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News and Updates / Re: Where We Go From Here
« on: September 08, 2012, 03:08:32 am »
Just as planned.

Competition Central / Re: The Random .giz Topic
« on: June 22, 2009, 02:43:15 am »
Was doing a random run and got a very odd glitch in AIZ2 o_O can anyone tell me what it is? It happens right after I beat the boss.

Also the run is much longer, ignore that tho :P (also I noticed I dated it wrong, I recorded it today, the 22nd, not the 21st)

Movie desyncs at ICZ, but before that everything is fine.

« on: May 05, 2009, 03:11:15 pm »
Windows 7 is the best soda ever made.

News and Updates / Re: Introducing...TSC Gold!
« on: April 01, 2009, 01:49:03 am »
I'll wait for TSC Crystal so I can see my Pokémon animated.

Wikkity! / Re: The music maker (is leaving after last post).
« on: March 16, 2009, 10:18:29 am »
I'd have to agree with Stefan.

You seem to have good potential with this, as it certainly is creative, but in the end this rendition simply sounds too noisy. Keep working at it!

Wikkity! / Re: Post your voice!
« on: February 24, 2009, 10:41:58 am »
EDIT: Also I didn't notice that the first post gives a suggestion paragraph so I recorded that too:

Me reading the TSC orientation (the first part anyway). I the only one who has been pronouncing Bertin like "Bear+tin" (not because they call you a bear >_>). Rolken always makes fun of me for that <_<
Yes. I say it as Bert-in, like Bert 'n' Ernie.

Competition Central / Re: The Random .giz Topic
« on: January 17, 2009, 11:45:07 am »
I'm surprised no one posted this yet (RPG).

In this video, for Sonic 1 Rev00, a level object and a shield box respawn in Labyrinth 3, during a run by RPG for an emerald challenge we were discussing. Yes, he gets the same shield twice. Later, a shield box disappears without being opened. It's pretty ... well, epic really.

Competition Central / Re: About Sonic Unleashed...
« on: January 17, 2009, 11:26:41 am »
"Dr. Robotnik has created many diabolical traps which take advantage of Sonic's ultra-fast speed. Watch out for traps that Sonic cannot escape. If you fall into the wrong trap, you might have to reset the game (by pressing the RESET button) and start again at the beginning of the Zone you were last in. When Sonic is flashing (after being hit) don't let him travel too quickly."
--Sonic 3 manual, page 27

Going thru walls was totally intended.

Beef / Re: Star Force
« on: January 12, 2009, 09:53:05 pm »
I tried to fix a chart for Xtreme 2 and everything broke. So like, I really don't know how to do it, or, it's all broken. List at least 5 people who play and I'll seriously consider learning how to do it properly or else there's not much point... heh

Competition Central / Re: I know we already discussed this but...
« on: December 27, 2008, 12:11:57 am »
So yeah, I'm for it. Anyone else have any input? Like I said, I volunteer to spend the time to make the charts if we decide to add it. I play it, so I know all the divisions and whatnot well.

Competition Central / Re: I know we already discussed this but...
« on: December 26, 2008, 05:50:39 pm »
As a player of the DS version I'd be willing to do the charts if it was approved. The game consists mostly of minigames, but, I know many have asked before.

So yeah, I'd like to see that list.

Beef / Re: Star Force
« on: December 24, 2008, 01:35:39 am »
I'm on the case!

Also I talked about this before in the chatroom but thought I'd reiterate it here: I am for banning the scores altogether. Basically there are 2 courses of action:

a) Putting a time limit on the scores. I see this as arbitrary, and will only make people race towards the end and then wait until the time limit is up doing this trick.

b) Remove the scores altogether.

Notice how either option requires the extant scores to be removed. So, may as well just choose B.

News and Updates / Re: Poll: The Rankings And You!
« on: September 16, 2008, 01:08:55 am »
Also, for the unaware, we voted to remove rings in 2004 but never acted on it, so precedent exists for such action.

