Is a notorious hacker from the internet under world, usually seen on Ares in his room Narks_Lounge or on torrent trackers sharing and distibuting illegal software and music. He is known as the good agent gone bad. To Be A NarkotixAgent Is To Be A Pimp Daddy Of The Internet.
There is only one NarkotixAgent you ass munching butt fucker and your not it !
A stupid resturant that overcharges their sandwiches and drinks. There is always an hour wait because the lines are to the door. Half the time they screw up your order because their employees can't fucking read. The cashiers are rude and never get your order right. right free Wi-FI isn"t that great cause you can never get connection.
Girl 1: I going to broccli cheedar soup.
Girl 2: That's best soup there.
Girl 1: What I have to wait 30 minutes because you ran out.
Girl 2: That's messed up you should your money back
Girl 1 : They should have a back up Iam never coming to this establishment again
Girl 2: Yeah panera has the worst customer service I've ever seen in my life.
Manager: wait come back here's your refund.
Employee: Their gone you stupid fuck
|10.||anti piracy whore|
People, who for some reason, hate piracy so much that they go on the internet and shove their beliefs down people's throats. These people are goody two shoes and their anal retentive hate for cracks, serials, roms, or any other form of copyright infringement tends to annoy people. Their most common technique is to go on a forum with a misleading topic title and then proceed to tell everyone that they are right and that piracy is bad. This attitude is also found in books that teach you how to hack the PSP or the Xbox 360.
Example 1: The Misleading Topic Title
*Topic title says FREE PHOTOSHOP SERIALZ*
Average Person: Hmm... free photoshop serials? I need some.
*When the person clicks on the topic, there is an anti piracy whore, trolling the boards*
Anti Piracy Whore: Don't you see? Piracy is bad...blah blah...you can go to jail...blah blah...up to 5,000 dollar fine...blah blah...
Example 2: A casual discussion gone to Hell
*at school or work*
Person 1: Hey, do you have any serial numbers for Nero 7?
Person 2: Yeah sure! I'll send you a keygen when I get home.
Anti Piracy Whore: STOP! Please don't be a pirate! You'll ruin it for all of us who don't steal software and it will take money from the hard-working creators of Nero and piracy is the reason why Nero is so expensive...
Persons 1: Dude, you should forget about this guy. He was probably paid by the MPAA to bitch like this.
THE TRUE DEFINITION OF PUNK.more...
A Punk Manifesto by Greg Graffin
I have never owned a record label, nor directed a successful merchandise company, so I don't pretend to be an expert on marketing. I have evolved through my craft as a songwriter, but others have labeled it and marketed it and made it neat for consumption.
Although I have made money from Punk, it is a modest amount when one considers the bounty that has been bestowed on the companies that promote Punk as some sort of a product to be ingested. It has always been my way to de-value the fashionable, light-hearted, impulsive traits that people associate with Punk, because Punk is more than that, so much more that those elements become trivial in the light of human experience that all punkers share.
Since it has been a part of me for over half of my life, I think the time has come to attempt a definition, and in the process defend, this persistent social phenomenon known as Punk. It is astounding that something with so much emotional and trans- cultural depth has gone without definition for so long, for the roots of Punk run deeper, and go back in history farther than imagined.
Even in the last two decades, it is difficult to find any analysis of the influential effect that Punk Rock had on Pop Music and youth culture. And rarer still are essays detailing the emotional and intellectual undercurrents that drive the more overt fashion statements that most people attribute to Punk. These are some of the w...
|12.||A Sense of Purpose|
A Sense of Purpose is the ninth studio album by In Flames, that was originally set to be released April 4, 2008, but was leaked to the internet March 16. Was the first album by the band to receive a parental advisory sticker on the cover. Some may say that the album goes even further from the bands original sound and more into mainstream music, but it is still an amazing album.
Bob: A sense of purpose is a bad album. In Flames have sold out and gone into mainstream. They have completely changed their style into more of a metalcore/nu metal sound, and I refuse to listen to them before they go back to The Jester Race sound.
Matt: Go suck a cock.
What the vast majority of people on here are thinking about just looking at the word. When are morons and are probably 12 years old, and when there parents are gone, thinking they're doing something bad.
Hey guess what Johnny
Lets look up sex
OMG what? No!Way!I wanna play Kingdom Hearts!:C
No man come on its sex!
Oh my God it's sex whoa Johnny! hahaha for seral.
Creator of the mess that is Ctrl Alt Del - a webcomic that is well known for being badly drawn, ripping off Penny Arcade and basically being too up itself.
Tim Buckley being the creator sadly also happens to share most of the same qualities. Additionally, he has little to no resistance to any form of criticism whatsoever and usually takes to acting like a chimp in a zoo when anyone in his forums or elsewhere even dares to suggest that one of his latest "storylines" might not be that good. In fact, try going on the Ctrl Alt Del forums and saying a slightly negative word and you'll find yourself banned quicker than you could imagine.
Also Tim is well known for editing/vandalising Wiki entries to do with his comic, consistently attempting to remove the "criticism" section on his beloved comic. If that isn't bad enough, try asking anyone about the ROM incident. This is basically where Tim got accused of emailing pictures of his cock to a 14 year old on his forum and instead of behaving like a normal adult, he basically had a screaming fit, banned over 3000 members, closed the forum for a week and then totally removed the section of forum from which the claim was made. Not a particularly overwhelming sign of innocence to say the least.
Random Fan: "So, we've gone from being a wacky slightly surreal webcomic to suddenly having an attempt at a serious dramatic storyline with miscarriage and mayhem...urm, don't you think maybe this isn't the best idea you've ever had?"
Tim Buckley: "SHUT UP...I AM THE INTERNET. I can do drama...LOOK A DEAD BABY! I sooooo deserve an Oscar for this because I'm soooo brooding and deep. Oh, by the way. Anyone who disagrees with me gets banned and insulted. Got that?"
Random Ex-Fan: "OKayyyyy, you're obviously a headcase. Bye!"