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list 3 things you can't live without.. other than the people in your lives..
Posted 3/18/09
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Tsutoki wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Tsutoki wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


momozgurl wrote:


Kill099 wrote:

Computer with internet connection
PSP and PC games
electricity, food and water

anything else is plain useless


3 things only!! oh well



I just compiled electricity, food and water into a single item. What's wrong with it?


Because they're completely different things? If you said, Coke, Sprite, and Mountain Dew (even though it makes your penis shrink, as the myth goes) then it would be correct as all of them fall under the category of soda. Though I guess you could have food and water under necessities for living, but electricity is a luxury. Any who, I agree, I love my PSP (currently playing To Love-Ru Doki Doki! Rinkaigakko-hen, so ecchi >///<) though it falls somewhere in fourth or fifth for me. Custom firmware is one of the best PSP innovations to have surfaced.


But aren't they classified as basic necessities? Ok what if I just put there on #3 as "basic necessities", would that qualify? I just specified those things. Btw, you can't say that electricity is a luxury, it a necessity nowadays especially in the modern world. Except if you love to relive the middle ages go ahead and have no electricity.

About the PSP, I was currently saving money to buy a new PC for those over the top RTS games that my PC can't reach. So for the mean time, PSP is for for my gaming entertainment needs. Yeah I do agree that the custom firmware is the best innovations. I love the homebrew hackers who made this possible.


Well you can live without electricity, many families do, many third world countries do in fact, I'm not saying that I want to live without it; I'm just trying to make a point. I've been playing anime dating SIMs a lot recently, the plots are actually pretty interesting, I don't really play PC games anymore except for RTS games from time to time.


The Philippines is an example of a third world country in which I live in yet squatters love to make illegal connections to have electricity. Electricity is a necessity, again, for the modern world. Kids who should have done their homework and/or study at night can't because there is no electricity. Reading using candle light is bad for the eyes btw. There are homes that have pumps run by electricity to get water from underground. Even streets are illuminated by electricity at night to make it safer. Electricity powers the tv sets and radios which provide entertainment and news for the masses. Do you think they will settle for ritual dancing and ritual music for their entertainment? If electricity is not a necessity then why is everyone availing one? Why provide electricity to rural ares if they can live without it?

Hmm.. the only dating sim I've played are on the playstation 1 RPG game called Thousand Arms. But nothing beats real dating! Have you tried Patapon? Its a very good game!
Posted 3/18/09 , edited 3/18/09

Kill099 wrote:


Tsutoki wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Tsutoki wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


momozgurl wrote:


Kill099 wrote:

Computer with internet connection
PSP and PC games
electricity, food and water

anything else is plain useless


3 things only!! oh well



I just compiled electricity, food and water into a single item. What's wrong with it?


Because they're completely different things? If you said, Coke, Sprite, and Mountain Dew (even though it makes your penis shrink, as the myth goes) then it would be correct as all of them fall under the category of soda. Though I guess you could have food and water under necessities for living, but electricity is a luxury. Any who, I agree, I love my PSP (currently playing To Love-Ru Doki Doki! Rinkaigakko-hen, so ecchi >///<) though it falls somewhere in fourth or fifth for me. Custom firmware is one of the best PSP innovations to have surfaced.


But aren't they classified as basic necessities? Ok what if I just put there on #3 as "basic necessities", would that qualify? I just specified those things. Btw, you can't say that electricity is a luxury, it a necessity nowadays especially in the modern world. Except if you love to relive the middle ages go ahead and have no electricity.

About the PSP, I was currently saving money to buy a new PC for those over the top RTS games that my PC can't reach. So for the mean time, PSP is for for my gaming entertainment needs. Yeah I do agree that the custom firmware is the best innovations. I love the homebrew hackers who made this possible.


Well you can live without electricity, many families do, many third world countries do in fact, I'm not saying that I want to live without it; I'm just trying to make a point. I've been playing anime dating SIMs a lot recently, the plots are actually pretty interesting, I don't really play PC games anymore except for RTS games from time to time.


