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Your Life Here
« on: May 24, 2013, 09:45:38 AM »
Let's see how far this goes.

Post random stuff from your life and see if anybody cares to read. I'm really curious whether this thread will go anywhere.
Originally I wanted to be an ass and not go first, but it took me like 3 seconds to think of an interesting fact so I'll just go first.



One of our games, Medieval Battlefields, can be played online with other players (you play in turns, it's not real time). I got a cheater report yesterday (which turned out that it wasn't one after all but might be a bug) and when I checked the database today, I also checked the new entries for versions of clients that connect. The current version is 1.6.9 and I have noticed that only 1.6.0, 1.6.8 and 1.6.9 connect. 1.6.0 are only a few players (under 10) out of 87. I can't remember when I added that version logging, must've been a few weeks ago. Now, the interesting thing here is we want to deprecate 1.6.0 as soon as possible as it contains a problematic bug when playing online. I can't remember if it also present in 1.6.8. It's also interesting to see that most current players use Android and iOS seems to be a close 2nd. There are also WinRT clients (basically the one from Win 8 Store).
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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2013, 10:17:41 AM »
I think iOS is second because iphones are for old people and swag fags who don't play games lol. I have an android and honestly I'd never switch! Apple products are over rated lol. I use my phone for way more things than my lame ipad that effectively works as an ebook reader...that has never been used...
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My life is beyond lame at the moment. I missed the deadline for this summer session at a local community college. I was planning on taking pre-cal because I dropped that hoe last semester at my real uni. Now my life consists of weekend bar-be-que's (I don't know how to spell that) and literally doing nothing all day except an occasional script for my game lol.

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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2013, 08:23:07 PM »
If anything, I hope that this thread kinda becomes a "Learn more about me as a person." I'll probably be talking a lot about my childhood.

In fourth grade, a few friends of mine got a couple of soccer balls to kick around during recess. We mainly talked about television shows, video games, or anything pertaining to entertainment. I'm not sure how it started, but we came across this small circle (maybe 20 feet in diameter) lined in the grass and somehow I found inspiration. We invented a game similar to Marbles: each player has a ball that they must use to knock the other players' balls out of the ring. The game turned out to be called 'Smash Ball' (Super Smash Bros. ain't got nothin' on us). Every day, we would always try to get as many soccer balls (or handballs...and I think someone used a basketball), and run to the field to play this new game. Apparently, some kids started wondering where the hell all the balls went and came to us. Some were upset, but a large majority participated in our game. We always had a line of kids waiting to play, which at some point came to be around 15-20 of us. To this day, my friends (many whom I have never seen in years) still reminisce about this. It is definitely one of those moments where I can look back and think I was the spark in something memorable.

The game died the next year, partly because our fifth grade class didn't have a lot of balls. I think we tried playing it a few times, but we all moved on to handball. Sixth grade was four square, which we invented a lot of new rules and "moves" such as "Lightning" (catch the ball and slam it into the other player's court so that it flies vertically in the air) and "Double Bounce" (can't hit the ball until it bounces twice; you are out if it bounces a third time).



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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2013, 09:12:28 PM »
@Zexion: barbecues* lol pre-calc was actually a lot of fun and I can't wait to jump into calculus. It's not too bad that you missed the deadline, just sit back and enjoy your vacation at this point.
@Blizzard: I have yet to purchase the game. That's definitely an interesting predicament. And it could still be a cheater report, since there are people still on 1.6.0 they could be exploiting the bug and purposely not updating.
@KK20: Elementary school was so much fun! Everyone was still practically innocent and everyone were practically friends (hardly any judgment at all). The game sounds like fun honestly. Woulda been cool to play it.

