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  1. In no particular order, I seem to get along with these folks the best:

    nxGangrel, Joe-Ilya, Tritnew, darknation, RUSH, MetroidJunkie, TheNerdTurtle2, Fraggle, 40oz, deadwolves, doomkid, Kontra Kommando, and even though I haven't seen him in ages, SuperCupcakeTactics.

    I'm sure there are others, and sorry if I missed anyone.

    So how about you guys? Who are your doombros?

    1. bytor

      bytor

      kinda funny to see dn getting mentions in a thread like this. You kids are cramping his style.

      awww, I wanna be your buddy, too, darknation! heh...heh...heh...

      :/

      :)

      :/

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  2. This is probably a silly place to put this but I'm hoping that DW can spare some positive thoughts?

    Yesterday we found out that my eldest son Nicholas has a brain tumour. He goes in for neuro surgery in about 4 hours and my wife and I are doing our best but we are broken beyond words.

    Please Nicholas come home to us. We've still got mapping to do together.

    Travers

    1. bytor

      bytor

      Been there. Keep yer chin up. Sounds like the girl is trying to express concern and be involved in the best way she knows how. Give her lots of hugs and I hope the best for your son and whole family.

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  3. We already paid the water bill, so why do we not have water? And the worst part is most of our food requires water to cook. Otherwise there's nothing to eat at all. I'm hungry, I need to piss, and I'm dehydrated. FUUUCK.

    1. bytor

      bytor

      joe-ilya said:

      How did you realise you were drinking YOUR DAD's piss? Can you detect who's the real father of a child too by drinking each of their semen droppings?
      Or did your dad tell you "Son, that's my piss, get your own"?


      I don't care what anybody says, this kid cracks me up.

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  4. Just post what you're listening to:
    Biosphere - Bose-Einstein condensation

  5. Ngaz represent Blogs 4 life yo

    1. bytor

      bytor

      That was it, kmxexii. Thanks. I appreciate the response, SavageCorona and dew.

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  6. Omegalore
    Pinchy

    1. bytor

      bytor

      I'm surprised that anyone would be bothered by these little avatars, animated or not. I suppose I might feel differently if I was viewing Doomworld on one of these hand-held devices.

      joe-ilya said:

      I bet he just put it because "Oh look, it's a skeleton! That's so funny I'm going to put it as an avatar"


      Awww, c'mon, little joe! You don't like skeletons?

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  7. I don't mean to be but sometimes I'm a bit paranoid about it. If so what is it that I do that is annoying? I don't know. I'm taking a break from doom for the night because I'm kinda on tilt with my current play through.

  8. Ngaz represent Blogs 4 life yo

    1. bytor

      bytor

      What is the name of the site that was started when people were getting banned from EE? I had started an account there to post about what I really thought of ...the world but never got around to it.

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  9. I guess it's my golden birthday too but it looks like a rainy miserable day today... a perfect excuse to stay inside and play DOOM

    1. bytor

      bytor

      My Sister and Grandmother were both born on Halloween. The family line of witches but the following generation has (so far) failed.

      Happy Birthday. :)

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  10. Sunrise at Ashford Mill Ruins


    Badwater Basin, the lowest point in North America


    Salt crystals in Badwater Basin


    Pretty colours at Artist's Palette


    Golden Canyon


    Warning sign at the entrance to Golden Canyon


    A relatively cold day in hell


    View down towards Badwater Basin from Dante's View, more than 5000 feet above it


    View north/west across Death Valley from Dante's View

    1. bytor

      bytor

      Clonehunter said:

      Mmm, 95 sure sounds nice :P


      it looks so quiet and peaceful, though. I think I could handle the heat. I long to remove myself from the rat race.

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  11. Last night, up till 10pm watching music videos on YouTube.

    Go to bed, wife locks doors and joins me shortly after returning from the King of Prussia Mall. She came home in her friends car.

    Forgot to change the alarm so I wake up at 3:30am, an hour earlier than intended.

    Walk the dog at 3:30am, observe my car still in front of house. Observe nothing unusual. Very quiet Sunday morning.

    Return home at 4am, car still parked in front of house.

    Feed dog, eat a banana, observe car keys sitting on kitchen counter.

    Go up stairs to bed, nap for an hour because I don't have work until 6:00am (didn't lock front door, didn't think id need to for only an hour -- and after walking up and down the neighborhood without seeing anything suspicious,)

    Wake up at 5:00, brush my teeth, change clothes, put on deodorant, come down stairs, look at phone for a few minutes to kill some time, then go to kitchen.

    Can't find keys.

    Retrace steps around the house, thinking if I moved the keys to a location where they'd be easier to notice for about 15 minutes, its now 5:50am

    Look out the window -- CAR IS MISSING.

    Call police. Officer on the way.

    Call work, tell them I cant come in, car is stolen, work uniform in the car.

