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Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 7:50 pm
by Whiteagle
pkbrennan wrote:They're very Orky to me...

Good, that's what I was going for!

Bragallot wrote:Falx. Inquistadores. But that's just me 8)

Yeeeaah... no.

They are the Hell Brothers, Blast and Slash, two of the greatest tag team face melters of Briktoid Automata.

Bragallot wrote:And for some reason I thought Whiteagle was Zupponn :?

How'd you ever manage that?

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:36 pm
by Zupponn
Probably because I was the first one here to get that mech (I think).

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:49 pm
by Whiteagle
Zupponn wrote:Probably because I was the first one here to get that mech (I think).

How should one stat them anyways?

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:58 pm
by Zupponn
Whiteagle wrote:
Zupponn wrote:Probably because I was the first one here to get that mech (I think).

How should one stat them anyways?

Here's some helpful hints.

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 9:45 pm
by Bragallot
Zupponn wrote:Probably because I was the first one here to get that mech (I think).


That's probably it. Apart from being senile and blind and not paying enough attention, that is.

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 3:22 pm
by Killer Karetsu
Went on a day-cruise to Estonia (Tallinn) today but no, no legos.
Instead, fucking cheap lemonades (or soda whatever) and energy drinks, no alcohol (for me, not old enough (yeah like that matters :twisted: )).
Well, fucking cheap compared to finnish prices (which are very high). Example: 1.5 l coke (the real coca cola not a rip off) is about 2.5 euros in Finland. In Estonia, ONE euro for 1.5 l.  :0 Battery energy drink in Finland (0.33 l can) about 2.3-4 euros. In estonia, 1.1 euros. And a cheaper energy drink, Dynamit costs sixty cents per 0.5 litres.
So, we grabbed as many as we could. We shall be better prepared next time.

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 3:31 pm
by Tzan
In the USA 2 liters cost 1.70 USD if you get it at a supermarket.
If you go to a small convenience store it would be more.

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 4:27 pm
by Killer Karetsu
Yep, so my sister told me(she's been to USA). If I spent a year in USA I'd get very, very fat.
Maybe it's a good thing that sweets and drinks are so expensive here.

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 7:02 pm
by samuelzz10
Killer Karetsu wrote:Yep, so my sister told me(she's been to USA). If I spent a year in USA I'd get very, very fat.
Maybe it's a good thing that sweets and drinks are so expensive here.

There seems to be a stereotype that all Americans are fat, but really only about 1/20 people are dangerously fat at my school, let me remind you I live in a middle class area of Texas near Houston, (constantly called fattest city in America) so obesity while it is a problem is similar to lots of places I've been to.

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 7:44 pm
by Silverdream
He didn't say all Americans are fat. He said the only thing keeping him from getting fat was the overpriced junk food.

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 7:48 pm
by Ben-Jammin
samuelzz10 wrote:
Killer Karetsu wrote:Yep, so my sister told me(she's been to USA). If I spent a year in USA I'd get very, very fat.
Maybe it's a good thing that sweets and drinks are so expensive here.

There seems to be a stereotype that all Americans are fat, but really only about 1/20 people are dangerously fat at my school, let me remind you I live in a middle class area of Texas near Houston, (constantly called fattest city in America) so obesity while it is a problem is similar to lots of places I've been to.


That actually surprises me, I thought my neighbor state of West Virginia was the fattest. I remember not to long ago that they actually wanted to pass a bill that took out all the drive-throughs in all fast-food restraurants in that state, because like 1 out of 3 people in WV are obese or something...

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 9:05 pm
by stubby
I remember thinking Americans weren't all that fat, back before I started traveling to other countries all the time.  Now whenever I come back to the U.S. I'm like damn. These people are fat.

If you think only 1/20 people at your school are obese, it means you don't know what normal weight is supposed to look like.  Wait until you visit a country where the government officials aren't owned by fast food corporations.

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:09 pm
by Zupponn
samuelzz10 wrote:Houston, (constantly called fattest city in America)

No, Milwaukee is the nation's fattest city! :fist:

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:33 pm
by Keldoclock
If you go to Wall-Mart, you can get 2 liters of real soft drinks for $1, and 3 liters of the fake stuff for $0.40  :wink:

I live in New York City. People aren't too fat here, maybe because they stand on the subway?


I don't drink much soda, because the soda that I do like is made with real sugar instead of HFCS, but it's hard to get- you have to order from one of three plants in the nation that still do it, and I can't be bothered to, except for a purchasing a case on special occasions.

Re: The official LOOT topic

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:39 pm
by samuelzz10
stubby wrote:I remember thinking Americans weren't all that fat, back before I started traveling to other countries all the time.  Now whenever I come back to the U.S. I'm like damn. These people are fat.

If you think only 1/20 people at your school are obese, it means you don't know what normal weight is supposed to look like.  Wait until you visit a country where the government officials aren't owned by fast food corporations.
I was born in UK, and so I did live elsewhere. I'm 5' 3" or so, and I weigh 90 pounds.