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Commented 9 years ago2010-03-16 15:05:57 UTC in journal: #6449 Comment #60576
Does it only accept imperial and not metric? :P
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-16 14:40:09 UTC in journal: #6447 Comment #61899
Luke: You're invited for a sleepover any time.

Jeff: You mean those used in construction sites? I'm not sure I'd be too comfortable to sleep :P
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-15 23:18:58 UTC in journal: #6447 Comment #61898
No shooting I said.
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-15 17:10:37 UTC in journal: #6449 Comment #60575
Huh? What's this? A man without shirt... running away from something meaty... and being bonked in the head with Gman's briefcase?
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-15 16:00:58 UTC in journal: #6447 Comment #61897
Yeah. I prefer none, it's less hair and less shit to clean up from the floor.
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-15 14:45:15 UTC in journal: #6446 Comment #41334
What are you working on?
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-14 23:12:06 UTC in journal: #6445 Comment #51294
ITJ?
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-14 19:29:30 UTC in journal: #6445 Comment #51293
Ah. Less time to wait then :P
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-14 15:48:10 UTC in journal: #6445 Comment #51292
Wow, and I thought I'd be the only one with this in mind.

What's with 2019?

3.141592653... I don't see 2019 there.
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-13 20:03:16 UTC in journal: #6441 Comment #61886
Saw and Sajo - thanks, your words somehow feel to be already helping.

NineTnine: well... yeah, it is. But I deem a completely independent life with no social interaction completely worthless. I value company the most.
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-12 21:25:38 UTC in journal: #6443 Comment #34749
Elevators aren't such a new, rare and innovative technology that you can just dismiss as "omg n00b lol". This goes much deeper into the roots of this man's perception of the world surrounding him. It's amazing how he was unable to notice that the elevator hadn't moved at all and he was still at the ground floor. Especially because the ground floor is always different than the other floors above it.
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-12 21:21:26 UTC in journal: #6441 Comment #61885
"I think it's better to have a few close friends than to have an army of people whom you can't really trust."
I'm already at the point where I can count them with one hand.

Livewire: I guess I don't then. I socialise while at uni. That narrows it down to more cultured and educated friends.
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-12 18:35:35 UTC in journal: #6441 Comment #61884
Tetsu0: Are your friends named Barney? :P

Thanks, to all of you. I don't think my friends are selfish assholes, they just don't seem to be very interested as of late. They do have other friends which they seem to think about.

"Try new things - tone down the computer geek side of you when you're meeting new people."

I doubt I come across as a computer geek for people who don't know me, it's not like I'm talking about C++ all the time. And I tend to reserve the programming/geek jokes for fellow geeks. I'm probably just too boring.

"Try inviting that girl who called on your birthday to something you wouldn't have done before, whether it be a nightclub or a gig - something sociable and public where you can reignite the friendship and meet new people."

I've done that in the past, we've had wonderful times together. However, she seems to have lost interest. She politely declined all my offers in the past 6-8 months, and it's not like I invite her to software security conferences. She'd be the one I'd miss the most if I don't talk to her anymore.

Capt: I did wonder if TWHLers should give a flying fuck. You don't know me, after all. But thanks for caring in a "fellow forum member" way.

I do have a (sort of) new friend, someone in the way to become one, a classmate from uni. But I won't jump to conclusions early.

"Just one of those days, I guess".
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-07 20:30:07 UTC in vault item: Sheer (Demo) Comment #17960
Interesting, but it runs horribly slow on my computer, even with the lowest settings. So I couldn't see much. Can't rate.
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-04 23:28:12 UTC in journal: #6427 Comment #60561
The aliens would just leave out of disgust.

And as geeks, we'd be sorry that we couldn't be friends or learn anything from them.
Commented 9 years ago2010-03-01 17:58:07 UTC in journal: #6423 Comment #63436
I'm once again so happy I chose Architecture over Civil Engineering and Electronics Engineering.

Don't panic over speaking in public. You'll find it's less bad than it looks. I had to do 3 or 4 presentations throughout my 4th year - I absolutely hate speaking in public - and while the first time wasn't particularly good, I learned from others' mistakes as well so my own presentations were improving over time.

As for the rest... well, I can't say much, I chose a wussier career :P

Have fun!
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-28 23:55:26 UTC in journal: #6422 Comment #53520
Have fun!
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-28 12:16:47 UTC in wiki page: func_pushable Comment #101135
Well, what's the point of Hull Size? I find it doesn't affect the bounding box of the object.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-27 15:42:21 UTC in journal: #6415 Comment #61867
Yeah. Fudd was out of stock.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-27 14:19:14 UTC in vault item: dm_poisongarden Comment #17884
Excellent. I'd love to try it in multiplayer (as in, with more than 1 player :P ).
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-26 17:57:29 UTC in vault item: Alternative Origin Comment #17881
LOL very good.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-26 02:55:31 UTC in vault item: (for the cubicle project) TWHL Office Comment #17876
Quite a literal interpretation of the project!

