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Linkrulezall

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  1. Linkrulezall

    What are your YouTube preferences?

    If I'm gonna watch a playthrough with commentary, whoever's playing better make absolutely sure they know what they're doing (and preferably more about the game than the average player). There's few things that cause me to lose interest in an LP faster than players who barely try to understand what they're doing so they can dedicate more mental resources to re-hashing the latest stale memes and being "quirky".
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    Doomworld Mega Project 2016 (v2 is on /idgames)

    I always end up getting interested in these things, maybe this year I'll finally work up the motivation to actually submit something.
  3. Linkrulezall

    Post a picture of yourself!

    Haven't been to this thread in a while so here, have this:
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    Seinfeld.wad - Jerry's Apartment: A DOOM II .wad!

    That's it, close down Doomworld. Our purpose has been fulfilled. There is no way that anyone is ever going to even come close to making a project as excellent as this one within our collective future.
  5. I'm assuming you've heard of The Sky May Be. Maybe you read about it in Ling's Top 10 Infamous Wads list, maybe you found it some other way. If you haven't, open a new tab and Google it, then come back. However, it has a strange install method that you don't see in many WADs (this is the only wad I've seen that uses it). This has put many people off playing it, and that's frankly a shame. I did the install method, added a couple of lumps to make things work right, imported the DeHackEd patch into the wad itself, and BAM! Now YOU can take a dive in the infamy yourself, without breaking out the DOS prompt and fiddling around with command lines. You can even play it with any Zdoom based port, it works fine. Get it here: http://www.2shared.com/file/wID3U6nR/SKYMAYBE.html
  6. Linkrulezall

    what game (besides doom) are you playing?

    For the last month or so, my gaming has been a consistent rotation of Shadow Warrior, Donkey Kong Country (now 2), Tetris & Dr. Mario, and occasionally GTA Online (when I can get some friends in on it)
  7. Linkrulezall

    "I'm Not Ashamed"

    I'm talking specifically about this movie
  8. Linkrulezall

    "I'm Not Ashamed"

    When are we getting the video game tie-in?
  9. Linkrulezall

    What is your job?

    I currently hold a highly esteemed job at the most prestigious of companies in which I make enough money to sustain not only my own life but also a potential family if I ever decide to start one because I just make that much.
  10. Linkrulezall

    Fake Pink Floyd/Syd Barrett Tunes

    Because I couldn't think of any other relevant threads for this:
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    Fake Pink Floyd/Syd Barrett Tunes

    Who else remembers back in the dark ages, when anyone could just upload anything to Napster or Limewire and claim that some big famous act was responsible for it? Anyways, I've been trying to track down some of the more interesting ones and as a result I have a little collection here. https://www.dropbox.com/s/0vrth5zn0tpxpv5/Fake%20Pink%20Floyd%20%26%20Syd.zip?dl=1 As far as I can tell the Astronomy Domine and Piggyback "demos" are both from an old hoax tape known as the "Freak-Out Demos" which has been circulating as far back as the 80s and was assumed to be legitimate for a while. Fuckin' awful to actually listen to, though. I've been trying to find the rest of the Freak-Out tape, but upon repeated listening to these I think they might be better off lost. Still, if you've got 'em I'd like to hear 'em (for some reason). The version of Interstellar Overdrive in here is of slightly higher quality, though that's not particularly difficult. Still fake, though. Susan's Lungs is one that my dad got back in the late '90s and we didn't figure out the deal behind it until recently. Apparently the backing track is real (lifted from the Silas Lang backing track) but whatever that is on top if it is fake. I've also got a fake Beatles tune under the name "Pink Litmus Paper Shirt" that uses the same lifted backing track, but didn't bother including it here. I believe there's a copy of it on Youtube. Chooka Chooka Chug Chug, Stanley The Simpleton, and Cinnamon Toast are entirely original. Out of anything in here, I'd honestly recommend giving Cinnamon Toast a listen or two. It's funny. Stanley The Simpleton is alright too, though definitely not up to the Floyd standard. Have any of you got any interesting fakes that you got off a P2P network years ago and appear to be pretty much unavailable on the net today? I'd like to hear 'em!
  12. Okay, gonna cut right to the chase. Next time you prepare yourself a cheeseburger, rather than putting the cheese on the patty and serving it on a bun serve the patty and all its other accouterments between two grilled (or toasted) cheese sandwiches.

