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9132
#bYSunGQz 2017/08/24 04:29

Good luck talking to ha55ii

anything123
#NbuY2s4g 2017/08/24 03:45

i make joint bombs

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/24 01:14

@tauss
I'll try talking to ha55ii about trying to get your password back because I'm bored and there is nothing better to do. (:

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/24 01:05

You know whats sad? Nobody makes joint bombs anymore. There SO EASY to make!

спец
#uWla015M 2017/08/23 17:04

чтобы пуля из пистолета летела быстро нужно нитро глецерин

Torture King
#TI3DWoRg 2017/08/23 16:38

Cocaine, sure- assuming you can stop the Cartels from using boats or aircraft. But most of the drugs that get people desperate like meth are locally sourced and a wall won't change that. Hell, meth was invented about an hour's drive from where I live.

ups deliverer
#bS1191YD 2017/08/23 13:03

[email protected]
"Just sign here, to open the package sir"

amazingdude
#padtckOV 2017/08/23 11:16

@TK
To seperate my pastss from everyone elses.
@Draco
Thats not true about private prisons. Thats the government propaganda making you think rehab works. Also, wanna trade places? You move to California, and I move to conservative state?
Making a bit more sense now. Trumps wall should reduce crime because it would make it harder to get drugs into the country, which prevents addiction, preventing thugs from developing, less thugs = less crime. Plus it will slow illegal immigration and create millions of jobs. I know the wall isnt relavant to this but I brought it up because you suggested drugs cause crime and walls stop drugs from coming in.
@Vidkunssonn
Except rehab is much higher risk. Life incarceration is low risk. Rehab can fail an you have a new killer on the streets. However its very hard to excape from a prison, and you still keep the killer off of the streets.

ups deliverer
#bS1191YD 2017/08/23 07:20

"Is this dan-ball powder game 2 comment boards? I have a face palm under the name of reality to be delivered to all Controversialist, just sign here."

TK
#5NL07jq7 2017/08/23 06:20

Spooky Right?
ht.tp://explosm.net/rcg/
Paste those together and remover the censor-fooling link-breaker as my proof.

Vidkunssonn
#6gkHelVa 2017/08/23 06:17

@amazingdude
That's not how it works. They still need to keep the number of guards the same because the number of prisoners doesn't decrease when sending prisoners to rehab (they're still incarcerated), and the people who RUN rehab charge a higher salary to work, so it actually costs MORE than to just keep them imprisoned.
No, the internet is not liberal. There are too many people who follow the philosophy of "This can't be used against me, so I can do whatever I want" (trolls) for the internet to be identified as liberal.

Torture King
#TI3DWoRg 2017/08/23 06:16

@9132: Those aren't a turtle, you get a new one every time you wipe your cookies or switch computers, watch:
rsuecharb

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/23 03:55

@skyk
I couldn't remember and was too lazy to look it up.

Anything123
#PsA55K5U 2017/08/23 02:40

Sorry

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/22 23:39

We all know your fake. I mean, it's plain obvious. Our enternal nametag, like mine is #Nl3t12Mz,it's the games method of preventing copycats like you to ruin our image. Like Anything123, your enternal nametag is #PsA55K5U, which is the same nametag as the fake 9132, which concludes that Anything 123 is a framer. For more evidence, I can't post 3 times in a row. You can't fool a computer programmer, like myself, copycat.

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/22 23:39

Hello

Minsheme
#l0aS2Xd2 2017/08/22 22:00

CALLING ALL LIBERALS I need to receive big cums right now. If you are able to do large cums then please do them in me

skyk
#vSbAiI0H 2017/08/22 13:19

The term for the phenomenon, Draco, is the "prison-industrial complex".

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/22 12:24

>Conservative in liberal state
lol It's the other way around for me.

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/22 12:13

@amazingdude
Isn't there something about the prison systems earning money based on how many prisoners they house? I've heard that that's the #1 incentive to keep people in jail, especially privately-owned prisons.
I think peer pressure causes people to make bad decisions like doing drugs, which eventually evolves into crimes such as stealing because they focused too much on their drug habit and are forced to do those things in order to continue living or further fuel their habit.

Minsheme
#l0aS2Xd2 2017/08/22 11:54

I love receiving big cums

Torture King
#TI3DWoRg 2017/08/22 11:40

Out of curiosity, why are you still naming everything "climate alarmism debunked"? That last one had nothing to do with the climate or even natural science as a whole.

amazingdude
#padtckOV 2017/08/22 10:22

https://pastebin.com/FH1AGSZy

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/22 09:34

An upload can be both good and scammish. Pretty much anything that requires virtually no effort that squeezes out extra votes, intentional or not, is considered a scam.
Technically they vote more if they're more famous. Good uploads and scammier uploads (a third reason is frequent uploads) both tend to receive a higher amount of votes, and more votes mean more popularity.
Also, #PsA55K5U, nice try.

