I'm a nerd, a satirist, and an introvert. I'm rarely seen without a book somewhere on my person. Despite being a devout technophile, I disabled internet, GPS and other such nonsense from my phone. I tend to relate things back in some way to math, as I believe everything boils down to math. I program various things, and am currently working on about 12 projects, including a video game and a formula for turning any image into ASCII art, which then will be applied frame-by-frame to film, similar to rotoscoping, and a CYOA/Visual Novel thing. As far as writing, as previously stated, I work in satire, which doesn't actually say much as satire can be anything, but for me it refers to a distorted and comedic vision of reality. Everything I write has some sort of humor, although many people may not be able to realize it, as it tends to be rather ultraviolet in it's nature, in that it can only be seen under a certain light or mindset. The target of my satire is anything and everything, although I tend to make fun of myself more often that not. My stories also tend to star fundamentally unlikeable, if sympathetic main characters. I do this because I like characters like that. I find it also easy and fun to write this type of person, and it's one not seen very frequently.
Granted it's 30 minutes and a good chunk of it is the person who built the cityscape essentially felating himself, but I saw the actual "set" and it took roughly 20 years to build, and holy crap was it impressive, and to scale. https://www.youtube.com/embed/ly1tt6-HPAk
Hiren's BCD for the win, I never leave my apartment without it. Never use two active antivirus items. They detect the virus/malware then lock down down the file, preventing it from acting on something before attacking it. Having two active antivirus softwares will cause them to lock it simultaneously, but not remove it, potentially allowing it to continue being malicious. It also eats processing power like nothing else.By active antivirus, I mean something that is progressively scanning, rather than something that must have a manual scan only. 2 programs is less secure.If you're paying for something, go with Kapersky, it's extremely efficient to the point that by the time somebody has cracked it, two new versions are out and have patched that exploit.
Ok, if the DC adapter is soldered onto the motherboard, you're SOL. Most people will try to fix it by essentially slapping some more solder on it, even if it's modular. In which case the days before it needs to be replaced again is in the double digits. It's a very tricky repair. Mostly I recommend people just get a new machine. Predominately because in most instances it is soldered, and the only surefire method to fixing this is a new motherboard, which between parts and labor usually costs more than a new machine, and laptop motherboards are notoriously difficult to find for the correct model. It interfaces with pretty much everything in such a way that means you almost universally need to get the exact correct part, it's also tricky to replace as laptop parts are rarely entirely modular. That being said, the HDD/SDD is extremely easy to remove and put into a roughly 3 dollar case, which can act as an external hard drive and has a perfect backup of everything in it.
I probably missed the boat on this, but if you're going for full power, a custom rig is the only way to go. Otherwise, Alienware is a little overpriced for the hardware it's giving. You're normal people brands like Lenovo, HP, Asus et cetera have pretty much a relatively good ratio for price : power. If you're not going custom, I highly recommend refurb, they typically have hardware inspected by a technician rather than assembly line, so manufacturer flaws are significantly less common. Plus, cheaper.Source: I fix computers for a living. I kind of have to know this stuff.
Thragato on Steam, that's pretty much the only place I have an online presence. Message first, not random request if you please.
GOTY Fallout 4 or initial release?
My "other" is the Dreamcast. Between the lively homebrew community straight up classics like SoulCalibur and Code Veronica, it's hardly a question. Plus the fact that the laser and firmware are EXTREMELY exploitable adds tons of fun.
A lot of VNs from Japan and Korea have a lot of eroticism in them. Some have been translated (albeit a fraction of the total made) most are censored, but many have unofficial (or official) censoring patches. BoneTown is a game where the sole purpose is to get laid, although it's not fun in the slightest.That being said, there are some "great classics" for the Atari 2600. Considering my calculator can run a 2600 emu, I'm sure your computer can. Just google around for Atari 2600 emu and roms if you're interested.
Red Dead Revolver is my all-time favorite (not Redemption, Revolver) although honorable mentions go to Freedom Force, Goldeneye, Code Veronica, Vanquish, and Super Mario World. That being said, Frogger has a very special place in my heart, as does the X-Men arcade game and the original NES Mario Bros.
You know LS are essentially mercenaries right? They DDOS big players like Sony and Xbox Live and LoL to garner publicity for themselves and to gain more business. It's a stroke of genius when you think about it, evil genius with a helluva lot of fancy hardware.
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