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sold my soul for rock 'n' roll
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24 years old
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September 10, 1990
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the Burg of Clays, in the forest of William Penn. or Clayburg PA, whichever works
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paintball, duh

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  1. In Topic: Just had a great day of play.

    19 July 2008 - 10:27 PM

    last game i played i played very well. it was just a 2 on 2 "hey guys lets go shoot each other behind your house" kinda game. well my team mates gun stopped working (which was accually my fault, he was barrowing one of my markers and i had set it to the wrong dwell by mistake) leaving me and my pump aginst two decent players with semis. i put snapshot through some brush to get the first guy, i bounced around a bit to try and get an angle on the other guy but he wasnt having it. so took a snap and put him in for a second with a near hit to his hopper (i should have had him there, but hey ore target practice i guess) giving me a chance to move without him seeing. i shaded a big tree and moved up and snaped him out on the second attempt
  2. In Topic: Fluid Surge

    19 July 2008 - 10:07 PM

    the fill in the surge is some of the worst ive ever seen, but it shoots in a pattern thats vaguely straight. i would avoid it, you cant see a hit from more than a few feet away and as its accuaracy is what i would call adequate im sure your nelson is worth the few extra bucks.
  3. In Topic: first game

    19 July 2008 - 10:01 PM

    my first outing wasnt that bad but it wasnt much fun... after a whole summer of mowing lawns for it my freshly purchased imagine's battery died before we got started. i borrowed a BE Erradicator and we went off to play. i had no concept of a chop at this point so i bassically sprayed paint in my friends general directions without ever recognizing a problem
  4. In Topic: Ricers? Tuners?

    19 July 2008 - 09:47 PM

    View PostPhilipp122, on Jul 19 2008, 08:34 AM, said:

    View PostxxSniperxx, on Jul 17 2008, 05:27 PM, said:

    4x4 trucks > Ricers/Tuners
    American Muscle > Ricers/Tuners
    Ricers/Tuners = Barbie Jeep Powerwheels

    My apologies. I shouldnt have bothered posting. I guess I'm just old fashioned because I cant stand the sound of a tuner "gettin' on it". They seriously sound like a Pee'd off bumblebee.


    I hereby present you with the UNINTELLIGENT DONKEY of the day award.

    American Muscle > Ricers

    That's true, but American Muscle is NOT better than imports. I'd really like to see someone with a Mustang GT or Dodge Charger try to beat a Subi WRX STi, Nissan 350Z, or Mitsubishi Evo X at the race track. Oh, and a correctly built import sounds just as good as an American V8. I hate you UNINTELLIGENT DONKEYes that assume that anything from Japan is a FWD 4 cylinder. And speaking of that, what's wrong with FWD 4-cylinders? Volkswagen Golf GTis and Honda Civic Type Rs are FWD 4-cylinders and will outperform just about any American car in the same price range at the autocross or at a tight track.

    American cars are great for torque and drag racing, but they can't match the all-around performance of Japanese or European cars.

    boy there is blanket statement for ya... unless you were referring to muscle cars thats a very clueless statement. for instance look at the Corvette Z06. you cant argue with Porche squishing (not all porches obviously, but any withing 30 grand of the Z06s price) times around the nurburgring.

    and what is the problem with FWD 4 cylinders? 4 cylinders are great, a good one will revv and revv until the valves pop out and dance on the bonet as top gear put it. what about FWD, whats wrong with that? well is very simple, the power is going to the wrong wheels. asking those 2 front tires to brake, steer, grip, and put down all the power puts an inherent limit on handling and performance, usually in the form of numbed steering, oversteer, and torque steer. sure there are alot of things you can do to combat this effect, but ultimately any FWD car would be made alot better if it were RWD or AWD. ive seen it first hand, accually. ive driven VW GTis (one was chipped with a borla exhaust), and i own an Audi TT Quattro. under the skin they are essentially the same car, with the same suspention and engine, and similar weight. but the handling in the TT is lightyears better



    so in conclusion, Audi>everything ;)
  5. In Topic: Heavy metal

    19 July 2008 - 09:09 PM

    if your looking for something a tad more brutal...

    Cryptopsy- Slit Your Guts, Crown of Horns, anything from the early albums (The Unspoken King Sucks, they went soft and did it poorly)

    Nile- Execration Text, Papyrus Containing the Spell To Preserve Its Possessor, Cast Down The Heretic, Lashed to the Slave Stick, Chapter For Transforming Into a Snake

    Arsis- some sweet tech death, The Face of My Innocence, We Are The Nightmare

    The Black Dahlia Murder- I Worship Only What You Bleed, What A Horrible Night to Have A Curse, Statutory Ape, Hymn For The Wretched

    Gojira- Heaviest Matter of the Universe, To Sirius, Flying Whales

    Cannible Corpse- anything really... they are a bit cliche but still good. the bass for Hammer Smashed Face is fun to play

    Morbid Angel- Immortal Rights, Blood on my Hands, Where The Slime Lives, Maze of Torment

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