The Philippines is an example of a third world country in which I live in yet squatters love to make illegal connections to have electricity. Electricity is a necessity, again, for the modern world. Kids who should have done their homework and/or study at night can't because there is no electricity. Reading using candle light is bad for the eyes btw. There are homes that have pumps run by electricity to get water from underground. Even streets are illuminated by electricity at night to make it safer. Electricity powers the tv sets and radios which provide entertainment and news for the masses. Do you think they will settle for ritual dancing and ritual music for their entertainment? If electricity is not a necessity then why is everyone availing one? Why provide electricity to rural ares if they can live without it?

Hmm.. the only dating sim I've played are on the playstation 1 RPG game called Thousand Arms. But nothing beats real dating! Have you tried Patapon? Its a very good game!


It's not a necessity for life really, as you've stated previously, if you I don't want electricity, I could just go back to the Middle Ages. So, no, it's not a necessity for living. If you want to be successful, it is, however, a necessity for work and such, and some people like to argue that their work is their life, so I'll drop the subject and split it ways where both sides have a point. Patapon is great, I'm waiting for the sequel to be released.
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Posted 3/18/09

Tsutoki wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Tsutoki wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Tsutoki wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


momozgurl wrote:


Kill099 wrote:

Computer with internet connection
PSP and PC games
electricity, food and water

anything else is plain useless


3 things only!! oh well



I just compiled electricity, food and water into a single item. What's wrong with it?


Because they're completely different things? If you said, Coke, Sprite, and Mountain Dew (even though it makes your penis shrink, as the myth goes) then it would be correct as all of them fall under the category of soda. Though I guess you could have food and water under necessities for living, but electricity is a luxury. Any who, I agree, I love my PSP (currently playing To Love-Ru Doki Doki! Rinkaigakko-hen, so ecchi >///<) though it falls somewhere in fourth or fifth for me. Custom firmware is one of the best PSP innovations to have surfaced.


But aren't they classified as basic necessities? Ok what if I just put there on #3 as "basic necessities", would that qualify? I just specified those things. Btw, you can't say that electricity is a luxury, it a necessity nowadays especially in the modern world. Except if you love to relive the middle ages go ahead and have no electricity.

About the PSP, I was currently saving money to buy a new PC for those over the top RTS games that my PC can't reach. So for the mean time, PSP is for for my gaming entertainment needs. Yeah I do agree that the custom firmware is the best innovations. I love the homebrew hackers who made this possible.


Well you can live without electricity, many families do, many third world countries do in fact, I'm not saying that I want to live without it; I'm just trying to make a point. I've been playing anime dating SIMs a lot recently, the plots are actually pretty interesting, I don't really play PC games anymore except for RTS games from time to time.


The Philippines is an example of a third world country in which I live in yet squatters love to make illegal connections to have electricity. Electricity is a necessity, again, for the modern world. Kids who should have done their homework and/or study at night can't because there is no electricity. Reading using candle light is bad for the eyes btw. There are homes that have pumps run by electricity to get water from underground. Even streets are illuminated by electricity at night to make it safer. Electricity powers the tv sets and radios which provide entertainment and news for the masses. Do you think they will settle for ritual dancing and ritual music for their entertainment? If electricity is not a necessity then why is everyone availing one? Why provide electricity to rural ares if they can live without it?

Hmm.. the only dating sim I've played are on the playstation 1 RPG game called Thousand Arms. But nothing beats real dating! Have you tried Patapon? Its a very good game!


It's not a necessity for life really, as you've stated previously, if you I don't want electricity, I could just go back to the Middle Ages. So, no, it's not a necessity for living. If you want to be successful, it is, however, a necessity for work and such, and some people like to argue that their work is their life, so I'll drop the subject and split it ways where both sides have a point. Patapon is great, I'm waiting for the sequel to be released.


Like I said, its a necessity in "the modern age". If you want a concrete example of electricity a necessity for at least prolonging life: surgical tools, health services like x-rays and ultrasonics, an apparatus (idk what its called) keeping a man in an ICU alive, these are just a few that require electricity. Even rural areas need electricity!!! Like I said, living in the "modern times" electricity is a necessity. If you think you can live without it why don't you practice what you preach and know how important it is in our "modern" lives. Sometimes, you can only appreciate the things that you have once it's gone.

Actually patapon 2 was already released in the net but its a european version as of now. If your first game was a U.S. version, sadly you can't transfer items and kaching to the european version. At least it gets more challenging in collecting items and evolving each and every pon you have.
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