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jarlb
jarlb
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Praise and blame. - If a war proves unsuccessful one asks who was to 'blame' for the war; if it ends in victory one praises the instigator. Guilt is always sought whenever there is failure; for failure brings with it a depression of spirits against which the sole remedy is instinctively applied: a new excitation of the feeling of power - and this is to be discovered in the condemnation of the 'guilty'. This guilty person is not to be thought of as a scapegoat for the guilt of others: he is a sacrifice to the weak, humiliated and depressed, who want to demonstrate on something that they still have some strength left. To condemn oneself can also be a means of restoring the feeling of strength after a defeat. - On the other hand, the glorification of the instigator is often the equally blind result of another drive which wants its sacrifice - and this time the sacrifice smells sweet and inviting to the sacrificial beast itself - :for when the feeling of power in a people or a society is surfeited by a great and glittering success and a weariness with victory sets in, one relinquishes some of one's pride; the feeling of devotion rises up and seeks an object. - Whether we are praised or blamed, what we usually constitute is opportunities, and arbitrarily seized opportunities, for our neighbours to discharge the drive to praise or blame which has become distended in them: in both cases we do them a favour for which we deserve no credit and they display no gratitude.
Friedrich Nietzsche, Daybreak, 1881


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Re: ESWC 2010 Day 4 - Final av3k vs raph
Posted @ 13:34 GMT 4 Jul 2010
he doesn't believe in sleep ;D
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 13:10 GMT 4 Jul 2010
imo 20min, but there has been huge delays with wc3 final, so i would expect some
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 11:43 GMT 4 Jul 2010
if cooller is obsolete, what's fox?
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 11:39 GMT 4 Jul 2010
You are right, but then again I do view it kinda that way. I don't consider it a
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 09:34 GMT 4 Jul 2010
I'm sure that hurt him
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 09:33 GMT 4 Jul 2010
I actually laughed out loud while listening to it ;D
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 09:26 GMT 4 Jul 2010
that was one of the best moves avek's did this entire tournament. Amazing how co
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 09:23 GMT 4 Jul 2010
yeah, he was lucky to get this one...
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 09:20 GMT 4 Jul 2010
just wait until next lo3 for the continuation...
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Re: Ugliest Quake Pro
Posted @ 22:31 GMT 3 Jul 2010
slasher :O let the rage begin
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 17:39 GMT 3 Jul 2010
he has no heart, give him a break
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 17:38 GMT 3 Jul 2010
yeah, it should be more like cs....
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 17:36 GMT 3 Jul 2010
we schould all forget about strenx. He would have taken dm6 from rapha if he did
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 17:30 GMT 3 Jul 2010
agreed
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 17:29 GMT 3 Jul 2010
actually, you need a new brain
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Re: ESWC 2010 Finals: Day 3
Posted @ 06:32 GMT 3 Jul 2010
there is also coverage being done by quake.net.pl with a lot of photos http://qu
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Re: GameGune 2008 with Quake 3 *UPDATE 2
Posted @ 17:51 GMT 3 Jun 2008
this could go on for very long ...
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Re: GameGune 2008 with Quake 3 *UPDATED*
Posted @ 05:14 GMT 3 Jun 2008
why would you need a resume with a 2nd place at wcg when you are dead?
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Re: GameGune 2008 with Quake 3 *UPDATED*
Posted @ 05:13 GMT 3 Jun 2008
why aren't you there? ;)
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Re: GameGune 2008 with Quake 3 *UPDATED*
Posted @ 05:09 GMT 3 Jun 2008
matr0x's name isn't Maciej. It's Mateusz.
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