    Officer arrives at 6:10am gets some information. Asks if we were drunk last night, if the car could possibly have been repossessed, if we have any friends who might have believed it was okay to borrow, if there's something of value in the car, if we have enemies (crazy ex girlfriend, crazy relatives) that might want to get revenge for something, but we answered no to all the questions.

    My wife and I are the only ones who live in the house. We haven't had any guests at the house for weeks, we don't have any enemies (afaik) that would want to do something to us, our crazy schizophrenic next door neighbor doesn't drive and has been in the hospital for the past five days. And my car isn't really worth anything or has anything of value in it.

    The crazy thing is that someone entered my house WHILE I was in the house, with my wife and my dog. I don't know how they got in without alerting my dog, or me, or anyone. The keys were not in a very obvious place, I don't think, at least not more obvious than other things such as an iPad that was sitting on the living room couch, a Nintendo Wii, a bluray player, expensive makeup my wife came home with, an engagement ring that was in the bathroom(!!)

    I don't know who could have done it. I honestly dont have any friends who know me so personally to know my morning routine, so I can only imagine it was some stranger stalker in the neighborhood who saw an opportunity (not even a good opportunity either, we were all in the house!) couldn't find anything else out of place or unusual with the house. This person was really inconspicuous for someone who would commit such a risky crime for a relatively little reward.

    I am however, relieved no one was hurt and other than my missing car, nothing was damaged or destroyed.

    I know statistically that most people that steal (or get caught stealing) vehicles often take them for a joy ride and dump them off somewhere else usually pretty far away and that most people who do often get away with it. Most of them usually aren't even recovered. The officer said this is a very strange and unusual case that we don't know anyone or can suspect anyone who would have done it, to freely enter our house, take the keys and leave with the car. Its a super ballsy thing to do.

    If anyone has had any experience with having a stolen car, or has any advice they heard from someone who had their car stolen, I could really use it. At the moment im changing the locks on all my doors and waiting to get a call from the police to tell me they found it.

    1. bytor

      bytor

      or the selector is in "Park"? :/

      Hope it's just a cable and not the tranny ($$$).

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  12. nooblet, before you start asking for volunteers for your new mega-cool-and-whatnot community megawad project, make sure you have something to show first (previous WADs, experience with project management, etc). Keep in mind we've already seen thousands of awesome community megawad project ideas that fell apart at the seams.

    1. bytor

      bytor

      [bytor]
      Don't even open the map editor as you will get wrapped up into tedious little sectoring and then start moving vertices all around until you have a big ugly mess (now with slopes and 3D floors!) and your skybox looks like crap. Keep in mind that you've already seen tens of these unfinished crap bytor wads sitting on your hard drive. Just shut the computer off after closing the map editor so you're not tempted to then post skeletons with some stupid commentary with links that nobody gives two shits about.
      [/bytor]

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  13. Last night, up till 10pm watching music videos on YouTube.

    Go to bed, wife locks doors and joins me shortly after returning from the King of Prussia Mall. She came home in her friends car.

    Forgot to change the alarm so I wake up at 3:30am, an hour earlier than intended.

    Walk the dog at 3:30am, observe my car still in front of house. Observe nothing unusual. Very quiet Sunday morning.

    Return home at 4am, car still parked in front of house.

    Feed dog, eat a banana, observe car keys sitting on kitchen counter.

    Go up stairs to bed, nap for an hour because I don't have work until 6:00am (didn't lock front door, didn't think id need to for only an hour -- and after walking up and down the neighborhood without seeing anything suspicious,)

    Wake up at 5:00, brush my teeth, change clothes, put on deodorant, come down stairs, look at phone for a few minutes to kill some time, then go to kitchen.

    Can't find keys.

    Retrace steps around the house, thinking if I moved the keys to a location where they'd be easier to notice for about 15 minutes, its now 5:50am

    Look out the window -- CAR IS MISSING.

    Call police. Officer on the way.

    Call work, tell them I cant come in, car is stolen, work uniform in the car.

    Officer arrives at 6:10am gets some information. Asks if we were drunk last night, if the car could possibly have been repossessed, if we have any friends who might have believed it was okay to borrow, if there's something of value in the car, if we have enemies (crazy ex girlfriend, crazy relatives) that might want to get revenge for something, but we answered no to all the questions.

    My wife and I are the only ones who live in the house. We haven't had any guests at the house for weeks, we don't have any enemies (afaik) that would want to do something to us, our crazy schizophrenic next door neighbor doesn't drive and has been in the hospital for the past five days. And my car isn't really worth anything or has anything of value in it.

    The crazy thing is that someone entered my house WHILE I was in the house, with my wife and my dog. I don't know how they got in without alerting my dog, or me, or anyone. The keys were not in a very obvious place, I don't think, at least not more obvious than other things such as an iPad that was sitting on the living room couch, a Nintendo Wii, a bluray player, expensive makeup my wife came home with, an engagement ring that was in the bathroom(!!)

    I don't know who could have done it. I honestly dont have any friends who know me so personally to know my morning routine, so I can only imagine it was some stranger stalker in the neighborhood who saw an opportunity (not even a good opportunity either, we were all in the house!) couldn't find anything else out of place or unusual with the house. This person was really inconspicuous for someone who would commit such a risky crime for a relatively little reward.