9132
#PsA55K5U 2017/08/22 04:02

Oh and you to anything123

Anything123
#PsA55K5U 2017/08/22 02:59

I have a good reputation because I created joint sball

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/22 00:11

@Dracobot
They also vote because of the reputation, like they let's say think 9132, skyk, tauss#2, and toucans, and icebot, they mainly vote for us because we BUILT a good reputation.

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/22 00:07

@Dracobot
It isn't scammish because at the end, it's the work that matters, not the text. P.S. I never JUST said that without putting some quality work into it.

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/21 11:07

For many people, peer pressure is a serious problem. Peer pressure clearly doesn't affect you very much (and I can tell; you're the only person here with any conservative beliefs whatsoever). It's not impossible, but it's still hard for more people than you might think.
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Honest question to no one in particular: is Adam Conover a valid source?
@9132
Be careful. Asking for even one vote can be considered scammish here. And yes, I may seem hypocritical here, but I've learned not to do that anymore. Though it is understandable if you do it to get your works to as much people as possible.
Besides, there are several people who vote because they can. It's practically impossible to upload something without getting at least five votes or so.

Vidkunssonn
#6gkHelVa 2017/08/21 09:46

@amazingdude
No, because it costs money, and prisons don't see the prospect of having to pay more money to get a convict out of incarceration faster.

ZororarkMan
#W0evNddu 2017/08/21 07:59

Wait... yes I did.

ZororarkMan
#W0evNddu 2017/08/21 07:58

Usually, I just drop bombs on a horizontal line of metal and then I get bored and don't upload anything. I don't even know if I made anything this year.

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/21 07:47

lolololol

amazingdude
#padtckOV 2017/08/21 06:40

@Vidkunssonn
Because rehab doesnt work.

tauss#4
#bS1191YD 2017/08/21 04:48

@Toucans
By the way Dan-ball found out I was making spam bots and stopped me. :(

tauss#4
#bS1191YD 2017/08/21 04:43

@Toucans
I forgot my account password, but I was always logged in so there was no need to remember it however, when some thug stole my old windows 7 (and a lot of other stuff) I had to log back on to Dan-ball on my other computer but I didn't remember my password so I made another account. Luckily I don't make a lot of projects any more so it didn't affect me that dramatically. : P

Toucans
#DEBIj4XU 2017/08/21 01:17

Wait, what happened to your account?

Toucans
#DEBIj4XU 2017/08/21 01:17

XD Spam army XD XD XD XD XD

Vidkunssonn
#6gkHelVa 2017/08/20 22:17

@amazingdude
No, not most cases, closer to 10% of cases. It would SEEM like there would be more cases where the person is beyond repair because very few prisoners agree to go through rehab and very few prisons have a rehab program.
@hotdogeater1000
SCP uploads? I love SCPs!

tauss#4
#bS1191YD 2017/08/20 10:56

By the way i'm still a bit made about losing my computer so I'm making an army of spam bots. :)

tauss#2
#bS1191YD 2017/08/20 10:34

@9132: Thanks!
@Toucans: Same here, people typically like explosions of cute stuff however.

Toucans
#DEBIj4XU 2017/08/20 03:46

I haven't been uploading much because I can't think of anything to make.

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/20 02:05

@hotdogeater1000
I wouldn't say that just yet. NO ONE can predict the future.
@tauss#2
Keep up the good works, as always.

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/20 02:02

@skyk
It's ok. I kinda copied your clone block too.
A great way for votes is saying "At least one vote and i will be happy!" Works to. Thats how i got 180+ votes on my Super Block. :)

hotdogeater1000
#LiLWHMJE 2017/08/19 23:32

Well, looks like the debate just mainly passed to a new topic and its not raging anymore so the comments are somewhat safe now

skyk
#vSbAiI0H 2017/08/19 10:59

Sorry 9132, I can see the resemblance for sure, but I didn't mean to copy your upload. I started out trying to make something totally different that didn't work (the salt would turn into saltwater and maker the vine expand). Then I just messed around until I got something that looked cool. That said, your alternator is really more impressive for having the whole thing rotate and move.
HDE1000: I believe HTHDisney101 begun the SCP uploads.

hotdogeater1000
#LiLWHMJE 2017/08/19 07:07

Where did all these SCP posts come from?

