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Signed Up January 29, 2017
Last Posted May 18, 2019 at 9:56 PM
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#89 birthday giveaway! :D in Off Topic

posted about a year ago
#5 (web FPS) in Other Games

i had a lot of fun with this game a while ago but it seemed like there were a lot of cheaters, has anything been done to address it?

posted about a year ago
#76 what's ur goto order from mcdonalds in Off Topic

3 hamburgers and 3 mcchickens

posted about a year ago
#1 some help with a research paper about tf2 in Q/A Help

hi all, i'm currently writing a research paper about the history of baseball sabermetrics, and i was trying to take an e-sports approach to part of it. I was curious about the history of analytics and stats in competitive tf2, since I wasn't around when these things were first being developed, for instance

-how was the initial reception to sites such as stats, were people excited by the idea/implementation, or was there a worry about people "playing for logs" or other concerns?

-Who were the first people to look deeper than in game points to review performance, and was there a reason these people first did this?

-Were stats that are held commonplace today like dpm or uber drops always around, or did someone have to come along to develop and popularize them?

-From what I can tell, when looking at overall "how good a player is" (i.e., who is a better roamer, blaze or seagull, etc.) career statistics are given less of a value than team performance, seasons/tournaments won, how well they played with their team playstyle, and other factors. How much of this do you think is attributed to the nature of a team based game such as tf2, or do you think there may be other factors at play?

-Projects have been in place to look at player performance such as TF2Metrics (props to the devs of this btw, it's really impressive), fantasyTF2, and a site that keeps track of career performance and records that I can't remember the names of off hand. How much weight, if any, do players place on these to review their and others' performance?

-Have you personally, or have you heard of anyone that has changed their playstyle or mentality around tf2 as a result of statistical reviews of logs or other factors?

-any other thoughts you might have about statistics and metrics in tf2 or any other esports are also appreciated.

thank you in advance friends :)

posted about a year ago
#25 Ascent i55 jersey giveaway in Off Topic

posted about a year ago
#13 charleys or shake shack in Off Topic

shake shack and in n out are about the same taste wise but in n out gives you twice the food for half the price so its really not even close

posted about 2 years ago
#3 steam summer sale 2018 in Other Games

thank you sir

posted about 2 years ago
#1 steam summer sale 2018 in Other Games

hello friends, if any of you have recommendations for what games to buy this year or any great deals i would appreciate it
i play basically all types of games so im excited to see what you guys recommend

posted about 2 years ago
#11 We’ve Lost a Legend Today in World Events

true legend :(

posted about 2 years ago
#46 tf2 cosmetics in TF2 General Discussion

posted about 2 years ago
#68 Wut hud/crosshair/cfg thread in Customization

what hud is sigh using here?

thank you in advance friends

posted about 2 years ago
#61 in Off Topic

Sunny leone looks more beautiful in clothes she has a black pussy!

posted about 2 years ago
#102 favorite pokemon in Other Games

no love for my og????

this cool dude just lets people get on its back and ferry them around

posted about 2 years ago
#941 best pub quotes in TF2 General Discussion

hashfire666 : would you rather be gay or virgin?

posted about 2 years ago
#1 Faceit demo files not loading properly in Q/A Help

Hello friends, when I try to playback a demo I downloaded from faceit, the pov is stuck in the ground like this and I cannot find a way to move it to my pov:

I have tried opening from console and the demoui, and this only happens in demos downloaded from faceit and not demos I record myself, any help would be much appreciated.

posted about 2 years ago
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