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Comment: Re:Development environment (Score -1, Offtopic) 530

Wow! Wow! Wow!

The dangerously high magnitudes of Gamemakerlessness you're exerting from your cheeks is simply astounding!

Return to Gamemakerdom, friend!
Return to Gamemakerdom, friend!
Return to Gamemakerdom, friend!
Return to Gamemakerdom, friend!

Time to use Gamemaker! You want to hip & cool, don't you? Then fuckin' use Gamemaker!

Comment: Re:Too bad their 22nm 3D failed (Score -1, Flamebait) 226

Greetings, my friend. Why have you not returned to Gamemakerdom yet?

Use Gamemaker. Use it right now. Why not use Gamemaker. There is simply no reason to not use Gamemaker. Time to switch to Gamemaker. Why not make the switch to Gamemaker? There's no reason for you to not use Gamemaker. None at all.

Return... to Gamemakerdom right this minuteness!

Comment: Re:Microsoft Sux! (Score -1, Offtopic) 240

by BootysnapChristAlive (#39905133) Attached to: Recently Exposed PHP Hole's Official Fix Ineffective

What do you have against Gamemaker? Why aren't you using Gamemaker? Why not switch to Gamemaker? Gamemaker's great. There's nothing more relaxing and fun than using Gamemaker. Use Gamemaker.

Why not return to Gamemakerdom today? Is there some reason you're not returning to Gamemakerdom right this minuteness? You'd better return to it.

Comment: Re:Losos could be in the shit (Score 1, Offtopic) 190

Something is terribly amiss, my friend. I've been observing this phenomenon for some time now, but... could it be that you're not using Gamemaker? I'm detecting that you're not using Gamemaker (as you should be doing).

Return to Gamemakerdom. Return to it right this minuteness. What on Earth are you waiting for? Return to Gamemakerdom.

Comment: Re:Why should you have a say? (Score 1) 171

by BootysnapChristAlive (#39905113) Attached to: Running Apps From Your Car's Dashboard

Comparing the negative response to the idea of installing Twitter in a car to the hysterical comparison of such negative responses to the support of the TSA and the Patriot Act and strongly implying support of totalitarianism?

They're merely inconsistent. The logic is the same. "Surrender some freedom for security." The amount of freedom is irrelevant. Getting fondled at an airport, for instance, is much less severe than it could be. But some people pretend that because it's only a small loss of freedom that it isn't a bad thing. I disagree. And the reason I disagree is that people assume that everyone will abuse these features, and that's not necessarily true. I'm against collective punishment.

Comment: Re:Yeah, it's true. (Score -1, Troll) 115

Neither of those. The truth is that Gamemaker reigns supreme over everything else. Gamemaker has no flaws, and it is a perfect language.

That's why you, a mere Gamemakerless ultimatum, must return to Gamemakerdom. How can you claim to be a programmer if you're not using Gamemaker? That's laughable at best, and intentionally deceptive at worst.

Comment: Re:Why should you have a say? (Score 2) 171

by BootysnapChristAlive (#39904615) Attached to: Running Apps From Your Car's Dashboard

Have people really lost sight of liberty so much?

Yes. They get too emotional about casualties in the name of freedom and opt to restrict what other people are able to do. They cannot handle even a single loss, and they don't even realize that their 'solutions' will often not even solve the problem.

This is why some people support the TSA and the Patriot Act. "We must restrict everyone's rights in exchange for a bit of safety." It's just that there are different things that they want to sacrifice freedom for. In some cases, it's terrorism (restricting people's rights to "stop the terrorists" doesn't seem popular here). In some cases, it's children (I've noticed this is more popular here, especially when it comes to issues like child porn).

Disclaimer: "These opinions are my own, though for a small fee they be yours too." -- Dave Haynie