TWHL! Sound off! (who are you) Created 3 months ago2020-03-26 15:24:46 UTC by UrbaNebula UrbaNebula

Created 3 months ago2020-03-26 15:24:46 UTC by UrbaNebula UrbaNebula

Posted 2 months ago2020-04-12 12:02:10 UTC Post #344085
NHS
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I second this.
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-12 12:56:27 UTC Post #344086
Thirded.
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Posted 2 months ago2020-04-12 17:39:31 UTC Post #344087

About You

Name: Megan Lee B. (which initials spell out an acronym for one sport that I actually enjoy)
Age: Mid-twenties.
Hometown: One of the worst towns in Michigan, Snover (https://975now.com/avoid-these-least-liked-small-towns-in-michigan/).
Relationships: Single.
Occupation: Student as of right now, but COVID-19 has made that harder.
Current goal(s): Finish up school, get a job in the tech industry, and hopefully finish several projects I've been working on (for the past decade).
Politics: Far(ish) Left
Religion: Apathetic Agnostic

Favourite Things

Food: Pizza. Seriously, you can throw almost anything on a pizza and it'll taste great.
Hot drink: Couldn't tell you. I don't even drink the typical hot drinks when they're hot. I guess I'll just say (iced) coffee.
Cold drink: Soda and fruity alcohol-containing drinks. Coke is choice number one for soda, though.
Snacks: Gardettos' Powdered Mustard Pretzels and their Chex Mix competitor (as well as Chex Mix itself).
Movies: Fight Club, John Carpenter movies, B-movie Horror as well as just B-movies in general. I can really only name one movie as a favourite since it's the only one that has literally changed my life for the better in the end.
Videogames: DOOM (all the way up to the expansion for the third game), Burnout series, Killing Floor 1 & 2, Half-Life: Opposing Force & Blue Shift, Ratchet and Clank series, Twisted Metal series, Gauntlet series, Gran Turismo series, there's a lot. I'll just stop here.
Music: Industrial, Electronic, Rock, Alternative, Grunge, etc. I could go on for awhile listing all the subgenres.
Other: I love to collect physical media and big PC game boxes. I also love to share rare music with the world as I feel like I shouldn't hoard it for myself.

Disliked/Hated Things

Food: Remember when I said pizza could have almost anything put on it and taste great? Well that doesn't include you, you dirty pineapple pizza eaters.
Hot drink: Dunno.
Cold drink: Hard liquor. Sorry, not a fan. (Though there is a scale for me where some liquor tastes so damn awful that it rolls back around to tasting good somehow.)
Snacks: I can't think of any snacks off the top of my head that I dislike.
Movies: Blade Runner (Yeah, sorry. Deckard as a character is boring and the movie is pretty to look at but feels ultimately pointless following his character. Would've much preferred watching Roy's character instead.), generic run-of-the-mill comedies and romance movies, bad sequels (or reboots) to movies I already love.
Videogames: DOOM (2016), System Shock 2, games with an excessively long grind or pay2win mechanics. (I actually don't really dislike very many games at all, it's mostly just bad sequels to games I've already loved.)
Music: Modern country, a lot of modern rap and hip hop, repetitive electronic music, and modern pop as well, not sure about anything else.
Other: I hate being depressed and tired all the time.
Suparsonik SuparsonikI'm going off the edge to meet my maker.
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-12 17:46:07 UTC Post #344088
Remember when I said pizza could have almost anything put on it and taste great? Well that doesn't include you, you dirty pineapple pizza eaters.
Pineapple pizza is the shit.
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-12 21:13:29 UTC Post #344093
Pineapple pizza is the shit.
Oh look! Someone smart! :aghast:
Alberto309 Alberto309weapon_spaghetti
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-13 08:06:06 UTC Post #344096
You don't like the new Doom games? But they're so good 🥺
Archie ArchieGoodbye Moonmen
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-13 10:29:34 UTC Post #344097
You don't like the new Doom games? But they're so good
This is correct.
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-13 10:35:44 UTC Post #344098
I mean, if DooM 1 were to be made now it would have glory kills, because technology!
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-13 10:47:40 UTC Post #344099
I mean, if DooM 1 were to be made now it would have glory kills, because technology!
Not so accurate. Brutal Doom is older than Doom 2016, which, btw, copies all the mechanics of Brutal Doom and, afaik, Bethesda did not mention the guy who created Brutal Doom. Correct me if I am wrong.

BTW: Doom Eternal is overwhelming in what secrets, easter eggs and exploration is about. And I love it!
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-13 12:36:00 UTC Post #344100
Regardless of the glory kill mechanic (which is a perfectly reasonable means of getting a small health boost in terms of gameplay) DOOM 2016 feels a lot closer to the frantic fun my friends and I had with Doom 1 and 2 back in the early 90s. They were never scary, but they were always hilarious. I enjoyed Brutal Doom for a while, but I much prefer the vanilla Doom experience.

