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How to Hate People - Demo Thread
« on: January 03, 2019, 12:46:11 AM »
Hate is very important to society.

We all should hate each other a little more.

Inject some nasty into someone's day. Make them feel unwelcome.

If you have any trouble hating or hurting people, TRY HARDER. Find something petty to dislike or attack. Make up something if you need to.

Because we all could use a little more hate and rudeness in our lives.

Cuz life is too easy as it is. A little suffering and personal attacks never hurt anyone or made the world a worse place.

Just do it.

Cuz it's funnnn to feel better about yourself when you attack another human!

Congratulations to Cel for setting such a great example for all of us!

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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2019, 06:07:13 AM »
good vid. the tip about peons and farms is something even non-noobs can work on, myself included.
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2019, 09:12:54 PM »
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2019, 07:58:00 AM »
Tk's tutorials are still the best
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #4 on: January 04, 2019, 12:03:52 PM »
@maciek

I'm just getting warmed up.

I've already received some constructive advice regarding ordering (like adding green "do" to right after the "don't instead of at end), audio (omit extraneous noises), and content, which I appreciate very much.

If you have anything useful to add that I can apply to future videos, I am happy to hear it.

My vids are more tailored to Warcraft 2 in general rather than just GOW.
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #5 on: January 06, 2019, 09:45:33 PM »
Short reminder just in case you missed it:
forum.war2.RU <<< this is the site you are on right now...

Why is there not a forum.war2.usa yet?
You are on war2.ru here with all the people you hate and want to go away from so be consistent and GTFO already!
Make your own shit and leave us alone, quit talking here about your stupid project that no one cares or talk about here anymore.

Make and host your own forum, no one talks about you here, no one cares about you or talks about you for months here, so stop being total parasites if you want to make your own stuff make it and be consistent about it but quit posting here where you say people are not worth your time.

While you are at it make your own site web and own downloads hosting stop using this forum where all people you hate are hanging out we do not enjoy having you around either.

Especially when you maliciously try to advert your shit that no one talks or cares about.

In other words since this might not be clear enough gtfo we do not need your self centered self loved and egoistic power hungry asses here

I do not often curse but man you guys are one kind of craving for attention snowflakes. You guys are annoying as fuck why do we still have to get you around? Why cant you just leave and do your own thing without coming back every freaking month to tell us how happy you are to have your own shit? And how happy you are that you can rule as you like because obviously community driven was a too foreign concept for you.
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #6 on: January 06, 2019, 11:58:20 PM »
I found this interesting video on the Warcraft 2 forum posted by a guy named Cel:

CRITICAL THINKING - Fallacies: Ad Hominem [HD] - YouTube

Thought you might find it interesting! Cheers!  ^-^ :thumbsup:
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #7 on: January 07, 2019, 12:47:09 AM »
Yup exactly!
What I say is wrong with you always coming back here thinking all is about you where really it is a rant questioning a behavior based on facts.

Here are the facts:
1) you hate war2.ru and said its a toxic hopeless and racist community you always keep bringing it up
2) you made your own site/server and own server where you said it is all better it all goes very well (because you rule it basically)
3) you keep coming back here regularly

Do you see why it does not add up? Can you honestly not see why that is conflicting?
How can you explain that exactly truthfully and honestly?

See my arguments here are not personal they are directed to you and tupac behaviors only, I question your actions why cant you guys just draw your own path like you so said? Why come here if it all better elsewhere and you do not like us?

see Facts nothing else no dishonest comparison and exageration just plain contradicting facts from your actions

But you on the other hand keep comparing me supporting the community driven part of war2.ru to advocating racism.
This is exactly doing what that video describes so good job digging it up now you can watch it and see for yourself how dishonest you are being right now!
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #8 on: January 07, 2019, 01:01:43 AM »
You are misconstruing my position.

I'm not a hater of humanity. I care about people. W2 is just one place where people interact.

I have an issue with bad behavior. Once bad behavior stops, I can get along fine with the person in question.

I have a problem with:

1. Banning/muting people randomly without warning for breaking no written rule
2. People telling others they will hunt them down at their house and slit open their throat while they scream after slitting open "niggers" throats
3. People telling people to kill themselves
4. People telling people they will rape their mother/wife/child
5. People calling people's employer to tell lies about them in order to have them fired
6. People being rude nasty toxic douchebags GTFO WE HATE YOU
7. Banning new players from games and telling them they are worthless garbage

Once the person says, "Hey, I'm sorry, I won't do it again," and stops acting like that, we can get along just fine.

