7 posts • joined 16 Jun 2010
Not the official server but this can be compiled to run on the Pi, and since it is written in C++ rather than Java it is pretty quick too. its missing a few features such as proper mob AI, and I think redstone is a little borked ATM, but it works just fine for walking around and building things :)
Re: The object to your left is your weapon in the upcoming zombie apocalypse
my computer tower, which weighs about 20kg so i could cave in a few zombie skulls with it, and have a bash at Umbrella Corp's super-shady computer network of nefariousness afterwards :P
or mutates to breathe fire after the nuclear apocalypse, and then get stomped all over for petty kill-quests by a kid from Vault 101
chances are, the connectors and the actual electrics for the screen will be on the stand. no way they could fit them on the back of the panel without some sort of negative space trickery.
Surely the case was better off this way. Had they officers not bought the pizzas, the delivery boy probably would have returned them to the shop, where they may have been chucked, or eaten by someone else.
flame logo cos reheated pizza is nom :D
biased survey is biased
was this survey one of the "fill this in to view the funny funny picture!!" ones? if so, remember the sort of people daft enough to actually do those :/
i love my town :D
i come from Driffield, where this van was situated, never actually saw it but heard lots about it XD
heard it had been towed away a few days ago, didnt know it was going up on such serious charges though :O i hope the police see sense and drop them, im sure theyd rather have these kids running a successful business than getting shit-faced like the rest of our townsfolk, and i do not just mean teenagers either :P
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