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im sick of gun controll if guns kill, then spoons make u fat,then cars speed
I can't the N64 controller for my life... But what Chad made some sense. It's just that in my head I must hold the controller and ALL BUTTONS must be accessible. I never though about some games you don't need d-pad or stuff like that... OH THE HUMANATEE... ahhahahaha
I agree. I could never hold it the "correct" way. Besides, as far as I was concerned the correct way was however I felt comfortable with.
It doesn't make you an idiot. If you feel comfortable holding it one way then you should do it. You would only look like an idiot if you held the controller in a way that made you uncomfortable just cause everyone else did. I have big hands so I could never hold the N64 controller Chad's way. Trust me, I've tried. lol. Still, I'm glad you finally became comfortable with it.
Sorry Chad, I enjoyed holding the N64 controller like Shelby does too. It always felt more comfortable and I was able to still reach the Z-trigger. I have big hands. So whenever I held the middle part of the controller it just felt uncomfortable. Also, Craig, if anyone kicked your ass with the controller held like that then that makes you retarded. I still managed to kick many asses in Golden Eye & Killer Instinct Gold with the claw hand and could probably kick your ass in it, and then just shrug it off indifferently. haha. I kid cause I care. Keep up the great work guys.
I hold the N64 like Shelby. It felt more comfortable for some reason. I cannot explain why. Sorry to disappoint you Chad.
If the original PS3 had 60 gigs, you take out the drive and put in your 500gb that you bought for 60$.
Haha. listen to Chad defending guns, I can't believe it :D
I swear, Chad has told this pant explosion story before in Sidescrollers.
Best part of this episode was Bryan's way-too-late table slap.
Does anybody konw who is gonna replace jared or are they still decideing
Interesting...now the spambots are copying previous posts and tacking on links to make them seem valid. Notice my earlier post and "arsalan"'s new post.
Why does my city only ever get mentioned when tragedy happens?
I'm staring to hate Texas now.
Glass Houses, Craig
Dino Crisis HD, Or Dino Crisis 3ds.
Star Citizen is still taking pledges, just at different rates, etc. Initial period has passed. Their total now though is very, very close to $7 million.
People actually hold their N64 control like that? SHELBY holds her n64 controller like that?! What in the fuck?! *mindblown* Also wooo shoutouts to Tom's lame PS3 model :p Least he still had fun chatting with us and watching us play 3rd Strike!
Yoshi's Story was a sequel to Island and then the DS had a Yoshi Island's game. It was an actual sequel.
I'm thinking Craig might be disappoint with all the WoW Pandaran pics....
We meet again, Mr. speed.
"my thing on gun control, you have to have it in the first place."
That depends on the population.
If your state or local jurisdiction is full of residents who, for some reason, cannot go a day without killing or preying on each other, firearms restrictions might be a good idea. Even then, however, it doesn't work as well as you might hope.
New Jersey has perhaps the strictest gun control in the entire United States, and look at them. A lot of their cities and counties suffer from atrocious rates of gun crime.
On the other end, in certain states like Montana, gun control is virtually nonexistent and the rates of gun homicide are negligible.
We also have gun-friendly states where the results are more mixed, like Louisiana. Many areas there see little in the way of armed violence while several cities remain plagued with it.
Here in the state of New York, gun control is relatively strict. It's a fairly safe state overall, especially when you compare New York City to other U.S. cities of comparable size.
Bottom line: Laws, whether pertaining to firearms or anything else, mean nothing to people bent on violent criminal behavior.