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#32 Fun things to do while under the influence? in The Dumpster
goateraserhead on acid is the scariest thing ive ever experienced

How aren't you permanently catatonic?

posted about 5 years ago
#21 looking to play for a team before rosters lock in Recruitment (looking for team)

Admittedly my TF2 career hasn't been as illustrious as Tony dearest's has been, and yeah I've been around a while. But again, this thread isn't about me, and apologies if that's what it looked like I was trying to do.

Again, good on you man. I watched i46 grand finals with a bunch of old Yandere guys and we were all cheering for you, even Megu the ded uncle quitter himself. It honestly feels like your teenage self comes back to prove me wrong for mocking you before that show match every time I see you accomplish some ridiculous feat like being paid to go to Europe to play it TWICE. But it's always a good feeling, and I appreciate it a lot because it's really taught me not to underestimate people, and continues to teach me today. Seriously you're probably going to be a fucking beast at whatever you do anyway why am I even sayin all this shit.

posted about 5 years ago
#108 Super Smash Brothers 4 Official Trailer! in Other Games

Apparently there's combos. That's all I wanted to hear, really. Also, was landing being cancellable into different things confirmed? I also heard you can cancel a dash with shield in Smash 4, which sounds really interesting for neutral game; like Guilty Gear, kind of.

posted about 5 years ago
#27 Fun things to do while under the influence? in The Dumpster

2001: A Space Odyssey after two bowls or so is a religious experience. Do it.

In a semi-related note, I tried to watch Eraserhead really stoned once. Couldn't do it. Around 20 minutes in I was too fucking frightened to go on.

posted about 5 years ago
#15 looking to play for a team before rosters lock in Recruitment (looking for team)

You know, I still wonder if you'd have made it as big as you did if you didn't beat my shitty highlander team for the mathackers' debut way back when. Still some of my best TF2 memories right there.

Anyway I guess he needs no introduction. Harblows. Good luck finding a team, I'm sure you'll need it LOL

Edit: not sure why this is getting so many -frags??? Harbleu and I came from the same TF2 community before becoming competitive, and there was a really hyped up showmatch between my team and his new one, and he won despite everyone talking shit about them. I'm not trying to take credit for his success or anything, just wondered if that match stuck with him as long as it did for me.

posted about 5 years ago
#62 Formers smokers in Off Topic

I smoked for about a year. The addiction was pretty subtle; thought I could control it, but within about 3 or 4 months I was smoking half a pack a day already. I'll probably get -fragged for this, but weed helped me a lot with the initial withdrawal as it relaxed me and gave me something else to smoke, which helped with the habit part of it. Honestly, the hardest part to me was actually sticking with it after the fact, and it took a few tries, but I'm glad I did it.

kirby, you probably don't understand how much chronic smoking is inhibiting your breathing and your senses of taste and smell. Your body regenerates itself remarkably well. Within about a week or so of stopping, people smoking around you is gonna smell a lot different, and you're going to actually notice the smell for once. Food became tastier for me, the smell of other smokers became rather disgusting, and I noticed a hell of a difference in my ability to take deep breaths. You're gonna feel like a sweaty, nauseous wreck for the first week or so, but trust me when I say that I feel a hell of a lot richer these days; not just money--because you're gonna save a fuckton of money--but the quality of life in general. This vice just isn't worth the negatives.

And yeah, like the guy above me said, it really helps to have a specific goal. Mine, for example, was to stop by the time Fall semester rolls around, as that's when I'll be able to see my girlfriend again. 3 weeks left til then, still going strong.

posted about 5 years ago
#75 College 2014-2015 in Off Topic

English major, honours, Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick.

