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  1. This isn't really meant to be some sort of grandoise announcement that the one-and-only Marnetmar is leaving, I'm making this thread moreso because:

    1. Free maps!
    2. For people who end up wondering “Hey, I wonder where that guy who shitposted and never finished his projects went”.

    I'll be taking a bit of a hiatus. I've decided that in my 6 years on Doomworld I haven't contributed much, if anything, that has been worthwhile. In addition, I've got things going on in my life at the moment and DW probably isn't the most healthy of things for me to be doing. I'll probably lurk from time to time, but people probably won't be hearing much from me for a while.

    I don't want to leave on too much of a somber note, however, so here's a few map scraps. Few of them resemble anything playable, but I figured that it'd be a better idea to put them up for others to take a look at and make use of in their own projects if they wanted:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/85021129/Fdump.rar

    I used to have a lot more than this, but lots of stuff has been deleted in escapades of folder deletions. Oh well.

    TTFN.

    1. 40oz
    2. HavoX

      HavoX

      You'll be back. They always come back.

  2. Excuse any weird formatting, I actually posted this exact same thing on an ADHD subreddit to vent and seek some advice. This is just to vent because this is a community that I enjoy.

    I'm 19 years old. Throughout my entire life, focusing on a single task for more than a few minutes has been incredibly difficult. Sitting down to write this post in an complete and well-thought-out way is a struggle. (edit: Thinking about it, this could explain my often less-than-contributional posting) My mind has a constant fog over it at nearly all times, and my thoughts are mindless, jumping from one random idea to another, very rarely linear and coherent. Getting through High School was a miracle for me, I had to take online classes to make up failed credits. I'm now in College with an extremely easy schedule and I'm still not doing very well due to my forgetfulness and lack of mindfulness.

    Once in a blue moon, the veil is lifted and I am able to focus on a task such as studying -- and when it happens it's not a matter of "just do it even though it sucks" -- the task of sitting down and working is one of the greatest feelings in the world.

    Because of this, important tasks that I need to get done, and want to get done, sit and pile up in the background while I sit, not doing something that I'd rather be doing, but doing "nothing in particular". Not only are necessary tasks affected, so are things that I enjoy. I can't sit and watch a documentary or read a book, even an interesting one, without my thoughts wandering. If I manage to finish doing either one, I come out not with a store of new knowledge, but an assortment of random facts I just happened to absorb that are of little to no actual use to me.

    My self-esteem is often times through the floor because the way my life has consistently folded out, with my promises to myself every other week to "get my life together for real this time" never following through, something that hurts not just myself but others as well -- something that compounds even further since I tend to sugar coat things avoid talking to people at all when things aren't going as planned.

    I never considered that it might be something that goes beyond pure self-discipline and willpower until recently when I began to gather some bits of information on ADD.

    I'm going to be visiting a doctor friday to see if my symptoms match up with a diagnosis. Friday can't come soon enough. Hopefully it will set me on the path to "getting my life together for real this time". I firmly believe that I am capable of doing good things with my life, but there's an invisible barrier that must be broken down first, and it's become abundantly clear over the years that it's not a barrier I can break down on my own.

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    2. ChekaAgent

      ChekaAgent

      Holy shit, you got a schizophrenia, dude, you should be put into asylum.

      Jokes aside, I often have problems with focusing on things myself (especially focusing on studies, probably because I hate studying), but not all the damn time.. I can imagine how hard it is to live, when you can't focus on anything..

    3. dg93

      dg93

      I have problems focusing on things that I have little to no interest in. I hope everything turned out ok for you Marnetmar.

    4. Marnetmar

      Marnetmar

      I ended up filling out some paperwork and am now waiting for a response back from the doc.

      I'm assuming that once I get a response I'll be referred to a psychiatrist.

  3. Kill. Me. Now.

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    2. dg93
    3. HavoX

      HavoX

      It's a good thing I opted not to go to college... life would've been hell for me.

    4. j4rio

      j4rio

      HavoX said:

      It's a good thing I opted not to go to college... life would've been hell for me.


      pussy

  4. I know nobody will really care, but I thought I'd share this just because it brings back some really good memories :)











    Link: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/85021129/1.WAD

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    2. SavageCorona

      SavageCorona

      My first ever wad thread is still here somewhere. I don't want to resurrect it though.

