• RE: Rush

    From Vlk-451@VERT/MNLOUNGE to Andeddu on Fri Oct 21 12:19:18 2022
    Re: Rush
    By: Andeddu to Vlk-451 on Sat Feb 27 2021 02:26:28

    Re: Rush
    By: Vlk-451 to Lupine Furmen on Wed Feb 24 2021 04:10 pm

    He wasn't a gamer, he was a radio talk show host. So you can find plenty of his rants on the net I'm sure.
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    Lupine Furmen

    "Gamer Word" and "Having a Gamer Moment" are urban phrase common among more connected social media platforms and younger audiences to describe when someone drops an 'N' bomb, which could be described has having a 'Hard R' or a 'Soft Ah'.

    The majority of BBS users here are positively one hundred years old meaning they won't understand your childish vernacular.

    I was made popular when hit Minecraft streamer and well known shouting european PewDePie dropped one on stream playing one of those Battle Royale games. PUBG I think? It's all Fortnite now.

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  • From Vlk-451@VERT/MNLOUNGE to Gamgee on Fri Oct 21 12:21:18 2022
    Re: Re: Rush
    By: Gamgee to Vlk-451 on Sat Mar 06 2021 16:18:00

    Vlk-451 wrote to Lupine Furmen <=-

    Ok, that's a new one on me. Never heard those terms before like that. Around these parts "Having a gamer moment" means rage quiting.

    It's one of those things that has a double meaning, and raging
    out often can involve dropping an 'N' Bomb, so there's a nice ven diagram of crossover between the two meanings.

    Really? I can't even remember the last time I heard an 'N' Bomb. About
    the only people who would use that are racists. Are you a racist?

    A fucking ven diagram of crossover? Are you serious?

    Me? Nah. I wouldn't drop a hard R gamer word. But if you read the news you would beleive that all gamers are racists. At least that's what Kotaku had to say for a long while there.

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  • From Vlk-451@VERT/MNLOUNGE to Gamgee on Fri Oct 21 12:22:59 2022
    Re: Re: Rush
    By: Gamgee to Vlk-451 on Wed Mar 10 2021 21:31:00

    I know you don't get a lot of action out there in the Villages
    Grandpa. As it turns out, young people say and do explicit and
    shocking things because they're shocking and explicit.

    LOL! Villages? Put the crack pipe down, boy. I'm around a lot of
    young people every day, and again I'll say that I can't remember the
    last time I heard an N-bomb. Maybe you're hanging out with the wrong people.

    This is the shit they taught me in Elementry, I've gotta make use
    of that education somehow. So yes, there are a group of gamers
    who rage out in video games, and there are group of racists who
    shout the 'N' word in rage, and somewhere in the middle of those
    red and blue circles, there is a purple zone of toxic gamers.
    It's a very small, insignificant circle, not to be blown out of perportions or given any more merit or attention then it
    warrants, but it is facinating from an outside perspective
    looking from up high.

    Uh-huh. Right. So, which colored circle are you in? Are you a rage
    gamer; or a racist; or a racist rage gamer? You only have an Elementary School level of education? That may shed some light on your bizarre writings...

    No need to bother writing back, I'm really not very interested in your moronic ramblings.

    I'm green and I'm proud.

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  • From Vlk-451@VERT/MNLOUNGE to Andeddu on Fri Oct 21 12:25:24 2022
    Re: Re: Rush
    By: Andeddu to Vlk-451 on Thu Mar 11 2021 22:19:02

    Re: Re: Rush
    By: Vlk-451 to Gamgee on Wed Mar 10 2021 08:41 am

    Really? I can't even remember the last time I heard an 'N' Bomb. About the only people who would use that are racists. Are you a racist?

    A fucking ven diagram of crossover? Are you serious?

    I know you don't get a lot of action out there in the Villages Grandpa. As it turns out, young people say and do explicit and shocking things because they're shocking and explicit.

    This is the shit they taught me in Elementry, I've gotta make use of that education somehow. So yes, there are a group of gamers who rage out in video games, and there are group of racists who shout the 'N' word in rage, and somewhere in the middle of those red and blue circles, there is a purple zone of toxic gamers. It's a very small, insignificant circle, not to be blown out of perportions or given any more merit or attention then it warrants, but it is facinating from an outside perspective looking from up high.

