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Media & Mayhem / Re: Pokemon Go
« on: July 20, 2016, 04:06:04 am »
Pikachu was my starter. Probably the best/rarest critter I'll ever find at this rate, which sucks because he has shittier stats than the non-easter-egg starters. Not that that matters, I'll have to drive 30 minutes to get to a gym and actually use my pokemon for anything anyway. I'm hoarding pidgeys in the vague hope that I'd be able to sell them or something for advancement in the game and/or trade them for pokemon I actually like, but for now all I have are these damn birds because that's all that spawns in areas of reliable connection in my entire neighborhood.

I have about ten of them now, and I hate them all. I would rather roast them alive with barbecue sauce and feed them to the homeless, but that would be too much gameplay for Pokemon Go. Gameplay is not a thing that happens, only an illusion of play created by ball-throwing and collecting 3-D stickers that you will rarely (possibly never) do anything with.

Granted, it's a fun egg-hunt simulator if you're really in a chipper mood and you don't know the area, but you're kind of limited to your yard if you don't have an accommodating data plan, and once you've gone to the same general area, you notice its tropes and spawn points, which immediately takes put the fun because now there's only about two working places to look for one kind of Farking crawly little bastard. Maybe two, if it's a particularly big/diverse yard, but I think our yard is above average in magnitude, even for rural areas, so I'm guessing most people'll find only one kind of bubble for one kind of thing in their general lifespace.

I sure wouldn't have kept a Pokemon game where I couldn't get past the first grass patch. Sure, I could blame it on me being a lazy bastard, but my entire area for miles around is the first grass partch, except things only twiddle about once every 5 hours or so unless you're spawn-camping the little bubble in which those ungodly brown sky-chickens are shat from the deepest bowels of Aztec Hell.

So, to answer Tim's question,
What kind of Jigglypuff doesn't have Sing?
A jigglypuff from Farking Pokemon Go.
(Actually, the first wild one I caught in a real pokemon game didn't have sing until I taught it to them. I instinct way knew this was wrong because it went against everything Smash had taught me. BUT THAT'S BESIDE THE POINT THIS GAME SUCKS!)

Media & Mayhem / Re: Pokemon Go
« on: July 13, 2016, 05:49:58 pm »
Nope... You may want to actually get some basic info first...

I have basic info. I've seen the game. You can make in-app purchases of smelly jelly, which I can only imagine Farks over people with less money, but I've never seen it used with other players within 3 square miles. And you can also purchase more balls, which allow you to keep playing the game, basically, because there's nothing else to do but catch shit when no one else plays.

Apparently, this is how it works, from my experience.
>Friend comes over, says PG is awesome.
>Spend an eternity waiting for connection with GPS.
>Play MTG.
>Finally starts, his phone needs to be recharged.
>Charge phone, continue doing other things.
>Walk outside. Follow vague non-directions because pokemon are supposedly in the area.
>Walk for an hour throughout massive rural landscape.
>Apparently Pidgey, my least favorite pokemon in all of ever, spawns in a corner of my yard once every 3 hours. Zubat, my other least favorite pokemon, lives in my neighbor's woods somewhere. Next time I go that way, I'll have to bring a flamethrower. Obnoxious bastards.
>Another hour. The only creature that was remotely interesting was a purple dildo snake.
>Spend another hour walking to town, because, my friend assures me, town is where all the Pokemons go!... Because Pokemon are the opposite of real animals, apparently!
>We are greeted by a long list of repettitive D-Listers in alleyways and streetcorners, not unlike town in real life.
>Friend has to go home now. It was an afternoon poorly wasted.

But, I guess, if you live in a city, or a settlement of reasonable bigness, shit will show up in your house, judging from the amount of "Wait a tick, this isn't right..." vibes I've been getting from my friend. The number of pokemon per acre drops to ridiculous levels whenever there's free acres to run around in, and I could have infinitely more success playing inside pokemon, and actually playing a game, rather than walking around in public poking this embarrassing app. (And it is embarrassing, when you're the only ones doing it. I pity the fools in small towns who do this shit.) So, in my case, and probably the case of hundreds of other people, there's no point in having the game. The only thing you can do is incredibly slow, un-rewarding, and boring without money enhancements, and there's nothing you can do with these pokemon unless you go out, move to some building or other, and then challenge a bunch of people who've been at it longer than you to a battle. Not even directly, you just throw critters at the building, and any critters they've stuck to it will fight back, supposedly. How wonderful that the only gyms available are miles away. Woo hoo.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Pokemon Go
« on: July 13, 2016, 11:53:00 am »
Um. It's free.

