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Offline Thaeris

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Oh come now, genocide never helped anyone... except with orcs and giants. The people of [Middle] Earth are better off without them.

Now, I too fear the giant Japanese killer-mutant hornet of doom as much as anyone else, but I see the value of their existance:

(a.) The uber-hornet is the only natural foe to the giant Japanese monster-moth, which if left without its natural enemy will obviously make a point of destroying Tokyo.



(b.) If we import the killer-doom hornet, clearly it will destroy the dreaded killer-bee of the United States and Central America. It will also destroy a natural enemy of the Dutch government in the region, old people:



Soylent Green: if someone doesn't do it, the Dutch will...
No offense to any dutchmen/women here - jokes will be jokes...

(c.) The killer-monster super hornet is also a clear solution to Australia's cane toad problem. Just import the blighter and find out what happens to their eco system then...
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^what is this i dont even
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Offline watsisname

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At first I was like "Lol someone should remix that so it has spiders instead of cows."

And then at 1:11 I went WHAT THE
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« Last Edit: October 07, 2010, 11:47:04 pm by watsisname »
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Offline Rodo

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wow...that was crazy.
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Offline redsniper

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Fortunately, we've already been prepared for possible cow uprising by The Farside comics. There is something else we need to focus on though...

Gliese 581g Invasion

According to a very reputable source (the Daily Mail, which I understand is infallible from what our British brethren have to say) some flashes of light were detected coming from Gliese 581g soon after its discovery. I don't know whether these were subspace signatures, RKV launches, some kind of nuclear saber rattling, or the intergalactic equivalent of giving the finger, but it's definitely a threat, and it happened 20 years ago! This means we're way behind those dirty Gliesians.

So there are two orders of business:

1. Prepare for the invasion (of Earth :shaking:)

Really, I just wanted an excuse to quote this post I saw on 4chan (a threat in its own right) on this same topic that I liked. It's regarding the suspected response to our beaming a bunch of twitter messages to the Gliesians (actually, the first stage of our psychological warfare campaign).
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don't worry they probably won't be able to decode it even if they get it. At most it'll just let them know that we're here. In 40 years if we get a few more plasma burst we'll know that yes, they are there and they do want to communicate.

either that or in 300 years we'll be invaded, but by that time our gundams will block out the sun and they'll have to fight in the shade, which they'll probably be accustomed too due to their wonky tidal locked orbit.

2. Prepare for the invasion (of Janus :pimp:)

Gliese 581g (or Janus as I like to call it, owing to the tidally-locked two-faced thing going on) is far away, and it's going to take us a while to build a fleet to get there and school their extra-terrestrial hineys. Fortunately building spaceships is what we (HLP) do best and MjnMixael recently built a subspace drive, so we've got that covered. Not to mention we have about a kajillion hours logged in space combat simulators.

Ground combat will be another story. Surface gravity there is about 1.3g, so start hitting the gym. Secondly, being tidally locked, we're going to see some extreme weather there. I propose we deploy our Finnish and other high-latitude members to the night side and our more equatorial members to the day side (myself included). We'll fight our ways towards the terminator and meet up in the middle where the weather is sweet, then celebrate our victory with rivers of Bosch Beer.


.....but until then, watch yourselves! There are still many more threats out there and we can't have any of you going and getting killed before the invasion. Stay vigilant brothers!
« Last Edit: October 08, 2010, 01:17:59 am by redsniper »
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Re: HLP Threat Down (image heavy)
*snip*
I got a "my free farm" ad with that :lol:

2. Prepare for the invasion (of Janus :pimp:)

Gliese 581g (or Janus as I like to call it, owing to the tidally-locked two-faced thing going on)
It's actually nicknamed Zarmina :P But anyway, I'm volunteering for the invasion air force.

 

Offline Rodo

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I want in on the "tropic" space marines! :yes:
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Re: HLP Threat Down (image heavy)
While we're in the vicinity of youtube videos that will melt your brain, I submit:

mirrors

EDIT: Imported from the Cold War invention thread, the giant soviet Ekranoplan
Armed with nuclear cruise missiles and capable of carrying armor and infantry accross seas.
« Last Edit: October 09, 2010, 02:29:23 am by Scourge of Ages »

 

Offline Nuke

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^thats my yacht
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Google takes another step towards omnipotent control of every aspect of your life!!
I almost feel like that wouldn't be the worst fate in the world.  We'd presumably all get giant bouncy balls in our cubicles.

 

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Google takes another step towards omnipotent control of every aspect of your life!!
I almost feel like that wouldn't be the worst fate in the world.  We'd presumably all get giant bouncy balls in our cubicles.

Until the day Google stops suggesting what it thinks you want and instead what it thinks is best for you...
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Offline Kosh

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(the Daily Mail, which I understand is infallible from what our British brethren have to say)


I hope that's a sarcastic remark.......
"The reason for this is that the original Fortran got so convoluted and extensive (10's of millions of lines of code) that no-one can actually figure out how it works, there's a massive project going on to decode the original Fortran and write a more modern system, but until then, the UK communication network is actually relying heavily on 35 year old Fortran that nobody understands." - Flipside

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Offline redsniper

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It is my total 100% ironclad true belief. Also, Battuta is a scientologist.
"Think about nice things not unhappy things.
The future makes happy, if you make it yourself.
No war; think about happy things."   -WouterSmitssm

HARD LIGHT PRODUCTIONS:
"...this conversation is pointlessly confrontational."

 

Offline General Battuta

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xenu xenu xenu

 

Offline Axem

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I am resurrecting this thread to highlight a dangerous new threat.

Solar. Powered. Hornets.

Our only hope now, is to scorch the sky and live underground for centuries.

 

Offline Shivan Hunter

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The only thing worse than Hornets is Hornets with Saths set as the model file instead of hornet.pof

srsly wtf

 

Offline watsisname

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I am resurrecting this thread to highlight a dangerous new threat.

Solar. Powered. Hornets.

Our only hope now, is to scorch the sky and live underground for centuries.

DESTROY THE SUN!  :mad:
In my world of sleepers, everything will be erased.
I'll be your religion, your only endless ideal.
Slowly we crawl in the dark.
Swallowed by the seductive night.