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Post by Drizna on Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:26 am
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Pro tip. When looking at forum posts, and studying missions to figure out how to do them, do not have dinner cooking, unless there is a timer active. Burnt my dinner because I forgot I was cooking on stove top.
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Re: Pro Tip

Post by -Ninjex- on Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:33 am
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Drizna wrote:Pro tip. When looking at forum posts, and studying missions to figure out how to do them, do not have dinner cooking, unless there is a timer active. Burnt my dinner because I forgot I was cooking on stove top.


I have done that so many times :D
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Re: Pro Tip

Post by limdis on Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:34 am
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THIS! I have done this several times!
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Re: Pro Tip

Post by -Ninjex- on Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:36 am
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#confession

When going to highschool about 3 years ago, I was a victom of staying home on hts instead of at school. I learned more here than I could imagine in my public school.
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Re: Pro Tip

Post by Drizna on Wed Jan 30, 2013 12:27 pm
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You know when I was in Highschool, I was called a geek, and a Nerd because I was always wanting to learn something thoroughly. Even had other students try to fight me (I guess to try and toughen me up), they stopped when I broke one of their noses. Even had a few teachers embarrass the hell out of other students who were mocking me. I remember, and I quote, "Why is he a nerd and a geek? Because he figured out a problem in 10 minutes that none of you could get the answer for?" Love that teacher.

Now being a nerd or a geek is considered cool. So wish that was the case when I was in school.

People (including my parents) said I was F***ing annoying because I would always ask questions about things to learn. I just had a desire to learn everything I could.

That being said I remember when I was in Middle school, my dad owned a 286 computer, and I was running Warcraft II on it. He told me he didn't want me to game on it, so if I could figure out the password to get on his computer, then he will stop bothering me.

He had windows 3.1 where you can hit Escape, and have full access to a computer.
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Re: Pro Tip

Post by 1njustice on Fri Feb 01, 2013 9:15 am
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Drizna wrote:You know when I was in Highschool, I was called a geek, and a Nerd because I was always wanting to learn something thoroughly. Even had other students try to fight me (I guess to try and toughen me up), they stopped when I broke one of their noses. Even had a few teachers embarrass the hell out of other students who were mocking me. I remember, and I quote, "Why is he a nerd and a geek? Because he figured out a problem in 10 minutes that none of you could get the answer for?" Love that teacher.

Now being a nerd or a geek is considered cool. So wish that was the case when I was in school.

People (including my parents) said I was F***ing annoying because I would always ask questions about things to learn. I just had a desire to learn everything I could.

That being said I remember when I was in Middle school, my dad owned a 286 computer, and I was running Warcraft II on it. He told me he didn't want me to game on it, so if I could figure out the password to get on his computer, then he will stop bothering me.

He had windows 3.1 where you can hit Escape, and have full access to a computer.


Hah. Sounds a little before my time does that. Who cares what others thinks.. There's pointless real life and then there's the cyberworld.. I know where my priorities lie :D
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