MOTHER FUCKER, YES
For some reason the science fair episode really stands out to me.
Best fucking game ever oh my god
so many hours lost to it.
>live in the country
>be bored as shit cause there's nothing to do
>sister has a new furby
>decide to see how he likes baseball
>friends come over
>bastard survives multiple whacks and still talks
>lets meet mr. microwave
>catches fire and still talks after a couple minutes in there
>lets go swimming
I learned that the first version of these were tough sons of bitches. Only the water did them in...
Also from MECC, my jam...
Odell Lake Master Race
I was born in 86' (best year in the 80's, objectively). We had an atari with the wood veneer and tons of games. This and space invaders were my favorites.
Still can't get this run on my Laptop. Idea where to download for Win7?
I thought about pic related, when we could play GTA with this new graphic device... oh and frogger!
Absolutely no idea :/
Dude, one of my earliest memories was of playing super mario on the flat, 1960's style green carpet in the living room of my old house. At the age of two I knew how to turn on the TV, the NES, and how to turn the knob to channel 3 to play. I was born to play games, mufugga.
>carpet totally related
I remember how ever summer when I was a kid a local station would rerun the old Batman TV series. And every time Catwoman came on I would get a funny feeling in my tummy.
>that episode where she talks about how she only sleeps in the buff
NORTH AND SOUTH
>we running on the roof of a train now
Hell yeah, Bobby's World was fucking awesome
Just watched that again a few weeks ago.
>Jane, since I've met you, I've noticed things that I never knew were there before... birds singing, dew glistening on a newly formed leaf, stoplights.
Those were the days.
I spent about 15 years in Korea so I'm a little biased. I loved it there and take every chance I can to visit. Song Tan is a pretty simple town next to a military base. There's not much to it besides that. Some great tailors in the immediate area outside of the base. This is near the bus terminal heading closer to my old apartment.
You've definitely piqued my interest with these pictures. How would you compare the cost of everyday things there compared to the US? I'm always curious about that the most when visiting other countries.
This is the underground amusement park, Lotte World in Seoul. They hold all sorts of events there year round, especially gaming competitions. From above ground you can only see that big window and "LOTTE WORLD" written under it.
That's one of the coolest things I've seen. It kinda reminds me of the Opryland Hotel in Nashville on steroids.
Samefagging this hard. For what purpose?
Very affordable if you're living off of US income. If you're living off the economy it's a bit more difficult because low end paying jobs are very difficult to live off of. Most foreigners aren't offered very good jobs unless it's something they specifically want a foreigner for. You can expect lot of jobs teaching english or as you'll find in China "white monkey" jobs. Odd jobs doing bullshit like pretending to be lawyer or doctor to promote the image of some random company working to improve their own standing. I spent some time trying to land a job at Hyundai Heavy Industries down in Ulsan but even with a degree and the ability to read and speak some Korea I got turned down.
It's pretty awesome when you first get there. The entrance off the subway is small and narrow but once you go up the stairs it suddenly open up into that huge room. This is the Bulguksa Grotto, part of a mountain side temple on the southeast end of the country. On a clear day you can see the ocean from the edge of the temple. The Japanese tried to steal some of the carvings from inside the grotto during their occupation but when it almost collapsed on them they gave up. Some of the carvings are still strew around the area. The entire thing was carved into the inside of a cave.
I was more of a street shark guy myself but good one too
Dude yes. That and playing pic related all night with best buddy.
> Gauss Guns are amazing.
> Read about Gauss.
> Fast forward 15 years
> Earn PhD in statistics
> Future is nowhere near like what Syndicate promised.
This fucking game was soooo fun, controls were a bitch though.