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Gintoki

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#17122122 Winners OSRS XP Competition

Posted by Gintoki on 22 April 2017 - 07:34 AM

Didn't quite clinch it, gimmie snuck up from the bottom of the pack :c


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#17118984 Old School RS XP Competition

Posted by Gintoki on 15 April 2017 - 07:59 AM

 

I know that this is a little late... but crystalmathlabs does tracking live for you and is very reliable (unlike runetrack that we used to use before)
http://www.crystalma...ompetitions.php

I bet you are trying to win all skill categories to beat us little guys!! Dismissed!!

 

There is nothing that you can do about it too


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#17118967 Old School RS XP Competition

Posted by Gintoki on 15 April 2017 - 07:02 AM

I know that this is a little late... but crystalmathlabs does tracking live for you and is very reliable (unlike runetrack that we used to use before)

http://www.crystalma...ompetitions.php


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#17115870 Community Awards Archive - March MotM

Posted by Gintoki on 11 April 2017 - 08:08 AM

zchat wins again


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#17115820 Old School RS XP Competition

Posted by Gintoki on 11 April 2017 - 06:49 AM

CapeScape

damn


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#17115796 [✔]zchat

Posted by Gintoki on 11 April 2017 - 05:19 AM

good luck


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#17114919 The Runescape Documentary - 15 Years of Adventure

Posted by Gintoki on 10 April 2017 - 04:49 AM

 

I know that this probably should have gone in media bujt this is a pretty big topic of discussion.


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#17112797 New Logo and Company Website

Posted by Gintoki on 06 April 2017 - 04:42 PM

Rip I haven't done algebra since highschool


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#17110624 Desiderata

Posted by Gintoki on 03 April 2017 - 09:15 AM

Reminds me a lot of Rudyard Kipling's 'If', do you know how much Ehrmann drew upon that for inspiration if at all? Funnily enough the former was also displayed in the toilet of a house I was visiting over the weekend. What is it with that particular room and inspirational literature, haha. I guess it's a quiet place to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life - but I'd prefer something above my bed to be honest.

Probably not too much since Desiderata was written in 1927 and Kipling was born in 1865


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#17110363 Desiderata

Posted by Gintoki on 02 April 2017 - 05:23 PM

I've got that poem on my toilet wall I pretty much know it off by heart


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#17108406 Old School RS XP Competition

Posted by Gintoki on 29 March 2017 - 10:33 PM

Just a suggestion btw (even for future events) you might want to hold the event over an entire week instead of just during the weekend. That way people that are busy over the weekend but have time over the week can still participate.


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#17108280 Old School RS XP Competition

Posted by Gintoki on 29 March 2017 - 07:38 PM

Eyyyyy nice

 

Sign me up: Bentokey


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#17100481 Zybez Reads: Volume One

Posted by Gintoki on 15 March 2017 - 09:37 AM

 

Could also just get people to sign up of a months worth of audible (first month is free) so that they can listen to these books in their free time.

 

I'd like to suggest the second Sherlock Holmes story, "The Sign of the Four" which is about Watson meeting his wife, takes you back in time to some old English language and its generally quite the enjoyable read.

only if u broadcast the audible on ts

 

I would never use such primitive software


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#17100455 Zybez Reads: Volume One

Posted by Gintoki on 15 March 2017 - 08:30 AM

Could also just get people to sign up of a months worth of audible (first month is free) so that they can listen to these books in their free time.

 

I'd like to suggest the second Sherlock Holmes story, "The Sign of the Four" which is about Watson meeting his wife, takes you back in time to some old English language and its generally quite the enjoyable read.


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#17091400 Jeff Sessions Recuses Himself From Inquiries Into 2016 Election

Posted by Gintoki on 03 March 2017 - 12:11 AM

 

 

 

 

 

When has it become a crime to talk with, and cooperate with other nations? 

Don't lie about it during your confirmation hearing and it won't be treated as such. :#

 

We call that perjury, which is a crime. If its as trivial as you say that they were speaking with Russia, I wonder why they keep trying to cover it up.

 

A better question is why is stopping World War III considered criminal? Nothing that could even be construed as criminal took place. This is just more feigned outrage from the outrage crowd.

 

 

If nothing that could be construed as criminal took place then there is no need to cover up the talks of nothing criminal.

 

 

Cover ups are something only the establishment is capable of doing when it comes to national politics. The establishment is comprised of the media, the corporations, weapons manufacturers, and those who serve their interests. Those are the same individuals who fund many of the protests, and just so happen to have created several "fact checking" sites over the past year that reflect the establishment's narrative of events. It's the same establishment that led us into Iraq. They never have had YOUR best interests at heart, but you can keep on buying what they're selling if you choose. 

 

Can you demonstrate evidence that he lied? You can't, and neither can anyone else. You're so quick to believe something just because you want to believe it. It's easy to understand what motivates people, and it's not difficult to see why person x does y. For instance, are you aware that liberal donor, and Hillary backer Warren Buffett bought a majority of stock in rail companies the past several years, which just so happen to transport the majority of our oil. Suddenly he's against the pipeline, and It's nothing to do with principles, or any altruistic desire, it's purely to serve one's own interests.  As I've said before: if your set of beliefs include the notion that somehow you're inherently morally and intellectually superior to those who disagree with you, you are part of a cult rather than a believer in any particular valuable philosophy.

 

I'm pretty on the fence with this as an Australian, I'm just seeing somebody refusing to talk about or uncover something and can only attribute it to the fact that they don't want this information uncovered, I'm then lead to believe that this is because this information that they don't want uncovered is malicious in nature or in some way, shape or form would result in consequences for this individual if uncovered. It's a pretty straight forward line of reasoning and not indicative of the confirmation bias that you are accusing me of. He is covering up information, so it's a coverup. You can throw around as many conspiracy theorist terminologies as you have at your belt, but it's pretty straight forward.


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