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Interzone / Re: Adobe Flash
« on: February 12, 2013, 11:42:12 AM »
In case someone still uses Java, a security risk was detected about a month or so and the internet monkeys made lots of fuzz.


Interzone / Re: New Layout
« on: September 21, 2012, 06:45:35 AM »
Paint it black

Interzone / Re: A horse in the night
« on: July 09, 2012, 07:25:03 PM »
Find myself in front of a free horse and it remainds me of the wild, harsh, dark and pure existence that as a city man I more than often neglect myself to live.

That untamed spirit of the horse, his vibrant aura, the challenge which no man of the modern times can face truly is possed in front of me, the calling of ancient times makes my heart race has the proud eyes of the majestic beast meet mine and tell me I am no man enough to conquer him.

The horse starts running and I move aside, my body is full of primal energy as I feel the need to become closer to the man I am supposed to be, and one day, find the free horse again and measure myself against him.

Until that day, you magnificent motherfucking beast…
Until that day...

Interzone / Re: The Potential of Video Games
« on: April 25, 2012, 08:13:58 AM »
Is this a troll thread?

If no, then : not. Quit them. Instead try

The chasm has lost its charm.

Interzone / Re: How to get brutally strong
« on: February 14, 2012, 06:29:31 AM »
Much appretiation and gratitude to "in abyssia" for posting the topic "strength training" about a year ago.

I became blessed with strength i did not possesed and could see that in nature quality is much more important than quantity, among many other things.

Good and honest advice will always reach a ear willing to listen, even one that is far.

Keep up the good work and much thanks.

Interzone / Re: Making Money
« on: October 18, 2011, 01:29:25 PM »

My personal experience (from 3 years on software dev ) :

Everything said here is pretty much correct: I can listen to music almost all day, i also have to work out a lot ( its very sedentary), pay is good, very few females coworkers  and i have crossed paths with a lot of smart people.
Also , its very bussines oriented , you become a code slave and work lots of hours, even thought i love the job, sometimes i wish i have a work that would make a real positive impact on the world around me, not all bussiness/office.

Hope this is usefull somehow.

Interzone / Re: Help on surviving skills
« on: March 03, 2010, 06:55:37 PM »
I didnt had time to google that day, had internet access for around 20 min.
The link was usefull, thank you, used some of the information on water.

Interzone / Help on surviving skills
« on: March 01, 2010, 09:53:54 AM »
hi people from anus.com just a small request
I dont know if you have heard but here in Chile we had an earthquake.
After a day without water, electricity or supplies i have realiced i dont know too much about surviving.
i think this maybe a good place to ask  for resources on how to survive on this kind of situation ( few water, not all "clean", electicity and inet comes and goes, people starting to desperate, ect) , if you can write something here o pointme to a link to a specific resource i will have a couple hours for energy on my notebook to read them later so pdf works.
i appreciate all help
i wrote this on the fly sorry for typos

thanks a lot