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About Chewyninja69

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  1. THIS. 100%.
  2. 32, but feel like 90, mentally. Also, physically (some days).
  3. I do not but I looked it up to see what you were talking about.
  4. As the title states, is there any famous person or celebrity who has confessed their true love for the Doom games? Excluding the Columbine shooters, of course (although I guess they should be considered infamous and not "famous", per se). And if so, who would be considered the most surprising fan?
  5. Mothman. That is all.
  6. Wow, it's only 20 units away? I/anyone should be able to get it. I wonder if it being ported from PC has any effect on it. I may not be going "fast" enough to push into it. On PC you can run faster than on console. Oh well, thanks for the response.
  7. Currently speed running Final Doom:TNT Evilution on Doom Classic Complete for the PS3. On map 5, Hangar, near the start of the level is a gold key that you can grab through the wall. On PC that is. Been trying to do it for a good 45 minutes now to no avail. Is it possible to grab that key on consoles? Never had a problem with any other key grabs through walls.
  8. This is what I meant earlier, 100%. I just couldn't find the words, but only because I work 3rd shift hours and haven't been to sleep yet, haha.
  9. So basically whoever sets the best time in a map/WAD essentially is the "ideal lowest time" until someone else comes along and beats it, I suppose?
  10. I seen that yesterday on Youtube. Exciting stuff. Will be interesting to see how it pans out...
  11. I should've of worded it differently, my bad. I meant for a "non TAS'ing human"
  12. As the title states, I'm interested to know if anyone has any information on this. I was watching Zero Master's 30pl1958 speed run of The Plutonia Experiment and his Doom 2 Nightmare run (30nm2235) and he basically just makes Doom his bitch, ha. But it got me to thinking/wondering: what is the minimum time needed to beat X, Y or Z WAD/what have you? I know that people do TASs of Doom/Doom 2/Final Doom/etc. and that the focus of those are on getting perfect movements/frames/kills/etc. But obviously it's probably very close to being impossible for a non-cheating human to achieve such times, right? So I'm just curious if anyone has done any research into the human limits of speedrunning Doom. P.S. People who speedrun the first Mario game on NES say that the theoretical human limit in a speedrun on that game has almost been achieved.
  13. Lol it's pretty chill where I work. If you really only want 2 friends, just pick the 2 you like the most and alienate the rest... ha. Jk.
  14. Appreciate the response guys; thanks, for the video, 38.
  15. In my experience (YMMV), people generally suck. It's why I work 3rd shift and why I only have 2 friends (and a 3rd that lives 900 miles away). But it's ok, no biggie, imo. Kind of "it is what it is" and me not giving a fuck. If you're unique enough and/or whatever, then people will dig you. If not, don't worry about it. They weren't/aren't worth your time. I dunno what to say, really.