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#1 Re: Off Topic Discussion » Go to gas station snack » 2016-12-06 02:44:06

A bag of Hot Fries, and a bottle of Mountain Dew Voltage.

#2 Re: Debates » mac, pc or linux » 2016-12-02 22:21:42

skullz17 wrote:
Stubby wrote:

Another thing I like about macOS is the lack of game support. It's a distraction free work environment. My desktop is littered with so many games, I couldn't stay focused for more than 10 minutes.

I don't think macOS is necessarily the best solution to your problem. You could just uninstall your games and pretend you're on a mac.

Problem with that is I'd be tempted to download games on Windows anyways, but not on macOS. Besides, I didn't buy my GPU just for productivity. What I might do is set up two different accounts on my PC, one for work without any games, and one for just pure gaming/entertainment.

#3 Re: Debates » mac, pc or linux » 2016-12-01 04:44:30

My only experience with macOS was two years (2014-2016) with a 2007 iMac for my graphic design class. The thing worked flawlessly with Adobe Creative Suite 6, even with a lower-end CPU (Core 2 Duo) for today's standards. I never had a single issue with it, except for that one time when Photoshop crashed after trying to apply a heavy blur to a large image, but I knew that was a gamble. One thing I absolutely love about Windows over macOS is aero snap, and being able to scroll in different adjacent windows without clicking on them first. However, I use this feature most when sorting files, or writing papers, the latter being uncommon.

Another thing I like about macOS is the lack of game support. It's a distraction free work environment. My desktop is littered with so many games, I couldn't stay focused for more than 10 minutes. I built my new PC about a month or two ago, so I don't even have MS office or any other productivity programs installed on it, and I don't think I ever will. The only thing stopping me from buying a Mac is the ridiculous prices, and the lack of essential ports on the new models.

#4 Re: Debates » mac, pc or linux » 2016-11-30 23:12:45

For me, Windows is best for gaming, while macOS is best for productivity. Windows is great for productivity too, don't get me wrong, but I just prefer the feel of macOS for work.

#6 Re: Off Topic Discussion » What would you do if you had the ultimate power? » 2016-10-15 00:56:53

You have no idea how many times I've thought of this concept. Where do I begin? (Warning, huge list ahead.)

FOR THE WORLD:
- Bring world peace and extreme wealth. (No more wars, famine, poverty, violence, etc.)
- Find a cure for all diseases and other medical issues, physical and mental.
- Have a US presidential candidate elected that everyone approves of. (Yes it's impossible, but I have ultimate power!)
- Solve the problem of climate change, and reverse all pollution.

FOR TECHNOLOGY:
- Create computers and smartphones with zero lag, and infinite speed, on extremely HD screens with extremely high refresh rates. (My inner PC gamer is coming out...)
- Establish large colonies all around the solar system. Leave interstellar travel for space exploration, except for a few nearby star systems.
- Create matter-creation machines, that turn mass into any other object instantly. (For example, turn one pound of dirt into one pound of gold, electronics, fresh limited time soda that's gone, etc. Anything.)
- Create teleporters, that can teleport anything or anyone anywhere instantly. (For example, teleport yourself from your home to a colony on Mars instead of flying there.)
- Create a source of near-limitless energy, and incorperate it into every technology. (Have a phone with a battery life of hundreds of years, or a car that never runs out of gas for decades.)

FOR MYSELF:
- Give myself a luxurious home and surrounding living space (maybe 4-5 acres), and more surrounding fancy homes with friends and family as neighbors.
- Fix any flaws I have (my bad vision, chronic migraines, uncombable hair, etc.)
- Get rid of my social anxiety, and make myself very charismatic, being able to make friends very easily with anyone.
- Build myself the ultimate PC gaming/work station, with every aspect of it perfect in my eye. And infinite Steam money.
- Make PC ports of every game on consoles not available on PC, specifically some PS2 games.
- Bring back a few lost relatives/pets.
- Give myself superhuman abilities, like flight, strength, telekinesis, etc.
- Give myself the ability to run simulations of any scenario. (For example, altering historic events to see the later outcomes, seeing both timelines of a Trump and Clinton presidency, etc.)

I could list so much more, but this is all I'll do for now.

#7 Re: Game Discussion » How old is your EE account? » 2016-10-10 22:20:11

5 years, 7 months, 16 days.

Hard to believe, that's exactly one third of my life.

#11 Re: Game Suggestions » [Community feedback] What world size do you want? » 2016-08-07 20:19:47

400x25 (Slim Wide)

I like building with wide worlds, but sometimes, believe it or not, I find 50 blocks to be too tall.

#12 Re: Off Topic Discussion » What disability do you have? » 2016-08-07 20:12:42

High-functioning autism (It's slight, but I have it. I have higher intelligence, and lower social skills)
Strabismus (I have slight misalignment of the eyes. Taking good photos of me is a challenge)
Anxiety & Social Anxiety (Self explanatory. I'm putting a parentheses segment for continuity)

#13 Re: Off Topic Discussion » Rubik's Cubes & Twisty Puzzles » 2016-05-12 00:10:35

Just got a new personal record of 30.5 seconds! I'm trying for sub-30 now, but I can't seem to get there no matter how hard I try.

