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Why we love Warren
March 15th 2007, 18:54 CET by Gabe

Is it his continual need to point out that he hates sports?

Is it his witty one liners like "What?"?

Repetitiveness rocks?

Here's your chance to post your thoughts!

Also, this pushed the other sports topic off the front page.
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#50 by Matt Perkins
2007-03-15 21:52:30
wizardque@yahoo.com http://whatwouldmattdo.com/
I love Warren because.... wait, it's coming to me... nah, I got nothing.

My intelligence, then, is not absolute but is a function of the society I live in

"I'm not sure it's possible to make a "subtle" jab at Matt's writing ability." - Ergo
#51 by gaggle
2007-03-15 22:00:51
I'll never love Warren, he hurts me too much for that. But he makes me a little moist with his rebel-like attitude and 'cuz he made a kickass game. My hero!

"there are times when newspapers must be rolled and then vigorously applied." - PA
#52 by Chunkstyle
2007-03-15 22:03:35
I also love Warren because he hurts Gaggle.

Game Developers: Don't forget the zombie monkeys.
#53 by mgns
2007-03-15 22:05:17
I love Warren from afar. Far afar. Far afar away.

I loved you for your beauty
and I loved you for your body
there's a voice that sounds like God to me
#54 by Matt Perkins
2007-03-15 22:12:09
wizardque@yahoo.com http://whatwouldmattdo.com/
Warren has a rebel-like attitude? I think you need to get out more...

My intelligence, then, is not absolute but is a function of the society I live in

"I'm not sure it's possible to make a "subtle" jab at Matt's writing ability." - Ergo
#55 by gaggle
2007-03-15 22:15:05
Caution. Critical loss of humor detected.

"there are times when newspapers must be rolled and then vigorously applied." - PA
#56 by Matt Perkins
2007-03-15 22:22:07
wizardque@yahoo.com http://whatwouldmattdo.com/
me? lacking humor? never! It could be the lack of sleep thing...because I think I'm hilarious.

My intelligence, then, is not absolute but is a function of the society I live in

"I'm not sure it's possible to make a "subtle" jab at Matt's writing ability." - Ergo
#57 by Dumdeedum
2007-03-15 22:46:06
http://www.dumdeedum.com
Jibble
The gas mileage in the Element is okay, but when we pay it off we'll be buying a comfy hybrid (probably an Accord) to replace the Civic.

You can't put out low-hanging fruit like that here!  There's trolls in these waters.

Anyway, hurrah for modern life; constant war for some, constant campaigning for a few, constant billing for all!

#58 by jjohnsen
2007-03-15 23:21:57
http://www.johnsenclan.com
#49 by Jibble

Trying to look cool is why this country has a negative savings rate.  Also, fuck you.

You should know that looking cool is the last thing on my priority list. I drive an Element!

jj, not sure which car you're talking about. The Civic has been relegated to emergency use because it's not as comfortable as the Element. The gas mileage in the Element is okay, but when we pay it off we'll be buying a comfy hybrid (probably an Accord) to replace the Civic.

I was talking about the Element.  My wife likes how they look and how roomy they are.  Our Camry just hit 260,000 miles so we're starting to accept it may not run forever and plan for the future.  I remembered you were pretty high on it when you first purchased it and I just wondered if you were still as excited about it?  She likes the Element and the one that looks similar to it, the Scion I think?   Anyway, we'd love to go hybrid, but we have to weigh in the fact we may lose our free mechanic if we do.  Also we'll be buying used, so I'm waiting to see how hybrids stack up in the used market.

Actually, the liberalism of the media - as a general thing - IS a major fallacy. What the media is, is a whore.  -LP       Johnsen Family
#59 by Wudi
2007-03-15 23:37:43
It's a love/hate relationship with Warren.

I love Warren because he shared the source code for Bubble Bomb and it had a nifty recursive routine for finding the touching bubbles i couldn't be arsed to figure out on my own.

I hate Warren for using BlitzBasic, closing the source , starting a web page and trying to make a buck off it.

Zep--

Save the cheerleader ... Save the world.
#60 by wingwalker
2007-03-15 23:44:02
I love Warren because it requires no permits, tax usage or federal authority to do so.
#61 by Dumdeedum
2007-03-15 23:57:39
http://www.dumdeedum.com
(except in Nevada)

#62 by LPMiller
2007-03-16 00:06:03
lpmiller@gotapex.com http://www.gotapex.com
The gas mileage in the Element is okay, but when we pay it off we'll be buying a comfy hybrid (probably an Accord) to replace the Civic.


