Mordhau
 CatR
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  • 26 Jul
 CatR

Remember, kids; don't play Mordhau. It's not worth it.

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  • 23 Jul
 CatR

Really boggles my mind how someone can expend time and effort to write hundreds of words on how words don't contain meaning. I'm starting a march to end marches.

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  • 23 Jul
 CatR

@PC_Principal said:
What I'm trying to say is, antifascists tend to be very intolerant towards opinions and calling literally anyone a nazi / hate speech that believes in some kind of conspiracy or uses the wrong words or jokes. That's why the alex jones reference.
There's no normal conversation between an antifascist and someone who managed to think further than 2 boxes, the antifascist will tell you that pussy is a bad word because it discriminates women as a weak gender and is associated with weakness and how discriminatory use of language is the first step on the rape pyramid. (that 1 hour conversation with a hot anti chick happened because my dude called me a pussy because I didn't wanna drink his booze)

I think you are conflating stupid a-holes to people who believe fascism is bad, they are not one and the same; nor is this in any way related to behaviour in games that negatively effects the user experience. Also Alex Jones is a dangerous mentally ill man and should not be the standard you use for open discussion. Furthermore if your opening gambit is "Why shouldn't we have an open discussion on whether racism is bad?" I really don't think it will be much of a discussion as it proves a significant lack in the kind of background information required to have such a discussion.

Sober up, buddy.

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  • 22 Jul
 CatR

@PC_Principal said:
I think censorship confirms them in their opinions though. For example, I don't think alex jones should have been deplatformed honestly. Everyone could tell the guy was nuts but he had some truths buried there, as turned out in the case of charlie epstein and his connections to wealthy politicians and hollywood.
It makes them hate the left even more and in my opinion we need less people like you who are trying to fight racism and more that are willing to debate it. In my opinion, censorship is always bad.

... ... What..?

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  • 21 Jul
 CatR

Please be considerate of other people. English is not the dominant language in Africa.

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  • 20 Jul
 CatR

How will the chat filter affect enforcing rule 3 of the official server rules?

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  • 20 Jul
 CatR

@ShapiroLibtardsDieTwice said:
If Feitora is just another map for the Frontline game mode, I'm going to gouge my eyes out. Imagine seeing a girl a Walmart and you're like, "Hey she's a good looking girl, her boyfriend must look just as fine", only to see her boyfriend is a disgusting, unhygienic, long haired unkempt ugly creature. "Seriously, she has him as her boyfriend? Fuck me."

Do you have issues you need to work out?

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  • 20 Jul
 CatR

I am so fricking angry because I was going to say "Why isn't chess toxic?" several posts ago and I was beat to the punch because I was late. Heck, arse, bum, poopoo!

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  • 19 Jul
 CatR

@ShapiroLibtardsDieTwice said:

@SWSeriousMike said:

@ShapiroLibtardsDieTwice said:
I've already provided evidence with Rainbow Six, mind you, that game has a bigger dev team and budget. Toxic communities will always be toxic.

Then I provide opposing evidence with Warframe. A game that has grown since all chat was moderated.

I played Warframe for 400 hours. I never have encountered an instance of toxicity, It had developers that were active, fair, and always communicated with the community. Yes, THERE IS moderation, but toxicity in a farming game is so low that there are only a few instances in global chat, which gets shut down immediately. the moderator system was reformed. Why does this game not have toxicity? because of moderation, because of a good community and good developers

Why did they even bother when moderation is useless?

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  • 19 Jul
 CatR

@bardolphus said:
god forbid any humans react to social situations, what a bunch of soyboy libcuck betamales. everyone should just be apathetic and detached from all interaction, especially when they're just trying to enjoy themselves playing video games in a comfortable environment.

remember guys, if you ever have ptsd or anything that might mean you have strong responses to certain stimuli, all you need is to build character, and if you get 'offended' it's entirely your own fault for being a snowflake. people's right to say unnecessarily offensive words in a video game chat far outweighs your own emotional well-being.

What kind of nerd would use words to convey meaning or value anyway? Name one thing of value, using this forum used exclusively to share ideas, that used symbols to illustrate or transfer ideas. Can't think of one? Pfft, thought so. Now excuse me as I drink some Coca-Cola(tm) and enjoy the newest episode of Columbo. Love that detective man, he uses his brains instead of his brawns to catch the crook, you see; it's all psychology. One time he was catching this food critic who was using threats of negative PR to blackmail a restaurant owner, the plot wasn't the strongest but that acting was great. Anyway enough about that I'm going back to live a life devoid of meaning in ideas, just like Jesus would have wanted it.

