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  1. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by HKofsesshoumaru in Napolean Dynamite's Liger is real.   
    What do you get when a male lion mates with a female tiger? A Liger!
    Check out the video!
  2. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by Ladywriter in UFO's and EBE's   
    millions of eye witnesses and photos from around the globe
    how can we rule out let alone deny that we're alone in the cosmos?
    Roswell repeated itself in the UK and Russia minus the crashing part.
    Fuck it yo, I'll say it. I think we've been visited since the dawn of civilization.

    part one of keep going
    The people of ancient Sumer told us why there is no missing link in the fossil record.

    So what do you think?
  3. Pchan liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in The Day the Earth Stood Still   

    I didn't even know they were remaking the 1951 classic. If they stay true to the original story (The director claims to be a huge fan of the original), I guess its appropriate for the times we live in.
  4. Pchan liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in 230 MPG Car
    Its a Video. Pretty nifty.
  5. Pchan liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in Duke Nukem Forever: Game Footage Revealed
    For those that care. I never really was a Nukem fan myself.
  6. Pchan liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in 230 MPG Car
    Its a Video. Pretty nifty.
  7. Pchan liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in 230 MPG Car
    Its a Video. Pretty nifty.
  8. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by Ladywriter in Turkish tuna fishermen ram Greenpeace ship   
    Then you haven't read enough or you've just been exposed to bogus propaganda. Thats why I suggested you visit their websites/ jump on their mailing lists so you can see what really they do.
    Here's a few links for ya ~hell for everybody!
    Avaaz (English)
    Greanpeace (USA)
    Center for Biological Diversity
    Save Our Environment
    World Wildlife Fund
    Expose Exxon
    We Can Solve It
    League of Conservation Voters
    happy reading
    The gp coverage
    Peaceful ship attacked
    Time and tuna are running out. Tempers too.
    May 30, 2008


    Cypriot Channel, Turkey —
    Three Turkish tuna fishing vessels surrounded the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise in the Cypriot Channel, with crew from one vessel attacking the ship with lead weights. Greenpeace is in the area to call for an end to unsustainable fishing and to call for the establishment of a marine reserve between Cyprus and Turkey.
    We flew over the ships early this morning to document the activities of tuna fishing vessels.
    Three Turkish vessels then surrounded the Greenpeace ship -- one colliding with the Arctic Sunrise and causing superficial damage midships on the starboard side. The tuna ship's crews then started hurling lead fishing weights of around four centimetres at the Greenpeace ship. Gunfire was heard. Amazingly, no one was injured but the Greenpeace helicopter was damaged and is now inoperable.

    The Greenpeace ships Captain notified the Turkish Iskenderun Port Authority and reported the damage.
    "This unprovoked attack against the Arctic Sunrise, a peaceful protest ship, endangered the safety of our crew and ship and is completely unacceptable, we urge the ships owners to instruct their crews to return to port for an immediate investigation," said Greenpeace International Oceans campaigner Karli Thomas, on board the Arctic Sunrise.
    The real bad guys: governments
    "We understand that these guys are angry -- we're angry too. But the real problem has been caused by the refusal of governments to take action to regulate an industry that is fishing itself to death," Said Banu Dokmecibasi, Greenpeace Mediterranean Oceans Campaigner.
    Scientists from the international body which regulates tuna fishing, ICCAT, recommended a maximum sustainable catch of 15,000 tons of bluefin tuna, to be divided among all the countries licensed to fish in the Mediterranean. The Turkish fleet comprises more than 200 purse seiners in total, with enough catch capacity to fish the entire 15,000 tons. Turkey has an allocated quota of less than 900 tons.
    We're calling on the Turkish government to support the protection of the Cypriot Channel, one of the most productive tuna breeding areas in the Eastern Mediterranean, as a marine reserve. The Turkish government should immediately revoke all permits for domestic fleets to fish in the channel.