So then it'll be full of ads and shit encouraging you to pay forever while you wait hours instead? Still really not my idea of a good time. I can get a Pokemon game that people around me actually play for free too.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Pokemon Go
« on: July 12, 2016, 11:56:09 pm »
When the day comes that I can use superpowered animals as personal mafia drones to one-man goldfarm millions from the hands of eager children, then I'll be excited. Until then, the prospect of paying in order to wait an hour to look for shitty pokemon that may or may not actually be in reach or even in walking range for the sake of possibly battling the two other people in town who're actually into this shit does not interest me.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: June 25, 2016, 02:50:27 pm »
Hey McDonald's has Powerpuff girls happy meal toys ?!

Is there a new ppg thing happening?

(Please don't let it be a travesty like what they did to Teen Titans)

I think they made a new cartoon with Anime Transformation sequences, and from that alone I think it might be a TTG slaughter fest.

Media & Mayhem / Re: The Martian
« on: June 20, 2016, 11:36:40 am »
And it was funny.  You hardly ever see a survival-type story with that much humor.

Well, there was that one movie with Harrison Ford about a plane trip in Hawaii that went sour, but that seemed a little bit more like a mishmashed 90s thing that couldn't decide whether it wanted to be a survival story, an action movie, a rom-com, or a soap opera episode about magazine journalism, so having comedy in the survival part was probably par for the course.

Media & Mayhem / Re: The Martian
« on: June 19, 2016, 10:59:56 pm »
Ah man, it's the best. The most instantly likable protagonist I've seen in a while.

I gave you Yoda rolling a Star-Joint and disgraced a beautiful Hitler song for you. My obligation has been fulfilled.

Media & Mayhem / Re: A Serious Question
« on: June 14, 2016, 09:18:56 pm »
Yeah. It's salt and caramel, which is already the balls, plus hot peppers and crunchiness, which is why takis are the balls in the first place.

Media & Mayhem / Re: A Serious Question
« on: June 14, 2016, 06:33:04 pm »
Takis dipped in Caramel, anyone?

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: June 10, 2016, 12:48:55 pm »
I got through like, 3 episodes before I had to stop. Main character is OP with no explanation besides he's OP. Not even the fun kind of OP either.

I like the abridged version better.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: June 07, 2016, 01:27:05 pm »
Received an email from whom I am assuming is a member of this site. [Redacted]@hotmail or something along those lines asking if I had room in my RE campaign for another player.

Does anyone k ow who this is? Ive emailed them back a few times but no response.

Ooh, RE? Which one?
Maybe spending ten years trying to find a way to hook my gamecube up to the internet will finally serve an actual purpose!

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: June 06, 2016, 01:38:33 pm »

I was April Fooled 2 months too late... And it still hurts...

Media & Mayhem / Re: A song of Ice and Fire (A game of thrones)
« on: June 04, 2016, 10:45:12 pm »
It was good. Then I realized that I could experience pretty much the same thing in Warband. I've been conquering Calradia bit by bit ever since.

Media & Mayhem / Re: What are ya listening to?
« on: June 03, 2016, 11:25:08 pm »
Just realized...

AC/DC sounds like soft-spoken thrash metal when you play it at double speed. If you get tired of one song, you can speed it up, and it'll be something that sounds entirely different. Usually, it just sounds like a sped-up song, but AC/DC just fits into it very well.

Media & Mayhem / Re: What are ya listening to?
« on: May 16, 2016, 08:57:51 pm »
Burning beard!? That sounds insanely difficult, it has, like, this sudden swing to its tune and bassline!