    3. Delete

      Delete

      Just played through it, it's better than anything I can build!

    4. kmxexii

      kmxexii



      the first thing I ever did in doombuilder was play with the BTSX E1 textures, but i never finished it

  5. With that said, fuck everything.

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    2. Mithran Denizen

      Mithran Denizen

      yukib1t said:

      I hate hot weather with a passion, and so I much prefer colder weather and snow. More of the holidays that are important to me (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and about half the pagan holidays) are in the fall and winter as well. Summertime is instead, for me, associated with sweat, boredom, and bad memories.

      +1 for me on most of this. Plus as an amateur tailor, fall and winter are when I get to have fun with my favorite fabrics and garments.

      There was a huge snowfall today, so I got to wear my awesome suede overcoat today for the first time in forever. The opportunity for fall / winter layering keeps my spirits up despite how barren and frozen this wasteland is between Nov-Feb.

    3. Hellbent

      Hellbent

      Where is said wasteland, northern Canada?

    4. Mithran Denizen

      Mithran Denizen

      Canada, but not particularly north. I was (slightly) overstating the crappiness of the climate. It could be much worse.

  6. Ask friend to hang out, get blown off, then get a happy birthday call from my mother while she's high as a kite.

    Woo.

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    2. purist

      purist

      Just selfishly indulge your own whims all day. That would be a good day for me.

    3. SavageCorona

      SavageCorona

      Here's a map I'm not done with yet. I'm uploading it just for you bb. Requires Quake textures from Afterglow http://www.doomworld.com/afterglow/textures/zips/q1tex.zip

      https://mega.nz/#!vMFA1arY!BzLUtECwbOeSfPkxOCx_ePTzxnjkQusBp5Qt9BnUaII

    4. Marnetmar
  7. I share an apartment with six other dudes and there are only two of us who actually bother to clean up after ourselves. Everyone else likes to leave their food and whatnot laying around, and I'm getting pretty tired of it. I'm afraid I'll bring a date home and find the place totally trashed.

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    2. RestlessRodent

      RestlessRodent

      If you are devious you could always infest your own apartment with rodents and bugs. You can then complain that their mess has brought in bugs and rodents and that your health and sanitation are at risk. Hope you keep all your possesions in vacuum sealed plastic bags and containers.

      EDIT: Also if you see them eating from a specific location, you could always say you saw ants or similar crawling over the food etc. This is after they ate it.

    3. joe-ilya

      joe-ilya

      Marnetmar said:

      I share an apartment with six other dudes and there are only two of us who actually bother to clean up after ourselves. Everyone else likes to leave their food and whatnot laying around, and I'm getting pretty tired of it. I'm afraid I'll bring a date home and find the place totally trashed.

      So you got it all figured out by now?

    4. AndrewB

      AndrewB

      GhostlyDeath said:

      If you are devious you could always infest your own apartment with rodents and bugs. You can then complain that their mess has brought in bugs and rodents and that your health and sanitation are at risk.


      I can see it now. http://www.theonion.com/article/roommate-protective-services-rescues-helpless-22-y-34394

  8. I have been awarded my FAFSA money but have yet to receive the remainder that hasn't been used for classes because I'm a ward of the state which requires a bunch of extra paperwork for no apparent reason, and the job market here is nill. As a result I have been paying for food, textbooks and housing out of my pocket and savings account, which has gone from around $1200 to $30. I'm currently living on ~$100 which must go to my apartment manager in the coming days while my free trial for an $80 online textbook runs out on the first of September.

    This is bad. This is really, really bad. What do?

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    2. Marnetmar

      Marnetmar

      I'm not going shoplifting, calm down.

    3. Cupboard

      Cupboard

      Surely you can be someone's Shirley, the bottom smiley-face, and make sure the other one wears a condom

    4. Marnetmar

      Marnetmar

      What if I told you everyone who ever loved you was wrong?

  9. Scared shitless.

    Anyone have some advice?

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    2. dg93

      dg93

      Marnetmar said:

      Scared shitless.

      Anyone have some advice?


      Don't worry bud. I was scared shitless too when I first started. I just graduated a few months ago and now that I look back, it really wasn't all that bad.

      When I was a senior in high school, my English teacher gave me this list of the top 10 common study mistakes that most students make:

      1) Poor Attendance: This may be the most common student mistake -- and the most avoidable. If you want to succeed in college, you need to be in class all or most of the time. There is no way around that.

