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Quake / Re: New interview with "Makaveli"
« on: October 02, 2015, 05:06:07 PM »
Thanks for the clarification:
@SgtDick: maybe it was a HEAT server or Mplay, or in Cali on JadeGarden's servers. That's funny he went right to the "1on1 dude" so fast. va-kickr0 aka Camper2Shoes enjoyed doing that on FFAs too.
@bluemeanies: I joined mid '98, maybe a year later saw him come on a duel server during his tech shift at Heat. Figured if he's famous for throwing a chair, he could probably be a dick (no offense Sgt.!) on a server too.

Quake / Re: New interview with "Makaveli"
« on: October 01, 2015, 09:13:44 PM »
The "Makaveli" player Sgt. Dick or bluemeanies refers to is NOT the same player D16-Makaveli(Victor Cuadra). Maka never played on a TS server. He was active in Q2 through 2000, possibly 2001. Semi-retired, he was a tech at Sega's and did some duels. Lately he's dabbled in QL a bit.

1v1 and TDM Demos / Re: naymlis vs ah! q2rdm2 Feb 2009
« on: March 03, 2009, 06:28:23 PM »
-- but you would have to admit there is far too much spamming at openings and lazy play[/size]( not cat and mouse just plain non aggressive) and for players of this calibur there should be at least something extraordinary[/size] . 

maybe I am just spoiled by Damiah's unmatched skill on this map

Bigger picture here: Neither naymlis or pb uploaded their non-official, non-tournament, friendly demos -- Orudie voluntarily cammed and u/l'ed it to youtube, which is GREAT like I previously said: Expand q2's audience with a fast-moving player on an exciting map.

Even if you're using the Damiah pov as the benchmark for rdm2 demo appraisal, I still stand by my original analysis and summary. Pretty good considering that Naymlis plays(has played) q2, qw, warsow, cpma q3 and q4 at or near a professional level; whereas Damiah is strictly a q2 player, right? Comparing PLAYERS is not my point here -- comparing demos is, e.g.,

Take Assasin's recent rdm2 match over Careem: Ass is a very active, seasoned, top-tier q2 player...but his pov remarkably resembles Naym's pov...AND coincidentally, ah!'s known for pesky rg/ssg as is Careem. Watch both demos and compare, even though friendly duels widely differ from the official tournament variety.

Lastly hiero, ya I'm spectator -- Gravgon would never send me my forgotten password for my old DS account "GYN"...what's your name there? (btw don't bother with the NA player ad hominems; trolling here with that kind of bait is like fishing with dynamite..zzzz...)

/dev/random / Re: My cd collection
« on: March 02, 2009, 09:06:38 PM »
Messing around with ms-dos and the ever so popular dir command I decided to make a list of all my CD's I've made mp3s of. Still got a few CDs I've been too lazy to convert, but writing in those long ass songnames gets boring :) Anyway, I have folder for each album, and a playlist for each album with songs sorted by songnumber, and when listening to mp3s I always listens to albums. But I prefer using my fancy stereo with fancy cd-player, but when the neighbours are asleep it's better to play loud on your headphones than on the stereo.

dir /b /ad /on > albums.txt

Didn't start to buy CDs till I was 14 years old or so, but can still listen to about every CD to this very day. Well, most :)

Air - 10000 Hz Legend
Air - Moon Safari
Air - Talkie Walkie
Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill
Alice In Chains - Dirt
Aqua - Aquarium
Ash - Cosmic Debris
Ash - Intergalactic Sonic 7's

Beatles - 1
Beck - Mellow Gold
Beck - Midnite Vultures
Beck - Mutations
Beck - Odelay
Beck - Sea Change
Belle & Sebastian - If You're Feeling Sinister
Belle & Sebastian - The Boy With the Arab Strap
Beth Gibbons & Rustin Man - Out Of Season
Beth Orton - Daybreaker
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - B.R.M.C
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Take Them On Your Own
Blur - 13
Blur - The Best Of (Disc 2 - Live At Wembley '99)
Blur - The Best Of (Disc 1)
Bob Dylan - The Best Of Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan - Time Out of Mind
Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited
Bob Dylan - Blonde On Blonde
Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks
Bob Dylan - Live 1975 (Disc 1)
Bob Dylan - Live 1975 (Disc 2)
Bob Hund - 10 �r Bak�t & 100 �r Fram�t (Disc 2)
Bob Hund - 10 �r Bak�t & 100 �r Fram�t (Disc 1)
Briskeby - Jeans For Onassis
Bruce Springsteen - Born In The U.S.A

