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#79 inb4 dead game in TF2 General Discussion
eeeHuckAll the people still in high school on TFTV wonder why the top teams with people in their 20's never scrim its actually kinda funnyis it really hard to do? unless ur working >60 hours a week i dont see how u'd have trouble gaming for ~2 hours 4 times a week

Have to be up early to do stuff that's actually physically demanding. Not just sleeping in class / bumming around a high school. East coast invite scrim times do not lend themselves to this.

Also what rigel said is spot on.

posted about 5 years ago
#66 inb4 dead game in TF2 General Discussion

Unless, you know... they're having fun.

posted about 5 years ago
#48 inb4 dead game in TF2 General Discussion
MarxistHonestly if you wanted to try to change the way things are done, instead of trying to do something wacky like a pick/ban system - we should try to get bracketed tournaments back. They used to happen all the time and people generally participated them en masse - from the Zowie tournaments, the CommFT tournament, the (interest in) the CEVO vanilla tournament, the GXL non-cevo tournament.

I know a major barrier to entry for a lot of us oldbies, is that ESEA seasons are a huge time commitment (2 months of your life) - and it's hard to find 5 other people that you can deal with for that length of time. But if we had snap tournaments every few months that were open to whomever, people could make teams that may only last 1-2 weeks, and you'll play all sorts of teams.

That's what I want - tournaments. Give me a tournament to play in for a 2-3 weeks max - that'd be hella fun.

Yes. The only way I can realistically play this game anymore would be on low time commitment but still high level teams like what I played with at FITES. Some no scrim tourney play would be awesome.

posted about 5 years ago
#23 #NASHUFFLE #INNERCIRCLE in TF2 General Discussion

Ding dong deaddy

posted about 5 years ago
#21 You're Welcome Alfa in Off Topic

What the fuck are you morons even going on about

posted about 5 years ago
#28 Eyesight thread in Off Topic

Real talk my vision started deteriorating a few months after I started staring at a monitor for hours on end scrimming. No proof that gaming was the cause but the timing was right.

posted about 5 years ago
#9 Oobii LFT in Recruitment (looking for team)

Though she may come off as being cold oobii is super nice and always honest. Good qualities for a teammate.

Also much better at tf2 than she thinks she is. I'm glad you're looking top im cuz you can totally rock it

posted about 5 years ago
#46 general shit talk thread in The Dumpster

Marm was trash talking showstopper so hard at fites but

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you're just as fucking bad as he is
posted about 5 years ago
#17 Scout LFT in Recruitment (looking for team)

¡Loco por bobo!

posted about 5 years ago
#3 new computer (not building) in Hardware

1) you need to decide on a budget.


ChoppThe problem is that I have virtually no idea about computer specs so building one myself is not an option

What better time than now to learn?

posted about 5 years ago
#4 Cheater/Hacker thread in TF2 General Discussion
ManSkirtDude101I'm not sure if I like having a witch hunt thread....


posted about 5 years ago
#14 Looking for some good comedy shows in Off Topic

Why not post what you've already watched since I'd imagine it encompasses quite a few of the super popular comedy shows people are suggesting? Might also give a hint at your taste.

posted about 5 years ago
#12 deetr doesnt know who knox is in The Dumpster

I'm glad I was never this desperate for attention.

posted about 5 years ago
#23 Majors and jobs and stuffs in Off Topic
blazeitOne more year to go to college, i want to be a physicist. Physics really interests me. Does anyone here know what it is to be a physicist?

I graduated last year with a degree in electrical engineering with a focus in quantum physics and now work in an applied physics lab. If you love theorizing about modern physics by all means be a physics major but as others have said the job prospects are limited. Basically professors, researchers, etc. The path I took allowed me to learn a ton of physics in my undergrad while also learning more marketable engineering skills and getting a more marketable degree. Read into what electrical engineering actually is before you apply, because there is a misnomer that it is mostly doing circuits. I've never been interested in circuits so I took my required two courses four years ago and haven't touched one since. Instead I learned about much more interesting things that also fall under the umbrella of EE: wave theory, optics, control theory, quantum (debatable if quantum counts under ee, I took a few of my upper level electives from the physics department ayyyy)

Hopefully this is helpful. I'm always happy to talk to people going into physics/ee/ce

posted about 5 years ago
#14 The Big Mac Thread in The Dumpster

Sorry kev gotta disagree on this one pickles are godly.

posted about 5 years ago
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