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avatar Tetsu0 4 comments | 18th March 2018, 01:14 AM

As an American, I don't know a lot about the other cultures of this world. But what I do know, is that during the weekend of Saint Patrick's Day, in the United States, everybody is Irish.

This holiday might not make sense to a lot of people, but in the United States, the idea is to get drunk with Irish whiskey and beer, eat Irish food, and have a lot of fun.

Quite frankly, it's my favorite holiday.

Everybody wears green, everybody gets together and Cooks good food, brings good beer, and we all have a lot of fun drinking for no reason, other than some silly holiday that says hey... We should all drink and have fun.

Anyway, TWHL, all of you have been great to me, and I wish you a happy Saint Patrick's day, and I hope you all have enjoyed some delicious beverages, enjoyed some delicious food, and I have had a fantastic night/ weekend.

avatar DiscoStu 13 comments | 15th March 2018, 18:54 PM

I had been considering the acquisition of new computer equipment.

But there's one thing I had completely forgotten: Windows 7 will refuse to run on Skylake processors or newer. Seeing as I'll be forced to go to Windows 10 (or, okay, Linux) and I can only find negative opinions online, I figured I'd ask those who have more experience with it: Is it still an awful mess of half-assed design? Has it seen any improvement?

Stojke is not welcome to post here. Everybody else, your experiences or comments are welcome.

avatar The Mad Carrot 9 comments | 8th March 2018, 22:53 PM

For frick sake, life, quit taking people that I care for away from me!

avatar DiscoStu 7 comments | 8th March 2018, 06:28 AM

This is a followup to an older journal post.

I decided to finally do something and got me a 1TB WD Blue.

I knew I didn't want to lose several days of work doing a clean Windows install followed by hunting down drivers and installing all the stuff I already had, so I decided to take a different route - cloning the old drive into the new one.

I looked into the suggestions posted and also had a look out there in the vastness of the internet. It looked like dd was an easy enough option.

I borrowed my dad's desktop and plugged both drives to it (and unplugged his because it didn't have any more SATA cables). Booted up a Linux Mint live disc and thought, why not use GParted? So that's what I did instead. I copied all the partitions into the new drive with GParted, set the same boot flags, put the disk back in the laptop and... nothing. A measly blinking cursor welcomed me.

Five hours of messing with it later, turns out it was failing because I didn't copy the MBR. So I copied it using dd and NOW I FINALLY HAVE A WORKING DRIVE.

So if anybody finds themselves in need of doing this too*, here's a summary of the process:

1. Plug both drives into the same computer
2. If said computer doesn't have Linux on it already, boot a live disc.
3. Run GParted, triple check which drive is your original drive and which drive is your target drive.
4. Copy every single partition from the original drive into the new drive.
5. Make sure the boot flag is set in the exact same partition (and any other flags the original drive may have). This still won't boot yet because the MBR hasn't been copied.
6. The MBR is located at the first 512 bytes of the drive. Assuming your original drive is /dev/sda and your target drive is /dev/sdb (otherwise replace accordingly), fire up the console and copy it with this command: dd if=/dev/sda of=/dev/sdb bs=512 count=1
7. Put the new drive back in the target computer and leave the old drive in the back of a drawer until the end of time.

After this I only booted up Windows from the new drive and created a new partition in the unused space. Now the most I have to do is move some files over to balance the free space. The great thing is that the new drive is a lot quieter than the old one! Noise drives me mad.

As a side bonus, I now have a complete backup of the entirety of my files on this computer including Windows up until today.

I may also move my Steam installation to the other partition. Haven't decided yet.

*I'm also writing it here to save myself a future search.

avatar Snehk 8 comments | 5th March 2018, 17:14 PM

My grandma had died last Saturday night, the funeral was yesterday. Being a hard case of stoicism, I'd mostly emotionally coped with the loss, even though just yestrday I was about to break down and cry. Yet still, memories and thoughts remain and seemingly start to haunt me.

Three weeks ago when she was taken to hospital, I had decided to stop working on anything related with writing or development for some time, to let the steam off. But the more I tried to suppress creative processes ongoing in my mind, the more painful thoughts I received. In effect, I started writing a book, greatly changed and improved lore and setting of my game project and thought over concept arts and OST for it, and came up with numerous ideas for my Darkmod fan mission.

