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blaarg
Posted on: Apr 4 2017, 02:44 PM


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That is pretty cool. I've got my initials (high score default) and art in Bit.Trip Runner, but that's a whole lot lower profile.

I think my name might be in the Mighty Number 9 credits too... Somewhat less fortunate.
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blaarg
Posted on: Mar 29 2017, 07:58 AM


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WOO YEAH!

That is a pretty great proposal story.
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blaarg
Posted on: Feb 10 2017, 11:48 AM


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Soooooo, is it just me, or is the new Flatliners track super boring?

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blaarg
Posted on: Feb 3 2017, 09:47 PM


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New Menzingers is fucking greeeeeeat. Makes up for Rented World and then some.
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blaarg
Posted on: Jan 20 2017, 01:14 PM


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I enjoyed the Office, but I think it came off worse because I watched Parks and Recreation first. Parks and Rec is pretty much the same show but better in nearly every way.
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blaarg
Posted on: Jan 12 2017, 04:34 PM


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I'm not sure I understand the opposite argument. Sure, he's not in office yet. But he's quite clearly stated many horrible things he intends to do. He's surrounded himself with terrible human beings with similarly terrible policies who will clearly, based on established stances and track records, help him attempt to get many of these things done. I can't understand the "don't worry until there's something to worry about" argument, unless the thought process is that perhaps somehow between now and next week, he and his cabinet will change their stances on virtually every major issue. Which... seems wildly unlikely.
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blaarg
Posted on: Jan 12 2017, 11:16 AM


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QUOTE (sonofaresiii @ Jan 11 2017, 07:30 PM) *
i would love to blow on cartridges to fix any problems. that's part of the charm.


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blaarg
Posted on: Jan 10 2017, 03:22 PM


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QUOTE (Klonny @ Jan 10 2017, 12:01 PM) *
Including the 30 Vanilla games, I have a total of 73 games installed. Depending on the size of the roms (I only assume) you can have around 80-90 games. When you have too many games on it, it doesn't start (I have yet to verify this) however removing games back to a decent number turns it back on (also yet to verify).

For my program I can add games one by one, as well as "Original 30 Games" which counts as 1 game on the list--So I don't think I can remove, say, Ice Climbers or Simon's Quest, without removing the rest of the 30. I feel uncomfortable testing that so I'm keeping my Vanilla pack.

With that said, its nice to complete Castlevania by adding III to the collection, and I've played a shit ton of Tecmo Bowl (despite having no interest in actual Football) but really Tecmo Super Bowl is better in just about every aspect, having all the teams instead of, like, 12, player stats and tracking and whatnot.

People have modded Tecmo Bowl for years with current rosters and such - that'd be pretty cool to put on there.

Good to know about the original 30 - though having the Castlevania games out of order is gonna make me a little crazy. Ah well.
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blaarg
Posted on: Jan 10 2017, 10:48 AM


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Can you go over the 30 game limit? Or would you be removing current games to add new ones?
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blaarg
Posted on: Jan 9 2017, 06:50 PM


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It works. Playing on my computer just doesn't feel the same. It's a personal issue, I'm sure.
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blaarg
Posted on: Jan 9 2017, 05:53 PM


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I'm generally pretty happy with the game selection on the NES Classic, but I'd love to replace Castlevania II with the updated romhack. It's infinitely more playable, enjoy it. I'd also like to add the inexplicably absent Castlevania III.

Do save states work with added roms? I'm sorta tempted to do this, but I'm weighing the risk of bricking my system when they're so hard to find.
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blaarg
Posted on: Jan 5 2017, 11:46 AM


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QUOTE (?Rorshach? @ Jan 4 2017, 11:33 PM) *
I just started watching Steven Universe. Any of you nerds into that show?

