Vitaly Klimenchuk

vitklim


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we found her. We found the queen of them all 11 comments
vitklim · 2 days ago
Wtf am I even looking at, lol
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This wouldn't have happened if the grandma had a gun on the back of her head! 17 comments
vitklim · 4 days ago
Ayy, you're back! Want me to tag you in some relevant debates we had while you weren't online? :D
It is unnerving how many people <3 this narrative 23 comments
vitklim · 4 days ago
Holy shit, we have so many pseudoguest accounts now, I got confused for a second. But what the hell are we all actually disagreeing on here? People who acquire their guns legally, commit a disproportionate minority of gun related crimes. People who acquire guns illegally (most often with the purpose of commiting a crime), tend to use said guns to commit a crime. And the logical continuation of that is to extrapolate that guns themselves are not the problem, but criminals are.
We're basically all arguing the same point here, lol.
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Good point 52 comments
vitklim · 4 days ago
And have you seen the marriage rates? They have been steadily dropping for how many years now, and people are marrying less for religious reasons nowadays anyway. It's either a religious or economic choice, not just the former.
Btw I'm not saying that there shouldn;t be changes made to the incentives and such, but given the continuous fall, I doubt it's the most pressing concern here.
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Good point 52 comments
vitklim · 4 days ago
Nice one mate. Also, mainstream conservatives, the ones which aren't religious nutbags, prefer the government to stay out of marriage business completely. i.e. allowing people to marry who they want, i.e. equal rights. Someone like Ben Shapiro has said as much in some of the interviews he's done.
P.S. the nice one part was directed towards @mrsuperman8942, but since someone was faster than me, this disclamer is now required. thanks guest.
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Your insurance bill is due 19 comments
vitklim · 4 days ago
Then it would fall under the definition of a basic healthcare need, provided there is no cheaper yet viable alternative. (as one of the possible responses)
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Who remembers getting hit by this ball when it was wet? 7 comments
vitklim · 4 days ago
Never been hit by a wet one, but plenty of times by the dry ones
Asking the real questions here 12 comments
vitklim · 4 days ago
That's not even a bet, it's a fact. Cause most people are selfish and petty, but not maniacs.
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I mean, he's not wrong 7 comments
vitklim · 4 days ago
Please explain what you mean by that statement. Who does it conflict with, and what do these people want to be true. The most obvious answer would be the people who have invested in fossil fuels, but I have a feeling that's not who this is directed towards.
P.S. I'm not expecting an answer from the guest that posted this, but still, if anyone agrees, I'd like to hear the point.
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It is unnerving how many people <3 this narrative 23 comments
vitklim · 4 days ago
And thus the implication that the problem lies not with guns, but with people.
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This is pretty well what we have been saying this whole time 25 comments
vitklim · 5 days ago
Then how about you explain how you would pull that off, huh? You jack up the taxes on the rich, they move to wherever they won't have to pay as much. Straight up raising taxes doesn't work in the modern world. And yes, there are alternatives, but I don't see any of you talking about solutions, only showing resentment towards rich people in general. Plus, my response was to this guest in particular, who is presenting the issue as an antagonisation between people based on class. Just like fucking communists do.
So to be clear. Yes, it's not either/or and the rich should pay their share. But the guest in question didn't pose his statement in a reasonable way, hence my response.
Nothing is impossible 10 comments
vitklim · 5 days ago
You're all missing the point. The impossible part is that Florida Man was actually stopped by a new obstacle.
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Free assange 25 comments
vitklim · 5 days ago
Short answer is because that's what I know most about. I've been following the political landscape there for two years now, even though I don't live there anymore. And I woudln't say there are many more corrupt governments, only more repressive ones.
This wouldn't have happened if the grandma had a gun on the back of her head! 17 comments
vitklim · 5 days ago
Ah yes, because we never call for more screenings, better background checks, mandatory training and regulations on how to safekeep your guns. Wtf kinda shit are you smoking bud?
Also: @famousone
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Free assange 25 comments
vitklim · 6 days ago
First off, people can do things to challenge the government. At it's most extreme, just another goddamn revolution. However, Russia specifically has failed so many times with its revolutions, that people don't believe that any radical change will succeed, and it will take something ridiculous to cause the meltdown.
