Diablo® III

My triumphant return!

Yum indeed, I need to get out and shop for beer, all that is left here is Nordeast and a few bombers that are being saved. Maybe time to fill a couple growlers...
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06/10/2013 12:53 PMPosted by Fitz
Welcome back. While you were gone I trademarked your name. Please change it or pay the royalties.

Curses!


Tarzan was drinking too much Surly Furious again, should have been Piffle's excuse too!


This is true. I was drinking Furious this weekend as well as Founder's Devil Dancer and i had a Jolly Pumpkin beer too that was pretty dang good. Oh, I had a Bitter Brewer too. Yum.

I drank way too much this weekend. And by weekend, I mean yesterday. I am miserable today.
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Wherever there are laws, there would always be people in this world to break them. The need to enforce laws and punish lawbreakers is an inevitable part of life. People go against the law due to many reasons. What is of high importance is determining the right way to handle these people so that they could be reintroduced to society as responsible and useful citizens.

There are people who think that lawbreakers should serve lengthy jail terms as punishments for their offenses. This idea could be partly right, because one of the main reasons for administering punishment is that it would discourage other people from committing the same offense. But although the jail term that the law offenders go through might be a warning to other people, it may not necessarily be helpful in reforming the offenders and turning them into better people. The jail term would just prevent them from being out in the open and committing another offense. It may not serve any other higher purpose.

In order to truly reform the offenders, they need to be reeducated and rehabilitated. There are a number of community service programs that they can be involved in, which can help them develop a sense of responsibility and self-worth. Instead of seeing themselves as law offenders, they would begin to see themselves as useful people contributing their time and efforts towards the welfare of the community. This change in their perception about themselves and what they can do will totally transform them from the inside.

baggins with a evil grin™
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WTF, baggins?!
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06/10/2013 03:36 PMPosted by Nameless
WTF, baggins?!
I don't know I just woke up and copy/pasted that from some article i honestly only read the first paragraph don't take offense anyone i was only trolling

baggins with a evil grin™
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Don't get banned 3 times! Apparently then it's permanent? Well that's what violentine told me in game as he's perma banned.
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Welcome back Piffle, "core" monks should never leave their flock for too long, we get nervous.
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06/10/2013 04:42 PMPosted by Cayzer
Don't get banned 3 times! Apparently then it's permanent? Well that's what violentine told me in game as he's perma banned.

I think I heard the same thing from LR/CF.
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