I'll be finishing my degree soon but I'm considering getting another one instead of going ahead and doing my master's, something STEM. Physics, probably, until someone convinces me otherwise. I have a bachelor apartment in downtown Sackville now, and against all odds considering I'm a piece of filthy weeaboo trash got a wonderful girlfriend--it seems I'm going to have fun at school for once.

posted about 6 years ago
#18 Regret in Off Topic

Buying Star Ocean 4 at full price the day it came out, and not even the PS3 version where you can escape the dub to make the experience slightly more bearable.



posted about 6 years ago
#30 chill casting Quantum Heartz vs the jews 8p PST in TF2 General Discussion

"I can't tell you how many times in NYC I see jews getting out of there Mercedes or BMW's going into a supermarket.. And then paying with an EBT card at the register because they're claiming to be poor. It makes me sick. Not just jewish people do this though but where I live a majority are. The Russians in particular. Mink coats and are on medicaid while real hard working Americans are living the proper way and suffering because of it. Integrity goes a long way."

posted about 6 years ago
#657 Do you like the song above? in Music, Movies, TV

I liked the "solo blues guitarist live at a small venue" aesthetic--I actually go to those locally on occasion, as the folk/blues scene in Atlantic Canada is actually pretty good. I didn't really care for much else about this, though.


Don't judge a book by its album cover. This is actually some really good trance.

posted about 6 years ago
#4 soldier/demo looking in Recruitment (looking for team)

I don't know much about his skill exactly (probably shit LOL) but he's been a hella decent guy from my (albeit limited; sorry enhance I'm really shitty at keeping up with all my steam friends) interactions with him, really funny, and in close with key exclusive board-approved anime lords. Probably has an exceptional MAL account. Would recommend.

posted about 6 years ago
#145 Best person you have been on a team with? in TF2 General Discussion


posted about 6 years ago
#803 ESEA's possible demise? in TF2 General Discussion


posted about 6 years ago
#187 ESEA's possible demise? in TF2 General Discussion

EDIT: THIS POST WAS MADE WITHOUT THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE ABOVE POST. ESEA might not actually be dead, I guess. But this post was made in the assumption that it more or less was confirmed dead. im gay.

Real talk though I guess.

People compete for all kinds of different reasons. They compete to win money, respect and admiration, fun, to chill with their peers at LAN, for strange deviant sexual pleasure, or all of those. The reason itself doesn't really matter, but the presence of the possibility for that reason to be cultivated does. I compete because the struggle to improve and beating difficult teams is fun, but the possibility of never getting to compete on that even playing field never really bothered me; because of that, I don't really feel the loss of the ESEA LAN, as my personal directives are just that--personal. But as shitty as ESEA was to us and even with the reality of the fact that they literally used the client to mine bitcoins from their users, it's also a reality that there are (well, were I guess) people who care enough about the concept of that even playing field to put up with all that.

If there's a single TF2 inviter who played ESEA for the wonderful customer service, I'll eat my hat. The fact is this: one of the reasons to play this game competitively was to advance in ESEA far enough to make top 4 and play at LAN finals, and that reason is now gone. This is objectively a loss and is something that is absolutely, understandably upsetting. Still, I can't help but roll my eyes at the doomsayers in this thread about how "there's no reason to play competitive TF2 anymore", as if to deter people from playing in the free leagues that will fill the player gap in ESEA's place. TF2 has lost its last remaining regional offline LAN finals, and that sucks and will no doubt hurt the top end of the game, but it's comically melodramatic to claim that the "game is dead". No. The game is now different. Weaker in that strictly competitive sense, for sure, but different. And that's just the way it's going to be until the (admittedly unlikely) event of some kind of independent startup.

TF2 is a very popular game and there absolutely are still reasons to play it competitively even without ESEA LAN. Shitting on those reasons because of something you can't change is beyond unproductive and frankly childish--these elusive ~other reasons~ were and are absolutely as valuable as yours were. You're an inviter who has lost their reason to play because ESEA's gone? Good for you, sorry it had to end like this. But it's up to the remaining community where NATF2 will go from here; not you, not anymore. I implore the more influential players left over not to engage in such whining; figure out where to take the game from here instead of crying over spilled milk and hoping everyone else spills theirs too.

posted about 6 years ago
#159 ESEA's possible demise? in TF2 General Discussion

mason made a post that wasn't in point form and capitalized the first letters of his (albeit short) sentences. Truly, the end times for competitive TF2 are here.

That said: rip

posted about 6 years ago
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