I think this song sounds like a Jeff Rosenstock jam,


Haven't seen it yet, but a friend keeps recommending it. I did just finish Gravity Falls (at the same friend's recommendation) which was absolutely fantastic.
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blaarg
Posted on: Jan 4 2017, 04:55 PM


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I jump between the two a lot. Love Ire and Song has most of my favorite songs of his, but also several more filler-y tracks. England Keep My Bones is more consistent.
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blaarg
Posted on: Jan 4 2017, 03:10 PM


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Probably England Keep My Bones, which that track is from. I'll up later.
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blaarg
Posted on: Jan 3 2017, 11:45 PM


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His worst by far.
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blaarg
Posted on: Dec 29 2016, 10:14 PM


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I was trying to work that out earlier. Probably around that, at least. They played two shows in the same day in Boston once, and a college show the night before. That was a fun week.
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blaarg
Posted on: Dec 23 2016, 10:26 PM


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All I remember is that he loved orange soda.
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blaarg
Posted on: Dec 22 2016, 12:08 AM


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No problem. One album (Find Me a Drink Home, I think?) uploaded weird and is partly in an "unknown album" folder. But you should be able to figure it out easily enough.
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blaarg
Posted on: Dec 21 2016, 10:20 PM


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QUOTE (?Rorshach? @ Dec 21 2016, 02:46 PM) *
Thanks pal!


CODE
https://www.mediafire.com/?i0n3fughlkp6p39
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blaarg
Posted on: Dec 21 2016, 11:03 AM


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QUOTE (?Rorshach? @ Dec 21 2016, 10:44 AM) *
Would any of you guys mind upping cheap girls discog for me?

Sure, when I get home tonight. You can grab the first two albums off Quote Unquote, but I'll up the rest.
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blaarg
Posted on: Dec 17 2016, 08:58 PM


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I dunno. I think the effect was pretty good. I wasn't aware the dude was dead, so I was assuming it was just good makeup/cgi touch up. I imagine I might have been less convinced if I was intentionally scrutinizing it.
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blaarg
Posted on: Dec 17 2016, 04:29 PM


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QUOTE (SkankinLibrarian @ Dec 17 2016, 10:51 AM) *
Here is my playlist that I put together.

You need to add The Vandals - Oi! To the World. Best Punx-mas album ever.

Fully expected lemonparty. Thanks dude.
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blaarg
Posted on: Dec 17 2016, 10:27 AM


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QUOTE (?Rorshach? @ Dec 16 2016, 08:05 PM) *
You guys, I have to tell you something.

My mother is a wonderful woman who does wonderful things, including being a pretty good cook. That said, the whole time I was growing up, about once a month, she would get super excited for "homemade pizza night". She always bought dough from the store, put some ragu and mozzarella on it, then cooked it on a cookie sheet at 350.

I went 29 1/2 years of my life thinking that homemade pizza sucked all the dicks.

Then tonight, I made my own dough. I didn't put it on a cookie sheet, nay, I put it in a cast iron skillet. A few weeks back, I made my red sauce and still had a little bit left.

Gentlemen, that pizza brought tears to my eyes.

Pan pizza dudes. That is the only way to do homemade pizza. Shit was unreal.


I've run into this with my fiancées family. Her dad has this longstanding tradition where he makes them all pizza when they visit every summer. They all get super pumped about it... But this pizza is some of the worst pizza I've ever had. Not sure if they've just gotten used to it over the years or what.

Lately I've been making a lazier version of yours in my cast iron skillet. Toss in tortilla on the burner, cover in sauce/toppings/cheese, then stick the whole mess under the broiler for a few minutes to get crispy and delicious. I'm sure it would be improved by using my own dough/sauce, but this can't be beaten for a ten minute fix.
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blaarg
Posted on: Dec 17 2016, 10:11 AM


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New Zealand. Fucking do it. Best place I've ever visited and it's not even close. If you're willing to move around the place a bit, you've got beaches, tropical areas, cool parks, some fun shit like glowworm caves if you're feeling adventurous, super nice people, cool accents, cool Maori history shit, Hobbiton, and fucking way more cool stuff I'm probably forgetting about.
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Posted on: Dec 17 2016, 10:07 AM


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Anyone got any cool punk Christmas albums/playlists? All I've got are the Bad Religion and Chris Farren albums, want to add some more.
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