That looks so ungodly.
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I bet you'll never reach the end. There is an end, it's a matter of you not losing focus, because there's a lot of places to go.
Posted by Keil on 12 April 2017 - 11:30 AM
I agree with Daviid. It would be preferable to never use a score list that uses exact scores since lurkers (let's be honest here, people get frozen from report-happy people than TNT doing their job) can control+F people's game scores and instantly report people who all have the same scores for 3 or more games of the same list.
But the times are really helpful and pretty good for the score it corresponds to. In general, it is always better to make your own list using other peoples' lists and the game's score/time trends as research material.
Posted by Keil on 06 April 2017 - 06:10 PM
Beat Chadley! Good night!
Proud of you.
Go you, Voodoo.
Posted by Keil on 06 April 2017 - 05:03 PM
Hahahaha since I am playing this game legit, my perfectionist ways won't let me just run through the game, I have to have a perfect score for each stage. (flashback to Sonic the Hedgehog game days!) This is why no one would play video games with me. I could beat Abigail's score on first round, it's the second round I keep getting hit by those shooting plants or I misjudge my jumps. Ugh. I will do it though!
Your can do it. Overcome your neuroticism and there's nothing you can't do.
Posted by Keil on 03 April 2017 - 06:28 AM
Just according to keikaku*
(*Translator's note: keikaku means Brutes fucking won for once)
Posted by Keil on 29 March 2017 - 07:19 AM
Another easy game, but what boggles my mind is the score gap between chadley and abigail. That gap is nonexistent between the level difficulty is the same in that score range basically Chadley's score should have been like at least 200 to give a daily feeling of satisfaction.
Posted by Keil on 27 March 2017 - 01:51 PM
Math this. I would travel anywhere within a 10 mile radius.
Posted by Keil on 24 March 2017 - 06:57 PM
PRAISE THE LEVEL OF PROCRASTINATION IN THIS POST.
How long can you procrastinate for? Leave it until the absolute last minute. I believe in you. What is it you have to do for Codex? Let me in the loop.
You can count on me! Emailing it for final review at 11:58 PM the day of, which is tonight.
You are in the loop before you knew were in the loop.
*x-files theme song plays followed by a psychedelic montage of post modern art*
The codex top secret thingy is due tomorrow at presumably 11:59PM whenever, but I have to unfortunately submit it earlier before the post office close at like 3PM. I need to insure that shit because I don't trust almost free government services.
Posted by Keil on 21 March 2017 - 02:15 PM
Posted by Keil on 20 March 2017 - 12:41 PM
I'm just curious.
If you weren't years into investing in a certain lifestyle (like motherhood, military, secret agent, etc.) or profession either by being in school for it or practicing, what other life path would you be pursuing at the moment?
I ask this because I've reached a point where I've done so much already and wonder about the what-if's in my life. Not that I regret where I am right now, but it may be cathartic to fantasize a different life that would have been.
If I wasn't already in the thing I was already doing, I would have been a writer for television. I idolize and fear Tina Fey and her comedic genius (and to a smaller extend, Amy Poehler) and wondered how fun it would be to be a writer in that industry in terms of being gratified and proud that what you have created has an audience and makes other people's lives better. Not to mention the different life I would be living like living from paycheck to paycheck while struggling to find the next gig. I understand that that vision is a big leap from where I am right now, but if I spent all my time building that dream, I may have ended up somewhere higher and in a place where I would have never dreamed of. I started thinking about this because my colleague forwarded me information about the Sesame Street Writer's Room fellowship and although it doesn't fit my schedule, I can't help but think: what if?
What would you be now if you didn't already choose your life's path?
Posted by Keil on 16 March 2017 - 06:40 PM
Hell yeah. I'm going to go all out and do my best for this copy and paste children's flash game event.
If there isn't any scores that's too difficult, I'm probably going to go legit the entire way. I've been legit for both the DD and GMC for three years straight and got the highest level trophies/prizes.
Posted by Keil on 15 March 2017 - 08:46 AM
I'm going to ask something odd. How "preoccupied" is your mind during these times? One possibility (probably not the main issue) is that your mind is currently overwhelmed or distracted by something completely unrelated to what is in front of you. It isn't out of the realm of reason to think that even though you want your body to focus on the document in front of you, that your mind is elsewhere, trying to process/cope a previous event in your life. Maybe there are unresolved or inconclusive thoughts in your head that should be addressed for the sake of mental clarity.
If you want real advice, the simplest one is to practice and get over that initial hump before things get easier. Struggle with your first baby step like understand a page of a book before reading the next one.
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