satchmo1 year ago2022-03-28 20:34:56 UTC 2 comments
I co-founded this organization with the project manager of Sister Cities of America, and I created the website this weekend:
Papa Smokes1 year ago2022-03-26 20:08:52 UTC 3 comments
I will probably next to never use this feature but here's my cat
Daburubareru1 year ago2022-03-24 22:40:02 UTC 7 comments
I feel like 2022-2023 will be a good year for the Half-Life modding scene I miss stuff like Frontline Force, Afraid Of Monster, They Hunger, The Specialists and y'know Science And Industry?
A modding re-insurgence would be awesome :3
VeryCoolMoment1 year ago2022-03-18 10:20:38 UTC 8 comments
Hey its that day again (March 18th) so you know what that means :P
Its my birthday!
And i got a macbook (I have to split the money between me and my dad) but its amazing
and i got some clothes but yeah
zAlphii1 year ago2022-03-16 20:22:39 UTC 2 comments
i eated it all
Daburubareru1 year ago2022-03-11 17:12:54 UTC 5 comments
I haven't been here active a lot.
DOCTOR1 year ago2022-02-24 18:50:07 UTC 1 comment
One of my favorite letter from the greek alphabet next to psi and gamma.

You could probably already guess why i like it... :crowbar:
Loulimi1 year ago2022-02-24 16:13:58 UTC 6 comments
I turned 34 on the 31st (2 days ago)!
Oh, and apparently, my maths teacher missed 3 fingers...
Admer4561 year ago2022-02-23 10:32:10 UTC 8 comments
Hello, population of The Whole Half-Life. It is a good day today. Speaking of halves and lives, I feel that a good chunk of my life has passed.

0 to 8 was kinda cool. 8 to 11 had some bad moments but it was okay. 11 to 13 was awful.
However, 13 to now has been awesome, so let's just say, it has passed in a pretty good way.

So yeah, life has been kinda good. I made pizza last night and that was good too. Pretty good actually. In the last 6 months, I've started doing some things I really like:
  • making food because I got bored of Mum's cooking
  • throwing spears with my cousins
  • cutting down thorns
It's a way to enjoy life for me, and it's kinda cool. Especially cutting down thorns.

I could talk about some other plans I have at the moment, but I'm lazy, so I'll leave that for another journal maybe.
Drooga1 year ago2022-02-22 16:57:32 UTC 4 comments
Just a little example map, you might find this helpfull if you have ever had trouble making a box. Comment plz, i hope that everyone finds this helpfull.
38_981 year ago2022-02-18 21:25:26 UTC 7 comments
Surprise! Somehow I didn't think this profile, or website, would still be here. I wondered if the passage of time would sweep it away. I'm glad to see that its not. This profile is like a time capsule of sorts for me, looking back on the older stuff. Granted, not much for 9 years, but the stuff before...

I'm not sure what to write here, only that I feel I should put something down before I forget and come back in another 9 years or something. Hope your all keeping well, I'm doing perfectly well myself. Guess that's all there is to say. Have a good night.
Dr. Orange1 year ago2022-02-18 19:58:34 UTC 7 comments
Meerjel011 year ago2022-02-06 11:52:54 UTC 5 comments
Segment 4

Showing the physgun that I put in action.
satchmo1 year ago2022-02-03 12:49:59 UTC 0 comments
"Don't be evil" was Google's founding motto.

I watched "Skyfall" for the third time last night, and it occurred to me that all the Bond villains suffered childhood trauma. Some of the trauma were unimaginably brutal (I guess that's an oxymoron, because obviously someone imagined it to fictionalize the background story into the character).

In Skyfall, Raoul Silva was betrayed by his own country, just as Bond suffered a near-fatal friendly fire at the start of the film. The different outcomes experienced by these two characters were determined by their support system. Bond, despite not having any close family ties, had a strong family-like unit at work.

Lyutsifer Safin also suffered unspeakable trauma when he became the lone survivor of an assassination campaign by Spectre. Consequently, he became a ruthless killer and planned to exterminate most of the world's population.

You may wonder how Madeleine Swan emerged unscathed, after she was abandoned by her criminal father and alcoholic mother, and also witnessed her mother's execution. Perhaps she was able to rescue herself by becoming a psychoanalyst.

We are all going through something, and we are all survivors of past trauma. The difference in outcome is how we cope and heal. If we have a secure support system, we can emerge stronger and more resilient. Otherwise, we may live in our own evil lair and plan for doomsday as our personal hobby.
satchmo1 year ago2022-02-01 10:42:09 UTC 3 comments
I haven't been this excited since Black Mesa source came out.