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Thunderstruck March 11th, 2011 07:10 PM

So long and no thanks for the fish....
 
Just chit chat thread.
edit, meant to title it "So long and no thanks for the fish,,, doh.

Lately I made a few animated siggies. And on the game server forum there is a small graphics section. I posted them there.

Oh, and now have a text list of requests. I do not mind doing them.
Is a good way to learn things fast and gain more materials,gain more experience and insight.

First of all, let me ask this. If a person commits atrocities,kills many,does horrible things, is all out bad attitude and disposition-it is called evil. But if an animal,earthquake,hurricane tsunami,meteor does same, it is nature. Hmmmm.

So, this person is not evil. It is his nature.

He requested a siggie- all he said was name and flames and I fill in the rest (they all do).

this is what I made

http://i876.photobucket.com/albums/a...-pyro-sigg.gif
-car model by Thasuma and I also found a tut for making it. :-)

So, his response was, don't like the animation, the grenade,font,style
he liked the last flames was all.

My you do someone a favor and spit on ya, so, is this evil or nature?

any way glad to be back on CF for a spell. and trying to get some BSG
clips made. hope to make some really good scenes for yall to witness
in part 2 BOA- working title Battlestar Down.

Those EVIL Cylons are at it again lol.

Darrell Lawrence March 11th, 2011 07:24 PM

Re: So long and no thanks for the effort....
 
Difference between evil and nature:

One can choose, the other can't.

Thunderstruck March 11th, 2011 08:27 PM

Re: So long and no thanks for the effort....
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Warrior (Post 304819)
Difference between evil and nature:

One can choose, the other can't.


Interesting. Saw parts of a program about this the other day and it has been on my mind. Interesting you say that though. One might think it is a choice, but is it?


One of the things in the program talked of an experiment done in 1970 or 1971. Where innocent- honest - good people were placed into the roles of jailers and inmates. within 5 days both sides became people you would think they never could become.Jailers were doing things as what occurred in Abu Gharib prison Iraq in this. without any input,orders- just by nature....??? or Choice??? or neccessity..??
they were actually doing what could be perceived as evil, and going home at night and returning and begin again these inhumane acts.

Was quite interesting. I do not normally watch television, and usually catch these while others are watching. So, I do not know what the program was. The experiment was ended on day 5 it was so bad. and even the observer had became extenuated from what was going on.

Same as children around the world who kill, maim, because of...?
they are evil. choose to.nature, or situational circumstances..

is mind boggling to ponder though...

Darrell Lawrence March 11th, 2011 09:15 PM

Re: So long and no thanks for the effort....
 
The experiment: A choice to participate.

The children: Were they taught the difference between right and wrong. If they were not taught, then is it natural survival instincts (thus putting them in line with the nature side of things)? If they were taught, it is choice.

Senmut April 30th, 2011 11:21 PM

Re: So long and no thanks for the effort....
 
Go, Warrior!

BST May 1st, 2011 04:04 AM

Re: So long and no thanks for the fish....
 
Quote:

Just chit chat thread.
edit, meant to title it "So long and no thanks for the fish,,, doh.
Done.

:salute:

Dawg May 1st, 2011 11:15 AM

Re: So long and no thanks for the fish....
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by BST (Post 305854)
Quote:

Just chit chat thread.
edit, meant to title it "So long and no thanks for the fish,,, doh.
Done.

:salute:

The title of the Douglas Adams book - one of the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" series, one of the funniest series of stories ever written, it being sci-fi just icing on the cake, may Mr. Adams rest in peace - was "So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish."

Just so you know.

I am
Dawg
:warrior:


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