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Oh, no wonder there's no basement. haha

I guess it sucks, but I actually have it made. I bet lots of people my age would kill to be living the way I do.

And yeah, I feel really blessed to have this attitude about it too. I mean, I could be like all depressed and extremely discontent due to wanting more. But I can't do that when my way of life is already ultra-cushy. Except, I often feel like I need to do something in order to feel like I'm worthy of all this.

And yeah, it's nice having two of 'em since being unemployed can get pretty boring. BWAHAHAHAHA!!!
LOL, i love basements i visited a cousin in ST. Louis and his room was the basement and i spent the night down there, it was awsome.
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Yeah, my only complaint about this fan is that it doesn't have a lower setting. I mean, the lowest setting just isn't quite low enough. I'd move the fan further away, but it's not an option. Oh well. But that's why I keep the surge suppressor next to me so that I can turn it off when I've had enough of it.

So, then how old are you now?
im 21...a bit old to have just started to learn on building a pc... since theres alot of ppl started at a young age...
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im 21...a bit old to have just started to learn on building a pc... since theres alot of ppl started at a young age...
I started taking things apart when i was 5, i took apart my old monster truck toy because one of the buttons on the back stopped working and i fixed it. I was 5!!! I must be a genius or something
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Another tiny update: Moved my other ultra kaze from 5.25" drive to my cpu cooler for push-pull



I think it looks cool, what do you guys think?
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I think, WHY DID YOU DERAIL THE THREAD WITH THIS COMPUTER CRAP!!??
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I started taking things apart when i was 5, i took apart my old monster truck toy because one of the buttons on the back stopped working and i fixed it. I was 5!!! I must be a genius or something
yeah i guess u are...i just take things apart.. and destroy em...
never really put things back together accept for TAMIYA cars...lol
and then i went through a stage where everything was sports...
and now that cycle has stopped and im into PC's suddenly...
other than that i spend my evenings wall climbing
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LOL, i love basements i visited a cousin in ST. Louis and his room was the basement and i spent the night down there, it was awsome.
Whoa, was his room the entire basement? Mine isn't. I have a 10'x8' room with a 6'9" high ceiling. Although, it feels a little bit bigger than it sounds. Still, it's not big enough to have friends hang out in it with me. I mean, it's just a little too weird being in a room that small with another guy. Especially when the only places to sit are one little office chair and a bed. However, the computer is right outside my bedroom door. So, I essentially do have the entire basement to myself. There's even a freakin' stand-up freezer, a regular refrigerator, and a bathroom complete with a shower. So I constantly wonder what I did to deserve all of this awesomeness. Oh well. I know my time is coming where I'm going to be living in a place where my computer desk is like.... a table. And I probably won't have a shower, but just a bath. And I'll probably have neighbors who want absolute silence, so I'll probably have to be reduced to just 2.0 speakers. lol yeah, I predict living on my own will suck.
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im 21...a bit old to have just started to learn on building a pc... since theres alot of ppl started at a young age...
I built my first computer in April of 2008. I first started learning about it in February of 2008, and I'm 30 years old. Besides, there's no reason to think that you started late just because lots of others started younger. "Normal" is whatever particular hand life has dealt you.
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post #7108 of 19729
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Whoa, was his room the entire basement? Mine isn't. I have a 10'x8' room with a 6'9" high ceiling. Although, it feels a little bit bigger than it sounds. Still, it's not big enough to have friends hang out in it with me. I mean, it's just a little too weird being in a room that small with another guy. Especially when the only places to sit are one little office chair and a bed. However, the computer is right outside my bedroom door. So, I essentially do have the entire basement to myself. There's even a freakin' stand-up freezer, a regular refrigerator, and a bathroom complete with a shower. So I constantly wonder what I did to deserve all of this awesomeness. Oh well. I know my time is coming where I'm going to be living in a place where my computer desk is like.... a table. And I probably won't have a shower, but just a bath. And I'll probably have neighbors who want absolute silence, so I'll probably have to be reduced to just 2.0 speakers. lol yeah, I predict living on my own will suck.

I built my first computer in April of 2008. I first started learning about it in February of 2008, and I'm 30 years old. Besides, there's no reason to think that you started late just because lots of others started younger. "Normal" is whatever particular hand life has dealt you.
Yea his room was the entire basement so it was as wide as the house wall to wall, it was awsome you could talk loudly and hear the echo.
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Yea his room was the entire basement so it was as wide as the house wall to wall, it was awsome you could talk loudly and hear the echo.
whoa. That's a party room! Damn. I'd have it furnished with nice incandescent light fixtures (like maybe floor lights that are like 6 feet tall), including colored ones, rope lights, a couch, a love seat, a La-Z-Boy style rocking chair/recliner, a T.V., a 7.1 surround sound setup, a game console, a coffee table, a compact refrigerator, a coat rack, etc.

Oh, and a kitchen table complete with like 4 chairs too... oh the list could keep growing.
Edited by TwoCables - 8/12/09 at 2:49am
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well yeah theres no reason to compare to others...
its the passion that counts...
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