Chor Und Orchester Der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Eugen Jochum - Carl Orff - Carmina Burana
Coldplay - A Rush of Blood to the Head
Cowboy Junkies - The Caution Horses
Cowboy Junkies - The Trinity Sessions
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Platinum (Disc 1)
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Platinum (Disc 2)

David Bowie - Bowie at the Beeb (Disc 2)
David Bowie - Bowie at the Beeb (Disc 1)
Death in Vegas - Scorpio Rising
Death In Vegas - Dead Elvis
Death In Vegas - The Contino Sessions
DeLillos - Gamle Sanger Om Igjen
Dire Straits - Alchemy (Disc 1)
Dire Straits - Alchemy (Disc 2)
Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms
Dire Straits - Communiqu�
Dire Straits - Dire Straits
Dire Straits - Live At The BBC
Dire Straits - Love Over Gold
Dire Straits - Making Movies
Dire Straits - Money For Nothing
Dire Straits - On Every Street
Dire Straits - On The Night
Dire Straits - Sultans Of Swing - The Very Best Of Dire Straits (Disc 1)
Dire Straits - Sultans Of Swing - The Very Best Of Dire Straits (Disc 2)
Dumdum Boys - 1001 Watt

Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP
Era - Era
Eric Clapton - Time Pieces

Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand

Godspeed You Black Emperor! - Slow Riot For New Zero Kanada E.P
Godspeed You Black Emperor! - f#a# Infinity
Godspeed You Black Emperor! - Lift Yr. Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven (Disc 2)
Godspeed You Black Emperor! - Lift Yr. Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven (Disc 1)
Goldfrapp - Felt Mountain
Gorillaz - Gorillaz
Grandaddy - Sumday
Grandaddy - The Sophtware Slump
Grant Lee Buffalo - Fuzzy
Grant Lee Buffalo - Mighty Joe Moon
Grant Lee Buffalo - Storm Hymnal, Gems From The Vault Of (Disc 1- Takes)
Grant Lee Buffalo - Storm Hymnal, Gems From The Vault Of (Disc 2- Double Takes)
Grant Lee Phillips - Mobilize
Grant Lee Phillips - Virginia Creeper
Green Day - Dookie

Iggy Pop - Lust For Life

Interpol - Turn On The Bright Lights
Interpol - Antics

James Horner - Titanic - Music From The Motion Picture
Jeff Buckley - Grace
Jimi Hendrix - The Ultimate Experience
John Cale - 5 Tracks
Jokke & Valentinerne - Spenn! Det Beste Av Jokke & Valentinerne
Jokke & Valentinerne - Prisen for Popen (Disc 2)
Jokke & Valentinerne - Prisen for Popen (Disc 1)
Joy Division - Unkown Pleasures
Joy Division - Closer

Kaizers Orchestra - Ompa Til Du D�r
Kaizers Orchestra - D�d Manns Tango
Kings of Leon - Youth & Young Manhood
Kings Of Convenience - Quiet Is The New Loud

Lambchop - Nixon
Lambchop - Noyoucmon
Lambchop - Awcmon
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin - Remasters (Disc 1)
Led Zeppelin - Remasters (Disc 2)
Lene Marlin - Playing My Game
Lou Reed - Live, In Concert
Lou Reed - New York
Lou Reed - The Very Best Of
Low - A Lifetime Of Temporary Relief (Disc 1)
Low - A Lifetime Of Temporary Relief (Disc 2)
Low - A Lifetime Of Temporary Relief (Disc 3)
Low - Things We Lost In The Fire
Low - Trust

