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About axdoomer

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  1. The news are just random nowadays. It sucks. That's a very good pro-choice argument.
  2. It would be a shame if someone reported another bug, then it would become version 1.7.
  3. I've completed E2 and E3M1.
  4. These two issues would still be there even if I didn't report any issues before. The only thing that it implies is that the two issues were in the wad since the beginning. Still: happening or existing before now and continuing into the present
  5. I liked that map. It was great. The first map too, when the floor changes to lava. It was a nice effect. Seems like I'm biased in favor of lava. I went back in episode 1 using version 1.3 just to see some stuff and found two issues that are still there. E1M7: When you start the map, go in the entrance on the left and the four torches are not touching the walls. The other torches have been fixed. E1M5:
  6. I went back to check again. Projectiles don't pass through the wall, they just disappear like if they hit the sky. I'm using ZDoom and didn't expect such a bug, maybe there's a defect in the map that makes ZDoom believe the projectiles are hitting a sky. EDIT: If you look at the floor once the walls have disappeared, you'll see that the floor texture is bleeding, because the secret's floor is lower and the lower textures are missing.
  7. I made a big dump of screenshots of bugs that I took while playing episode 1. There are 25 of them, in level E1M4, E1M5, E1M7, E1M8. The file name of the screenshot describe its bug. A lot of them were lava that didn't hurt or torches that seemed like they were flying because they were not put close enough to the walls.
  8. It should have been tagged with the "block monsters" flag by the author to avoid this issue.
  9. If you use your imagination, you're correct.
  10. PETA is a joke. They are known for making alarming statements and publishing 30 years old videos of animals being exploited in the third world. This is not reality today. They also cherry pick their sources. You can't trust people who get paid by an organization who has a pro-vegan agenda to do research without it being biased. That's exactly like paying an oil company to do research to see if oil is dangerous for the environment.
  11. Carbon taxes don't work. Carbon emission trading does. The difference is that the carbon tax system taxes companies based on the carbon pollution that they generate. That doesn't work very much. The system that works best is the carbon emission trading, where companies compete with each other to produce less carbon emissions. Companies that create more carbon emissions have to buy carbon credits from companies that create less carbon emissions, that way companies that reduce their carbon footprint get money. This is much more incitive and makes companies reduce their carbon footprint faster. This have been proven by studies, though some countries decide to go with the ineffective carbon tax system because they prefer to increase government revenues (which is a poor decision). The study also says "on average, red meat is around 150% more GHG-intensive than chicken or fish". I eat far more chicken than red meat. I really like the taste of chicken, but a huge juicy steak once in a while is very good. The study was also made on USA based data, where the electricity is produced using gas and nuclear power plants and have fewer regulation that regulate carbon emissions during the production and transportation. Food production is industrialized in the USA, but not in mine. Where I live, electricity comes from hydroelectric sources (98%, the 2% is importation during winter). Veggie production makes use of a lot of pesticides including insecticides, herbicides, fungicides and nematicides. The bees are disappearing because of this, their is less pollination so farmers have to use more chemicals to get their veggies to grow. Not to mention, you have to cut down forests to make some space for your veggie production, thus destroying animal habitat and cutting down trees. I'm sorry to hear that. I don't know where you're from, but at least in my country, fake meat tastes like garbage compared to real meat. And I really don't care about the texture of the meat, except when it's chicken. I do know somebody who's uninformed and gets the issues wrong, or rather, is informed with vegetarian propaganda. I won't fall for it.
  12. I can't reproduce this bug on Firefox ESR 45.9.0. What version are you using?
  13. Stop arguing about B12, the taste of meat is way better than the taste of veggies. That's the only thing I need to know to keep eating meat. EDIT: And about the environment and CO2 emissions, I buy local. You just have to stop voting for globalist politicians.