LtRommel

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from ButtFuck, TX

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    • Battlefield Franchise

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      LtRommel

      I know I'm a bit in the wrong place (Halo is King here and all), but there does not seem to be anybody currently discussing the Battlefield franchise. There are lots of posts/journals over the BF 3 and 4 betas, but nobody seems to be a consistent BF3 player currently. I say that because I am one. Seriously- check my Battlelog. There are a few dead groups here, but that's all I've been able to find. I've been playing the BF series since 1942, and am excited about BF4, particularly about the PTFO/Squad play scoring incentives. Basically I'm testing the waters in this community.

      Anybody still playing BF3 or are going to pick up BF4? Any clans here I should know about? Was anybody as apathetic about BF4 as I was when it was first announced? Anybody have a good memory about the older games?

      Post edited 10/26/13 9:28AM

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    • 5 years ago

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    • Updates

      5 years ago

      LtRommel

      Well, goddammit. Shitfuckjournal.

      I make no pretense to say I am an "active" member of this site. I'm not. But every now and then I make sure this thing is still alive since it is the only social media I really do. I do the responsible thing and sponsor these guys because I am always up to date on their content that they produce. And I want to see more. And there is a fuck ton of my history here in these journals that I don't really want to lose control of. I am loathe to actually delete it for some dumb reason that I can't identify yet. Perhaps lazyness?

      There. You made me say it. So I'm happy. You're happy. It's all good.

    • Mmm Ribs

      8 years ago

      LtRommel

      The Salt Lick was killer. By that I mean I ate so much I faced my own mortality. We really packed the place out. The perfect way to end a Sidequest; awesome atmosphere, great Texas style BBQ, and making the waitstaff freakout because we show up and take 10 tables. We only RSVP'd for four I think.

      RT community wins again!

      I am sad that the party ended, because I will miss the great conversations. But I don't think I could take another sleepless night. I'll settle in the middle ground: get me a beer stiny!

    • The Last Hurrah

      8 years ago

      LtRommel

      The party at Doubletree was baller. There were groups all over the hotel. We were kicked out of the pool area, the courtyard, and the bar. Just couldn't keep the excitement down. The party finished up outside around 3 AM, and we did not even have alcohol for that bit.

      We are heading out to the Salt Lick in Driftwood for lunch. This will be my last event of the RTX long weekend. Work sucks, but I have to be back Tuesday morning to give lecture. With that and a new show to reherse for, I'm not really slowing down after the weekend. I'll take another beer and redbull.

    • Day Two

      8 years ago

      LtRommel

      RTX has been crazy go nuts. For some reason, this morning we all fought hangovers and went to the Alamo Drafthouse to see what basically constitutes the next two months of RT content offerings. While I am contractually bound to not disclose details, lets just say it is classic RT awesomeness. We love these guys.

      The party was great. We drank, ate, got autographs, and I played some football. That was a given, even in the 100 degree heat.

      Tonight shall commence the 1st Annual Sidequest bar crawl down Austin's famous 6th street. I am likely not sleeping tonight.

    • Sidequest

      8 years ago

      LtRommel

      I've been here two days before RTX officially begins, and frankly it has been awesome. GB330033 and Count3D have done a superb job showing us RT fans how amazing and weird Austin is. I feel as if we have done so much, made some good friends, and consumed a plethora of alcohol; and RTX has not even started. The RT community rocks! Find the sidequesters if you get a chance, we've got tags on our badges.

    • Sleep. Need. Moar.

      8 years ago

      LtRommel

      These conferences at the end of the semester are going to kill me. As in dead. But perhaps it is not all that bad. I just need some more sleep. Maybe when I am dead. Ah, there's the thought again. Oh well. Back to it. This poster is not going to make itself.

      Also, Osamallamadingdong has bit the dust. President Obama said so in a very media dramatic speech. Watching history in the making is so cool.

    • Getting The Whip Out

      8 years ago

      LtRommel

      Alright. As much as I hate to admit it, my gamer friends are a bunch of scatterbrained pricks. Gamers Night Out was going strong for nearly a year. I cancel one night, because of a work deadline. I even have the email saying that we would meet AS USUAL next week. Next thing I know, it is a month later and when I ask them, "Where the hell have you been?" They say, "are you still doing that?"

      They forced me into it. I am going to spam their butts into oblivion now. AND I am going to start TWO official nights. It does not bother me, because I would be on anyway. But shit, they had better start showing up to at least one of them now. Apache JOE and I need something fresh to kill.

      sites.google.com/site/gamersnightout/

  • Comments (17)

    • DarkPredX

      8 years ago

      can i join the engineering group? I didnt even know it existed till today, heh.

