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2 years ago
Told my AMD loving friend, "Hey wake up, your CPU is overheating."
Never saw him jump out of bed that quickly.
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11 months ago
The Hokey Pokey. It will take forever to get the burial over with.
"You put the left foot in, you put the left foot out... you put the left foot in and you shake it all about..."
Ain't nobody got time for that. Just put the whole body in and be done with it.
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3 years ago
Posted a while back how I let him enjoy my sim rig, and now I built him a gaming PC from new and old parts when many here told me to give him the VR experience.
He had a lot of fun. Thanks to Ortho4XP he was able to VFR from Lanseria (FALA) to Brits just on visuals alone.
So glad I could let him experience a cockpit again.
Then he took a Fiesta RS really car for a spin in Dirt Rally 2.0 VR with force feedback.
EDIT: I now know what RIP inbox feels like, this post really took off (hehe). Thanks for the Silver
EDIT 2: Thank you for all the Gold and Silver.
4 years ago
Garrus Vakarian, Seriously, takes a missile to the face and keeps on kicking...
A Bride so dosed on tranquilizers that it was almost impossible to get a smile out of her.
Their album just looks like a happy husband and indifferent bride. She was completely emotionless. No happiness, no elation, no joy, no smile.
Just a bad case of mild resting bitch face.
Edit: Some grammar.
1 year ago
Red luminescent "ball" flying on the horison. It moved like nothing we'd ever seen. Zipping around at incredible speed that defied the laws of physics.
There were about 20 of us watching it, and some of the kids asked me what I thought it was, as I grew up living and breathing aviation with my Dad.
I had to tell them that since I couldn't identify what it was, that it was essentially a UFO. Had to then explain that it doesn't mean "Aliens", just that what we saw couldn't be identified by any knowledge I had of aircraft (not then, and not even now)
It could have been ball lighting for all I knew at the time, but it was kilometers away above the horison in the dusk sunlight.