I am slowly starting to agree with this, even if precedent is moot. Rings should at the very least be weighed less.

News and Updates / Re: Sonic 2 HD tech demo released
« on: September 15, 2008, 11:49:29 pm »
I posted a pic with you in the channel, and there's one in Rolken's sentence XD.

News and Updates / Re: Poll: The Rankings And You!
« on: September 15, 2008, 09:03:17 pm »
I prefer arbitrary decisions based on the current state of that submission. I don't think removing them all is the best personally, but I'll have to see what others think heh.

Like, Heroes scores were a clear example of something that absolutely needed to be done. There are a few other isolated cases that come to mind, but those fall under arbitrary.

*Mr. Burns hands* Perhaps Rings and Scores should be a freestyle thing, with a medal system rewarding you for doing certain ones. And removing all the broken ones.

Edit: This is for srs.

« on: July 12, 2008, 02:47:18 am »
The Sonic Center maybe? The one we BLATANTLY STOLE THE NAME from? :P

Wikkity! / MK's excellent adventure.
« on: June 07, 2008, 02:15:53 pm »
The following is an epic tale of anxiety at the hands of MK, told from his point of view. Written down at about 13:30 to 14:20 on 2008/06/07

Last night, I was doing my normal thing: talking to my friends and looking up random stuff on the internet. NGG linked me to a youtube video about a game called "Sonic Nexus" [[[deja vu]]] and I looked up the article on the Sonic Retro wiki, about to tell him it's for MMF. Then, windows start changing, as if someone were clicking the taskbar.

In an IM window, chatting to a girl who was talking about her weight, the following words begin typing themselves at human pace: "your so skinnyy". It sent.

I freak the fuck out and turn off my modem. My computer had a virus. Now, next to Linux, my OS is bulletproof, as of the day before. I'm not saying its invincible, but I have good security and I don't run anything I don't know personally. So, this made me think it was a fundamental exploit somewhere.

I call JTE, on the phone, and forget how much of a child he sounds like, but he's genuinely helpful and whatnot. I have him look for any pages I visited recently with a protocol to send a message on that IM program or even a virus. No luck.

I begin retracing my steps...was it a decompiler I just ran? Was it my recently installed printer? It was connected to the phone line after all. Was it my sister? I bet it was my sister. Sadly she was not home so I couldn't ask.

I assume someone was running a remote administration tool. How else could they see what I was saying to this girl via IM? Luckily I haven't signed into anything recently so the most that could have been compromised was my IM account, as I use different passwords for everything.

I run Spybot. Nothing found. Is it a new exploit/virus made today? I sign back online, after my IP changes, and change the password for the IM program I was using, which in retrospect was a terrible move, if it had a keylogger. I sign in to nothing. I wait for the perenially useful GerbilSoft to sign on so he can send me a Linux distribution.

My mom and sister get home. I ask my sister, who is of course angry at my mom for some trivial bullshit, and she says all she ran was AIM and Firefox. She's good with the PC, but that only worries me more. My mom gets concerned that maybe something she was doing earlier, which was at a hospital website, had something to do with it. Most large institutions do use Windows and as such have horrid security, so my worries continue to mount. Was this installed all day? More accounts could be at risk.

GerbilSoft signs in, he links me to an Ubuntu download. I have no CDs so I burn it to a DVD, and also find an older version on a CD. I go to shut down, and so I check all the other IRC channels still open to see if anything else happened. I began shaking again: In a private message window with a girl, on IRC, was the word "gorgeous".

I turn off my PC, hoping whatever was wrong with it wasn't in startup. The Ubuntu CD fails. I run the DVD.

It fails. I run the integrity check, it was fine. I run the memory check, it crashes the PC. I cannot handle anymore, being extremely tired, and go to bed, around midnight.

During the course of the night, I have no less than 5 dreams where I see various means infecting the computer and compromising every account I have. I had another fucking epic dream but of course it has since faded into small meaningless bits.

