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Last Posted October 22, 2016 at 11:01 PM
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#6 need help sleeping at normal times in Off Topic

How are your activity levels in the day? I find that I sleep much better with regular exercise as well as just being so tired that I have to sleep.

posted about 2 years ago
#22 tri where r u in TF2 General Discussion

nvm knuckles got it

posted about 3 years ago
#17 tri where r u in TF2 General Discussion


Will update if he responds

posted about 3 years ago
#1623 ESEA-O S22 Happenings/Predictions in TF2 General Discussion
wrechedddddlol how can u be pocketing for the best medic in tf2 and still get less dpm than demoted lol

Let's not get too rowdy and start making fun of other people's dpm.
You bottom damaged in the entire match in the ONLY 2 non-forfeit wins you got. "invite scout" nice meme.



edit: I got bored and checked, you bottom damaged in every invite game you played. how did you get 129 dpm ????

posted about 3 years ago
#55 windows 10 in Off Topic
Schweppes I've messed around with windows 10 in vmware a bit, it's annoying how Cortana searches everything via Bing instead of Google and I don't think you could change that. Might be wrong and they probably added more options by now.

My work got a couple win 10 vms up, couldn't find anything on changing Cortana either. Cortana seems pretty cool though.

posted about 4 years ago
#15 ESEA S19 W2 – Ascent vs. The Five Dollar Club in Matches

sign me up team

posted about 4 years ago
#190 ESEA-I S19 Happenings/Predictions in TF2 General Discussion

thorn lets make a team

posted about 4 years ago
#12 Killing Floor 2 in Other Games

1) Can you stun lock scrakes like in KF1?
2) Does the game feel kind of grindy to level up? like a million weld points?

posted about 4 years ago
#36 harb spits on the floor in TF2 General Discussion

I agree that college isn't always necessary but I think you're going a little overboard about how you get a "meaningless diploma" and "no actual experience". They almost certainly help if you're pursuing an employable subject as well as providing a good return on your investment. (Sorry fine arts & history).

Sidenote: I came out almost even after LAN, Shoutout to Nahanni <3 for everything.

posted about 4 years ago
#2 Any Magic the Gathering players here? in Off Topic

Fixed it for you


Waffleb taught me standard a while back, I liked black zombie or red/green aggro.

posted about 4 years ago
#10 Programming in Off Topic
KanecovibhavpLearning LISP/Scheme (MIT used to use Scheme in their CS courses before switching to Python) is a great way to familiarize yourself with recursion and recursive data structures. You may want to read Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs. Scheme is god awful in my experience, I got into CS a few years ago and it was the introduction language of the first programming class, that was some grade A headache material. I dropped out a bit after and resumed this year (where they started with python), which was much more pleasant and accessible.

Waterloo still runs Scheme in the first year cs class because MIT used to. It's a good way to learn functional programming and a different way of thinking. You learn recursion much more in depth than you normally would. Sure it's not the most useful thing to know for industry but that's why it's a teaching language. I'm sorry that your experience with it went poorly but I think it's a pretty good teaching language.

posted about 4 years ago
#4 Programming in Off Topic
cefyrinIt doesn't really matter what language you use when you're just getting started with programming. It's more about the concepts that you learn from it, like basic data structures and how to actually go about writing a program. After you get familiar with one language you find that the ideas are the same across others as well--then it's more about learning the syntax.

I'd say a high-level object oriented language like Python is a good place to start. It's really clean, more so than Java or C++, so I find it easier to pick up since you're not struggling with semantics. It's more used in academia, and not as popular in industry (unlike Java/C/C++ and PHP/JS), but if you already have some background in it, might as well keep going.

This is a really good answer.

Keep in mind that Javascript + HTML/CSS, is headed to more of a web development route. Which is not to say that it's better or worse, just different than programming in C++ or Java. Starting there might be more enjoyable if you like very visual work.

Python is used by a lot of intro to computer science classes for the same reason cefyrin mentioned so I would also put my vote there.

posted about 4 years ago
#17 Razer Abyssus? in Hardware

Crunk it could be your mousepad

posted about 4 years ago
#11 Razer Abyssus? in Hardware

Squid gave me his regular abyssus after my mirror stopped working. I had the same problem as enigma, the left click just wouldn't work anymore but it lasted 1-2 years. I do like the regular finish better than the mirror. Really like the shape of the mouse.

posted about 4 years ago
#71 ESEA S17 LAN - Day 2 in Events
SnazWhich is why in my first post I suggested that the invite community seems to pass off b4nnys skill in the game as 'time = skill' and I believe that anyone has the capability if they could get through mental blocks and be willing to learn something from him. I mean... Obviously the guy is doing something right.

Everyone dreams they can beat b4nny at LAN but nobody seems to try and beat him at his own game, they just keep trying to push a round peg through a square whole.

Nobody denies that banny's really good or hates him/froyo. At the same time, nobody is really willing to put in the amount of time that banny does. 4+ hours of tf2 is a big commitment of time for little payout. Like flame said, winning lan is ~300-600 after travel. It's barely worth matching his play time to win when you have other time commitments. That's not saying that you should only be playing to win. I'm saying that taking it from an enjoyable ~2 hours every night to a profession of 4+ hours a day is not financially rewarding (that is, if you can bear to play the game for more than 2 hours at a time).

It would be fun to see somebody else win but nothing's wrong with playing a game with friends a few hours a couple nights a week. The invite fee is like paying for any other hobby you'd be doing.

posted about 4 years ago
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