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Last Posted April 25, 2022 at 3:05 PM
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#12442 stream highlights in Videos

proof casters are shit at the game and dont know what theyre talking about

posted 3 weeks ago
#835 Formula 1 Megathread in Off Topic


posted 3 weeks ago
#831 Formula 1 Megathread in Off Topic

sprints are cringe but this battle between verstappen and leclerc is so sick

posted 3 weeks ago
#1 stream change in Requests

i have changed my twitch username
used to be
it is now
i would very much appreciate an update for the sidebar

posted 3 weeks ago
#3 Sideshow on the Richard Lewis Show in Off Topic

earlier this afternoon i accidentally opened the vct stream and saw sideshow and bren introducing the game
insane props to them for making it so far

posted 1 month ago
#8817 Frag Clips Thread in Videos


posted 1 month ago
#827 Formula 1 Megathread in Off Topic

latifi try not to crash challenge (impossible)

posted 1 month ago
#12 Why must you hate me :C in TF2 General Discussion

hey man i know im from across the pond but you still sometimes add up to eu pugs anyway and i can confirm that i also would not play with you if i had the choice

it really goes like this:
youre quite loud and say a lot of things that dont matter. whenever my brain hears this it immediately goes "burger going bla bla" mode and i automatically want to mute you
most of the time youre on scout and a). dead b). about to run in to die for no reason c). complaining about being dead
sometimes you offclass to sniper and try to live out your -AA- dreams but most of the time this also just results in you being a detriment to your team
its also just really hard to hide the fact that youre like 5-6 years younger than anyone else on the server. i know that theres literally nothing you can do about this besides waiting but the list of things that i would rather do than listen to a pubescent teen from america talk about nothing is fucking massive

thinking about this a bit more theres a pretty big cultural aspect where most euros will pretty much automatically filter you out as soon as they hear your accent and see your ping. The stereotype of americans being loud/obnoxious lives strong in all of us. The classic american small talk doesnt exist over here and so when you start attempting to do this it goes against most of our cultural norms and we feel uncomfortable. When english is not your first language somebody immediately trying to strike conversation with you out of the blue can be really jarring and kinda scary.

i was thinking about weather or not i wanted to sugarcoat this but im too lazy and i think being clear probably brings across the point easier
i dont even think i want to talk shit i just kinda want to tell you my experiences with playing pugs with you

i wish you good wind on your travels

EDIT: i completely forgot about you spamming your MASSIVE bind every 5 seconds when anything happens to you. that shit is so fucking obnoxious and i strongly recommend you unbind it

posted 1 month ago
#5 rahThread: Class nerf discussion in TF2 General Discussion

Remove engineer from the game

posted 1 month ago
#21 book megathread in Off Topic

i made this thread and went to bed and then forgot about it but i just rediscovered it so ill go through a few of the books i enjoyed the most over the past 9 months or so

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr was one of those books where i picked it up almost purely because of the pullitzer prize sticker on it and barely even read the back of the book but found myself completely unable to put it down once i started it. The book follows a young blind french girl who escapes to brittany with her dad during ww2 and a young german boy who gets recruited into a nazi academy for gifted boys and his slow indoctrination into the nazi regime. The whole book is incredibly well written and exceptionally well researched. I physically recoiled when it ~100 pages in turned into a trig textbook for a page and a half. Following both the main characters grow and deal with the war from two unique perspectives was an incredibly compelling experience and had me welling up at multiple points throughout. I know that netflix has decided to make an adaptation of the book, and im excited to see how that turns out.
Anthony Doerr published a new novel last year called Cloud Cuckcoo Land that while good lacks the same focus and attention the main characters of All the Light We Cannot See got.

One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez is widely regarded by critics to be one of the best books ever written. On a technical level, both narratively and linguistically, theyre probably right. In terms of pure mastery of the art that is telling a story in written form, it is far and a way the best piece of fiction i have ever read. I legit found myself grinning and smiIing while reading it, not cause the book was funny, but because of how fucking well written it is. I hope that one day my spanish will be good enough for me to be able to read it in its original language. I discovered magical realism through reading Murakami but had no idea that it actually originates from latin america as a way to explain and digest colonialism before reading this.

When we Cease to Understand the World by Benjamín Labatut is a crazy mix of historical non fiction and historical fiction based on the lives of a few different scientists on the cusp of making discoveries that have changed the way we view the world and our place in it. Its really unlike anything I've ever read. As someone who has spent most of his life with the sciences and reading fiction, its a crazy crossover that I hadnt really considered possible. If you're somehow both into physics and fiction, I'd give this one a try.

Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro is the first Ishiguro novel I've read. From what I've seen online he is a lot of peoples favourite author, but apparently a lot of the characteristics of his other books are a lot more muted in this one. having an android as the narrator gives the book such an interesting perspective and way of slowly revealing itself to the reader. Its a really cool twist on sci fi that i enjoyed reading, but it requires a bit of time to digest everthing that goes on. I think I have a bit more to say about this book but I cant figure out how I wanna say it so i might come back to this one later when im not sick.

A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara is a book I read a few years ago but I dont think I've ever talked about it on tftv before so I'll give it a segment here. Its easily the heaviest book I've ever read. The book follows 4 college friends through their whole lives, through both faliure and success. . Each one of the 4 main characters are incredibly well realized and all feel very, very real. It is uncomprimisingly realistic, to the point where i had to skip over some scenes because they were just too hard to read. The book is 800 pages long, but it earns every single one. Its an incredibly deep and compelling experience if youre willing to give it the time it needs to get going.

Ill make another one of these at some point in the future when I've finally managed to clear out my nightstand of the currently 6 books (Pachinko, To Paradise, The Parisian, American Gods and Anansi Boys) I've got going on. Luckily theres a holiday comming up so I'm hoping to get through them quite soon.

posted 1 month ago
#1 book megathread in Off Topic

sometimes i manage to get myself to stop watching youtube all day and manage to pick up some books and also sometimes finish them too
thought it would be cool to have somewhere on tftv for people to flex how cool and smart and awesome they are for reading hemmingway and dostoyevsky
what books have you read recently?
did you enjoy them?
what books would you recommend?
do you want me (lol) or someone else to recommend you something?

posted 1 month ago
#7 how do you pocket with gunboats in TF2 General Discussion

the modern pocket soldier is a human flashbang

posted 1 month ago
#824 Formula 1 Megathread in Off Topic

why is it on a saturday
unbelievably cursed

posted 1 month ago
#3 ETF2L S41 Div2 GF: Placeholder vs. street debils in Events


posted 1 month ago
#822 Formula 1 Megathread in Off Topic

If the rest of the season continues to be this close between max and charles im more than down
Sick stuff to watch

posted 1 month ago
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