I've never been so moved, brooding and nostalgic, yet so motivated and ready to act in my entire life. As if creativity was the best way for me to cope with anything bad coming my way.

avatar Striker 7 comments | 1st March 2018, 20:46 PM

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From Romania, with love.

avatar SourceSkyBoxer 12 comments | 28th February 2018, 19:13 PM

Hello my dear friends and beknowns,

I am sorry for that. I leave Steam network now.

Because Valve Software was not original cowboy - just is relative of Russians because they love hackers - If I report and tell to stop hacking everything..

Than bad moderator from steam community didn't say me. Thanks! I caught that bad.

Thanks for everything - I cancelled mapping with Half-Life and Source Engine. I really don't like they hurt me.

I am sorry for consternation.

avatar DiscoStu 13 comments | 26th February 2018, 02:59 AM


avatar Admer456 12 comments | 23rd February 2018, 21:16 PM

0010 0011 . 0000 0010 . 0010 0000 0000 0010
0010 0011 . 0000 0010 . 0010 0000 0001 1000



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10 (used to be 0F until today)

(have some respect, I did the conversions mostly in my head, rest in Notepad :P)

avatar DiscoStu 4 comments | 21st February 2018, 19:08 PM

As a follow up to my recent journal, here's what I'm arriving at.

I decided I will acquire new equipment soon. Some people suggested I go for AMD setup but it appears to be less available than Intel gear. So after considering my options and seeing what's available near me, I am considering the following setup:

Processor: Intel i5-7400 3.0GHz (7th gen/Kaby Lake) socket 1151
I might go for an i7-7700/4.2GHz but I believe I read somewhere it's generally not worth it. I don't remember what how where or why, so if anyone can point me in the right direction that'd be great because I couldn't find it.

Mobo: ASRock B250M Pro4
(I was offered the other two, but from what I read on several sites this appears to be a better option and it's also available)
Downside: Neither seem to be compatible with 8th gen processors.

RAM: 2x ADATA U-Dimm DDR4 8GB 2400 (for a total of 16GB)
I kept getting offered fancy "gamer" models that cost twice as much just because they're red and have speed stripes and wings and headlights. Thank you, it's a computer not a race car.

Storage: Probably a 1TB WD Blue + a 250GB SSD. "Possibly" a second 1TB drive.

GPU: I haven't yet decided. Suggestions more than welcome. I am also considering dual screens, so anything with two outputs sounds like a good idea. Considering. Depending on whether I can afford it on top of the already crazy number I'm going to spend.
EDIT! I'm leaning towards a GTX1050 because it's the least stupidly-expensive card. FFS graphics cards didn't cost this much the last time I got one!

Power supply: From what I've read this setup should do well with 450-600W.

Case, while I'm at it: Whatever that doesn't have windows and neon lights inside. It's a computer not a strip club FFS

For those knowledged enough in the subject: Does this setup look right? Is there anything that looks blaringly wrong and I should change course ASAP? Do you have any suggestions or alternatives I might have overlooked? Can you help fill in the blanks where I don't know what to get yet?

avatar satchmo 0 comments | 15th February 2018, 08:11 AM

Please help me spread the word for this crowd funding project.

Thank you!

avatar Snehk 2 comments | 14th February 2018, 16:59 PM

The beginning of next semester is getting closer, my break ends at upcoming Monday. I need to vent...

I've been working my ass off as usually when getting back home. I always helped my parents and family overall as much as I could. I'm one of the rare cases of college students that instead of taking money, bring it back home to help out family. It's been tough after my father's surgical operation, but I'm used to much more work, I'm only a bit tired.

However, my gradnma had an effusion today, several hours ago, and it was a really heavy blow. Thank God I'm still on break and was there to help before an ambulance arrived. It was only a weak effusion, but it really scared the shit out of us, especially that my grandma is 86 years old. She's much better now, most of examination turned out great results for her age (which is not weird, she was always active, never needed any medicine and never even stayed in hospital!), but it's not certain whether she'll be alright.