    "Marine reserves are urgently needed to protect the future of marine life, including tuna. The population of tuna is close to extinction - if we don't protect the breeding and spawning grounds now there will be no fish for the future. By protecting tuna, fishermen can protect their own future." Said Banu Dokmecibasi, Greenpeace Mediterranean Oceans Campaigner.
    Greenpeace is campaigning for a global network of fully protected marine reserves covering 40 percent of our oceans as an essential way to protect our seas from the ravages of climate change, to restore the health of fish stocks, and protect ocean life from habitat destruction and collapse. As part of this campaign, the Arctic Sunrise is currently in the Mediterranean documenting threats to the sea and promoting the designation of marine reserves.
    At the same time, our vessel Esperanza is calling for marine reserves in the Pacific. You can add your voice to our efforts without risking seasickness or getting anything thrown at you.
  9. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by Sledgstone in Vampire Energy = Wasted energy   
    Vampire Energy - How much energy you waste a year by leaving appliances plugged in.
    I stumbled upon this graph the other day and thought it was decent. Once I add up how many phones, computers, tvs, game systems, etc. I have plugged in, I figure we waste about $200 a year in electricity.
  10. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by HKofsesshoumaru in $11.00a gallon Gas prices   
    Think gas prices are high? Try $11 in Turkey
    Cars drive to a petrol station advertising: "Low Prices", in Anglet, southwestern France, Wednesday, May, 28, 2008. Consumers, gas retailers and governments are wrestling with a new energy order, where rising oil prices play a larger role than ever in the daily lives of increasingly mobile world citizens. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)
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    updated 4:22 p.m. PT, Fri., May. 30, 2008
    PARIS - Americans are shell-shocked at $4-a-gallon gas. But consider France, where a gallon of petrol runs nearly $10. Or Turkey, where it's more than $11.
    Drivers around the world are being pummeled by the effects of record gas prices. And now some are hitting back, staging strikes and protests from Europe to Indonesia to demand that governments do more to ease the pain.
    It's a growing problem in a world that's increasingly mobile and more vulnerable than ever to the cost of crude oil, which is racing higher by the day and showing no signs of stopping.
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    "I don't know why it is, but ... it hurts," said Marie Penucci, a violinist who was filling up her Volkswagen to the tune of $9.66 a gallon at an Esso station on the bypass that rings Paris.
    As she pumped, she looked wistfully at a commuter climbing onto one of the city's cheap rental bicycles, an option not open to her since she travels long distances to perform.
    As oil soars, the effect on drivers can vary widely. Taxes and subsidies that differ from nation to nation are the main reasons, along with limits in oil refining capacity and hard-to-reach places that drive up shipping costs.
    In Europe and Japan, for example, high taxes have made drivers accustomed to staggering gas prices. As a result, plenty of European adults never even bother to learn to drive, preferring cheap mass transit to getting behind the wheel.
    Those who do drive are still testing new pain thresholds. And it would be worse in Europe if the strong euro weren't cushioning the blow.
    On the other hand, in emerging economies such as China and India, government subsidies shield consumers. But that still means governments themselves have to find a way to afford the soaring market prices for oil.
    Increasingly, people around the world are reaching the boiling point — and it's not just drivers.
    Fishermen in Spain and Portugal began nationwide strikes Friday, keeping their trawlers and commercial boats docked at ports. In Madrid, demonstrators handed out 20 tons of fish in a bid to win support from the public.
    In Spain, European Union's most important producer of fish, the fishing confederation estimates fuel prices have gone up 320 percent in the past five years — so high many fishermen can no longer afford to take their boats out.
    French fishermen and farmers, who need fuel for trawlers and tractors, say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring prices and have blocked oil terminals around France and shipping traffic on the English Channel to demand government help.
    British and Bulgarian truckers are staging fuel protests, too.
    Indonesians are staging their own protests against shrinking gasoline subsidies in a nation where nearly half the population of 235 million lives on less than $2 a day.
    The world is driving more than ever: There are 887 million vehicles in the world, up from 553 million just 15 years ago, according to London consultancy Global Insight. It estimates the figure will be 1 billion four years from now.
    In Europe, the high tax burden means crude prices make up a smaller part of the retail cost of gas.
    "The pain of a rise in prices is much less in Europe, because we may be paying a lot more here, but the rise in a percentage sense is a lot smaller," said Julius Walker, oil analyst at the Paris-based International Energy Agency.
    The United States, with its relatively low taxes, is considered to have retail prices closer to what energy data charts call the "real cost" of gasoline — closely linked to the price of oil.
    So as oil prices have soared, U.S. gas prices have soared along with them.
    Prices for regular unleaded gas have risen from $1.47 a gallon in May 2003 to more than $3.96 now, a jump of nearly 170 percent. In the same period, the most popular grade of gas in France rose by just over 90 percent — a relatively gentle climb.
    Americans are driving less — about 11 billion fewer miles in March 2008 than March 2007, a drop of about 4 percent, according to the Schork Report newsletter. It was the first drop in March driving in almost three decades.
    In the U.S., presidential candidates John McCain and Hillary Rodham Clinton have proposed suspending the federal gas tax for the summer to give drives some help, although it is not clear whether drivers would actually see much relief.
    French President Nicolas Sarkozy has urged the EU to cut its value-added tax on fuel.
    Nations that produce huge amounts of oil aren't necessarily in better shape.
    Russia is the world's second leading producer of oil, but gas there comes to about $3.68 a gallon — about the same as in the United States, where workers earn about six times as much money.
    Much of the Russian cost comes from taxes, which run between 60 and 70 percent. Limited refining capacity and the costs of transporting gasoline across the country's vast expanse also push up prices.
    Turkey faces similar problems. It costs $11.29 a gallon there, meaning filling up the tank of a midsize car can reach nearly $200 — enough to give up on driving and buy a domestic plane ticket.
    It's not that bad everywhere.
    In China, government-mandated low retail gas prices have helped farmers and China's urban poor but, in a country struggling with pollution, also have hurt conservation. The Chinese used about 5 percent more gas in the first four months of this year than last.
    And in Venezuela, long-held government subsidies and bountiful supplies have made the people think of cheap fuel as a birthright. It's a veritable wonderland for gas guzzlers — 12 cents a gallon. Consumers there are snapping up SUVs.
    For solutions to the oil crisis, policymakers in less oil-rich nations are looking to Brazil, where ethanol made from sugar cane is widely available to the nation's 190 million people.
    Eight out of every 10 new cars sold there are flex-fuel models that run on pure ethanol, gas or any combination of the two. Ethanol in Sao Paulo is running about half the price of gas, which is $5.67 per gallon.
    But those examples are definitely the exception.
    "It's been tough. I had to switch to regular gasoline from premium class," said Hiroyuki Kashiwabara, a Japanese worker whose monthly spending on gasoline has increased by nearly $100 over the last couple of months alone. "My salary doesn't change and I can't cut back on my spending on food or anything else."
    Jean-Marc Jancovici, a French engineer and co-author of a philosophical treatise called "Fill It Up, Please!" despairs over the developing world's rising thirst for shrinking oil resources.
    His answer? To rich consumers, at least, he says: Pick up your bike and "stop being petroleum slaves."
    Associated Press writers David Nowak in Moscow; Robin McDowell in Jakarta, Indonesia; Ian James in Caracas, Venezuela; Alan Clendenning in Brasilia, Brazil; Joe McDonald in Beijing; Mari Yamaguchi and Shino Yuasa in Tokyo; Ashok Sharma in New Delhi; and Franziska Scheven and A.J. Goldmann in Berlin contributed to this report.
    Copyright 2008 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
  11. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by open770771 in New Cheap Online Game CD-KEY, We Provides Free Games download,Go to   
    This post has been pwn3d by DX ya freakin' spammer!

