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Psychotic Ninja

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  1. Years ago streamer ProtonJon made his Raid counter-measures. Clip is friend of said streamer (who is also a streamer) raids friend, witnesses said Raid counter-measures for the first time.
  2. Thanks, but I'll just have coffee.
  3. You know what I should replay? Ni No Kuni
  4. Oh hey, first on the page, sweet.
  5. I guess I'll just double post then, seeing as there hasn't been a reply yet.
  6. The site. You're too easy to miss. Often times I have to double back, as I missed your posts.
  7. Did someone say Quake and Unreal Tournament?!
  8. Kerdios, you need an avatar, you blend in too perfectly.
  9. Fun fact: There's a contract between them, that allows The Simpsons make fun of Fox (well, rather it allows them to write episodes without interference from Fox, but still). Just some examples (including other shows). As for your question, things were (probably) different 30 years ago. Edit: Reddit's answer
  10. Not with that attitude.
  11. Burninating the countryside Burninating the peasants Burninating all the peoples And their thatched-roof cottages! Thatched-roof cottages!
  12. Speaking of new things, recently I got a new computer. Specs are: GTX 1660 TI, 32GB of RAM, Intel Core i5-9600
  13. Look, we can do this dance for hours. Just know, that from my perspective, if you're gonna pirate something, you weren't gonna bother buying it in the first place. So, again, excuse me for doubting you. There's literally no incentive for you to purchase something you got for free. Like I said, if you want to support a company, you would bloody support them. Two hours/two weaks is more than enough time to determine if you'll like a game on Steam. Pirating their product isn't supporting them. Don't get me wrong, I'm not against pirating. Don't get me wrong, I'm not against pirating. However, you're bullshitting if you claim to purchase the product after pirating it. End of discussion.
  14. Look, it is my belief, that if you pirate something, you're not going to buy it later. If you're gonna support the Devs or whatever, you would support them. If you can't (like broke College students for example), then people pirate. When platforms like Steam and Origin allow refunds, there's no reason to buy, try it, and if you don't like it, refund it. If you pirate, and don't like, uninstall. You weren't gonna buy it in the first place. So excuse me if I doubt you're purchasing products after pirating them.
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