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About trollcrusher

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  1. Yeah ... BP4F is the one that I checked the system requirements for. Positive. However, I don't recall the name of the website in which I checked my laptop's capabilities upon ... seemed thorough enough (i.e. amount of RAM, type of processor, sound / vid capabilities, etc.). I take it that since the BP4F game is so visually demanding (at least from what I viewed on the YouTube link that you provided), that having a top-of-the-line gaming system would be the best (if not only) way in which to enjoy the BP4F's video / audio offerings. Ah well.
  2. While you fellow groovyPosters are pining for inkless pens, I've decided on what I'd like for Christmas. Please direct the stunningly beautiful Miss Keira Knightley to my abode. Thanks.
  3. No problem. I did do a system requirements test for Battlefield Play4Free via a website that lists the requirements for a broad spectrum of online / hardcopy video games, and sadly, it appears that my laptop is unable to meet the requirements of playing BP4F. Bummer.
  4. OK ... thanks for the feedback on it. I appreciate it.
  5. Hey there Beyond_Life, So how does one go about playing this FPS game? I take it that it is *free* to play online? Yes / No? Do I need a joystick to play, or can I just get by with a keyboard and a mouse combo? Will this run on Microsoft Vista, or is it geared for Windows 7? Thanks man. trollcrusher
  6. Laugh you say? These guys were only blocking the Xbox / PlayStation isle on Black Friday. Shoulda seen the rest of the store ... amoured personnel carriers in the hunting / fishing department. H-60G Pave Hawk helicopters covering the parking lot situation. Tear gas cannons in housewears. Muzzled riot K-9's in the women's undergarments section. And last but not least, a freakin' ICBM nuclear missle in the Barbie toys aisle. (I sh*t you not). And that was just at Wal-Mart.
  7. Beyond_Life ... Heh heh. Smart move by the Russians. Simple but effective solution. I just wonder what they did with the wood shavings when they went to sharpen the lead?
  8. Hey that Vat19 site has some interesting stuff on it. The inkless pen is a unique concept, however, the "ink" appears to be slightly faint. Would be curious if they were to make it appear darker on whatever surface it is applied to. Sort of reminds me of a Fisher Space Pen ... the type that NASA uses on its Shuttle missions.
  9. Good deal ... Be sure to check out the infrared / near infrared 360 views as well. In addition, some of the Asian locations are pretty cool. The infrared filter adds sort of an otherworldly effect to the various scenes. Glad you enjoyed.
  10. Beyond_Life, Make sure that you have the newest edition of Adobe Flash installed. If not, refer to the link below and select "DOWNLOAD FLASH PLAYER" (located at the far right side of the page). http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/ If you do have Flash already, make sure that it is enabled. If not, then refer to the Google Search link results for "How to enable Flash" at the link below: http://www.google.com/search?q=How+to+enable+Flash&hl=en&rlz=1B3GPMD_enUS301US303&num=10&lr=&ft=i&cr=&safe=images&num=100 Hope this helped.
  11. Beyond_Life ... Check your groovyPost Inbox ... sent you instructions on what I mentioned in my previous post.
  12. MrGroove wrote: "Mr Clean??? Is that you!" Noooooo. But this Mr./Ms. Clean *might* suffice: Figured that the craziest thing I could come up with would be a spin-off of Mr. Clean, albeit Britney Spears' meltdown version, complete with (in maintaining the theme of this thread) a John Waters / Joe Jackson / Little Richard "you-know-you-just-wanna-reach-out-and-touch-it" kinda 'stache (added by moi). Sort of a visual overload. Heh.
  13. Very cool site recommendation, Animis. Very cool indeed.
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