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    posted a message on lol ooook?
    I've found squids in completely dry caves before. I always carry a bucket of water with me just in case.
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    posted a message on I'm 11 and I play Mincraft
    Quote from Warillusen »
    Quote from Vibhor »
    Soooooo.....
    You know how babby is formed?


    Formed? No I just know how it starts.


    INCORRECT ANSWER.

    You have obviously not been on the internet long enough.
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    posted a message on The story behind creepers.
    Quote from Zancie »
    Quote from Rowsdower »
    Creepers have always reminded me of this HL2 Deathmatch mod:

    In both games you're in a mostly green map filled with green plants. You never know when one of those green things is going to suddenly charge you and self destruct.


    That may very well be the most epic video EVER!


    Yes, it was an incredibly fun mod that unfortunately nobody plays anymore.


    It also translated into a hilarious drinking game.
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    posted a message on Could someone explain occlusion culling?
    So for those of us who use F3 to locate mobs underground (and thus, caves), what will this mean? Will we still be able to see mob names through walls?
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    posted a message on The story behind creepers.
    Creepers have always reminded me of this HL2 Deathmatch mod:

    In both games you're in a mostly green map filled with green plants. You never know when one of those green things is going to suddenly charge you and self destruct.
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    posted a message on Notch Twitters about Herobrine
    You guys realize that the ONLY reason people get freaked out by Herobrine is because he's not supposed to be in the game, and is instead some sort of digital ghost that has picked their game to haunt? The instant he actually DOES get added to the game, he's going to be about as scary as a normal zombie. Many mods already have human NPC's running around in them, so seeing one more with white eyes and the same crappy AI as all the rest of the mobs is not going to be the least bit frightening.


    I still think he's keeping it hush, hush... know what i mean? There are so many video's proving he's existence.


    You mean there are so many videos proving he's a reskinned iron door.
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    posted a message on What do you listen to while....
    A few years ago i made a playlist titled "EPIC" that consisted solely of music from Two Steps from Hell. I still listen to it while playing most games.

    Trust me, mining iron has never felt so intense.













    just to name a few.

    They sound waaaaaaay better too when they aren't crap-youtube quality.
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    posted a message on Classic Vs Beta
    Beta also has the "smooth lighting" option, which makes the game look much, MUCH better. Lighting and shadows are blended together instead of being an awkward light-dark gradient from block-to-block.
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    posted a message on ★★ [24/7/365] < 1.5 SURVIVAL PVP> [SHOPS,MMO,ICONOMY,LWC]★★
    Can't connect for some reason.
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    posted a message on ★★ [24/7/365] < 1.5 SURVIVAL PVP> [SHOPS,MMO,ICONOMY,LWC]★★
    IGN: bigclifty

    Age: 23


    I think i'm a pretty creative builder and i try to to follow the natural lay of the land with my buildings, instead of just making all my houses giant boxes.

    EDIT: Also, no previous bans
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    posted a message on Anyone Else Getting This?
    I got the same thing from him.

    I replied with this link: http://putintank.ytmnd.com/


    Lets see if he responds back.
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    posted a message on Earth: The Server
    I know the server is down at the moment, but could you add me to the whitelist? I'd love to participate once it gets back up.

    Game Name: bigclifty
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    posted a message on EchoCraft | UNDER CONSTRUCTION | NEED BUILDERS | Fantasy RP | 1.7+ | No whitelist | Races Orc, Human, and Elf | 24/7 | 64 Slots
    To Apply For JOB Use:

    IGN (Gamer NAME): bigclifty
    Age:23
    What is your past experience: mostly just played offline or on private servers with my friends
    Why YOU want to JOIN: I like being apart of big builds
    Read The Rules?: Yes
    Do you have any suggestions?: Add me? :wink.gif:
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    posted a message on Mac, Linux, Or Windows Minecraft?
    Quote from nickguletskii »


    HAHAHAHAHAHA! "Gaming keyboard"... A keyboard with junk added to it. Why the hell would you need that? Get a proper keyboard.

    All the hardware that requires additional drivers on windows worked for me straight out of the box in Ubuntu.


    It is a proper keyboard, ****. Don't insult me for having a piece of hardware just because it didn't work on Linux. And that was just ONE of the plethora of things what did not work with Ubuntu when i installed it. I actually had to go two weeks without sound because Ubuntu didn't recognize my speakers and a fix had not been developed for them yet.


    You damn well know that ANY new or high-end hardware will probably, if not certainly, fail or error or simply not be detected. Hardly anything is just plug and play.


    "All the hardware that requires additional drivers on windows worked for me straight out of the box in Ubuntu." Either you have an INCREDIBLY dated machine or you're lying. I've installed 3 different distros on several comps and i've NEVER had any setup go anywhere CLOSE to the smooth install of Windows or Mac. On two of the comps i put it on, Ubuntu didn't even detect my internet connection, which was plugged in via ethernet (and it was Ubuntu's fault FYI, as SuSe, Fedora, and obviously Windows detected the internet fine). I mean come on


    Again, Linux can be great if you have a low-end machine, but if you've got anything decent it's not worth messing with (unless you plan on using it for something else), as Windows and Mac will run things just as smooth with more compatibility and less hassle. Don't listen to this guy with his strange Ubuntu hard-on, cause it's anything but the magical, free, easy OS that he's making it out to be. It's complicated and confusing at first, and even after working with it for several years, an error i've never encountered will still force me to do half a dozen google searches to figure out what happened. There's a reason linux distros are the least used type of OS. You get what you pay for.
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    posted a message on Mac, Linux, Or Windows Minecraft?
    Quote from ObeseCatLord »

    Plus Microsoft ripped of Apple with the taskbar and many other features. Evil greedy bastards.



    And how is this evil? They took an idea and improved upon it.


    As for what OS you should use...

    But if you have a decent rig, you might as well just go with Windows instead of Linux to save yourself from headaches down the line. Don't get me wrong, linux can be pretty cool, but it takes a LOT of practice and google searching to sometimes get even the most basic things up and working

    For example, i have a gaming keyboard that linux did not recognize the drivers to. Even with the driver files sitting on the desktop, linux couldn't figure out how to install them, or what they were even for. Several hours and about 4-dozen google searches later, i found the command that got the drivers installed correctly. Windows on the other hand, not only recognized the keyboard right off the bat, it automatically downloaded an updated version of drivers (which were not even available on Linux yet) as the OS finished installing itself. Talk about convenient.

    If you do not want to shell out the money to buy Windows 7, just torrent it. You don't even need to be tech-suave to figure it out, as usually you just have to burn the ISO to a DVD and then pop it in your DVD drive to install. That's it.

    If you have a low-end or really old machine, you might want to go for Linux though. Linux runs very fast on low-end machines. But you have at least a halfway-decent machine, just don't bother with Linux unless you are already quite familiar with it or if are planning on using Linux for other projects anyway. You could always dual-boot with linux as a second option so you can choose which one you like better.


    If you have a Mac, just use whatever you are more comfortable with. Normally I would say Windows again for gaming, but i don't think it matters that much with Minecraft.
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