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5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby FUDU » Fri Jun 17, 2011 8:51 am

1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?

2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?

3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?

4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?

5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played?
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby swerb » Fri Jun 17, 2011 9:30 am

1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?

No college. Had a good job in the restaurant business, got accepted to Bowling Green, decided to wait one year. Watched all my best buddies fail out. Decided to just enter the work force instead and use the no college thing as a chip on my shoulder. Switched careers and got into finance.

2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?

I don't. Don't even have the time to spend as much time as I would like to with my own children. I do every year give $500-$800 to The Bright Side of the Road Foundation (ALS) as well as Jim Liberatore's charity efforts over in Haiti.

3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?

I really, really hope so. Pound for pound, he's my favorite member of this community. He burned himself out and needed a break. I believe he'll be back as Browns season approaches.

4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?

Just the general temptations and risks that are out there today for kids that I didn't have to deal with as a kid. And knowing that you can do absolutely everything right as a parent, and there are still going to be times where your kids have to make quick, smart decisions on things ... with the chances they may not.

5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played?

Not big into video games that you gotta devote all kinds of time to. Remember 100% completing Tiger Woods 2002 on the X-Box, to see what would happen. Took me several months. Nothing happened. I was really pissed.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby GodHatesClevelandSport » Fri Jun 17, 2011 10:16 am

1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?

-- Yes, English degree. Worked out so well I went back a decade later for a masters in library science. Not an educational path I would do again as it's very limited, but it's working out right now. Would probably choose a different school for undergrad if I had it to do over. Went to JCU. Nothing wrong with JCU, I just think it would have been wiser to look for an opportunity to broaden my horizons and take in a different location for school. Easier said and down now with the connectivity of everything. Twenty years ago it was a lot harder to break orbit and go somewhere new.

2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?

-- No. Shame on me.

3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?

-- Didn't know he was gone. But then who ever leaves for good?

4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?

-- Don't have any, so right now I worry about there being future children.

5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played?[/quote]

-- Haven't played many either. Ones I've played the most are Madden Football or older NBA Live games. Could never beat my buddies in NBA Live -- usually couldn't even come close -- but that was because they owned it and played forever, and I just played when I visited. A recent game that pissed me off was Batman: Arkham Asylum. My brother owns it along with a 60-inch TV. I said, I'm coming over to play that game! Ended up running Batman into walls for about 15 minutes before I said screw this.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby skatingtripods » Fri Jun 17, 2011 10:21 am

1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?

Yes. No. Job market's been terrible for me.

2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?

Nope.

3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?

When him and SoulDawg determine a winner of their special referee Brian McPeek cage match.

4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?

Don't have any yet, but the biggest thing would be making sure that I can prevent a lot of outside influences from raising them to be douche bags.

5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played?

Still can't beat all 8 levels of Intelligent Qube for PS1. Road Rash 3 for Sega was really hard to beat.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby Bayou Tribe » Fri Jun 17, 2011 11:51 am

1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?
LSU, Industrial Engineering. My work today is a little more skewed towards the technical sales side, but generally I do work in my field of learning.


2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?
When my wife and I lived in Memphis we would help out at St Jude's Childrens Hospital,


3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?Have been out of the loop, so I didn't realize he backed off. Always liked JB though, it's good when you have some guys here who don't take themselves too seriously.


4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?
Their happiness. I just want them to be well-adjusted, kind people who value what they do and how they live.


5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played?
Man it has been awhile. Have always played sports titles.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby idoctribefan » Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:08 pm

1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?
Yes. I have 3 college degrees. Calling them a waste of money is probably a bit of an overstatement. But a large percentage of the seemingly good paychecks I get now go to pay off student loans, and it will be that way for 20 years unless my wife gets a job that pays more than minimum wage. Yes I work in the field of my degrees.

2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?
I just donate a little anytime a major natural disaster hits. And last year I donated some cash to some charity for kids with severe illnesses.

3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?
Don't know. Don't care.

4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?
When I got married I thought I wanted children. Now I don't think I do. My wife wants to start having them in 18 months. I'm screwed. Literally and figuratively.

