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1336  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Eternal Eden - (indie RPG) on: March 18, 2009, 11:51:16 PM
Well I graced you with the 100th comment. Now make a second one, dammit.
1337  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: Family who are "too fat to work" need more benefits on: March 18, 2009, 01:35:24 AM
"All that healthy food, like fruit and veg, is too expensive. We're fat because it's in our genes. Our whole family is overweight," she added.

Can't forget to add in They are fat because it's in their genes.

They can really make a cheap balanced veg/fruit meal every day, they just don't want to miss out on their bacon butties.
1338  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: So much for the Mana Khemia PSP port? on: March 16, 2009, 04:54:00 PM
Never played Godhand, but have seen it in action and looks real fun. I always love goofy games with good music, and the ending credits theme has to be one of my favorite ending themes of all time. It's just... absurd, like the game. :)
1339  Media / Miscellaneous Games / Re: Periodic Table of Video Game Characters on: March 16, 2009, 10:45:07 AM
This periodic table made me happy. Can we do a food pyramid now?
1340  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Free Indie RPG - Legionwood!! on: March 16, 2009, 10:40:22 AM
Okay, I didn't mean to personally target you, but I am an egotisitcal person. Anyway, it is a dog eat dog industry, and I am entitled to my opinion. Sorry for any offense caused anyway.

Don't worry about your opinion I wasn't taking it as an offence. You just valued your game and it's nice. I just thought it was funny :)

Besides  you shouldn't abide to this dog-eat-dog philosophy since you're doing a freeware :) And even in the industry it's easier to survive with an altruist attitude especially as an indie developer. A good example, Amanda from Amanranthia, Damian (the guy from Laxius Force) and me are helping each other and it's truly making a 'huge' difference. That's certainly what allow us to survive.

That really is the difference if you want to enter the game market, teamwork and contacts! If I learned anything in my days of booking shows, everything is connected in their respected field, and anything you say and do makes it way around. Being tact never hurt anyone also...

Time to give that game a boot now, need to install that text... would explain the invisible dialog. (haha)

1341  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: There's getting railed, and then there's getting railed... on: March 16, 2009, 10:15:45 AM
The link's title made me giggle... I wish they would photoshop a car plastered in front of that train while you could see two shadows railing. High Speed Railing X2.
1342  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: So much for the Mana Khemia PSP port? on: March 16, 2009, 10:07:38 AM
Haha, it was just wishful thinking. I'll live regardless if it is God-awful
1343  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Do You Remember My Lullaby [Now with a magic trick!] on: March 15, 2009, 10:36:51 PM

I'm stuck at one place where I know I should have died, but lived... and All there was is that fancy hat. ;)
1344  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Do You Remember My Lullaby on: March 15, 2009, 01:51:13 AM
I know it was non-interavtice, I read everything above (haha), so I'm well aware of what I went through just now. It was nice, I'll be waiting to use that when the time comes.

Good job, I'll be looking forward to your future projects. Again I'm playing these games at around ~2:00 am. Haha.

EDIT: Read the commentaries. Pretty much was my assumption the whole time when watching. Great story, so you better teach us that trick soon. :-p
1345  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Do You Remember My Lullaby on: March 15, 2009, 01:14:51 AM
Just downloaded the game, time to check it out. This game better not have creepy birds ;)
1346  The Rest / The Helper Monkey / Re: Question for Audio Tech Heads on: March 14, 2009, 10:58:17 PM
Yeah, that's what I was talking about when it came to having a weaker power amp, I just didn't have the right terminology to explain it (haha). Thanks guys, I'll look into some places now. I appreciate it again. :)
1347  The Rest / The Helper Monkey / Re: Question for Audio Tech Heads on: March 14, 2009, 08:00:02 PM
Thanks, I'll look into it. I'm primarily looking for something to use that won't mess up my speakers because I hear that if you use a power mixer/amp that is set for lower watt equipment, it'll ruin the speakers eventually. How much of that is true, I don't know, but I sure as heck don't want to test that theory.

