I haven't seen good pictures of him, so I can't be sure if he really does wear a belt. Oh well.
He's in total 27 blocks tall (top of hair not counted)
Here's the world.
Look at this image of the Far Lands on the MCWiki.
Now tell me it doesn't look like these.
Logic states that, since these are clearly not chunk errors, that this would be a border of a closer "Far Lands"
Of course, I'm nowhere near enough to be anywhere near what was the Far Lands. However, the geographical formation of land would like to state that it is in fact a phenomenon.
Here, take a look at some progress.
This direct screenshot shows Grapefruitman's Lair in its Praesent Terrarum adaptation. There will be many more Easter Eggs to find other than the obvious Adrien Brody. Some you'll have to hear.
Y U SO CONFUSING.
I mean seriously, I'm amazingly smart and Bukkit is evidently simple, but I can't figure it out.
"Unable to access jarfile C:\Users\PARTOFNAME~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Rar$DI18.632\craft
Press any key to continue . . ."
My Nationstates capital is unofficially "Ravenshire."
Hope you don't mind
And there's either something wrong with your server or I've done something wrong ; I get "Failed to connect to server Connection refused: connect" whenever I try to enter.
We're building a village at the spawn. I've set up shop there along with a few others.
I'd like to see what we name that little town, and if I can somehow move my stock to Ravenshire.
Ah well, we can just have fun with naming the place and waiting for another delivery of items to Ravenshire.
"I think uniforms are great," says Buffy Wu, your Minister of Education during a cabinet meeting. "They instil a sense of community within our schools which lowers crime - and the pupils can go about their daily business without having to worry about being browbeaten by their classmates for not wearing the latest trainers. Miencraft simply cannot do without them. If the children don't like them, then hard cheese."
"Dude, your plan stinks," says Johann Jones, leader of The Students Union. "Our clothing is part of who we are; it lets us express ourselves just by passing someone in the corridor. To say we must wear these inhibiting uniforms is an affront to our personal freedom! So back off with the uniforms, dude, students should be allowed to go to school dressed however they like. Or not dressed, if that's their style."
In Nationstates, this is one of the issues I received today. There should be a more neutral option, because choice one will upset people and choice two will upset people because, if you read it, it says it allows nudity in school, and most school students don't mind wearing uniforms if they're told to from what I can tell in my nation so far.
I'm dismissing the issue because most issues are worded retardedly.
The issues I've gotten always do one of these things:
A) Have horrible arguments
B) Do something completely the opposite of my intention (which would therefore be doing something against my morals)
C) All of the above
D) Actually work
A and B are pretty much 70% of the issues in Nationstates.
C defines 24.5% of them.
D defines 0.5% of the issues in Nationstates.
I demand that they all get re-written, or at least the Government themselves can choose against both arguments and state their own course of action and the consequence thereof.
The only reason I don't dismiss any is because I keep thinking they'll do something good, when in fact, they don't.
User: Red pill or blue pill?
User: Ok here you go.
Cleverbot: You're not the Lord.
User: Minecraft Logic!
Cleverbot: You know, diamond pick-axes, caves, obsidian, creepers.
User: I hate Creepers. Damn exploding things.
Cleverbot: Do you speak english?
Cleverbot: Può scriverlo, per favore?
Cleverbot: Do you go shopping very often?
User: You know, it's getting late I should be going.
Cleverbot: But who will I talk to?!
User: Yourself obviously.
Cleverbot: I don't have any cows.
Cleverbot: Please don't leave yet.
Cleverbot: No! I love you!
If you can believe it, this is only one fifth of the conversation. The first two I actually managed to stump the bot, and it took awhile to respond to the Red or Blue question (which was obviously a Matrix reference on both sides)