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  1. My 21st is in December but I've been able to drink legally since I was 18 ;D
  2. Happy 21st mate (Arbiter already posted the video )
  3. I'd be down, provided the time is good for me, between work etc
  4. I think he means the Galaxy S5
  5. Galaxy S5 It's excellent
  6. hey

    Hello friend
  7. I tried it and found it unplayably laggy. But I've moved house since then to a place with better internet, so it may be better... will have to give it another go.
  8. League Championship SeriesLolesports.com
  9. Fantasy.lolesports.com Does anybody here follow the LCS at all? Definitely worth watching for any LoL player. If you do, we should try out the new fantasy draft beta. Gonna be sweet. I'll make a league and send invites if at least 3 people are interested.
  10. Hullo there, welcome! I wish I had a majestic beard and copious amounts of charisma. Also being good at games would help but I'm usually pretty trash.
  11. Happy birthday mate
  12. IS THAT MY BOY THE ARBITER HOLY DAMN How you been man?!
  13. Yo!
  14. It'll always be an issue, yes... until you actually solve the problem. By gun control. Like here in Australia. Sure they exist, but they're not compulsory. Like it was here in Australia. Please, explain to me how US not being the same country as Australia would affect the outcome of the implementation of a program similar to ours. Or maybe I should put it this way: you can speculate as to how it won't work all you like, but I don't need to speculate that it will. Because it did already. You're right, it isn't illegal to own a firearm here. My brother has one, for example. But it IS illegal to have one without going through rigorous processes to ensure you can be allowed to have one. These processes differ slightly from state to state, but regardless of state, they're there, and they're effective. If all those shootings happen every day in all those cities, how can you possibly think limiting gun access and ownership is a bad thing? Again, gun related homicide went down over 50%. That's half. Half of the people who just died yesterday could be alive today. But oh well, let's keep the tools used to kill them easily accessible. For defence! Also, the typical definition of a 'mass shooting' is four or more people killed in a single incident. But that's just semantics. Because of gun control, we can say we haven't had a mass shooting, by that definition, since April, 1996. The USA, on the other hand, cannot. Essentially, because you and so many other Americans want so desperately to keep your 'right' to easily accessible guns (by current, since 1996, Australian standards), more people are dead than there should be. Congratulations! At least you can defend yourself, though... It's just a shame that they couldn't.