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  1. Baldur's Gate! Baldur's Gate! Baldur's Gate! How can we ever forget Minsc, Jaheira, Imoen, Sarevok, and Bhaal? C'mon, it had a great story, great characters, great play... Fallout was good, but not that good.
  2. And how can I forget, favorite songs? Where are we runnin'?, Other side, I don't want to be a star - Kravitz I disappear, Harvester of Sorrow, Seek and Destroy - Metallica Duality, The blister exists, Before I forget, Danger-keep away - Slipknot Boom, Southtown, Satellite, Revolution, Wildfire - P.O.D. Trees - Rush Fire, Purple Haze, All along the watchtower, Mary - Jimi Hendrix American Idiot, Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Green Day Look what you've done, Cold Hard B*tch - Jet Prison Song, AtwA, Science, Psycho, Shimmy - System of a Down Prayer, Remember, Liberate, Mistress - Disturbed
  3. Metallica, Jimi Hendrix, Rush, Slipknot, Lenny Kravitz, P.O.D., Green Day, Pink Martini, Jet, System of a Down, Disturbed... A more diverse group you can't find.
  4. Congratulations! There is nothing better than true love
  5. For me, Lost in Translation and Troy. Two VERY different movies, but I liked them both. Fav movie of all time... Gladiator. Nothing better!
  6. Tell that to Bernie Sanders... <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Better yet, tell that to Ralph Nader; that guy just doesn't get it.
  7. Let me put this in a way you just might understand it: suppose you're a weaker kid in the schoolyard, and there are bullies and whatnot, and they sometimes pick on you. Wouldn't you want the bigger, stronger, more benevolent, boys to help you out when that happens? Because you might stand on your own verbally, but when push comes to shove, you're done. Get the message yet?Its the same with the U.S. and people around the globe. I'm not saying its a moral obligation, per se, just that its always a good idea to thwart "the bad guys" before they make their way to you. And concerning what someone else said, yes, Saddam DID have WMDs. Since you think he didn't, then why are there irradiated mass graves in Northern Iraq, filled with the bodies of Kurdish prisoners and civilians, their bodies reeking of chemical weapons? Or the fact that in 2003, a platoon discovered several mobile trailers the size of a standard Kenmore Big-Rig, with bioweaponry labs and sterile rooms inside? Or the fact that during Clinton's reign, nearly all the world agreed that Hussein had WMDS, yet when Bush actually does something about it (those 12 U.N. sanctions were completely useless) the world turns its back on the guy doing right? Typical. Thats all these radical liberals and their beloved U.N. seem to be good at: they can talk the talk, yet they never want to walk the walk. BTW, consider this: A standard Bioweapon is the size of briefcase. How easy would it be hide about two or so in a country bigger than California? You could set a 100,000 people looking for it and they would NEVER find it. Yet that doesn't mean its not there.
  8. Politics can be so polarizing, sometimes. First of all, this whole thing about the socialist Hilary Clinton running in 2008 has merit; if Bush wins this election, there will be no democratic incumbent to already be in H. Clinton's place to run for reelection. If Kerry wins, she will be too old to run in 2012. All that stands in her way to presidency is a Kerry victory... and, if we make an amendment for it, then Schwartznegger will be there to contest her if she does run for pres (yes!). Concerning the U.N. Oil-for-Food scandal, which is being heavily covered up by the liberal media, no wonder basically all of western Europe (with the exception of England) wanted to keep Saddam in power: they had lucrative interests vested in Iraq, which Bush would destroy if he invaded (aka liberated). How many thousands of civilians and Kurds died because the U.N. told the U.S.A. to cease the war prematurely in '91 and not help the civilians rise up against their oppressor, whom the U.N. seemed so eager to keep in power? How many died because of the illegal oil for food program, of which France was the biggest participant? You don't see Jacque Chirac being impeached, like he's calling for Bush to be. Its so ironic how hypocritical the "progressive" U.N. is, even when genocide and ethnic cleansing is going on at the U.N. leader's backdoor, in Sudan. Kofi Annan turns a blind eye to the genocide in Sudan every day, even when Libya (his country) is right next door. And how stupid it is that Libya is the head of the human rights commision! Gah, makes me sick just thinking about them! As for Clinton, well, he lied under oath about his little tyrst with Lewinsky; Bush acted on faulty intelligence he thought was accurate while not under oath. Case closed. BTW, while Bill was on Air Force One in '98, an agent told him that they had Osama bin Laden pinpointed and were ready to launch a missile that would end his terrorist career. Clinton's response? "What 'till I'm off the phone". A half-hour later, the oppurtunity was gone, and Osama once again disappeared into the Middle-east.* I don't blame Clinton for the economy, nor do I accredit him with creating the millions of jobs that were created during his term; the same goes for Bush, and the jobs made during his term. If you want to read more about the escapades of our little Clinton, then I would suggest Dereliction of Duty. Thats all for now; I could write pages more about the shortcomings of the U.N, Hilary and Bill, and how Kerry would not properly handle the war on terror and how Bush could, but it seems that other objective writers have already taken care of that . *source: Dereliction of Duty
  9. How sweet (sarcasm meter skyrocketing...)
  10. Look at Iraq five years ago: people being brutally murdered every day at Hussein's whim; mass graves reeking of uranium, filled with civilians. People being gassed because they disagreed with Hussein. People living in fear of their leader, thinking theres not way out this hell of theres. Look at it now. Terrorists are dead, dying, fleeing, or soon to be dead. Schools, hospitals, and public resource centers are being built by our troops, and the new Iraqi government is about to take the reins. And oh yeah, Husseins in jail now. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Well...I assume this is a right to go to war... <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Can you think of any others?
  11. Look at Iraq five years ago: people being brutally murdered every day at Hussein's whim; mass graves reeking of uranium, filled with civilians. People being gassed because they disagreed with Hussein. People living in fear of their leader, thinking theres not way out this hell of theres. Look at it now. Terrorists are dead, dying, fleeing, or soon to be dead. Schools, hospitals, and public resource centers are being built by our troops, and the new Iraqi government is about to take the reins. And oh yeah, Husseins in jail now.
  12. You are right in one instance, but look at this way, Cosmos: The radical Islamists like bin Laden would rather see no TVs and computers in homes because they "spead corruption". They want women to completely cover themselves in dark clothes because "women are inferior and prone to wickedness". They hate America because we are the land that allows diversity and the pursuit of happiness, regardless of who they are, and thats something fundamental Islam simply loathes. They teach that any member of a Muslim family who converts to a different religon is a heretic and that it is the father's moral obligation to kill that "heretic". This is a twisted and utterly depraved belief system. Look at all the Muslim countries: they live in abject poverty because their Islamic leaders believe its for the best. The women are raped and degraded daily, the children are brainwashed, and the men do it because thats their religon: Islam. They hate Americans, they hate Jews, and they hate American Jews most of all. Now, albeit there ARE good, decent Muslims out there, but it seems that the radical 10% have cowed the others into either silence or forced cooperation. Only a few have stood up to radical Islam for what it is. Religons like Christianity, on the other hand, preach peace and goodwill towards other people. Radical Islam doesn't. However, there is "a time for love and a time for hate, a time for peace and a time for war". And by God, thats our situation. God Bless America. No, not just America. God bless the world. ----------------------------------- He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster; when you look into the abyss, the abyss looks into you...
  13. In terms of the horrifying events of three years ago, I have only this to say: "We should treat memories such as these like backpacks, carried on our backs and not in our arms, so that we remember it, but it does not obscure our vision". A quote from a wise man I knew.
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