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/19 01:34

skyk and icebot copied my Altenater

anything123
#NbuY2s4g 2017/08/19 01:02

could you believe that skyk ,9132, and icebot game looks the same

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/19 00:48

Do you still have the old password? I can help

tauss#3
#bS1191YD 2017/08/19 00:19

@tauss#2
tauss=tauss#2=tauss#3
(:

tauss#2
#bS1191YD 2017/08/19 00:12

@9132
This is tauss's bogus account ever since some thug stole my windows 7, therefore tauss#2=tauss and tauss had higher experience than you giving me (tauss#2) the power to say, "YES, thats a gooooood idea!"

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/18 23:46

Do you think I should make a special work for the Total Solar Eclipse on Monday? Tell me if that's a good idea or not.

amazingdude
#padtckOV 2017/08/18 10:26

and since everything I say seems to be untrue, Dracobot is not Esigma.

amazingdude
#padtckOV 2017/08/18 07:42

@Hotdogeater
I believe the punishment should be as bad as the crime, maybe a bit worse.
@Vidkunssonn
It may work in some cases, but in most cases the person is beyond repair. A bad childhood can fu,ck you for life.
@Dracoo
Peer pressure is weaker than commonly thought. I've been offered heroin and to go on robberies in high school and I easily turned that down without question, because I knew doing those things would be bad. Its not impossible.

Σsigma
#dGUQeyap 2017/08/18 07:27

Or I could just do this.
And if you STILL don't believe me, you can go to one of my uploads, copy my name, paste it into the text box here, and use Find to prove that it is character-for-character my username.

hotdogeater1000
#LiLWHMJE 2017/08/18 03:50

Its been three days since AD replied to anything and he didn't give a warning that he wouldn't be able to reply

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/18 00:30

@Dracobot
Well I still don't believe your Σsigma, UNLESS you put my name in a work today. Because it is hard to believe otherwise.

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/18 00:05

@9132
...WELL.
They're still better than the majority of them.
123_321's are pretty decent (the TTT impressed me), but most lack originality.
@amazingdude
Peer pressure is a powerful force.
But surely there will be some kind of monitoring, right?

Torture King
#TI3DWoRg 2017/08/17 16:24

*cucumbers

Torture King
#TI3DWoRg 2017/08/17 16:23

So apparently cucumbes are berries and raspberries are not. Is nothing sacred anymore?

спец
#uWla015M 2017/08/17 02:44

вот http://dan-ball.jp/en/javagame/dust2/58101.html

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/17 02:29

@Dracobot
I know sigma but those work stink compared to 123_321's

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/17 02:27

@skyk
Whats happening to your works, bro? There steadily declining :(

Vidkunssonn
#6gkHelVa 2017/08/16 07:48

@amazingdude
Repeated offenses is not exactly common among criminals who went through rehabilitation. If the rehabilitation doesn't work the first few times, that's usually when they give up trying to make them better.

tauss
#bS1191YD 2017/08/16 00:57

yep

tauss#2
#bS1191YD 2017/08/16 00:55

I'm mad so I've made a bunch of spam bots

hotdogeater1000
#LiLWHMJE 2017/08/15 19:46

Still, alot of the punishments will probably be crueler than the crime itself was

amazingdude
#padtckOV 2017/08/15 14:55

@Vidkunssonn
If we teach them the good way, who's to say they wont go back to a life of crime? Then itll be a waste of time and we'd have a criminal out on the streets. Best to just lock them up so it doesnt happen.
@Draco
Kids are stupid, you are absolutely right. Besides, the future thugs are likely bullies in school and getting in trouble all the time. Why would anyone want to hang out with someone who gets in trouble all the time?
The 8th only applies when the government applies the punishment, not the citizens.

Dark Doctor
#UssduMir 2017/08/15 12:37

@Dracobot I'm late to say this but you're welcome!

Vidkunssonn
#6gkHelVa 2017/08/15 08:55

Boobs.

tauss
#bS1191YD 2017/08/15 08:19

@Dracobot/Σsigma
You're Σsigma!? *faint*

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/15 07:42

Ooh, free advertising? I'm in.
I won't get any votes out of it, but there's always hope that some will see my stuff and realize what good uploads actually are.
@9132
All of my uploads are under the username "Σsigma" (without quotes), so that would be the name to credit me as.

tauss
#3TR3LXmq 2017/08/15 05:06

I'm so mad, someone stole my windows 7. Now I've lost everything! RAGE!!!

9132
#Nl3t12Mz 2017/08/15 02:10

Thanks for the 1000th vote! Respond to this message and i will credit you in my work celabration!

