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An Idea: Because I am bored for the moment.

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Pandemic Horde
#81 - 2016-12-11 06:47:48 UTC
Arrendis wrote:
Kairelle wrote:
Favorite ship?


Scimitar.

If you had to choose a baseliner career path for yourself, what would it be?

That's easy I'd go back to being a Cloned Soldier.

What's your favorite place to go when you aren't flying?
Goonswarm Federation
#82 - 2016-12-11 10:38:48 UTC
My garage, of course.

Favorite movie genre?

Proud pilot of the Imperium

Arek'Jaalan: Heliograph

Ishuk-Raata Enforcement Directive
#83 - 2016-12-11 19:37:58 UTC
Trii Seo wrote:
My garage, of course.

Favorite movie genre?

Bad action films. The sort that you watch to make fun of, with a bunch of good food that's terrible for you.

What do you consider a defining moment of your life?

"At the end of it all, we have only what we've left in our wake to be remembered by." -Kyoko Ishikari, YC 95 - YC 117

#84 - 2016-12-12 01:34:07 UTC
Saya Ishikari wrote:
Bad action films. The sort that you watch to make fun of, with a bunch of good food that's terrible for you.

What do you consider a defining moment of your life?

Maybe the decision to finish capsuleer training even though it wasn't my choice to start and I finally had the chance to back out.

Have you ever had a pet animal?
Pandemic Horde
#85 - 2016-12-12 02:30:32 UTC
Kolodi Ramal wrote:
Saya Ishikari wrote:
Bad action films. The sort that you watch to make fun of, with a bunch of good food that's terrible for you.

What do you consider a defining moment of your life?

Maybe the decision to finish capsuleer training even though it wasn't my choice to start and I finally had the chance to back out.

Have you ever had a pet animal?

Does a first generation clone soldier kept in a cage count?

What is your favorite weapon system?
#86 - 2016-12-12 05:17:32 UTC
Slayer Liberator wrote:
Does a first generation clone soldier kept in a cage count?

What is your favorite weapon system?

No! That's why I wrote "pet animal" specifically...

Drones.

What's one of your favorite planetside places?
#87 - 2016-12-12 05:25:26 UTC
Kolodi Ramal wrote:

No! That's why I wrote "pet animal" specifically...

Drones.

What's one of your favorite planetside places?


I really like super congested cities, with loads and loads of people. It feels weirdly satisfying, somehow, being surrounded by so many people.

Would you rather always have a lifetime supply of free chocolate, or a sexual partner with your exact tastes in bed?

If you want to get on Baking Buddies as a special guest, send me a brief video of yourself baking! I'm sure I'd be happy to have you!

(Send me an RP sample of your capsuleer baking! It'll be fun :D)

Goonswarm Federation
#88 - 2016-12-12 05:30:21 UTC
Kolodi Ramal wrote:
No! That's why I wrote "pet animal" specifically...


Human beings are animals. Mammals, in fact.

Makoto Yui wrote:

Would you rather always have a lifetime supply of free chocolate, or a sexual partner with your exact tastes in bed?


Chocolate. Putting your faith in other people is just asking to be murdered by the ones closest to you.

Why do you do what you do, put up with all of the vagaries and hardships of daily life, rather than just turning off the clone contract and stepping out naked into hard vacuum?
#89 - 2016-12-12 06:01:01 UTC
Arrendis wrote:
Why do you do what you do, put up with all of the vagaries and hardships of daily life, rather than just turning off the clone contract and stepping out naked into hard vacuum?

Because existing in this world seems like an amazing privilege. I don't expect to live forever; I'll disappear eventually. Until then, the world is a wonder, something sacred, I'm lost in a tiny corner of.

I'm not so attached to my life as all that, but, there's always going to be more to see and understand. It doesn't seem very likely I'll have that chance when I'm dead.

This brief moment of "me" is all I have. It's ephemeral, transient, and illusory, and it hurts sometimes (especially when it feels most real), but it's a privilege to have such a thing at all.

Is it better to be useful or at peace?
Caldari State
#90 - 2016-12-12 06:51:42 UTC
Aria Jenneth wrote:

Is it better to be useful or at peace?

Useful, of course.

At what age you killed your first target (human or a vessel, containing humans)?

Honored are the dead, for their legacy guides us.

In memory of Tibus Heth, Caldari State Executor YC110-115, Hero and Patriot.

#91 - 2016-12-12 08:40:17 UTC
Diana Kim wrote:
Useful, of course.

At what age you killed your first target (human or a vessel, containing humans)?

22.

