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    Nostalgia..

    damn.. trip down memory lane.. According to my profile I joined in January 2005, so I was 17 and a half. I remember I was looking for mods for Vice City and so stumbled across this site, and I emailed Chris congratulating him on great work on the website. I do want to apologize for all the shit that I posted lol, but nonetheless TGTAP will always be special to me, great friendships and memories came out of it and I'm happy to be here in 2020 and see that I'm not the only one still thinking about it.
  2. hey everyone :3

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    GTA Online PC

    Anyone here still playing GTA Online on PC? If so feel free to add me, MissKokane.
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    I haven't been here in a while

    oh, the memories...
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    ESO beta

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    ESO beta

    so.. who's up for the Elder Scrolls Online beta this weekend? it starts Friday, February 28th at 12:00PM EST and ends Sunday, March 2nd at 11:59PM EST you can still get a code Edit: fuck. I posted this here instead in Gaming by accident. Can someone please move this to Gaming section?
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    ESO beta

    I loved it. It made me pre-order the game. I heard people that weren't that impressed, and they were especially upset that it won't be free to play. I've been an Elder Scrolls fan for over 10 years. I say it's worth the money, at least for me. Probably won't be able to play 12 months a year, but I do want to play it. The graphics are amazing. If you played Skyrim, it's similar to that. Here are a few screenshots I took https://www.facebook.com/MissKokane/media_set?set=a.10202514273551465.1073741833.1034142371&type=3 PS: there will be one more beta until release so you can still sign up. or probably there are still codes people gave up on the internet that weren't claimed from the previous one because each person got an extra code for a friend https://www.elderscrollsonline.com/en-uk/beta
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    Why is this forum inactive

    yea.. the forum's in a coma
  9. bored as a mutha

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    Three Word Story

    a big fat
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    Hot Guy Thread

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    What Movie Did You Last Watch?

    watched yesterday: and
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    Three Word Story

    kissed it until
  14. Hey guys! I have Vice City on Steam. Some missions piss me off so I need some particular cheats. I installed the ultimate Trainer but most of the cheats won't work and they crash my game. When I start the trainer I get an error message: "You are using a version of GTAVice the trainer was not designed for. This is UNSUPPORTED and may not function correctly", and it does indeed not function correctly. I tried to install the patch but it didn't work. So is there a way to make the Trainer work with the Steam version of the game?
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    What Movie Did You Last Watch?

    I watched yesterday The Rum Diary. Loved it.
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    Favorite Movies

    A selection of some of my all time favorites. Click on photos for links.
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    Your Religion / Beliefs

