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    Post your pic and see what we all look like.

    This is me and also I'm in my avitar.


    Last edited by badaim; 07-30-2009, 02:27 AM.

  • #2
    Originally posted by badaim View Post
    Post your pic and see what we all look like.
    Thats me on the right.. Tim Willits of id software on the left at Quakecon 2006.
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    • #3
      This is what I'm assuming kimp looks like when he plays quake..

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      • #4


        And one more..


        Edit: I'm obv the Asian dude.
        Last edited by Wolv; 08-15-2009, 02:33 PM.

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        • #5
          this is me bitchez

          [Picture edited out by Baker. Reason = the picture was either scaring small children or the author of the picture said you stoled it and that makes it warez and you a thief! Or something. Actually the author of the picture said something I didn't quite understand but I guess he doesn't want you using the picture; that makes you unpopular! But the author was male, so there is still hope you are popular with the ladies which is better than being popular with the guys ...]
          Last edited by Baker; 09-28-2009, 05:08 AM.

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            Recent pic from this week - I got a new ride.

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            • #7
              This is me at the Oklahoma Zoo in June 2009. It was 105 degrees Fahrenheit outside and the lion statues I was sitting on must have been 140+ HOT HOT HOT!!

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              • #8
                The human thermal pain threshold is 135F. I doubt you would be sitting on that if it as 140... then again, a black piece of cardboard can hit around 90F-100F in Antartica...
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by the_f0qer View Post
                  The human thermal pain threshold is 135F. I doubt you would be sitting on that if it as 140... then again, a black piece of cardboard can hit around 90F-100F in Antartica...
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by the_f0qer View Post
                    The human thermal pain threshold is 135F. I doubt you would be sitting on that if it as 140... then again, a black piece of cardboard can hit around 90F-100F in Antartica...
                    you must not know any welders
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Mindf!3ldzX View Post
                      you must not know any welders
                      lol, so true. You get a piece of slag that pops and goes down your shirt, your gonna wish that smoldering piece of steel is 135F.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Mindf!3ldzX View Post
                        you must not know any welders
                        *I* was VERY big on welding in Metal Shop. Best there is in the Metals II class I was in. Funny how as a novice welder I was never careless enough to get any welding-related injuries...

                        However I picked up the human pain threshold = 135F by watching Survivorman on the Discovery channel, which is somewhat questionable, however a more legitimate source can be found here, which says that in 50% of test subjects, a 3 seconds of exposure to something that is at 45C (113F) will cause pain. No 2 humans are the same, but given this information, Bear Grylls was pretty accurate.

                        So... do you prefer ownt? Or perhaps rape.exe? Maybe even foq.exe?
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by the_f0qer View Post
                          *I* was VERY big on welding in Metal Shop. Best there is in the Metals II class I was in. Funny how as a novice welder I was never careless enough to get any welding-related injuries...

                          However I picked up the human pain threshold = 135F by watching Survivorman on the Discovery channel, which is somewhat questionable, however a more legitimate source can be found here, which says that in 50% of test subjects, a 3 seconds of exposure to something that is at 45C (113F) will cause pain. No 2 humans are the same, but given this information, Bear Grylls was pretty accurate.

                          So... do you prefer ownt? Or perhaps rape.exe? Maybe even foq.exe?
                          Foquer, post a pic...

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Mindf!3ldzX View Post
                            you must not know any welders
                            I'm a welder!
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                            • #15
                              I have a very high threshold for pain, especially heat related burns. The lion statues were very hot and did burn, but that wasn't going to stop me!

                              I also only sat on the lions for a few seconds to take the picture!

                              Lets see some more pics!

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