I graduated from high school Sunday, May 19th, 2013. It feels amazing to have finally accomplished this feat. It was a long thirteen years (first year was kindergarten) and to be out is just absolutely wonderful. My life is still pretty chaotic right now because my birthday is coming up (May 27th) and my family wants to throw me two separate parties. Quite frankly I don't see why they don't just combine the two, but for the next couple of weeks I'll be in town and out of town until June 3rd. Afterwards I'm hoping to get back into programming since I have plenty of free time on my hands. (Especially ARC, since it could probably use my help if I can just get started on it. :3)

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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2013, 09:27:49 PM »
@KK20
Omg, childhood. <3 Being the typical hispanic that I am, I was raised playing pokemon games and dueling with yu-gi-oh cards. I was pretty good if there were no rules, which we never played by here. My most prized cards were my dark magician and dark magician girl. lol

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Dude, don't complain :P it means double the gifts! YAY!!!! THE!! Anywho, it's good to see that you will also have more free time. It was an awesome week with just winkio coming back, and now you too :O

You guys, I know that this is wierd, but I lurked on this forum for about a year before I signed up... I felt like I knew all of you (even tuggernuts, whiterose, and sub) The reason I never joined is because of my incredible shyness that obviously goes away after a while lol. It only took around 2 and a half years! :P

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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #5 on: May 24, 2013, 10:05:19 PM »
I think it took me a while to join as well, partly because I didn't have anything to contribute nor had anything to ask. I played around with a lot of the scripts here to build up on my Ruby knowledge.

Elementary school was so much fun! Everyone was still practically innocent and everyone were practically friends (hardly any judgment at all).
Which is probably why I hated the rest of grade school. Our group broke up and went separate ways. I don't think any of us still hang out on a normal basis like we used to. Not to mention, our interests became diverse all of a sudden (except me, I was still the game design and computers guy). I fell into a depressive state and was even assigned therapy every couple of weeks (I didn't know it was therapy at the time nor did anyone else--parents included--know about it). I did make school friends, but it never went anywhere off the campus. Band kept me occupied and diverted my depression. Eventually I just grew up with a stoic personality.

I'm glad high school is over for me. But seriously, the time felt like it just flew by. Any higher education plans?

I was planning on taking pre-cal because I dropped that hoe last semester at my real uni.
I dropped out of Calculus BC (but not without getting an F on my semester report card) in high school, half because of band eating my time, the other half being the teacher's first year teaching it (she originally taught Geometry and Algebra). When I took it again at my community college, I passed both halves (Calculus AC and BC) with A's. I found out last year that my Calculus AC teacher passed away from breast cancer.



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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #6 on: May 24, 2013, 10:59:10 PM »
Any higher education plans?

Yup. I want to get a bachelors in Game Design and Computer Science at Dakota State University located in Madison, South Dakota. Now coming up with the money is going to be the hard part. In fact, it's probably not even a good idea to try and do a double major, but oh well.

I found out last year that my Calculus AC teacher passed away from breast cancer.

How sad. :( My favorite teacher Ms. Jacobi, she is one of the most inspirational teachers I've ever met, not to mention her generosity and kindness is absolutely wonderful. She acted like a mom to fill in the motherless life I've had over the past years.

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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #7 on: May 25, 2013, 04:52:12 AM »
Ok gonna give this a go. Some fun reminiscing happening
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There are definitely those rare teachers that go and above the call for their students. Those teachers I myself have the uptmost of respect and adoration for

But yes, hope you guys don't mind if I change gears and tell ya a small story about moving into a house:
It was a calm night not unlike the ones before. The move was winding down, my roommates and I were settling in finally having a moment's repose. But it was short lived. A knock at my door broke the silence! It was what we had hoped wouldn't be seen, what we feared after finding the signs..... there was a mouse in the kitchen. A quiet night turned into a mouse hunt. We managed to corner it behind the oven. We manned up, I with a spike with which to poke under the oven to scare it out and my roommate with the hockey stick to strike with. Needless to say. We failed. The mice ; they are faster than us, smaller than us, smarter than us... we have only one advantage. We're cheaters with every dirty play in the book. Traps have been set, its mous-aggedon....
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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #8 on: May 25, 2013, 09:24:37 AM »
One the one hand, life is good right now, just graduated, just got a new computer, am turning 21 on Wednesday, and have some time off.  But while this time off was supposed to help me relax and deal with some personal problems, two weeks into it I am still restless and troubled.  I have been in a high stress environment constantly for the past three years, and it is proving difficult to undo the damage that has caused.  Exacerbating this problem is the fact that I am staying at my parents house this summer, which puts me in constant proximity to the two biggest sources of stress in my life.

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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #9 on: May 25, 2013, 11:00:29 AM »
Sure getting a nice diversity of stories here.

