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What are some simple PC game gems out there? by legalizecrackk in gaming

[–]redditnatester 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Stick Fight. Combine the classic fighting genre with the gimmicky and glitchy nature of Goat Simulator. Flawless.

People hate newfags because they damage the server? by KhananOG in 2b2t

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it’s funny how you believe people actually think griefing is a bad thing and that that’s why they hate you

Really cool, really tough by GallowPlaceholder in Unexpected

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When I was six, there was a big crowd against the glass and the gorilla did the same thing. Wonder if it’s their nature.

This Flash interaction is the best ! by mlauawde in gaming

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are you looking at the DCEU movies

because if so, you’re right

Cx by Haoma2b2t in 2b2t

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Mfw this is allowed but others are rule 4’d

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA by Megan_With_An_N in Ooer

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ʏ̢̛̾͊ɒ̨̺̭̭̣̖̦̖̠̩͇̈́́̔̄͆͐̏͘ͅǫ̴̨̛̳̜̼͇͆͋̋̊̉̑ ̸̨̳͗̃̋̽ₘ̧̭̤̱̈́̔̅͊̽͌́̐̕̚ₒ̴̻̭̹͔̖͛̆̃͝͝ₘ̴̧̟̺̯̩̠̟͓̙̭̞̑͆̑̍̚ ̵̤̰̖̦̣̯̺̖̲̬͉̱͍̓͗ͅɿ̴̰͓̺̣̼̟̼̦̰̘̥̦̗̟͌̒͆̓̾͘͘͠ᵤ̮̾̈́̐͐͆̾͋͗͘̕͠ₒ̵̡̗̲̟͈̬̰̠͍̻͎̘͌̒͑ͅʏ

ʏ̢̛̾͊ɒ̨̺̭̭̣̖̦̖̠̩͇̈́́̔̄͆͐̏͘ͅǫ̴̨̛̳̜̼͇͆͋̋̊̉̑ ̸̨̳͗̃̋̽ᵐ̧̭̤̱̈́̔̅͊̽͌́̐̕̚ᵒ̴̻̭̹͔̖͛̆̃͝͝ᵐ̴̧̟̺̯̩̠̟͓̙̭̞̑͆̑̍̚ ̵̤̰̖̦̣̯̺̖̲̬͉̱͍̓͗ͅɿ̴̰͓̺̣̼̟̼̦̰̘̥̦̗̟͌̒͆̓̾͘͘͠ᵘ̮̾̈́̐͐͆̾͋͗͘̕͠ᵒ̵̡̗̲̟͈̬̰̠͍̻͎̘͌̒͑ͅʏ

Today is the 14th anniversary of the killdozer, the greatest bulldozer rampage in history. On this day 2004, welder Marv Heemeyer unleashed his home-armored bulldozer on the town of Granby Colorado, causing over 7 million dollars in damage. by Casualbat007 in videos

[–]redditnatester 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The sheriff's department argued the fact that no one was injured was not due to good intent as much as it must have been due to luck. Heemeyer had installed two rifles in firing ports on the inside of the bulldozer,[16] and fired 15 bullets from his rifle at power transformers and propane tanks. "Had these tanks ruptured and exploded, anyone within one-half mile (800 m) of the explosion could have been endangered", the sheriff's department said; within such a range were 12 police officers and residents of a senior citizens complex.[5] The sheriff's department also asserted Heemeyer fired many bullets from his semi-automatic rifle at Cody Docheff when Docheff tried to stop the assault on his concrete batch plant by using a wheel tractor-scraper, which was pushed aside by Heemeyer's bulldozer.

He certainly seemed to be trying to kill all those nearby citizens when he fired upon the power transformer.

Today is the 14th anniversary of the killdozer, the greatest bulldozer rampage in history. On this day 2004, welder Marv Heemeyer unleashed his home-armored bulldozer on the town of Granby Colorado, causing over 7 million dollars in damage. by Casualbat007 in videos

[–]redditnatester 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yes, and again, to your logic, the random people who happened to not be able to fight back at the government deserve it too for allowing it. Private property was destroyed. Unless they too didn’t deserve it because they haven’t been wrong to the level that requires smashing their homes (and they haven’t).