Overtly worrying is really bad for my health (especially stomach), but sometimes it feels like the whole house would fall apart without me...

avatar Instant Mix 3 comments | 6th February 2018, 14:08 PM

Got roped into being the sound operator for an amdram show about 3 days before the dress run, I'm only doing it to save face for the society putting the show on but sorta regretting having to do a mediocre job for the next week and getting paid a sweet, phat sum of £0

At what point does one consider themself good enough at a certain thing to start charging a decent amount of money without being overbearing? I've exactly this same issue when doing posters / graphic for folk, as well as DJing. I know enough to gauge that I'm absolutely not the best at a certain field, so continuously undersell myself because I'm completely unaware of the limit of my abilities and what I'm actually worth / valued at

avatar satchmo 3 comments | 6th February 2018, 12:44 PM

This was Scott eliminating the entire team the other day playing Overwatch.

That makes me a proud daddy!

avatar rufee 3 comments | 5th February 2018, 12:57 PM

Hey guys, remember the good ol' web designs from the 2000's? Yeah me neither or at least not in the way I would like to anyway.

Flashy gifs and horrible color matching aside what I like about the old way of doing things is that everything was small, font, buttons etc... I don't know if that was a result of low resolution 4:3 CRT's that everyone had those days or what, but it somehow leaves me something to desire in today's web designs where everything is blown out of proportion. I understand that mobile exists today and that sort of requires that everything is big.

TWHL is probably the only website I know and visit that still rocks the old design style, but that will change with v4. It's all fine and dandy I'm not here to cry over that :) times change and you need to as well.

Sooo whats this all about then?! I have a little personal/work project I'm working on that could benefit from the "old style" web design, specifically an admin page where you could fit a lot of information w/o having the need to scroll down as much for more. I've seen people using CRM software that looked like it was made in the 90's, tree menus, 12px font everywhere etc.. And it struck me that you can fit a lot of data on a 1080p resolution screen. And you can probably see where I am going with this, if not here's a little hint:

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I'm having a hard time finding inspiration for it and hoping some of you could help me? (pretty please :) )

This also serves as a discussion on web design. Now vs then, likes and dislikes.

avatar sample vodka 1 comment | 5th February 2018, 10:18 AM

Everything have got solution in life, less two things:

The death and download cs_canbunk ;(

avatar Admer456 3 comments | 4th February 2018, 19:18 PM

I guess I've entered the "2 monitors" club.

After realising that my "new" PC was practically worthless except for games in Software mode (until I buy a GT 710 or something for it):

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... I decided to utilise the monitor somehow. I connected the monitor to my laptop via a VGA cable.

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This is so, so good. I wish I had the pleasure of working with 2 monitors before. :]

Honestly, a friend of mine was right: "Once you start using 2 monitors, you can't go back."
Now I see why. :D

avatar UrbaNebula 14 comments | 19th January 2018, 20:29 PM

There's a good chance I may have made another person. Sorry.

Specifically, Jude Morris, my son. Born on the 17th at 06:07 and weighing eight pounds and three ounces after only 32 minutes of labour.

For those not yet making babies, my daughter took nearly 16 hours to appear. 32 minutes is crazy fast...

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avatar satchmo 3 comments | 19th January 2018, 16:10 PM

I just got my son Overwatch, and to my surprise, he picked it up right away, and he's mopping the floor with my dead body in no time.

avatar satchmo 3 comments | 16th January 2018, 21:10 PM

My comment to Captain P's last journal entry, back in 2007.


I know this is ten years late, but I am sorry about your loss.

You may not remember me, but I sure remember you. You were one of my first mapping mentors, patiently going over my level designs and giving me constructive criticisms.

As one life ends, another begins. It was right around the time your mother died when my son was born. Now that he's almost 11 years old.

Anyways, I hope you can come back and visit us sometimes.

avatar Bruce 16 comments | 16th January 2018, 00:08 AM

Peanut butter is what I want to talk about. There was this big journal with no sense in it so I decided to make something meaningful. Well I know this girl and she is all headache. I wanted to either marry her and start making video games or forget her and start making video games. Anything in between is pretty much like being a rockstar with a girlfriend. Now the real star of this journal is peanut butter. Personally I think it rocks, especially with bread. I used to bake bread. Would be cool to grind some peanut butter of my own or even to grow the peanuts. As far as unshelled peanuts go, they are like the most epic snack and sanitary for germophobes too. Unfortunately sometimes a batch of them might taste pretty bad but when they are good, boy they are. They go great with beer too. Although not sure if making video games and beer go hand in hand. At least not both at once. What was I talking about? Women, peanut butter and video games, right. Well, lets make some video games boys & girls then!

avatar Admer456 6 comments | 15th January 2018, 23:33 PM

I'm fairly disappointed. (as always, short content for TL;DR'ers at the end)

In 2013, I told my parents how I decided that I needed to build a new PC. They advised me to have a laptop instead because I can take it anywhere I go. I agreed and we bought a 2012 Fujitsu A512, which is now my brother's laptop.

