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  1. Thread: Hugging

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    Re: Hugging

    Being Dutch huggin isn't used here as a greeting, and to be honest, a 'shoulders and head' hug doesn't feel real to me at all, and to be blunt it appears to me as a sort of fake intimacy.
    But as I...
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    Re: New Year's Resolutions Still Going or Not?

    I'm curious now what your ne years resolutions were heh.

    I never have any...
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    Re: not my thing...

    I wouldn't like sales at all, involves too many lies and too many untold or exaggerated truths.

    I like a job that involves getting very precise instructions, and of the type easy to learn, hard...
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    Re: Astoundingly Calm Airline Pilot

    I was already impressed when he turned that beast on the spot before take-off.
    He sure uses every inch of runway, nerves of steel. Guess he had little choice too being well beyond the point of no...
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    Re: Do You Talk Too Much?

    I'm a listener, even when I'm on these forums :P
    I don't talk much, my wife is the same, so we enjoy our quiet evenings after busy days. We make sure the important stuff gets said though. I can be...
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    Re: Stopped smoking after 18 years.

    I stopped 3 years ago and I'm still grumpy, so best of luck :)
    Plus side is breathing and overall fitness improves, though very gradually.
    I also gained 30 pounds the first year, though I didn't...
  7. Re: Conversational Mistakes That Make You Look Dumb

    Actually Snooks, I wouldn't be surprised if he actually enjoyed and appreciated someone talking to him on equal footing and treating him like any other human being instead of putting him on a...
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    Re: Suggestions for getting her to sleep alone?

    Well, the things I did to get my toddler to sleep was first of all to build up a pre-bed routine, and being -very- consistent with it. For us it's always; pyama's on, brush teeth, read bedtime...
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    Re: New to LifeSupporters

    Hello Rosie, welcome to the forums! Just have a look around, there's lots of forum catagories around, so I'm sure there's something of your taste where you feel you can chime in. With as mentioned...
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    Re: What gaming systems do you have?

    I've got a 6 year old pc, and do most my gaming on my xbox. I've also got a few ancient gaming systems called board games. I guess as long as my pc doesn't break down and needs replacement I'll stick...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    I think a sidekick can carry like 200 from what I read on the forums.
    As for the vampirism, doesn't it show up under the magic -> effects menu? (where you also can see active diseases and blessings...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Yes the game is awesome, you can really tell all the terrain is hand made as opposed to the autogenerated terrain from oblivion. Things look much more beautiful, and more logical, with caves actually...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Hahaha, I've seen people post on the bethesda forums they have played 40 hours, and STILL feel like they only have scratched the surface.

    Make sure to save regularly though, the open world game...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Ok, the game has been officially released, and my blog is taking off like crazy?
    I just was checking stats, and I've had near 400 pageviews in the past 4 hours. Especially dropping a link in the...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Well, no time for a review here :P

    today all reviews have come in, and metacritics shows an average score of 95 out of 100 (of 35 reviews), making it the best scoring game ever for xbox and pc,...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Yeah, appearantly one shop, either free record shop or game mania, started to release early, and all the other shops followed in order not to miss out on any revenue. I didn't mind though :)
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Well, got the game early. Hurray for Dutch shopkeepers trampling all over supposedly releasedates.

    And I like it, it looks good, even on the xbox. Lots of writing to do for the blog, but won't...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    He actually started playing driving games on my xbox over 6 months ago already. I'm afraid he'll be handing my butt to me way sooner then I imagined :ashamed:
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Yeah, I've seen it, it has been on my hard drive for two weeks already, heh, just like all video's bethesda has released.
    I've got my son nagging at me all day saying: daddy, can we see the dragon...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    I'm pretty sure Duke wouldn't mind hahaha :lol:
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Well, I don't even have word installed. But the online thing works fine, just a matter of paste, check and paste back. Cloudspellchecking FTW!

    The cooking thing is ok, as long as you help me...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Well, the google spellchecker is on the blogger editor too, but it's being a bit too pro-active by checking the spelling for dutch language while I'm typing in english, and since I'm not planning on...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Thank you :) The font is called 'Calligraffitti' (with font set to large and bold)


    Yes, I'd better start doing that from now on. Got no word processors installed at the moment, but found a good...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Ah thanks for the spelling tips, I often get so preoccupied with the story I'm writing that the spelling suffers at times.
    The blogpost editor has a spelling check, but it doesn't seem to do much......
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    Re: Your most exotic food

    The most exotic thing I ever ate was a glass christmasball...
    I know, that's technically no food :lol:

    The most exotic food I ever ate would be ox tongue then.
    Can't really remember what it...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    I hope you've got some spare time:

    30 hours of main quest
    300 hours of side quests
    130+ dungeons (each 15 minutes upto 2 hours to explore)
    100+ camps, lairs and altars

    That's a lot to...
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Hey Mondo, good to see you back around here :D
    BF3, could have guessed :P
    I heard it had a pretty rough start, did things get fixed a bit already?
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    Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Thanks!

