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Home bullet Forums bullet 116 Post(s) Found For cyke:
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News Noose | April 4, 2006 at 11:38 AM

I really cant decide if this is legit or not? is it just great cgi or is this the japanese version of Robot Wars? Very cool stuff! Elsewhere, Super Mario power-up cubes cause havoc. Dumb residents should have jumped on them and turned giant-sized! Last but not least, you can just never get enough of cool pc case mods.

Moving On | March 29, 2006 at 11:05 AM

The books by Geoff Thompson have done me a lot of good, especially "The Elephant and the Twig"
http://www.thel...d+the+twig.html


Synopsis
This is written as a guide through the process of negative thinking that binds us all. It aims to help you to take the plunge to realize your potential, so that you do not have to remain stuck in a social and lifestyle rut as if there is no alternative.

From the Publisher
14 rules to success from hard man Geoff Thompson
Have you ever heard the story of The Elephant and The Twig? In India they train obedience in young elephants (to stop them from escaping) by tying them to a huge immovable object, like a tree, when they are still very young. The tree is so large that no matter how hard the baby elephant pulls and tugs it cannot break free. This develops what is known as ‘learned helplessness’ in the creature. After trying so hard and for so long to break the hold, only to be thwarted time and again, it eventually believes that, no matter what it does, it cannot escape. Ultimately, as a fully-grown adult weighing several tons, they can tie it to a twig and it won’t escape, in fact it won’t even try.

Do you ever feel like this? That you are tied to an immovable object and can’t break free? That you couldn’t possibly give that presentation at work, that you would never be able to go it alone in business, or that you have to remain stuck in a social and lifestyle rut as there is no other alternative? Rubbish! This book shows you that, when it comes down to it, what ties you and prevents you from realising your potential is only a ‘twig’. Geoff Thompson, renowned martial artist and author of the bestselling autobiography Watch My Back, guides you through the process of breaking the negative thinking that binds us all and helps you to take the plunge and properly take on life.

Yowzers | March 29, 2006 at 11:03 AM

This is completely unofficial, but damn if it ain't just incredible. Now I want to see a cgi Transformers movie!

Google Idol. Go on, you know you want to!

Duke Puke'em | March 23, 2006 at 03:51 PM

Great little page over here with the E3 videos for Duke Nukem Forever. The 2001 version is surprisingly good, I'd play it....

Public Service Announcement | February 24, 2006 at 04:50 PM

Greatest advert for a game ever?

First shots available of Star Trek online. Find them at the bottom.

Latest Derek Smart shenanigans. Brace for impact!

Pet Hates | February 18, 2006 at 12:40 PM

I hate Death.

Turn-based War, What Is It Good For? | February 13, 2006 at 04:31 PM

FullAuto: (bloke in the stall next to me went VERY quiet when I hissed "Yes, you fucker!" when I finally won a hard-fought battle)

Quality, should have had this bit in the article

The Interweb Thingy | February 13, 2006 at 01:42 AM

Ah finally, someone posts a pic of a scantily clad wench on TLO, even better to find out it wasn't me who did it. About time we took this site to the next level folks, and became a proper p0rn merchant.

"No" you say! Bah humbugs!

Good article tho, have to agree with the sentiment about the web being shite. It was better in the earlier years when everybody had a half-assed site online on some free webspace and if you wanted some obscure info you could find some anoraks website which could sort you out.

Now search engines just give you the places you can buy anything vaguely related to the query you entered. I've found it surprisingly hard just to get sites to download official patches for games lately

The web is shite, and as someone who spends over 8 hours a day with the computer on I can say that definitely.

My name is cyke, and I have a problem....

Turn-based War, What Is It Good For? | February 13, 2006 at 01:32 AM

Awesome, people whose opinions I respect always rave about this game so good to hear it gets another favourable nod

The Day Is Today | February 12, 2006 at 12:03 PM

The american DVD rental company Netflix is covered by a local news channel, interesting stuff, check out the video clip if you have time. I'm surprised to see the DVDs are sent out in little tiny wallets and frankly those "assembly line" jobs look like hell to do. That's definitely a very repetitive task, how could you do that 37 hours a week? In a related article, Netflix are proven to be throttling their customers.

Australian woman arrested for asking a woman to be quiet in her cinema. A subject close to my heart, I do feel all cinemas should have high powered lasers installed in the roof linked to noise sensors so that people creating noise over "X" decibels are vaporised.

Leaked footage of the new Super Mario Bros Game. It's back to 2D and the gameplay looks the same as in 1982. I kinda applaud the common sense approach though.

Atari is dying. Again. Only seems fitting as the original gaming giant was resurrected a few years ago as a recognised brand and then whored out on products that had nothing to do with the original company.

Vin Diesel In A Wig | February 10, 2006 at 12:36 PM

BIZARRO!
http://progress..._trlr_01_dl.mov

Tuesday Turnips | February 7, 2006 at 12:49 PM

Some sort of softcore porn trailer out for Basic Instinct 2. Not remotely worksafe! Despite Sharon Stone desperately throwing her naked body over most scenes I just couldn't watch the whole thing. I actually think it was the music put me off, far too "late night german porn" for my liking!

Coming soon, the Playstation 9. We'll take your money if you'd like to pre-order folks! Perhaps you would like to use Googles upcoming rival to Paypal, I look forward to some real competition forcing Paypal to get its act together.

This Is Scary!!! I'm All Alone Here | February 7, 2006 at 12:48 PM

Talk wench? Not when there is a rodgering to be a-doing!

For Everything Else... | February 7, 2006 at 12:39 PM

Lady_Castlemaine:

cyke: yeah you'd want to push buttons and stick yer pin in

Go for for a quick, safe withdrawal?

all the while hoping you are not rejected?

For Everything Else... | February 7, 2006 at 12:27 AM

yeah you'd want to push buttons and stick yer pin in

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