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RGL Ban Speedrun Any% (WR)
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#31
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89zombiezWild_Rumpus89zombiezBowl89zombiezwait since when does RGL ban for shit in scrims? i thought they released a statement saying as long as it wasnt on an RGL platform they wont do anything about it
https://i.imgur.com/XnPQ1If.png

thats pretty retarded but thank u

honestly dont get why ppl obsess about others so much, people can say what they want just like you have every right to get mad about it but you have to realize theres still ways to not see it, ie muting, hud_saytext time. I get its sometimes unavoidable but shit happens man you cant always have ur way

or just dont use slurs

i know its hard to fathom but ppl have a natural right to say what they want, especially in a game with no built in chat filters. I know its upsetting for someone to say the bad words but its upto leagues to punish and set the environment they want while being consistent about it.

or just be a decent human and don't worry about getting banned for being a racist

[quote=89zombiez][quote=Wild_Rumpus][quote=89zombiez][quote=Bowl][quote=89zombiez]wait since when does RGL ban for shit in scrims? i thought they released a statement saying as long as it wasnt on an RGL platform they wont do anything about it[/quote]

[img]https://i.imgur.com/XnPQ1If.png[/img][/quote]

thats pretty retarded but thank u

honestly dont get why ppl obsess about others so much, people can say what they want just like you have every right to get mad about it but you have to realize theres still ways to not see it, ie muting, hud_saytext time. I get its sometimes unavoidable but shit happens man you cant always have ur way[/quote]

or just dont use slurs[/quote]

i know its hard to fathom but ppl have a natural right to say what they want, especially in a game with no built in chat filters. I know its upsetting for someone to say the bad words but its upto leagues to punish and set the environment they want while being consistent about it.[/quote]
or just be a decent human and don't worry about getting banned for being a racist
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#32
-29 Frags +
Unicorn_Wizard89zombiezWild_Rumpus89zombiezBowl89zombiezwait since when does RGL ban for shit in scrims? i thought they released a statement saying as long as it wasnt on an RGL platform they wont do anything about it
https://i.imgur.com/XnPQ1If.png

thats pretty retarded but thank u

honestly dont get why ppl obsess about others so much, people can say what they want just like you have every right to get mad about it but you have to realize theres still ways to not see it, ie muting, hud_saytext time. I get its sometimes unavoidable but shit happens man you cant always have ur way

or just dont use slurs

i know its hard to fathom but ppl have a natural right to say what they want, especially in a game with no built in chat filters. I know its upsetting for someone to say the bad words but its upto leagues to punish and set the environment they want while being consistent about it.
or just be a decent human and don't worry about getting banned for being a racist

not everyone in the world is a decent human bud, the faster u come to that conclusion the better ur life will be

[quote=Unicorn_Wizard][quote=89zombiez][quote=Wild_Rumpus][quote=89zombiez][quote=Bowl][quote=89zombiez]wait since when does RGL ban for shit in scrims? i thought they released a statement saying as long as it wasnt on an RGL platform they wont do anything about it[/quote]

[img]https://i.imgur.com/XnPQ1If.png[/img][/quote]

thats pretty retarded but thank u

honestly dont get why ppl obsess about others so much, people can say what they want just like you have every right to get mad about it but you have to realize theres still ways to not see it, ie muting, hud_saytext time. I get its sometimes unavoidable but shit happens man you cant always have ur way[/quote]

or just dont use slurs[/quote]

i know its hard to fathom but ppl have a natural right to say what they want, especially in a game with no built in chat filters. I know its upsetting for someone to say the bad words but its upto leagues to punish and set the environment they want while being consistent about it.[/quote]
or just be a decent human and don't worry about getting banned for being a racist[/quote]

not everyone in the world is a decent human bud, the faster u come to that conclusion the better ur life will be
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#33
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Unicorn_Wizardor just be a decent human and don't worry about getting banned for being a racist

https://i.imgur.com/5vvYNUj.jpg

Bingo!

[quote=Unicorn_Wizard]
or[b] just be a decent human[/b] and don't worry about getting banned for being a racist[/quote]

[img]https://i.imgur.com/5vvYNUj.jpg[/img]

Bingo!
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#34
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Bowl89zombiezwait since when does RGL ban for shit in scrims? i thought they released a statement saying as long as it wasnt on an RGL platform they wont do anything about it
https://i.imgur.com/XnPQ1If.png

rgl.gg is smelly lolol

[quote=Bowl][quote=89zombiez]wait since when does RGL ban for shit in scrims? i thought they released a statement saying as long as it wasnt on an RGL platform they wont do anything about it[/quote]

