Would futuristic military constitute as space? In other words, ground stuff which ties in with space - for example, the ground army of a faction which also has a space navy. e.g., Keith Goldman's infamous Iron Reich. Permalink
It's a reference to a meme; it consists of a large, red lipped face with a large laser coming out. It is often associated with the words 'IMA FIRING MAH LAZOR! SHOOP DA WOOP!' hence the name. Someone more well acquainted with /B/ can probably tell you more. Permalink
Now you know to dodge Youtube; you could well have been Rickrolled. As far as memes go, the shoopface is fairly tame, as long as you don't listen to the sound in videos involving it. Actually, not listening to Youtube sound at all is a good idea. Permalink
I meant a lock because the thread has done it's job.
What? You don't consider the above drama? You heard him! His mind has been eternally scarred!
He's probably just fishing for sypathy, but what if some poor kid finds this stuff? At least if we lock it his mother won't be able to call us nasty names.
If a used thread is not locked, it tends to be restarted and brought from the dead by someone who can't notice datestamps.
Not so; an invisible mod tends to become disconnected from the zeitgeist of a forum and often has no idea of the personalities of the inhabitants: thus, they cannot figure out what is harmless fun and what is true trolling. Permalink
Quoting Topsy Cret
Yeah... How did a conversation wondering if futuristic ground vehicles counted as space turn in to a theory about the best type of mod? Even I couldn't do something like that.
Magic. And I helped.
Here is a list of the topics this thread has gone through: future army stuff, 1337-speek, shoop-da-woop, lock please, ideal mod not lock threads, ideal mod be invisible, invisible mod knows nothing, only trying to bring humour. Permalink
Quoting Areetsa C
It's a reference to a meme; it consists of a large, red lipped face with a large laser coming out. It is often associated with the words 'IMA FIRING MAH LAZOR! SHOOP DA WOOP!' hence the name. Someone more well acquainted with /B/ can probably tell you more.