RobertOrri's forum posts

#1 Posted by RobertOrri (1166 posts) -

You got balls, kid.

#2 Posted by RobertOrri (1166 posts) -

It's like there's a party in my mouth, and everyone's invited!
 
(except not really, honest, don't go in there)

#3 Posted by RobertOrri (1166 posts) -
@Stupot said:
even mentioning religion in a topic never ends well
It's because you should really just keep it to yourself. Don't assume that I care what imaginary deity you enjoy talking to in your spare time.
#4 Posted by RobertOrri (1166 posts) -

Minecraft.

#5 Posted by RobertOrri (1166 posts) -

I am still waiting for some indie studio to do a proper modern clone of Jones In The Fast Lane. I think it could do well as a downloadable title.
 
(No, the numerous incredibly crappy Flash knock-offs don't count)

#6 Posted by RobertOrri (1166 posts) -

That's pretty cool. I've never won a lottery. I did win around 500 dollars worth of gas many, many years ago, but I didn't even own a car, much less have a driver's license (or was old enough to get one), so my parents just used it instead.
 
For the people suggesting he donate it to Aurahack: That's a nice idea, but please don't put too much pressure on the guy. It's his money - he might be in financial troubles too, for all we know.

#7 Posted by RobertOrri (1166 posts) -

I did resort to "spamming" PMs to new users, but I tried to pick interesting ones off the list and I personalized each message. Makes it more fun to do as well.
 
Now I'll just have to hold out hope that one of the new users follows me back...

#8 Posted by RobertOrri (1166 posts) -

Man, I looooove new users!
 
Also:
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Optical illusion!
#9 Posted by RobertOrri (1166 posts) -
@Brendan said:
" Jim Sterling is the Armond White of video games.  "
That is a terribly unfair comparison. Mr. White would be very sad.
 
It goes more like this: Jim Sterling is the Fiore Mastracci of video games.
#10 Posted by RobertOrri (1166 posts) -
@TheMustacheHero said:

" @RecSpec said:

" She needs to take a page from Andrew W.K. and learn how to dodge. "

Yeah that was great!
 
Wow, they never stop throwing things at him. Horrible "artist" but I respect him for staying up on that stage and performing.