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  1. Also does anyone else have plans for thanksgiving this year?

    1. TimeOfDeath666

      TimeOfDeath666

      That happened to me too, a long time ago.

      By the way, Thanksgiving was in October. I remember last year for American Thanksgiving, there was a football game on tv when it was supposed to be Judge Judy. I was pretty pissed. But this year, after the mandatory switch from analog to digital signal for tv, I don't get to watch Judge Judy anymore because the station's signal is too weak for me to pick up. FUCKING PISSED.

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  2. Shit was so cash.

    1. TimeOfDeath666

      TimeOfDeath666

      lols eternalslumberparty is awesome

      So Creaphis, do you guys watch Jets games every Saturday or what?

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  3. Shit was so cash.

    1. TimeOfDeath666

      TimeOfDeath666

      I saw a couple minutes of the Spiderman movie on tv on the weekend and Spidey's girlfriend (Kirsten Dunst) was whining about something and Spidey was like "dont worry it'll be fine, just keep your head up, etc." and she's all like "dont say that, try to understand what its like for me", and I was thinking like "stfu bitch, he's fucking SPIDERMAN, leave him alone". That's what I think of you, Creaphis. You're Spiderman to me.

      By the way, Kirsten Dunst did a nude photoshoot recently. Check it.

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  4. My mate and I were driving to get some dinner and he's like "let's check out this new grocery store" so we take a right turn off the main road and follow this plaza drive which goes a bit before getting to an isolated parking lot for this one store, Aldis. It's very hard to see from the main road and the fact that it's set away and by itself was a bit strange. There are only a handful of grocery stores where I live and I know them all pretty well, so I was like.. where'd this new store come from? never heard of it.. weird. We go inside and as we enter we see a poster on the door advertising $23/hr manager position. The aisles are strangely minimalist and there are cardboard boxes everywhere with food in them. There's hardly anyone in the store... no one is at any of the cash registers. A man with a distant, isolated expression on his face pushes a floor cleaner around the store. Fruit is stacked on cardboard boxes. A container of grapes rests haphazardly and half opened. There's hardly anyone in the store (did I mention that already?) The few people there seem a little too ordinary and comfortable in this strange place. Are they really part of the same town? Are they even part of the same universe? I can't tell if I've entered into the future or the past. Even the attractive lady with nice legs seems to have a veil of doldrum about her. The prices seem really low. We go up to one of the referidgerator doors to get some milk and as I pull out a gallon of rBST free whole milk for only $3.19, I see a giant, unlit, cold, industrial and completely empty concrete room behind the minimalist milk shelf. Giant fans are blowing on the far wall facing me.

    We get to the check out line and James notices there are no plastic bags. Only empty cardboard boxes near the entrance to the checkout line. We grab some and while I've always been in favor of reusing cardboard boxes to plastic bags, the whole setup feels very cheap. We start asking the checkout girl where the store came from. Apparently it's only been here since December. It's owned by Trader Joes but until recently was only in Germany. I mention that the store has a very temporary feel to it. The cashier gives me a quick look like I'm way out of bounds "temporary..." she odles. I then ask if she thinks the store will be around very long. She's quick with her affirmative response: "Once we open a store, we never close it. We've been opening about two stores per week."

    She gives us instructions on how to return our grocery carts. Give a quarter, get a quarter back.. or something. I didn't fully understand the process; was still trying to get my bearings on how we suddenly stepped into the Truman Show.... James isn't able to figure out how to chain up the grocery cart to the rest of the carts. I give it a try--clip in the dangling clip to the one in front, and we go back to my car, very bemused, but eager to get back to the real world.

    1. TimeOfDeath666

      TimeOfDeath666

      It sounds like you have expensive milk too, Stewboy. :(

      Technician, that's weird because I think the only place I've been to that rented carts was a Price Chopper in Oakville. I'm between Milton and Guelph, and I use Sobey's or Superstore (and I remember the Food Basics in Milton didn't rent carts either). Guess I'm just lucky.