      2) Poor Note-taking Skills: Unfortunately, many students come to college without having mastered this critical skill. To succeed in school, you need to learn how to listen actively and take accurate, thorough lecture notes.

      3) Poor Time Management Skills: Many college students are overwhelmed with multiple academic and other responsibilities, so learning to manage your time is essential.

      4) Last Minute Work: If you write a paper at the last minute, it shows. If you try to do the reading at the last minute for the test that's tomorrow, you're unlikely to do well on the test. While it may be impossible to completely avoid the experience of pulling an all-nighter, do the best you can to keep up with on the syllabus.

      5) Procrastination: Of course, the issue of last minute work is related to procrastination. Learning to stay focused is a skill, especially with so many distractions like Facebook and video games around campus.

      6) Failure to Read Directions: If your instructor hands you a detailed description of how to write an assignment, read the description very carefully and follow directions. If you have any questions, ask the instructor, and if he or she goes over the assignment in class, listen are fully and take notes. It's frustrating to work hard on an assignment and receive a low grade because you failed to follow instructions.

      7) Over-reliance on Other Students: Asking a friend to take notes for you when you're absent is a risk you should only take when absolutely necessary. Study groups can be an effective way to prepare for a test, but only if you conduct them correctly and don't rely on the other students to do all the work.

      8) Over-reliance on the Internet: The Internet has made student research so much easier than it was a decade ago. Unfortunately, students can over-rely on the Internet and ignore other ways to do research. What's more, you're more likely to encounter inaccuracies on the Internet than in a book or article. When using the Internet, always verify the information you find online by looking at other sources.

      9) Plagiarism: Fortunately, most students don't plagiarize -- but it's still a serious problem on college campuses. In most cases, plagiarism occurs because a student has a looming deadline and panics.

      10) Failure to Ask for Help: Professors probably aren't going to seek out students who need help -- but that doesn't mean help isn't available. If you have questions, ask. Visit your professor's office hours whenever necessary. In addition, seek out other help on campus, such as the writing center.

      Remember, learning how to study is a process. If your study habits are not what they should be, assess what you need to change and do your best to improve. No student is perfect, but if you put in the effort to study more effectively, you'll find yourself improving quite a but over time.

      Based On My Experience:

      1) Just be sure to have a balance between social life and school work. Be sure to go to the gym too a few times a week. Trust me, college food isn't all that healthy and eating that stuff everyday with no exercise will make you fat. I've seen a lot of people I know gain a buttload of weight because they made poor decisions in the cafeteria. Don't gain the freshman 15! Keep your dorm room clean (especially the bathroom, sinks, trashcans, and refrigerators). If you are going to have ladies over, they don't want to be surrounded by filth, so keep everything clean.

      2) Textbooks: College textbooks are overpriced especially at the campuses local bookstore. I got most of my textbooks either rented or used from Chegg.com. Trust me, this website will save you money. Don't purchase books from your school campus unless you have no choice but to get a school edition made specifically for a course by the school you go to.

      3) Partying: Go out, meet some people and have fun, but for the love of God don't do anything too stupid that may result in getting arrested or possibly kicked out of college. Don't do drugs. Please don't. I've seen a quite a number of people in college get themselves in big trouble both by the law and personal matters from doing drugs or drinking alcohol underage. Remember, you are a legal adult now. That means there are consequences to your actions.

      4) Summer Internships: I can't stress enough to tell you how important these are for your resume` and future career. Most students who do an internship have a better chance finding a potential job after college than the ones who don't. Also, you may be able to get college credits for summer internships. Networking is essential to finding jobs when you are graduated from college. Also, get a Linkedin account. It's one of the best tools for networking with people.

      5) Professors: Try to get to know your professors on a personal level. If they like you, they may be willing to help you out in some ways. Example -- If you get an 88 as a final class average, a professor may bump you up a couple of points to a 90 if you show them throughout the semester that you were participating in their class and showing interest in the subject matter. There is nothing a professor loves more than a student who thinks that their class is the best thing since sliced bread.