[img]https://i.imgur.com/XnPQ1If.png[/img][/quote]
rgl.gg is smelly lolol
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#35
25 Frags +

https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/452/108/340.jpg

[img]https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/452/108/340.jpg[/img]
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#36
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MRfunnyalienUnicorn_Wizardor just be a decent human and don't worry about getting banned for being a racist
https://i.imgur.com/5vvYNUj.jpg

Bingo!

let that sink in does not belong fuck you

[quote=MRfunnyalien][quote=Unicorn_Wizard]
or[b] just be a decent human[/b] and don't worry about getting banned for being a racist[/quote]

[img]https://i.imgur.com/5vvYNUj.jpg[/img]

Bingo![/quote]
let that sink in does not belong fuck you
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#37
44 Frags +

how are you people admitting you aren't even trying to be decent human beings lmfao

how are you people admitting you aren't even trying to be decent human beings lmfao
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#38
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Rebitehow are you people admitting you aren't even trying to be decent human beings lmfao

if ur responding to anything i said you missed the point very hard

[quote=Rebite]how are you people admitting you aren't even trying to be decent human beings lmfao[/quote]

if ur responding to anything i said you missed the point very hard
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#39
5 Frags +
89zombiezWild_Rumpus89zombiezBowl89zombiezwait since when does RGL ban for shit in scrims? i thought they released a statement saying as long as it wasnt on an RGL platform they wont do anything about it
https://i.imgur.com/XnPQ1If.png

thats pretty retarded but thank u

honestly dont get why ppl obsess about others so much, people can say what they want just like you have every right to get mad about it but you have to realize theres still ways to not see it, ie muting, hud_saytext time. I get its sometimes unavoidable but shit happens man you cant always have ur way

or just dont use slurs

i know its hard to fathom but ppl have a natural right to say what they want, especially in a game with no built in chat filters. I know its upsetting for someone to say the bad words but its upto leagues to punish and set the environment they want while being consistent about it.

Certainly having clear league rules is important. I personally think something similar to these rules may be a sufficient approach

[quote=89zombiez][quote=Wild_Rumpus][quote=89zombiez][quote=Bowl][quote=89zombiez]wait since when does RGL ban for shit in scrims? i thought they released a statement saying as long as it wasnt on an RGL platform they wont do anything about it[/quote]

[img]https://i.imgur.com/XnPQ1If.png[/img][/quote]

thats pretty retarded but thank u

honestly dont get why ppl obsess about others so much, people can say what they want just like you have every right to get mad about it but you have to realize theres still ways to not see it, ie muting, hud_saytext time. I get its sometimes unavoidable but shit happens man you cant always have ur way[/quote]

or just dont use slurs[/quote]

i know its hard to fathom but ppl have a natural right to say what they want, especially in a game with no built in chat filters. I know its upsetting for someone to say the bad words but its upto leagues to punish and set the environment they want while being consistent about it.[/quote]
Certainly having clear league rules is important. I personally think something similar to [url=https://i.imgur.com/XnPQ1If.png]these rules[/url] may be a sufficient approach
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#40
28 Frags +

controversial opinion: not calling people slurs isnt that hard, there are a 1000 other words to use. me calling someone short hits harder than you saying f***** every time you get airshot.

controversial opinion: not calling people slurs isnt that hard, there are a 1000 other words to use. me calling someone short hits harder than you saying f***** every time you get airshot.
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#41
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89zombiez

You're right, you do have the right to say whatever you want, barring situations where it would create lawless action. People also have the right to call you out for what you said, and exclude you from entering privately owned locations, or clubs. This is why you can be asked to leave for shouting racist things in a restaurant, and why you can be essentially blacklisted from other restaurants in the area. Same thing applies to tf2 leagues, if you're saying racist things in a tf2center, or a scrim and some league hears this and it's their policy to ban anyone who does this, it makes sense to ban them.

[quote=89zombiez][/quote]
You're right, you do have the right to say whatever you want, barring situations where it would create lawless action. People also have the right to call you out for what you said, and exclude you from entering privately owned locations, or clubs. This is why you can be asked to leave for shouting racist things in a restaurant, and why you can be essentially blacklisted from other restaurants in the area. Same thing applies to tf2 leagues, if you're saying racist things in a tf2center, or a scrim and some league hears this and it's their policy to ban anyone who does this, it makes sense to ban them.
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#42
-5 Frags +

im sorry for being racist guys ill be better i swear !

im sorry for being racist guys ill be better i swear !
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#43
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TheScientificGamerUnicorn_Wizardor just be a decent human and don't worry about getting banned for being a racistx

post this on ur main smart guy

[quote=TheScientificGamer][quote=Unicorn_Wizard]or just be a decent human and don't worry about getting banned for being a racist[/quote]
x[/quote]

post this on ur main smart guy
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#44
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Veccpost this on ur main smart guy

sorry wrong account

[quote=Vecc]
post this on ur main smart guy[/quote]

sorry wrong account
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#45
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thats better

thats better
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#46
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The Scientific Gamer Vs. The Gaming Metaphysician

