I am feeling very confident today...
Also, my back is alright now. Napping heal everything.
AND, apparently, I've reached 11,111 Saves.
Powerage - Level 35;
phantomlassuk - Level 34;
milinko959 - 9,000 Posts;
HeavyTank - 27,000 Medal points;
gfoxcook - Level 50;
gfoxclock - Level 47;
WeirdAlthe3rd - Level 15 + Sergeant First Class;
MagnumForce - 1,000 exp.
gamejunkie - 12,000 Saves;
simon - 32,000 Saves;
At 2/10/10 05:29 PM, reverend wrote:
At 2/10/10 02:25 PM, Sir-Nuts wrote:
In my opinion, they should make a "more flashes, higher score" thing. For every 10 flashes an account has, the score for other flashes of his to pass should raise. That could work as well.You know, that doesn't sound like a bad idea. You would think the more as a user submits the better he should get. I like this idea but it might be difficult to implement because they might break out an alt just to submit garbage.
I thought about that as well, although I didn't come up with any ideas to solve it. =/
But yeah, there are many ways to make things harder for spammers. And please, HIGHER BLAM THRESHOLD. >:(
Portal Mods. I've said that a couple of times already, along with a thousand other users.Eh, I think the staff feels very hesitant about having users mess around with other user submitted content. They typically want all of the responsibility of deleting stuff on Wade or another Staff's shoulders in case they are wrong.
Well thought, it would be a huge responsibility to just leave the submissions in someone else's hands. But the mods could deal only with the recently submitted ones, if they're really concerned about it. Like removing file-swappers instantly, flagged submissions...
What I really think they can use is another Admin to help carry Wade's burden of dealing with stolen content and such. What's Luis really doing; let's get him to do some work. :)
Hahahhaha, I agree. He wasn't even added to the staff page yet :P
At 2/10/10 09:45 PM, NEVR wrote:
Achievements are taking a while to attain these days which is having the knock-on effect of me not having any real reason to post in the level up! lounge, except to drop in on the people I know here.
By the way the things are going, I'll reach EGSC before you. :P
So this is me saying hello and sorry I have nothing else to post :(
Hey NEVR! It's been a while, come back to the lounge. Say hello every day.
At 2/10/10 11:20 PM, gfoxcook wrote:
107 pages since my last catch-up. Hmmm. Yes. This should be interesting. O_o
Can you pull this one? =O
At 2/10/10 11:23 PM, gfoxclock wrote:
mwahahaaha.... your old ass is gonna need 110 days of depositing faithfully to get to the next level, whereas I'll only need 103! MWAHAHAHA. Eat it!
What now, are you evil twins...?
At 2/11/10 04:18 AM, Coop83 wrote:
Really happy about the Resurrection of the Revolution...
I shall join the revolution... with multiple quoting!
At 2/10/10 02:25 PM, Sir-Nuts wrote:
Ah! So do I now :P
At 2/10/10 08:47 AM, Coop83 wrote:
Invisible runner is a great challenge. I'm going to lose sleep over this game, I can see it!I see what you did there... :P
Really? I thought it was an intended bad pun, heh.
At 2/11/10 12:15 PM, Fro wrote:
So yeah, lists from me start tomorrow. How is everyone doing?
Nice, more listmaking/chatting!
I'm alright, really anxious for the full week holiday next week.
But... why does your sig still says Corky52? =P
At 2/11/10 01:09 PM, Auz wrote:
Well for a long time I've only been listening to U2 and some other 80's and 90's music. Only when I turned 17 or so I got into 60's and 70's classic rock stuff such as Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Doors, AC/DC etc.
I got to know more about those bands when I was 10 or so. It was either because of my dad or because of my brother's music in the computer. And we had a new computer with internet, downloading music was still easy, so...
I have also started to listen to David Bowie recently and while I don't like all of his music, he is a very interesting singer in my opinion. I still want to give that Ziggy Stardust album a listen someday.
Ziggy Stardust is a classic. My dad has a live LP which has some song from it, it's really good.
Also, I share birthdays with Bowie. =)
Led Zeppelin I don't know much about and I'm actually a bit embarrassed there. Only songs I know are Stairway to Heaven (which I don't like) and The Immigrant Song (which I do like). I'm sure that they have more stuff that I will like, but I just haven't been arsed to listen to them yet.
You should give a listen to "Rock And Roll" and "Black Dog". They're a lot better than Stairway to Heaven.
A friend of mine has a Mike Oldfield CD (Tubular Bells) which I've listened to once. I kinda liked his music and I got that 'Finale' song on my MP3 =)
Ah, Tubular Bells is my Oldfield reference. I like his music, despite having some really long tracks. Also, I think he did the soundtrack to The Exorcist with that album.
And as for Genesis, I'm not a big fan. But they got a few nice songs, like Salzbury Hill.
Never heard that one. =P But if you are interested, try Invisible Touch, or their Live Over Europe 2007, both are great albums.
In The Flesh, a really good DVD. It's part Pink Floyd/part Roger Waters' songs.Anyway, I'm watching the performance right now. Great performance of the song indeed. Especially the guy who sings David Gilmours part does an excellent job if you ask me.
The guy with the red guitar? He's awesome. And his technique is admirable, since he does what Hendrix did: left handed with a right handed guitar. And he sings well too.
Also I've just seen the poker part you mentioned, but unfortunately the video cuts somewhere in that part. So I didn't see the dealer vocals you were talking about and I can't find the full version either =(
Heh, I mislead you, sorry. =(
I thought the backing vocals (the girls) would say something during that part, but we can only hear the synths solo. They have a drink, pretend to play poker for a while and finish the song, right?
Speaking of which, have you ever watched The Wall movie?Of course I have! As a matter of fact, I got it listed as my favorite movie of all time in my favorite movies section =) Also my girlfriend bought me the DVD a while ago, and I've watched it a couple of times since then.
Ah, great! It's one of my favourite movies as well, although I don't have the DVD. I really like the Comfortably Numb part, despite being a little "annoying" watching him shaving everything he has. =P
But it's an excellent movie indeed. I have to watch it again someday.