      Do you have an idea on what you would like to major in? Usually freshman are undecided but that's ok. Take your general education classes and see which subjects interest you the most. Than you can decide on what you would like to pursue. Stay away from mega-bullshit degrees like Art History, Philosophy, Communications, English Literature, Sociology, Womens/Gender studies. Some of the best degrees are in Engineering, Business (particularly finance and accounting), and computer science. Remember, we live in a world of supply and demand. If the demand for a degree is low, the likelihood of you finding a job with that worthless degree is also low... and if you do find something with it, it will more than likely pay like shit.

      If you follow my advice, I think you'll do fine. Anyways, best of luck to you man! If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask!

    3. Cupboard

      Cupboard

      You should achieve as much as you possibly can in college. Once you get a practical degree, you can decide if you want to make a lot of money or not. College sort of felt like an extension of high school to me. A whole lot of social drama and bullshit which didn't matter. I was a complete loner for my last 2 years. If you have problems empathizing or communicating with people you meet on a daily basis, you need to seek out therapy and/or get medicated immediately. That's my personal opinion. I missed out on career networking, socializing, and classroom participation because I never realized how few interpersonal skills I had acquired by age 18.

    4. printz

      printz

      I started socializing a lot more since I finished college and entered the work field. Not thanks to the workplace (it's just work) but based on what I do during my free time (which is shorter but more liberated than during college; no more homeworks or exams). I finally realized that no one will "hold my hand", save me and make me a hero (I used to see graduation and employment as a sacred milestone). The job is just a way to make money from my work. It won't give me automatic fullfillment. Just with the job I can still be lonely, just with vital money (which is still awesome). It's all up to me how I use these earned resources. I wish I thought the same thing during my jobless college years, even if I didn't have that much money then...

      Anyway, as a habit, try finishing all your assignments as quickly as possible so you can get on with your free time and do innovative stuff.

  10. Don't mess up on a clap pushup.

    1. Obsidian

      Obsidian

      Wait, you left?

  11. Frankly, I don't feel like I've accomplished anything. I'm just left scratching my head and asking "That was it?" I don't think anybody's going to miss me, or that anyone really wanted me there for that matter.

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    2. joe-ilya
    3. Voltcom9

      Voltcom9

      Danarchy said:

      High school is really not that much of an accomplishment. I graduated .5 credits short and they still gave me a diploma. My advice for you now is to go to college, but don't go for a degree. Go there with a job in mind, and get whatever education you need for that job.


      This is solid advice.

    4. Justince

      Justince

      I graduated in 1988. Fuck.

  12. Recovery time hasn't been too bad, except last night I puked (for the first time in eight years) from swallowing too much blood.

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    2. Coopersville

      Coopersville

      Good news: You're not a vampire.

    3. Hellbent

      Hellbent

      Do vampires drink their own blood?

    4. Cupboard

      Cupboard

      I hope you asked for the nitrous oxide.

      My wisdom teeth were all fucked up or the doctor was incompetent I'm not sure which. He was all like, "yeah your last set of wisdom teeth are impacted". So they did my lower pair when I was 15 and my upper pair when I was 16. It was kind of a pain in the ass and stretched out 1 surgery into 2. Surgery is serious stuff, and sometimes they give you ibuprofen which does fuck-all for mouth pain.

  13. ...How can you get them to throw the first punch?

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    2. Canofbacon

      Canofbacon

      40oz said:

      Where a tapout shirt

      I'm not sure where one is.

    3. Ed

      Ed

      Spit in their face.

    4. TwinBeast

      TwinBeast

      How about insulting his mom?

  14. Because I don't like them and my opinion is the only one that matters.

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    2. Springy

      Springy

      TheCupboard said:

      They are pretty bad shirts though. They were popular at my high school, back during the war.

      Never been a fan of them myself, want proper sports gear? Buy Adidas originals. I also don't mind the odd bit of Lonsdale but maybe that's just the Brit in me.

    3. j4rio

      j4rio

      Can we ban OP?

      Because I don't like him and my opinion is the only one that matters.

    4. geo

      geo

      Wanna know what shirt gets me a lot of compliments? My Beavis and Butthead shirt. I get stopped or complimented 2x every time I wear it. Its odd there are a lot more Batman fans in the world, but no one compliments me on that.

  15. Why do math teachers suck at teaching math? In my book it's not an issue of not paying attention and then complaining/blaming everything on the teacher. Ever since the start of high school, I've had a consistent habit of failing at math until someone explained a concept to me in understandable terms, and then acing everything for the rest of the unit.

