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    What ever doesn't kill me will only kill me slowly.

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  1. buggy123, I think by sickle axes you mean Kama(s).
  2. Been a while since I checked back up on this. I never crossed that street again. If ever, it was a small street or a street with a light. Never Shermer/Beckwith Again. All I remember from that incident was that I blacked out for a couple seconds, and remember touching my head and seeing a little blood on my hands. I was delirious all day. I blame it on the neck brace. Shermer is just a bloody busy street. And there's no darn lights because there ain't any stores nearby, so the gov. department won't waist money there. There is a light about Southward that street, but it's a tricky cross and I don't go there so often. @Emjar. I bike daily like a "Sunday Drive". I do it for kicks. Not going anywhere, not for exercise. Plus it gets me of the computer so much. Edit: There are two crosses for the trains. Both have had people killed on both foot and car. The most recent being about a teen(?) who had an MP3 Player or an iPod, couldn't hear the train coming, and early pancakes for the crows. (Too soon?).
  3. I was biking my usual route, but it was rush hour, and I was rushing a little, too. On my second busy intersection, Beckwith and Shermer, I hit a car. I hit it, on the side. It was going somewhere around 35 mph (Or at-least that's what he said), and when I got to the other side, I laid my bike down, span around for about 2-5 sec, and then regained consciousness. Two people pulled over, and asked if I was fine. I didn't really feel anything, and I was eager to keep biking. They kept me busy while the police came and took me to the hospital. I wasn't wearing a helmet. The good thing is that there was no serious injury, and it wasn't the first time I hit a car on my bike, and that if I didn't go into the hospital, I would've kept riding, and maybe hit the train that I always pass on my route. Lesson learned? Don't bike during rush hour.
  4. Mac OS x @ MrChocolatebear Probably because you can change your OS.
  5. Funny. I think I remember something like that on uncyclopedia or encyclopedia dramatica. Ah, that would be it. And to add to that, you have no idea how hard it was to get a clean version of a fake map of the world.
  6. Your like the name changing magician. "Can I have my name changed to bla bla blah ?" <poof!>"Done"
  7. You may be able. For example, in AoM, there are flying creatures, but ones that can be used in this game, take the birds that were used for embellishment.
  8. Currently Windows XP, but I'm going to high school soon and gonna learn 3-D art there, so maybe a Mac in about 3 Months.
  9. What I do remember from WoW... Don't trust people with your Money Or in WoW Dont trust noobs with ur G darn I wish I could use that spot for an ACTUAL language, like Old English. Above has been Edited so it would look less like crap.
  10. Define Overlapping: Being able to build two buildings in a place adjacent to each other so that they would act as one building, but still have separate hit points?
  11. Wow, now that I looked it over, yea. But that begs the question: Why the Hell is the Economy for World of Warcraft still good when the economy in real life took a dive?!? EDIT: Shouldn't people have learned by playing with an economy, or are there really only 7 year-olds doing the unthinkable in their head and in game.
  12. Which makes me realize, don't make this game TOO good.
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