Media & Mayhem / Re: What are ya listening to?
« on: May 16, 2016, 07:25:14 pm »
These guys singing a folk song I heard on Prairie Home Companion:

A punk band singing about taking Drugs and going to Disneyland:

He's not actually an ordinary guy, despite his very clear insistence...:

Mandatory Jimi:

A funky singer and his choir erupting into song to subtly let you know that it's time to JUST PASS THE DAMN BONG ALREADY:

A sexy Scot lets you know that he will NEVER stop hitting on you, dammit:

I won't let Peter Griffin ruin this one for me, try as he might:

Noir Standoff Shit:

Man asking for sex, despite his serious disease... In fact, that's one of his selling points...:

Ancient Beats:

Huh... I guess this is in here too...:

And also Clutch. A shit ton of Clutch.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: May 12, 2016, 11:10:00 am »
It's a troll quote getting all the big guys with masks confused. "Bane" is paraphrasing Lord Humungus' speech from Road Warrior.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: May 12, 2016, 10:32:49 am »
Feeling proud of this one:

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: May 10, 2016, 01:01:49 pm »
Hey, guys...

Have you... Have you heard about Trans-ablism yet? It's a new thing. All the edgy kids are doing it.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: May 10, 2016, 11:50:50 am »
The point of separate bathrooms is so nobody gets exposed to parts they don't have. If your trouser trout is convex or concave, you go to that room. It shouldn't be a problem. The only people dying on this hill are SJWs who are probably neither transgender nor actually, legitimately depressed and/or have chronic pain and/or PTSD, who want to feel PC-justified by fighting this "Symbolic" battle. An actual pre-op transgender person probably spends about 30 minutes in a bathroom per day, 2 hours tops, maybe only 10 of those minutes they will spend in a segregated public bathroom. If you feel oppressed by that, you probably don't have that many other things to get upset about. There are better arguments you could be having.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Saints row
« on: May 02, 2016, 08:18:49 am »
GTA, but with gangster sim elements thrown in.

GTA, but you pretty much become the ultimate, city-owning Batman Villain.

Tried desperately to be Saints Row IV, they cut everything, though, and it sucked.

Pretty good superpower sim. Like a Don-Quixote-style parody of modern video games.

Gat outta Hell:
2 & 1/2 hours of you not really getting to play as your own character and them trying to force you to care about Gat, who I, personally, didn't think was that funny since he first showed up, but hey, more absurd weapons and shit.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: April 19, 2016, 07:04:39 pm »
Wait a minute... that's not a katana... more like a type of sabre...  ???

It's a medieval Cavalry Shank from Russia, according to google images, but I can see it for what it really is.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Hey Gaaaamergaaate~!
« on: April 13, 2016, 06:39:48 pm »
I would love to do a European Sword fighting course! I have loads of old blades lying around here, including a 6 ft claymore with boar guards. There are some nifty YouTube vids on stuff you can do with them.

On the Eastern side, I have fiddled around with Haidong Gumdo (a Korean sword art) and have a giant no-dachi, which is completely awesome, yet totally useless for the sport haha! (Now, if I have to unhorse anyone in the near future, then I am well prepared...)  ;D

I think your claymore might actually an anti-cavalry/anti-spear sword. Claymores usually weren't any longer than a 4th grader because they were supposed to be two-handers that could be used for (defensive-ish) close-quarters combat in a pinch, I think. (Hence the leather grip/blunt edges on the bottom of the blade) Skallagrim's demonstrated that you can use normal two-handed swords for close quarters combat by half-swording and bashing and stuff, but I guess the Claymore works better because you can get more use out of the crossguard and therefore armor-prying and grappling techniques that were taught, instead of improvised/unoptimized movesets while you try to get in the good range again. But I'm no expert, I just listen to the theories of some experts on youtube and google.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Hey Gaaaamergaaate~!
« on: April 12, 2016, 08:28:22 pm »
Nice! Linky is not working for me, though.

Tried getting the link to work, but it just doesn't seem to. It's a list of sword treatises from Thearma. I usually read the viking Sagas, because they're entertaining, and some of the straight-up "Manual" manuals are kind of like reading about how to make mouth noises. I don't associate/translate instructional words to physical actions that well.

Community Conversation / Re: Astounding revelations
« on: April 12, 2016, 08:27:35 am »
Now that you've changed your pic, it begs the old question...

Is that your girlfriend or your sister?

Community Conversation / Re: Astounding revelations
« on: April 11, 2016, 07:19:05 pm »
Just because Drak had a new one, and this one is just so much sexier amirite guyz

It's the best!

Media & Mayhem / Re: Hey Gaaaamergaaate~!
« on: April 11, 2016, 06:38:27 pm »
There's an 'unarmed' game dev who can't be doxed or SWATed, though! ^_^

Do you actually do sword-stuff, Sent? If so, what kind? I've never actually trained with anything sharp, it's been all waster, boffer, & foil so far. I did once have Elizabeth Moon show me how to hold a rapier... but again, a practice weapon of the not-sharp sort.