A hybrid accord won't give you much in the way of a gas savings over a normal accord, and cost a bit more. It's one of those we stuck batteries in it to be cool but really it's just so we can get more horses out of it hybrids, not a save the planet even though I'm not really saving the planet hybrids, like the civic.

"Testiculos habet et bene pendentes" "He has testicles, and they dangle nicely."
#63 by LPMiller
2007-03-16 00:06:30
lpmiller@gotapex.com http://www.gotapex.com
And I come for the Warren, but I stay for the pie.

"Testiculos habet et bene pendentes" "He has testicles, and they dangle nicely."
#64 by Jibble
2007-03-16 00:07:37
jj, we tried to sit in a Scion at a car show and it felt really cramped for us (she and I are both 6'0"). We both still love the Element, and are completely happy with our decision. Plenty of room, the fold-up seats are great for hauling stuff, and we're constantly using the built-in Aux jack to listen to the iPod. As for mileage, we drive a decent bit to work each day, and we generally get a little under 290 miles or so before the light comes on. The mileage estimates put our car at 22/27, with a 15.9 gallon tank. I usually only fill it to around 14 gallons, so that puts it right in at 20mpg. Not great, but the CR-V only hits 22/28 and costs about $2k more at the same trim level. Of course, the Scion is a lot cheaper (starts at $15k) and gets better mileage (30/32), so if you like it I have nothing against it.

The only issue we've had so far with the Element is that a few of the screws on the underside of both of the rear doors came loose recently. They hold on a cosmetic piece, but it was odd that several of them started coming loose at once. The only reason I knew about it was that one of them fell out onto the floor of my garage when I opened the door one day. I got a screwdriver, tightened them all up, and we haven't had a problem since.

Lady, people aren't chocolates. But you know what they are, mostly? Bastards. Bastard-coated bastards with bastard filling.

Blog. 198 lbs.  18 to go.
#65 by Jibble
2007-03-16 00:09:55
A hybrid accord won't give you much in the way of a gas savings over a normal accord, and cost a bit more. It's one of those we stuck batteries in it to be cool but really it's just so we can get more horses out of it hybrids, not a save the planet even though I'm not really saving the planet hybrids, like the civic.

See, this is what I tell my wife, but her concern is the ability to put babies in the back seat. I'm whipped, so she'll probably win. Hooray for caring for the babies but fucking up their future at the same time! OIL ORGY!

Lady, people aren't chocolates. But you know what they are, mostly? Bastards. Bastard-coated bastards with bastard filling.

Blog. 198 lbs.  18 to go.
#66 by assemblerer
2007-03-16 00:10:02
http://uglycode.com
I love Warren when he's talking about game development and shares his insights on his work. I like him when he's funny. I dislike him when he's not funny. I hate him when he's acting like an asshole (no matter if I agree with him or not). In fact, I think this applies to everyone here. But I can't hate people for more than 30 minutes. Not even Anon and Lelsie.

My boring blog.
"Well, I'd probably say... bollocks! But that's just a natural reflex." (Guy Fawkes Day, Daria, s3e03)
#67 by gaggle
2007-03-16 00:11:26
Yeah, wudi's on his own special exception list.

"there are times when newspapers must be rolled and then vigorously applied." - PA
#68 by assemblerer
2007-03-16 00:14:09
http://uglycode.com
Nah. Not even Wudi or Joker or jafd or Bailey.
Oh, and I screwed Leslie's name. I bet he's gonna pop up and say how retarded I am. Lelsie. Heh. I like it.

My boring blog.
"Well, I'd probably say... bollocks! But that's just a natural reflex." (Guy Fawkes Day, Daria, s3e03)
#69 by Warren Marshall
2007-03-16 00:19:35
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
You all make me so proud!  Wait, that's the wrong word...  Oh, right, sick!
#70 by assemblerer
2007-03-16 00:24:38
http://uglycode.com
Let's celebrate by a little interview.

So, Mr. Marshall, how you feel about special recognition you've received for wasting so much time on PlanetCrap?

Oh... you feel sick. Well, I guess it's only appropriate.

My boring blog.
"Well, I'd probably say... bollocks! But that's just a natural reflex." (Guy Fawkes Day, Daria, s3e03)
#71 by Warren Marshall
2007-03-16 00:27:05
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
So, Mr. Marshall, how you feel about special recognition you've received for wasting so much time on PlanetCrap?