      STILL NO SIGN OF CHOCOLATE STUFFED CROISSANTS, THOUGH

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  5. My mate and I were driving to get some dinner and he's like "let's check out this new grocery store" so we take a right turn off the main road and follow this plaza drive which goes a bit before getting to an isolated parking lot for this one store, Aldis. It's very hard to see from the main road and the fact that it's set away and by itself was a bit strange. There are only a handful of grocery stores where I live and I know them all pretty well, so I was like.. where'd this new store come from? never heard of it.. weird. We go inside and as we enter we see a poster on the door advertising $23/hr manager position. The aisles are strangely minimalist and there are cardboard boxes everywhere with food in them. There's hardly anyone in the store... no one is at any of the cash registers. A man with a distant, isolated expression on his face pushes a floor cleaner around the store. Fruit is stacked on cardboard boxes. A container of grapes rests haphazardly and half opened. There's hardly anyone in the store (did I mention that already?) The few people there seem a little too ordinary and comfortable in this strange place. Are they really part of the same town? Are they even part of the same universe? I can't tell if I've entered into the future or the past. Even the attractive lady with nice legs seems to have a veil of doldrum about her. The prices seem really low. We go up to one of the referidgerator doors to get some milk and as I pull out a gallon of rBST free whole milk for only $3.19, I see a giant, unlit, cold, industrial and completely empty concrete room behind the minimalist milk shelf. Giant fans are blowing on the far wall facing me.

    We get to the check out line and James notices there are no plastic bags. Only empty cardboard boxes near the entrance to the checkout line. We grab some and while I've always been in favor of reusing cardboard boxes to plastic bags, the whole setup feels very cheap. We start asking the checkout girl where the store came from. Apparently it's only been here since December. It's owned by Trader Joes but until recently was only in Germany. I mention that the store has a very temporary feel to it. The cashier gives me a quick look like I'm way out of bounds "temporary..." she odles. I then ask if she thinks the store will be around very long. She's quick with her affirmative response: "Once we open a store, we never close it. We've been opening about two stores per week."

    She gives us instructions on how to return our grocery carts. Give a quarter, get a quarter back.. or something. I didn't fully understand the process; was still trying to get my bearings on how we suddenly stepped into the Truman Show.... James isn't able to figure out how to chain up the grocery cart to the rest of the carts. I give it a try--clip in the dangling clip to the one in front, and we go back to my car, very bemused, but eager to get back to the real world.

    1. TimeOfDeath666

      TimeOfDeath666

      Whoa, they do loonies here in Canada? I didn't notice that. The two grocery stores I go to, you can just grab a cart for free. I always put the cart in one of the few "cart collections" they have in the parking lot, or put it back in the store if the store is closer to the vehicle.

      Do they have chocolate stuffed croissants in the US? I had them once and they were amazing. The closest I've come to finding something like that are these chocolate stuffed pastry things they sell at Sobey's. Also good like hell.

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  6. I've been wanting to put some money into this company for some years now, but when I was living in the UK, I didn't have a means to do so, as they are only listed in Australia (GGG.AX), Germany and North America.



    I finally did so today. I've been to Greenland several times, and like the place very much, but have also found the lack of opportunities for work and wealth creation for the Greenlanders to be quite depressing at times. So I'm very pleased to support a responsible company that is working together with the Greenland authorities to make something of the country's vast wealth of resources.

    I also feel that it has great growth potential, as the developer of the biggest rare earth metal resource outside China. And it has a cool web address: ggg.gl.

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      TimeOfDeath666

      My dad runs a company that does airborne surveys and I process data for it. He's never done a survey in Greenland, but these days it's mostly gold that his clients are looking for.

  7. I was watching some of The Green Herring's UV-Max videos of random PWADs on youtube and was a map that reminded me of some of my early (EARLY) doom mapping way back when. I had then remembered many years ago being heartbroken from having a laptop that I burned out to the point of not even being able to turn it on. My oldest brother was able to remove the harddrive and extract all the data on to some DVDs for me much later. By that time I recuperated from the loss of data I had on there and moved on. I decided today that I would load the DVD up and browse around.

    I was amazed to run into a ton of my past files. I found some old freeware games I used to play, folders and folders of punk music I used to listen to (brings back memories!) and a whole bunch of images including some custom made forum profile pictures like the one seen below:



    I guess I thought that was funny when I was in middle school.