Madrugada - The Nightly Disease
Madrugada - The Deep End
Mark Knopfler - Golden Heart
Mark Knopfler - Sailing To Philadelphia
Mark Knopfler - Screenplaying
Mark Knopfler - The Ragpicker's Dream (Disc 1)
Mark Knopfler - The Ragpicker's Dream (Disc 2)
Mark Knopfler - Wag The Dog
Mark Knopfler & Chet Atkins - Neck And Neck
Marvin Gaye - What's Going On
Massive Attack - Mezzanine
Massive Attack - Blue Lines
Mazzy Star - So Tonight That I Might See
Mercury Rev - Deserter's Songs
Mercury Rev - All Is Dream
Mercury Rev - Boces
Metallica - Metallica
Midnight Choir - Amsterdam Standed
Minor Majority - Up For You & I
Mogwai - Rock Action
Motorpsycho - Demon Box
Motorpsycho - Timothy's Monster (Disc 1)
Motorpsycho - Timothy's Monster (Disc 2)
Motorpsycho - Trust Us (Disc 1)
Motorpsycho - Trust Us (Disc 2)
Motorpsycho - Let Them Eat Cake
Muse - Origin Of Symmetry
My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
My Bloody Valentine - Isn't Anything

Neil Young - Harvest
Neil Young - After The Gold Rush
Neil Young - On The Beach
Neil Young - Tonight's The Night
Neil Young - Comes A Time
Neil Young - Decade (Disc 1)
Neil Young - Decade (Disc 2)
Neil Young - Rust Never Sleeps
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Murder Ballads
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - The Boatman's Call
Nick Drake - Bryter Layter
Nick Drake - Pink Moon
Nirvana - Nevermind
Nirvana - MTV Unplugged In New York

Oasis - Definitely Maybe
Offspring - Smash

Pavement - Crooked Rain Crooked Rain (Disc 2)
Pavement - Crooked Rain Crooked Rain (Disc 1)
Pearl Jam - Vitalogy
Pearl Jam - Binaural
Pearl Jam - Ten
Pearl Jam - No Code
Pearl Jam - Rearviewmirror (Disc 1)
Pearl Jam - Rearviewmirror (Disc 2)
Phoenix - Alphabetical
Phoenix - United
Pink Floyd - A Collection Of Great Dance Songs
Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason
Pink Floyd - A Saucerful Of Secrets
Pink Floyd - Animals
Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother
Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon
Pink Floyd - Delicate Sound of Thunder (Disc 1)
Pink Floyd - Delicate Sound of Thunder (Disc 2)
Pink Floyd - Echoes - The Best Of Pink Floyd (Disc 1)
Pink Floyd - Echoes - The Best Of Pink Floyd (Disc 2)
Pink Floyd - Is There Anybody Out There� (Disc 1)
Pink Floyd - Is There Anybody Out There� (Disc 2)
Pink Floyd - London '66 - '67
Pink Floyd - Meddle
Pink Floyd - Music From The Film More
Pink Floyd - Obscured By Clouds
Pink Floyd - Pulse (Disc 1)
Pink Floyd - Pulse (Disc 2)
Pink Floyd - Relics
Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon
Pink Floyd - The Division Bell
Pink Floyd - The Final Cut
Pink Floyd - The First 3 Singles
Pink Floyd - The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
Pink Floyd - The Wall (Disc 1)
Pink Floyd - The Wall (Disc 2)
Pink Floyd - Ummagumma - Live Album
Pink Floyd - Ummagumma - Studio Album
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Pink Floyd & Friends- Interstellar Overdrive
Pink Floyd - Works
Pink Floyd - Montreux Casino 1970 (Disc 1)
Pink Floyd - Montreux Casino 1970 (Disc 2)
Pixies - Surfer Rosa
Pixies - Doolittle
Pixies - Bossanova
Portishead - Dummy
Portishead - Portishead
Portishead - Roseland NYC Live
Primal Scream - Screamadelica
Primal Scream - Exterminator
Primal Scream - Vanishing Point

