doosmacleod's forum posts

#1 Edited by doosmacleod (186 posts) -

I don't get nearly enough sleep.

I have coffee twice a day: When I get to work, and when I get home from work. It's either that or be grumpy/doze off. I can feel it affecting me.

#2 Edited by doosmacleod (186 posts) -

I think he's being serious, and I think a lot of people aren't as familiar with Kaufman's work as they think they are. And stop doing the "Grow up" thing. People shouldn't have to deal with the mountain of hatred, mockery and vitriol, just because THE INTERNET IS STREETS.

Also FEZ is pretty much Taxi and Gomez is Latka. Think about it.

#3 Edited by doosmacleod (186 posts) -

I used to have a pair of shoes that I wore only for my house. Never took them outside. I treated them like slippers with laces.

But that was like 20 years ago and I was dumb as a box of rocks. Nowadays I lament the fact that it's frowned upon when I take my shoes off at work. Probably so because of all of the coffee and tea I've spilled, and people are noting that my socks become soot-black rather quickly.

#4 Posted by doosmacleod (186 posts) -

I don't hate, the entire genre is just completely and totally irrelevant to my interests.

I absolutely get why people would play it, and I enjoy watching others -- I had a roommate that pretty much spent most of his non-working time stoned off his gourd and playing League of Legends. But through that I can tell the genre has no appeal to me whatsoever.

Sidenote: Watching a dude vacillate between grinning/chuckling stoner and caustic angry MOBA player is disturbing. Entertaining, but disturbing.

#5 Posted by doosmacleod (186 posts) -

No, I have grossdisgusting Hobbit feet and socks tend to cause the hair to bend/pull in ways I do not enjoy.


#6 Posted by doosmacleod (186 posts) -

I've only really felt the need to have one new console. It's why I've never really got around to getting a PS3 -- I have a 360 (had a Wii, but shenannigans...) and with my PS2, N64 and SNES hooked up, I have so many games available to play on my TeeV, there's not too much of an impetus for me to get it.

I plan to get a PS4 at some point in the next generation, and everyone keeps falling back on the "U WIL GET BOUF A DEM AVENTYALLY" mantra. I doubt it! There are so many things that entice me about the PS3, and I have no intention on spending any amount of money to get one.

Also, I'm cheap as shit, so there's that. My desire to look at my back account happily far surpasses my love of video games. But if I can do both? Heaven on Earth.

Well even with my millions of dollars, my gold house, and my rocket car I think I should probably only buy one. How else am I going to afford an ivory back scratcher if I waste money?

Use your money to go on an illegal safari and hunt elephants for their ivory tusks and make your own backscratcher. Probably cheaper in the long run! That's certainly not a waste! In fact, you can probably make your money back by smuggling drugs. WIN-WIN!

#7 Posted by doosmacleod (186 posts) -

I own a 2010 Civic.

No joke, I would totally drive The Homer.

#9 Posted by doosmacleod (186 posts) -

If I pick racism, do I need to hiccup more to balance?

Likewise, if I pick hiccuping, do I need to dump my girlfriend?


#10 Posted by doosmacleod (186 posts) -

@ogred said:

@beeftothetaco said:

Instead of, you know, allowing backward compatibility? That's retarded.

So...instead of enabling the people who have a 360 & games. Let's pack in a 360 into xbox one and drive up the price of every single console. ggwp

It would cut down on entertainment center real estate (and presumably make booting up a 360 game significantly faster, I can't imagine you can skip the wonderful 360 startup time without some form of backward compatibility on the new console).

Furthermore, I can't find any place that says if the console will have more than one (heh) HDMI-in, so you'd be losing a lot of the TV functionality they touted as the way of the future. I don't know for sure though. I don't know how the system works (and frankly, I'm not too interested in finding out).