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#1  Edited By Corsaer

I find him entertaining, although he's starting to get old.

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#2  Edited By Corsaer

At first glance, I thought your title was a sexual pun lol.

I've got the 120GB Elite hard drive.
Probably won't be ripping many games to it though. 
Maybe just a few that have horrendous load times. 
But for the most part, I think it's a little pointless.  A lot of games, the load times are so short that it doesn't justify the hard drive space being used to rip them, since you still need the disk in the drive to play it.  I'd rather rip all my music CDs and all my friend's music CDs to my hard drive.  To me that's a better use of space.

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#3  Edited By Corsaer

Shadowrun, O how I hate thee.

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#4  Edited By Corsaer

South Park, but I gotta say, I've been getting let down by most of their newer episodes.

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#5  Edited By Corsaer

I'm going to make a few assumptions here; that this the beginning of a large outbreak, that I'm at home when the zombie outbreak surfaces, and I'm in it for the long haul.

  1. Assign Work:  Currently, there are four people (including me) living in my house, but for our purposes, let's say I'm living there by myself.  If I was not alone, every person would need to know what they are in charge of and supposed to be doing at all times, so that not one unproductive minute goes by.  Since we're saying I live alone, I can skip to Step 2.
  2. Take Inventory:  What do I already have, and what do I need?
  3. Barricade:  My house has two floors, so, to zombie-proof it, I would first destroy the stairs leading to the second floor, then lock and board up, with any materials I currently have, all doors and windows.  Next I'd move every thing I might need up to the second floor, which will be my new residence.  
  4. Get Supplies:  Head to the nearest small grocery store or gas station (which is easy for me, since I live out in the boondocks) and pick up as many non-perishables as I can, as well as materials to further fortify my barricades.  Super Centers are death traps; a nexus of bodies, both healthy and infected yet to turn, during the beginning of an outbreak, as everyone tends to have the same idea:  Food and guns. That said, I would also stay away from gun shops, at least for the time being.  
  5. Adjust Group Size:  Do I have too many people or too few?  Since I'm alone, I'll call some friends.  I believe that a group of twelve is the most well-balanced size for surviving a zombie outbreak since it's the most flexible, without being overly large.  You can split the group in to pretty much any size or number of teams, depending what would fit the situation the best.  
  6. Plan Ahead:  "No place is safe, only safer."  Eventually, as the zombie outbreak escalates, my little house in the woods will no longer be safe, for whatever the reason.  Therefor I would begin planning now on what to do and where to go when that eventuality becomes a reality.