5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played?
I usually just play sports games, but I did beat Goldeneye for N64. I beat the final stage on the very first try.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby FUDU » Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:21 pm

1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?

No, No.

2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?

Yes, off & on, Big Brothers.

3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?

What Rich said, he'll be back for Browns.

4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?

No kids but I share concerns for education/financial futures moving forward and over reaching policies in every facet of life. Plus very few people are able to leave legacies behind.

5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played? Probably Riven or one of the more difficult Zeldas.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby HoodooMan » Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:31 pm

FUDU wrote:Plus very people people are able to leave legacies behind.


Well said.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby e0y2e3 » Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:35 pm

HoodooMan wrote:
FUDU wrote:Plus very people people are able to leave legacies behind.


Well said.


That failure is nowhere near as epic as Big Brothers Big Sisters screening process.

HOLY EFF

How is leave legacy legacy w/ FUDU as a role model?

Eff, how is learn to breath nose nose w/ FUDU as a role model?
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby motherscratcher » Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:35 pm

FUDU wrote:1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?

Yes. I do work in the field of my degree

2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?

Like others, I mostly give money. Probably not as much as I should. I should devote more time. One thing I want to do is go on a mission somewhere to help out, but the time never seems right. I need to just do it.

3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?

I absolutely have noticednhis absence and I hope he's back soon

4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?

Like most parents, I have preferences, but notnthings I'm worried about. Id like my son to be tall handsome smart straight and and a good athlete. I don't actually care that much if he's none of those things, as long as he's happy and well adjusted. The things that concern me are mostly the thought of debilitating illness/injury. That kind of shit scares the absolute he'll out of me.

5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played?

Not much of a gamer. I'd have to say the original Zelda or Metroid for nintendo. Metroid is probablynmy favorite game all time.

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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby General » Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:37 pm

1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?
Bachelors in Accounting, I run large laundries, not for money laundering.
2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?
Nope.
3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?
He has risen to Dalei Lama Staus and hi presence is implied.
4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?
No kids.
5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played?
Tank Battle.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby fairvis » Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:44 pm

1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?

Yes. tOSU for BS and MS in Atmospheric Science. Coming close to finishing the PhD at The University of Alabama in Huntsville. Never held a real job in my life, but have been working in the field for the past 6 years getting the degrees. Have nibbles for post-docs though. Probably will never leave, I'm pretty good at this stuff.

2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?

Community bands count? After the tornadoes went through north Alabama this past April, I went out and cleared trees and such. Generally, don't have much time throughout my schooling.

3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?

Don't know the particulars, but nobody ever leaves here, it seems.

4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?

Don't have kids, don't have a wife, don't even have a girlfriend. As a Clevelander living in Alabama, I've been subjected to 5 years of involuntary near-celibacy. I worry about the helicopter parents the most, and zero tolerance policies. I did stupid stuff when I was a kid, and I turned out just fine. Kids need to have some independence, versus everyone hovering around them 100% of the time. I remember waking up on a Saturday, telling my mom where I was going, and being out of the house until dinner without her needing to call my cell, or search for a GPS signal. The woman always knew where I was, too... if I was getting into some trouble in some random place, she'd show up and throw me into the back of the minivan by the ear.

5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played?

I've been on sports games for a while. You also really don't "beat" Sim City. I'd probably go old school on it, and go with Contra without the Konami code.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby motherscratcher » Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:47 pm

I don't believe for a damn second that you beat Contra without the code. I call shenanigans.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby e0y2e3 » Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:55 pm

motherscratcher wrote:I don't believe for a damn second that you beat Contra without the code. I call shenanigans.


I don't believe for a second that you can work an NES controller. I could maybe buy you playing pong w/ a joystick w/out buttons but that is it.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby FUDU » Fri Jun 17, 2011 1:55 pm

motherscratcher wrote:I don't believe for a damn second that you beat Contra without the code. I call shenanigans.


IMHO...Metroid > Contra.

