Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
Well, I cranked one out, for Secret of the Silver Blades. Largely from my maps and walkthrough, I was able to remember a lot. I'm sensing there are probably a few artificial lines in there. I have to admit, HGWars and the prospect of spending HG points has got me interested in trying my best here.
I'm happy with the job I did proofreading it, though some stuff I'm sure slipped through. I just want to do things differently than I did before, and I'm not concerned about being terribly flashy...I just want to be able to look at my work and not care whether or not I'm ashamed--just dive right in and say I like this, that or the other, or I overuse this phrase or type of phrase.
But it made me laugh uncontrollably.
My 1st 2 answers:
1. hermit living in the big city
2. Level headed person who always makes the wrong decision.
2 commercials from the early 90s.
Scottie Pippen, lookin' awkward! This one, I looked for on YouTube a year ago. It wasn't there. It is now.
Vista stinks. It really does. There was this app I wanted to put on my computer, WinBoard. It allows you to analyze chess games, and it comes with Bobby Fischer's 60 most memorable games, part of a book I had as a kid. It went out of print long ago.
So I tried to install it a year ago and phphphpllt. No dice. The installer upgraded, though, and so I was browsing through the games. I haven't played in a while, mainly because I tended to get into boring positions where my opponent got more bored than I did, and I could snatch out a win.
An old favorite of mine, involving a football coach hawking Hummers.
I never wanted a Hummer, but I think this is the bestestest Hummer commercial EVER. You will too, even if you don't like football. Or Hummers.
Why is it, some dude can wear an eyepatch like a video game fighting character, sit there just talking over beats...and expect to write something people will enjoy and remember a decade later?
Man, FUNK DAT!
I'm sure I'm not the only person here who visited http://www.bradthegame.com, but I always wanted to see all the endings. I used WebReaper and probably went in for too much silliness at once. Because I got a bit sick of it. But it will be there for later.
Anyway, today I did something I always wanted to do, but then I remembered some useful stuff I wanted to do even more, so the day wasn't like perfect or anything.