Queens Of The Stone Age - Songs For The Deaf

Radiohead - Kid A
Radiohead - OK Computer
Radiohead - The Bends
Radiohead - Hail to the Thief
Radiohead - Pablo Honey
Radiohead - My Iron Lung
Radiohead - Amnesiac
Radiohead - I Might Be Wrong (Live Recordings)
Radiohead - Com Lag (2plus2isfive)
Rage Against The Machine - Rage Against The Machine
Ramones - Anthology (disc 2)
Ramones - Loud, Fast Ramones - Their Toughest Hits (Disc 1)
Ramones - Loud, Fast Ramones - Their Toughest Hits (Disc 2 - Live '85)
Ramones - Anthology (disc 1)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik
R.E.M. - The Best Of (I.R.S.)
R.E.M. - Automatic For The People
R.E.M. - Dead Letter Office
R.E.M. - Document
R.E.M. - Green
R.E.M. - Lifes Rich Pageant
R.E.M. - Monster
R.E.M. - Murmur
R.E.M. - New Adventures In Hi-Fi
R.E.M. - Out Of Time
R.E.M. - Reckoning
R.E.M. - Up
R.E.M. - Eponymous
R.E.M. - Singles Collected
R.E.M. - In The Attic
R.E.M. - Daysleeper (single)
R.E.M. - Imitation Of Life (single)
R.E.M. - Leaving New York (single)
R.E.M. - Around The Sun
R.E.M. - Reconstruction Of The Fables
R.E.M. - The Best Of (Disc 1)
R.E.M. - Reveal
R.E.M. - The Best Of (Disc 2)
Rick Wright - Broken China
Roger Waters - Amused To Death
R�yksopp - Melody A.M

Santana - Supernatural
Sash! - Best Of Sash! Encore Une Fois
Seigmen - Metropolis
Sigur R�s - ()
Sigur R�s - �g�tis Byrjun
Sigur R�s - Von
Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness (twilight to starlight)
Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness (dawn to dusk)
Smashing Pumpkins - Adore
Sonic Youth - Dirty
Sonic Youth - EVOL
Sonic Youth - Sister
Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
Sonic Youth - Washing Machine
Sonic Youth - Murray Street
Sonic Youth - Goo
Sonic Youth - Sonic Nurse
Sonic Youth - A Thousand Leaves
Soundgarden - Superunkown
Spain - She Haunts My Dreams
Spain - The Blue Moods Of Spain
Sparklehorse - It's a Wonderful Life
Spiritualized - Let It Come Down
Spiritualized - Royal Albert Hall October 10 1997 Live (Disc 1)
Spiritualized - Royal Albert Hall October 10 1997 Live (Disc 2)
Spiritualized - Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Flowing In Space
St. Thomas - The Cornerman E.P
Suede - Dog Man Star
Suede - Head Music
Suede - Suede
Syd Barrett - Wouldn't You Miss Me

Teenage Fanclub - Grand Prix
Teenage Fanclub - Songs From Northern Britain
Television - Marquee Moon
Television - Adventure
The Clash - London Calling
The Clash - London Calling (25th Anniversary Edition) (Disc 1)
The Clash - London Calling (25th Anniversary Edition) (Disc 2)
The Dandy Warhols - Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia
The Doors - The Best Of The Doors (Disc 1)
The Doors - The Best Of The Doors (Disc 2)
The Flaming Lips - Transmissions From The Satellite Heart
The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin
The Flaming Lips - Clouds Taste Metallic
The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots
The Kinks - The Ultimate Collection (Disc 2)
The Kinks - The Ultimate Collection (Disc 1)
The Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs (disc 2)
The Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs (disc 3)
The Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs (disc 1)
The Matrix - Music From The Motion Picture
The Matrix Reloaded- The Album (Disc 1)
The Matrix Reloaded- The Album (Disc 2)
The Rapture - Echoes
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Plays The Music Of R.E.M
The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses
The Stone Roses - Second Coming
The Stone Roses - Turns Into Stone
The Strokes - Room on Fire
The Strokes - Is This It
The Thrills - So Much For the City
The Velvet Underground - VU
The Velvet Underground - White Light,White Heat
The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground & Nico
The Velvet Underground - The Best Of
The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground
The Velvet Underground - Loaded (Disc 1)
The Velvet Underground - Loaded (Disc 2)
The Velvet Underground - Another View
The Velvet Underground - Bootleg Series Volume 1- The Quine Tapes (Disc 1)
The Velvet Underground - Bootleg Series Volume 1- The Quine Tapes (Disc 2)
The Velvet Underground - Bootleg Series Volume 1- The Quine Tapes (Disc 3)
The Verve - Urban Hymns
The White Stripes - Elephant
The White Stripes - White Blood Cells
The Who - Live At Leeds
Thomas Dybdahl - That Great October Sound
Tom McRae - Tom McRae
Tom Waits - Mule Variations
Tom Waits - Real Gone

