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ImDustinHoffmanIRL

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About ImDustinHoffmanIRL

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  • Birthday 08/08/1937

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    Sitting in the back of a school bus next to Elaine Robinson
  • Interests
    Acting.

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  1. Still easily the best poster on Tip.It

  2. Hey what's an IP? Can someone explain to me what you all are talking about with staking?
  3. Where have you gone Joe DiMaggio? A nation rests its lonely eyes on you. Joltin Joe has gone away. I miss the old SUOMI.
  4. People can't be trusted to remember who they are, man. SUOMI seems so much different now than he did a year ago. He needs to watch the wonder years, you know, so he can get back to his roots. That show is a godsend, an absolute masterpiece. There are many doctors that.. Okay, I don't want to generalize. A few decades ago I had this fascinating conversation with a Cardiologist and he said that it isn't him who saves people's lives via surgery, etc. He said he could feel the holy spirit flow through him. He said it was God who saved them, and God was just using him as a tool. Well, call me crazy, but I think sometimes the same phenomenon applies to artists. I think a true masterpiece can be a glimpse of God. And there is NOTHING that fits that description better than "The Wonder Years." Every episode reduces me to tears almost. It's about life, growing up, love, and baby boomers. Aside from baby boomers, those were the three big emotions/entities that I associated with SUOMI, which is why I wanted to see him succeed so damn much. (When he started playing again a few months ago, I did a jig when I heard the news.)He had so much passion, and I would've donated to him (IF I DIDNT GET MY 225k GRENWALL SPIKES HACKED. AHHHHHHHHHHHH.) Today though, those qualities have dissolved from SUOMI's personality and I hope it's just fatigue and not a case of "growing up" gone wrong.
  5. If it's possible, then how come it hasn't been done yet? I don't even know why some people are arguing over the most trivial and pointless things. Suomi might not have literally gotten 5B, but he certainly proved that it was possible (this cannot be reasonably disputed). The thought among players was that for years that no would ever get close to 5b, that Suomi has gotten 99.9% of the way there proves that it is in the realm of possibility. You can argue that Suomi hasn't actually completed the task, that's debatable but to argue that Suomi didn't emphatically prove that 5b is possible is insanity and nonsense. It's the same scenario as starting out as a level 3 and thinking it's impossible to get to 138 Combat or 2496 total. By the time you reach, say 2450 total and 135 combat -- you might never actually complete the journey, but you know that if you wanted to, it's perfectly within the realm of possibility. In Suomi's case, it's not even that far, it's literally 1 experience. I don't want to be harsh here, but anyone who argues that 5b isn't possible (which is different from it being highly probable or actually happening) is completely ignorant of the concepts of possibility, or worse yet, a malicious troll. Possibility =/= highly probable or actually going to happen. It only implies that a certain act could happen. Suomi might never 5B, but you cannot dispute that if he willed it, he could get it at any moment. This entire universe we are in is in a single atom in a fingernail of a person, so I heard somewhere. Similarly, there is also a massive tiny universe in one of the atoms of my fingernail. I'm just kidding. That is just silly. BUT, there truly is a massive universe inside the pixel of SUOMI's last xp point. They've been hiding there, assuming they'd never be surfaced, but SUOMI has chiseled away at the marble of runescape potential like Bernini sculpting "The Rape of Proserpina." SUOMI, at the height of his narcissism, still thinks it is all about him at this point. And you inhumane bullies said it was "negligible." Just reprehensible. There is an entire universe full of life, wonder, and architecture separating SUOMI from 200M all and you're saying it's "negligible", thus trivializing an entire dimension of existence. Why don't you tell the fine fellahs living on the planet of Saradomakite, a planet very similar to Earth, that their existence is "negligible."
  6. This entire universe we are in is in a single atom in a fingernail of a person, so I heard somewhere. Similarly, there is also a massive tiny universe in one of the atoms of my fingernail. I'm just kidding. That is just silly. BUT, there truly is a massive universe inside the pixel of SUOMI's last xp point. They've been hiding there, assuming they'd never be surfaced, but SUOMI has chiseled away at the marble of runescape potential like Bernini sculpting "The Rape of Proserpina." SUOMI, at the height of his narcissism, still thinks it is all about him at this point. And you inhumane bullies said it was "negligible." Just reprehensible. There is an entire universe full of life, wonder, and architecture separating SUOMI from 200M all and you're saying it's "negligible", thus trivializing an entire dimension of existence. Why don't you tell the fine fellahs living on the planet of Saradomakite, a planet very similar to Earth, that their existence is "negligible."
  7. Yeah. What the heck SUOMI. But, he's playing 2007scape right? Unless if SUOMI shocks everyone and gets 200M in the new skills, this was the most anti-climactic thing in runescape history.
  8. Mish, I don't know, I'd learn a new language instead of re-reading this thread.
  9. @trollbomber Whips were at 3.2M for a LONGGGGG time. I think 3.2M is the floor price for whips. So I wouldn't be surprised for them to be almost 10M for maybe 2 months. Then again, maybe 5M is worth more now than it was the first time around in 2007. I don't know, I haven't gotten to play yet.
  10. How much do you guys think whips will cost for the first couple of months after people start getting 85 slayer? I could see training slayer as one of the best ways to make money. Hell, even left shield halfs and dragon meds and dragon platelegs will actually be worth something now! (right? Or am I missing something?)
  11. EOC trading? How is that possible?
  12. This thread has had the most depressing ending ever. It would be like if the Super Bowl concluded on a 100% objectively wrong call, on the very last play of the game.
  13. Wait, is SUOMI playing old school?
  14. Hey now, you can't fault angry Aussie for having a blog. There's a big difference between caring what other people think, and wanting to be heard.
  15. I got 99 cooking for nostalgia purposes. When I played on my first account 10 years ago, my highest skill was like 43 strength.. But then cooking was 69! Then I got it up to 70. And that was without ever actively training cooking. So I felt like I was a heavy duty expert chef. So later, after maxing combat, I realized I wanted to revitalize that FLAME for cooking. All the combat 99s I got so I could kick ass. I got almost 30M ranging experience, because I started as a range pure and as I got more and more range experience I really felt like my character was becoming a super expert at archery. Actually, all my 99s I got because I really enjoyed feeling like I was making my character extremely well-rounded and talented and powerful. I hope these anecdotes aren't off-topic. I'm just trying to give a perspective as to why some peppe might get 99s for reasons other than recognition. Though as an actor, I might get a tiny bit more emotionally invested in my character than some others do. (I'm not really buying that. I think just about everybody gets emotionally attached to their character. I mean you spend so much time with it, how could you not?)
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