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You can actually play with me, agri-chan. But I haven't played in months due to my thesis. But I think i still got it going if i should brush up a bit.
Weeee so I´m going to install Warcraft again. You gotta tell me where to find the dota maps and what to do with them, i´ve never played it before #D But it looks really fun ^^
Talking about playing online...i really want to play Mario Kart DS online. Gotta save money for a router...;~~
Bah! Install Guild Wars. It's free monthly subscription >__<
My video card sweats while i´m playing Warcraft GK....i think the frame rate for Guild Wars would be something like a frame per minute here ^^;;
The only thing that runs smoothly here is....Ultima Online...........2D. #D
There are lots of pc games i´d like to play, but unfortunaly i have to make a big upgrade before even trying ;(
Last edited by Agrias; April 10, 2008 at 07:31 PM.
Move to America and be my neighbor. Solves all your problems there. ;D
America doesn´t want brazilians even as a tourists, i don´t think they would like me moving there ^^;;;;
Last edited by Agrias; April 10, 2008 at 07:39 PM.
Hey one of my professors was a Brazilian She's happily married to an American and they're living a life of paradise here.
there's only one dota map, agri-chan. you can google it up.
The one 'building' that always make me wonder is the pyramids. How did they ever do that?? Elephants? Triangle wheels? Labour?! What's your theory on it?
your theory about the pyramids is good, i agree with that. people create crazy theories about aliens and incredible machines when everything can be done with muscles...
Well since you and bb are future architects I'd thought I'd mention my thoughts on it. Basically, my grasp of architecture is that you guys design beautiful buildings but I feel that alot of times we forget about the old beautiful buildings. I know when I travel I've seen alot of amazing structures but yet other that are old and diminshed. If only we could focus on restoration of buildings instead of new all the time, I think things would be better.
Gots, it actually depends on the architect. There are some who specialize in Restoration all their life, like my professor (who teaches historical architecture, btw).
And am I right in recalling that Agri-chan's thesis was restoration as well? Or adaptive reuse something?