    Apparently Ashley Robbins was my favorite pornstar because I found a folder jampacked with her nude photoshoots among a few other random playboy playmate pics and some of Carmen Electra. Also found a folder of a bunch of myspace pics of my first girlfriend I used to creep on. Probably whacked off to those pictures too. Found some screenshots of old wads I was playing that I shared with a friend of mine who is also a Doomer. Found some slige wads (slige was a big deal at the time) I also stumbled on a folder with some midi files I had extracted from Doom wads like Scythe 2 and Memento Mori. I found a few that I recognize but am unsure what their origin is, it would be awesome if any of you guys could identify them for me.

    I'm a bit dissapointed that I could not find the earliest bits of Doom mapping I've ever done which include edits of DOOM1.WAD, and some urban deathmatch maps. I did find my JDoom folder which was loaded with wads I was playing like Icarus and DOOMUD3.WAD, whatever that is. However I did stumble across this wad I found in my Doombuilder folder aptly named "jon.wad" which isn't my first map ever, but it's about the earliest piece of doom history of mine I will ever find. I don't even remember making it. Here's a download link if you guys want to see what I've been doing way back in 2004. It's MAP02.

    http://jbserver.com/forums/attachments/8342_jon.zip

    I do however remember working on a megawad that was going to replace SS Nazis with a cool doom zombie look alike. (basically a strife guy with doomguy's helmet) It's very short, clearly unfinished and full of unclosed sectors. I think I was trying to achieve a vanilla deep water effect and the architecture is inspired by fbase6.wad I believe. Boy how times have changed.

  8. My mate and I were driving to get some dinner and he's like "let's check out this new grocery store" so we take a right turn off the main road and follow this plaza drive which goes a bit before getting to an isolated parking lot for this one store, Aldis. It's very hard to see from the main road and the fact that it's set away and by itself was a bit strange. There are only a handful of grocery stores where I live and I know them all pretty well, so I was like.. where'd this new store come from? never heard of it.. weird. We go inside and as we enter we see a poster on the door advertising $23/hr manager position. The aisles are strangely minimalist and there are cardboard boxes everywhere with food in them. There's hardly anyone in the store... no one is at any of the cash registers. A man with a distant, isolated expression on his face pushes a floor cleaner around the store. Fruit is stacked on cardboard boxes. A container of grapes rests haphazardly and half opened. There's hardly anyone in the store (did I mention that already?) The few people there seem a little too ordinary and comfortable in this strange place. Are they really part of the same town? Are they even part of the same universe? I can't tell if I've entered into the future or the past. Even the attractive lady with nice legs seems to have a veil of doldrum about her. The prices seem really low. We go up to one of the referidgerator doors to get some milk and as I pull out a gallon of rBST free whole milk for only $3.19, I see a giant, unlit, cold, industrial and completely empty concrete room behind the minimalist milk shelf. Giant fans are blowing on the far wall facing me.

    We get to the check out line and James notices there are no plastic bags. Only empty cardboard boxes near the entrance to the checkout line. We grab some and while I've always been in favor of reusing cardboard boxes to plastic bags, the whole setup feels very cheap. We start asking the checkout girl where the store came from. Apparently it's only been here since December. It's owned by Trader Joes but until recently was only in Germany. I mention that the store has a very temporary feel to it. The cashier gives me a quick look like I'm way out of bounds "temporary..." she odles. I then ask if she thinks the store will be around very long. She's quick with her affirmative response: "Once we open a store, we never close it. We've been opening about two stores per week."

    She gives us instructions on how to return our grocery carts. Give a quarter, get a quarter back.. or something. I didn't fully understand the process; was still trying to get my bearings on how we suddenly stepped into the Truman Show.... James isn't able to figure out how to chain up the grocery cart to the rest of the carts. I give it a try--clip in the dangling clip to the one in front, and we go back to my car, very bemused, but eager to get back to the real world.

    1. TimeOfDeath666

      TimeOfDeath666

      $2.99 for a gallon of milk? WTF
      In Canada, I pay $5-$7 for 4 litres of skim milk (1 gallon = 3.78 litres). I only get groceries once a month, so I like to get one of the brands with a later expiration date, but they're closer to $7. Btw, Canada sucks.

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  9. my youtube channel has 666 views.

    Also, three tourists climbed over the fence and fell down this waterfall. One of the three people slipped and fell into the river and then the other two went after her and all three went over the falls and are presumed dead.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQpHGO9CQf0#t=40s

    jump to 40 seconds in the video.