And yeah, he was justified to an EXTENT. If he had only destroyed government property and made sure not to hurt anyone, he’d be much more respectable. But that’s not what he did, so he’s pretty much a terrorist.

How far from spawn should i go to set up another base? by AGuyNamedJacob in 2b2t

[–]redditnatester 1 point2 points  (0 children)

you would’ve been fine where you are, assuming you’re not literally on the coords 500,000 or any other meme coords as well as off both axes

Today is the 14th anniversary of the killdozer, the greatest bulldozer rampage in history. On this day 2004, welder Marv Heemeyer unleashed his home-armored bulldozer on the town of Granby Colorado, causing over 7 million dollars in damage. by Casualbat007 in videos

[–]redditnatester -1 points0 points  (0 children)

well, I’m sure the people that voted against the current government in the town are the same way.

regardless, with your current logic, I guess you deserve to be killdozered

And saying you’re working on God’s will before terrorizing a bunch of people, trying to cause explosions and kill, and then committing suicide near the end? Sound familiar to you at all?

Today is the 14th anniversary of the killdozer, the greatest bulldozer rampage in history. On this day 2004, welder Marv Heemeyer unleashed his home-armored bulldozer on the town of Granby Colorado, causing over 7 million dollars in damage. by Casualbat007 in videos

[–]redditnatester 1 point2 points  (0 children)

children can’t vote, dude.

Also, you do realize he tried to kill most of these people. It was more than “chasing”. If you don’t believe me I can show some claims and statements.

Today is the 14th anniversary of the killdozer, the greatest bulldozer rampage in history. On this day 2004, welder Marv Heemeyer unleashed his home-armored bulldozer on the town of Granby Colorado, causing over 7 million dollars in damage. by Casualbat007 in videos

[–]redditnatester 2 points3 points  (0 children)

children being punished for oppressive government

not how it works rationally

10/10 logic skills

Also, I’m assuming you didn’t read the post, seeing as how it stated the multiple times he tried to attack random civilians. Because, yeah, I’m sure the man who made a tank, said he was doing God’s work, and tried to murder a ton of kids and cops and an old lady is the sane, rational, and morally just figure. Not the people he terrorized.

Today is the 14th anniversary of the killdozer, the greatest bulldozer rampage in history. On this day 2004, welder Marv Heemeyer unleashed his home-armored bulldozer on the town of Granby Colorado, causing over 7 million dollars in damage. by Casualbat007 in videos

[–]redditnatester 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Meanwhile, early defenders of Heemeyer contended he made a point of not hurting anybody during his bulldozer rampage. But the sheriff’s department argues that the fact nobody got hurt was more luck than intent. He fired many bullets from his semi-automatic rifle at Cody Docheff when Docheff tried to stop the assault on his concrete batch plant by using a front-end loader. Later, Heemeyer fired on two state troopers before they had fired.

Heemeyer also fired 15 bullets from his .50-BMG rifle at power transformers and propane tanks. “Had these tanks ruptured and exploded, anyone within one-half mile of the explosion could have been endangered,” said the sheriff’s department. That included 12 police officers and residents of a senior citizens complex.

As well, the sheriff notes that 11 of the 13 buildings that Heemeyer bulldozed were occupied until just moments before the destruction. At the town library, for example, a children’s program was in progress when the incident began.

I’m assuming you didn’t look that much up yourself, did you?

Today is the 14th anniversary of the killdozer, the greatest bulldozer rampage in history. On this day 2004, welder Marv Heemeyer unleashed his home-armored bulldozer on the town of Granby Colorado, causing over 7 million dollars in damage. by Casualbat007 in videos

[–]redditnatester 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Meanwhile, early defenders of Heemeyer contended he made a point of not hurting anybody during his bulldozer rampage. But the sheriff’s department argues that the fact nobody got hurt was more luck than intent. He fired many bullets from his semi-automatic rifle at Cody Docheff when Docheff tried to stop the assault on his concrete batch plant by using a front-end loader. Later, Heemeyer fired on two state troopers before they had fired.