    I am however, relieved no one was hurt and other than my missing car, nothing was damaged or destroyed.

    I know statistically that most people that steal (or get caught stealing) vehicles often take them for a joy ride and dump them off somewhere else usually pretty far away and that most people who do often get away with it. Most of them usually aren't even recovered. The officer said this is a very strange and unusual case that we don't know anyone or can suspect anyone who would have done it, to freely enter our house, take the keys and leave with the car. Its a super ballsy thing to do.

    If anyone has had any experience with having a stolen car, or has any advice they heard from someone who had their car stolen, I could really use it. At the moment im changing the locks on all my doors and waiting to get a call from the police to tell me they found it.

    1. bytor

      bytor

      Twice I've walked out to find a smashed window and the stereo gone but never the whole car. That must feel like a total rape, especially since they were in your house. That's the worst part.

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  14. Hi there,

    I'm seriously interested in buying your forum. Would you please let me know what price, hopefully reasonable, you would be wiling to accept? I can pay via paypal or escrow.com. thank you!

    Clark

    1. bytor

      bytor

      heh, you guys want to buy post hell.

      You're not doing it right.

      WARNING: Do not open if easily hypnotized or prone to epileptic fits.

      Spoiler:


      you are getting sleepyyyyy

      you will obey my comandssssss

      you will place the gif found below into the top right corner of Post Hellllllll

      Spoiler:

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  15. Scared shitless.

    Anyone have some advice?

    1. bytor

      bytor

      SavageCorona said:

      From what I hear, American college dorm rooms are scarier than hospital rooms.


      I remember one dorm that had trash and bottles all over the place. It was filthy. Couldn't wait to get out of there.

      I suppose "Leave your door open!" is a reference to what a parent says to a teen when he has his girlfriend over. Don't know why I didn't think of that.

      I was scared shitless when I moved out, too. That I remember like it was yesterday. Climbing into the car packed full of my stuff...Mom and Dad standing there with tears in their eyes...Knots in my stomach...

      I moved to Cleveland from Columbus to go to a diesel truck mechanic school. Absolutely hated it there. Cleveland was a big shithole back then and I was sooo homesick for friends and family.

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  16. Scared shitless.

    Anyone have some advice?

    1. bytor

      bytor

      Linguica said:

      KEEP UR DORM ROOM DOOR OPEN!!!


      Is this really a thing? I've set up pool tables in the rec rooms of a few dorms at The Ohio State University and everybody had their doors open. It was like walking down the hallway of a hospital and you want to look into the rooms but you're worried about what you might see so you try to keep your eyes glued to the numbers on the wall.

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  17. Scared shitless.

    Anyone have some advice?

    1. bytor

      bytor

      Keep yer chin up and yer nose clean (maintain positive attitude and stay out of trouble). Don't let that home-sickness drag you down. Focus on why you're there. Proper food and sleep helps lots.

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    1. bytor

      bytor

      GreyGhost said:

      they're skinned and the pelts turned into tacky souveniers by Chinese prison labour.


      I just looked into this and you weren't kidding. I read a couple articles and watched a video of cats and dogs being skinned alive. Almost cried.

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  19. And it was good.

    Yeah, that's pretty much it. I thought I had more to say, but apparently not.

    1. bytor

      bytor

      I just guzzled a glass of Dew because this pizza has me very thirsty.

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    1. bytor

      bytor

      GreyGhost said:

      AFAIK - they're skinned and the pelts turned into tacky souveniers by Chinese prison labour. As for the rest, I'm told they taste like chicken.


      I tell my cat that I'm going to eat her if she doesn't shut the hell up.

      Apparently, she knows I'm kidding.

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  21. Apparently I drink an average of 44 units of beer in a week. This is considered to be a bad thing.

    Compiling a high score board of DW regulars. Be honest.

    And now, I'm off to the pub to drink until I'm retarded.

  22. I just had an operation to cut something out. Won't go into nasty details but it fockin' bloody well 'urts. Plus the fuckers had to poke a hole in both my hands cause the first needle didn't go into a vein. At least being asleep was fun. Too bad the chicken sandwich they gave me after was dry and impossible to chew. At least it was free.

    So discuss any surgeries/operations you had that left you awkwardly typing sideways in bed or just any really.

    1. bytor

      bytor

      You stuck something in your ass and couldn't pull it out? After reading a forum for hospital workers, I have deduced that there are far too many people raping themselves in the ass with foreign objects.

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    1. bytor

      bytor

      I'm broken. True story.

      I wonder if there is a special room in heaven or hell for all the slaughtered Doomworld kittens.

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  24. Can I get a ban for 2 weeks or so pls? And if I like it I'll ask for more. I find it hard to limit my internet activities so a little help would be very welcome.

  25. Just post what you're listening to:
    Biosphere - Bose-Einstein condensation

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