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DrEvil

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    1. Romek
      Romek
      Haha, it was great. Thanks. :D
      Happy New Year to you too!
    2. Romek
      Romek
      Lol, no worries. :D

      I don't know the regular post limit. It's been increased and decreased a few times, so I don't actually know what it stands at now. About 60k, I think.

      Thanks. You too! :D
    3. Romek
      Romek
      Ahh, RE and English Lit were also my worst subjects.
      I've never heard it being referred to as post-16 (We go to 6th-Form around here). :P

      It depends on how serious the interview is. My A-Level College is very laid back, and so I wore a somewhat formal shirt with jeans. Everybody did the same, so no biggie. If it's something more serious (like a formal college, or possibly a job), then wear a suit. Suits are sexy anyway. ;)

      Hmm, I should start a petition to have the VM character limit increased. Not that it'd make any difference anyway. 1000 is usually more than enough. :)
    4. Romek
      Romek
      And yeah, I've heard about the university tuition fees. For a standard 4 year course, most people will leave university with about £52,000 of debt (£9000 for each year, and about £4000 living expenses per year). It's all the more annoying that the government doesn't seem to realize that people don't just get degrees for themselves - it actually benefits society too. We need doctors, dentists, teachers, and well-educated people in general to keep society running. The government should be granting subsidies to those wishing to study at university, rather than increasing tuition fees. It's pretty much the governments job to do the best for society. They're doing all they can to try to discourage the consumption of things that are bad for society (such as tobacco and alcohol) by placing heavy taxes on it, though they seem unable to look at the other extreme and promote things that are good for society. Stupid Liberal Conservatives - It's all about the money. :mad:
    5. Romek
      Romek
      Ouch about English. Just read books and practice essays and stuff, I guess. I've never really studied for English, so it's difficult for me to give you tips about it.

      What exactly is the Post-16? Is it just another name for A-Levels, or is it something else? :P Good luck with that interview though. :)

      (Message was too long for a single VM :P)
    6. Romek
      Romek
      That thread probably wouldn't have done so badly if it wasn't for all the previous threads about medical/family help that people had posted in the past. :P
      Grade D in English? Ouch. :(
      I had an A* in Language and (my only) B in Literature. I should've read the books. :P Ohh, how many GCSEs are you doing?

      I'm also quite interested in programming. I rarely seem to find the time to get some done (C# though). If all goes well, I'll end up studying Computer Science at University. You don't actually need an A-Level in computing to do that though, so I picked something I was interested in instead - Economics (I was already doing Physics and Double Maths as a requirement for Computer Science).
      I'd recommend Physics, in that case for you. :P
    7. Romek
      Romek
      LOL, no worries. :P
      You could take that to the doctors or something, just for a check up if you're really worried. It'll probably just 'fix' itself within a few days or weeks though.

      My tower is making progress... Slowly. I'm not working on it much 'cause I want to revise for exams coming up too. Hopefully I'll make it. :(
      And I'm studying my A-levels now. Double Maths, Physics and Economics. Finally, I'm able to drop English, History and all that boring stuff. A-Levels are hard though. Very hard. But I'll cope. :)

      How're the GCSEs going? Any plans for what you're doing to do after? :)
    8. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      Yes I did. Wc3 was rpg-ish. No fatalities what so ever.... here... I will send you a few of my recent games when u have the game so you can see some pro level action. Fucking amazing.
    9. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      SCII melee is out of this world... it varies on different levels though- when I was in bronze I cloudn't pull of 1/1000 of the things I can do know... It is fucking amazing ^^
    10. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      Pretty well. I desided to brush up on my SCII and play it a bit more seriously. It will be a long journey though- In the beggining of SCII I played a ton. I got really high points, but I haven't played ladder 1v1 for 2-3 months. Now I have like... 800 points of catching up to do. U win ~10-20 per game. U lose 5-10 per game (note: If I have won more, for example 20 points and I loose I will loose more. I win less I loose less)

      So as you can see I have a ton of catching up to do.


      Good news are that u will be on the euro servers so we can play together 2v2 atleast :P
    11. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      wazzaaaaaaaaa ????
    12. Vestras
      Vestras
      Thanks :thup:
    13. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      are you still visiting TH ?
    14. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      soo.... what's up with you recently ?
    15. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      btw, I'd suggest not buying a digital copy if you can.
    16. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      well tell me when you have the game, I will tell you my B.net email and we can start training.
    17. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      Most of the mappers are people who can't make a footman jump, let alone make a map or finish it without having 30958304 fatal errors while loading the map :P


      ANyway, we will play some 1v1, I need to practise my protoss skills, if I am protoss, YOU will most likely kill ME : ))
    18. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      and btw I work in Dell.
    19. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      I won, alright... give me zerg and watch the other one die :D

      Well, the melee is awesome, you have to atleast reach an average level on it because these are the basic game meechanics, without them mapping is shitty (I was good with the wc3 editor cuz I was a melee pro.)

      The match was awesome because I got fucked up by blizzard a coupple of times in the first 10 minutes :D I wanted to rush him, I had to destroy a total of 6K health when an average unit has a dps of 5..... ironic isn't it ? :D
    20. Bloodcount
      Bloodcount
      it is true. Yesterday this is what I did:
      First I played a deathmach against a person via b.net. 2. IT was zerg vs zerg. I have the replay. It was awesome (I think :D:D:D)

      After that it took me 2 hours to change the way that a unit shoots. Guess what. I didn't change it :D:D:

      but the data editor is awesome. You can make uber spells with it that would normally require a lot of triggers and systems. I have a video in skype (a program) but I am at work atm and I can't axes it I will send it to you when i can.

      Btw, do you plan on trying the melee ?
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