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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Hellz yeah! I don't get to play it much though. D:


    >_>


    Ne? What is this Ne you speak of?

    Construct an attractive coaster, let people on. Get lots of food vendors in your park.

    People will love it.

    Randomly turn it into a death machine.

    Then, ladies and gentlemen, we are at Ne level 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    If you can't take the random, stay out of the...hmm...

    I don't know, here are some waffles.




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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I try to avoid the type-specific forums. I like this diverse environment better, because the variety of communication styles I have to use with the forum members is closer to real life. I'd get exhausted with 90% INTJs (or INTPs, or INFJs).
    Yup, I agree. INTJ forums are too rigid, INFJ forums are too emotional, INTP forums are filled with an absurd amount of walls of text of analysis, etc. etc. Happy mediums are great.

    And why didn't you???
    I lack skills. D:

    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Construct an attractive coaster, let people on. Get lots of food vendors in your park.

    People will love it.

    Randomly turn it into a death machine.

    Then, ladies and gentlemen, we are at Ne level 2.
    Haha! I do this all the time. When I'm in a particularly evil mood, I make a "death park" where guests get to do lots of fun things, like being unable to exit the park, starving, drowning, and dying in horrific accidents.

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    And if you're not a vegetarian...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post

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    @DisneyGeek
    Haha Parry Gripp is awesome.

    Like these guys are.



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    Why not firefox???
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    @sprinkles - LOLWTF

    Quote Originally Posted by minutegovt View Post
    Why not firefox???
    I actually used it for quite a while. But when I tried Google Chrome just after it came out, I loved it and didn't go back. I really liked its minimalism and speed. Granted, you can make use of Firefox's addons to emulate this a bit, but I like how Chrome is out of the box.

    I now present a crazy person:

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    @sprinkles - LOLWTF


    I actually used it for quite a while. But when I tried Google Chrome just after it came out, I loved it and didn't go back. I really liked its minimalism and speed. Granted, you can make use of Firefox's addons to emulate this a bit, but I like how Chrome is out of the box.

    I now present a crazy person:
    It took me a minute to figure out what that was. Then I saw the ears LOL.
    That's pretty awesome actually.

    And yeah, I like Chrome. I use it in Windows, mainly because my Firefox caught nasty malware once and when I opened it it wouldn't work at all and then would not close again either, not even by trying to kill the process in task manager. So I said screw Firefox. I wasn't the only person that got that apparently. Too lazy to change over on linux yet but I will at some point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprinkles View Post
    It took me a minute to figure out what that was. Then I saw the ears LOL.
    That's pretty awesome actually.

    And yeah, I like Chrome. I use it in Windows, mainly because my Firefox caught nasty malware once and when I opened it it wouldn't work at all and then would not close again either, not even by trying to kill the process in task manager. So I said screw Firefox. I wasn't the only person that got that apparently. Too lazy to change over on linux yet but I will at some point.
    Use the "Adblock" extension/addon for Chrome and Firefox. It's awesome.

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