#14 Re: Off Topic Discussion » Rubik's Cubes & Twisty Puzzles » 2016-05-07 15:57:43

Yandax wrote:

I like cubes, but I only own a 2x2 and I still can't solve it. It's a combination of lack of skill and men not trying. Although, I used to know the trick to circular Rubik's Cube. (Yeah, it doesn't make sense, but I can't think of any other way to explain it)

Out of curiosity, what is the trick to cubes? Memorizing all past moves?

Yes, memorization is almost essential. On the beginner's method for a 3x3, besides the first step, you have to memorize algorithms (certain sequences of moves), and when/where to perform them. Algs help switch pieces around without messing up everything else. I learned how to solve the 3x3 using the official Rubik's how-to, but this guy does a great tutorial too.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wf3YgBZMVyw

The 3x3 beginner's method only requires memorizing 5 algorithms, but advanced speed methods require 100s. As far as the 2x2 goes, you only need to memorize two algs.

#15 Re: Off Topic Discussion » Rubik's Cubes & Twisty Puzzles » 2016-05-07 14:41:29

Kirby wrote:
Stubby wrote:
Kirby wrote:

My PB on 3x3 is 12.05 i think

I own a ton of them but I kinda lost interest - still pick one up though every now and then. Favorite is probably 2x2

That's amazing! Do you know all of CFOP? Also, what kind of puzzles do you own? What's your main cube?

I use CFOP but I don't know full OLL, I know like half of it. I know full f2l and pll though
I own all WCA things except clock bc who uses a clock, along with: the wheel of time, 1x1, mastermorphix, dino, axel, gear shift, gear ball, 3x4x5, 2x2x4, curvy copter, 3x3x9, oskar's treasure chest, magic, and some more I don't know the name of. I also have stickerless 2x2-4x4 along with megaminx

As for main, Moyu everything, except for 4x4. 2x2-7x7: moyu lingpo 2x2, moyu aolong GT 3x3, Yuxin 4x4, moyu huachuang 5x5, moyu aoshi 6x6, moyu aofu (cubic) 7x7

so ye

My current mains are all MoYu too; a stickerless LingPo, a Cubicle HuaLong, an AoSu 4x4, and a BoCuang 5x5. I'm gonna switch from the HuaLong to the YueXiao when it arrives though. I started learning two-look oll yesterday and so far, I have two out of seven cases memorized. But I also memorized the Curvy Copter while I was at it.

My current collection is a Rubik's 2x2 (ew), a MoYu LingPo, a Rubik's 3x3 (surprisingly good), a MoYu HuaLong, a MoYu AoSu, a ShengShou 5x5, a MoYu BoCuang, a ShengShou Megaminx, a SS Pryaminx, an SS Square-1, a LanLan Skewb, a LanLan 3x3x2, a Yuxin Mirror Cube, an Axis Cube, and a Meffert's Curvy Copter.

Soon, I'll have a GuoGuan YueXiao, a QiYi Thunderclap, a Yuxin Fire, and a YJ GuanPo.

#16 Re: Off Topic Discussion » Rubik's Cubes & Twisty Puzzles » 2016-05-07 03:27:21

Kirby wrote:

My PB on 3x3 is 12.05 i think

I own a ton of them but I kinda lost interest - still pick one up though every now and then. Favorite is probably 2x2

That's amazing! Do you know all of CFOP? Also, what kind of puzzles do you own? What's your main cube?

#18 Re: Debates » Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump? » 2016-05-07 01:28:07

I can't vote for another two years, but if I could, I'd definitely vote for Trump over Hillary.

#19 Off Topic Discussion » Rubik's Cubes & Twisty Puzzles » 2016-05-07 01:22:42

Stubby
Replies: 13

So lately, I've developed a huge interest in cubing. I began a few months back when I got bored and wanted to learn to solve my old cube. Ever since I memorized the 3x3, I've been hooked since. Six months later, I now own 16 different puzzles, with 4 more due to arrive in the mail soon.

I set a new personal record a minute ago of 33.2 seconds while playing EE in another tab, which made me wonder... Does anyone else here cube? (Or peel stickers?)

#20 Re: Off Topic Discussion » Look how big my worm is » 2016-05-04 23:48:44

Just hit 57,000. My death was kinda stupid, but I was kinda getting bored.

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#21 Re: Off Topic Discussion » Your hobbies? » 2016-04-28 22:15:24

Major Hobbies

  • Gaming

  • Graphic Design

  • Cubing

  • Procrastinating

Minor Hobbies

  • Coin Collecting

  • Astronomy

  • Sleeping

  • Mountain Dew

  • Drawing

#23 Graphics Suggestions » Hexagonal Tiles » 2016-03-11 01:57:36

Stubby
Replies: 7

Just felt like making a quick block pack. Ended up with a neat slanted hexagon-like pattern (bottom part below the block pack is an example of how the tiling works):

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What do you think?

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