@G_G: Extreme best of luck to you. Finding the right education that doesn't become a burden to you in the end is always a difficult process. But you are a strong individual, so I am confident you have and continue to find all the right answers.
@Neoend: Yeah, lol, I don't even know what to say :)
@winkio: I would ask what stress this may be, but I feel this may be going too personal of a level. Regardless, I hope things do turn out better. Damn stress and all them health risks.

Now for another update from the past: I committed sexual harassment (flubba flubba squish squish...I'll let you figure out what that is...) in elementary school and never got expelled/suspended/any serious trouble for it.



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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #10 on: May 25, 2013, 12:01:50 PM »
@gameus: No, the player used v1.6.8+ so ti definitely wasn't a cheat. And the nature of the bug also indicates that it wasn't a cheat.

@Zexion: Lol, oh you. You don't really seem that shy.

@KK20: LOL, awesome!

@winkio: I totally understand you. While I'm ok to see my parents from time to time, living with them in the same house for more than 4 days starts killing me.



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« Reply #11 on: May 25, 2013, 03:57:42 PM »
All right everybody. I'm sorry to present you with this long story, but read away if you're interested! Your choice:

Okay, to start things off, background information on my family: I was born into a relatively large family. By the age of 4, I had two younger brothers, two older brothers and two older sisters. My father was abusive towards my sisters and mother, and by the time I was 7, my mother could finally find the strength to break it off with him and the two were divorced. My early school life seemed pretty normal. I went to one of those strict religious schools, but I got along with the people. Anyway, my siblings and I occasionally stayed with my biological father, but he kept harassing both of my sisters and so my mother tried to separate us from him. Over time, he both threatened her, occasionally broke into the house and did all kinds of crazy stuff. By age 9, my mother found a new partner and they had decided to move to some random town in the middle of nowhere (main reason being: to get away from my biological father).

The next part is where Lobstrosity comes into it: This town is where my mother married my now step-father and everything seemed to be normal again for the rest of my family. I had a terrible primary school life (So, from about age 9 to 13). I didn't have any friends and was constantly bullied by most of the children in my class - a complete change from what my old school was like. Another thing I hated was the education. I really liked being challenged academically, but this town had a bad reputation for having terrible education... So yep, being a young child with all this bullying and no friends, I used to come home and cry pretty much every day. My parents didn't know about this at first, but when they found out, they were constantly contacting teachers to do something about it. The teachers were no help, their ways of fixing it were things like 'sitting in the library with my bully and talking it out with them.' None of it helped, and this continued until high school. So in Year 8 (age 13), I went to a high school with completely different kids and continued to get bullied a lot for my first year - it was actually this year that I joined CP... I believe. By this time, my two oldest siblings had moved back to the city and my other siblings seemed to be having normal school lives. My second year of high school, I started hanging around (though I regret it) a bad group of people. Though I would never participate, they were nasty to others and would do stupid stuff all the time. There's a long story involved here, but to cut it short, I stopped hanging around them because they started making fun of me for not joining in, etc. Anyway, my older sister's friends (18) were dating some of the girls from that group (13-14... pretty messed up), so when she found out that they weren't very nice to me, she started telling her friends and then this whole crazy war began between all these 13 year-olds and 18 year-olds. I tried to stay out of it, but I became targeted by a lot of kids in my year level once again, and by older kids that were friends of my sister. Bullying became pretty bad again, and I had no friends, so my parents were trying to suggest ways of fixing this problem. I suggested that I move up a year level (as I would then be with a different group of people and get more of a challenge from school work). The school allowed it, so I was moved up to Year 10 (the final year level of the school I was at). That was about halfway through the year, and the rest of the year was average. I was still bullied in the yard by Year 9 students but in class, I was all right. There were a few nice people, though I didn't talk to them outside of class.