In 2014, my old PC died (the one with the Ati Radeon HD 4650). It was a bad day for me when I returned home. We got the Fujitsu S7210 after exchanging hardware with a local Internet café owner. I gave it to my brother as a punishment.

In 2015, when I was in 7th grade, my parents promised me a new PC if my GPA is 4.75 or higher. I studied and basically improved in grades a lot compared to 6th grade. My parents were amazed. No new PC, still. I had an R7 250 + AMD A4-6300 machine in mind with 4 GB of DDR3 RAM - something I considered "high end" because it was sooo superior to the laptop I already had (still on the A512 until July).

In the first half of 2016 (8th grade), my parents promised me the new PC if my GPA was just as good as the one last year. It was even better, actually. 4.85
But still, no new PC! Then I had an Nvidia GT 730 in mind, then the RX 460 as the year was ending.

In 9th grade, they promised me (and swore to God, which is a HUGE deal here) that they would buy the new parts if my GPA was 5 point FREAKING 0. I was surprised and a bit overwhelmed at first, but as soon as the second semester came in, things were easy as cake and I knew I'll have that sweet, perfect GPA of 5.0. And I did. My mum cried when she saw the grades report and nothing but 5's (A's) on it. "General success - excellent (average 5.0)"
I was even part of the "School's Pride" group of students.
Guess what. Nothing happened. However, I did collect about 70% of the budget for the PC, even after my parents "borrowed" half of my money that year.

In my 1st year of high school and first semester, my parents promised me the new PC if my GPA is at least 4.5 (which is the lower limit for the "excellent" status).

And I did. I even did a bit better, with a GPA of 4.57. I mean, it's high school, of course they were expecting me to drop in grades like this.

And then, I had about 90% of the budget and I decided to buy whatever percentage of the parts I can, but then... they borrowed yet another 200 KM from me.

4 promises. 4 big promises. 2 of which had relatively extreme conditions.
All broken.

And then my aunt came to a visit and mentioned me that I'll get a PC for free which she bought in 2012 for 2000 KM (1000€). I was super excited, thinking it would have a GTX 660 and an Intel Core i5 4th gen CPU.
But, instead it was an HP Compaq dc7600C Convertible Minitower equipped with a Pentium 4 640, Ati Radeon X1050/600/300 (one of those), 512MB RAM and a whopping 80GB Western Digital hard drive. It also has 2 DVD drives and a floppy drive.

Turns out someone posted the article on Pik (take it as a Bosnian eBay) back in the day and wrote the original price from the time the PC was manufactured (2005).

I seriously need to do something as I keep getting more excited and excited every time they mention the new PC, and then I get disappointed because it never happens. I'm convinced it's my own fault because I hardly ever speak to my parents about the PC, because I believe I'd annoy them that way. Oh boy, that needs to change.

Also, don't post "Get a job" because it's not going to help. I collect and save money over the years, and for all these 5 years of waiting and getting money for my new PC, my parents just "borrowed" (more like took) most of it.

At the moment, I have a bit more than 700 KM, which *should* be enough for the CPU and the GPU, though I'd rather wait and buy the GPU much later, since there was a jump in prices recently. I guess I could get the processor for 360 KM, the PSU for 60-80, the motherboard for 230 KM I believe, and let my parents "borrow" the rest of the money there's left.

Of course, I know that my parents will pay their little debt off someday. I can understand their situation right now. They have their own needs and problems. I'm not mad or anything, but I consider this a bit unfair.

Though, at they don't owe me nearly as much as they used to. :)
I mean, it's just 300 KM, I'm sure they will return it someday. I just don't like this concept of an "ATM machine son" which I'm currently being treated as. I'm wondering if I should just stop letting them borrow money from me because when they do, it's quite literally always at the worst possible moment.

My Nazi classmate was right. I should've taken most of the PC right when I collected 90% of the budget, and then collect some more and buy the remaining part or two... I had a chance, but I missed it just because my parents asked me "Isn't it too early to get one, though?"

