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Sangrina

Sangrina

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In Topic: Today...

12 April 2014 - 10:21 AM

 

Here's some advice though: I said confront, not fight. I push them away, I tell them to get lost, I put myself between them and the girl who's rejected them. That's the assertive response.

 

^ This is the way I'd like to see people react in such situations.

 

If I had a friend who likes to teach every bad behaving drunk a lesson with his fists, I wouldn't want to go out in his company at all.


In Topic: Today...

10 April 2014 - 05:46 AM


I guess a more generalized question would be, if you were to play every white note on the keyboard, from the leftmost key to the rightmost key (I think that's a C major scale-- I don't remember as much music stuff as I used to lol), how do you finger it? Do you play C with your index finger, D with your middle finger, E with your ring finger, and then F with your pinky? And then do you just slide your hand and play G with your index finger, A with your middle finger, etc?

 

Depends on your keyboard, if it's C major or not. Most acoustic pianos start with A as the lowest possible white key, and then it would be A minor. But, after you find a C, yes, when you play all whites, it's C major.

 

You actually use your thumbs for playing, too, so you start the C major scale (right hand) with your thumb, and after middle finger (E), you move your thumb under it to the next key (F), and then just play the rest of the scale (five notes, five fingers) ending up on the next C with your pinky. If you want to keep going upwards, instead of using pinky for the second C, you again move your thumb under the other fingers to the C, and do it like you did in the first octave. With left hand, you start with you pinky, and after thumb, move your middle finger over the thumb to A, and the rest of the scale (two notes left) index finger (H) and thumb, ending up on C.

 

Someone else could probably explain this better, but perhaps this at least gives you some idea how it's done.


In Topic: Polarbearblue's First 99

31 August 2013 - 05:41 AM

Congratulations!

In Topic: Sally's Insane Goals and Random RS Blog -350/369 Clue Scroll Items - Item...

16 August 2013 - 08:36 PM

Congratulations Salleh!

In Topic: 22-Jul-2013 - RuneScape 3!

22 July 2013 - 06:30 PM

Euhm, now I have all of sudden some big gigantic ad from miniclip whenever I log in or load the game etc...

How to get the funk rid of it >.> it really did make me insta rage lol... But as a paying member I expect not to get any adds from the site.

I already cleared cache and removed cache from laptop etc... it still persists.


I have the same. Before the update, no Miniclip - after the update Miniclip appears. Cleared cache and cookies, restarted browser, and hey - there it still sits. How annoying!

This is what Mod Sushi_Pi said about it in the RSOF:

Try clearing your cookies and cache. Miniclip is a site that hosts multiple games (including RuneScape) and if you have ever visited it you will have saved a cookie on your PC, so clearing your browsing history and cache should remove it (unless you log in via miniclip).

-Mod Sushi_Pi


I'm not sure if I've ever visited Miniclip on this computer, but if I have, ages ago, it still doesn't explain why it would appear today after the update.