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#1 ice_radon
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Howdy. Checking in. Anyone have any big plans for their Sunday?

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#2 ice_radon
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Yes, definitely, but I think my musical choices have aged more gracefully since I was into a lot of classic rock, 80's, and even 90's grunge and alternative, etc., but also, I wasn't into bands like Marcy Playground or I guess around college age, Yellowcard, which were kind of one-hit wonders.

Still looking for new music today which is cool and haven't really dug down and settled into listening to the same 20 artists.

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#3 ice_radon
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@sakaixx said:

I missed the Union feature. I have a really great union (horror club or whatever its called, and Persona lover) that I used to come by and post stuff there. Also logged in checked out events because of those stupid emblems, how the heck some people have so many.

I think unions kind of also killed this place because it split off so many of the people who used to post in the main forums into their own communities. They were cool because you could get a group of people together that was interested in a very specific set of games, or topics, but also seems like it splintered the group off.

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@bgres077 said:

Store brand rising crust are on par with DiGiorno at a fraction of the cost. Aldi's has excellent (not frozen) take and bake pizza's.

Those Aldi's (not frozen) large take and bake pizzas are actually not too bad, for the price and size.

That Screamin Sicilian is pretty good too if you are looking for a frozen pizza that is definitely decent quality.

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#5  Edited By ice_radon
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Typically use Opera and Firefox. I switched to Chrome when Firefox had just the worst memory leaks for years back in 2008/2009. Then, Chrome just got too overbearing and a resource hog in the last few years.

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#6  Edited By ice_radon
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@SolidSnake35 said:
@horgen said:
@SolidSnake35 said:

Nope. Haven't done that since high school. I wouldn't know what to do now.

To bad. You must be done with university/college now. What are you up to these days?

Was done 7 years ago! I teach in China.

Hey Solid!

Man, it is crazy seeing some old names here, and that so much time has gone by. Seems like long gone are the days of old. I remember playing Yahoo Pool with Alex N at like 1am. I mean there was so much traffic here we had weekly tournaments on the forums / unions when XBL and Playstation Online came out that people would have to wait until the next sign-up to get into because they were always full!

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@jaydan said:

Because you can? Also trunk closest to the house is convenient. My car has 360 degree cameras that give me view around my entire car - so parking, pulling into reverse is never a hassle.

Yeah, I have also seen people with kids do it to get them out of the backseats with how the doors open. Then they just have to pull the carseat out of the door instead of trying to wrangle around the door.

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#8 ice_radon
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MadTV was a cool alternative. Not sure if they had the quality that SNL did (and even SNL had its peaks and luls), but they definitely pushed the boundaries and had some funny moments. I am not a superfan of MadTV, but it seems like they struggled for new skits and characters at times. But I can't blame them with SNL having how many times the budget MadTV had.

If you liked 90's comedy, MadTV definitely should be checked out as well as In Living Color.

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#9  Edited By ice_radon
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Yeah, a little bit. It wasn't my main jam, but it was a great way to discover a lot of new music, get interviews and such in a video format. It was crazy just how groundbreaking it felt. Even lot of their shows like Bevis and Butthead, Daria, Celebrity Death Match, and even Real World broke new ground targeting teens and young adults. Haven't watched in years though, I know it has definitely changed, but it seems like it was still popular with the kids 5-10 years ago when everyone was talking about all their reality shows and such.

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#10 ice_radon
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Roasted tomatoes, zucchini and a little bit of grilled chicken breast on the side. Veggies were the main dish, especially since they were out of our garden and super favorable.