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RE: [OT] Too many video games (was Re: [vox] cheating at quake)



Kart 64 rocks!!  Hmmm, maybe we should have a meeting just dedicated to a Kart 
tournament :)

-B
> 
> 
> How much Quake was THAT?  I ask because, given the right major, one can get 
> away with an awful lot of game time.  One of my former roommates, a 
> Classics major, had enough free time to play a LOT of Mario Kart.  She had 
> enough time to determine which players were better on which racetracks, 
> whereas I was not 100% sure how to stay on the road.
> So, yeah, if you're an Biology & Electrical Engineering double major or 
> something when you first take up Quake, you might have a dearth of gaming 
> time, but it seems like you could "solve" that problem by switching to 
> Basket Weaving or something equally lightweight.  Presto... game time!
> 
> --n twn
> 
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