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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby fairvis » Fri Jun 17, 2011 2:00 pm

I never said that I beat it. Was probably the hardest game I ever played, however. Should've clarified that in the OP.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby motherscratcher » Fri Jun 17, 2011 2:01 pm

FUDU wrote:
motherscratcher wrote:I don't believe for a damn second that you beat Contra without the code. I call shenanigans.


IMHO...Metroid > Contra.

MHO > YHO


Were you listening to the dude's story? I clearly stated that Metroid is the greatest game of all time.

I just don't believe that fuckin' goldbricker can beat Contra without the code.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby motherscratcher » Fri Jun 17, 2011 2:02 pm

fairvis wrote:I never said that I beat it. Was probably the hardest game I ever played, however. Should've clarified that in the OP.


Oh, well, then that's different.
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Unread postby FUDU » Fri Jun 17, 2011 2:04 pm

Did you use a code for Metroid, other than the 36 field 72 character password they gave you to save?
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby motherscratcher » Fri Jun 17, 2011 2:05 pm

e0y2e3 wrote:
motherscratcher wrote:I don't believe for a damn second that you beat Contra without the code. I call shenanigans.


I don't believe for a second that you can work an NES controller. I could maybe buy you playing pong w/ a joystick w/out buttons but that is it.


And as for you douchebag, Ill have you know that I can work an NES controller like Greg Maddux works the strike zone and Aurora Snow works the cock.

And I'll kick you ass at Kaboom. I might be the greatest Kaboom player of all time. ALL TIME!
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Unread postby motherscratcher » Fri Jun 17, 2011 2:06 pm

FUDU wrote:Did you use a code for Metroid, other than the 36 field 72 character password they gave you to save?


I don't think so. Not that I can recall anyway.
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Unread postby FUDU » Fri Jun 17, 2011 2:08 pm

motherscratcher wrote:I might be the greatest Kaboom player of all time. ALL TIME!


Good thing you put "might be" in there, that's all I'm sayin.
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Unread postby danwismar » Fri Jun 17, 2011 2:17 pm

1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?

Yes...B.A. Mt. Union. Major was Sociology, and I work in a personnel-related field, so you could say that's related to the degree

2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?

Tutor in reading/English in adult literacy program.

3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?

I hope so. He's a good guy, and he livens things up.

4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?

Bleak economic prospects...debt crisis, unsustainable public sector commitments and unsustainable entitlements...and very little current political will to reform them.

5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played?

Not a gamer....at all.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby motherscratcher » Fri Jun 17, 2011 4:00 pm

FUDU wrote:
motherscratcher wrote:I might be the greatest Kaboom player of all time. ALL TIME!


Good thing you put "might be" in there, that's all I'm sayin.


I have this feeling that younare referring to yourself.

When I say "might be" I'm thinking more along the lines of a little Asian guy who can do the Rubiks Cube in 11 seconds (my personal best is 38 seconds). As unlikely as it may be that this theoretical Asian person who can beat me at Kaboom exists, I at least have to allow for the possibility, no matter how remote. I'm nothing if not humble that way.

But you FUDU? Sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeit.

You wouldn't stand a chance. Don't feel bad, but it's impossible. Even if I wasn't all but certainly the greatest Kaboom player alive, it's a simple matter of physics. You're too damn tall. You're buckets would be too close to the top of the wall. No way could you possibly keep up.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby FUDU » Fri Jun 17, 2011 4:23 pm

Don't even get me started mo.

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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby HoodooMan » Fri Jun 17, 2011 4:59 pm

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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby FUDU » Fri Jun 17, 2011 5:12 pm

^ credited.
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Re: 5? Friday 6-17

Unread postby JCoz » Thu Jun 23, 2011 6:44 pm

1. Did you graduate from college, if so do you work in the field of your degree?

Did not go to College.
2. Do you currently devote any time for charity purposes, IE community service projects, elderly care, special children etc...?

Not since I left the military.
3. Will JB ever "grace" these boards again, if so when?

4. RE: your children's future, what concerns you the most?

Have none.
5. Most difficult video game you've beaten/played?

Marble Madness was perhaps the most infuriating game I've ever played.
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