DOOM 3 was such a massive disappointment in terms of the overall feel and sluggish pace. At the time it was visually stunning, but I never finished it because it was boring and it got uninstalled as soon as Half-Life 2 came out.

Looking forward to grabbing Eternal on pay day. :D
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-13 22:19:03 UTC Post #344101
Respectfully disagree. They miss the mark completely in my opinion.
Suparsonik SuparsonikI'm going off the edge to meet my maker.
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-13 23:31:24 UTC Post #344102
Hometown: One of the worst towns in Michigan, Snover
Was always curious how you ended up in Greenland then (as per your profile) of all places
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-14 00:19:44 UTC Post #344103
As someone who played through Doom 2016 again recently for god-knows-what reason, I thought it was completely and utterly... fine. No more, no less.
Jessie JessieTrans Rights <3
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-14 09:16:30 UTC Post #344107
Respectfully disagree. They miss the mark completely in my opinion.
Exactly my opinion, but aimed at Doom 3. :P
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-14 09:27:49 UTC Post #344108
Doom 3 is the best Doom IMO.
Admer456 Admer456If it ain't broken, don't fox it!
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-14 10:17:52 UTC Post #344109
I'll always remember that Doom 3 expansion pack, featuring the most blatant gravity gun rip-off ever :lol:
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-14 11:43:12 UTC Post #344110
Doom 3 is a decent game, it feels competently made and cohesive with a lot of world building details in things like the PDAs and computers you interact with, even if it drags on for too long, but it barely feels like a survival horror game, more like an action game with a spooky atmosphere.
LOZ98 LOZ98Insert Creative "Custom Title Text" here
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-14 14:00:34 UTC Post #344111
How is this what got fucking discussion going
Jessie JessieTrans Rights <3
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-14 14:14:23 UTC Post #344112
Woops, looks like we drifted a bit too offtopic, still within the bounds of the discussion kind of, so whatever.

EDIT: Here's something about me for a change

About You

Name: Farouk Derbali
Age: 22
Hometown: Laghouat, Hassi R' Mel, Algeria
Relationships: Single (also kind of an introvert)
Occupation: Student
Current goal(s): Finish my university studies and find a decent job
Politics: Not my thing
Religion: None

Favourite Things

Food: I honestly don't know, I like a lot of things, don't worry, I'm not fat, I don't think I'll ever be, I only get to eat 3 times a day.
Hot drink: Coffee
Cold drink: Soda
Snacks: None
Movies: None
Videogames: Anything but RTS, MOBA, arena shooters or battle royale games
Music: Anything that's not depressing
Other: None

Disliked/Hated Things

Food: None
Hot drink: None
Cold drink: None
Snacks: None
Movies: None
Videogames: RTS, MOBA, Arena shooters and Battle Royale games
Music: Anything loud or depressing
Other: None

.......yeah, probably should have kept this to myself, nothing to write home about, reading my post again made me realize I sounded like edgy teenager lol
LOZ98 LOZ98Insert Creative "Custom Title Text" here
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-15 13:54:29 UTC Post #344115

About You

Name: Thomas J. Boyle, hence the name TJB
Age: 27
Hometown: Depends how you define it. At the moment I live near-ish to this place, but these days I rarely go into town
Relationships: 1 previous that lasted a few years. I've been single for the past ~5ish years, and I'm intending to stay that way
Occupation: I work for a company that leases aircraft to airlines. The main part of my job consists of reading lease contracts and working out from that when maintenance is going to happen in the future, and the associated costs
Current goal(s): I dunno really. I'm interested in being able to play VR games, and then create things for them
Politics: N/A
Religion:
Apathetic Agnostic
Sounds like a good description

Favourite Things

Food: Steak, usually with rice. I've been preparing my rice like this recently, would recommend
Hot drink: Good quality tea. Coffee can be alright too, I suppose
Cold drink: I like root beer, although it tends to be kind of hard to get here. My go to (other than water) would be Coke Zero
Snacks: If I'm watching a movie I might make some popcorn in goose fat, sometimes with a bit of bacon grease. Makes for a very delicious, if probably horribly unhealthy snack
Movies: I tend to like Sci-Fi, among others. I find it hard to answer as I haven't watched many movies over the past few years due to lack of time.
Videogames: Honestly I've played very few games in the past few years. I like Kerbal Space Program, although I haven't played too much of it recently - whenever I advance enough to start building large stations or mining bases it just kills my processor. It's definitely a game I would like to play in VR.
I like Deus Ex, the first System Shock, Halo, Half-Life (obviously). I've also been playing Deep Rock Galactic recently, that's pretty fun.
Music: A lot of different kinds of music, but mainly Metal and Synthwave. Recently I've been listening to Master Boot Record. I'd say my favourite metal band is Rammstein, and my favourite synthwave artist would be Perturbator. For the past few years I've been collecting music in the form of vinyl records - I like physical media, it's nice to have something you can hold in your hands
Other: I've been watching Star Trek recently, it seems pretty good.

