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Offline Last Active Mar 06 2008 07:34 AM

Buying a new tv!

09 January 2009 - 12:50 AM

Hey guys.

I got paid $400 for doing some 12 hours worth of IT work. I have been deciding to buy a t.v., so I went looking. All the ones from stores are really cheap, but you know the brand name is crap. So, I kept looking. I decided to look on Craig's List as you do happen to find some diamonds in the rough.

This is what I found:


I talked to the guy. He said he bought the t.v. for $800 before taxes. He then got a better t.v. for Christmas and listed this one. He's had a couple people look at it, but they decided to buy one of the cheap brand names. The t.v. is only $500, which I have, and he says he only opened the box to make sure everything was in there and that it wasn't damaged.

Do you guys think this is a good deal? I am quite happy paying the price as the price in stores/amazon are $1099... I am getting it for my 360 so I can play video games in my room and watch movies.

I won YouTube Live tickets?

13 November 2008 - 06:12 AM

Hello OT :D

Okay, so about a week ago, I saw a banner on YouTube that said "You could win YouTube Live tickets!" I go on YouTube everyday, so I was like "Suh-weet!" I entered my name, email and age and submitted. I read the paragraph above the submit button. It said:

"Due to the amount of submissions, only a few applicants will be picked. We will inform you if you win in about a week."

I thought "Wow... The chances of me winning are one in a million with all these YouTubers submitting."

Well, a week later I had a new email. Contents:


You are receiving this email because you have been selected to receive two tickets to YouTube Live. Because you are under the age of 18, you must get your parent's or guardian's consent before you receive an official email invitation.

Please email your parent's or guardian's name and phone number in case of an emergency.

Congratulations and we're excited to see you at YouTube Live!



I flipped out when I saw this, but then I thought "Me? Why would I win?"

I was wondering if they gave away thousands of tickets or a couple people. If not, then I am one lucky son of a [word here].

Helpful tips needed :D

09 October 2008 - 04:07 AM

Ok, I am a huge procrastinator, so I am going to pull an internet move and state "inb4 procrastinator".

Now, I am in college and I know many college students know they have to take some classes they wouldn't because they want a degree in some field and it requires a random/boring class.

So, I am taking Human Relations. So far, I know everything the teacher is talking about. It's common sense stuff. The problem? The actions/people's attitudes have names. Don't understand what I mean? Let me give you an example:

We determine how someone acts. We would call this action observing. WRONG. The 'proper' term would be 'Transactional analysis'. They put name tags on these terms and my teacher goes for textbook terms. He won't give partial credit or any credit at all if you answered each term how we would.

The problem, that I need help with, is that we have a test tomorrow on 4 chapters. Each chapter is about 50-60 pages of nothing but single-spaced, size 10 font, on 10.5 x 8 inch pages. See my dilemma?

Well, I am a self-proclaimed procrastinator, so last time we had a test; I stayed up all night and read every chapter. I failed the test #-o The test is random crap that I either forgot or confused with other terms. The questions were random situations and you wrote down the correct term for what could fix the situation. 50 questions of that.

So, here I am. I need to read 200+ pages, the test is tomorrow, and I fear failure again. What do I do? :?

inb4 should have studied earlier.

I still would have problems with terms.

Edit: I was really good in high school. I got A's and never studied for a test in my life. I am hitting the books now, sort of, and I am not accustomed to failure. Halp.

YouTube's new button

08 October 2008 - 07:56 PM

While I was watching a video on YouTube, I decided to post a comment. I typed it out and clicked the button on the left. I heard audio of what I typed. I noticed that the left button was no longer the 'Submit' button, but an 'Audio Preview' button.

This caused me to question "Why?" Why is there a need for an audio preview button? Especially since it is where the submit button used to be, so I keep accidentally pressing it. Also, it doesn't read words right. 'I am' causes it problems with pronunciation. [If I typed "I am a boy"; it'd say "I a m a boy". It pronounces each letter.]

I don't know if anyone else noticed this new feature, but I don't really like it nor do I see a point. The preview button was good enough. It doesn't fix text errors as it reads words improperly causing me to look back for errors and seeing I had none. It just can't pronounce words correctly.

What do you guys think?

Those "turn around" days...

30 September 2008 - 10:17 AM

Let me explain what a turn around day is as I kind of made it up, but I don't know if there is an actual term for these days.

A turn around day, imo, is a moment in a day that changes your outlook instantly. This usually happens after you have had a pretty crappy day/week and this day comes and makes everything better for the time being.

My story (long)

So, have you ever had one of these days and felt so good afterward?