And then my dad believes it's not worth spending money on new computer cases. He surely knows about computer hardware, but nothing past 2007, LOL. He believes there's also no need to get a PSU since it already comes with the case. Pfft. Be glad I'm not applying interest rates for your credit.

Oh well, I guess I should be more of a rebel next time I have the chance. My passiveness ruined a lot of chances I had before. Only now it started to hurt.
Worst of all, my parents just keep asking me "Why not a laptop instead of a desktop computer?" BECAUSE A LAPTOP WITH THE SAME SPECS WILL COST 2.5X MORE THAN THE DESKTOP PC IN THIS SHITHOLE OF A COUNTRY AND FOR THE SAME PRICE THE LAPTOP WOULD HAVE 33% OF THE PERFORMANCE THE PC CAN HAVE and I don't need that much power while I'm on the move. A PC is also more upgradeable than a laptop and modern laptops tend to break after a few years, unlike my trusty, 11-year-old Fujitsu S7210.

(sorry for all-caps, that question just drives me crazy. I'm going to tell the same answer but in a very calm tone if my parents ask me that)

Well, I guess I'll just sleep now. I wrote more than enough already. Oh hey, TL;DR:

- I've been waiting to build my 'dream' PC for 5 years already
- my parents have promised it 4 times (2 of which had relatively extreme conditions, like getting absolutely perfect grades), broke the promise every time
- I've collected enough money, but didn't buy the PC when I should've, as my parents asked me if it's too early to buy it
- over the next few months, my parents treated me as a living ATM machine
- my aunt gives me her HP Compaq dc7600 for free, but having told me it's from 2012 and that it costed 2000 KM back then
- I'm quite disappointed because I didn't buy the PC on time (and by my aunt's PC, but I can't blame her, as she wasted lots of money on a somewhat worthless rustbucket and didn't know) and now I'm looking forward to change from passive to active mode

Worst of all, the computer's graphics card is pretty much dying, as there are visual artifacts on the screen before freezing the computer.
Lol, I guess I should ask my classmate to give me some of that DDR2 RAM he saved from his old PC, and that Ati Radeon HD 3650 which he also had (pfft, now he's got a GTX 1060 3GB + AMD R5 1500X PC, so he doesn't care).
2018 started in an interesting way. We'll see how it goes.

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I'm just afraid the HD 3650 won't work well with it. Eh, it's good to have it around, in any case. Alternatively, I'll probably get a low-end Nvidia GT 610 or 710 because that's all this thing needs. A nice, little GPU which doesn't need a great PSU. x3

avatar Soup Miner 77 comments | 13th January 2018, 06:20 AM

The bible says, "Men work until they turn to dust, and women birth children." I was lucky enough to be raised in a Methodist house, a denomination that emphasizes practical, down-to-earth lessons over literal interpretations of the bible. I have a son these days, and the more I live in America, the more I notice that his life as a man is going to be wrought with confusion and frustrations.

From personal experiences and the experiences of others, I believe I've come to understand trends in the human condition about the "natural order", or gender dynamics as they like to call it now. Societies have evolved, and are evolving, much faster than the human brain itself, and these developments have come with a certain disrespect for the basic instincts that want to govern our lives. It's no wonder that abstract anxieties are becoming so prominent when civil constructs are constantly advising people to ignore their intuitions. Wild animals get along just fine, but people wake up when they don't want to, perform tasks they don't want to, and stay in positions they don't want to all in the name of "the greater good".

So here we are at a point in time when everyone seems to want to throw opportunities at each other for the sake of "equality". Today everyone believes that everyone has inherent value. And now everyone is so confused, it seems, because nobody wants to--or knows how to--explore the natural order. It's bad and unfair, we've been taught. And something I've learned that has made my life so much simpler, and better, is that it's a unique part of the male condition to become powerful.

It's part of a man's gut behavior to achieve. It is, in reality, achievements that give a man value--the means of acquiring enough resources to build a suitable environment for his mate[s] and his offspring. In nature, men work, because they are disposable by default. They do it instinctively. Women by comparison have enormous inherent value in nature as child bearers--they do not need to achieve in the ways men do. Nowadays it's such a common misconception that "men select women." In reality, a man works to earn and maintain the selection of women--who bear the responsibility of deciding who dies and who gets to keep riding the evolution train, among other responsibilities.