YEAR 11 (2012). I started at a new school AGAIN, and chose the 'suicide six' as my subjects (Maths A/B, Chemistry, Biology, Physics and English Specialist). I was again in classes with people I didn't know, as they all chose other subjects, so I didn't have anybody to hang around. However, my older brother was repeating this year level and so we were in almost all of the same classes. Now, my older brother is the 'player' kind of guy, and he got around with a lot of women, one of with became pregnant the year before. Despite him being my brother, I absolutely hated being in the same classes as him because he was the charming kind of guy that all the girls obsessed over and all the guys looked up to. Anybody that I began to hang around, eventually ditched me to hang out with him and I was again left alone for most of the year. By this time in my life, I wasn't even upset any more about being alone. A lot of kids would joke about this, calling me a robot because they said it looked like I had no emotion (people continue to say that to me now, even). Academically though, this year was all right. Because of the curriculum for Year 11 & 12 education, the teachers HAD to teach us at the proper level of education. This was a problem at first, because I had none of the assumed knowledge for my maths and science classes, but by the end of the year I was achieving A's and B's. During this year, I also found out a lot about my family. My oldest brother seemed fine, but my other older siblings weren't in the best situation. I found out that my two older sisters had severe psychological issues because of things that happened to them and young ages, so they would often go out and do stupid things. The brother who was now in the same year level as me started hanging around a bad group of people and also did some bad stuff. And this behaviour was even evident in my two younger siblings, who became very aggressive and disrespectful to others.

By the end of that year, my parents decided that they wanted to move again (My step-father, a police officer, wanted to get a better job in another town) so they discussed this with me and how it would affect my schooling. In the end, I decided that I would move back to the city, as it would be better for my education and so early this year I moved in with my grandparents to attend the same school I had gone 7 years prior. The start of my new/old school was... weird. Everybody was really friendly and came up to shake my hand (I'm weird with physical contact, so this was uncomfortable). So for once in my teenage years, I actually got along with people. And despite this year's work load being VERY stressful, I'm glad I'm not being constantly bullied and left out. However, I can't help but feel like I'm the odd one out in my family. I visited my older sister for the first time in over a year recently and she tried to convince me to go out for a drink with her. After declining, she went on about how I 'have to try things first to see if I like them' and how I can't be one of those 'straight-edge' people my whole life. After disagreeing with her, she told me that she was disappointed in me, and she really went into how disappointed she was. This is what got me thinking. It's like she was saying that I wasn't part of the family, and looking at the bad situations my other siblings were in, I started to feel like I wasn't. My mother told me not to think about that and that she was proud of me, etc, etc, but my siblings still always tell me about how boring I am to be around. My brother always makes a comment about me being 'the only successful one in the family', which despite being a compliment also makes me feel like I don't belong.

So this brings us to now. I'm halfway through my schooling, attempting to get into one of the most difficult to get into courses at university next year. So, A LOT of pressure involved in my schooling. Yet I also feel like I don't have a good connexion with the rest of my family, and though I get along with people at school, I still don't participate in any activities outside of school. So I've had a lot of depression issues throughout my childhood and had a terrible time at school yet I always ask myself why I never went to doing stupid things with drugs and alcohol like many others have done - is it because my other siblings had friends who pressured them into this, and because I didn't have friends the same didn't happen to me? Also, I'm not trying to say that I've had the worst life so far - I know that there would be a lot of people who would read this and think that it was nothing. There are a lot of details that I've left out (I didn't want to go too far into the depression that I suffered through the earlier years) but I've always kind of hidden my emotions from everyone else (much like what Winkio has said in one of his recent topics) to the point where (now), nothing really seems to affect me any more. Nobody really knows about my life except for a select few family members, but there you go. Posting this... to the entire forum... It's crazy...

Anyway, thanks for reading... if you did - I don't blame you if you didn't. But if you did, congratulations! I'd like to see your thoughts.

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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #12 on: May 25, 2013, 04:13:59 PM »
Man Lob. I feel for ya. I've hit some bumps in my life, but man you've gone through hell and back. I just want to say I'm proud of you for sticking through it and I'm proud of you for straying away from bad activities that could potentially ruin your life. It's good to see that you're the kind of person who is academically passionate and wants to better his mind and education. It's not often you see people like that (well at least where I live anyways).

It's unfortunate about your dad and your sisters/mother. I really do hate seeing abusive people (note it doesn't always end up being men). I've seen abuse just tear a family apart and ruin everyones life. It's scary. But be proud of yourself. Don't feel like you don't fit in with your family. Instead feel like you rose above all of the bullshit life threw at you. Feel proud and accomplished because you're doing what none of your other siblings could. Avoiding trouble, bettering yourself and your education, and you're putting up with all the negativity in your life without any alcohol, drugs, etc. etc. It's not often you see things like that Lob, you really do need to feel proud of yourself. And I give you last props for sharing your life story with us, I know it had to of been hard, but it makes us feel appreciated as a community.

