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that one song from john lenin is really good.
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i don't know how i do it but i'm 35 pounds underweight. :/
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http://www.politicalcompass.org/printablegraph?ec=-7.75&soc=-7.03

here's my compass.

also: finals have been accomplished. now for winter break.
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there's a guy on here who was in my computer servicing class in high school. that's about it.
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did you make this in rpg maker????
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Well, I actually managed to defuse the bomb on the train, and the train still left to explode. Unless I missed a bomb somewhere, I don't think it was meant to do that.
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What?! You obviously didn't play Fallout 3 at release, because it had just as many bugs when it first came out as New Vegas did.

When I first bought the game for XBOX 360, there was never any actual glitches that would stop me from finishing a quest. There were mostly a few graphical issues/something weird with the ragdolls. In New Vegas, there were people randomly popping in and out of the ground. Also, there was this weird glitch involving one of the quests at the NCR base near New Vegas. Apparently, no matter what you do the train will explode. I don't know if they fixed that or not yet, as I don't have my 360 hooked up to the internet right now.
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There are a lot more glitches in New Vegas than in Fallout 3. Lots of spoofs and goofs. Besides that, I found that exploring New Vegas was a lot more fun than exploring the wasteland in Fallout 3. The writing was tolerable, and the characters were okay for the most part. the FEEL of the game is much more enjoyable.

i bought mass effect 2 at a fairly cheap price(around 17$ used). I mostly enjoy reading about all of the different planets, secretly wishing that there was more to explore. each one of the planets that you land on feels more like an island than a planet. I honestly didn't feel that there was a lot of variation between the planets, either. Most of the choices that you make in the game feel very trivial and unimportant.
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Goodbye my friend. See you in RPG Maker paradise.
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i like the new boards. And I am glad it is almost winter break.