    • zeliahgazer

      10 years ago

      HAHAHAH! You betcha!

    • BloodySparow

      10 years ago

      I play bass.

      and I really slap it up... and I've been playing alot this last week, just part of the game.

    • Tb0ne

      10 years ago

      Luckily our department is pretty awesome and they give a practice right before and I did really well. They ramp up the difficulty and I still did considerably well along with the fact I had some cold medicine in me so I could breath through my nose and feel less like ass. The only thing that really worries me about it is the EE, Strengths, and Bio. I should have the rest down solid. My department has an 84% pass rate for students so I'm not terribly worried.

    • sithhead2

      10 years ago

      Newton based his second law on the night he spent with the Queen.


      A mod point cannot describe how loud I was laughing after I read that one.

    • zeliahgazer

      10 years ago

      Thanks, fellow texan, Yeah but it's a lot more than tummy problems lately though, all this stress should be causing me an ulcer on top of a casr of bad chicken. But that seems to be better. lol

    • Osaka

      10 years ago

      I have never seen Don Quixote live, only in videos - but it is amazing and I would LOVE to dance it. I think my favorite thing I have ever seen - well, it's going to sound cliche, because it was Swan Lake, but not, because it was performed in the round at the Royal Albert Hall in London by the English National Ballet. ... *swoon* I have looked for any youtube videos of it, but it doesn't seem anyone's caught it on video and put it there.

    • Osaka

      10 years ago

      A ballet enthusiast - and a jazz fan? Awesome. Anyhow, I haven't really ever danced productions or recitals a whole lot - just classes, classes, classes - and the recitals I have danced were all studio-choreographed. So I have no idea yet. ;) I just got back from getting my pointe shoes and saw your message, hehe. When I woke up this morning it was like CHRISTMAS. Still ridiculously excited.

    • Izzi

      10 years ago

      It was for a seminar.

    • RobbyMac217

      10 years ago

      Come on. You can tell me.

    • RobbyMac217

      10 years ago

      You can just message me what they said. It can be our little secret.

    • Claire214

      10 years ago

      haha, thanks. :) i do dance, but not as much as i used to. i mostly teach.

    • Gforce81

      11 years ago

      Hey! You should also check out some of my images. I just uploaded a bunch of them.

    • Gforce81

      11 years ago

      Yeah, good choice. I like that Demoman has such good indirect fire capabilities. As you might have guessed from my Primary Image, my favorite character is Pyro. (Followed closely by Scout and the Demoman.) My main problems with Pyro mostly entail crossing open ground or passing through choke-points on my way to a CP. I.E. The last CP of Dustbowl. On that last turn, when the walkway crosses that large gap, if the enemy has setup a defense, I can't do squat about it.

    • Gforce81

      11 years ago

      Hey! Thanks for the friend approval. Some of the people on this site are downright vicious when you send them RFR's. SO, anyway I see you like TF2. Currently I is my greatest passion and obsession. Unfoutunatley, I don't have an XBOX so I can't own it. (Yes I know there is a PC version too, but my computer is too slow!) Well, to start I guess, which class is your favorite?

    • Impartial_Me

      11 years ago

      Ahh, neato! "Commander Keen" was really funny, ha ha ha! It was always so strange to me that there are Pepsi cans and things floating around, haa... I tried playing it again about a year ago, but I just could not get into it, though that MIGHT be because I was distracted by other things, hmm. Ha ha ha. =p

      There were this text-based DOS RPGs I used to play that came on a floppy disk, though not the huge ones, more like the ones you use in the A-Drive. Are those called floppy disks? Either way, it was kind of neat, being this powerful monk with all these special abilities, the thing is you really needed to use your imagination, which was also a pretty neat practice, since I really like storytelling, mm! Those were fun times, even though I tended to play games like that when I was lonely, as opposed to bored, haa.... =p

      Aside from the older games like those, what else do you enjoy? I just love RPGs, and currently I am really into this game called "Audiosurf", it's really neat! =D I also like some web-based games, which I think is kind of like a roundabout way of keeping the simple charm of older-schooled (does that make sense?? =p) games alive in a way, mm. ^_^

    • Impartial_Me

      11 years ago

      Ha ha ha! Hmmm.... the oldest game? There was this one game on an Atari home system (not sure what it was, since I think I was six years old at that time, maybe five though) where the object was to move from one part of the screen to another, collecting keys and opening doors. It was a lot like Lode Runner in a way, but not as "sophisticated," hee hee hee... I need to try to find that again, just so I could know what it was! =D

      How about yours??

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