Morning has come (actually about 13:30 in the afternoon next day). I've never slept that long. I go downstairs to see the keyboard was moved; my sister had seemingly used the PC, and I figure all of her accounts have surely been compromised by now.

I try Ubuntu again, and it fails. I sign in to the PC to see Gerbil again, when it says that the startup configuration has been altered. I look at SYSTEM.INI in /WINDOWS/, when I begin to shake again:

At the end of the document, it types this single word: "byee". I unplug the modem again. Had they been watching me that entire time as well? I'm surely fucked, or perhaps had they recognised the virus was about to be deleted?

With the model disconnected I ponder my next move. Suddenly, in the same window, towards the top, it begins to type: "your so skinny brit" .... "tany" *return* *return* "gorgeous<3".

Fuck ... or no fuck?

Was it a virus in my keyboard? How can they see me with no internet connection? I run upstairs and ask my sister if she had typed the word "gorgeous" at any time yesterday. Yep. "Bye"? Yep. With an extra 'e'. Oh, and she added a heart after gorgeous. The rest was also her, in fact, she had typed it while I was in the same room and she left the comment on myspace.

Then it hit me: My Sidewinder mouse.

I open an empty text file and hit one of the buttons on the left of the mouse. Turns out both of those text strings were bound to my mouse all along. I open the macro editor and it seems to have almost 10 minutes of her clicking and typing stored in one huge macro.

I sigh a sigh of relief and tell everyone else everything is fine. Fuck, am I a nerd.

Beef / Re: On TSC's authority in sonic competition.
« on: May 07, 2008, 08:05:36 am »
And me?!

I may not be active on the forums or competition but I do hang in IRC, and more importantly, believe maintaining competition is important. You've all probably heard me bitch about disallowing randomness in entries.

Beef / Re: On TSC's authority in sonic competition.
« on: May 07, 2008, 04:38:54 am »
Wow. This is one of the most well written and most important threads on the forums.

The SSR problem needs to be fixed, as soon as possible. Period.

Edit: Good, they were removed. However the TIME it took to get this done was atrocious... We need to keep a cap on these kinds of issues.

I don't see the need to accept spam just because it's not as active; that'll discourage serious discussion if it comes up.

Now now, as I said, I wasn't going to be oppressive (a dam analogy? XD), I just want to point out that the 'difference of characters' is long and annoying.

Why not have #soniccenter for the serious talk? :(

My purpose is not to ban an arbitrary phrase, as anything can be used as spam and worked around. I was trying to make a point.

"AAAAAA.HH" is used a lot, more than it should. Whole I agree pretty much everyone has a catchphrase here, there's a difference between "I call bs" and a long, long string of Hs.

My purpose is to cut down on the spam. Using caps as some have to 'protest' it is indeed worse and immature.

This isn't a vendetta against SkyL or anyone else, I'm just trying to suggest improvements to the chat and overall communication here, and I wanna see what others think. I'd appreciate if others gave replies as well worded and thought out as SBW's.

Not in serious topics. I mean sometimes there are joke topics or topics where the issue has been resolved. But this one is an issue, about the IRC channel, I'd prefer serious responses /in this topic/ for the time being.

Beef / Re: MK vs Spam
« on: April 15, 2008, 12:26:38 am »

General Sonic / Re: Sega? INCONSISTENT?! / Chaos emeralds
« on: April 15, 2008, 12:23:44 am »
What's Fleetway?

In all seriousness I am getting tired of all the spam in the channel as of late. I can understand some silliness on the forums but man, it's getting out of hand. I'd appreciate if people replied seriously from now on.


MK wins.

TSC denizens cheer.

General Sonic / Re: Sega? INCONSISTENT?! / Chaos emeralds
« on: March 21, 2008, 10:17:19 pm »
toss in the number that there are in Archie comics.

Archie has never, does not, and never will count, ever. Ever.

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