Truly inspiring words.Let me paraphrase Braveheart in an attempt to make you smile one more time.
"Every Forum dies, not every Forum really lives"
Keep up your diligence Nick and thes rest, It will be rewarded to you in your times come.
Hey yeah, that is a good idea. I mean...like... IrrationalTime.net or...something like that.Quite frankly, I wish I had more websites just like this, with people just as dedicated as this one, for all the things I'm interested in.....like...like.... RockstarTime.net......or.......FordTime.net......or anything.
I'm serious. A lot of people don't say shit they actually want to with their names and faces attached.
You should care, at least in this instance. It would help you not look retarded.I don't think we cared about what others thought of us, us, Young men crying in happiness over a pokemon game.
Is it retarded to express exactly how you feel?You should care, at least in this instance. It would help you not look retarded.
When did the argument get so heated.
The answer to both questions is obviously no. The point is that you should not feel that way about a Pokemon game. That's why I qualified my statement with "at least in this instance." [/quote]Is it retarded to express exactly how you feel?
Is suppressing how you feel to look "cool" something you do a lot krynn?
That isn't entirely true. It definitely has some weight, but Sidedraft is also correct when he suggests that social media has had a pretty significant impact on various forums. Generally, people seem to congregate around large/general forums (Reddit is the prime example) where talking about a huge number of topics is understood and encouraged. Focused forums like ValveTime still have a place, they're just far less important than they were back in the earlier days of the web before "hubs" developed.The reason this place is dead is because fans of halflife and halflife 2 are now mature adults working full time, or going to school, and other non video game related shit, so many have just forgotten about this site due to being preoccupied with adult life.