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Member Since 24 Sep 2003
Offline Last Active Aug 26 2007 10:34 PM

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In Topic: Unkown Gun?

16 August 2007 - 02:34 PM

I'll be a little more clear. The Arrowstorm is fairly rare but I don't think that it sees a lot of play because of the scarcity. I've never had one but supposedly it can be a force. Nice find. In short it's a multi shot springer, what's not to love about that?

In Topic: Bestest Pistol Whipping Gun

31 July 2007 - 02:29 PM

A can of soda is 12 ounces, 4 ounces shy of a pound.

In Topic: Power Trip

06 July 2007 - 10:20 AM

Granted for organized play the ideal situation is to have everything standardized and I like the class system that you proposed. Equipment wise everyone would be on an even playing field and true skill in combat would prove to be the deciding factor. There are of course things to overcome with this, for example: are we organized enough to pull this kind of thing off?

Frankly I don't think that there's a wide enough audience for this to happen but I am quite isolated where I am. They do have regulations for dodgeball after all so there may be hope yet.

Back to your question though. Why bother modding a toy that you can't use in a war? I look at it as an engineering challenge. If you regulate what people can and can't do on the modification front people loose their creativity a little. Who was the first one to mod Nerf? What went through their mind?

I'd like to think that it was to squeeze the most power out of the gun as possible. Pushing the given design to the breaking point can be greatly rewarding. The process itself may be its own end for some, not what you ultimately do with it.

Of course within your constraints of organized play there could always be an exhibition class. This would cover things like distance and accuracy shooting of non human targets.

In Topic: Does Anyone Know This Song?

24 May 2007 - 05:59 PM

It's definately Natalie Merchant’s “Kind and generous”. I watched the office episode last night and it did have la las and not na nas.

In Topic: Does Anyone Know This Song?

21 May 2007 - 12:38 PM

Natalie Merchant’s “Kind and generous” For some reasons the nanananas are replaces with lalalalas but it's all crap lyrics anyway so there you go.

Im bound to thank you for it

Lalalalalalala lalalalalalalala lalalalala lalalalalala lalalalalalalal

lalalalalalalala lalalalala


I want to thank you for so many gifts you gave with love and tenderness

I want to thank you