I have an older cousin of a friend who works as an actor/stunt guy for Medieval Times. He brings home old/blunted/broken stage and reenactment swords and sometimes tells us stuff about them, (usually when he thinks we're going to hurt ourselves by accident) but the extent of my knowledge on swords comes from Lindybeige and the free stuff you find around here. I don't understand any of the finer points, and my muscle memory isn't good enough to get down any higher form of fightery other than basic/obvious shit, but I get the theoretical uses for things like all the different guards. My area of expertise is hitting things that are thrown at me, though. Usually old basketballs and bike helmets. As awesome as wielding a two-hander would be in most other circumstances, and something I would actually love to do, I'm afraid its much lamer one-handed Espada counterpart is more practical when Farking up an attempt to play baseball. Those are the only two kinds of swords they seem to use at MT, but I'm not complaining, I get to play swords with my friend and his cousin.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Hey Gaaaamergaaate~!
« on: April 11, 2016, 03:33:52 pm »
In the same way there's no feminist cabal plotting to steal my video games, I doubt that there are armed gangs patrolling the street looking for uppity game devs.

But aren't Ducky Swords the new Switchblades?

You can't tell me this is the only place where homies with beef work it out during a Gentleman's duel. Even I've partaken in a duel before! I've Farked up people's shit with a sword before! No ceramics and/or sportsballs and/or large fruits/vegetables are safe from my wrath, no matter what speed they happen to be travelling at!

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: April 11, 2016, 11:21:13 am »
Only 1 bloodgroove? Dissapointing

It's difficult to pour folded steel into a cast with more than one blood groove without splattering, and thus ruining the edge.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: April 11, 2016, 08:33:47 am »
Holy shit, guys!
I found a Blood Groove Katana!

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: April 11, 2016, 08:31:17 am »
The worst part is, it all melted after 10 minutes, so it just looked like it rained.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Hey Gaaaamergaaate~!
« on: April 11, 2016, 08:24:49 am »
What the balls!? Gamergate is a street gang!? I WAS NOT PREPARED FOR THIS!

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: April 10, 2016, 07:39:28 pm »
On April 1st, we had sunny hail. Then it melted. Then we had cloudy-ass hailstorms. On April 2nd, it was a full, foggy, white-out blizzard up until noon. Then it stopped for a while. Then it snowed in sheets again. Then we had sunny hail. Then we had sunny snow. Then we had a blizzard. Then it returned to straight, mostly clear blue-sky, sunny-as-Fark snow.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Hey Gaaaamergaaate~!
« on: March 30, 2016, 08:57:54 pm »
Anyone who continues to doubt my ability to kick your ass IF and ONLY IF necessary... if cordially invited to Haven at Diva's of Noho, this Friday. Back corner. 18+, apparently. Again. I may or may not be there, as my other responsibilities permit.

A person always has the right to change their mind.

Wait a second, are we gamergate? Are you required to kick our asses in order to deter the other gamergate minions that we are thus far unaware of? Do people know whether they're gamergate or not, or do they have to be purged individually by people who for-sure aren't gamergate to save their non-souls? Are we challenged to a goth dance battle? Are heterosexuals allowed to join this dance battle or will we have to remain ambiguous in order to get in? Is this a dance battle? Shall we band together under the flag of Totila and make war with the preppy Roman posers!?

I have no serious idea what this post means, and it bothers me. But Gothic warfare would be nice right now. Or not, actually. A medieval dance battle, on the other hand...

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: March 30, 2016, 10:38:35 am »
It's not about the gameplay, really, other than the fact that it's an MMO about spaceninjas, but rather that ever since warframe, big companies have been bandwagoning on the Spaceninja idea/aesthetic with whores like Destiny and Overwatch.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Hey Gaaaamergaaate~!
« on: March 29, 2016, 10:02:30 pm »
Waaaait a second, didn't you say skirts or something made your skin crawl whenever you were the one wearing them? Something doesn't add up. I'm calling bullshit. You photoshopped your face onto whoever that is.  ;D

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: March 29, 2016, 06:54:54 pm », it's always a little weird to find one's issues reflected in fiction. By name, no less. Even if the issue's swapped and the pronouns are, too.