The Scientific Gamer Vs. The Gaming Metaphysician
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#47
-13 Frags +

terrible, awful. the thread's not too good either

terrible, awful. the thread's not too good either
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#48
20 Frags +

same time next month?

same time next month?
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#49
3 Frags +

i cant think of anything more boring than responding to slur slingers with a response about how they're actually really boring.

i cant think of anything more boring than responding to slur slingers with a response about how they're actually really boring.
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#50
-5 Frags +
rickrigatonilet that sink in

what does he want

[quote=rickrigatoni]
let that sink in[/quote]
what does he want
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#51
3 Frags +

hi

hi
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#52
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TheScientificGamerx

It’s just a theory, a GAME theory.

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Mathew Robert Patrick, you can’t escape this time!
[quote=TheScientificGamer]x[/quote]
It’s just a theory, a GAME theory.
[spoiler]Mathew Robert Patrick, you can’t escape this time![/spoiler]
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#53
4 Frags +

What's the current world record to getting a full team banned on RGL though?

What's the current world record to getting a full team banned on RGL though?
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#54
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TheScientificGamerI believe the issue is not necessarily with race--rather, the issue is with culture. The most "racist" states are ones where you have two cultures that do not have much in common, namely, white culture, and African-American culture. African-American culture, known for its embrace of loud social activity (and a general expression of the will through publicized song and dance) highly contrasts with the "white" American culture, with its origin is obviously derived from Europe, where things that are revered are treated with a sort of stoicism and silence.

Ah yes, the real cause of racism is that white americans are afraid of loud noises.

The whole "trust me I'm scientific, I posted one statistic and then extrapolated wild conclusions with no backing" schtick is a real stupid trend. It should be pretty telling that these types never cite their sources. Those statistics come from Project Implicit, and these are the the conclusions that they make in their paper Exposure to Racial Out-Groups and Implicit Race Bias in the United States (2015):

Rae Newheiser OlsonIn conclusion, aligning with findings from political science (Putnam, 2007) and sociology (Quillian, 1995), we found that greater proportions of Black, relative to White, residents in U.S. states and counties predicted stronger in-group bias among both White and Black Americans. Although we attempted to isolate the relationship between out-group exposure and race bias (e.g., by using control variables and replicating the pattern across units of analysis), it remains unclear exactly why this pattern emerged.

Any attempt to definitively say "yes this is why that is" is unscientific mumbo. The actual researchers' best estimation is:

Rae Newheiser OlsonWhite respondents living in areas with few Black residents have relatively few encounters with the low-status group, and therefore their high in-group status may not be chronically salient. But for White respondents living in areas with high proportions of Black residents, high ingroup status may indeed be chronically salient and may bolster in-group bias.

Which does not suggest anything you're saying.

[quote=TheScientificGamer]I believe the issue is not necessarily with race--rather, the issue is with culture. The most "racist" states are ones where you have two cultures that do not have much in common, namely, white culture, and African-American culture. African-American culture, known for its embrace of loud social activity (and a general expression of the will through publicized song and dance) highly contrasts with the "white" American culture, with its origin is obviously derived from Europe, where things that are revered are treated with a sort of stoicism and silence.[/quote]
Ah yes, the real cause of racism is that white americans are afraid of loud noises.

The whole "trust me I'm scientific, I posted one statistic and then extrapolated wild conclusions with no backing" schtick is a real stupid trend. It should be pretty telling that these types never cite their sources. Those statistics come from Project Implicit, and these are the the conclusions that they make in their paper [i]Exposure to Racial Out-Groups and Implicit Race Bias in the United States[/i] (2015):
[quote=Rae Newheiser Olson]In conclusion, aligning with findings from political science (Putnam, 2007) and sociology (Quillian, 1995), we found that greater proportions of Black, relative to White, residents in U.S. states and counties predicted stronger in-group bias among both White and Black Americans. Although we attempted to isolate the relationship between out-group exposure and race bias (e.g., by using control variables and replicating the pattern across units of analysis), it remains unclear exactly why this pattern emerged.[/quote]
Any attempt to definitively say "yes this is why that is" is unscientific mumbo. The actual researchers' best estimation is:
[quote=Rae Newheiser Olson]White respondents living in areas with few Black residents have relatively few encounters with the low-status group, and therefore their high in-group status may not be chronically salient. But for White respondents living in areas with high proportions of Black residents, high ingroup status may indeed be chronically salient and may bolster in-group bias.[/quote]
Which does not suggest anything you're saying.
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#55
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TheScientificGamersnip

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[quote=TheScientificGamer]
snip[/quote]
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#56
-18 Frags +
JarateKingTheScientificGamerI believe the issue is not necessarily with race--rather, the issue is with culture. The most "racist" states are ones where you have two cultures that do not have much in common, namely, white culture, and African-American culture. African-American culture, known for its embrace of loud social activity (and a general expression of the will through publicized song and dance) highly contrasts with the "white" American culture, with its origin is obviously derived from Europe, where things that are revered are treated with a sort of stoicism and silence.Ah yes, the real cause of racism is that white americans are afraid of loud noises.