    For example, I was taught that the definition of a linear equation is as follows:

    1) F(a*X)=a*F(X) for every real number a

    2) F(X+Y) = F(X)+F(Y) for every X and Y which can be taken as an argument of the function or the operator. These two conditions can be sinthesized in the following single one: CONDITION FOR LINEARITY: F(a*X+b*Y) = a*F(X) + b*F(Y)" etc etc etc

    I couldn't understand a thing.

    Then a trustworthy friend of mine explained that a linear equation simply doesn't contain exponents and doesn't curve on a graph. Aced the rest of the unit.

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    2. printz

      printz

      Marnetmar said:

      For example, I was taught that the definition of a linear equation is as follows:

      1) F(a*X)=a*F(X) for every real number a

      2) F(X+Y) = F(X)+F(Y) for every X and Y which can be taken as an argument of the function or the operator. These two conditions can be sinthesized in the following single one: CONDITION FOR LINEARITY: F(a*X+b*Y) = a*F(X) + b*F(Y)" etc etc etc

      I suppose that's meant to generalize in case F applies on any kind of vectors X, Y (like in vector spaces), not just numbers. That kind of generalization ought to be taught in colleges rather than high schools, I think.

      In high schools we were basically taught that linear equations = first degree. Whatever C30N9 said.

    3. C30N9

      C30N9

      What grade are you by the way? Shouldn't these things be taught earlier?

    4. 40oz

      40oz

      In the same way people tend to misinterpret posts on this very forum, some people simply process information differently. So things that seem completely simplified to the teacher may be taught in little detail, while other things get over explained when you understood it right away.

      my teacher in my accounting class seems to explain things the first time in such a way like he's talked about it before, with lots of abbreviations and undefined vocabulary which at times don't make any sense to me. If I follow what he's talking about in the text book it usually makes more sense to me to read it than to listen to him talk about it. The first week of class I've taken notes from his lectures that were completely backwards from what was in the book and more importantly, the test!

      some teachers are really good at interpreting what you aren't getting and explaining it to you in a way you'll understand, and for others its just a job.

  16. I went to the downstairs bathroom this morning and the entire thing was completely flooded, the toilet appearing to be the main source. None of the water is dirty, the toilet has not been backed up recently and furthermore nobody has used that bathroom in the past 24 hours. I'm currently soaking up the water with all the towels I can find.

    I plan on contacting a plumber, but in the meantime can somebody tell me what the fuck just happened? Because frankly, I'm pissed.

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    2. Blastfrog

      Blastfrog

      I once took a shit so big that it clogged the toilet, overflowing and filling the basement with water, ruining a few pieces of electronic equipment. That was not fun.

      (heheh, shit-posting)

    3. Springy

      Springy

      Sodaholic said:

      I once took a shit so big that it clogged the toilet, overflowing and filling the basement with water, ruining a few pieces of electronic equipment. That was not fun.

      (heheh, shit-posting)

      That's nothing sunshine, I once took such a big shit that it took a whole toilet roll (and then some) to get rid of the bum gravy. Luckily though the thing didn't flood because I flushed it a good four times in sections.

    4. Cupboard

      Cupboard

      Paint me a picture of how hairy your crevasse is.

  17. Throat's dry, stomach hurts and I seem to have a rhinoceros stuffed up my nostrils. SOMEBODY SAVE ME.

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    2. Blastfrog

      Blastfrog

      I was just recently afflicted with strep throat. Thankfully, it seems to almost be done, it barely hurts at all anymore.

    3. GreyGhost

      GreyGhost

      It feels like winter might arrive early down here, so I'd better organise a flu shot.

    4. ReFracture

      ReFracture

      Being sick sucks, had to skip my last two work out days.

  18. With a need for exercise and to keep myself occupied I'm considering joining a community boxing club. Anybody have some tips for me?

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    2. DoomUK

      DoomUK

      There's no way any respectable boxing club would let you spar if you're a beginner. In fact, they can't force you to ever spar at all.

      Of course, if you turn out to be really good at it and make competitive boxing your full-time pastime or profession, you might lose a few IQ points.

    3. Chow Yun Thin

      Chow Yun Thin

      Make sure to use Berserk Packs; you'll be winning matches in one hit!

