Walker
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I'M A HOBO

Walker

Ax-Wielding Nerd, Male, 23, from The Free Old Line State

What? Statuses, on projectego? I won't stand for it! Or sit. Oct 8, 2010

Walker was last seen:
Feb 11, 2014
    1. Arseface
      Arseface
      THRRRRIIIIIFFFFT!

      You read books, right? Are you aware of the one they call Raymond E. Feist?
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      2. Arseface
        Arseface
        Bordeaux*

        f*** the French
        Jan 5, 2011
      3. Walker
        Walker
        I literally laughed out loud there. I want you to know that.

        True, it might be because it's 12:01 AM and I've spent the last several hours screaming at LexisNexis, Factiva, opensource.gov, and assorted past interns of the people who I am interning with, all of whom I've decided are f****** morons. But still. I laughed.
        Jan 5, 2011
      4. Arseface
        Arseface
        Happy to help.
        Jan 5, 2011
    2. tjbyrum1
      tjbyrum1
      Damn straight, Roller Coaster Tycoon is the coolest game ever. The first one anyway...

      See, I had One, Two, AND Three... well I LOVE One, so I play it more than anything. 11 years old right? Damn, f****** funny as a shithead.

      Greatest game ever! Maybe.
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      3. Walker
        Walker
        So what I said was accurate, thankyewveramuch.

        Quite a gap right there.
        Jan 3, 2011
      4. tjbyrum1
        tjbyrum1
        Heh, oh well. Sure, I guess accurate.

        RoN will take some time for me to get better at.

        I am use to AoE strategies. Hell, with 50 people I can kill 1000 enemy troops - draining them of resources and have zero casualties, and I have even forced someone to resign - without even stepping foot into their 'land'.
        Jan 3, 2011
      5. Walker
        Walker
        I was never all that good at those games. I enjoyed them, but against anyone who was actually good at them, I got my head handed to me.
        Jan 4, 2011
    3. Arseface
      Arseface
      WALKER! Have you seen Field of Dreams? It was on last night, and I thought I'd start up a baseball related discussion, using it as a trigger.

      Now go!
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      2. Arseface
        Arseface
        It's different for cricket, though. You only generally play one or two teams a Summer. The Ashes series (for instance) goes from mid November, to mid Januray, giving fans a lot of time to think about the opposition teams.
        Dec 9, 2010
      3. Arseface
        Arseface
        And the actual cricket season generally goes into late February.
        Dec 9, 2010
      4. Walker
        Walker
        I'm sure you're absolutely right.
        Dec 10, 2010
    4. Arseface
      Arseface
      WALKER! I just realised, that when we have arguments, we'll only ruin one of our pages!
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      2. Arseface
        Arseface
        And why would you think that?
        Oct 10, 2010
      3. Arseface
        Arseface
        And why would you think that?
        Oct 10, 2010
      4. Walker
        Walker
        On the plus side, I think that F3 will have more visual resmblance to F2... maybe.

        You doubleposted that on purpose. To believe anything else would the height of delusion. Bastard.

        At least it collapses our overlong chain of comments.
        Oct 10, 2010
    5. Wonderfoole WINO
      Wonderfoole WINO
      Ah yes, " you're". I have a habit of being sloppy and always using "your". Also, I have a habit of spelling "maybe" as "mabey". WTF? But I capitalize sentences now! See, I'm lernding.
      1. Walker
        Walker
        I'm proud that you're learning, but the next time I see you misspell maybe like that, I'll... I don't know, make a stupid pun about a Bey from Massachusetts?

        Also, apparently there's no "View Conversation" function, but there IS a "comment" function. Which is... easier to keep track of a conversation with, I guess.
        Oct 8, 2010
    6. Wonderfoole WINO
      Wonderfoole WINO
      Oh no no no, its all very clean and tidy. Tidiness! We must have tidiness. Your being tidy, right? Oh yes, walking, very tidy that. Good tidy Walker.
    7. Wonderfoole WINO
      Wonderfoole WINO
      TJ Griffin? That unit no longer functions. Whats left of it is burried in the back yard, your free to take what you want from it. Whatever the dog hasn't gotten to anyway.

      There is no TJ, only Hayduke.
    8. Walker
      Walker
      What? Statuses, on projectego? I won't stand for it! Or sit.
    9. cheezMcNASTY
      cheezMcNASTY
      the comma just happens to be a very close and personal friend of mine, and i won't hesitate to back him up. the apostrophe i have mixed feelings with. even if you know all of the times to use him it's so easy to type the wrong one out of habit.
      the comma, as an important mark when it comes to not only reading text, but understanding it, is one of the greatest friends one can have as a writer.
    10. cheezMcNASTY
      cheezMcNASTY
      ok, fine. :(
      it is neighbors with my good, mr. comma, who unfortunately is often overly abused by the less grammatically inept writer both in cyber space and IRL.
    11. cheezMcNASTY
      cheezMcNASTY
      SHUT UP AND STAY IN THAT DRAWER I DON'T NEED YOU RIGHT NOW
      *takes out to type action demonstrating astyrisks*

      I ONLY NEED THE CAPS LOCK
      I DON'T NEED YOU
      I CAN JUST KEEP HITTING ENTER INSTEAD OF ENDING MY SENTENCES WITH PROPER PUNCTUATION
    12. cheezMcNASTY
      cheezMcNASTY
      yeah, if you give it too much spotlight it'll always try to go sticky keys on your ass.
      i find it's best to just pry that little asshole off the keyboard and put him in a drawer. that way i can just take him out when i need him or he's about to die of starvation.

      little *******.
    13. Hermes
      Hermes
      Hehe thanks. :D
    14. Trawgdor
    15. Arld
      Arld
      You're merely in a denial phase. Don't worry, it'll be over soon.
    16. Arld
      Arld
      Well, I guess you [i]could[/i] belong in the category of newly-born asexual.
    17. Arld
      Arld
      You're welcome. Want me still? :kiss:
    18. Arld
      Arld
      Don't call it [i]it[/i]. [i]It's[/i] me! Just ask Scott.
    19. Arld
      Arld
      No, I didn't say that. You're getting turned on by me. You should've kept that private, between us, you know.
    20. Steve Powell
      Steve Powell
      'Allo chap,

      Ninja squirrels, you say? Good grief! You've come to the right place. Can't say I've had much dealings with squirrels of the ninja variety, but I do likes me a challenge!

      Pray tell, might there be a reward? The enjoyment of squirrel-stamping aside, I still need to pay the bills!
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    Jul 6, 1990 (Age: 23)
    Location:
    The Free Old Line State
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    I'M A HOBO

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    Thanks to §ephiroxa§ for my ax-wielding nerd avatar. Sorry I dumped the sig for Droded's comic. Thanks to Dr. Seuss while I'm at it for drawing the Nerd in the first place. Thanks to Droded for my new sig.