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About Haqin

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  • Birthday 07/16/1985
  1. Brasil skips steps on online communities. We conquered and raided Orkut until it became unbearable to other people. Few adventured to Myspace (more of a business network around here) and fewer to Facebook. Now the Orkut troops are moving to Twitter and many "old school" users are already calling The end of Twitter, dominated by all useless brazilian spam. Some articles were published on "Brazilian" magazines/blogs and one of them refers to this article from McSweeney's magazine by Dan Kennedy: "Twitter seems to be, first and foremost, an online haven where teenagers making drugs can telegraph secret code words to arrange gang fights and orgies. It also functions as a vehicle for teasing peers until they commit suicide. In order to become a "follower" on Twitter, teens first must flash their high-beam headlights at an oncoming motorist on the highway. Then, if that motorist flashes his or her high-beam headlights back in reply, the teen must kill the motorist in order to be initiated into "following" the online gang. The catch is that one can only use 140 sentences to plan a total of 140 events—that is, any combination of orgies, gang fights, suicides, and highway killings totaling 140 planned situations or activities. Makeup artists working in television and film also like to use Twitter to keep in touch with each other and with current productions. Twitter is electric/computerized and available at all times, except when sexual misconduct and murder are "over capacity." During these times, teen drug makers see a picture of a dead whale alerting them to bad energy."
  2. INTJ Introverted 89 Intuitive 38 Thinking 44 Judging 1 god damn it .~.
  3. This post reminded me an old coke commercial with a swimming elephant. I put the video on the Youtube spam thread.
  4. The said soul-steel artifact had some ghost summoning abilities. Sometimes they would just spawn to annoy the hell out of me
  5. So I decided to upload a few drawings. Free time is running short, but... gotta find the old drawings. Zahak 1.0 - Yes it looks human. Zahak was a Dragon-Blooded (exalted) character before I took the name and a few of his characteristics to WoW. I didn't bother clearing the whole image. Just got the new scanner working and no drawing/editing software available. Another Dragon-Blooded character. A sorcerer from the Heptagram with a cursed soul-steel artifact. I did that in a bad day myself.. or in a boring one. First picture looks big
  6. (( Updated and some parts were reworked ))
  7. I tried reading all comment to see if someone already posted what I'm about to say, but I must admit I didn't read it all. Too many off-topic posts. What I've read (somewhere, sometime ago) is that Sylvanas will move to Northrend leaving Undercity under Varimathras control. What happens next is Varimathras taking control of the city (be it for The Legion or The Lich King), once Sylvanas is not there to threat him. His evil plots are destroyed (by some horde kids and their damn dog .__.) and Thrall puts Vol'jin as Undercity leader. (probably until Sylvanas is back, after Arthas/LK final death)
  8. <p>I like the Jawa description better. <img src="<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/tongue.png" alt=":P" srcset="<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/tongue@2x.png 2x" width="20" height="20" /></p>

  9. <p>No messages? Preposterous! <3</p>

  10. <p>Heya</p>

    <p>The full pic is on the album.</p>

  11. <p>*rolls around in the first postiness*</p>

    <p>By the way, your avatar makes me think of... a jawa that lost its eye in some terrible droid accident. What IS it??</p>

  12. Found that in a RPG book. Most of them are well known, but one or two were new to me. I hope this can be of use for the orcs out there. Orc Culture: • is concerned with survival over artistic achievement. • reveres its elderly and honors its ancestors. • does not apologize for past actions, nor does it demand apologies from its enemies. • values valor over cunning — as long as valor doesn’t lead to disaster. • resembles primitive human societies, but is far more sophisticated when examined closely. • distrusts arcane magic, especially the magic of warlocks — but does not (yet) shun arcanists.