A red Steelseries Siberia V2. The regular analog version. The USB soundcard version sucks though.
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Got into a "fight" with my best friend at the time. We ended up standing in the hallway and kicking each other. I still don't know why. Probably just to start shit.
Me and three of my friends staged a walkout one time when another student got detention because he called out horrible teacher who just sat around reading magazines and not really teaching anything. If I remember correctly that teacher got fired a few months later for undisclosed reasons.
Life at that small private school was weird. Weird teachers. Weird students. I don't think anyone really wanted to be there, but it was still miles ahead of the public schools in my area which are fucking terrible.
Great. More overly-sensitive people getting offended by dumb shit that doesn't really matter.
Want to stop this sort of thing from being an issue? Stop making it an issue.
Offended? Good. I'm offended by you being offended.
@ntm: Thanks for the info duder. I'm not really sure of anything yet - I'm just looking at a bunch of other states that aren't Florida or New Jersey lol. I'm not even sure where I want to go, but I know I don't want to go back to Jersey or stay in Florida.
SimCity is the obvious answer here, but for me it had to be GTA V.
Its weird because I enjoyed the game overall, but I was constantly going "This is it? Really?" and the more I think back to it the more I feel bummed out about it. There was just so much wasted potential. You can clearly see what they were going for, and when they had he decision to do the "right" thing or the "wrong" thing they almost always chose the wrong way. Contrast that to Saints Row IV which I played right before GTA V and this becomes even more apparent. Saints Row IV is a game that did everything right and just makes everything GTA V did wrong that much more obvious. Rockstar needs to take a long, hard look at where games are before they release another one. They live in a GTA bubble and that shit is getting old pretty fast.
I think in Fallout; the corpses load in, in whichever spot you killed an NPC.
After a certain point you just see a bloodstain and whatever they are carrying. I don't remember how long it takes exactly (probably a few days) but at some point the bodies do disappear.
Probably move from Calgary, Alberta, Canada to Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Vancouver is so nice and the climate is great. Plus you get the ocean and the mountains within a short drive of each other. Can't beat that.
I suppose I wouldn't mind living in Dubai if I had tons of cash to waste on all the dumb stuff there.
Dubai is getting crazy dangerous these days. I have family members who are civilian contractors (they fly helicopters for the Saudi government and private corporations) and they (along with most other westerners who were there with them) had to leave because of some crazy terrorism shit going on. Saudi Arabia is beautiful and gold is REALLY cheap there, but until things in the middle east cool down that is NOT a good place to be right now. Things are really heating up over there....
@ntm: You live in WA? What's it like up there? I'm thinking about moving either to Washington or Oregon but I have absolutely no reference what it would be like (born and raised on the east coast and never left).
Whats the weather like? Things to do? Any input would be greatly appreciated.
I enjoyed watching the first two seasons of Miami Vice. I really liked the look and style of Miami, but i am only in my 20s and it is not 1985 anymore, so i never could experience it way back when. And much have probably changed about that city since?. Is there anyone here that is from Miami? Is it worth a visit?
Well the 80's motif has worn off but you still get lots of that neon nightlife and "feel". Its a beautiful place. I'd say its worth a visit just to check out but not much more.
Just keep in mind that it is UNGODLY hot and humid in the summer (and spring and a decent amount of fall) so unless you like 90-100 degree+ weather with 80-90%+ humidity every day than you are going to be miserable after a while. Also, Miami (specifically around the South Beach area) is pretty damn dangerous. There are still lots of shady gang and drugs deal going on and the population these days is probably up to a good 80% Cuban or Haitian so you better brush up on your Spanish before you go. If I were you I'd just skip Miami entirely and go to the Keys; specifically Key West or Key Largo.