Thanks Gabe!
#72 by assemblerer
2007-03-16 00:39:26
http://uglycode.com
Let's move onto advanced topics. Since this topic has so much love in it, how did you meet your wife?

My boring blog.
"Well, I'd probably say... bollocks! But that's just a natural reflex." (Guy Fawkes Day, Daria, s3e03)
#73 by Shadarr
2007-03-16 00:50:17
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
Crapsifter's working again, so it must be you that's broken.

Even I know what crossing the Rubicon means, and I know fuck all about American history. -m0nty
#74 by assemblerer
2007-03-16 02:18:36
http://uglycode.com
Shut up, I'm doing very serious interview here. You peoples without feelings should have at least some respect.

My boring blog.
"Well, I'd probably say... bollocks! But that's just a natural reflex." (Guy Fawkes Day, Daria, s3e03)
#75 by m0nty
2007-03-16 02:43:12
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
assemblerer (#66):
I love Warren when he's talking about game development and shares his insights on his work. I like him when he's funny. I dislike him when he's not funny. I hate him when he's acting like an asshole (no matter if I agree with him or not). In fact, I think this applies to everyone here.

QFMFT

Also, this is what democracy looks like.
#76 by Caryn
2007-03-16 03:01:07
carynlaw@pacbell.net http://www.hellchick.net
I love Warren because he let me do the writing for SETH's Puzzle Box.

Current novel word count: 26,800 words (I'm hoping by putting it here it helps motivate me)
#77 by schnee
2007-03-16 03:05:55
david@snowdesign.com
I was talking about the Element.  My wife likes how they look

Now that's funny.

I love my Element, but looks are it's weakest point. Think of it as a car built from the driver out, every concession made for function, and there you have it. Looks? Looks like a brick.
#78 by CheesyPoof
2007-03-16 03:11:18
I hate Warren because he didn't ask me to do anything for SETH puzzle boxes, but he did put in the labels in BubbleBomb because I couldn't tell the difference between the green and yellow balls.
#79 by Gabe
2007-03-16 03:14:42
http://www.dartpublishing.com
The Element might be a great car, but it's pretty hideous looking.
#80 by wingwalker
2007-03-16 03:31:33
Caryn
Please do not go to the host site that I sent you. I went there to buy some domain names, clicked a link and ended up having my site hacked. I sent you an email or two screaming not to go there. I have since fixed the hack. All they did was hijack my index file. I called the host and told them about the issue and they are going to clean things up on their end.Best give them a few days.
#81 by Ng Yo
2007-03-16 04:25:06
time for a repost in a new post because after 2000+ in ye other 'tis not right...

#82 by Ng Yo
2007-03-16 04:25:18
ATTENTION CRAPPERS:
===============

Get ready for the opportunity of a lifetime. Incredible as this may seem, I, Ng Yo, will be coming to America in 2007.(1) I will be in the New York are around late April until mid May. As a special gift to my fellow Crappers, anyone here that wishes to meet me LIVE in New York may do so by getting in touch with me. I would like to visit some of you for lunch and or dinner, or perhaps both(2). Maybe even brunch. Or perhaps visit a gun range or such. Whatever....

All joking aside if you have my kind of humor(3) and want to meet an Australian with European heritage, by all means - let's meet. No, really!!

I am a 30+ white male. A strict heterosexual with no desire for experimentation. I like guns. I enjoy watching: The Family Guy, South Park and The Simpsons.

Whilst in New York, among other things, I intend to visit Ground Zero, Hello Deli ...and speak to Rupert, and prostitutes. What's an average New York hooker go for these days ?

As usual, my time is extremely valuable so book early. Limited positions available. ACT NOW!!



PS: I don't mind if you are a Negroid. But if we do meet it must be in a crowded, public place.








1  assuming I get through customs.
2  assuming you pay for / cook the meals.
3  crude toilet humor

#83 by Ng Yo
2007-03-16 04:26:10
and btw, JJ i know that bar must be either gay or for negros... you think i'm stupid ?

#84 by Leslie Nassar
2007-03-16 04:32:59
http://departmentofinternets.com
very

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#85 by Ds_
2007-03-16 05:13:15
roger.boal@gmail.com
I love warren, because he let me review quake 2 CTF maps on his planetquake website

He also made the Wheel of Time map 'the bowels'

He also has huge ginormous tracts of..... screen space


and finally, because he turned UnrealED into something  usable rather than utter shite.
#86 by m0nty
2007-03-16 05:36:35
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
I also vote for stupid.
#87 by deadlock
2007-03-16 09:14:22
http://www.deadlocked.org/
Jibble:
Hooray for caring for the babies but fucking up their future at the same time! OIL ORGY!

