Pretty cool! ^_^ I didn't know that.Time to follow through with my ghost question!
Scientists have found that people tend to see "ghosts" because of a certain sound wavelength. Just about every house or building can make it.
Any sound 20Hz or lower with direct contact to a human eye will obstruct our view and cause a blur about the size of a human. Then because of our human minds, we instantly assume the human sized blob is a human ghost, that disappears very very fast. Water pipes, ear buds, and old electronics all make low enough frequencies to cause this effect.
As for the times when it isn't sound, it's probably a demon trying to mess something up as always. I'd like to think the 3 times I've seen something it was sound.
Have you seen the new Star Citizen expansion?
I would say that playing with the feels is just a different kind of skill. It takes just as much, if not more, of whatever magical juice runs through a guitarist's veins to pour your heart onto the strings as churn out 50 notes in four beats. I always wanted to be skilled in the technique side of things, and worked to that end. It occurs to me that I should perhaps have been aiming at the other path. XDI absolutely agree that skill alone does not a great guitar player make, but when I hear technical I think "something that requires a great deal of skill to pull off." In my mind, there are two schools of thought for guitar (not mutually exclusive, but one approach tends to lead over the other): Emphasis on technical skill, and emphasis on feel. I know "feel" is hard to quantify, but that Dire Straits song is a great example of the latter. Symphony X (and most metal it seems) definitely tends towards the former (Michael Romeo owes a great deal of his style to Yngwie Malmsteen), while most blues and rock artists tend toward the latter.
So on a different note...what do you think of this?
Sorta. I want to get my book published (finally), and start a store of crafts on Facebook.Anything you're looking forward to this year?
Survival. Oops. That explains why everything seems to want to kill me, and not dying is sort of twitchy. I though normal was closer to creative, and survival was just the normal game. Which would make creative mode...I don't know. I was excited, and they should explain that better in the menu. I mean, there's the skull...XD Now I'm debating whether or not to continue, or start a new file on normal. I've managed to land in a solar system where every planet is ludicrously deathly, and I hope I can gather enough plutonium to leave before I freeze to death. XDBy survival, do you mean survival or normal?
Survival mode is for the pro players that wanted a challenge in the game...
Don't waste your time in creative, it's not really fun because it throws everything at you, then when you play in normal mode you feel incredibly under powered.
As for PS2, the more you play the better you get. I recommend staying in the starter world until lvl 15 when you get kicked out.
DON'T buy a weapon! All of the weapons are equal and just shoot differently or have equal stats, like high range + good damage, but terrible recoil and the opposite.
Your first maybe 1000 certs should be used for perks and perk upgrades, even weapon attachments are a great idea.
Which path are you going to follow in NMS?
Haven't tried those. But the bread bites with cheese and bacon? Oh glory. They will break your mind. <3We have Little Ceasar's in MN. They recently came out with some cinnamon roll bites that look absolutely amazing and coma inducing.
I'm excited. I haven't listened to any of the new stuff, though.The new Demon Hunter album?
Cold Winter Sun sounds pretty good. Here it is if you want to give it a listen:I'm excited. I haven't listened to any of the new stuff, though.The new Demon Hunter album?
Cool. ^_^ Did you go with just straight ginger, or more like ginger bread, with allspice and cloves and such?Well i made them with whipped cream for one! Which was new to me, i also put the dough in the freezer for 15 minutes, that was new too. It was just a new experience all around. But they turned out great!
Biscuits the British way?
I just thought it was OK...it never quite pushed through to what I wanted it to.How do you like this?
I have used origami for many things; birthday presents, bouquets, earrings, and my sisters wedding.Cold Winter Sun sounds pretty good. Here it is if you want to give it a listen:
I walked those dark roads for a season several years ago, yes. Left me with anger issues and a sincere respect for the humble retail worker.I thought you worked at Walmart. Is that correct?
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