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armor

Member Since 04 Feb 2004
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#1372149 Games in which you hang from ledges.

Posted by armor on 21 November 2017 - 10:02 PM

Lets list them all, and then there there's
the option to make a wikipedia list page.

I first remember ledge hanging in MGS2, was it in MGS? It was also a pull-up simulator. Doing pull-ups had real and lasting consequences.

Games which have ledge hanging without the ability to shimmy left or shimmy right are acceptable.

Games in which NPCs hang but ledge hanging by the player character is not present? Should these be included? Compilations and remastered editions? Should they be listed twice? Is there any point in listing the system?
Should the list be chronological or alphabetical? Ledge grabs are out.


ICO
MGS2 and onward
Shadow of the Colossus
Uncharted Series
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#1371948 Depression And Other Social Issues

Posted by armor on 16 November 2017 - 06:38 PM

I moved to the Fraser Valley 5 years ago to study agriculture.

I was a workoholic year one, and thankfully got to play with XMark in Zero Gen.

I have been through a bunch of messed up circumstances including having to prove I'm not a terrorist, and thinking I would be moving to a rural property to start my farm but the landowner who lured me out with the promise of developing something very shizzlevania like, turned out to be a pyscho who tried to steal everything I own and theatened to stalk and harass members of my family if I didn't submit to extortion... I've had my health ruined by disease the doctors never satisfactorily identified and expected the last natural beauty of my homeland to be destroyed by greedheads. I've grown away from all the friends of proximity of youth, and I haven't really replaced them this last half decade. I made some friends through school but they without exception are drug addicts and when you're sick and in total despair drugs won't remedy the circumstances that make you feel low. So I avoided the people I did know. I'm glad so many familiar people are still here.

I'm THIRTY, unemployed, and I don't have my post secondary degree. Ouch. What now?
The world seems really hard on people who sleep in. I've been that sleepy guy for over 20 years.

I live right by the border and I haven't crossed it because of being either overworked or in poverty.
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#1371947 Movies

Posted by armor on 16 November 2017 - 05:48 PM

Sup.

And Deckard is 100% human.
Hes a drunk smoky pianist and so
obvioualy into the Jazz and therefore not a replicant. We're supposed to feel existential angst that we are likely as souless as lobotomized slaves, or pigs, or moss.
What does a thermostat feel?
How does a thermostat behave?
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#1340957 Vomitron NESessary Evil

Posted by armor on 25 December 2016 - 02:14 PM

I haven't even listened to it yet.

http://www.vomitron665.com/

 

 


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#1294529 The all-purpose ART thread!

Posted by armor on 07 November 2015 - 06:36 AM

So you want a 7 Up can?

What about a certain malty beverage from the days of yore
But why pine for it by name and pick at scabs for which there is no sticky orange balm.


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#1294444 The Official Star Trek Appreciation Thread

Posted by armor on 06 November 2015 - 06:12 AM

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#1276422 The Official Star Trek Appreciation Thread

Posted by armor on 24 February 2015 - 01:23 AM

but why are they hanging out with a false captain?

 

i wouldn't even trust him to order quinoa  

 

Maybe it's actually an episode of Quantum Leap, and he's in the place of Levar Burton.  Trying to set right what once went wrong.  But don't take my word for it.

Dorn and Harrison Ford are both pilots. Any terminally ill child that doesn't wish for this is wasting their wish. To go on a plane ride with Han Solo and Worf.


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#1276421 The Official Star Trek Appreciation Thread

Posted by armor on 24 February 2015 - 01:12 AM

I've been watching TNG in sequence from the start because I moved into a place with television and DVR.

I usually start an episode and start preparing a meal so I'm often not watching the screen.

I love how so much of it is practically written like an old fashioned radio-play.

I bet visually impaired people are all about the TNG.

They just got to the episode 'The Most Toys' where data gets abducted by a collector.
Like the comic book guy haha.
Spoiler Alert
At the end data pulls the trigger when he could have used his android strength to physically incapacitate the guy.

But they beam him out before he disruptors the dude and then Riker asks him about it and he LIES.
Whoah man, whoah.


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#1272135 1st World Problems...

Posted by armor on 16 January 2015 - 03:19 PM

I hate it when it's winter and I have to drive without pants because my pants got wet at work and I have to drive with my window down because my heater core broke and then when I eat sunflower seeds and I spit them out they feel really cold on my legs because I can't spit into a cup because I don't drive an automatic.


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#1270539 Time Capsule 1991-2015

Posted by armor on 03 January 2015 - 06:24 AM

This is grat thread.

It makes me want to have 11:60.... on a single scroll of paper.


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#1270348 Why do you love the shizz?

Posted by armor on 31 December 2014 - 04:59 PM

I watched BBS (Bulletin Board System) the documentary and the monthly art competition they had was like an artistic arms race where a bunch of geeks went from ascii art to be being graphic designers.... major parallel to DoD.

I don't contribute much in that category but the amount of media I have archived which I may never have heard of if it wasn't for the many members of this forum... I have experienced and retained one of the largest and most eclectic collections of music, games and movies compared to anyone I know IRL, in large part due to the suggestions of the members here. Thanks for sharing dudes.

As a shy person the ability to jibber jabber at a bunch of strangers from the keyboard probably helped. I wouldn't be surprised if from the ages 15-22 I did more communicating on here than I did to people in real life, that sounds sad but eh whatever, I lived halfway to the Siberian latitude and introversion probably was necessary to arrive at the trajectory I'm on now.


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#1269006 Movies

Posted by armor on 11 December 2014 - 11:50 AM

Stand up guys.


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#1269005 let

Posted by armor on 11 December 2014 - 11:45 AM

https://www.dropbox....aylist.rar?dl=0
 

 

It's got a theme, the occult, which is easy if you can pick prog or metal but this had to be danceable and fun.


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#1268999 let

Posted by armor on 11 December 2014 - 10:55 AM

I'm wrong, must be the consequence of typing dropbox instead of dropbox.com and theres no link to basic on the pro page.


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#1268995 Movies

Posted by armor on 11 December 2014 - 10:50 AM

I'd like to know what the name of the music in this is if someone can inform me please do.

I think the last thing I saw in the theatre was Looper, because I was bored in a new town, and before that I can't recall, something forgettable, a thug movie with Christopher Walken. I will be anticipating seeing this in the theatre.


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