Fun to hear the gossip on the Scary Zombie Show (that I don't watch or play). Still hoping zombies will give way to Something Else soonish. Even the true fans have to feel like they're a little overplayed, right? Or is "human shaped monster" just fun forever? >_<

Human Shaped Monsters will be fun forever. Mankind has ruined itself, but also survived in part because of its ability to make enemies with itself. In the old days, there were monsters, and everyone who had beliefs that weren't yours was a heretic, or a witch, which is just a more corporeal form of demon when you consider all the shit that poorly educated peasants with wild imaginations will come up with. The Native Americans have the Wendigo, the Japanese have all kinds of vaguely humanoid things, the Europeans have vampires and werewolves, everyone has a witch or sorceror by some other name, and then there was the dirty Hun, and then there was the dirty Nazi, and now that we all have the ability to research our shit and realize that mostly everyone involved in wars is being an enormous asshole, our modern equivalent is the humble zombie.

Humanity should be able to make enemies. The ability for the brain to comprehend the concept protects us from dangerous animals and dangerous people, or things that just negatively impact the quality of our lives. The problem is, we're very defensive, so we seek enemies out, and it's sort of become a need for us. There was a Wild West Movie a long time ago where they let the bad guy live or something, because the people needed a villain in order to keep everyone rallied together and stop the frontier communities from falling apart. That's another thing monsters do, whether it's for entertainment purposes or from genuine fear, a monster brings people together, just as well and as quickly as a meal or a fantastic conversation*, and Zombies are like the universal monster, because unless you can cure them from their fully zombified state, you can battle them with reckless abandon and no moral qualms.

*Case in Point: Warrior Cats. Never before in site history have Aman and Naru been on the same team. Against Warrior Cats, that is...

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: March 29, 2016, 10:56:05 am »
I agree with both assessments, which is to say I'm also bad at FPS, & also Blizzard is, as they say, a 'working' woman. I've just decided that if my ENTIRE OFFICE is going to be playing a game, I want in. Early enough to kick everyone's ass. So this is our TF2 replacement, basically. ^_^

Wait, your office is trading out a mostly free, well-designed, moderately balanced teamwork simulator for a self-stacking Spaceninja pyramid of eternal climbing and downward pissing!? I mean, I know it's a more accurate representation of what actually happens in the workplace, but with the mount of salty tactics that kind of MMO encourages, you'll all be wishing you could still play TF2 eventually! Granted, TF2 is also full of salt and trollancy in pub servers, but if you have a good group together, I.E. an office with people you know....

Gaben will win in the end. He always does... Assuming you can get it on steam, he probably already has...

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: March 29, 2016, 10:27:35 am »
Ohhhhh. Yeah, okay. Thought it was a TF2 joke. XD

Aaanyway, anyone else psyched for Overwatch? I'm waffling, but will probably just get the 'cheap' version. Been spending too much on things like the special addition of The Quiet Year. Worth it, but... yeah. Gotta keep my spending to a dull roar.

I dunno. It looks to be yet another infinite online Spaceninja Massive Multiplayer number-puncher riding in on the coattails of Warframe's """""""success""""""". If I'm going to go on a spaceninja quest with other players, I'd much rather play the one where I can give in to my crippling MMO farm addiction in ways cheaper than cocaine. Besides, coming from a company like Blizzard? They've always rigorously adhered to the First Law of MMOs, the bigger the company gets and the longer the game lasts, the more eager it will become to completely and utterly whore itself out for money. E.G. Runescape, Roblox, WoW, DOTA, The very concept of Evolve and MQFEL... Granted, they're still fun to play, but it gets really cringey with completely stupid/inane things, and/or things that used to be alright require godawful amounts of time and effort to get without money's assistance, and/or there are ads, and/or, in the worst case, it becomes a pay-to-win. Either way, it all detracts from the experience and eventually ruins the game for me.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Hey Gaaaamergaaate~!
« on: March 29, 2016, 08:39:45 am »
The picture won't load on the device I'm presently stuck with, so I'll just have to assume that you're the badass Sigourney Weaver-Margaret Thatcher-looking amalgamation in your profile pic for now.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: March 28, 2016, 12:57:56 pm »
Ahahah, you guys crack me up. For reals. XD

But what's "the" hat? I know TF2 only indirectly, but my coworkers play it like twice a day, so they're all pretty damn good. I'm hoping to get in on the gaming action as we switch to Overwatch.

