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The servers were attacked by a hacker group known as "Lizard Squad". They didn't steal information, only wanted to cause a commotion. Needless to say, they succeeded. They pulled a similar stunt with Sony's network a couple months back and the problem should be resolved by tomorrow. Hang in there gentlemen, it will be fixed.
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whatever man, if you want to be a controversial piece of shit go right ahead.
all we were trying to do was help others, but if you have a problem with being a good person that's your own issue.
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devoid of both humor and philosophy. if you fellows lack wit you can easily compensate by writing out some topics and material beforehand. better mics is also a must if you want to continue to pursue this podcast venture. the problem is there is already a plethora of quality podcasts in the same vein as the one you and your chaps seem to be striving for, you a least need to be on par with them to make any sort of headway in the medium. i don't want to come off as overly critical, but I'd strongly recommend some fine tuning and maybe even bringing in a "ringer" to stimulate conversations and banter before you commit fully to the idea. best of luck!
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"actually, there is a lot of buzz around me, but it's TINNITUS" FAWK yeah. homerun kindlah.
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LOL!!!!!
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"in an ideal world i wouldn't be doing this video because it shouldn't matter." well said Tom, good luck on all of your future endeavors.
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anyone know what happened to MJ? haven't heard about that guy in ages.
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This land mammal has no idea how to argue a point properly. It's never a good sign when you have to use "I have the right to call you a dick" as the opening and closing to your argument. "Why does my vagina have to be your crutch?" All pathos and buzz words no substance or logic. I don't know who's more irritating, Shamu and her flawed arguments or the dumb floozies in the background yelling "WOOOO" every time she says something.
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a prime example of why western civilization is in a steep decline. how can we expect the women to raise our future generations when many seem to be captivated by this dribble? thirsty hens, maybe if you read some real literature such as shakespeare, dickens, or thoreau you would get more respect from men in the workplace. 50 shades never should have been published in the first place let alone made into a public spectacle, simply reinforces the notions ingrained in us since antiquity regarding female weakness and inferiority. shameful in my humble opinion, if this same type of novel/film (public up-apologetic pornography) targeted men and reached the same height of popularity the women would be just as disgusted, and justifiably so.
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perhaps nixon was on to something with several of his early propositions. since homosexuals have started gaining more liberties and acceptance among the populace in the US, the country has declined economically, culturally, and spiritually. i doubt the homos are solely responsible for the erosion of american society, but there indeed may be some type of correlation between the rising prevalence of homosexuality and the degradation of what were once thriving civilizations. 
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hm, so we should be content with the fact that life entails suffering, and that suffering is a necessary component to our existence? should we not work to improve upon our conditions opposed to allowing them to persist, with faith in God as a consolatory to these pervasive problems? i thought Jesus preached the uplifting of the downtrodden and impoverished not the acceptance of their position. this explanation seems counter-intutive to Christian doctrine. the Buddhist interpretation of suffering seems superior to this supposition. 
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+Christopher Stefanick I could tell from the video you were speaking more towards the relationship of the suffering and the individual, I wasn't sure if you were extending the argument to encompass the totality of suffering, hence my previous comment. Also, your definition of the Buddhist interpretation is inaccurate and misleading, although I admire that the comment was made out of deference for those who may believe in its principles. Buddhists believe that all life is suffering, (as you elaborated on in both in your comment and the video) but that this suffering can be transcended by the vigilant individual. A solution is superior to a coping strategy for suffering from my perspective. And for an individual to rely solely on an outside force to absolve them of their suffering opposed to addressing the problem itself directly seems counter productive and fatalistic, should we not work to improve upon our conditions through practical means opposed to praying that they will be resolved? 
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this new comment system appears to be anti-troll, well done youtube.
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ha!!!!!!
 
Don' forget your #towel today!

http://www.towelday.org/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Towel_Day

#towelday2012 #towelday #thehitchhikersguidetothegalaxy #douglasadams

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  • Intelemark
    1989 - present
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Chode, Tiny
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ladies
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"The unexamined life is not worth living"

~Socrates
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being humble, alluding to paradoxes
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  • Mondragon University
    communications, 1979 - 1983