It's pretty simple. Which of these above points do you disagree with?
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #9 on: January 07, 2019, 01:14:08 AM »
I am misunderstanding your position?

how so?

1) did you or did you not say you have moved from war2.ru and gave up on it because it was not an enjoyable / friendly enough place?
2) did you or did you not make another server/forum/community where you can talk and enjoy war2 just like here but better according to you and that is comparrable in every way?
3) are you or are you not coming back here to post things about your server on a regular basis even though you basically said war2.ru was trash?
4) if I was to come to your forums on a regular basis and post without any insult or non accepted behavior adds about how better war2.ru is, and how more populated it is, how we all are happy here, and how better are the features we have, would it be accepted / tolerated?
Would you like it?

Can I start today?
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #10 on: January 07, 2019, 07:21:55 AM »
You answer my question, then I'll answer yours.
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #11 on: January 07, 2019, 07:40:38 AM »
War2usa is a failed project without the broder support of the war2ru community.
There are 0 people playing on war2usa at this very moment http://52.36.243.18/status.php
And it is dead thruout the week for the most part.
Babyshark and tupac I’m sure are aware of this fact which is why they continue coming back to forum.war2.ru to try and win support among the war2ru community.

Thou I will say Babysharks posts are probably more for her own entertainment than for any actual attempt to bring people to war2usa.
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #12 on: January 07, 2019, 09:32:48 AM »
Since multiple servers are promoted on these boards ru, backup ru, mousetopher, backup mousetopher, and surely the battle net us east is mentioned somewhere also, the issue is cleay not *simply* with there being another server for people to play at.

The issue that creates animosity from ru towards one in particular stems, I believe, from an ideological position that it is offensive to be told someone is doing something "wrong", even if it's true.

People who like to intentionally anger others with taunts and insults (esp. about their sexuality) assert it is their right to do so and that others should not be so sensitive. These same people are the ones who will lose their minds the fastest when it's done to them.

I once saw a user start purposefully provoking another after our game ended.

"You seem really sexually frustrated." The guy targeted was starting to get mad.

Wanting to shut down the negative nonsense, I started saying the same things back to the provoker to that he was saying to others and he flipped his lid, completely lost his mind and went into a full-on rage I'd estimate for over 30 minutes, maybe close to an hour, that is not at all the response of a healthy, stable person who has control over his own feelings and impulses.

So the reins of the whole show are in the hands of emotionally unstable people who have not developed in their level of emotional control much since they were toddlers who throw a screaming and stomping fit when they can't have the spoon they like because a sibling got it.

So what's going on here? What's up with people today?

"Tommy, eat your vegetables."

"I HATE YOU MOM! I HATE YOU!" *throws plate, screams, stomps, runs upstairs, slams door*

I honestly think this problem stems from a bigger societal problem.

These guys didn't have a loving mother encouraging healthy eating habits or a loving father setting a good example of how a decent, honest, hard-working, emotionally stable strong man looks and acts who loves his wife and his son. Because if they had had that example, they would have turned out in all likelihood as kind, decent, sensible, hard-working, respectable people.

This is the missing parent generation. The generation whose mothers either put them in an orphanage (daycare) or who slept with a poor quality partner who did not want commitment or responsibility and who left her to raise the child alone.

Children need love, stability, someone present making them feel secure, cared for, safe, warm, loved, heard, valued. If the small child's own mother has ditched him, whether by choice or force, he can't tell, he is alone in the world with strangers and must make his own way in a time when he is not yet prepared to cope with the world alone, but designed to form an attachment to his mother, who in a healthy situation where she is present, is his safety, anchor, comfort. When he has a question, and his inquisitive mind is full of so many, he always has someone close by to ask who will teach him. When he cries, she holds him in her arms. When he is scared, she takes his fear away with her presence and calming words of comfort. She bathes, dresses, feeds, nourishes him. He loves her. She loves him. When he misbehaves, she corrects him. She sets an example in her manner and behavior first and foremost, of patience, hard work, loyalty, kindness, self-control, joy, and love. Daddy comes home from work. He runs to him and they embrace each other.

He tells his father about a frog he saw at the park that day while daddy takes off his coat. They sit down for dinner together. They discuss the day. There's warmth, talking, laughing, love, and joy.

This is what's missing from an entire generation, because people abandoned virtue and morality, marriage and children, and embraced the lie of cheap, free, easy sex with no strings.

Feminism is partly to blame. The "liberated" woman who now has slept with 10, 20, 30 men and finds herself pregnant with no supporter is in a much worse position than the old fashioned woman who kept herself for her husband and valued herself, morality, marriage, family and has a husband to support her when she is pregnant with his baby.