Tell about a funny thing that happened because of quirks in how one language translates to another language?
Enigma Project
#92 - 2016-12-12 10:14:29 UTC
A man from some backwater part of Solitude joined 13. His translation router was faulty and he had a real hard on for mindflood. We were trying to get him to fly logistics for us, and were struggling through the language barrier and the drugs to get him down the right chain.

Long story short he ended up taking a wrong turn, got killed by some other J-Space dwellers we weren't expecting and took a long freeze. I hear they finally managed to get a working brain scan of his again about a year later. It was hilarious.

Why do you choose to fly with the people you do currently?

"Face the enemy as a solid wall For faith is your armor And through it, the enemy will find no breach Wrap your arms around the enemy For faith is your fire And with it, burn away his evil"

Arataka Research Consortium
#93 - 2016-12-12 10:16:02 UTC  |  Edited by: Jaret Victorian
Kolodi Ramal wrote:

Tell about a funny thing that happened because of quirks in how one language translates to another language?

"Execute" and "Kill" mean different things to normal people and our IT branch people. They're so different they are even consireded synonyms and antonyms in different circles.

Utari Onzo wrote:

Why do you choose to fly with the people you do currently?

I like how I actually make a difference in this world. Hard work, dedication and good people all around.

What statement makes you roll your eyes immediately?
Sani-Sabik
#94 - 2016-12-12 10:28:07 UTC
Jaret Victorian wrote:

What statement makes you roll your eyes immediately?


Whenever any non-Amarr pilot, or, indeed, most Amarr pilots, say something beginning like:

"Having read the Scriptures, I think that..."


Have you ever considered marrying someone not of your religion ?

Doctor V. Valate, Professor of Archaeology at Kaztropolis Imperial University.

Enigma Project
#95 - 2016-12-12 11:21:04 UTC
I have before but that swiftly became a non-option due to legal reasons.


What makes something sentient?

"Face the enemy as a solid wall For faith is your armor And through it, the enemy will find no breach Wrap your arms around the enemy For faith is your fire And with it, burn away his evil"

Sani-Sabik
#96 - 2016-12-12 12:32:06 UTC
Utari Onzo wrote:
What makes something sentient?


Oh, this is where you start getting into philosophy and so on, where everything turns fuzzy, instead of having concrete answers.

One school of philosophy has 3-factors, sentience being one of them, the others being intelligence, and self-awareness.
Sentience in that case, is the ability to feel, to experience things subjectively.
Intelligence is the ability to reason, and self-awareness is the ability to understand things like mirrors and so on, recognising oneself as being an entity separate from other entities and the environment, etc.

The word sentience though, is often used in many different ways, with quite different meanings. E.g. suppose there was some kind of alien, capable of discussing things here on the IGS. Some people would say that alien was "sentient", which is not really the same thing. Similarly, those people would say a machine capable of discussing things on the IGS, was also "sentient". Not quite the same thing as the thing I mentioned earlier.

But that's all a bit philosophical and woolly.


So, What's your opinion on the latest Neo-Takmahl fashion trend, with its emphasis on human-leather clothing ? Personally, I find it terribly gauche.

Doctor V. Valate, Professor of Archaeology at Kaztropolis Imperial University.

#97 - 2016-12-12 13:39:55 UTC
Valerie Valate wrote:
So, What's your opinion on the latest Neo-Takmahl fashion trend, with its emphasis on human-leather clothing ? .

I have nothing against, if leather is made from their own skin growed in vats.


What to do if you have fedo that dont want to eat leftovers from protein delicacies?
#98 - 2016-12-12 13:55:56 UTC
Nana Skalski wrote:
I have nothing against, if leather is made from their own skin growed in vats.


What to do if you have fedo that dont want to eat leftovers from protein delicacies?

Feed it something else. It's a fedo so you have a lot of options.

Television or holovision?
Enigma Project
#99 - 2016-12-12 14:12:54 UTC
Kolodi Ramal wrote:
Nana Skalski wrote:
I have nothing against, if leather is made from their own skin growed in vats.


What to do if you have fedo that dont want to eat leftovers from protein delicacies?

Feed it something else. It's a fedo so you have a lot of options.

Television or holovision?


A book. Made from actual paper.

Wine or water?

"Face the enemy as a solid wall For faith is your armor And through it, the enemy will find no breach Wrap your arms around the enemy For faith is your fire And with it, burn away his evil"

Pandemic Horde
#100 - 2016-12-12 14:56:03 UTC
Utari Onzo wrote:
[quote=Kolodi Ramal]
A book. Made from actual paper.

Wine or water?



Wine. Fish **** in water.


Will this thread ever end?


"Angels live, they never die, Apart from us, behind the sky. They're fading souls who've turned to ice, So ashen white in paradise."

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