Disliked/Hated Things

Food: There are a good few things I'm not a fan of, but if I had to pick one it would be coconut. Fuck coconut, and fuck anyone who ruins snacks by adding it in.
Hot drink: Poor quality tea, which in my book also includes any tea that's got milk in it
Cold drink: I'm not a fan of most fruit juices
Snacks:
Anything with coconut. The creator of Bounty is a sociopath.
Movies: Hard to say. I thought Suicide Squad was terrible, but I knew it would be ahead of time.
Videogames: The only game I can remember actively disliking would be The Stanley Parable. I would have preferred to spend the money on an hour watching paint dry, because at least then I would know ahead of time not to get my hopes up.
Music: What with the advent of streaming services, I don't know how to answer this one. I can't remember the last time I listened to music that I didn't specifically request.
Other: Daylight Savings time. Whichever sadistic bastard thought that up must be having a great time in hell right now.

And thats bacicly my life story.....
TJB TJBaka Alabastor_Twob
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-15 20:29:01 UTC Post #344116
Pineapple pizza is the shit.
You've got one extra word you don't need there.
Suparsonik SuparsonikI'm going off the edge to meet my maker.
Posted 2 months ago2020-04-15 21:31:02 UTC Post #344117
Pineapple pizza is the shit.
You've got one extra word you don't need there.
Yeah, honestly that sentence is absolutely fine if you remove either pineapple, pizza, or the. Otherwise it's just wrong.
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 1 month ago2020-05-25 21:59:08 UTC Post #344300
TWHL has been my hotel California since day one, guess its time I wrote in one of these too. So here it goes:

About You

Name: Nikola Stojković (ć sounds like cc in cappuccino)
Age: 27
Hometown: Novi Sad , Serbia
Relationships: Currently single
Occupation: Electrical engineer , Specialised in servicing of any kind of electronical device
Current goal(s): Improving my sciences , becoming a real man (Youre a real boy now Pinoccio!)
Politics: Not one politician is brave enough to push all of Gods principles so only mediocre interest into it so far. Been a part of an political party for more than 10 years only because they dont kick out those who are inactive.
Religion: Chistian fanatic (Not gonna lie) . My personal proof for Christianity being true and Christian God being real came from understanding of and application of physical sciences and sheer logic.

Favourite Things

Food: Beans.
Hot drink: Nes coffee
Cold drink: Cola
Snacks: Idk , roasted peanuts?
Movies: Robocop 1 , Alita Battle Angel ( ... I dont really watch movies that often )
Videogames: Half Life , Red Alert 2 , Duke Nukem 3D , Counter Strike . Warcraft III , ZZT , Sonic games & Mario , Metal Slug , Lotsa nice games out there that I like to play but these came to mind instantly
Music: Pretty much anything , as of lately lots of rock and upbeat disco/electronic/house music (who can catch all these genres nowdays? )
Other: Long relaxing walks around the town

Disliked/Hated Things

Food: Stuffed peppers with meat (yuck)
Hot drink: Beer
Cold drink: Soup
Snacks: Cakes and sweet suggary foam thing they use an almost all homemade sweet treats
Movies: Cant say Ive ever watched a movie that I hated
Videogames: Acton games that rely purely on reflex
Music: Shitty lyrics can trigger me
Other: Idiot customers who only want something done for free , gtfo shuu :)

PS

Blood type 0 , green eyes , 175cm tall . God bless you all .
Stojke StojkeOPL - 3
Posted 1 month ago2020-05-26 10:26:33 UTC Post #344301
My personal proof for Christianity being true and Christian God being real came from understanding of and application of physical sciences and sheer logic.
I desperately want to see what leaps of logic you've taken to arrive at this black and white a statement, but I know this is not the place.
If it makes you happy.
Archie ArchieGoodbye Moonmen
Posted 1 month ago2020-05-26 20:42:59 UTC Post #344307
@Archibald

I do care when somebody wants to challenge my logic, but usually those who do are easily defeated only becase it is the principles that are important and not the little details they try to cling onto.
Religion, a science of the mind, traslated meaning would be "a way of which ones life is led" is present in every man, woman and child. What is your religion, depends on what you nurture within you, and is with out a doubt a set of principles that are applyed to everything that person defined and applied within it self (talking about ones mind).

To arrive at this statement where I am took a lot of sacrifice and endured hardships in life out of which many cost plenty of time, health and money.
It is pretty simple to defend your self online but I would like to see us discuss these things in person as much more information is passed via guestures and just by a display of physical presence and emotion.

Simply put - If a man could just like that realise that everything he knows and does is wrong he wouldnt be here in the first place. It is very hard for one to give up himself and change to something completely diametrically different.

But the key is in ones life principles as they are the starting point of all expressed emotion.
Stojke StojkeOPL - 3
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