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    Quote Originally Posted by Namba View Post
    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Best five book trilogy ever!

    Left to your own devices, what do you do in your spare time when you're bored?
    Most commonly just pc it up until I go to bed.
    If I don't have that option I'll probably end up playing the guitar or sticking some vinyls in the player and listen to those

    Do you honestly think you would survive in a post-apocalyptic world?
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    I'd say it depends on what kind of apocalypse it is. If it's an unrealistic zombie apocalypse like you see in movies, I'd probably survive till the grocery store got empty, then starve. If it's a Revolution-style of apocalypse, sure I'd survive; I'd finally have "time" (read nothing else to do) to catch up with books and stuff.

    What's your favorite game from before the 90s?

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    Breakout. It's so simple but so fun. I've wasted hours and hours in school on clones of it.

    What's your favorite genre of books?

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    I used to read all the time but now I avoid them because I don't wanna get addicted again, but I'd usually read fantasy adventure books or something middle-age, when I wasn't reading scientific, biographical, mythological, religious or historical stuff.

    What's your biggest health issue?

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    Bipolar disorder :c not fun stuff :c

    What's your favorite season?

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    Autumn 'cause the temperature and weather's perfect, the scenery beautiful and the apples cheap.

    What's the latest game you've completed at 100%?

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    None ever! Unless solitaire, chess, monopoly, or checkers counts. I do play video games I just hardly finish them with all the items gear or plot threads. I am forever shamed. I do continue my impossible pursuit of mastering all the Pokemon... one day... someday.

    Favorite animation or game studio, and why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thestory View Post
    None ever! Unless solitaire, chess, monopoly, or checkers counts. I do play video games I just hardly finish them with all the items gear or plot threads. I am forever shamed. I do continue my impossible pursuit of mastering all the Pokemon... one day... someday.

    Favorite animation or game studio, and why?
    Insomniac Games. I love the original Spyro games, Ratchet and Clank, and Resistance. They are among my favorites. Annd they've flown me out to LA, as well as flying me back from visiting NC for their community day this past October. Ted Price is a really cool dude as well.


    What is the worst book you've had the displeasure of reading?

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    Probably Existentialism and Humanism, by Jean-Paul Sartre. Necessary books for college, y'see.

    What's the most complicated thing you've coded in C++?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibuuyk View Post
    Probably Existentialism and Humanism, by Jean-Paul Sartre. Necessary books for college, y'see.

    What's the most complicated thing you've coded in C++?
    A kid and I made a lemonade stand game for our C++ class a few years back. It was pretty intense for us, it was an introductory course.
    http://pastebin.com/b4byXrh6

    If a deaf person could hear for an hour, and only listen to it: what music album would you have them hear?

 

 

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