U2 - Achtung Baby
U2 - All That You Can't Leave Behind
U2 - Boy
U2 - October
U2 - Pop
U2 - Rattle And Hum
U2 - The Best Of 1980-1990
U2 - The Best Of 1990-2000
U2 - The B-Sides 1980-1990
U2 - The B-Sides 1990-2000
U2 - The Joshua Tree
U2 - The Unforgettable Fire
U2 - War
U2 - Zooropa
Uncle Tupelo - Anodyne
Uncle Tupelo - March 16-20, 1992
Uncle Tupelo - No Depression
Uncle Tupelo - Still Feel Gone

Vangelis - 1492 - Conquest of Paradise
Van Morrison - Astral Weeks
Van Morrison - Moondance
Various - Testing 1.2.3

Weezer - Pinkerton
Wilco - Summerteeth
Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Wilco - A Ghost Is Born

Bleh, gonna buy more CDs. Got a bunch I wanna buy, but I just need to find them cheap somewhere ;D And no, I don't plan on buying any rap or nu metal. And someone gave me the eminem CD� >:(

STILL a kick-ass core of music to build on...
"a faintly visible red sweater on the horizon?"

1v1 and TDM Demos / Re: naymlis vs ah! q2rdm2 Feb 2009
« on: March 02, 2009, 05:55:50 PM »

and that was the spammiest , sloppiest game of q2rdm2 I have ever watched
Just curious hiero, have you seen many skillful rdm2 duels? I beg to differ with your opinion, in terms of context. Naym actually played very conservatively, running a familiar pattern given pb's defensive style. Dealing with each adjective separately:

sloppiest: Naym molded his rdm2 (and much of his q2 dueling) style on Scandie players who traditionally dominate this map. His jumps are crisp, his movement efficient. In fact in this demo, he displays a professional textbook offense[used correctly here since he's previously played Quake for money]on this map. Which leads into the next rebuttal...

spammiest: Chastity comprises two large areas, cornered by YAs. When controlling the map you necessarily spam the YAs from the near-mega position with rox and intermittent slugs -- again, a textbook offensive style when controlling. In fact, I would say Naym fired no more rox than any first-tier regular euro/scandie rdm2 dueler.

I've repeated this truism before in other demo threads(and very much on display in this pov):

"Your primary goal in a duel is to whore and gather armors, health, weaps and ammo in exactly that order of priority. If your opponent gets in the way of that objective AND you're prepared to frag 'em -- then go for the point; the 'win' will take care of itself."

p.s.  :headbang: Orudie for taking the time&effort getting q2 out to the broader entertain'osphere -- reTRO gamAHZ!

I was listening to your cast for a bit -- GREAT idea to give TS some "ambience!" Apart from that pun, just awesome music picks, professional station identification clip, and cool that you're speaking between songs sometimes.

Thanks for adding thread to your highlight board -- I've got some demos not posted at demosquad to put up in a day or two.
Well done Jehar.

Hmm, well in true demo review style: plus/minus format

+ in ffa maps im a big fan of spacious rail areas contrasting with narrow choke points(e.g., near spawn pad). You got that
+ like where you place teleport and some of the catwalks (creating angle shots)

- what's the purpose of the pool? will become a completely unused area...maybe place a teleporter at pool bottom leading to a closed area full of goodies(armor,etc.)?

- in the big area with boxes, maybe add some rock piles to create more obstructions for peek-a-boo rail battles, since the map design suggests rail fights.

nice contribution

1337 Frag Demos / Re: Dm1 - Air rocket to get jeet off my @$$
« on: February 24, 2009, 09:07:34 PM »
After the air rock hit him, HIS rock went right at the ground like a dud! Nice and just like the pros do it on dm1 -- scale the YA boxes while simultaneously spinning 180 AND firing predict/cover rox.

