Sign in with
Sign up | Sign in
Your question

my fellow nerd Mort

Last response: in Video Games
Share
Anonymous
May 20, 2004 11:02:13 PM

Archived from groups: alt.games.operation-flashpoint (More info?)

I told you we shouldnt be fighting like hotheads over this. we share a very
strong common bond. we were the sad loners in highschool. never got invited to
the parties, women ignored us mort. we got picked on by bullies. this is why
now we act all tough on these message boards, and call each other names.
now that we are full grown men, we still act like little boys, playing our
games in darkened rooms. imgaine someone from work stopping over and getting
let in by a family member and us playing a game in a darkroom. imgaine the
horror as that door opened up and our coworkers saw us doing what we do.
imagine the feeling of horror. we share this common bond. I dont know why yo
are fighting so hard on this and acting tough. me and you mort are the little
boys,nerds.

we should be sticking together not fighting.

More about : fellow nerd mort

Anonymous
May 21, 2004 12:50:58 AM

Archived from groups: alt.games.operation-flashpoint (More info?)

"Sure12" <sure12@aol.com> wrote in message
> ...

<snip meaningless drivel>

Hasn't AOL terminated your account yet?


--

Liddle Feesh
*fap fap fap fap*
<>< <>< <>< <>< ><>
<>< <>< <>< <>< <>< <><
Anonymous
May 21, 2004 1:55:37 AM

Archived from groups: alt.games.operation-flashpoint (More info?)

I don't know about you, but I'd challenge them to a game and then gloat, "I
owned your ass, you sorry P. O. S.!"

--Uzi

"Sure12" <sure12@aol.com> wrote in message
news:20040520150213.15274.00001750@mb-m18.aol.com...
> I told you we shouldnt be fighting like hotheads over this. we share a
very
> strong common bond. we were the sad loners in highschool. never got
invited to
> the parties, women ignored us mort. we got picked on by bullies. this is
why
> now we act all tough on these message boards, and call each other names.
> now that we are full grown men, we still act like little boys, playing our
> games in darkened rooms. imgaine someone from work stopping over and
getting
> let in by a family member and us playing a game in a darkroom. imgaine the
> horror as that door opened up and our coworkers saw us doing what we do.
> imagine the feeling of horror. we share this common bond. I dont know
why yo
> are fighting so hard on this and acting tough. me and you mort are the
little
> boys,nerds.
>
> we should be sticking together not fighting.
>
Related resources
Can't find your answer ? Ask !
Anonymous
May 21, 2004 2:21:06 AM

Archived from groups: alt.games.operation-flashpoint (More info?)

"Liddle Feesh" <l@f.com> wrote in message
news:w_7rc.6940$NK4.675774@stones.force9.net...
> "Sure12" <sure12@aol.com> wrote in message
> > ...
>
> <snip meaningless drivel>
>
> Hasn't AOL terminated your account yet?
>
>
> --
>
> Liddle Feesh
> *fap fap fap fap*
> <>< <>< <>< <>< ><>
> <>< <>< <>< <>< <>< <><
>
>

no: the psychologist wanted to have a look first.
yes, it's the 'home' for Sure12.
Anonymous
May 22, 2004 2:46:37 PM

Archived from groups: alt.games.operation-flashpoint (More info?)

"Sure12" <sure12@aol.com> wrote in message
news:20040520150213.15274.00001750@mb-m18.aol.com...
> I told you we shouldnt be fighting like hotheads over this. we share a
very
> strong common bond. we were the sad loners in highschool. never got
invited to
> the parties, women ignored us mort. we got picked on by bullies. this is
why
> now we act all tough on these message boards, and call each other names.
> now that we are full grown men, we still act like little boys, playing our
> games in darkened rooms. imgaine someone from work stopping over and
getting
> let in by a family member and us playing a game in a darkroom. imgaine the
> horror as that door opened up and our coworkers saw us doing what we do.
> imagine the feeling of horror. we share this common bond. I dont know
why yo
> are fighting so hard on this and acting tough. me and you mort are the
little
> boys,nerds.
>
> we should be sticking together not fighting.

It certainly looks like I've got you worried doesn't it Shirley?
All this attention. I'm so flattered :-)
Anonymous
May 22, 2004 11:02:43 PM

Archived from groups: alt.games.operation-flashpoint (More info?)

It certainly looks like I've got you worried doesn't it Shirley?
All this attention. I'm so flattered :-)>>>>

I am not worried mort. its obvious with poison gas shells being fired and
islamic terrorists jihading all over Iraqi your viewpoints betray you. what I
am sad about is how us nerds always seem to be fighting. me and you in real
life would NEVER walk up to a full grown adult male on the street and talk this
way to them, yet we do it here. we call each othernames etc etc. we shouldnt do
this as we share this common bond of being geeks and nerds. we need to stop
fighting and let go of this angry feelings we have and be friends. fellow nerds
who pplay computer games shouldnt fight like this.
Anonymous
May 24, 2004 10:20:22 AM

Archived from groups: alt.games.operation-flashpoint (More info?)

"Sure12" <sure12@aol.com> wrote in message
news:20040522150243.11274.00001145@mb-m20.aol.com...
> It certainly looks like I've got you worried doesn't it Shirley?
> All this attention. I'm so flattered :-)>>>>
>
> I am not worried mort. its obvious with poison gas shells being fired and
> islamic terrorists jihading all over Iraqi your viewpoints betray you.