    4. Platinum Shell

      Platinum Shell

      HWGuy said:

      Make sure to use Berserk Packs; you'll be winning matches in one hit!


      He'd probably get charged for manslaughter when his sparring opponent flies to the other side of the ring and collapses into a big pile of gibs.

  19. Would explain why time flies by so fucking fast for me. Anyone else have this?

    1. baronofheck82

      baronofheck82

      I don't; to be honest I've never heard of it.

  20. And I don't give a fuck.

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    2. Bucket

      Bucket

      I'm sorry. I didn't mean to hurt you. You just make me so mad sometimes. Why do you make me hurt you?

    3. Obsidian

      Obsidian

      Fuck me? Okay.

      *Watches porn*

    4. GreyGhost

      GreyGhost

      I'm having flashbacks to the family reunion for Christmas 1995.

  21. Fuck your communist trickle-down economics, I say we should return to feudalism god dammit!

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    2. Marnetmar

      Marnetmar

      STFU librul terrorist scum.

    3. darknation

      darknation

      leftist pre-menstrualist tampaxism?

    4. GreyGhost

      GreyGhost

      Obsidian said:

      So, what's with the outbirst?

      Maybe left his PC unguarded and a friend or relative is having some fun at his expense.

  22. Anyone want a miniature nutsack hanging from your lip? I'd be more than happy to trade chins with you!

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    2. Springy

      Springy

      It depends really is it crimson? Can it knock out a guy with a bronze knee cap? If so, I may consider this offer.

    3. geo

      geo

      DoomUK said:

      Grow a beard.


      Agreed. Or be a politician or gameshow host?

    4. SavageCorona

      SavageCorona

      DoomUK said:

      Grow a beard.

      Grow one that's like Adam Jensen's, I hear gay people say he's sexy with a beard. Genuinely, I know gay people that think that.

  23. Let the pants-shitting begin.

    Any way you guys would recommend that I play it for maximum scare factor? I don't have headphones or anything like that.

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    2. Coopersville

      Coopersville

      It must feel pretty crumby that you just bought it a couple of days before the Humble Indie Bundle V where you could have gotten it and a couple other games for almost nothing.

    3. 40oz

      40oz

      The stupidly moronic AI of that monster thing really kills the experience. I'll give it credit for it's effects of simulating overwhelming fear, but the game itself is tedious, annoying and not very scary.

    4. Justince

      Justince

      AI was far more immersive when stuff just walked slowly toward you.

  24. Every one of the corrupt soulless fucks at DCFS/CPS needs to be thrown in prison. You have not done me any good. You have not done anything to help me, only given me the brief illusion of it. You do NOT know what's best for the child, you can NOT read my mind, and you are NOT interested in the welfare of foster children, only your Ciavarella-esque paychecks.

    Fuck you.

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    2. Blastfrog

      Blastfrog

      Mind explaining what the hell even happened?


      My mom works as a teacher in an inner-city school, and she sees clear abuse from time to time (eg. hand shaped bruises on kid's faces). She reports it to CSB, but they never do a thorough investigation, and blow it off.

      There was once a news story that broke out about them where CSB was told that a mother with her toddler moved into a meth-house. They simply showed up at the house to ask if there was any meth, and were told by the resident meth-heads that there wasn't any, CSB didn't even bother to come inside. They never investigated after that, and the child turned up dead from meth overdose somehow a few weeks later.

    3. Maes

      Maes

      Sodaholic said:

      the child turned up dead from meth overdose somehow a few weeks later.


      Hey, it was its own meth! It should have learned to synthesize it better.

    4. Coopersville

      Coopersville

      My ex-girlfriend's family used to have this neighbour who was a total cokehead. She (the neighbour) got a new boyfriend, under the conditions that he kept her provided with coke and that he act as a father figure for her four-year-old bastard son. CPS got called on them a few times, but nothing seemed to come of it. Eventually the son went on to rape my ex's three-year-old brother, a fun game he was taught by the new boyfriend. After contemplating a couple of homicides, my ex and her family eventually calmed down and informed CPS again. Still nothing.





      The neighbour also had a sixteen-year-old daughter (rumoured to be a coke whore as well). She had some of the biggest/best tits I've ever seen in person. It's one of my greater life regrets not tapping that, despite her coming on to me several times, but the baggage it would have brought on wasn't even worth that.

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