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Storytelling and Roleplaying / Re: The NEW Superpower RP OOC
« on: October 15, 2021, 08:19:38 am »
Ten years ago on this day, we started The NEW Superpower RP. :)

Oh man, fifteen years ago a bunch of faggots and fagettes got together to make this game!! This was a really fun time and I credit this game with a desire to learn how to write properly. It never really clicked when I was in school; but as a side hobby in my spare time, learning to use the language and write decent sentences with correct spelling and grammar became important to me. It probably wouldn't have happened if we never played this game. Check it out some time if you haven't already!

The links are all here!

Everything Else / Re: PICKLED. EGGS. AT RYS.
« on: October 13, 2021, 10:27:12 am »
So, I think you guys will get a kick out of this. Last week the club officers got together and we made 2,500 pierogies for the big feast this past weekend. It ended up being a great time. And I learned how to make a bunch more varieties of pierogies. The one that ended up being my favorite was the sauerkraut type. I never knew that was a possibility as a filling before.

Console Games / Bocolo GP looks gay and dumb.
« on: September 23, 2021, 07:26:16 pm »
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It might be decent though. Looks like an alright arcade racing game. We'll have to see how it looks as we get closer to release. I want to see more tracks and some racers that are not nobodies.

Console Games / Re: You Nignogs Played Chrono Trigger Yet!?
« on: September 22, 2021, 07:34:19 am »
Update on this! I replayed it twice since the last post. It really is a perfect game.

I've heard rumors (from the nvidia leak) that Square may be remastering Chrono Cross. Which would be kind of interesting. Maybe. I'm not sold on that though; most of these games still look and play great and don't need to be tinkered with outside of a resolution adjustment. If they only upped the resolution it would probably be just fine.

It's as good as I had hoped. This game is retarded and perfect!!

Everything Else / Re: PICKLED. EGGS. AT RYS.
« on: September 11, 2021, 06:58:38 am »
That's a very nice color. probably looks really good when it is complete.


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Everything Else / Re: PICKLED. EGGS. AT RYS.
« on: September 10, 2021, 09:53:48 pm »
Kimchi is a great one to try. It's one of those foods that I hate, but I'll eat it anyway because it is so darn healthy for you.

Everything Else / Re: PICKLED. EGGS. AT RYS.
« on: September 05, 2021, 07:46:21 pm »
What ingredient is pulling them toward blue/green?

You ever had black garlic before? A buddy of mine makes it at his home and lets me have some when I visit. It is great when you spread it on toast.

So we have a vehicle showcase video here from last week:

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And I realized I never posted this other one here from last month! Level showcase:

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Looking so good!! And it comes out next week! YEAH!

Everything Else / Re: PICKLED. EGGS. AT RYS.
« on: August 30, 2021, 01:59:37 pm »
Ohh those eggs look good. I had some tea-soaked eggs the other week at a new restaurant I was trying. It was different but good. I don't think I'd make them myself but it was an avenue I hadn't considered before. Yeah the beets go well with the eggs. Plus beets. They're excellent for you.

Everything Else / Re: PICKLED. EGGS. AT RYS.
« on: August 24, 2021, 07:13:59 pm »
As an aside, this season I have my own home-grown beets. And let me tell you they were a real hassle to can. Not as hard as Corn (just done) and slightly easier but less tedious than green beans. But dude. The worst of them all was peaches. **** PEACHES. They are so annoying, squishy and messy. They are an absolute hassle. I'll can anything else, even if the corn kills me. **** peaches.

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(**** the pain away **** youtube age restriction fascism faggots)

<3 Peaches

Everything Else / PICKLED. EGGS. AT RYS.
« on: August 24, 2021, 07:10:38 pm »
Tell me more about your pickled eggs. Usually I don't nitpick, but I like you and with cooking I am an ******* (maybe more but **** you lol let's talk food :3) Your pickled eggs don't look purple enough. Maybe it is a regional thing. I learned from Mennonites which happen to live where I live. We do our pickled eggs with a significant number of beets such that that entire egg white becomes purple. It is a aesthetically pleasing result and the flavor is also very good.

How many beets are you using? Last season I used (per a dozen eggs) two cans of whole beets to even out the mixture, plus a cup of sugar and several cups of vinegar (depends how you want the taste). I notice yours are all-white? Do you use no beets at all? Which is cool, I am just unfamiliar with that. Again. Region. Ah **** it I'll make this a public post in case others want to learn. Here we gooooooo! :)

But yeah. How is your flavor? I can certainly see how the flavor is the same without the beets. But I am simply used to the deep purple coloring, which is ultimately aesthetic. I'd love to learn more!

Everything Else / Re: Been playing around with sprimp lately
« on: August 24, 2021, 06:58:41 pm »

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BLEH! RAGE!! YouTube's "login so we can confirm your age" is a bull**** means of control. They roll it out slow and condition you. Don't be controlled. **** BIG TECH. If you cannot do it without logging in, you should question what they're stealing from you without your permission. Logins are the Mark of the Beast.

Everything Else / Re: Been playing around with sprimp lately
« on: August 24, 2021, 06:57:38 pm »

I did a very large, unending batch of corn tonight. (wish me luck, even the old folks say corn is 50/50 for botulism) But yeah. Last Winter I did pickled/beet eggs and they were delicious. I absolutely love them. They are arguably easier than deviled eggs (even though I like those more) and have no cleanup. Plus they're really really good for you. I knew an old Army guy that swore by beets. Back in the day he was hit by one of his tanks (he was a tank commander) and his femur snapped. But unbeknownst to anyone he ate beets every day for breakfast. About six months into his recover his doctor asked him, and I quote "what the **** are you doing?" And he was unsure at first. The doctor went on to tell him that the repair on his broken femur was months ahead of schedule and when he revealed that he ate beets every day at breakfast all became clear.

Beets are without a doubt an excellent supplementary component to a good diet and allow for your body to reach its maximum potential. Basically Doug Funnie was right.

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Paging David Byrne!!

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