I believe this is something that the fast-evolving world encourages us to ignore--either because it's so widely misunderstood as "bad" or "unfair", or because it isn't in the competitive interest of those that have already achieved so much. As it stands, societies already provide most of what a lone man instinctively wants to acquire: safety, shelter, skills, resources. Women jest, "I don't need a man." The average man has to compete not only with more powerful men, but also with society itself. No wonder so many men are so confused about so many things in civilized life. They are taught that society is their friend, but in many ways it is a competitor--and men of purpose are losing to it all the time.

People are bombarded with this message that life isn't a competition, or that we've moved past those primitive hunter-gatherer days. But it is a competition, and we are still hunter-gatherers. Instead of foraging for berries, we forage for dollars. And instead of fearing lions that would eat us, we fear sharks that would take everything we've earned.

I'm not a Christian, or "spiritual" in any real way, but I believe that the association of the Judeo-Christian god as male is largely because it is men that have the unique drive to build a universe for someone else. I've learned how to distinguish my mind from my gut, and I've learned how valuable and woefully overlooked the gut is. As a man, it is within my power, and indeed my purpose, to dominate and manipulate the very material world itself. I look at my son and have this drive to make him realize that same potential in himself, because I've learned that rest of the world will probably discourage him from just that.

I avoid social medias these days. You'll have to forgive me for dumping these sentiments here of all places. Every day it seems like men are painted slightly worse, and I find myself arguing with the air a lot on my drive home. I suppose I needed to vent to a crowd somehow.

avatar Admer456 6 comments | 12th January 2018, 20:48 PM

I've survived:

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avatar Jessie 12 comments | 9th January 2018, 01:45 AM

First game coming up!

Would people be interested in joining in if I streamed some Jackbox Party Pack 2+3 games out to you all? The key point of which would be that you (yes, you) could play it through the stream via any kind of browser (phone, PC, etc). No purchases or setup required!

I figure best setup would be to stream it out with no input from myself (unless necessary), while we all (including me) watch the stream and hang out in a Discord channel. ( This Discord channel, to be precise.)

I dunno! Thoughts? They're fun games, and there's room for 8 players plus any number of people in the audience who can join in on votes, etc.

avatar Ghost129er 14 comments | 2nd January 2018, 22:15 PM


Too tired to come up with something.

avatar Admer456 1 comment | 31st December 2017, 18:49 PM

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2017 is about to be gone. I know it's super early, but happy New Year. :)

avatar Crollo 4 comments | 25th December 2017, 05:40 AM

tl;dr to this journal is that it (hopefully) serves more purpose to me than it does to anybody reading, but feel free to read if you wish.

So I wrote a long winded journal about addiction & nicotine prior to this one and said I would quit on that day.
Well, I didn't quit nicotine at that time unfortunately, but I did end up doing it a few months later (I made it two months). I ended up in a new job at the end of those two months and started smoking as a result of my coworkers smoking, and even after only a few days of it I was feeling awful so I very quickly swapped it over to vaping.

As glad as I am to know that I can avoid smoking even with the (by now) fully ingrained habits and dependency on nicotine, it's senseless to be consuming nicotine in the first place when I know that I function perfectly (Well, significantly better to be frank) without it. (Vaping being 'safer' is complete and utter meaningless drivel without long term studies anyways, but that's an entirely different can of worms)

So here I am about to embark on my second journey of cold-turkeying the nicotine and hopefully staying off it for good. I'm hoping that publicly stating it in some capacity will increase the likelihood of me holding myself accountable to it rather than trying to commit to it internally and forgoing it because nobody else knows about it, therefore no consequences to breaking it.
2017/12/25 Quit nicotine (2nd attempt)

avatar eukos 6 comments | 4th December 2017, 23:53 PM

Thanks everyone for writing Entity Guides, they helped make happen. So props to the cool dudes at TWHL.

RIP Xylemon/TheCoolGman.

HI Suparsonik.

avatar Jessie 19 comments | 30th November 2017, 00:31 AM


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I will be taking a journey through every map in the Map Vault, from oldest to newest. Who knows what we'll find? (Besides broken links.)
The streams will be run regularly at 12pm Saturday GMT and 10pm Tuesday GMT (with recordings going up here)! Will run for around 2 hours.