    Even Pewdiepie exclaimed the n-word when he got killed playing PUBG on a livestream. It cost him a few of his sponsors.

    Glad he mentioned it a year and a half before I ever got around to it.

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  • From Margaerynne@VERT/PALANT to Vlk-451 on Wed Oct 26 22:14:12 2022
    Re: Re: Rush
    By: Vlk-451 to Gamgee on Fri Oct 21 2022 12:22 pm


    I'm green and I'm proud.

    I know it's an old conversation, but thanks for the laugh.

    You truly never know what you're going to find here, whether it's a 150+ post argument about computers in basements, or some dude who took a year to come up with a one liner in an argument about why gamers (truly the most persecuted group) should be allowed to scream racial epithets



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  • From poindexter FORTRAN@VERT/REALITY to Margaerynne on Thu Nov 3 06:31:00 2022
    Margaerynne wrote to Vlk-451 <=-

    You truly never know what you're going to find here, whether it's a
    150+ post argument about computers in basements, or some dude who took
    a year to come up with a one liner in an argument about why gamers
    (truly the most persecuted group) should be allowed to scream racial epithets

    I preferred one of my old BBS callers who always took the road less
    traveled. Talk about hybrid versus electric cars, and he'd sing the praises
    of a kerosene-powered 3-stroke V-7 engine.


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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to poindexter FORTRAN on Fri Nov 4 12:54:16 2022
    Re: Re: Rush
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Margaerynne on Thu Nov 03 2022 06:31 am

    I preferred one of my old BBS callers who always took the road less traveled. Talk about hybrid versus electric cars, and he'd sing the praises of a kerosene-powered 3-stroke V-7 engine.

    How would a V-7 engine work? I'd think that would be a bit unbalanced.. I thought V engines would always have an even number of cylinders.

    Nightfox

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  • From esc@VERT/MONTEREY to Nightfox on Fri Nov 4 21:51:00 2022
    How would a V-7 engine work? I'd think that would be a bit unbalanced..
    I thought V engines would always have an even number of cylinders.

    3.5 cylinders on each side!

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  • From Gamgee@VERT/PALANT to Nightfox on Sat Nov 5 08:26:00 2022
    Nightfox wrote to poindexter FORTRAN <=-

    I preferred one of my old BBS callers who always took the road less traveled. Talk about hybrid versus electric cars, and he'd sing the praises of a kerosene-powered 3-stroke V-7 engine.

    How would a V-7 engine work? I'd think that would be a bit
    unbalanced.. I thought V engines would always have an even
    number of cylinders.

    Dude.



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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to Gamgee on Sat Nov 5 11:05:49 2022
    Re: Re: Rush
    By: Gamgee to Nightfox on Sat Nov 05 2022 08:26 am

    How would a V-7 engine work? I'd think that would be a bit
    unbalanced.. I thought V engines would always have an even
    number of cylinders.

    Dude.

    Eh?

    Nightfox

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  • From Greg Meckel@VERT/THEICECA to esc on Sat Nov 5 09:18:44 2022
    Re: Re: Rush
    By: esc to Nightfox on Fri Nov 04 2022 09:51 pm

    How would a V-7 engine work? I'd think that would be a bit unbalanced..
    I thought V engines would always have an even number of cylinders.

    3.5 cylinders on each side!

    Or it is a rotary engine

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  • From Gamgee@VERT/PALANT to Nightfox on Sat Nov 5 18:59:00 2022
    Nightfox wrote to Gamgee <=-

    How would a V-7 engine work? I'd think that would be a bit
    unbalanced.. I thought V engines would always have an even
    number of cylinders.

    Dude.

    Eh?

    Well, I wasn't sure whether your statements above were actual real
    questions by you, or you're just being sarcastic... Seemed like maybe
    the joke went over your head there or something. ;-)



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  • From Margaerynne@VERT/PALANT to poindexter FORTRAN on Sun Nov 6 20:42:14 2022
    Re: Re: Rush
    By: poindexter FORTRAN to Margaerynne on Thu Nov 03 2022 06:31 am

    I preferred one of my old BBS callers who always took the road less traveled. Talk about hybrid versus electric cars, and he'd sing the praises of a kerosene-powered 3-stroke V-7 engine.

    Some people are just born to keep things interesting

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