Discussion in 'Games' started by Qui-Gon_Reborn, Feb 26, 2010.
So a Wookiee and ApolloSmileGirl walk into the bar....
You don't read comics, you read Batgirl.
Hey, I have to defend her now...altough she seems clearly able to defend herself...Batgirl is still a comic! And (as far as I can tell from my catching up on Batman) she is quite a nice character! At least Barbara Gordon was a great Batgirl, I am about to meet a new one now I have reached the Contagion cross-over.
*returns to a corner to contemplate the following question: Is 600 euro worth it to spend 4 days in the Finse 1222 hotel in Norway to visit the set locations of ESB and to have great other activities together with your fellow Rebel legionand 501st members?*
That's it, into the dungeon with you!!!!
Cassandra Cain was DC's answer to Shatterstar. Their own angst ninja!
She'd kick that pretty boy's ass back to Mojo's universe!!!!
They'd both collapse into a black hole of 90s grim and gritty lameness!
People who wear costumes are not ninjas. Ninjas in pjs are ninjas.
Ninjas? Pffft. Pirates could own any and all ninjas you could throw at them.
Pirates are just lame excuses to Vikings
Immortals would own all y'all.
Except ninjas, which brings us full circle.
Daveeed smells like tuna fish, which means he advocates the killing of dolphins.
Babyyyyy don't you forget to take your meds.
Yeah, I take my baby down to the street and I buy him a soda-pop!!!!
He's so sweet
I'm your high school lover, and you're my favorite flavor.
Pre-Teen ***ing Robot dance!!!!!
Pirates and Vikings are two completely different things!
what?! vikings were 33.3% pirates. the other 66.6% were explorers and general badasses.
in fact, pirates are cheap knockoffs of vikings.
Plus, pirates SLCATGOT
Well, a pirate is technically anyone and everyone who commits crimes on the sea or uses to sea to attack people on the land. So, Vikings were pirates (as well as mercenaries, explorers, merchants, and conquerors). Still, most people tend to think of age of sail Caribbean pirates when you say pirates (and, to a lesser extent, Japanese, Korean and Chinese pirates, which look surprisingly similar. They were strong enough that at some points in time, the Woku pirate groups had bigger armies than the government along the coast.)
You want to it up any further, Daveeeeeed?
Not all Vikings were pirates. For the most part, the people we consider "Vikings" were actually just a loose collection of tribes organized into a tentative republic, nomadic hunter-farmers that went on the occasional raiding expedition when times were tough. So yes, some Vikings could've committed piratical acts. But not all did.
I'm not thinking of those kinds of pirates, though. Nor the Somalian kind, nor the Barbary kind, nor the Spanish kind. I'm thinking of the highly unoriginal, stereotypical, argh, shiver me timbers, Caribbean pirate.
No offense, Dave. And it's not my fault that my pirate isn't Spanish. You have a problem with it, contact Disney.