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Signed Up July 22, 2012
Last Posted September 16, 2017 at 12:18 PM
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#2 LFP open last minute in Recruitment (looking for players)

i haven't played since like s19 but i could have a vague interest in scouting or roamering for a casual open team

but i cant figure out how to get into my esea account rip

posted 3 days ago
#129 irrational fears in Off Topic
wrecheddddd keeping myself and possessions safe while out and about.

this is rational

edit woops somebody already said this disregard

posted 1 week ago
#51 How much of your life has been on TF2? in TF2 General Discussion


posted 2 weeks ago
#33 Hurricane Harvey in World Events

Don't look now but the 00z Euro run...

48 hours: reemerges into gulf

72 hours: second landfall at galveston

96 hours: directly over houston

posted 3 weeks ago
#31 Hurricane Harvey in World Events

posted 3 weeks ago
#19 Hurricane Harvey in World Events

Cat 4 now

posted 3 weeks ago
#11 Hurricane Harvey in World Events

I'm in Fourth Ward. You guys could get flooding but the good news for both of you is that you wouldn't have to drive too far north to be in the [relatively] clear

posted 3 weeks ago
#7 Hurricane Harvey in World Events

Where are you at?

Also the city of Corpus Christi actually condoning shelter in place and not mandatory evacs is unthinkable

posted 3 weeks ago
#5 Hurricane Harvey in World Events

The last euro and GFS runs were pretty much worst case scenarios for everywhere from Corpus to Houston. Major stall near Corpus, then reentering the gulf, strengthening, and making landfall again near Houston. Areas east of Houston are like at potentially 5 days of heavy rain.

If these model runs continue to hold up, I'm expecting widespread evacuation orders

posted 3 weeks ago
#4 Hurricane Harvey in World Events

No Houston area evacuations yet, just some of the coastal areas near Galveston and obviously a bunch out near Corpus. At this point for Houston it might be too late, it'll just cause grid lock

posted 3 weeks ago
#1 Hurricane Harvey in World Events

Alright, who else is in Texas and planning on riding this bad boy out? The 00z GFS run has it making landfall near Corpus as a strong Cat 3 and then just parking by the coast for basically 100 hours. I'm over in the Houston area, projected to get ~20" of rain but some models have gone off the deep end and are saying 40"-60"+

posted 3 weeks ago
#13 ESEA S25 LBF: Ascent vs. Gnomercy in Matches

dead game

posted 4 weeks ago
#7 seattle in Off Topic

There's lots of cool stuff to see and do in Seattle, but none of it was as life changing as getting the Pork Belly and Cornmeal Waffle for brunch at Skillet.

posted 1 month ago
#22 fun things you do in The Dumpster

rock climb, slackline, backpacking/hiking

posted 1 month ago
#55 Tip of the Hats 2017 announced in News
RaburnfreakinIf I sold an unusual for $1000 (or any amount) wouldn't the IRS expect me to claim that as income?
For any side money of that nature, you'd have to make over $10,000 dollars. So practically, no. Even if you sold a burning TC, I'm pretty sure virtual items don't fall under the parameters of the IRS.

I don't know, all of the literature I can find mentions no such threshold, and is simply a matter of if you had a net positive (made more money than you put in). Of course, minimum filing limits apply but most of us meet that through other means anyways.

In other news, this is a pretty entertaining blurb from the IRS:

IRS.govOnline games create computer-generated settings for multiple users to interact as characters called avatars. These avatars frequently exchange goods and services in both the real and virtual worlds. Cyber-economic activities in the online world may have tax consequences that real world avatar counterparts need to consider.
posted 1 month ago
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