Killa posted a picture of an Asian guy with an awesome hat tied onto his head with some sort of hemp rope, and we all instantly knew it was Coins.

Community Conversation / Re: Community Conversation
« on: March 25, 2016, 09:08:58 pm »
Aeon can't RP with us?

I'm sure he can still RP with us, he just can't play Twister over skype anymore.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Hey Gaaaamergaaate~!
« on: March 25, 2016, 03:59:11 pm »
There be monsters out there on the internet, Morgan! It's not really an irl societal thing, it's not really a group in and of itself. From what I heard, it was just a bunch of sociopaths on 4chan being sociopaths on 4chan because 4chan is Farking sociopathic and autistic fueled by internalized rage at their own useless, impotent, and horrifically entitled beings. And apparently one woman who makes video games sometimes dated one such sociopath, and didn't know how to respond to mass rage, and there began the biggest argument ever had under the guise of "ethics in video game journalism" wherein people realized that, big surprise, critics are biased. They are not the only horrifying side of the internet, and gamergate is not something that really highlights gender issues, it highlights human issues. Sure, there are sucky, misogynistic corners of the internet, sure, there are people that shut down goth nights at gay bars(?) but those are not the only sucky people. Everyone who is anyone on the internet is at risk of being attacked by extremists. That's just the way it is. On the other side of the spectrum, somebody was almost literally bullied to death by people who were upset about the fact that she made fan-art wrong. There was a guy who made an awkward video on the internet and is now receiving death threats because one guy made a "cringe reaction video" in response. Hell, there's even Chris-Chan, as un-sympathetic a figure as that racist idiot may be, he has been receiving death threats and all manner of irl harrassment since the dawn of his internet career. Hell, name a webcomic made by any male or female person that's been viewed by more than a thousand people, and you'll find that there are also a sea of people who personally hate their guts because they put something up on the internet that they don't like.

It's not a matter of sticking it to some vicious, monolithic organization that made a big enough stink to get mentioned on the news one time, though that may be your motivation, all this is about putting your face up on some corner of the internet and hopefully avoiding the opinionated hydra swarm of people who are just hateful in general. We aren't politicians here, and we aren't >moderately famous media makers. We're people who post on a small writing site and play games on forums. There will certainly not be a horde of stalkery beasts any time soon. And if there is, I'll eat all three of my tf2 hats.

Community Conversation / Re: Running a farm for the rest of the week
« on: March 24, 2016, 03:35:32 pm »
I've often found that roosters are the little assholes. I could hang out with most of the chickens I've met all day, though, with few exceptions.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Car? Car!
« on: March 24, 2016, 10:49:45 am »
I'm pretty sure one of my friends drives a subaru legacy. (Judging from google images) They're pretty nice cars with nice interiors, and they feel pretty roomy too.

Man, it was a piece of junk, but it was my piece of junk.

Felt the same way about my first personal computer, and every sonic game I ever owned when I was young and starry-eyed.

Community Conversation / Re: Running a farm for the rest of the week
« on: March 23, 2016, 10:56:06 am »
Chickens are the best. They're like tiny R2-D2's made out of rubber and pipe-cleaners.

Media & Mayhem / Re: New music by me
« on: March 06, 2016, 09:36:59 pm »
I love the steely sound of the guitar, man. Shit was sick.

I agree with Playa about the beginning, the riff was great, but it was kinda off because sometimes you would hold the note at a particular point or stop it for the same amount of time and go over to the next part indifferently.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: March 03, 2016, 10:54:14 am »
^ what's scary about that is the people out there that get all hot and bothered from seeing it...

I could understand MLC porn more than the 'regular' variant. I mean, at least there's tentacles.

Media & Mayhem / Re: Mayhem Thread
« on: February 29, 2016, 12:23:52 pm »
Nah, they should have good WiFi so you can game more and they ensure you are looked after as they need you 'level' for the tests so think of it as a week long holiday where you get fed, get free WiFi and usually get to wear snazzy blue gowns that are sure to be all the rage in 10 years

You can also get them to install a modem in your head for an extra $60. Granted, you do look like an H.R. Giger painting afterward, but you'll get 4 bars in the Sahara for no additional cost. *sigh* Decisions decisions...

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