The sons of feminism may be deprived of a father if she stays home with the child and is supported by her parents or the government, but may be deprived of both if she goes to work full time and he is left to be raised by no parent. The sons of feminism are getting the short end of the stick because of their mother's poor sexual choices. There is no way a woman can both nurse and raise her young child herself and work full time to provide food, shelter and clothing. It turns out women need men after all.

So what happens to the little boys who grew up alone?

When they are scared, no one is there. When they cry, no one holds them. When they have a question, they have no safe anchor to ask. They may be in a roomful of unrelated children with several frazzled adults chaperoning the entire mess, but none of them has time to hold any one child for 30 minutes in a room of so many. The institution may provide food and basic hygeinic care, but the adults are not the mothers. They do not, nor are they able to, love a huge herd of unrelated children as if each were their own child.

Aggression between the children is common. Children develop a "survival" mindset by necessity to cope with a world where they are unanchored, lost in the crowd, unloved...just...a job to someone who may be in a different job next week. The long term outcome of this boy's future and character development is not even on the employee's radar.

Maybe the mother is a drug addict or an abuser. Maybe she tells her young son he's worthless and unwanted. Maybe he gets smacked around for every mistake he makes. He grows up angry and resentful, distrustful of women, of men, of himself.

Maybe he was just alone. No one was there when there should have been.

The bottom line is people who grow up with loving present parents where the mother raises their young children herself and the father works to provide for the family in a stable home where the parents patiently discipline, set a good example, teach decent behavior, and so on, just don't turn out to be humanity-hating rage-a-holics who habitually verbally or even physically attack people for no reason.

When people act in ways that demonstrate "I'm broken. I'm lost. I'm hurting. I don't trust anyone. No one cares about me. I need to hurt you because I'm hurting," I feel pity.

But I'm at a loss in how to deal with an adult who is locked in this type of mindset from a miserable and lonely and possibly abusive childhood.

Kindness doesn't seem to have any effect because they don't trust it. They may have seen institutional kindness from kind employees or teachers in school, but the person was never there in the long run. Next year you have a different teacher.

What can you do to damaged souls and minds to help? I don't know.

But I know what the answer is not.

The answer is *not* to let a group of people damaged this way destroy each other, and reinforce the messages they had growing up.

"You're worthless."

"You suck."

"No one wants you."

"You're not good."

Discipline is love. Stopping one child from pummelling another is necessary to make each one feel safe.

Discipline is love. Children need rules and boundaries to feel safe.

I don't know for sure how damaged adult minds can be healed, but I believe discipline is one step. Establishing rules, boundaries, that will let the broken child inside feel safe and valued and protected.

"If I'm not allowed to aggress on Bill, Bill isn't allowed to aggress on me."

It's a start to providing a kind of place where conversation and connection and hope can even happen.

Feminists have created a generation of men who distrust and disrespect women because they did not have a loving mother-child relationship as young children when it was needed. A woman can only be a sex object to be used and discarded. The concept of loving, trusting, marrying one is so far fetched to a mind that didn't experience love or family as a child. Pornography is a weapon against men, to keep them locked away from love and family, and to endanger their most important relationship if they have one. Pornography is also a weapon against women, but that much is already common knowledge.

You can see how well feminism has improved the world.

I do not know if the damage to the minds of today's angry and broken young adults can ever be reversed or healed. I think it probably takes a miracle.


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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #13 on: January 07, 2019, 10:01:30 AM »
^^And why do you feel the need to try and change the mindset of the average war2 user? This is a game it’s not real life. Nothing that is said on war2 servers affects you in real life so why let it bother you?
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Re: Common Newbie Mistakes to Avoid - New Warcraft Tutorial Video
« Reply #14 on: January 07, 2019, 01:09:58 PM »
Well you never answered my first question and proceeded to ask your dishonest questions that have absolutely nothing to do with the point I was making:

See your point looks like this:
I am against genocides are you not against genocides do you wish people to die?
If you are against genocides why don't you come to my server since we agree on that? If you do not plainly support my server you are an antisemitic racist and a child abuser!
^ this is dishonest and flawed reasoning and you know it you can watch the video you dug out for more details.

Still I will answer your question since it seems I already have multiple time I always am against bad behavior and stupid attitudes but I am even more against bad ruling and power hungry driven projects or personal vendettas.

I answered your dishonest question now feel free to answer my questions  :thumbsup:
Though everyone knows and you too know why you do not want to answer my questions because they are exposing you and your dishonesty...