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Chat - Misc / Re: Useless messages - place for maniacs!
« on: December 22, 2013, 09:39:07 AM »
Happy Holidays from Oregon USA!!
This how we gather Christmas trees here lol, it needs the Airwolf theme song.


Chat - Misc / Re: Useless messages - place for maniacs!
« on: May 30, 2013, 08:45:56 AM »
In America most are overly sensitive, and lash out onto any racial profiling... quite annoying when they won't let it go and it's taken too far.

I do see the humor in differences of other cultures and even poke fun at my own, but most can't handle a little humility and get upset if they don't feel they are the "best"... damn white people.  LOL...


Chat - Misc / Re: Beer
« on: May 30, 2013, 08:40:31 AM »
I tried a "mead" beverage earlier today, which is supposed to be one of the earliest style of fermented drinks.  A "honey wine".  I'd been drinking all day, changing the transmission on my Mitsubishi Starion, and took a break at the bar.  Even though I was in the drinking mood, I probably wouldn't order a mead drink again.


Custom Cars with Stressed / Re: "Car" warping weirdly
« on: May 30, 2013, 08:36:47 AM »
Lol... good stuff.  I laughed really hard when the dinosaur exploded.


Chat - Misc / Re: Two F50's in a pulling contest, uh... ok??
« on: May 30, 2013, 08:33:24 AM »
I'm pretty drunk right now lol... can you link me to the thread with the races so I know for sure...


Custom Cars with Stressed / Re: "Car" warping weirdly
« on: May 29, 2013, 09:33:30 AM »

Amazing, even though I've never heard of Primal Carnage I still laughed out loud.

How'd you get the "dodo" to run away??


Chat - Misc / Re: Two F50's in a pulling contest, uh... ok??
« on: May 29, 2013, 09:26:48 AM »
You guys are right... I should do some Stuntin' with you.  Summer coming up so I have lots of distractions... lots of drinking... lol...


Chat - Misc / Two F50's in a pulling contest, uh... ok??
« on: May 01, 2013, 07:15:42 PM »

Cool that there's two F50's... but... just why...?!  Maybe this type of video appeals to the born in the 90's crowd.

Also, poor camera work.


Chat - Misc / Re: Useless messages - place for maniacs!
« on: May 01, 2013, 07:00:29 PM »
Beauty is relative:

Would you meet such a girl? And the one at the end of Photoshop madness? Does the look change anything? Is it still worth to pretend that personality is the most important factor? Homo sapiens is the smartest animal of the planet but still we behave like all the other subordinate species when we have to find a partner.

I beg your pardon for writing that much tonight. Mood is coming and going, today it found me in the better form.
Ugh, after the editing is not a pretty picture.

Attraction is the starting factor, and personality keeps it going.  Dated and knew plenty hott chicks with crazy ass personalities that made me say it's time to go...  maybe if I was able to put up with stupid drama, but I can only take so much.

Girls know they have the advantage, weak guys let them keep it.  Those are the guys who are whipped lol.


Stunts Questions / Re: Stunts MOBILE? J2ME version of STUNTS is coming?
« on: February 14, 2013, 09:18:44 PM »
There is also the possibility of connecting a PS3 controller to your android through bluetooth.

Would be useful for console emulators and Stunts!!  Especially on a tablet.


Stunts Chat / Re: PS3 controller with Stunts
« on: February 14, 2013, 12:00:47 PM »
I do have a wii controller haha...

The PS3 controller's gyro can measure pitch and roll, I could map those in... lol it reminds me of a time many years ago when people less experienced with game controllers who would move about as if it had an effect in game.


Stunts Chat / Re: The best drivers ever...
« on: February 14, 2013, 08:13:21 AM »
RH stands for Replay Handling. It's basically continuing a replay after a mistake was made, by simply rewinding and continuing driving from the point before the mistake was made.
Take a look at the wiki for further reference on anything you may need (or just for the sake of an interesting reading ;))
Cool, thanks for the info!!  Forgot about this feature.


Stunts Chat / PS3 controller with Stunts
« on: February 14, 2013, 08:11:54 AM »
I configured my PS3 controller to work with my PC.  A headache to do, but eventually got it.  Going to order a bluetooth dongle so I can play wirelessly.  Right now I have 4 6ft USB extensions plugged into each other lol, they were only $1 each, plus the 6ft PS3 USB controller cable.

My PC is also connected to the big screen, so I will be able to sit on the couch and Stunts it up without having to get up!! I've also configured my android phone as a wireless mouse/keyboard, for ultimate lazyness.

Initially I used joystick mode, just for old time's sake, and very quickly went back to keyboard mode, but with the controls remapped in DosBox.  Feels great using the R1 and L1 buttons to shift up and down.


Chat - Misc / Re: Beer
« on: February 10, 2013, 09:29:47 PM »
Haha "fancy glass" beer drinker I see.

Pyramid Apricot Ale, something I'd drink with a meal.  There's a brewery here in town so we get the freshest stuff out of the tap.

The Hefe is also good!!


Chat - Misc / Re: Beer
« on: February 10, 2013, 06:57:53 AM »
Komeuppance: as we can see, you like spirits very much. What about beer?
I do like beer, very much... but not as much as the spirits.  Both have their proper applications lol.

I prefer Rainier Beer, named after one of the big mountains here in the NorthWest US.  It's not sold very widely so there is always the allure of finding it, with it's outdated advertising still printed on the can (Which after drinking quite a few I like to quote to my amusement): "100% All Aluminum Recyclable Can"  "Made with Yakima Valley Hops"!!

It's a very cheap beer, one of the factors that attracts me to it, but it also tastes great with a good amount of flavor, but not so heavy... allowing to me to drink non stop.

When going on an excursion, we make sure to stock up very well as it's likely outside of the normal distribution range.  This an example of one of those trips, Hells Canyon Oregon (Almost 2500 meters deep, deeper than the Grand Canyon), we brought 90 cans of Rainier... just for me.

I'll update about some of my other favorites next time, I'm getting thirsty!!


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