Heemeyer also fired 15 bullets from his .50-BMG rifle at power transformers and propane tanks. “Had these tanks ruptured and exploded, anyone within one-half mile of the explosion could have been endangered,” said the sheriff’s department. That included 12 police officers and residents of a senior citizens complex.

As well, the sheriff notes that 11 of the 13 buildings that Heemeyer bulldozed were occupied until just moments before the destruction. At the town library, for example, a children’s program was in progress when the incident began.

Guessing you didn’t look that much up?

Today is the 14th anniversary of the killdozer, the greatest bulldozer rampage in history. On this day 2004, welder Marv Heemeyer unleashed his home-armored bulldozer on the town of Granby Colorado, causing over 7 million dollars in damage. by Casualbat007 in videos

[–]redditnatester 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Meanwhile, early defenders of Heemeyer contended he made a point of not hurting anybody during his bulldozer rampage. But the sheriff’s department argues that the fact nobody got hurt was more luck than intent. He fired many bullets from his semi-automatic rifle at Cody Docheff when Docheff tried to stop the assault on his concrete batch plant by using a front-end loader. Later, Heemeyer fired on two state troopers before they had fired.

Heemeyer also fired 15 bullets from his .50-BMG rifle at power transformers and propane tanks. “Had these tanks ruptured and exploded, anyone within one-half mile of the explosion could have been endangered,” said the sheriff’s department. That included 12 police officers and residents of a senior citizens complex.

As well, the sheriff notes that 11 of the 13 buildings that Heemeyer bulldozed were occupied until just moments before the destruction. At the town library, for example, a children’s program was in progress when the incident began.

Oh, I’ve been reading alright.

Today is the 14th anniversary of the killdozer, the greatest bulldozer rampage in history. On this day 2004, welder Marv Heemeyer unleashed his home-armored bulldozer on the town of Granby Colorado, causing over 7 million dollars in damage. by Casualbat007 in videos

[–]redditnatester 2 points3 points  (0 children)

One could argue that Marvin Heemeyer was treated unfairly by the government, that he was run out of business by a larger company, and that what he did on “Killdozer Day” was simply what every other “little guy” dreamed of doing after getting pushed down by “the man”. In this view, Heemeyer is a hero.

But there is another way of looking at the events of 4 June 2004.

Marvin Heemeyer built a tank and destroyed thirteen buildings (including a library which was occupied by children moments before the walls came down, and the home of an 82-year-old widow) simply because he lost a zoning dispute. He endangered the lives of the police officers, destroyed several emergency vehicles, and could have killed several innocent civilians if it wasn’t for the actions of law enforcement who managed to evacuate buildings before they were destroyed.

He was armed with several weapons, attempted to shoot at least one civilian, and fired several shots at propane tanks in an attempt to create an explosion. Heemeyer spent more than a year building his “killdozer” and planning his attack on the town of Granby, an act he felt was in accordance with God’s will:

“God blessed me in advance for the task that I am about to undertake. It is my duty. God has asked me to do this. It’s a cross that I am going to carry and I’m carrying it in God’s name.”

But oh, yeah, just because people were BARELY able to escape being massacred totally makes him fine. Because he didn’t SUCCEED in killing everyone.

Edit: Last paragraph

Today is the 14th anniversary of the killdozer, the greatest bulldozer rampage in history. On this day 2004, welder Marv Heemeyer unleashed his home-armored bulldozer on the town of Granby Colorado, causing over 7 million dollars in damage. by Casualbat007 in videos

[–]redditnatester 2 points3 points  (0 children)

What about the schoolchildren that happened to be in the library and rival welders and the mayor’s elderly widow? I’m pretty sure not all of them deserved to die. And he didn’t kill himself because of his life being ruined, he killed him self because the cops were finally on him.