    It has become a permanent battle between theists and atheists. Each trying to prove they're right. Those that don't believe are satanists and those that believe are fools. It's not about being a good person anymore. It's more important proving you're right, which is something you will never be able to prove anyway, and will end up wasting your life with this nonsense. Yes, I believe this fight over who's right is foolish and useless. There is no way to prove a god exists or not. What is God anyway? They say it's the "creator" of the universe, the "supreme being". But what form and chemical composition does it have? I know the Bible says it is a supernatural being with the appearance of man. But you know, the dictionary says that fairies are also supernatural beings. The dictionary defines the spirit and soul as principles and immaterial entities. You can't physically prove their existence. They're like ideas. So I consider "God" more of a title than that unique god the christians worship. It's a title like mother, president, creator. It can have many and any form. It can be energy or a fairy. I don't believe in a creator. But I also don't hate or judge people who do. They are free to believe in whatever they want as long as it makes them better persons. You don't have to share my ideas, but don't try to make me be like you and don't judge me for being different. Before I continue I would also like to express my opinion on how some christians consider atheists satanists. If you are a satanist you worship Satan. If you worship Satan you believe in Satan. If you believe in Satan you are a christian. So therefore, you can't be an atheist and a satanist at the same time, you have to be a christian. I believe in science and the laws of nature. I have my own philosophies and ideas on life and spirituality. I discovered they are compatible with Buddhism and Taoism so I decided to follow this path. I would like to think of it more of a philosophy and way of life than a religion. Even though it's nontheist, most still consider and practice it as a religion. "To turn the Buddha into a religious fetish is to miss the essence of what he taught. (...) The wisdom of the Buddha is currently trapped within the religion of Buddhism. (...) While it may be true enough to say that Buddhism is not a religion, most Buddhists worldwide practice it as such, in many of the naive, petitionary, and superstitious ways in which all religions are practiced." I selected the following quote from an article I read because it says it better than I would. "Incompatible religious doctrines have balkanized our world into separate moral communities, and these divisions have become a continuous source of bloodshed. Indeed, religion is as much a living spring of violence today as it has been at any time in the past. The recent conflicts in Palestine (Jews vs. Muslims), the Balkans (Orthodox Serbians vs. Catholic Croatians; Orthodox Serbians vs. Bosnian and Albanian Muslims), Northern Ireland (Protestants vs. Catholics), Kashmir (Muslims vs. Hindus), Sudan (Muslims vs. Christians and animists), Nigeria (Muslims vs. Christians), Ethiopia and Eritrea (Muslims vs. Christians), Sri Lanka (Sinhalese Buddhists vs. Tamil Hindus), Indonesia (Muslims vs. Timorese Christians), Iran and Iraq (Shiite vs. Sunni Muslims), and the Caucasus (Orthodox Russians vs. Chechen Muslims; Muslim Azerbaijanis vs. Catholic and Orthodox Armenians) are merely a few cases in point. These are places where religion has been the explicit cause of literally millions of deaths in recent decades. Why is religion such a potent source of violence? There is no other sphere of discourse in which human beings so fully articulate their differences from one another, or cast these differences in terms of everlasting rewards and punishments. Religion is the one endeavor in which us–them thinking achieves a transcendent significance. If you really believe that calling God by the right name can spell the difference between eternal happiness and eternal suffering, then it becomes quite reasonable to treat heretics and unbelievers rather badly. The stakes of our religious differences are immeasurably higher than those born of mere tribalism, racism, or politics. Religion is also the only area of our discourse in which people are systematically protected from the demand to give evidence in defense of their strongly held beliefs. And yet, these beliefs often determine what they live for, what they will die for, and—all too often—what they will kill for. This is a problem, because when the stakes are high, human beings have a simple choice between conversation and violence. At the level of societies, the choice is between conversation and war. There is nothing apart from a fundamental willingness to be reasonable—to have one’s beliefs about the world revised by new evidence and new arguments—that can guarantee we will keep talking to one another. Certainty without evidence is necessarily divisive and dehumanizing." My point is, whatever your religion is, what matters is you being a good person, not harming innocent others. Even thought I hate violence and promote peace, I do hate evil people and I would torture and kill without regret those evil bastards.
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    Three Word Story

    all of them.
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    Post your mugshots v3!

    then maybe my improvised red riding hood costume will help. if not, I'm sorry bro, the forum is dead
  20. Hmm, 10 years is more than u get here for something more serious. I don't know about their laws but since he was found guilty on 15 charges I guess all that time add up. Anyway, I guess he was in his 20s so by the time he gets out he'll be in his 30s, still young. And I find it wrong to commit suicide, but in this case I see it like that poor guy thought his life was worth sending that guy to jail for 10 years. Sad, he would have had more to win if he sued his for invading his privacy.
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    Three Word Story

    Until Chuck Norris
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    Three Word Story

    After hearing this,
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    Three Word Story

    survivors started to
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    Joseph Kony

    I've watched the video and yea, it made me sad and angry to see all these bad things happening in the world. But Uganda is not the only place where this kind of violence and injustice is happening. There are a lot of bad things happening in Africa and the Middle East and South America. And it has a lot to do with the leaders.. corruption and poverty. There was another movie called "City of God", inspired by real events, about the crimes and violence involving kids with guns in the Cidade de Deus, a suburb of Rio de Janeiro. Anyway, the anti-Kony campaign video is well made. It is influential and very subjective. But just by being so popular and all over the internet made me feel a lil' suspicious. And it was clever for them not to say buy the banners and the bracelets but saying donate and you will get them free. Another thing is they tell u to donate every month. They shouldn't tell you how often to donate... I'm not against it. If people wanna donate they should do it, it's their money. But I won't. I'm sure there is a lot more to it than they let you know. I'm sure there are a lot more reasons to do this. Why in 2012 and why does it expire at the end of the year? Is it an election year? Does it have anything to do with it? Another good video that influenced a lot of Americans. Is it supposed to have a happy ending and America to save the "world"? Is Kony already dead? Trying to be as objective as one can get in this situation, even tho it's about cruelty and violence, we all should do some research, there are a lot of things they missed out in the anti-Kony video, on purpose or not. Here's an interview with Kony: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdBcypx1DfE&feature=player_embedded
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    Three Word Story

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