    Read the Rules before Posting
  12. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by Mathias in Death to fanboyism   
    The term fanboyism and its many iterations have been abused to death. In fact, this forum has redefined the term so many times it has lost its meaning. Stop the insanity!
  13. Pchan liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
    They have to open the movie like this! X'D
  14. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by Pchan in PlayStation 'will reclaim lead'
  15. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by Pchan in Japan worker in 780,000 porn hits
    ... .
  16. Pchan liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in Dragonball Teaser Poster spotted.   

    I don't know how Kotaku is about image leeching, so if it doesn't show up on here:
  17. Pchan liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in German Schoolboy Corrects NASA's Math
    Another link:
  18. Sledgstone liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in Happy Birthday DX!   
    Be lazy, drink beer, play video games, and hang out with friends.
  19. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by Pchan in Happy Birthday DX!   

    What plans for the day!
  20. Ladywriter liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in what do you Think?   

    I might post some opinions later.
  21. Kite liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in Blu-ray Wins!   
    thats pretty rough. There were minor problems with the 60 gig in the US, but most the games that wouldn't work were the lesser known games, others had messed up sound or graphics on certain parts. all my PS2 games work great, My ps3 is from the very first batch. I think it has a PS2 chip in it, Europe might have received the first attempt at the emulator.
    Really thought, Is it that big of a problem for people to keep the PS1, PS2, and Xbox if they want to play their old games that bad? Maybe its just me, people keep their NES and Atari. B/C is nice and all, but when it comes down to it, no one pays $600 just to play there last gen games on a new machine designed for the next step in gaming. B/C is just a small part of the reason. This was the factor taken into consideration, and to cut price, they sacrificed it. You're lucky to get $25 in store credit off a PS2 anyways. might as well keep it.
  22. Pchan liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in Indiana Jones Teaser!
    Its all over YouTube, but this one has much higher quality.
  23. Saiel liked a post in a topic by DeathscytheX in "Mass Effect" is a porno   
    The only questionable theme to the game, which makes it hit close to home, is one of the paths you can take in the game that revolves around racism. However, instead of humans looking down on each other, its humans looking at themselves as better than the other alien species. Someone could make a better case out of that rather than this whole porno deal.
  24. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by Myk JL in Console Gaming annihilates PC Gaming in '07   
    Don't do it... it's a trick... First time I did that he got mad, locked his own thread, & sent me a message via karma... Then when I sent one back via karma he acted like I rated his karma first via PM... Agreed.
  25. DeathscytheX liked a post in a topic by aqu in Happy Birthday Aqu!   
    aww, thanks everybody.
    Nothing special planned for today besides going to class and trying to not get washed away in the rain
    However it does feel quite nice to no longer be a teenager.