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Texas, USADynajay5 months ago

Elementary was fun. Middle school was hell. High school wasn't too bad but mostly MEH; I used to skip my chemistry class, walk over to the CD exchange, and smoked cigarettes by the building. I admit I had a pretty crappy attitude but that's common among teens. College was an interesting wonderland of various professors, their classes, and some nutjobs with outrageous egos. It's been a loooong while since I graduated.

If I could start over, I probably would've made more of an effort to be involved in extracurricular activities and socialize with everyone. I was so worked up over my own self-identity that I never truly explored high-school.

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Texas, USADynajay9 months ago

@Act_ I quite enjoy Colorado. Last time I got to visit Pike's Peak and Mount Evans. I love the teeny tiny flowers at the top of the peak! I've never seen anything like them before. Also saw a bunch of goats. And I threw a peach pit off the cliff, just for fun. XP

I might take another trip up there in the near future. I did get to "go" to Casa Bonita, but didn't get to actually eat there because the line was ungodly long. I heard the food is mediocre but just for the sake of saying, "I ate at Casa Bonita" would be awesome.

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Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

It made me realize I could have a chance at the top, even if it isn't as big a hill to climb. It's great being able to say you were the best at something, even if the moment lasts but a few months. I now know how annoying it is trying to keep a title. There's little more than intrinsic value and the pursuit of small competition is more of a personal endeavor.

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Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

As I approach my forties, I would think that I'd stop. While it isn't as prevalent in my list of priorities anymore (job, kids, self-improvement, house, pets, etc to take care of) I still find myself going back to classics every now and then. And my kiddos are all about videogames so I always have an opportunity to play with them.

Realistically, I may one day be too old to play when my eyesight fades and my joints get painful. Yesterday was the first time I experienced pain from damp weather. My check engine light is on, but my heart still beats for the games.

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thread: Talk
Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

Looks like a random API Key or part of a hash code. Context?

thread: Talk
Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

As a Korean... I fucking hate k-pop. Mainly because it reminds me of obsessive Americans who bloviate about their alleged knowledge of Korea, occasionally mispronouncing entire sentences without conjugating properly. I would be flattered if I weren't so creeped out and uncomfortable.

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Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

I have three doggies. And I would have cats too if I weren't terribly allergic.

Also... PIZZACULT! Praise Cheesus who died for our pepperoni. It was though their sacrifice we are free to enjoy warm flat bread. Marinara spread delicately over the top, with savory toppings of all sorts. Shun the vegetarians and non-believers! For they are heretics forbidden from the kingdom of Father John. And we do not talk about the pineapple sect of the cult.

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Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

The ability to talk to lamps but only ones made in Latvia for some reason and they also don't do anything.

The ability to manipulate their own age but only get older.

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Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

What are the most hilariously useless super powers you can think of?

Personally, I think the ability to taste anything that touches your body would be horrible.

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Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

Anything you say? What is the solution to the Collatz conjecture?

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Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

I have three dogs. A german shepherd (Samson), a jack russel terrier (Carmie), and some mixed mutt (Sancho).

Samson, the big dumb wookie who perpetually thinks he's a puppy and always begs for attention especially when we have company. I have to keep telling him to stop pawing at people, and to stop trying to dig up his own shadow. As a result our backyard has virtually no grass because he annhilated it. I think he has a vendetta against the 15 full grown oak trees we have on our property because he always chews the roots.

Sancho, the perverted old man who won't stop molesting Samson. A few times when I walked the dogs, he intentionally walked beneath Samson's urine stream and also ate his poop. Dirty old hobo dog.

Carmie, the obstinate old gypsy lady in dog form. If she were a human she would be a Karen. She complains, I let her go outside, and she immediately complains again because she wants to go back inside. Literally 30 seconds after I let her out, I hear her incessant caterwaullings of indignant outrage.

Will post pics soon.

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thread: Talk
Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

mephistophelian

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Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

So far I am really good at beating Primal Rage (SNES) on the hardest difficulty. I was on top of the world for awhile until Edo_87 stole my crown. I'll steal it back when I'm not too busy.

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Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

My bezier curve pseudocode example.

Arguments: x1, y1, x2, y2, x3, y3, x4, y4 var step = 0.05; vertex_A = (x1, y1); for (var i = 0; i <= 1; i += step){ var ix = abs(x1 - x2) * i; var iy = abs(y1 - y2) * i; var jx = abs(x2 - x3) * i; var jy = abs(y2 - y3) * i; var kx = abs(x3 - x4) * i; var ky = abs(y3 - y4) * i; var iix = abs(ix - jx) * i; var iiy = abs(iy - jy) * i; var jjx = abs(jx - kx) * i; var jjy = abs(jy - ky) * i; var bx = abs(iix - jjx) * i; var by = abs(iiy - jjy) * i; } vertex_B = (x4, y4);

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thread: Talk
Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

Probably my introduction when I mentioned I also like programming and driving fast? I don't really keep track of this. If you agree with me in any way, that's cool. If you have no reaction, that's cool too.

thread: Talk
Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

Ossuary

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Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

Tribulation

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Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

I have too many. But if I had to narrow them all down to specific meals...

Pizza -It's very difficult to go wrong with pizza. If I need a go-to meal with large portions I always order a few pizzas from my favorite places. Stuffed crust supreme with garlic sauce is my fave.

Arabic/Mediterranean -Biryani rice with chicken shawarma or lamb. Hummus on the side, pita bread, and olives. Maybe some tzatziki as well.

Sushi -I can easily destroy 5-8 rolls in a single sitting. The best is when I go to an all-you-can-eat. White tuna is my favorite.

Surf'n'Turf -My mom would occasionally treat my sister and I to some surf'n'turf at different steak houses, sometimes at Eddie V's. Blue rare steak with south african lobster tail isn't cheap but it's definitely worth it.

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thread: Talk
Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

I took it a few more times again over the past few weeks and get ENTJ-A or the Commander. When I answer with complete honesty, I'm not exactly an introvert. I tend to fare best when I am in a group of people versus alone. I think the reason why I tended to get INTJ before was because I was pretty depressed and had trust issues for a few months.

Texas, USADynajay1 year ago

Awesome! It's great to break out of a hiatus and I wish you the best of luck in your speedrunning endeavors. And welcome btw! ^^

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