Hope you stick it through. :3

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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #13 on: May 25, 2013, 04:34:05 PM »
I agree with gameus. It's great that you could get through this so far and avoid some of the really nasty things. Sure, the situation you're in may not be the best, but most of the negativity is outside of you and actually with your family. I've had some tough years in my childhood, too, but it's overshadowed when I read your stuff. In the end it doesn't actually matter so much where you come from and what you've been through. Sure, it may define you to some degree, but you can decide how it defines you. The important thing is that you decide what you want out of life and what kind of person you want to be and then go for it. I know that it's hard for an introvert at first to learn extroversion, but you'll get to it. Take it slowly and don't beat yourself up over it. And this is a really important one, DO NOT BEAT YOURSELF UP OVER IT. Being emotionally closed off is not a nice way to live and it may be hard to open up at first and talk more to people, but you'll eventually get to it. Just first figure out what it is that you want and then take it from there.
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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #14 on: May 25, 2013, 06:30:51 PM »
Ok I finally read it :D
Your life has been extremely hard and yet similar to mine in many aspects. Although my parents are awesome, I am still the only one of my brothers to be successful. There are only two of us though, so it is no doubt easier on me when I don't fit in with them. I suggest you don't let them bother you because in the end, you will make a life for yourself, and they will be struggling because they decided to slack off when they were in school. They can still amount to something, but will probably never be as successful as you. This is what you must think in order to remain "happy".

Personally I have an older brother that has been to jail 4 times under 2 names and a little brother who's a complete mess with his mood swings and drugs. The younger one causes our family so many problems because of it. We've almost sent him to jail willingly because he's a complete ass. He hit my mom and tried choking her...I don't even know what would've happen if I hadn't been there to stop him. On top of that he also attempts to make me look stupid and lame at every chance he gets, and is constantly talking behind my back.

My point is that you can't let the decisions of your siblings influence you. If they want to ruin there life, FINE, just tell them not to get in your way. Also, I can't relate to the school thing at all because I was always the popular one in class and everyone liked me. In fact some people in my brother's grade level would walk up to me during HS and tell me how much of an ass he is and how much cooler I am than him. Sometimes I wouldn't even know who they were o.o

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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #15 on: May 25, 2013, 06:49:35 PM »
I feel like I can't really give much advice due to my inexperience for personally dealing with hardships (everything has been mental for me--I seriously want to know if I have Aspergers or some type of autism). My life is almost too perfect considering the importance of family, nice wealth, and great parents. And this is why I can never seem to really like myself: I have all these things that many are not fortunate to have, yet I cannot seem to appreciate it all that much. When I get older and living on my own, I'll look back and be thankful for what I got. It's good that you are in a better environment. Pretty impressive how well you didn't crumble and succumb to peer pressure.



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« Reply #16 on: May 25, 2013, 08:02:26 PM »
Actually it's quite simple. If you work for something and put effort into it, then you can appreciate the results. That's why it's so hard to appreciate the things we have. We take them for granted, because we either haven't worked for them or they kinda were always there for us.
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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #17 on: June 05, 2013, 12:54:36 AM »
I took and early college course in music appreciation and learned absolutely nothing. It did however, teach me to hate most classical music with unconventionally played instruments. (Try putting nails in between piano strings and playing it x.x PAIN.


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Re: Your Life Here
« Reply #18 on: June 05, 2013, 01:13:30 AM »
YouTube concertbandland--I almost enjoy everything on there. Favorite is, by far, Jupiter by Holst.

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« Reply #19 on: June 06, 2013, 12:22:07 AM »
Well interesting turn of events. Next week I'll be going to my grandma's house which is a state away for the rest of the summer. She's offering my girlfriend and me a 10 dollar an hour job with free rent and food to save up money for a couple of months. (On a side note, my girlfriend currently lives with me, theres a long story behind that, but yes, she's coming to live with me at my grandmas as well).

I also got $2000 as a graduation gift. Within a couple of weeks I'll finally be settled and back to an actual normal schedule. Thank goodness. Which means I'll be able to start programming stuff again. Hopefully. :3 And yes, I'll be bringing all of my belongings with me so I'll have my whole setup down there.