Kratos vs Dante

#231Hiryuu_TsurugiPosted 2/11/2013 1:06:50 AM
MrStarkiller posted...
>tend to have 'the implied'
I don't know about all that. You make me out to be some contrived, contrarian, controversial figure. I take offense to this unsubstantiated claim, sir. Back it up, why don't you?

>tend to stand up for my beliefs
How villainous. Vile, even. What an ass I've been to defend my honest beliefs.

>confident
Truly damning.

>arrogant
Hardly undeserved. Of what consequence is this? That some might be 'rubbed the wrong way'? Thin skinned chaps aren't to be minded. You can hardly take a step without coming upon a nerve underfoot, you see. Would you have me not make a move at all? That's hardly constructive, productive, etc.

>English
You have an issue with them to share? Is it about the colonies? It's about the colonies, isn't it?

>gentlemanly
How terrible of me to exude an air of class, wouldn't you say? Unforgivable.

>cool beans
The coolest, even?

>leads to
"It can't be helped." - My Chinese Cartoons

>more than one may want
Yeah, maybe. I'm clearly not the "one" you speak of.

>enjoy
No crime in this.

>watch them give up
Doesn't really tend to take long. No stamina among the weak. Gas out before long. Often going down in flames (if not explosively). Emotional creatures, the unstable youth, you see. In time, they shall learn their lessons. I help with that too. You see, I'm a real giver. It is my nature to teach. To render aid by imparting knowledge and such.

>won't be swayed
You act as if I'm so terribly unreasonable. I'm hurt. That's plain unfair.

>made them change
Convinced, rather. Showed the errors of their ways. Some just aren't ready to move beyond denial.

>their opinion
Chances are, if such a thing comes up, it is in need of correcting.


Are you agreeing with me, defending yourself, explaining yourself, or all of the above? Anywho...

Responding! On the controversial point, don't act like you don't know. The amount of arguments/debates you get into regarding your opinion being in such staunch opposition to others is obvious point enough. I'm not saying your wrong for having a different opinion. Just that it does cause controversy when you choose to present it.

Skipping on to arrogant, you can present a point with strong belief without putting down others opinion in the name of "schooling" them. You just choose not to. Rubbing a few nerves as you pass is one thing. Intentionally pinching them as you make your point is something else entirely.

As for watching them give up/"helping people learn", I'm sure you believe this to be the case. Good on ya for sticking to that.

And finally, in the case of correcting other's opinions, you may feel the need to do so, but you don't seem to be spending time correcting the wrong opinions, so much as pushing forward your own opinions as common sense... When they aren't. They're just opinions. But you are welcome to have, debate and defend them as you like.
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#232MrStarkillerPosted 2/11/2013 1:19:50 AM
>are you
I'm just doing what I do best. God's work.

>don't act
Who's acting?

>amount of arguments/debates
I'm an active member of the community who enjoys socializing, verbal bouts, intellectual sparring, etc. No harm in it. A healthy way to take part in exchanges with fellow users interested in a given area of discussion. Keeps the mind sharp, didn't you know it? And surely you don't mean to imply something worth noting in the quantity of 'frays'. Not like it is unusually high in my case.

>staunch opposition to others
How do you explain SBK? What of gent, Franchise, Hotel, solid, Zehan, etc.?

>is obvious point
What?

>your wrong
I own it?

>causes controversy
To defend what is right?

>when I do it
How's that, precisely?

>can
Why bother with false humility? I find such a display disconcerting.

>putting down
What's all this now?

>schooling
I don't recall using that term. Was that quote a verbatim citation from somewhere?

>choose not to
Not to what? I clearly choose to do them a great service in offering them aid freely. No strings attached.

>is one thing
The only thing in question here, yes?

>intentionally
Choose your words carefully, friend. It seems you're going down the route of implying something you shouldn't be.

>something else entirely
And what would that be, in your own words?

>sure I believe it is so
My intent shouldn't be in doubt. I'm an honest fellow.

>may feel the need
Duty, rather.

>pushing own opinions
It can't be helped that there is overlap.

>common sense
I don't know about all that. I don't care for the term, you see.

>just opinions
Canon facts in the case of Vegeta always beating Goku.

>welcome to
How good of you to say.
#233Hiryuu_TsurugiPosted 2/11/2013 1:32:21 AM
MrStarkiller posted...
>are you
I'm just doing what I do best. God's work.

>don't act
Who's acting?