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  • 19 Jul
 CatR

@CarnifeX said:
I became a lil bit nervous about the VAC Protection in the Game when i was thinking about this Issue here for a while now..

If the VAC doesnt recognize this Guy blatantly cheating, how is it helping us, to prevent Cheaters in the Community?
Is this the only Way to get rid of them, by reports of other Players?
Isnt there an automatic Feature to find them somehow?

VAC doesn't necessarily ban you for cheating instantly, if the cheat contains new code VAC will simply log it and then ban people in waves later. It's to prevent feeding information to cheat developers about when their code was discovered and to develop VAC further. Sadly this means that a cheater might go unpunished for some time before they receive their ban.

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  • 19 Jul
 CatR

@ToLazy4Name said:

@CatR said:

@ToLazy4Name said:

@CatR said:

@ToLazy4Name said:

@CatR said:

@ToLazy4Name said:

@DrGert said:

@ToLazy4Name said:
oh another post from a different user about not being a clan but being an army

hmmm

You’re mistaken, he didn’t even change his name he only changed his avatar.

i'm sure I would have noticed that if I wasn't pretty intoxicated when I made that post >:^(

fucking roleplayers

Stop drinking on weekdays.

I was seeing how well I could shoot while drunk, went well tbh

Fair enough. What was the weapon of choice?

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Neato. I nurture a dream of owning an SKS for plinking cans but gunlaws don't permit it. Great sorrow.

Just go for a .22 of some kind. Fun to shoot, cheap to shoot, you can actually get your hands on them in countries with restrictive gun laws and it is still a viable weapons platform to learn the fundamentals of shooting with.

My father has been a hobby marksman his entire life so I grew up around guns and became familiar with them about the same time I learned how to ride a bike. But rule around here is that you can only own a firearm if you have a valid reason for having one, like being a hunter or member of a club; and in the end the upkeep on these things is just too much for me. If it's not already a part of your day-to-day routine it becomes a chore super fast. In the end you're limited to bolt and 5 round magazines and I just don't find it worth it when you can just find a range that lets you play around with whatever they have in stock.

Great sorrow but ultimately I like money and free time more.

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  • 19 Jul
 CatR

@ToLazy4Name said:

@CatR said:

@ToLazy4Name said:

@CatR said:

@ToLazy4Name said:

@DrGert said:

@ToLazy4Name said:
oh another post from a different user about not being a clan but being an army

hmmm

You’re mistaken, he didn’t even change his name he only changed his avatar.

i'm sure I would have noticed that if I wasn't pretty intoxicated when I made that post >:^(

fucking roleplayers

Stop drinking on weekdays.

I was seeing how well I could shoot while drunk, went well tbh

Fair enough. What was the weapon of choice?

20190705_180905.jpg

Neato. I nurture a dream of owning an SKS for plinking cans but gunlaws don't permit it. Great sorrow.

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  • 19 Jul
 CatR

@ToLazy4Name said:

@CatR said:

@ToLazy4Name said:

@DrGert said:

@ToLazy4Name said:
oh another post from a different user about not being a clan but being an army

hmmm

You’re mistaken, he didn’t even change his name he only changed his avatar.

i'm sure I would have noticed that if I wasn't pretty intoxicated when I made that post >:^(

fucking roleplayers

Stop drinking on weekdays.

I was seeing how well I could shoot while drunk, went well tbh

Fair enough. What was the weapon of choice?

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  • 19 Jul
 CatR

@ToLazy4Name said:

@DrGert said:

@ToLazy4Name said:
oh another post from a different user about not being a clan but being an army

hmmm

You’re mistaken, he didn’t even change his name he only changed his avatar.

i'm sure I would have noticed that if I wasn't pretty intoxicated when I made that post >:^(

fucking roleplayers

Stop drinking on weekdays.

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  • 19 Jul
 CatR

@ShapiroLibtardsDieTwice said:

@Unlikely said:
@ShapiroLibtardsDieTwice said:

Even if we were to start banning people for so called hate speech, you have already explained why it wouldn't work. The only examples given to me so far has been the forums and the worst offenders. The developers have already been at work banning people for exploiting and cheating, do you think they're going to have time dealing with toxic players that I only encounter in Frontline? It's not feasible, we already have a bunch of people complaining about lack of content, dropping player numbers, and a bunch of other issues.