And on the overall point. Tell me, is there a single high-profile person in the US government who you can point to as an example of an honest and transparent politician? Don't think so. So, yes, the government is made of people. Of shitty people, because they are the only ones who are dishonorable enough to use anything to get to the top. That's what the current political landscape is looking like to me. And if there's dirt on them, then the people deserve to know. And not just "oh this person said something offensive on twitter 6 years ago", because that doesn't mean shit, but any actual crimes or wrongdoing.
Enjoy Clown World folks! *Honk* *Honk* 5 comments
vitklim · 6 days ago
That I can answer for you. The "Clown World", aka the "Honk Honk" meme, is a clown version of Pepe the Frog. The idea of the meme is that the world has basically gone completely insane, which one can infer just by looking at the news and the dumpster fire that is the MSM, so instead of being angry, it's best to just not take it seriously and laugh. It's nihilism in a new package. The world is going to shit, so just laugh about it to drown out the pain.
Here's a good example of what this is about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9VsbJTfEh4&
Strange coincidence 2 comments
vitklim · 6 days ago
Khm, khm. *under the breath* "f95zone.com".
But to be serious for a second, most of them are visual novels, rpgmaker stuff, text-based html projects and some unique projects with their own engines. With porn content obviously.
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Enjoy Clown World folks! *Honk* *Honk* 5 comments
vitklim · 6 days ago
Honk honk
This is pretty well what we have been saying this whole time 25 comments
vitklim · 6 days ago
Death is a prefferable alternative to communism
Free assange 25 comments
vitklim · 6 days ago
There is not a shred of legitimacy in that power, they have been exposed countless times for draining tax money into their own pockets, they have connections to criminal groups and one of them is directly responsible for the assassination of an opposition leader. Does your argument still apply then? When police is ordered to raid opposition headquarters, when people are charged for up to 30 days for organising a rally, when you can point towards any person and power and expect there to be an investigation online proving just how much money they stole?
When they make it illegal to expose them, I tell em to get bent. The least they deserve is a life sentence.
Free assange 25 comments
vitklim · 6 days ago
A government is not a person and does not have the legal protections of such. A government has the purpose of serving its people, and if they are not doing so, their power loses legitimacy. Which means that breaking a law that they instate to protect themselves to the detriment of their own people is completely justified.
Let me ask you something, do you know anything about the political landscape in Russia? It is an oligarchy, with a tight knit group of people at the top owning all of the biggest private companies, all friends with the people in power. One of the only opposition leaders was murdered years ago, and the other spends a huge chunk of his work exposing how the people in power steal money through government projects on every turn. So what do they do? They have attempted to ban his investigations from the internet, fabricated a fake embezzlement scheme to get him imprisoned, and just recently pushed through a law to make "disrespecting the government" illegal.
Not a single muscle in sight 6 comments
vitklim · 6 days ago
Damn, looks like someone's doing my job, posting stuff like this.
For the uninitiated - Antifa (short for anti-fascist) is a left-wing terrorist group, with the belief system most similar to anarcho-communists, or communists in general. They originally date way back to the Weimar Republic (1930s Germany), and were basically communist thugs fighting nazi thugs in the streets. In the modern times they changed in composition and some principles, but not methods or goals. Now they're basically made up of commie millenials who try to shut down anyone they perceive as right-wing, including centrists, disaffected liberals, and actual conservatives. Not the neonazi types, which mind you, have caused way less problems than Antifa themselves did. Antifa deal in protests, rioting, smacking people with bike locks, and classifying anyone they disagree with as a nazi.
Basically, they're fucking terrorists. They have been classified as a domestic terrorist group in the US, and rightly so.
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This is pretty well what we have been saying this whole time 25 comments
vitklim · 6 days ago
Define we.
I probably fall into the same category anyway, but I'm curious on which side you're speaking from.
I always get these two confused 8 comments
vitklim · 6 days ago
Yeah but I've seen so many people completely miss the Sea Treaders, the Bulb Bush zone and a couple of other locations. All because you don't really need to go there, and you can get the blueprints from the wrecks in other places. You obviously will go there if you like exploring and want to scour for more wrecks, but unless you actively seek out to explore, you can ignore some places.
And for the progression system, it's more about having nothing to work towards by the endgame. For instance, kyanite, sulfur, uranium and other lategame materials, all have very limited use, and are mostly upgrade fodder for last few modifications of PRAWN and the Cyclops. You get like 15 pieces each, and you will never need them again. Unlike things like diamond, magnetite, and even silver, the scarcity of which in the early game meant you actively had to pick which upgrades and tools you want to get right away, and which can wait. In the lategame, all of that is severely underutilised imo.