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About my_plague_666

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    moshi moshi, plague desu
  • Birthday 05/19/1991

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  • Airsofter since
    skirmishing since 2007, not played since april '09
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    get on the beers son!
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    United Kingdom

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    Male
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    Tiptree, essex
  • Interests
    ...airsoft...obviously. music (metal, ska, punk, reggae, rock, folk, drum and bass, dubstep, dance, trance, and what ever the hell you'd class Mr. Bungle as), cars (love mah astra =D)

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  1. fair play, i see your point. wasnt accusing you of racism btw, the crowd who start screeching "OMG DATS RAYSIST!" at the tiniest thing (often not even remotely racist) annoy me nearly as much as the actual racists.
  2. yeah but it wasnt involving edgar wright, and it shows. paul is a completely different style of film, the cornetto trilogy seems to be all about smashing together genres and themes in a very british way (SOTD: rom com with zombies, hot fuzz: action cop films meet the wicker man in a quaint village). paul just doesnt have the same type of humor as SOTD, hot fuzz, spaced or anything else pegg, wright and frost have done together. not that its a bad film. bit of a generalisation there isnt it? could just say theres an awful lot of *suitcase* drivers about, i dont really think incompetenc
  3. the 9mm AK jobby is a PP19-01 (pretty much a PP19 bizon using stick mags) and the bullpup thing at the back is from ghost in the shell, cant remember what its called.
  4. not sure i understand it either... i'm usually too busy actually enjoying myself properly!
  5. bit of an odd one, but i was listening to the radio 1 breakfast show this morning and nick grimshaw was saying about some time in the last few days he'd met the queen (in one of these formal introduction jobbies) and that the guy introduced him and there was a horrible awkward silence which he broke with a cheerful "heya, y'alright?" to which she just looked at him, ignored him and walked on. now i know there's all this *badger*s about 'you mustn't speak to the queen unless she speaks to you' but come one now! if someone you've just been intorduced to says hello to you, you don't glare at
  6. remove them as soon as they crop up. you really need to stay as invisible as possible for as long as feasibly possible.
  7. nah, keep up with infecting people and keeping it low profile until you've got almost everyone infected. if you start racking up a body count as soon as the cure is started it will scare them into deploying more countermeasures and putting more into research. i'd completed all of them on brutal
  8. fungus is quite easy IMO. quite early in the game get one or 2 of the fungal spore burst thingies since they only cost 1 or 2 DNA points, that way it should spread quicker. in general just focus on boosting infectivity and minimising symptoms, then once the whole world is infected you can unleash hell! 2 points in cold resistance is pretty much essential to infect greenland, 2 ranks in waterborne helps as well. also i generally find india is a good starting place.
  9. oddly enough, unlike in the original pandemic madagascar is pretty easy to infect. greenland is the tough one this time round, one shipping route, no airport, sparsely populated and no chance of getting anywhere unless you've got 2 points in cold resistance.
  10. oddly enough that night i did manage to get a half decent sounding transition between 190BPM hardtek and dubstep (well, a dubsteppy bit in another hardtek track), didn't think it would work at all but it sounded surprisingly good. wasn't quite so in the zone today but downloaded a bunch of early hardstyle tracks and i've been playing about with them. recorded a little 17 min mix with a handful of them just now, cocked up the timing on the last track's drop but overall i don't think it sounds too bad for someone who's only been playing about for two days and has been working with no real in
  11. Borrowed my mate's USB MIDI controller to try my hand at mixing last night and i have to say i think i'm really getting the hang of it and im really enjoying it. it's funny really, i'd been getting the hang of trance but struggling with faster stuff like hardtek (which is what i'd really like to mix) and it just came to me all of a sudden out of no where, i just suddenly got a feel for it and i was in the zone. really quite pleased with myself, perhaps i've finally found something to be good at
  12. i blame people who dont put things in the correct case. my ex's brother found it in one of his DVD cases several months later haha
  13. hahaha, i did that a while ago, got really psyched up to finally start playing red dead redemption, opened the case... empty
  14. back when i was an apprentice sparky i was nearly got with "shoot down to the wholesalers and grab a 'long weight' for me", clocked it just before i left though
  15. as much as i appreciate your support it's not really as easy as flicking the switches marked 'happy', 'motivated' and 'self esteem'. oddly enough today i saw this pop up at the top of my tumblr dashboard: http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/depression-part-two.html found it quite startling how accurate most of this is for me at the moment. either way, i've ordered a load of 5htp which should be getting here tomorrow i'll probably see how that goes for a month or so and see if it helps. i don't really have the creative capacity to create my own music (as much as i'd love
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