Scisca

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    < Scisca
    • A 33 year old male gamer
    • Poland
    • Joined on October 24th 2012, last online on 23 August 2018.
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    < hershel_layton posted something on Scisca's wall:

    I recall seeing your avatar and thinking, "what the hell is a person like that doing on VGChartz?". Then I look at your wall and realize you don't even know who the person is. I wonder if you ever got any horny personal messages sent to you.

    Hi :)
    Apart from some random sex-bot that wants me to write back to "chat and see her naked photos" but gets banned before I even notice the message, no. Not even once. And even taking into account that my nickname ends with "a".
    Strange actually.

    on 04 June 2016

    < Dr.Vita posted something on Scisca's wall:

    So you like Gothic 2? Interesting dude, I love this game!!!

    Yeah, I love the series. Played the crap out of Gothic 1 and 2 :) Legendary games, exactly my favourite type of games, so much better than TES. If they got ported to Vita... Man... Gothic II with Die Nacht des Raben and trophies. A dream :)

    on 26 February 2015

    < spurgeonryan posted something on Scisca's wall:

    Her bust is almost too big for your avatar to handle!

    For avatar - maybe, but surely not for me :)

    on 11 September 2014

    < ErwinMoC posted something on Scisca's wall:

    Who is that on your profile pic?

    My girlfriend...



    ...I'd wish I have no idea who she is, but she is perfect for me I'd marry a chick like that.

    on 31 August 2014

    < Kaizar posted something on Scisca's wall:

    Best Movies of 2014 Thread:



    http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=173039



    Trailers are in the 4th & 5th OP.

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    Do you believe in God? Why/Why not?

    in General Discussion on 23 August 2018

    LuccaCardoso1 said:  Filix already responded pretty well to the "authoritarian regimes were atheist" argument, but I want to point two things: 1. Most revolutions lead to a lot of deaths, it's not exclusive to the French Revolution. And the French Revolution also led to a huge wave of scientific advances, that sped up technological and medical research. Let me cite some other...

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    Do you believe in God? Why/Why not?

    in General Discussion on 23 August 2018

    Baldeagle8 said: Flilix said: Rejection of religion was not a cause of these regimes, but rather a consequence. Because they were so totalitarian, there was simply no place for a God anymore. The people were supposed to worship the great leader, and no one else. The dictator basically replaced God. That's why these regimes tend to be so similar to ultra-religious societies: both...

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    Do you believe in God? Why/Why not?

    in General Discussion on 23 August 2018

    I'm terrified of a world without God. Whenever we reject God as the source of unquestionable and unnegiotable rules and values, terrible things happen. If you look at the most violent regimes ever - Mao's China, USSR, 3rd Reich - rejection of God was the foundation of their ideologies. Think of the French revolution - "enlightment emphasized the importance of rational thinking and began...

    Biography

    Occupation: Johnny Bravo

    Education: Johnny Bravo

    University: Johnny Bravo

    Height: 5'10

    Build: Athletic

    Eye colour: Blue

    Hair colour: Blonde

    Zodiac sign: Aries

    Relationship status: Dating

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