober people just like arkham horror is dumb if you have 12 shiatfaced people.
 
2012-12-18 04:36:02 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: If you like a fantasy theme, you might want to try Descent, it's got a similar team-vs-gm style.


Yep. Descent is fun. Haven't tried the new edition yet though.
 
2012-12-18 04:47:17 PM  
I keep my copy of CoH in my car at all times because it is the perfect game to just pull out at a moment's notice. It takes absolutely no prep, the rules are simple, number of players allowed is incredibly huge, and it always leads to a lot of laughter. Sure, I love playing Pandemic, Settlers, Ticket to Ride, Empire Builder, and Arkham Horror. But it isn't always the time or the place to bust out Twilight Imperium (set the time and the place and I'll be there with my copy). CoH is just relaxing fun that can be played anywhere from hotel rooms, basements, backyard barbecues, bars, wherever. Especially if you're just hanging out, killing time. Though I don't recommend playing it in the car as it is guaranteed to lead to distracted driving even if the driver is actually playing the game.
 
2012-12-18 05:09:25 PM  

K.B.O. Winston: sniderman: Paid $10 for mine. Worth every penny.

"a hot cocoa sampler box"
"your mom"

If I played with fellow Farkers 'A Hot Cocoa Sampler Box' would be a great use of one of the blank cards.

/so far my fav black blank card is one will filled out with "I'm not saying it's aliens, but it's ______"


This. :D

As it is, we DID add "Weedlord Bonerhitler" to our card deck, and also enjoy some Arkham Horror and Betrayal At The House On The Hill and Mansions of Madness (Betrayal probably my favourite of the lot)--then again, also am with a circle of gamers who have "card and table game nights" along with the RPG nights, and who also tend to be Farkers :D

/speaking of which, should spend less time Farking and more time getting ready to go--speaking of Tabletop Gaming Night...
 
2012-12-18 06:01:14 PM  
 
2012-12-18 06:02:58 PM  

leakybucket: susansto-helit: 1. Asians who are bad at math


In all sincerity, I ask: is ironic, hipster racism still racism? Last time we played, my wife played once, then decided she didn't like the game, and told that was why. The next game at the same party someone drew the 'big black dick' card, and it made me wonder something similar.

Not trying to be a debbie downer; I just think the game goes for a certain mid-brow demographic, and seems like it tosses in these low-brow notions specifically to make the midders feel like they're high-brow because they 'get it'.


if i was in a room and you said that i would leave. i know all the words but i have no farking idea what you are prattling on about.
 
2012-12-18 07:27:38 PM  

Quigs: If there's no thinking involved, and there's no social aspect to manipulate, It's a waste of time.


If you believe there is no social aspect to manipulate in CAH, you're doing it wrong. That's what the whole game is, really--does the judge have an offbeat sense of humor, are they punny, are they gross-out fans, whatever.
 
2012-12-18 07:30:42 PM  
I see HeartBurnKid beat me to the above sentiment...I should read moar.
 
2012-12-18 07:40:24 PM  

diaphoresis: Bathia_Mapes: FoxKelfonne: All gaming is a waste of time. That's sort of the point.


QFT
 
Gamer myself back in the days when D & D was new.

Holy crap.. how OLD ARE YOU?!



60
 
2012-12-18 09:25:14 PM  

K.B.O. Winston: If I played with fellow Farkers 'A Hot Cocoa Sampler Box' would be a great use of one of the blank cards.

 
 
Not to mention "a Guinness bar towel"
 
2012-12-19 02:55:34 AM  
CAH is great! My friends think I'm funny and I think they're funny, and we all have similar interests and world views, so we have some really fun and funny games of CAH. Not every game needs to be serious. We often use a simple game like CAH or Bohnanza to get OIR juices flowing, and to recharge between more Serious games.

We also play Arkham Horror a lot, in part because it's cooperative. Also:

Ticket to Ride (the app is better than the board game)
Last Night on Earth
Descent (we haven't gotten the new edition)
Tales of the Arabian Nights
Memoir '44
Dominion
Battlestar Galactica (I can't put into words how great this game is)

I'm sure I'm forgetting something. And yes, we ordered the CAH holiday cards.
 
2012-12-19 09:51:16 AM  
My favorite game of the last two years was Catacombs. It's D&D with flicking discs. Dexterity dungeon crawl. One person plays the evil Overseer and controls the monsters and up to 4 others play the heroes.

Incredible game if you have the right person playing the Overseer as he basically plays the DM. Like any other DM, if he's a bad DM, he'll ruin the experience by taking all his monsters and attack a single character until they die and then pick off the rest. With a great Overseer, it's a great time for everyone and the DM will modify the dungeon as they see fit to adjust for the skill of the players. When I do it, I'll add or remove rooms to try and get everyone to the final chamber alive for the final fight.
 
2012-12-19 04:40:36 PM  

abhorrent1: Wikimedia foundation? Thank god! They'll need that to pay Sue Gardners $200K salary.

Meanwhile, around the world:
[images.catholic.org image 250x250]


Why shouldn't I look away from a cardboard cut-out?
 
2012-12-19 11:56:58 PM  

Langdon_777: Fav card game: Grass.


I remember that being a lot of fun the one or two times I played it, but have no idea if it has staying power.

I lost a lot because my friends will flat out lie to me and I'll always fall for it. That game can get super political.
 
2012-12-20 12:13:58 AM  

MasterPython: douchebag/hater: Wikipedia?

WHY?

Especially since Chicagoland has REAL needs like starving children, massive gun violence and homelessness that could have put $70k+ to better use than Wiki.

I suppose it makes the geeks/nerds FEEL good about themselves instead of actually, you know, DOING some good.

If you are going to give money to people in offices to shuffle paper giving it to wikipedia has a better return on investment than any of the poverty industry companies.


so it's like when you give a like button, to the candle jpeg of the lastest school shooting tragedy?
 
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