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KimitheAwesomesauce

sigh..one piece is amazing~!

10/13/2011 #2,581
Dr. Self Destruct

It's pretty sad that I know the geography of WoW better than my own country, huh.

10/13/2011 #2,582
KimitheAwesomesauce

nah, geography is boring. its more fun in fantasy games cuz they're portals and stuff.

10/13/2011 #2,583
Tekla

Hockey and crocheting. What diverse interests we have.

we're so cool. :D

10/13/2011 #2,584
Dr. Self Destruct

Portal is a good game.

10/13/2011 #2,585
KimitheAwesomesauce

yep~! a mi me gusta dibujar~! i love to draw~! and im good!

10/13/2011 #2,586
Stephanie M. Moore

Geography is brilliant. I'm considering a masters in it. What is more interesting than the way people affect their landscape, and the way those environments affect the development of human societies and cultures?

10/13/2011 #2,587
Dr. Self Destruct

Giant dragons causing a Cataclysm.

10/13/2011 #2,588
Stephanie M. Moore

Portal is a good game

Admission time: Portal is the only "computer game" like that I have ever played. First-person shooter and all that other jargon I don't know. The shooting machines terrified me.

10/13/2011 #2,589
KimitheAwesomesauce

oh i know one! the greeks started off with a trade based economy because the soil was rocky and hard to grow stuff in, so there was no surplus and no agriculturebased economy. and the romans made rome in the center of seven hills for protection.

10/13/2011 #2,590
Dr. Self Destruct

Yeah, I'm not really into first person shooters. I'm more an RPG, action/adventure, puzzle, fighting game type of person.

10/13/2011 #2,591
Stephanie M. Moore

Modern city structures are fascinating, too. The way cities are structured based on their purpose, the way they expand. It's a very relevant problem, too. I don't know your locale, but here in the US, urban sprawl is a major concern. And it puts strains not only on our limited and aging infrastructure, but it also creates some interesting environmental challenges regarding resource allocation and conservation.

Great stuff.

10/13/2011 #2,592
Stephanie M. Moore

I didn't even own a Nintendo as a child. Never done an RPG either... just not something I ever got involved in.

10/13/2011 #2,593
KimitheAwesomesauce

uwah~! headspinss....im only 13...bt i kinda get what youre saying. its that if the cities get too big from overpopulation and destroy the environment it would affect us negatively. And the idk abt the infrastructure, but isnt there this show about a guy who shows how bad it is?

10/13/2011 #2,594
Tekla

but isnt there this show about a guy who shows how bad it is?

life without people? ¯\[°_O]/¯

although that one's really nifty too.

10/13/2011 #2,595
KimitheAwesomesauce

huh? well if u say so~ bt i think theres this show abt how bad american infrastructure is.

10/13/2011 #2,596
Stephanie M. Moore

Probably. Pretty much, a lot of our roads and bridges were built back in the 70s and 80s when things were booming, and since then, we haven't built much. We've only been maintaining and refurbishing the existing structures. And nowadays, they are not as structurally sound as they once were.

It becomes a problem when it is a safety risk.

And in cities like Atlanta and Los Angeles where the highway systems just can't accommodate the volume of cars, it's difficult to expand the system. That's why those cities are notorious for their long commutes. But as cities just grow and grow, there's no plan and so it's unorganized. And the problems continue.

10/13/2011 #2,597
sophiesix

National Geographic is awesome. But sure, geography at school was amazingly dull, considering how interesting it really is. A bit like history sometimes: it so depended on teh teacher. History is in teh real world is fantabulous :D

10/13/2011 #2,598
Stephanie M. Moore

I took Human Geography my senior of high school, and it opened my eyes to the beauty of geography.

10/13/2011 #2,599
KimitheAwesomesauce

only ancient history interests me tho...idky bt i will always fall asleep studying for US history tests. always.

10/13/2011 #2,600
sophiesix

it's scary to see other countries copying a similar model. Dubai's roads are built as if everyone has a ferrari or a helicopter: pedestraians have no chance whatsoever. but, pedestrians still have to get to work, so as fast as they fenced us out of highways, teh fences got bent just enough for people to slip through :)

10/13/2011 #2,601
KimitheAwesomesauce

ooh sounds cool! what did u learn?

10/13/2011 #2,602
Stephanie M. Moore

Sad day.

But pardon me, I'm a complete nerd. I'll enjoy just about any subject.

10/13/2011 #2,603
sophiesix

ooh! virgin! my first in a while! 8D

10/13/2011 #2,604
Stephanie M. Moore

I've heard foreign (particularly Asian and African) countries are generally rough on pedestrians. Fend for yourself.

10/13/2011 #2,605
lookingwest

back again

10/13/2011 #2,606
KimitheAwesomesauce

ooh! virgin! my first in a while! 8D

huh?

and i love science~! my last year science teacher was awesome~! best teacher eva!

10/13/2011 #2,607
lookingwest

Admission time: Portal is the only "computer game" like that I have ever played. First-person shooter and all that other jargon I don't know. The shooting machines terrified me.

I LOVE PORTAL

But +1 it's the only one besides Fable 2 that I've played through entirely.

I played through both Portal and Portal 2. How I love them, so.

10/13/2011 #2,608
Tekla

omg sophie! hi! :D

10/13/2011 #2,609
Stephanie M. Moore

A virgin is the first post on a new page, fyi.

10/13/2011 #2,610
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