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Signed Up June 26, 2015
Last Posted December 11, 2019 at 4:26 PM
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#16 LF Gaming Mouse Recommendations in Hardware

check this, top 20 mice arguably have little to no bad sides, it just depends on your aim style and shape preferences

I second this. Zy's mouse reviews are solid.

posted 2 days ago
#20 college laptop recommendations in Hardware

The surface is probably the best stylus on screen experience you can get for the price.(at least as far as I know) As far as typing goes, their keyboards are meh, but if you're writing a lot you'd probably be in your dorm anyway and in that situation I'd use a separate usb keyboard regardless of the laptop I have. Although I do get that a lot of people prefer to work away from their home enviroment so they can focus more easily.

I'd also not totally rule out all non touch-screen laptops. Writing on regular paper will probably be better than any screen if you're taking notes. Or just typing, which in my experience is faster anyway. Also most professors will give you the slides online if you don't want to write down everything they're reading off the screen. This way your notes can be written as your own interpretation of ideas being discussed, and specific important points (think things the lecturer writes by hand on the whiteboard) and you'll spend more time listening and less time furiously copying.

posted 4 days ago
#30 us state power rankings in Off Topic

New England is S+ tier region in crime apparently. I guess that's why so many people I know leave their keys in the car and don't lock their front doors at night.

posted 1 week ago
#7 Survey for a persuasive essay. in Off Topic

Nuclear is underrated. Probably the most realistic "green" energy source. Too many people forget about the costs of producing energy like the amount of solar panels (and their environmental/economic costs) required to match a nuclear plant, or the land required to set up a comparable wind-farm, or the availability of rivers for hydro, never mind the legal/ecological issues of setting up dams in specific areas.


just my relatively uninformed 2 cents though tbf, and obviously many energy sources are viable in the right context. good luck on the paper tho

posted 3 weeks ago
#40 Half-Life: Alyx in Other Games
Reerovr hasn't escaped the gimmick phase and likely never will

Yeah, vr has been "the next big thing" since '95 and the virtual boy. It's just a gimmicky tech that's not very good as a control system, and is more money than most people want to spend on what amounts to an accessory. Maybe VR will get more popular to watch movies on at some point, or someone else will convince more people to buy in. But I feel like releasing VR games is a good way to ensure a small player-base. Maybe this will start a trend though, who knows.

I just hope they do something unique with the VR aspect.

posted 3 weeks ago
#11 pyxelize/carter in Recruitment (looking for team)


I'm still recovering from this.

posted 3 weeks ago
#318 TF.TV WHIPS, what do you drive? in Off Topic

brother's selling his legacy gt 2.5 so i decided to buy it off him

Wow, you must take really good care of it, looks great in that picture :0

posted 3 weeks ago
#2 Austin LFT Scout in Recruitment (looking for team)

Played with him last season. Nice person in general, good dm, good scout, fun to play with. Worth trying out imo

posted 4 weeks ago
#5 lfp mid-ish main s2 in Recruitment (looking for players)

Jayy is a good guy, very dedicated and a good teammate. Worth trying out for sure.

posted 4 weeks ago
#3 Rodney and the Stangers: LF Scout (maybe Roamer) in Recruitment (looking for players)

Strong team. They rolled IM all season and won the division easily. From my interactions with j0dd he's been nothing but friendly, and accommodating. Definitely worth trying out.

posted 1 month ago
#16 are these sheens were always that phonetic? in Customization

I think you mean "pathetic" not "phonetic"

pathetic = very sad and weak

phonetic = having something to do with speech and sound.

For the title I would write "Were sheens always this pathetic?"
Hopefully that helps

As for the kill-streak sheens make sure you're on dx 9 at least. And to make them brighter I can't say for sure what to do, but I assume things like shader and/or texture detail, and settings related to lighting are worth playing with.

I know that in csgo shader detail makes skins look a lot better, so that might help.

posted 1 month ago
#97 job thread in Off Topic
1jayyOvernight Receptionist/Security Cameraman at a senior living home

40 hours a week, 3 12 hour shifts and 1 4 hour shift

pretty easy, my job consists of basic clerical work & menu preparing & cloth folding for the morning. i usually bring in a yoga mat to do stretches/sleep during downtime and the majority of my shift is spent doing college work or reading books.

i also play tf2 and officials at the front desk

Heals are at the front desk.

posted 1 month ago
#15 dylankyo rgl in Recruitment (looking for team)

Good player, used to be on a team with him ages ago and he did nothing but carry and try and make us better players despite it being a ugc team he was only on because of a friend.

posted 1 month ago
#17 What defines a good competitive 6s map? in TF2 General Discussion


posted 2 months ago
#3 watch my demos with me in Mentoring

Might help if you say what class you are, and what level you play at.

posted 2 months ago
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