>amount of arguments/debates
I'm an active member of the community who enjoys socializing, verbal bouts, intellectual sparring, etc. No harm in it. A healthy way to take part in exchanges with fellow users interested in a given area of discussion. Keeps the mind sharp, didn't you know it? And surely you don't mean to imply something worth noting in the quantity of 'frays'. Not like it is unusually high in my case.

>staunch opposition to others
How do you explain SBK? What of gent, Franchise, Hotel, solid, Zehan, etc.?

>is obvious point
What?

>your wrong
I own it?

>causes controversy
To defend what is right?

>when I do it
How's that, precisely?

>can
Why bother with false humility? I find such a display disconcerting.

>putting down
What's all this now?

>schooling
I don't recall using that term. Was that quote a verbatim citation from somewhere?

>choose not to
Not to what? I clearly choose to do them a great service in offering them aid freely. No strings attached.

>is one thing
The only thing in question here, yes?

>intentionally
Choose your words carefully, friend. It seems you're going down the route of implying something you shouldn't be.

>something else entirely
And what would that be, in your own words?

>sure I believe it is so
My intent shouldn't be in doubt. I'm an honest fellow.

>may feel the need
Duty, rather.

>pushing own opinions
It can't be helped that there is overlap.

>common sense
I don't know about all that. I don't care for the term, you see.

>just opinions
Canon facts in the case of Vegeta always beating Goku.

>welcome to
How good of you to say.


I chuckled.

Don't be funny.

If you say so.

I'm sure there are bound to be people who agree with you. However, these are not the common populace's opinions. At least, from my experience. On another note, you only named

Who?

Yessir.

In your opinion.

C'mon, son.

Perhaps you should work on gaining some true humility. It's a good quality.

C'mon, brah.

More a catch all phrase referring to your want to teach/be patient/help others learn.

C'mon, dude.

If you choose to question it, I suppose.

And that would be?

Unnecessary, and a bit callous.

Surely.

You aren't obligated, by any means.

Okay, then.

Which you are bringing up... why?

I thought so.
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#234MrStarkillerPosted 2/11/2013 1:43:09 AM
>don't be funny
You saying you've got a problem with "funny" people? Funny how?

>if I say so
There's a fine stance.

>not the commoners
Gentlemen and scholars looking out for the folks.

>only named
>blank space
What?

>own it
News to me. I'm due some royalties then.

>true humility
>good quality
"Foolishness, Dante. Foolishness." - Vergil

>want to teach
"I never asked for this." - A poor sequel to a dead franchise

>help others
Real humanitarian, aren't I?

>aren't obligated
Quite the negative outlook, you have.

>bring up why
Truth bares repeating.

>thought so
Didn't have to think too hard, I trust. Now then, why don't you lay a big, sloppy kiss on me?
#235Hiryuu_TsurugiPosted 2/11/2013 1:50:45 AM
MrStarkiller posted...
>don't be funny
You saying you've got a problem with "funny" people? Funny how?

>if I say so
There's a fine stance.

>not the commoners
Gentlemen and scholars looking out for the folks.

>only named
>blank space
What?

>own it
News to me. I'm due some royalties then.

>true humility
>good quality
"Foolishness, Dante. Foolishness." - Vergil

>want to teach
"I never asked for this." - A poor sequel to a dead franchise

>help others
Real humanitarian, aren't I?

>aren't obligated
Quite the negative outlook, you have.

>bring up why
Truth bares repeating.

>thought so
Didn't have to think too hard, I trust. Now then, why don't you lay a big, sloppy kiss on me?


The funny kind.

Nicely twisted.

Self proclaimed. And still the minority.

Had a point I intended to finish. Completely forgot about it. My bad.

Should have claimed it earlier.

One of my favorite lines from DMC3!

And?

In your opinion, I suppose.

How so?

But it had little bearing on my point.

Why the comment about the work amount of my thought process? And I'd rather not, if it's all the same to you.
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#236MrStarkillerPosted 2/11/2013 2:01:10 AM
>the funny kind
You have a problem with 'happy' people?

>twisted
I'd never do as you imply.

>self-proclaimed
Would it make it any less so? Not really.

>still the minority
The majority tends to be wrong the majority of the time. Not much of a revelation to you, I trust. Certain among us are meant to guide these fellows to the right path. Shepherds of men.

>forgot about it
And never came back, I see.

>claimed earlier
What need is there for that?