I had a feeling that you were going to post as well, haha, thanks again! :)

If anyone else has their wisdom to bestow upon me that expands on this or something I should keep in account, please let me know. :)
1348  The Rest / The Helper Monkey / Re: My own brother disgusts me on: March 14, 2009, 07:43:43 PM
That's very true, I limit my usage of profanity in front of my siblings because I don't want them talking like their older brother does. I've been a lot better than I used to be in highschool (I was a cuss mouth, only the good Lord knows how I became the better situated person I am now, Haha).

I'm pretty sure we can all live our lives without having to cuss at all.. not sure so much about the cigarettes, I've seen people who really need one to calm them down. They aren't compulsive smokers who need a puff every second, but just one every now and then when they are stressed. This is why I am never surprised if I see a musician pop a quick smoke before and/or after a performance... I know the feeling and it's not a great feeling. You can tell how excited I am for my juries in May. ;)

Went off topic...

Your brother is going to have to learn things the hard way when he's living on his own. My brother has somewhat the same traits with a lesser threat to us than what you are going through, but still is a bother to us all none the less. I don't want to talk badly of my brother because he means well, but I too would like to see his attitude to simmer down when we try to talk to him like an adult (He reacts like a child sometimes and will yell... for goodness sakes he's too old to be acting that way).

My parents are partially to blame for this because they don't believe in reason, rather they believe in "I AM THE LAAAW" (catch the reference ;) ), so my brother and I have to deal with their idea of justice in the household. By "Their Law", I'm pretty much letting you know that they are heavy hypocrites that won't follow their own rules. On one side, they can act like that because it is their home, but if you are going to use the "Do as I say, not as I do" method, for goodness sake don't do enough of so it just makes you look like Evil Monarchs.

I would like to see improvements in the household for the sake of my brother at the cost of his attitude and laziness. Once I see a change on his end, I know for sure that the rest will fall into position... or I'll force it myself because even I can take so much :).

This got a bit wordy...  but I understand where you are coming from. I can only tell you that with time will either comes improvement or failure... be sure not to succumb to it as well when they do fall for the sake of your mental and physical state.

- Wild Armor
1349  The Rest / The Helper Monkey / Question for Audio Tech Heads on: March 14, 2009, 07:10:05 PM
I own two Harbinger HX151 15" 2-Way Speaker Cabinets and looking for either a Powered Mixer or separate Power amp + Mixer. My question is How do I determine if a powered mixer/mixer and amp is the right one for me speakers?

The last thing I, and pretty much anyway else, want to happen is have them both blow out with the warranty on them already passed their time period. I'll list the info below because linking to the site is just a pain when I can commence copy pasta here:

Harbinger HX151 15" 2-Way Speaker Cabinet Features:

    * 15" woofer with 2.5" high-temperature voice coil and 80 oz. magnet
    * 1.75: titanium diaphragm compression driver with 1" exit
    * 90 degrees (horizontal) x 40 degrees (vertical) horn
    * On-board crossover that offers a 12dB/octave network
    * Mounting Cup for Speaker Stand
    * Recessed handles
    * Heavy duty metal grille
    * Carpet covering

Harbinger HX151 15" 2-Way Speaker Cabinet Specifications:

    * Power Handling): 300W RMS; 600W peak sine; 1200W peak program
    * Frequency Response: 45 Hz 19 kHz
    * Nominal Impedance: 8 Ohms
    * Sensitivity (1w, 1m): 98 dB
    * Max SPL: 128 dB

I may be a musician, but when it comes to the actual audio equipment... meh. My forte is with what wires to use in certain situations, not audio equipment knowledge. Thanks for you help, I really appreciate it!
1350  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: Iraqi Shoe Journalist gets 3 years... on: March 14, 2009, 06:25:28 PM
For all we known it could have been Macgyver in disguise and the shoe was actually one of his wacky inventions filled with explosives. Craziness.
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