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      TimeOfDeath666

      I shared locker 666 with a friend for a year in high school (we asked the girl who originally had the locker if we could trade with her). We put up gross pictures from rotten.com inside the locker. I was a mega-knob back in the day.

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  10. YO

    I wrote 3 new songs during a couple months after the show Dave and I played in Hamilton last Halloween. But Dave's being a professional crastinator, so I recorded the guitar and drums by myself last night and today. The songs haven't shown up on http://myspace.com/timeofdeath yet, but here are download links if you want.

    The songs are similar to that song Nostril Caverns I posted a while ago.

    http://timeofdeath.wrvids.com/music/Cora-IPutPlayDohInYourPocket256.mp3

    http://timeofdeath.wrvids.com/music/Cora-TheFamilyGrowOp256.mp3

    http://timeofdeath.wrvids.com/music/Cora-PsychopathOrEasyStreet256.mp3

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      TimeOfDeath666

      My older stuff is brutal death metal and I recently finished writing a brutal death/black metal cd called "It's a Trap". The song "killing is stupid" is on http://myspace.com/timeofdeath. There's also the song "Shard 10 to 17" on the myspace page which is probably the "brutal-est" stuff I've done, but the drums are programmed (It's from 2002-2003).

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  11. A thread for any guitarists on here to talk about guitars and the playing of them. Electric, acoustic, whatever styles you're into, share your stories, tips and tricks, tell us about your gear, favourite tunings etc. Bassists are welcome, too.


    I'm a hobbyist. I've been playing guitar for about four years, on and off. I guess a lack of perseverance and and a lack of money to be able to afford any tutoring means that I can't play certain stuff that I really ought to be able to after the length of time I've been practicing, but I have fun with what I can do. It's not like I'm in competition with anyone, and I'm too old to consider/fantasize about becoming a professional musician so I just enjoy pissing around with stuff.

    My equipment leaves much to be desired. A Squier Strat' (currently C#, lowest it will go without modifying it to accommodate super heavy gauge strings), some 15-watt Marshall practice amp and a Digitech distortion pedal. I swear better gear would inspire me to become a player; I'd love to be able to at least afford a really nice amplifier but I have to make do with what I've got. C'est la vie.

    So, yeah. Let's go.

    1. TimeOfDeath666

      TimeOfDeath666

      I've been playing since 1995. When I was starting out, I learned a few things from friends, like how to play "glycerine" by bush, and stuff like that, but other than that I haven't taken lessons and am basically self-taught. I found it really helped me to learn songs by my favourite bands and try to play along to the cd, and it was really fun too. Like playing along to Slayer or something was hella fun back in the day. It also really helped to try to figure the songs out by myself instead of reading tabs. And it also helped to write songs myself.

      I've never been really into gear and stuff. Like, I don't care what kind of guitar I use or what kind of wood it's made out of or whatever. I just use what I got. I'd love to have all awesome gear, but shit is expensive so I don't worry about it. At the moment I have a Jackson something or other and a Marshall half-stack amp (not sure how big the speakers are). I don't use effects pedals anymore. I always use PowerTab for writing songs. I sit in front of the computer with my guitar and start making the song on the guitar, then I'll write the riffs out in powertab until it's how I want it, then I'll write more riffs on guitar, etc.

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  12. YO

    I wrote 3 new songs during a couple months after the show Dave and I played in Hamilton last Halloween. But Dave's being a professional crastinator, so I recorded the guitar and drums by myself last night and today. The songs haven't shown up on http://myspace.com/timeofdeath yet, but here are download links if you want.

    The songs are similar to that song Nostril Caverns I posted a while ago.

    http://timeofdeath.wrvids.com/music/Cora-IPutPlayDohInYourPocket256.mp3

    http://timeofdeath.wrvids.com/music/Cora-TheFamilyGrowOp256.mp3

    http://timeofdeath.wrvids.com/music/Cora-PsychopathOrEasyStreet256.mp3

    1. TimeOfDeath666

      TimeOfDeath666

      You the man now dawg! Thx for listening.

      I think it's an acquired taste. For most people, it prolly sounds like Creaphis' opinion about Eternal Doom: "random bullshit". :)

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