I prefer to think of it less as "fucking up their future" and more as "pre-emptive strike"

"I'm just off down to the pub you old bollocks!"
"Okay son! Don't forget to put on your acid-rain suit! Have you got your busfare? Oh that's right, no buses! Haha! Have fun!"

#88 by Anonymous
2007-03-16 11:21:05
What babies? Come on, tell her to get real!

2005 TOTY 10000 badge winner and proud carrier.
#89 by deadlock
2007-03-16 11:43:57
http://www.deadlocked.org/
On topic:

I think it's clear from my bit of Warren fanfic in the other thread that I too love Warren. Well, mostly I love myself whilst thinking about Warren but it's a thin line.

#90 by Jibble
2007-03-16 13:05:53
The Element might be a great car, but it's pretty hideous looking.

Luckily, I don't have to look at the outside of it very often.

Lady, people aren't chocolates. But you know what they are, mostly? Bastards. Bastard-coated bastards with bastard filling.

Blog. 198 lbs.  18 to go.
#91 by bigolshambles
2007-03-16 13:28:42
PERSONAL HOMEPAGE
I've got no idea who Warren is but "What?" is one of the wittiest comebacks I've ever read so perhaps I do love him.

Smartarse.
#92 by Marsh Davies
2007-03-16 13:49:58
www.verbalchilli.com
Warren Peredur Hildenberg-Glossit Marshall, (born 13 October 1925, in a tent, Ontario), is a level designer for Epic Games and prolific troll-auteur on a number of once-prestigious forums. He was leader of the Saskatchewan Tumble-Tots Martyrs Brigade from 1945 until 1990 when an incident turned both his legs inside out and he was forced to retire from active service.

#93 by Jibble
2007-03-16 14:02:06
I heard he killed a bear by designing a room for it in which it had to figure out where not to step based on an audible cue.

Lady, people aren't chocolates. But you know what they are, mostly? Bastards. Bastard-coated bastards with bastard filling.

Blog. 198 lbs.  18 to go.
#94 by Warren Marshall
2007-03-16 14:27:29
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
#93 by Jibble

I heard he killed a bear by designing a room for it in which it had to figure out where not to step based on an audible cue.

aka with his bare hands.
#95 by Warren Marshall
2007-03-16 14:43:59
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
BTW, I've started up an idea man blog for the various game ideas that pop into my head.  I'll never have the time or opportunity to actually make them so I figured it would be good to have an outlet.  Link in my sig.  Troll away!

#96 by CheesyPoof
2007-03-16 14:54:20
You're just giving up the ideas freely!!1 You'll make G-Man's head asplode!!!


Oh, nice one, Warren Marshall, very slick.
#97 by mgns
2007-03-16 15:02:16
So this morning I had my annual dentist check-up. While I'm in the waiting room, an asian girl walks in, looking a little bit nervous. She walks over to the counter and says something in english to the nurse. From what I can pick up she's a dental-hygiene student from the university across the street. They got some internship program going I suppose.

I think 'great, this is just fantastic' because I don't like going to the dentist, not even for check-ups, and some newbie in the room is only going to make me self-conscious. And sure enough, when I sit down in the Torquemada-device, there she is. Quietly observing and occasionally taking notes while my dentist is going 'Aah, as you can see here, this young man had his wisdom tooth extracted, has healed wonderfully - his dental hygiene isn't the best I've seen, but it's ok' etc. etc. Turns out the student is from Japan. Japan turns out to be 'Nippon.' And in Japan, dental hygienists are not allowed to administer local anesthetics, 'oh, really?' And so on. Smiles all around.

My dentist goes to put the film thing for the x-ray in my mouth, meanwhile telling her about the x-ray machine. And when I'm sitting there with a hunk of plastic clenched between my teeth, he turns to the poor student and goes;

'But I guess I don't have to tell you about that, you Japanese know all about radiation...'

I almost swallowed the junk trying not to laugh. Incredibly insensitive, but hysterically funny. The student doesn't say anything, and my dentist goes on as if nothing at all...

I loved you for your beauty
and I loved you for your body
there's a voice that sounds like God to me
#98 by chris
2007-03-16 15:03:54
cwb@shaithis.com http://www.cerebraldebris.com
"I hack a fag" ?

Warren Marshall hates the gays.

-chris

#99 by Marsh Davies
2007-03-16 15:04:48
www.verbalchilli.com
mgns - hahaha!

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