I never said it would be easy, or inexpensive. I think I've consistently said that it would require a lot of effort. We can agree that the admins haven't put in that effort. You go further and insist that (a) they can't, and (b) even if they could, it wouldn't work. It's those last two assumptions about the future that I don't agree with, until I see evidence.

I've already provided evidence with Rainbow Six, mind you, that game has a bigger dev team and budget. Toxic communities will always be toxic.

Well you convinced me, time to uninstall the game and go convince every single person I see who has the game to not play it again until the player count reaches 0. That way we can kill the community and hope if it rebuilds that this time it wont be toxic. Oh well nothing we can do, some guy called "ShapiroExpletiveDieTwice" said so and he seemed to know what he was talking about. Come on everyone let's lock up shop and go home. Really sad it had to go this way but in the face of total inevitability what can we do?

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  • 18 Jul
 CatR

@616RexFortis said:

@CatR said:
This is a great example of why warrior cultures have largely ceased to be, if the best player is elected as the supreme authority then one is actively eliminating governing skill from the pool of candidates. As long as one person spends more time studying how to be a better gamer than how to be a better leader the difficulty of attaining the supreme authority is increased. This naturally culminates in that every individual who spends time studying leadership or governance skills is handicapping themselves as a better gamer in a competitive environment. You eliminate by design the most efficient governors and replace them with people who are incentivized by the system to de-prioritize the skills that makes them proficient at the position they are eventually elected towards.

It is pure in its single-minded approach to eliminating merit. That said I don't think that NATO will employ an army of videogame bois who violate the values of a liberal democracy to fight wars under a satanic banner. This seems like one of em 'er Slenderman cults or whatchamacalls it!

EDIT: I like the logo though.

I higher authority has just revealed to me that during your train of thought you realized you're attempting to refute the irrefutable but decided to continue anyway.

So the logo is not very good?

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  • 18 Jul
 CatR

@KineticWolf said:

@Unlikely said:
Every racist pretends not to be a racist, but that's beside the point. If this were a poll about what your favorite color is, the result would still be meaningless, because the sample isn't random.

No, racists behave in racist ways. If they are pretending not to be, they aren't, because we're our actions, not our thoughts.

Now that is just not true, if we were our actions we'd be creatures of pure stimuli. The cognitive aspect of a human is the single most important factor in deciding its personality, values, and preferences; which in turn informs which actions are reasonable to take. In fact one of the most unique features in humans is that we can hold several simultaneous goals in our heads at once and then independently decide which is worth pursuing and in which order. That humans can choose not to act, or more specifically, act selectively, is the cornerstone of our significant intellect. The cognitive function is the fundamental identity, the actions are merely expression of it.

You need to read up on your cognitive science and philosophy, young man.

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  • 18 Jul
 CatR

This is a great example of why warrior cultures have largely ceased to be, if the best player is elected as the supreme authority then one is actively eliminating governing skill from the pool of candidates. As long as one person spends more time studying how to be a better gamer than how to be a better leader the difficulty of attaining the supreme authority is increased. This naturally culminates in that every individual who spends time studying leadership or governance skills is handicapping themselves as a better gamer in a competitive environment. You eliminate by design the most efficient governors and replace them with people who are incentivized by the system to de-prioritize the skills that makes them proficient at the position they are eventually elected towards.

It is pure in its single-minded approach to eliminating merit. That said I don't think that NATO will employ an army of videogame bois who violate the values of a liberal democracy to fight wars under a satanic banner. This seems like one of em 'er Slenderman cults or whatchamacalls it!

EDIT: I like the logo though.

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  • 18 Jul
 CatR

To be fair being a virtuous person is really hard. Caring about other people is a lot of effort, and standing tall even in the face of hardship is MURDER on the back. It's much easier to create a value-set that justifies bad behaviour that I'm already doing. Like if you see your mother crying instead of asking her what's wrong you can simply say "I like it when my mother cries!" and that way you are rewarded for doing nothing. It's not that other people find me repulsive, it's that I am a unique creative individual who simply doesn't fit in with their restrictive social norms. In a way it's the perfect way to act, by simply saying "I like it this way." I can justify doing all kinds of things, I actually like it when other people try to avoid me, or when they think I'm stupid. They are all up in their high castles thinking about "Doing the right thing." or "Wanting to help other people." Me? I like being looked down on. It's a lot easier.