>favorite
You and about everyone else.

>opinion
I improve the quality of youth that make up the new generation of adults, yes? Humanitarian qualifier.

>how so
You perceive what isn't there in terms of 'attacks' upon others in my words (and likely that of others).

>but
It bared repeating. No more reason is needed than this.

>rather not
You great big, tsundere, you. You trying to get teacher all bothered and hot?
#237Hiryuu_TsurugiPosted 2/11/2013 2:10:21 AM
MrStarkiller posted...
>the funny kind
You have a problem with 'happy' people?

>twisted
I'd never do as you imply.

>self-proclaimed
Would it make it any less so? Not really.

>still the minority
The majority tends to be wrong the majority of the time. Not much of a revelation to you, I trust. Certain among us are meant to guide these fellows to the right path. Shepherds of men.

>forgot about it
And never came back, I see.

>claimed earlier
What need is there for that?

>favorite
You and about everyone else.

>opinion
I improve the quality of youth that make up the new generation of adults, yes? Humanitarian qualifier.

>how so
You perceive what isn't there in terms of 'attacks' upon others in my words (and likely that of others).

>but
It bared repeating. No more reason is needed than this.

>rather not
You great big, tsundere, you. You trying to get teacher all bothered and hot?


Sometimes. Depends on the day, really.

Surely.

It requires more proof.

That's a fairly common, and quite arguable conception. As for the shepards of men? If you are to be the shepard, you should be working harder.

Yep.

For the royalties!

Yep.

I don't quite think you're doing what you think you're doing, but the intent is admirable.

I'm pretty sure the "How so?" was in response to you saying my outlook was negative, which was a response to me saying you had no obligation, which was in turn a response to you saying it was your duty. I don't know where your most recent response fits into that train.

Nah, bro. It was left field and not even necessary.

Negative. I just don't fancy kissing you. Seems unpleasant.
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#238MrStarkillerPosted 2/11/2013 2:16:41 AM
>sometimes
Selective prejudice based on moodiness?

>requires more proof
Rather, if it is just so, being self-proclaimed makes no difference.

>should be working harder
As should we all: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEEEvGfVO9c

>don't quite think
But you should.

>admirable
How sweet of you to say. But save the pillow talk for later.

>pretty sure
Better to be certain, yes?

>don't know where
Think on it, won't you?

>left field
You have a prejudice you wish to explain?

>not necessary
Clearly, I disagree with your assessment, student of mine.

>just don't fancy
All tsun. No dere. We'll have to work on that too.
#239Hiryuu_TsurugiPosted 2/11/2013 2:26:06 AM
MrStarkiller posted...
>sometimes
Selective prejudice based on moodiness?

>requires more proof
Rather, if it is just so, being self-proclaimed makes no difference.

>should be working harder
As should we all: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEEEvGfVO9c

>don't quite think
But you should.

>admirable
How sweet of you to say. But save the pillow talk for later.

>pretty sure
Better to be certain, yes?

>don't know where
Think on it, won't you?

>left field
You have a prejudice you wish to explain?

>not necessary
Clearly, I disagree with your assessment, student of mine.

>just don't fancy
All tsun. No dere. We'll have to work on that too.


Sounds about right.

Nah, bro. You need proof for it to be so.

Clicked the link. Too lazy to watch.

Ooh. Taking words out of sentence context for use as a jab. Tsk. I am disappointed. You can do better.

Pillow talk? I think you took that out of context. No bueno.

Quite so. But you know I'm certain. You just have no answer.

Nah. Explain it.

Left field. Slang referring to coming from out of nowhere. Not commonly used, but enjoys use by yours truly.

Gon' have ta agree to disagree, then.

I dunno 'bout all of that.
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#240MrStarkillerPosted 2/11/2013 3:00:50 AM
>sounds
Somewhat less than masculine.

>need proof
The proof is in the pudding, don't you think? "Try" me.

>clicked the link
How sweet of you.

>out of context
You seem bitter about something.

>Spanish
Not the right board for it. GFAQs does have places for this though.

>know you're certain
You don't seem it. Prove it is so.

>nah
That is, as you've put it, quite "lazy". Come now.

>explain it
You looking for hand holding? 2lewd

>coming from out of nowhere
As do many great things. What of it, sport?

>agree to disagree
Don't you sass me, sailor.

>don't know
You pride yourself on not knowing things, student of mine? It is a cancerous sub-culture you buy into. I would not advise it.