MikeEgan

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MikeEgan last won the day on September 12 2017

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    Sitting on my ass, hanging out with Pappy

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  1. Long time no see, huh guys?

    1. kogaGmente III

      kogaGmente III

      YOu betchya! I'm in the same boad, recently came back to check on HT.

  2. The second one is the only that I've never heard before. The first just had an extended intro that added nothing. The other two have been, I think, already fully released. First one is my favorite though. I listen to the album on Spotify all the time.
  3. Can you explain more what base game you plan on using?
  4. Found a YouTube series affiliated with PBS called SpaceTime. It is absolutely intriguing. Here is one of my favorites (I played probably like a dozen in a row thru automatic “Up Next” pivoting).
  5. Post interesting videos about space and astronomy. Also discuss if you have the intellectual capacity to.
  6. Hey TRED, Very interesting read as it seems that you and I both are going through a similar process. I probably won't ever explicitly renounce gaming (I may eventually get Civ VI and Halo 6 when possible), but I've come to realize that my previous love for gaming was just a preparatory love affair that was getting me ready for the real world. I always wanted to make a puzzle map, but I realize that everyday life is a puzzle a hundred times more dynamic than any puzzle map I could make in a Halo game. Competitive racing was an expression of my love for level playing fields and striving towards goals. HT Supercross Season 6-7 in Halo 4 was absolutely the peak for me in these terms. That truly was a wonderful experience. But being employed part-time and attending college courses about topics such as Digital Circuitry also gives me this. Part of growing up is realizing that all of your imaginative childhood passions existed as preparation for their final application in the real world for pursuing real goals. I also find it interesting that we both are finding a new interest in religion. I've been going back and forth between a Lutheran and Catholic church for the past few months. I appreciate the beautiful organ music and choir at the Catholic church and the philosophical sermons--very refreshing to me in such a chaotic world. I'm in love with the idea of transcendental and eternal truths. I've also started a personal philosophical blog to contribute to in my spare time. I always admired your determination in forging so many unique tracks. And you got a lot of shit from a lot of people who found whatever reason to give you it, but you stuck through and continued with your passion. That's about all I have to say. Good luck TRED. And I'll add God bless. Mike
  7. No, I played with my old friend ... I forget his old gamertag. Eaglestrike or something.
  8. I got to a 45 in doubles.
  9. ... knees weak, arms are heavy
  10. Just cancelled my XBL Gold subscription for now (It officially ends Sept. 21). I'll probably come back for Halo 6.

  11. Yea dude, I'm Onyx
  12. Don't do drugs

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    2. OrionHardy

      OrionHardy

      Hey I need drugs to live!!!

    3. RealDealD

      RealDealD

      Don't tell me how to live my life 

    4. Kenjamin1 MI
  13. I'm very excited at the possibility of Halo 4 racing again. Now with the perspective of 3-4 years time passed, you realize how good we had it for that game in particular. Maybe we'll even get that modded game type back with random timed gate drops and lap times. My concern stems from the terrible connectivity I've experienced on H3 in MCC, and the possibility that that extends to the stand-alone experience.