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This thread is so interesting. : D All of you guys are so cute! Might as well share mine as well.
I am 16 years old, female, still a high school student. I'd have to say my life so far as been all about mistakes. I've screwed up a lot, but I don't regret any of it. I love who I am today. I may seem professional or serious while typing, but I am extremely hyper in person, always making everyone laugh or smile. I'm going to college to study to be an educator, because I love elementary school kids and am even taking classes for it right now.. sorry Frictional Games, you'll still always be my hobby but I don't think I'll ever be a scripter. XD Here's a few pictures, I guess. :3
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The second one is my attractive face.

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05-11-2012 12:06 AM
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(05-10-2012 11:47 PM)Streetboat Wrote:  
(05-10-2012 08:34 PM)Bridge Wrote:  As for video games I am a huge fan of stealth games (you can imagine my frustration that there are only a handful of good stealth games), RPGs and adventure games. My favorite games are Grim Fandango, Thief: The Dark Project, Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth, Ocarina of Time and The Curse of Monkey Island among others.
What's your opinion on the splinter cell series? Ignoring Conviction, naturally.
Big fan actually, can't believe I forgot to mention them. I even loved Double Agent which some people didn't like, though I wasn't a huge fan of Pandora Tomorrow as it didn't have any of the voice actors and the controls were a bit weird. My favorite stealth game ever though is undoubtedly Thief: The Dark Project; you just can't beat those stealth mechanics.

P.S. I actually sort of liked Conviction, somewhat. It's a complete betrayal of course, but on its own, it's not that bad. The chase scene in DC or whatever was especially great. Actually if you are interested I wrote a review of it on GameSpot.

(05-11-2012 12:06 AM)JenniferOrange Wrote:  This thread is so interesting. : D All of you guys are so cute! Might as well share mine as well.
I am 16 years old, female, still a high school student. I'd have to say my life so far as been all about mistakes. I've screwed up a lot, but I don't regret any of it. I love who I am today. I may seem professional or serious while typing, but I am extremely hyper in person, always making everyone laugh or smile. I'm going to college to study to be an educator, because I love elementary school kids and am even taking classes for it right now.. sorry Frictional Games, you'll still always be my hobby but I don't think I'll ever be a scripter. XD Here's a few pictures, I guess. :3
Great attitude. Not to be too Confucian (though everybody would do good to be) but realizing that there are no mistakes is the first step on the path to enlightenment.


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(05-11-2012 12:18 AM)Bridge Wrote:  Great attitude. Not to be too Confucian (though everybody would do good to be) but realizing that there are no mistakes is the first step on the path to enlightenment.
I had no idea that confucianism was about seeking enlightenment. Could you have confused it with taoism or buddhism?

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Crafted in 1985 by a non-American company--but made in the USA--and still functioning today. Code named "Your Computer" (later replaced by the "Personal Computer"--which is complete ________!!!), state-of-the-art at the time, standing at the end of the spectrum, is yours truly. Do not let my looks deceive you, or my 4.77mhz of computing power, or my 640K of RAM... OK, maybe those aren't my best qualities, but, being (inconveniently) portable, i can still make my way around from place to place. And now, for the moment you all have not been waiting for, a picture of myself:
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(05-11-2012 02:20 AM)Your Computer Wrote:  Crafted in 1985 by a non-American company--but made in the USA--and still functioning today. Code named "Your Computer" (later replaced by the "Personal Computer"--which is complete ***!!!), state-of-the-art at the time, standing at the end of the spectrum, is yours truly. Do not let my looks deceive you, or my 4.77mhz of computing power, or my 640K of RAM... OK, maybe those aren't my best qualities, but, being (inconveniently) portable, i can still make my way around from place to place. And now, for the moment you all have not been waiting for, a picture of myself:
Spoiler below!
[Image: rcm-054-big.jpg]
You are very good at helping out, but your name was green about a month ago, so I've always wanted to ask you if you're somehow hired by FG to help out here.

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05-11-2012 04:35 AM
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(05-11-2012 04:35 AM)Cranky Old Man Wrote:  You are very good at helping out, but your name was green about a month ago, so I've always wanted to ask you if you're somehow hired by FG to help out here.

I'm not hired to help out here, but part of my programming is to do "random" tasks when idle.

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05-11-2012 04:52 AM
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I'm 18 years old, live outside Gothenburg in Sweden. I study natural science which takes up most of my spare time, therefore I can't spend the time I'd like on modding ´n stuff. Found out about Amnesia a year ago from a friend, tried it and loved it. When I discovered the possibility of making custom stories I immediately set out to learn the ropes. Apart from gaming I love music: rock, metal etc. anything made by humans and not computers, I'm also a drummer and a master in the art of sleeping.
This is some old picture with my face on it:

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Here is better (but quite old) picture of me Big Grin
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(05-11-2012 02:40 PM)Prelauncher Wrote:  anything made by humans and not computers
+1 rep \m/

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(05-11-2012 02:48 PM)Unearthlybrutal Wrote:  Here is better (but quite old) picture of me Big Grin
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(05-11-2012 02:40 PM)Prelauncher Wrote:  anything made by humans and not computers
+1 rep \m/
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(05-11-2012 12:43 AM)Cranky Old Man Wrote:  
(05-11-2012 12:18 AM)Bridge Wrote:  Great attitude. Not to be too Confucian (though everybody would do good to be) but realizing that there are no mistakes is the first step on the path to enlightenment.
I had not idea that confucianism was about seking enlightenment. Could you have confused it with taoism or buddhism?
Depends on how you interpret enlightenment. It doesn't really matter what you call it; actually I'm certain Confucius himself never specifically used that term, but it's the way I read into it. I'm not talking about spiritual or absolute enlightenment anyway, just the idea of improving yourself constantly and dispensing with pointless BS.
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