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/15 01:03

Try telling that to children who don't have the sense of danger as adults. Sure you can tell any adult not to do something and why you shouldn't do it and they would probably listen because they automatically understand the connection between the two. On the other hand, we have to hold on to our children so that they don't run into an active street, and telling them not to do that probably wouldn't be nearly enough because children aren't aware of danger all the time unlike adults. Even teenagers disobey parents (sometimes for the sake of disobeying) unless they absolutely fear their parents/guardians or are one of those few that develop maturity early on.
>Victim's choice in punishment
Hmm, are we at least going to let them settle down first? I foresee the Eighth Amendment's invocation being quite common.

Vidkunssonn
#6gkHelVa 2017/08/14 10:48

I used to think that way too, but punishment is not always the best way to get through to someone. The idea of criminal rehabilitation is to teach criminals the better way that they never learned in their early life. The only time that doesn't seem to work is when the criminal enjoys their life of crime rather than that being the only thing they knew, which is the threshold at which I will call someone "unfixable".

amazingdude
#padtckOV 2017/08/14 10:24

@Draco
How is interacting with thugs unavoidable? Just dont interact with them. Dont hang out with bad people. How is it more complicated? Go to school, stay away from the bad kids, come back home, stay home, repeat for 18 years. Nobody is forcing you to hang out and be like the bad kids. It doesnt get more simpler than "just dont hang out with the bad kids". You dont have to go hang out with the bad kids while they go rob people or sell drugs. If someone has good parents then they are less likely to be converted in a bad neighborhood.
Then incarcerate the young criminals so they cant keep fu,cking up the neighborhood. What we need to do is get rich people to move into these bad neighborhoods and bring money into the economy, which will reduce crime. Poverty is a major cause of crime.
Well, you might feel differently, but I would want them to suffer for their crime. Perhaps let the victims decide the punishment.
@Vidkunssonn
Either way, they commit crime, they deserve to be punished. Throw them into prison so they wont spread their crime ridden ways to their children. You really think that teaching somebody whos been doing crime all their life the right way is going to change them? They're unfixable.
@TK
Good idea. Throw the mentally ill into asylums and thugs into prisons.

Torture King
#TI3DWoRg 2017/08/14 09:23

Technically, a mental illness wouldn't be their fault either. Unless they got it from jumping off a bridge or whatever. That's why we have insane "asylums" instead of insane prisons, it's a place to protect sick people from themselves.

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/14 07:01

Thanks to Lightning Lord/Dark Doctor and Zeodexic for helping me test it.

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/14 07:00

By the way, that long string of consecutive comments earlier was a hypothesis I was testing. I was able to comment five times in ten minutes.

plexia
#NMen7OmZ 2017/08/14 06:13

this game is fun

plexia
#NMen7OmZ 2017/08/14 06:11

i love this game

boss clarissa
#WXjDSEpH 2017/08/14 05:51

co co

Vidkunssonn
#6gkHelVa 2017/08/14 03:27

@amazingdude
No, that is not what I'm saying at all. I'm about to hit you with the ultimately insulting "never mind" because you can't seem to correctly comprehend anything I say. As a logician, I cannot tolerate your deliberate misconceptions of my words. That's not how you win arguments; that's how you get your ass beat.
At no point did I ever say "mental illness". It is not a mental illness to be raised in a way that society looks down upon. They're not insane for committing crimes, it's all they know because they were never taught how to live better. They only know how to survive utilizing crime because nobody ever taught them important life skills that could have led them to a successful, bountiful life. It's sickening for you to say that they have mental illnesses because they simply don't know a better way, because it's not their fault.

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/13 06:56

One person almost never serves as good representation of a large chunk of the population. For all we know, you might have gotten extremely lucky and that 99% of residents in your neighborhood become criminals in their lifetime. And you might say that you don't personally know anyone who has committed a crime, but you still can't say anything about bad neighborhoods anywhere else.
Some people may not have a choice of interacting with thugs. If they grew up there, then they probably spent around two decades of their lives there. It's almost impossible not to have extended exposure to thuggery over a period of time that large, especially in the worse places. There's a reason why bad neighborhoods have thugs and why the number of them doesn't die down over time. It's most likely because that number is being replenished every generation.
And again, I would be happy that the criminal is getting help instead of being simply set aside like they have no worth (you will likely disagree), as I honestly believe everyone should feel about the situation, but one opinion doesn't matter that much most of the time. But anyway, they wouldn't be set free *until* they are fixed, and if that doesn't happen in a reasonable amount of time, then some form of jail time may be considered.

amazingdude
#padtckOV 2017/08/13 03:51

@Dracobot
I grew up in a bad beanerhood. I didnt turn into a crime ridden wreck, did I? No. Bad neighborhoods do not contribute to crime. Just dont hang out with thugs. Putting criminals in therapy would not help victims, who will be mad that their criminal is going to be back out, regardless of if he is fixed or not.
I'm against the switch to metric system.
@Vidkunssonn
So what your saying is that criminals ARE mentally ill to kill people out of revenge? About the lack of a father thing, lock them up so they cant reproduce and walk away on their kid, so their kid doesnt become a fu,ckup. And make sure the children dont hang out with thugs to pick up that behavior. Its very simple. Dont hang out around thugs.

