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#67 TF2 and CS:GO's source code got leaked in TF2 General Discussion

Why have Valve not said anything about this yet? Wouldn't it be in their best interest to advise their players not play the game for the time being?
Also, can they even recover from this? Or can this actually spell the end of both CSGO and TF2?

posted 7 months ago
#21 TF2 and CS:GO's source code got leaked in TF2 General Discussion

As a software dev, everything in those screens is very relatable.

posted 7 months ago
#1 Thundercat - It Is What It Is in Music, Movies, TV

This album is brilliant, almost certainly better than Drunk. Also the Dragonball Durag music video has to be the funniest music video I've seen in a good while:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ormQQG2UhtQ

thoughts?

posted 7 months ago
#10 Do people not like talking to each other anymore? in Off Topic

This is going off-topic and I don't really expect this post to resonate with anyone or to even be well received or get any replies, but nonetheless I find this interesting and want to put this out there.

In my travels I've found that how friendly people are with strangers varies greatly from culture to culture. In Malta we're very mindful of our own business. We don't start conversations with strangers unless we absolutely have to. There is this air of untrust and skepticism towards strangers. And yet the ironic joke we repeat over here is that everybody knows everybody. This joke rings so true insofar as, if you come across someone you don't know, you are guaranteed to at least know someone that does know that person. Despite this level of untrust we treat strangers with, the crime rates in Malta are crazy low, and it rings true with the Maltese people, as xenophobic as it shows us as a people to be, that a large majority of crimes are caused moreso by foreigners than by locals. It pains me to back this sentiment up, but Christian morality values really do run deep over here. The Maltese people generally mean well despite how hostile they treat strangers. And they know this too - in some parts of Gozo, people still leave their keys in their parked cars. their garages fully open, their bicycles lying on the sidewalk unchained. I find this contrast really interesting.

Furthermore, some cities/states and their people have shown themselves to behave differently. Of the places I've been, Manchester and Sicily spring up as being some of the friendliest people I've come across. When I first went to these places, it was jarring and almost unsettling how friendly these people were. But it's really interesting just how easily they'll greet strangers on the street as if they've known them forever. As for crime rates I can't be fair in commenting inasfar as I haven't done my research well. I know that, last time I checked, Manchester has the second highest crime rate in England. but it isn't fair of me to make this comparison as this includes Greater Manchester, and I've only spent time in central Manchester.

This post didn't really go anywhere so much as it was just me expressing a sentiment. I guess the thing to take away from it is that the willingness to talk to strangers is also a very cultural thing inasmuch as it is a personal trait in the individual.

posted 7 months ago
#102 so are y'all gonna be voting for joe biden now in Off Topic
MarxistThe proper course of action is to refuse to participate at all - withdraw consent.

As much as I think you're spot on in the rest of your post, I take issue with this statement insofar as I don't know the details of your voting system.
1) Do the minor parties (eg. Green party) nominate candidates/run presidential campaigns? If these can be voted for and you agree with their politics, you ought to vote for them despite how obvious it is that they won't win
2) Are spoilt ballots/protest votes counted over there? And is the number of people who could have voted but chose not to counted over there? I know that for example in the UK, people who can vote but don't are not counted, but spoilt ballots are. In this case a spoilt ballot is the best form of protest in an electiom as it shows that you take such issue with the available candidates that you could be fucked to take time out of your day to go to the voting booth to express it.

posted 7 months ago
#86 what is the new face in The Dumpster

:@ D

posted 7 months ago
#62 what makes you angry in Off Topic
Azazel-politics on a video game forum, what could go wrong

So tired of seeing people say this.
What's so bloody special about your videogame forum that god forbid we discuss anything serious or important on it? Regardless of whether these discussions/arguments actually do reach some solid conclusion or not, there's 0 reason NOT to discuss this stuff over here.

posted 7 months ago
#32 what makes you angry in Off Topic

underperforming drives me up the wall, even during practice.

posted 7 months ago
#13 ‎griff's empty title ban request thread [granted - 2 weeks] in The Dumpster

posted 7 months ago
#8 TOP 10 TEAM FORTRESS 2 PLAYERS in Videos

fucking killed me when he put the picture of girl b4nny

posted 7 months ago
#1 Need help decrypting my own meme in Customization

I'm looking through my hard drive for shit to delete and I come across this

https://i.imgur.com/OGBSn8T.png

I made this >meme about 4 years ago and for the life of me i cannot understand what the point of it is or why i thought it was funnny

any takes?

posted 7 months ago
#27 anyone watching candidates in World Events

I'm only now realising this is a chess thread and not another US election thread

posted 8 months ago
#15 ravers in Off Topic
RussianGuyovichSnackDk if these count as raves, but I made plans to go see Squarepusher twice in May. first in Brussels then in Amsterdam the next day. Gonna be really bummed out if I can't make it cos of this coronavirus situation. The gig in Brussels also has Plaid and Blanck Mass opening. What a lineup :'(
Did you get a chance to see Squarepusher on the Shobaleader One tour he did with a full band? Gutted I missed that :(

Afraid not. I only discovered Squarepusher and seriously got into him like 3 years ago :(

posted 8 months ago
#2 ravers in Off Topic

Depends on your definition of rave. The scene in Malta is a bit iffy (there's not a lot of room for experimentation or very underground artists here since we only have 2 proper clubs which individually don't fit more than 500 people each), but the promoters like to bring lots of techno acts and a few house acts here and there.

Last party I went to Setaoc Mass had a 4 hour set, was pretty aight tho I was in the mood for something a bit faster at the tome tbh.
Before that they brought Stef Mendesidis and it was 3 hours non-stop at 145+ bpm. Really really enjoyed that one <3

Dk if these count as raves, but I made plans to go see Squarepusher twice in May. first in Brussels then in Amsterdam the next day. Gonna be really bummed out if I can't make it cos of this coronavirus situation. The gig in Brussels also has Plaid and Blanck Mass opening. What a lineup :'(

posted 8 months ago
#4182 THE GREAT TF.TV CHALLENGE in Off Topic

My friend and I are forming a techno act and this is gonna be the cover of our first album

https://i.imgur.com/oZKQ2vT.png

posted 8 months ago
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