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#1021374 I'm raising a Toast to Xeno

Posted by Hostile on 20 December 2015 - 06:13 PM

I lay a forum flower at your grave Xeno...

#966749 Revora is 10 years old!

Posted by Hostile on 17 July 2014 - 01:48 AM

Thank you Revora...

#957451 American Society at it's Best!

Posted by Hostile on 18 May 2014 - 08:13 AM

#949007 Remembering Revora's Charity

Posted by Hostile on 19 February 2014 - 07:52 PM

Well I did post that Revora does support our charity. So I wanted to add a new page to the website that listed the projects we are currently focusing on. You will find Duke's custom image on their custom made shirts. Thanks Duke! But we also included quite a photo gallery using WOWSLIDER to give a reasonable list of the images of each project. Tonight we will be attending a viewing of a documentary about the plight going on with the albinos in Tanzania in Washington DC. There will be an question/answer session as well. 


We recently got a $3000 donation to help pay for secondary school for the top of the children. I wish we could afford all of them. But we do have to start with those with the most potential. So check them out and see if we can do something as a team. All I'm asking is for you all to click the red G+ button on the left navbar so we show up higher on each page under the Google search engine.




Thank you in advance for your time if you should choose to understand more.


Eric (Hostile)

#942834 I have been here for Ten Years

Posted by Hostile on 30 December 2013 - 06:51 AM

Well today is my 10th year anniversary, right down to the day. I am proud to be a part of this community for such a long time. I first came here looking for Generals maps and found Origin. At this point there really are only a few of us left from back in the 2003 creation of Revora. Detail, Mastermind, and Mithril are long gone. Only Banshee and I are really the oldest vets here leadership wise. God bless him really. I've watched people come and go and some simply slowly fade away.


We've done quite a bit of remarkable things together as a team throughout my time here. It's a very adaptive environment. Shifting positions, angry situations, and finally stability. I've made friends, lost them, and found them again in my tenure.


I understand most people here only enjoy their time for a little while, and I hope you enjoyed this time with me...for a little while.


~Hostile (Eric)


P.S. I understand the passing of the conch, yeah i read the book as well. This song should sum it up. God bless you all...



My words to Revora really:

I've been first and and I've been last
Look at how the time goes past.
But I'm glad to be all alone at last.
Rolling home to you.


#937004 The "Parenting Plan"

Posted by Hostile on 25 November 2013 - 08:06 PM

Damn I thought you WERE a woman seeing how you have menstruated all over these forums for the last 10 years. :popcorn:

#936935 Can You Possibly Imagine?

Posted by Hostile on 25 November 2013 - 08:44 AM

And you are alittle tall for an ewok dickhead...

#935968 If you were god creating earth, what "easter eggs" would you leave be...

Posted by Hostile on 14 November 2013 - 06:59 PM

I would inject a DNA sequence into every living thing that spelled out OMG just so you knew I was there...

#935653 Best Quotes

Posted by Hostile on 11 November 2013 - 09:57 PM

"Man may think that time moves fast but it's time that stands to watch man pass..." ~me back in 1992


"How short my life but how long the day" ~me


I'll stop quoting myself now. Flame away... :)

#878102 Obama

Posted by Hostile on 01 March 2012 - 07:42 PM

Than why is she on a national platform if only Alaskan people care what she says? You are incorrect sir. What she says resonates with a lot of Americans. Whom YOU despise, you call foolish. Anyone on that level is not a fool despise the fact we may disagree with thier ideologies.

#877898 Obama

Posted by Hostile on 28 February 2012 - 04:24 PM

Heh, Sarah Palin.... So funny.

I think she should quit as a politician and become a full-time celebrity. She sure is dumb enough.
She lost the race for McCain.

How does that make you feel Pasi? That one of the bigger reasons McCain lost is because of her.
People used to say, "Well the guy's over 70, what if his heart stops and we're stuck with her?"



Pasi, the only reason you don't like Obama is because you don't like blacks. I can say that because your racism in some of the other threads you've posted in is.....Well, to say it's very thinly veiled would be an understatement.

Would you have freaked out if Herman Cain had won the nomination? I think so. :trickydick:

You know what's even funnier. Sarah Palin is smarter than you are. She's on TV, writes books, and was VP candidate. What do you do? Hang out at Revora. LOL Imagine you're dumber than Sarah Palin.

#870435 UK to 'observe' EU negotiations...

Posted by Hostile on 16 December 2011 - 12:50 AM

France and Germany want the new agreement to be concluded as soon as possible to help boost confidence in the eurozone but the nine other countries outside the single currency area have said they will need Parliamentary approval before they can agree to take part.

They sound pretty desperate, I'd say the UK play the upper hand and minimize their ability to help. One must look out for themselves first. No sense sinking with the ship.

#772059 The Republican Party was Founded on helping Black People

Posted by Hostile on 22 November 2009 - 02:10 AM

I've known this for most of my life. But many blacks do not. The Republican party has a long history of supporting blacks in America. From the Quakers Ideals (Not Republicans) up to Abraham Lincoln. From the civil rights movement up to abolishing Affirmative action.

Democrats believe that they have the black vote by default. Yet many black Democrats have little idea that it's the Republicans that have paved the way for them. Lincoln freed the slaves. The Republican Party was founded to counter the Democrats, who owned many slaves.


Look to the 1960's, it was the southern Democrats that tried to counter the national consensus against segregation lead by Republicans.


During this period, the white-dominated Democratic Party resumed political control over the South. The Republican Party—the "party of Lincoln"—which had been the party that most blacks belonged to, shrank to insignificance as black voter registration was suppressed. By the early 1900s, almost all elected officials in the South were Democrats.

Republicans are not the Wall Street Bankers, the fat cat CEO's, they are simply or used to be, people who want the best for the most people possible without heavy government influence. Free your mind people. Democrats are not for the greater good of humanity. They have little history of their compassion when southern Democratic governors orders whites to shoot fire hoses at blacks to keep them from being able to assemble peacefully as the Constitution allows.

Now here is an article written by a black man. Imagine that. Let yourself read his words free from bias or "affirmative action."

Now Read this from Deroy Murdock, a black who has chosen to bring to light the history of Democrats and Republicans regarding who has been looking out for black people in this country. Never throw a good friend too far, you never know when you may need them.


Contemporary partisan hyperbole? Consider this 1866 comment from Governor Oliver Morton (R., Ind.), who is immortalized in the U.S. Capitol's Statuary Hall: "Every one who shoots down Negroes in the streets, burns Negro school-houses and meeting-houses, and murders women and children by the light of their own flaming dwellings, calls himself a Democrat," Morton said.


Posted by Hostile on 12 April 2006 - 10:30 PM

Please make a note somewhere, preferably in the title, whether it pertains to BFME 1 or 2 please. This will help us help you more effeciently. :p