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cbronson

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  1. cbronson

    Quake I vs Quake II

    I've always wondered why Quake II was called Quake at all. But I love them both.
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    Textbook Graffiti

    Law school can get pretty boring... http://i1195.photobucket.com/albums/aa387/bloodandstone/devil1.jpg http://i1195.photobucket.com/albums/aa387/bloodandstone/hell.jpg http://i1195.photobucket.com/albums/aa387/bloodandstone/sea_monster.jpg I no longer have my old defaced books with dicks and vaginas :P
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    Simpsons May Be Cancelled.

    It's amazing how bad this show has turned to. I recently watched one of the "Treehouse of Horrors" episode from the early nineties (from the second or third season, don't remember exactly) and man, I was laughing hard throughout the whole episode.
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    RAGE is apparently a very solid game!

    Fiend, your last post makes me sad. :(
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    Games you have recently revisited

    Revisited SimCity 4 last week. It's either more annoying than I remembered, or I have become more stupid.
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    Best Linux for old computer

    My XP, SP3 machine uses about 160~170 MB when idle. But it's not connected to the internet, so I could afford disabling just about every service that isn't absolutely necessary. I suppose any Linux system with a lightweight DE would be just fine. I have installed Scientific Linux on my mum's computer (a first generation Athlon 64), it has Gnome 2 and it's pretty fast. There are also a few distros with KDE 3, if you prefer KDE, such as Vector Linux.
  7. 1 - Young Lust, Pink Floyd, The Wall 4 - No More Mr. Nice Guy, Alice Cooper, album unknown
  8. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-14931681 If he thinks he's immature for doing that, than so am I, cause if I had a bad eye and lots of money, I would do the same thing. On that page there's also a link to a 12 minute documentary he made, in which he compares the actual state of prosthetic technology with the one from DX:HR. Pretty interesting stuff. Who wouldn't want to replace a lost/broken limb with an artificial one?
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    Windows 8

    Redeemer, I'm in the same bot as you: XP for gaming, Linux for everything else. Everytime someone says "hur ur stooped XP is ten years old " blablabla I feel my head is about to explode. I did use Vista for about a year, and never had problems with it, but went back to XP exactly because it's used for gaming almost exclusively. Which means, I want all the free memory I can get. And I don't want to start another shitfest about "Windows is better than Linux" so I won't even start talking about my favorite OS.
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    Resident Evil 5

    I played RE 1, 2 and 3 on the PSX. I played RE 5 (PC) until the very first big "battle", which was what, 10 minutes in the game? Then I gave up and never played it again. I also share the sentiment that RE 1 was the best. 2 and 3 were good, but pretty easy compared to the first. I can't even count how many times I have beaten those from start to finish. Ah, nostalgia. Remember Claire A/Leon B; Leon A/Claire B? And RE 3, when you got the key for the clothes shop? Those were the days... RE 1 was a different matter though. I am yet to beat RE 1 playing as Chris. And if my memory doesn't fail me, I have finished the game with Claire without saving Chris at the end.
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    Virtual reality concept

    Jesus, I just watched this yesterday! Talk about coincidences... Or, is it possible that there are no coincidences?
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    Doom Builder feature wishlist

    I was just thinking about something like this. In Blender, you can select one vertex, and then press 'ctrl' + '+', and it will select the adjacent vertices to that one, press again and it will select the adjacent to those ones, and so forth. Also, (though I think it's a bit far fetched) making slopes on 3D mode with the touch of a button, like in the Build editor, would be a god send.
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    The /newstuff Chronicles #395

    I quite liked Megamur's reviews. Short, sweet, and to the point.
  14. Someone posted Yanni before, I found out it's pretty good for mapping:
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