The whole "trust me I'm scientific, I posted one statistic and then extrapolated wild conclusions with no backing" schtick is a real stupid trend. It should be pretty telling that these types never cite their sources. Those statistics come from Project Implicit, and these are the the conclusions that they make in their paper Exposure to Racial Out-Groups and Implicit Race Bias in the United States (2015):Rae Newheiser OlsonIn conclusion, aligning with findings from political science (Putnam, 2007) and sociology (Quillian, 1995), we found that greater proportions of Black, relative to White, residents in U.S. states and counties predicted stronger in-group bias among both White and Black Americans. Although we attempted to isolate the relationship between out-group exposure and race bias (e.g., by using control variables and replicating the pattern across units of analysis), it remains unclear exactly why this pattern emerged.Any attempt to definitively say "yes this is why that is" is unscientific mumbo. The actual researchers' best estimation is:Rae Newheiser OlsonWhite respondents living in areas with few Black residents have relatively few encounters with the low-status group, and therefore their high in-group status may not be chronically salient. But for White respondents living in areas with high proportions of Black residents, high ingroup status may indeed be chronically salient and may bolster in-group bias.Which does not suggest anything you're saying.

R/woosh normie

[quote=JarateKing][quote=TheScientificGamer]I believe the issue is not necessarily with race--rather, the issue is with culture. The most "racist" states are ones where you have two cultures that do not have much in common, namely, white culture, and African-American culture. African-American culture, known for its embrace of loud social activity (and a general expression of the will through publicized song and dance) highly contrasts with the "white" American culture, with its origin is obviously derived from Europe, where things that are revered are treated with a sort of stoicism and silence.[/quote]
Ah yes, the real cause of racism is that white americans are afraid of loud noises.

The whole "trust me I'm scientific, I posted one statistic and then extrapolated wild conclusions with no backing" schtick is a real stupid trend. It should be pretty telling that these types never cite their sources. Those statistics come from Project Implicit, and these are the the conclusions that they make in their paper [i]Exposure to Racial Out-Groups and Implicit Race Bias in the United States[/i] (2015):
[quote=Rae Newheiser Olson]In conclusion, aligning with findings from political science (Putnam, 2007) and sociology (Quillian, 1995), we found that greater proportions of Black, relative to White, residents in U.S. states and counties predicted stronger in-group bias among both White and Black Americans. Although we attempted to isolate the relationship between out-group exposure and race bias (e.g., by using control variables and replicating the pattern across units of analysis), it remains unclear exactly why this pattern emerged.[/quote]
Any attempt to definitively say "yes this is why that is" is unscientific mumbo. The actual researchers' best estimation is:
[quote=Rae Newheiser Olson]White respondents living in areas with few Black residents have relatively few encounters with the low-status group, and therefore their high in-group status may not be chronically salient. But for White respondents living in areas with high proportions of Black residents, high ingroup status may indeed be chronically salient and may bolster in-group bias.[/quote]
Which does not suggest anything you're saying.[/quote]

R/woosh normie
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#57
1 Frags +
89zombiezR/woosh normie

https://youtu.be/3oZqIbPLzrc

[quote=89zombiez]
R/woosh normie[/quote]
[youtube]https://youtu.be/3oZqIbPLzrc[/youtube]
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#58
0 Frags +
Bowl89zombiezwait since when does RGL ban for shit in scrims? i thought they released a statement saying as long as it wasnt on an RGL platform they wont do anything about it
https://i.imgur.com/XnPQ1If.png

this is referencing spam and unless yoona was spamming in the scrim server, which I doubt, then this doesn't apply.

[quote=Bowl][quote=89zombiez]wait since when does RGL ban for shit in scrims? i thought they released a statement saying as long as it wasnt on an RGL platform they wont do anything about it[/quote]

[img]https://i.imgur.com/XnPQ1If.png[/img][/quote]
this is referencing spam and unless yoona was spamming in the scrim server, which I doubt, then this doesn't apply.
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#59
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Lmao the leafs in this thread

Lmao the leafs in this thread
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#60
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https://t.co/Ftx4zbLQaK

https://t.co/Ftx4zbLQaK
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