    What was your first impression of the blog page?
    I'm always open for some constructive critisism :)
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    The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Well, I just started a new game blog for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, a game I will definately get when it comes out 11/11/11.
    You can find it at Shilka's Skyrim blog , feel free to check it out :)
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    Re: What would you do in this scenario?

    I don't have any problems telling whoever about it, friend or complete strangers. A few days ago I told a store clerk his zipper was undone, and just before that a girl I didn't know at all at the...
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    Humor in a museum

    Humor in a museum, it's a rare thing, but it does exist :)

    http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/4769/4b7d172fmuseumhumor.jpg
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    Re: Lifesupporters in 2012

    I really like it Duke, it has a crisp and up to date modern look, without looking cluttered or anything.
    I just hope for you that setting the whole thing up will be relatively problem free. :)
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    Re: Lifesupporters in 2012

    I think Duke enjoys it in a masochist sort of way :lol:
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    Re: Lifesupporters in 2012

    I like the overall look, but the header picture eats up like a quarter of the available space and seems too large for my taste. I know it will scroll out of sight, but I feel it's still a bit too...
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    Re: Illness Kiss-Off

    Thanks for the link Luba.

    Yes, it's hard to draw conclusions from statistics, especially as in this case there was no reasearch of possible causes nor comparison with control groups.

    Ofcourse...
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    Re: Illness Kiss-Off

    I think subjects like this really need a lot more info to be able to judge about. It's already 'dangerous' to start out with discriminating between groups to start with. You will also find...
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    Re: Pros and Cons on Flu Shots

    Just to clarify, an influenza (flu) shot contains a mix of several influenza virusses (in low and/or weakened dosage), causing the body to produce antibodies against those particular strains of flu...
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    Re: I Freaked Out - How Dumb Was I?

    Ha! I'm glad things worked out, and well improvised with the tyre fitting machines, just shows you are an asset to your company, at least that's what any good boss should recognize after the 3 other...
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    Re: What are you up to?

    Yeah, it has been a lousy summer, hasn't it, at least weatherwise (though the temperatures weren't even that bad).
    My painting spree has lasted 2 and a half weeks already, alternating between...
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    Re: What are you up to?

    I'm still in my homepainting spree... Tomorrow I need to tear off the wallpaper in the livingroom and prepare for painting the ceiling the day after... After that I'll probably use wallpaint instead...
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    Re: What are you up to?

    Painting.... the house.
    Finished my sons (new, we changed his around) bedroom, half finished with the stairwell, kitchen is up today, livingroom needs to be done completely too. It's really a hassle...
  42. Thread: From Dust

    by NoTargeT
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    Re: From Dust

    I just finished assassins creed brotherhood singleplayer myself, and still playing some dirt 3 on and off.
    I read Arma2 has become free to play, unfortunately my very aging pc probably can't handle...
  43. Thread: From Dust

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    Re: From Dust

    Well, the From Dust website has finally gone life, feel free to check it out: From Dust | Official Website | News, info, videos & screenshots

    XboxLiveArcade release is planned for the 27th this...
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    Re: Search Engine Ratings

    I'm using google analitics Google Analytics | Official Website for my blog.

    It needs (free) registering and installing a few lines of code on your website, but from the day it starts working it...
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    Re: Mind over matter

    This, yes.
    I'm having the same thing, and it kind of feels good too.
    I definately feel I can overrule the feeling when setting my mind to it, simply because I sometimes have no other choice, like...
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    Re: The Difference in Men/Women's Wiring

    I think the key lies in accepting each others flaws. With my wife, I don't even see them as flaws, I see them as what makes her a personality, what makes her her. Somehow, without flaws it would feel...
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    Re: Happy Birthday Lifesupporters!

    There's few privately owned websites that last this long, and you've earned my respect with this one a long time ago Duke. This includes the exceptional staff you have. Congrats to all of you!
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    Re: A New Way of Making Steak

    I don't think it's revolting. It's poop converted into meat, it's not like they take a turd and shape it in the shape of a t-bone steak and cook it.

    Vegetables are grown with the help of poop...
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    Re: Your Fairy Name

    My fairy name is Apple Icesplatter

    He protects the vulnerable and brings justice to the wronged.
    He lives in high places where the clouds meet the earth.
    He is only seen when the bees swarm and...
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    Re: Lifesupporters Racing 2011

    Just read that codemasters got hacked 7 days ago and account info got stolen, including any info linked to the dirt 3 vip pass for online play (similar to what happend with the sony hack, except no...
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