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Linux Gaming / Multiplayer Dunmer Group
14-01-2018, 16:22:14 PM
lets play morrowind multiplayer together. hardcore RP only. post your char's name and biography if you want to join:

Blaze Flanagan

 Overly-friendly and kind.  He loves vvanderfell so much, he refuses to speak to n'wah unless necessary, and he walks EVERYWHERE, so you can usually see him enjoying a walk with his fellow dunmer all beside him.  He may come off as clingy, but he really just wants to be friends with other dunmer.  He set out to see vvanderfell, vivec, and other tribesmen from all walks and life.  Due to his outgoing nature and the amount of traveling he's done in his life so far, he has an amazing range of connections with other dunmer, from scientists to rich folks to anybody in between.  Because of this, he can get his hands on almost ANYTHING....but usually, the things he's given are forced onto him.  He will never ask for anything, preferring to get them by his own means.  But if they're REALLY insistent, and they usually are, then he has to accept them, so that he doesn't hurt their feelings.

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hey bros, welcome to my driving video review blog. feel free to join me as I rate & review cool driving videos in cities from around the world so you know which vids are hot and which are not.

today's video features vietnam:

this video features someone's morning commute to work on a motorcycle. what particularly struck me upon first viewing was how the close-ranged nature of the cinematography throughout provided an honest & charming look at hanoi's streets and daily life. i was really immersed & invested in this distant city across the world. The sound was excellent as well. there isnt any stupid music so u can enjoy the raw industrial hum of hanoi's morning traffic.

i think what i enjoyed most was how we got to see a diverse range scenery throughout the vid. from upper class gated communities to dingy backalleys to neighbourhoods in the midst of modernization & many more, we get to see the many varied urban landscapes hanoi has to offer.

now ill admit there are some haters in the comments about his driving but i dont know how to drive a motorcycle so who am I to judge?

Overall, i'd have to give this video an 9/10, it sets a good standard for what I think driving videos should be.  :belair:

have any thoughts or comments on the article or vietnam you'd like to add? feel free to let me know in the comments below. don't forget to like & subscribe as well, thanks

# 4
Social/Off-Topic / theres a hole in my pockets
04-09-2016, 07:43:45 AM
how do i fix this
# 5
steam refuses to open
# 6
Feedback/Help / stop scroogling me
01-04-2016, 09:13:25 AM
or else im out of here
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i just discovered this on netflix, its the best reality show ive ever watched. are there any other baking fans on here???
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Social/Off-Topic / good salad
15-02-2016, 10:51:21 AM
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Gaming / wat should i play today
24-01-2016, 10:59:17 AM
dark soles 2, dark soles 1, or homeworld deserts of kayak
# 12
its where the kitchen and toilet are
# 13
whos with me
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Social/Off-Topic / peoples AMA thread
19-12-2015, 21:12:11 PM
hi there, i always thought the traditional AMA format was kind of exclusive, and never gave other people a chance to tell stories and get asked questions.

i decided to get bold and try something new. this thread is a traditional AMA. but with a twist! anyone and everyone is subject of theAMA here!

let's get this baby rolling !
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the vivaldi browser beta is out now @ from the makers of Old Opera

experience :

even though their using the blink engine at least it means all websites are compatible with it

while there are some bugs (its the first beta) it's already the best browser on the market. vivaldi respects its users enough to let them tailor the browser to their own needs. the result? a fantastic web surfing experience for everyone, regardless of your background, gender, ethnicity, or previous web browser experience.

i'll let the story page on their website speak for itself, it's aptly named: "A Browser for Our Friends"

In 1994, two programmers started working on a web browser. The idea was to make a really fast browser, capable of running on limited hardware, keeping in mind that users are individuals with their own requirements and wishes. Opera was born.

Our little piece of software gained traction, our group grew, and we formed a community. We stayed close to our users and our roots. We kept improving our software based on our user feedback, as well as our own ideas on how to make a great browser. We innovated and strove for excellence.

Fast forward to 2015. The browser we once loved has changed its direction. Sadly, it is no longer serving its community of users and contributors — who helped build the browser in the first place.

So we came to a natural conclusion: we must make a new browser. A browser for ourselves and for our friends. A browser that is fast, but also a browser that is rich in functionality, highly flexible and puts the user first. A browser that is made for you.

And so, Vivaldi is born.


what a moving story, Chrome doesnt even come close to providing a great browsing experience like this.

try it out m8s
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