Ever wondered why I put those weird things, [G1] after I make a new signature? It's basically a label for myself.
G# = Gift Number (x), where x = the number of gifts I have
N# = Neko Number (x), where x = the number of signatures of neko's I've made.
A# = Anime Number (x), and so on. So now you know.
M will stand for music, or musical subject.
Downside? Cost of the car + insurance.
Ya'll should get together and buy me one and pay for my insurance.
My friend got the following for Christmas:
From his mother:
An orange (The fruit)
A plastic drinking cup
A chocolate bar
From his father:
Guitar tuner (high class 40$ one)
About 20 guitar picks
Some guitar string sets
His mom doesn't know anything about him, and his dad knows everything.
Oh, and I got nothing. I have no family left, lol.
People don't know what kind of encryption to use when setting up their wireless network, so I'll simply put the pluses and minuses here, and you can choose for yourself.
While it's known that senior hackers, and government hackers can get into a 64bit Encryption within 4-10 minutes, it's going to be faster against the 128bit. All the data has half as less protection on it, so it can access your computer faster. It's not secure compared to 128bit.
If you live in a large apartment complex, or around a lot of other people, chances are, one of them is a hacker and knows how to beat your simple 10-hex digit encryption. There is a whole website dedicated to teaching how to do so, link (You wish). They even provide script kiddie programs (script kiddie is a "hacker" who uses other programs that other people made, and claims that he made those programs).
The upside to this, is that most likely, people won't hack your wireless, or even attempt it. It's not a worth while thing. Plus it's a bit faster than 128 encryption
128bit is a lot safer, as it requires more hex-characters to decode, and there are a lot less script-kiddie programs out for this. Although, the fact that it has a higher encryption, means it's going to take a couple more milliseconds for your computer to decode. This is recommended if you live in a large, high traffic area (New York apartment or something).
People who try to hack these, usually are script kiddies who don't know a thing about packet sniffing (the process of copying downloaded information, and decoding it). It's a heck load safer than 64bit, due to the fact that it requires almost three times the hex-characters to decode. 43AC8D4D2258D79BFB6BC32608 versus 5DK29CM65A.
The upside to this, is that it takes about ten times longer to hack than a 64 bit encryption, and is highly recommended for high traffic areas). The downside, is that it takes your computer some extra millisecond to process this.
Didn't read it?
64bit is for rural areas
128bit is for cities.
Also, it seems google knows what I am looking for:
A older friend of mine (who's a women) told me...
"If you're girlfriend is sad or mad, and you ask her whats wrong, and she says nothing, somethings really wrong and you should figure out what. Trust me, it's not nothing. It's something"
Somehow I find this to be a very trustworthy piece of advice.
If anyone has anything else, post 'em, because I need help aswell as every-other-guy
I don't know why people think Alienware is so great.
They base all their products on looks, and you could get the exact same specs for about 1/2 the price.
It's basically paying way too much, for way too little. If you're going to spend 6000$USD on a machine, then get the most you can get. Plus I find them to be ugly, and use quite a bit of power.
I highly dislike when anyone uses "Hai" instead of "Hi" or "Hello"
Why you ask? Because "Hai" is "Yes" in Japanese. I guess people use it because they think it's cute, or because they want to try something different than the norm. I mainly read it like that, because of my horrid abilities in English. I usually have a friend (or two) help me with it, like, reading Sean as seen, instead of Shawn.
It's just something I find really, really annoying.
Edit: LOL: http://runescape.salmoneus.net/forums/inde...howtopic=188105
Whenever I get sick (or extremely tired) I get this strange sensation that everything around me (including me) becomes about 1000 times larger. Everything is either a straight line, or a super curvy/rough line. I open my eyes, and the wall that is in reality, 1 meter away, looks about 20 meters away. Lifting my hand feels like it weighs as much as a car, and I'm lifting it with ease. All edges are either smooth or rough at all times. It's always random. Then I shake my head and everything goes back to normal. Again, this only happens right before I go to sleep, or right after a dream while it's still 2AM and I'm super tired.
On another note, there's a lot of hate, flame wars, and battles going on in here (Hidden to normal members). Someone just please turn it off. kthx.