NEXT Demo:

In a best-of-five or even a best-of-three match tournament, the fight begins long before any fragging: map choice.

Picking and kicking maps can help a player advance to the next round. Take q2duel1 aka Aerowalk aka d1. You know, the map where you need to make that speed jump from the top of stairs to RA continuously...and with spectators, without looking completely noobish when you miss a few times while taking rocket fire and bullets!
Aaaanyway there's an accomplished Polish player (and graduate of fellow Pole Scooby's
Scooby's School of Strategy!) named Ib0ginE who literally WORKS this map like a rented mule: whores the RG-RL ledge jump, consistently calm aiming, freaky anticipation...ah hell, here's the demo from this regular season and victim Damiah.

p.s. Ibo will most likely be Purri's next opponent in the playoffs where they've met before.

...Gerp knew how to hide and play it safe, but thats why he lost..instead of trying to win he was trying to not lose by a large amount...

Good point. There's using that defensive stalling to break your opponent's rhythm SO YOU CAN THEN ATTACK...and there's just plain 'ole defensive stalling. To be fair, Gerp did go with the high percentage attack by whipping out CG, but Purri's flickrail-on-CG has been unreal what can you really do against that?


I'll begin posting some "choice" demos from EDL #7. Obviously you can d/l all the match demos you want directly, but for your convenience and above all, hopefully, for your limited entertainment time -- I've selected some demos from the regular season and the on-going playoffs.
Let's start with the most familiar name in q2 duels, Purri (with DaHanG a close second *wink*). He's battling a fellow Scandie, Gerppa, on q2rdm2 in a recent playoff match. Gerppa is a solid teamplayer, not so much a 1v1'er, except that he has a monstrous chain on Edge duels. Lately Gerp's displayed a very patient, somewhat sneaky, evasive approach on rdm2 -- after getting a lead, he's able to avoid the main combat areas while circulating the "back half" of the map -- strategic stalling, imho, arguably different than hiding or camping.

p.s. *NO spoiler ahead* Watch this demo like a chess match, and pay attention at the 2:57-2:50 mark. We've all seen a player sneak up on an opponent looking the other way, BUT this sequence is hilarious, almost like playing that old game Manhunt[/url] and thankfully ends in a satisfyingly gibby frag!

To paraphrase DaHanG's opinion of the world's best rdm2 player Damiah, it's not at all that he's got better aim, it's that he thinks faster and predicts better than anybody else: all skills particularly needed on this map.
 :zzz: (my prose)


To those fans of duel demos, the 7th EDL season has begun its playoffs. Damiah and Purri already advanced to the quarterfinals, but there's many other exciting players who dominate certain maps.

The resulting demos will probably appear HERE because of some script problem at demosquad. pm me if you want some of the regular season demos; since demosquad's been down, a few of the regular match specs send me the in-eyes demos. There's been some awesome matches NOT involving Purri, Damiah or Provi!

1v1 and TDM Demos / Re: wrh demos
« on: February 22, 2009, 07:35:10 PM »
Ya Sgt. -- and there was that rumor, much later, that D.Karn paid Rigg to join clan Karn, because he got tired of getting trammeled by clans like aT,version, a:v and of course demise. I don't think Rigg5 was in Karn long. Other players like naymlis, acidrainn or randy will know more. funny stuff though.

1v1 and TDM Demos / Re: wrh demos
« on: February 22, 2009, 02:54:06 PM »
Thanks David,

That was a great tournament; i remember one match spec'ing rigg5's crazy killing machine(z2) moves against some Karn guy. Nice share.


15 / Re: nigga
« on: February 17, 2009, 03:58:05 PM »

I guess the same could be said for calling people assholes tho.
If I'm an asshole, the next guy is an asshole and we both agree on our relative assholishness, then neither of us would intend to offend the other by calling one another assholes. We might even mean it in an endearing fashion or we might be using the word because it infers a sense of community or kinship between us, since "buddy/friend/pal" isn't very descriptive and really indicates nothing in common but a liking for one another.

Gran Torino in a one-paragraph nutshell.

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