But poison gas shells weren't fired were they shirley. The incident in
question involved an IED which used a binary chemical shell. If you knew
anything about these things then you would know that it has to be spun at
high speed by being fired through the rifling of the barrel of an artillery
of an artillery piece to mix the two nontoxic components together. The fact
that it was used as part of a simple bomb indicates that the people who
placed simply didn't know what it was because if they were trying to mount a
chemical they would know not to do it that way.

The fact that this was all the resistance fighters have been able to find
shows that our Prime Minister in particular was lying when he said the UK
could be attacked by Iraqi chemical weapons within 45 minutes.

>what I
> am sad about is how us nerds always seem to be fighting. me and you in
real
> life would NEVER walk up to a full grown adult male on the street and talk
this
> way to them, yet we do it here.

You might not but I have :-)
I find a good ruck relieves stress.

we call each othernames etc etc. we shouldnt do
> this as we share this common bond of being geeks and nerds. we need to
stop
> fighting and let go of this angry feelings we have and be friends. fellow
nerds
> who pplay computer games shouldnt fight like this.

You may get to play computer games but I hardly ever get the chance. Just
ask the regs on TJs server :-)
Anonymous
May 25, 2004 3:49:23 AM

Archived from groups: alt.games.operation-flashpoint (More info?)

they still got the shell.
whether it was a mistake or not doesnt matter. they got it from somewhere. dug
it up,who knows what. to deny saddam had them is folly. while our joke of an
CIA got bad info is beside the point about quantity or how rapid they could
attack with them,. the idea saddam didnt have chemical weapons is foolish to
believe. as the terrorists got their hand on it somewhere.

I dont think it helps your case also if you think about when you say its your
adverage Iraqi attacking us. how did joe blow Iraqi find this shell? if he is
so mad and wants blood he can easily just pick up an AK47 and start shooting.

ok,lets say it was an ex iraqi army member, but something tells me they might
know the markings on the shell and how its used. that to me leaves,
terrorists,who got their hands on a shell and mistakenly may have used it, but
just the same THEY found it and are more likely to dig up some chemical shell
and use it then some general Iraqi who lost loved ones and decided, to go
foraging for bombs and just happened to know where to find one let alone a
chemical one..
Anonymous
May 25, 2004 10:20:08 AM

Archived from groups: alt.games.operation-flashpoint (More info?)

"Sure12" <sure12@aol.com> wrote in message
news:20040524194923.29049.00001641@mb-m07.aol.com...
> they still got the shell.
> whether it was a mistake or not doesnt matter. they got it from somewhere.
dug
> it up,who knows what. to deny saddam had them is folly. while our joke of
an
> CIA got bad info is beside the point about quantity or how rapid they
could
> attack with them,. the idea saddam didnt have chemical weapons is foolish
to
> believe. as the terrorists got their hand on it somewhere.
>
> I dont think it helps your case also if you think about when you say its
your
> adverage Iraqi attacking us. how did joe blow Iraqi find this shell? if he
is
> so mad and wants blood he can easily just pick up an AK47 and start
shooting.
>
> ok,lets say it was an ex iraqi army member, but something tells me they
might
> know the markings on the shell and how its used. that to me leaves,
> terrorists,who got their hands on a shell and mistakenly may have used it,
but
> just the same THEY found it and are more likely to dig up some chemical
shell
> and use it then some general Iraqi who lost loved ones and decided, to go
> foraging for bombs and just happened to know where to find one let alone a
> chemical one..

You're forgetting the vast amounts of WMD material and technology the UN
weapons inspectors got rid of between 1991 and 1998.
So what there's a few left over from nearly 20 years ago big deal. Hardly
worth starting a war over and certainly not capable of hitting the UK in 45
mins as Tony Bliar was claiming (or even 45 years for that matter).
Unless you're Iranian of course and want to manipulate someone else into
getting rid of your rival and creating the conditions favourable to a Shiite
takeover.
Anonymous
May 25, 2004 5:43:33 PM

Archived from groups: alt.games.operation-flashpoint (More info?)

"Sure12" <sure12@aol.com> wrote in message
> they still got the shell.
> whether it was a mistake or not doesnt matter. they got it from somewhere.
dug
> it up,who knows what. to deny saddam had them is folly. while our joke of
an
> CIA got bad info is beside the point about quantity or how rapid they
could
> attack with them,. the idea saddam didnt have chemical weapons is foolish
to
> believe. as the terrorists got their hand on it somewhere.

LOL. In that part of the world, just go digging around in the sand and
you'll find all sorts of things. UXB's, UXD's, shell casings, ammunition,
perhaps even the odd shell? So what? That area has seen war for centuries.
Dig deep and you'll probably even find battle-horse remains and bows and
arrows.

> I dont think it helps your case also if you think about when you say its
your
> adverage Iraqi attacking us. how did joe blow Iraqi find this shell? if he
is
> so mad and wants blood he can easily just pick up an AK47 and start
shooting.

That's not in the nature of the enemy. Have you seen how the American
outposts come under attack? Usually remotely fired or timed RPG launches.

> ok,lets say it was an ex iraqi army member, but something tells me they
might
> know the markings on the shell and how its used.

Say it was. And this same guy kept the shell in his bedroom under piles of
clothes for 20 years.... yeah.

> that to me leaves,
> terrorists,who got their hands on a shell and mistakenly may have used it,
but
> just the same THEY found it and are more likely to dig up some chemical
shell
> and use it then some general Iraqi who lost loved ones and decided, to go
> foraging for bombs and just happened to know where to find one let alone a
> chemical one..

Chemical or normal ones. Who cares. They have no artillery pieces to deliver
it.


--

Liddle Feesh
*fap fap fap fap*
<>< <>< <>< <>< ><>
<>< <>< <>< <>< <>< <><
!