DLing.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-26 02:50:38 UTC in journal: #6415 Comment #61866
Thanks!

@hotdog, that's an interesting dream. And long! At least my dreams tend to be shorter scenes.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-25 19:36:00 UTC in journal: #6415 Comment #61865
Thanks y'all!

I'm a bit tired already from all the cleaning (I'll have guests tonight, on Saturday and on Sunday) but it's been a nice day so far. And the weather is also good :)
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-25 16:07:25 UTC in journal: #6415 Comment #61864
Thanks!

Although I won't make a Harry Potter mod, I may give that map a try, with some extra ideas it might work.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-20 20:11:30 UTC in journal: #6407 Comment #60553
I didn't bring that up!
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-20 17:10:39 UTC in journal: #6407 Comment #60552
Good work! It may need a bit of polishing and some spell checking, but it's a good work.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-20 01:01:04 UTC in vault item: aim_storm Comment #17892
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Whatever, right?
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-19 21:08:54 UTC in journal: #6400 Comment #63570
Please record the session if you do :P
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-19 00:07:22 UTC in journal: #6406 Comment #49034
Cracked? It needs cracking?? I thought it was too old for that.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-18 16:49:15 UTC in journal: #6404 Comment #41315
Is there no way you can fix it?
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-18 16:47:53 UTC in journal: #6402 Comment #61850
I'm writing from behind the UPS now. I can say I was lucky enough to find a box strong enough to support its weight :P
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-18 00:25:22 UTC in journal: #6402 Comment #61849
Suckers, they always do the same with that. Hope it works now.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-17 22:07:23 UTC in journal: #6400 Comment #63569
Some time ago, a friend told me, "I think I've found the woman of my dreams in Omegle".

I haven't stopped laughing yet.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-15 18:41:32 UTC in journal: #6399 Comment #61845
Well I liked it, especially because of its simple premise. Too bad my opinion on it is only shared by a minority (1 out of 5 so far) but I guess that's what I posted this for.

As for Portal, I've never played it. I'd guess most of its attractiveness lies in the new gameplay concept of portal, and it wouldn't be much without it.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-15 15:55:14 UTC in journal: #6398 Comment #39069
Sorry about that.
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Commented 9 years ago2010-02-10 23:18:13 UTC in journal: #6390 Comment #59828
It was probably just a matter of time. Every blind capitalist running those big companies (Sony, Micro$oft, Apple, etc.) has only one policy: You're never making too much money. It's never enough. They'll squeeze every cent they can.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-10 23:15:55 UTC in journal: #6389 Comment #53515
Sorry about that. I hope you have good memories of him.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-04 16:56:52 UTC in journal: #6374 Comment #54117
Haha Tetsu0 is right. You should do that.

Grats on getting recordings done! I don't know what your band does, but I'll be willing to listen to it to find out :P
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-04 16:52:23 UTC in journal: #6372 Comment #61831
I don't. Luckily it dried up faster than I expected it to. I guess I'll put a new carpet when this one starts stinking :P
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-03 21:33:22 UTC in journal: #6372 Comment #61830
Thanks for the ideas. Used the vacuum cleaner already, and opened the window again after it stopped raining. It's almost dried up now, luckily.

I wouldn't turn on the heating at this time of the year just so the carpet dries up. It's hot enough without it.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-03 19:57:23 UTC in journal: #6372 Comment #61829
It is a room-sized carpet glued to the concrete floor.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-03 17:54:10 UTC in journal: #6357 Comment #61821
If anyone cares, I did what potatis said.

if (isrequestvalid())
{
header("location: a.php");
exit();
}

It's just what I needed.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-03 15:13:49 UTC in journal: #6369 Comment #47779
At least we're sure it shouldn't be breathed.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-02 19:48:41 UTC in journal: #6367 Comment #48971
Super! Where can I get one?
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-02 16:28:38 UTC in journal: #6367 Comment #48970
Doesn't look THAT huge, I'm sure you could find a way to house it without much effort. Unless everything else is larger than standard so it doesn't show :P

I like that suitcase-powersupply-testboard thing.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-02 02:32:31 UTC in journal: #6364 Comment #52068
Fuck internet access. It will only divert you from having an awesome trip, you might regret it later.
Commented 9 years ago2010-02-02 02:30:11 UTC in journal: #6367 Comment #48969
What's wrong with the big ass capacitor? Doesn't seem popped. Unless that happened after you took the photo. :P

How did you finally do the tremolo part?