Torture King
#TI3DWoRg 2017/08/13 00:11

Well he has in the past, but just not from any suggestions here. You'd have to comment on his blog.

Vidkunssonn
#6gkHelVa 2017/08/12 23:59

Ha55ii doesn't accept user suggestions.

someone
#N0QGMSgW 2017/08/12 12:20

this game is great, but there NEEDS to be a flag button for "vote 4 secret message" or "vote for kewl explosion". Honestly, some of THE MOST VOTED projects are bait for votes! Pls fix this in some way!

skyk
#vSbAiI0H 2017/08/12 11:54

Hey any of you guys like that band Yes?

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/12 11:48

I just watched a television commercial that said "it's as American as ditching the metric system". (~._.)
@tauss
Mine would be, too, if I wasn't forced to update to Windows 10.
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Ahh, the debate lives on.
You're welcome. :D

Vidkunssonn
#6gkHelVa 2017/08/12 09:02

@amazingdude
There is SOOOOOOOOOO much more psychology behind why criminals commit crimes than "their parents didn't raise them right". Most murders, for example, are done out of revenge or jealousy, not a bad childhood home. Being a criminal is not something you're born as or raised as. The parent being the reason for a crime committed (omitting crimes being done against one's parent(s)) is not extremely common, and even then, it's usually because a parent was absent, not because the parent was a criminal and the child is following their example. The lack of a male authority figure (or just a bad one) is͏ ͏e͏xtremely detrimental to a child's life. Crimes committed by these people tend to be done because they seek approval from someone they've appointed as their dominate male authority figure, often someone who's lived their life in crime. It's a cycle: the male in question ALSO likely grew up without a proper male authority figure and looked up to someone who lived THEIR life in crime. This accounts for about 75% of convicted criminals; the rest are mostly crimes done out of revenge, jealousy, greed, etc.
TL;DR "I suffered bad parenting" is a rare excuse for a convict.

tauss
#5pWYfzbu 2017/08/12 07:49

How am I still in fourth place? I have only made two projects this entire month!

tauss
#5pWYfzbu 2017/08/12 07:35


Ironically my windows 7 is going to have its 7th birthday next year. (:

hotdogeater1000
#LiLWHMJE 2017/08/12 04:30

dear god do you even know how storms work? Hurricanes REQUIRE heat to exist.

Dracobot
#iWOBESYY 2017/08/11 23:27

@amazingdude
Is that really the main reason? What if the parents were never caught to begin with? What if it wasn't actually the parents' fault and the child grew up in a bad neighborhood or their friends encouraged them to commit crimes?
@TK
Eye-for-an-eye was a bit extreme, but I agree with its idea. At least they were attempting to make the criminals understand why what they did was bad. The closure problem would be solved once everyone got used to the system, or at least started seeing it the way I do.

amazingdude
#padtckOV 2017/08/11 14:28

@Hotdogeater
1C is the high estimate. Ice is melting at similar rates as during the medieval warm period. Melting ice an rising sea levels are not a concern. All that "storm energy" stuff is pure bullsh,it made up to scare us into supporting their green conspiracy.
@Draco
Ones with troubled childhoods are because their parents committed crimes but werent locked up long enough, so they had a kid and fu,cked it up. What we need to do is lock them up for longer so they cant reproduce and spread crime to their children. Crime will drop because there will be less criminals being born, and we should get all the mentally unstable ones eventually since that is genetic.
If someones unfixable, best to execute them so we dont have to waste money on a lost soul.
@Vidkunssonn
Honestly that would make everyone too scared to make small mistakes and we'd all be nervous wrecks. I'd be down for death instead of 5year+ prison however.

Torture King
#TI3DWoRg 2017/08/11 14:11

I don't actually have a horse in the death penalty thing, but I feel like I should point out that the concept of punishment has always been more for the benefit of the victim/state as a way to provide a sense of fairness or closure than it was about actually preventing a particular crime. That's why most classic punishments mimic the crime- fining thieves, jailing slavers/kidnappers, executing murderers, eye-for-an-eye, etc.

PokemonTalon
#MfemCi86 2017/08/11 12:02

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