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Comment: Re:The unkempt person in the high level meeting... (Score 1) 365

What I feel is horrifying, is that the poster felt that the level of respect she received should be on the condition that she dresses a certain way. Like someone else said, if she wore "slutty" clothes, would it be okay to respect her less?

What we need to revive are the phrases "Well-groomed", "well-shod" and "well-kept". To signify that you are dressed appropriately for what you are doing. Or at the very least, you are hygienic. I used to have long hair and beard. It was forever flaky and greasy. After numerous attempts to wear the look cleanly, I gave up and now I have very short beard/clean shaven and short hair.

Comment: Re:Advert for Razer? (Score 1) 199

by RivenAleem (#49352779) Attached to: What Makes the Perfect Gaming Mouse?

Their Nostromo is super sweet though. I got one of them at the height of my WoW playing, and it's taken an awful hammering the last few years. I can't imagine oing back to playing games with a keyboard. My mouse, however, is Steelseries, I find the Razer ones too small and light for my hands. I find that making slight movements (lighting up a headshot with a sniper rifle, for example) is a lot harder with a feather-light mouse.

Comment: Re:FMH (Score 1) 128

by RivenAleem (#49301131) Attached to: Why Is the Grand Theft Auto CEO Also Chairman of the ESRB?

I've always wondered about 'strong language' in movies or every day use, and why you have to shelter children from it. Either the know what the word means, thus sheltering it from them is useless, or they don't know what it means, and it's not a problem. I know many many bad words, but I just don't use them because of my personality.

Comment: Re:er, okay. (Score 1) 209

Please don't see this as argumentative, it's meant just to be thought provoking. You say you are at no disadvantage, having avoided these things. Your life might be great now, but can you know for absolute certain that it couldn't have been any better had you adopted these thing?

Without a ghost of christmas present, you really cannot imagine how different your life (positive or negative) would be with these things.

Comment: Re:Best idea is not to hide. (Score 1) 247

If 95% of the entire world population was converted into zombies magically overnight, it would take the other 5% 20 days at 1 zombie a day to eradicate the horde. If any reasonable model of infection is consulted, a sizable enough portion of the worlds armies would remain uninfected to solve the issue in a matter of hours.

Comment: Re:Oh God No... (Score 1) 222

by RivenAleem (#49162861) Attached to: Harrison Ford To Return In Blade Runner Sequel

I read this thread and wonder why nobody has mentioned Carrie Fisher. Isn't she returning to Star Wars despite not only aging but also having had a massive drugs and drink phase? Is that not a case where they felt that the only person suitable to play Leia is herself?

If you wanted to show Harrison Ford as an aged Deckard, but portray Rachel as unaged, you could cast Krysten Ritter in her place. They look similar enough and she could play the character fine I'm sure.

Always try to do things in chronological order; it's less confusing that way.