    You'll thank me later. Reply with pic if you actually try it. Also, I usually split mine in half and save half for later to avoid over-gorging.

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    2. SYS

      SYS

      A couple of bars I've been to have this on their menu. One called it the "Sasquatch Burger", the other "Anaconda Burger". Same idea, burger using two grilled cheese sandwiches for buns.

    3. printz

      printz

      Linkrulezall said:

      serve the patty and all its other accouterments between two grilled (or toasted) cheese sandwiches.

      That sounds fat.

    4. Ledillman

      Ledillman

      printz said:

      That sounds fat.


      And i will take it :P

  13. Linkrulezall

    No Cracked games in the future .

    Spyro 3 and Earthbound gave pirates hell for a while back in the day, Just Cause 3 is giving pirates hell now. I don't think we've got much to worry about.
  14. Linkrulezall

    Fake Pink Floyd/Syd Barrett Tunes

    If there's not, then there should be. Fakery is also a pretty big problem in the Boards Of Canada community, definitely no shortage of hokum or jive there.
  15. Linkrulezall

    Any good jokewads?

    Since it's a 2GB download with about 15 different wads containing all the data, I doubt it. Also, here are some other superior jokewads that Grezzo 2 stole from: -Mandrill Ass Project -What Da Fuck?/wdf.pk3 (Play at your own risk)
  16. Linkrulezall

    Any good jokewads?

    If you're looking for something technically impressive I'd check out B4NM, it's pretty insane how quality that wad would be if you scraped off all the terry crap. I'm also working on a little project myself called Pintos and Cheese, be on the lookout for that at some point. I also personally quite like the Knee Deep in the Money series, you all should play the third one that just came out.
  17. Linkrulezall

    Your avatar is dumb

    ┬┐Por que no las dos?
  18. Linkrulezall

    Knee-Deep in the Money: Episode 3

    Some bits are pretty rough around the edges, but all around it's a worthy successor to the previous entries in the KDIM series.
  19. Linkrulezall

    Trouble listening to the song?

    Of course, sometimes the lyrics are actually really important to "getting" an album. For example: Then again, a lot of my favorite music is completely/mostly instrumental (Boards of Canada, for example)
  20. Linkrulezall

    5 Genre-Defining Games Forgotten by History

    Even Sweet Home wasn't the first to implement a lot of what makes survival horror games today. That title would actually go to The Land That Time Forgot (unless there's actually an even earlier one). Guru Larry did a pretty excellent video about it here:
  21. Linkrulezall

    Do you web surf or return to the same sites?

    Ever since I got my new computer and no longer had to worry (much) about things getting slow and bogged down, I've developed a bad habit of leaving about 60-70 tabs open while only using about 2 or 3 of them. Eventually it does start to take its toll on my system, probably wouldn't be a problem if all I did was return to the same sites. 1. Get yourself a browser extension like OneTab or Session Manager (I personally use OneTab since it condenses everything into a list rather than opening all the tabs again at the same time). 2. Not entirely sure where to look for this one. DuckDuckGo maybe? 3. Yeah, I'd like to know how to do this too.
  22. Yeah, I just noticed the updated subscriptions page. Making it so that the items are sorted by upload date and fitting about 6x more in the space of a page actually makes a considerable bit of sense. I actually have nothing to complain about, they did a good job for once. Something is clearly going horribly wrong over at the Google headquarters, and I'm determined to get to the bottom of it. Anyone got any leads?
  23. Linkrulezall

    Where do you live?

    I live in a little-known province called Nona Yabizness
  24. As a result of a combination of moving to college, being pretty burned out on Doom in general, and keeping most of my inane ramblings confined to the Twoism forums, my recent outings with Doom and Doomworld have been few and far between. I've been getting back into a lot of old grooves lately (for instance, I forgot how much I loved Pearl Jam for a while), it looks as though I'm ready to jump back in.

    Expect to see some new WADs/PK3s coming from my general direction at some point in the future. I've had plenty of ideas in my absence. Not going to specify what any of them are or when they'll be coming out, since it's a lot easier to live up to expectations when people expect nothing.

    Stay tuned!

    1. dg93

      dg93

      Welcome back

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