At 7/9/12 07:17 AM, Bahamut wrote:
Got called around an hour ago for an agency contract that only lasts for today. Infact, work will start in around 45 minutes and will last for six hours. I only agreed on this simply because they can keep a better mind of me for future jobs they might come across.
Yeah, it's always a good thing if you have some "completed jobs" on your record.
At 7/8/12 11:31 AM, Haggard wrote:
Which OS is that? My laptop has been on Vista for almost four years now. It's starting to age a bit now but I feel that's regardless of the OS that I'm using.
At 7/7/12 05:49 AM, Bahamut wrote:
Be sure to do that just to have some laughs.Was busy (re)installing some OS's. Took me longer than expected, due to some unforseen difficulties. Why can't this shit just WORK for a change?
I bought a new SSD (= Hard drive) a few weeks ago, but didn't install it right away. First I wanted to finish my diploma thesis.
I installed it on Friday and because SSDs are so incredibly fast, I decided to install my OS's on there. First I installed Windows 7, then I installed Debian (dual install). I went back to Windows 7 only to discover that it didn't work right. I couldn't create a backup (always got the error: "Couldn't find specified file"), I couldn't even install the Service Pack 1.
I got so frustrated trying to fix that error, that I hit my fist on my desk... result: Now I have a hole in my desk. o_O I didn't even hit that hard... I mean come on, my hand didn't even hurt a bit! Fuck you IKEA and your cheap furniture!
Anyway, I then wiped the whole Hard Drive again, installed Windows 7. This time I used a different DVD, that had SP1 already included (in case you are wondering: I can get Windows for free from Microsoft, and some other programs as well because I study a computer science related course). I then installed every update there was, and I also created a backup. THEN I installed Debian again on the same Hard Drive. When I went back to Windows and tried again to create a backup I got the same error as before.
So, I had to wipe the Hard Drive YET AGAIN... this time I only installed Windows 7 on it and I will install Debian on a different hard drive in the near future. However, I will disconnect the SSD, so that Debian cannot fuck up Windows again. :/
For Quiet Riot, that is right. Twisted Sister, I suppose some won't dig them that much but damn, they did write some sweet songs whether glam/hair metal or not.
Your loss then. There's a fair amount of good songs on Stay Hungry. Now Quiet Riot, that's a band I couldn't really enjoy.Too much "glam" in their "rock", man.
We ain't gonna take it is a nice song, but that's about it.
At 7/9/12 02:51 AM, NeMeSiSM66 wrote:
What would you consider to be the ten most influential submissions for Newgrounds that were not involved in-house in any way?I'd say Coop's list was spot on
Yes, Coop's list is very good. I even remember playing "Boobs, Butt, or Shoulder?" back in the day.