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#40 - Yes, but this is a third of one, therefor that 0.00001 differe…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/20/2012 on Magic 0
#43 - prettyfire (12/20/2012) [-]
What? A third of 1 is .3-repeating. .3-repeating times 3 is .9-repeating. Therefore, (and I can spell therefore, unlike you), .9-repeating equals one.
#45 - jbkubel (12/22/2012) [-]
Read my arguments I've listed below, I see no reason to write it all again.
#34 - This is however true, but if we deal with math, as you say it …  [+] (3 new replies) 12/18/2012 on Magic +1
#36 - oriolopocholo (12/18/2012) [-]
You are wrong and you should feel wrong - even after repeated mathematical and empirical demonstrations you still refuse to believe reality.
>"practical math"
>mfw
#41 - jbkubel (12/20/2012) [-]
As I tried to explain above, I get your point and if we deal with the infinite mathmatical world, then you are right. However we don't. We ude math as being finite, because if we didn't then we wouldn't be able to use math in the first place.
- I get your point, and you are just as right as I am. I've given all my arguments, and I'm therefore done with this discussion. Have a good day sir.
User avatar #42 - oriolopocholo (12/20/2012) [-]
You too. A thumb of courtesy.
#14 - Another explanation worth menitioning, is that 0.9999999 is a …  [+] (6 new replies) 12/17/2012 on Magic 0
User avatar #22 - lordbyronxiv (12/18/2012) [-]
e^(ipi) = -1 where i = imaginary unit and pi = the irrational ratio of a circle's diameter to its circumference (pi=c/d)

there are several transformations that take numbers from one "category" to the next.

truth is .9... (.9 continuous) exactly equals .1.

math is the real world.
#34 - jbkubel (12/18/2012) [-]
This is however true, but if we deal with math, as you say it is now, then the number one simply doesn't exist. It doesn't because there wouldn't be anything that would, in the real world, be 1 unit long, since you will always be able to put on more and more decimals on.
So in theory, 1 = 0.999...
However in the real world, the finite world, 1 > 0.999.. and 0.999... Will end at some point. This is what we use in the real world. Of course math is a theory, and this problem is known as a mathmatical paradox, however at some point you have to make a decission, and look at whether or not it's 1 or < than one. At some point, 0.999... Will get so close to one, that there would quite litteraly be nothing in between other than theory. If you look at it from the perspective of the real world, of us right now, you would at some point get so close to 1, even atoms would be too big to be there.
Therefor it is in practical math, that 0.999... < 1 so it is the only sensible thing to have accordingly to what is both logical, and what it is practical.
To end off, the infinite world, really doesn't exist, becuase we don't use it. I know my logic here is flawed, but math it self would litteraly be impossible to deal with in any way, shape or form, if we used the infinite world.
#36 - oriolopocholo (12/18/2012) [-]
You are wrong and you should feel wrong - even after repeated mathematical and empirical demonstrations you still refuse to believe reality.
>"practical math"
>mfw
#41 - jbkubel (12/20/2012) [-]
As I tried to explain above, I get your point and if we deal with the infinite mathmatical world, then you are right. However we don't. We ude math as being finite, because if we didn't then we wouldn't be able to use math in the first place.
- I get your point, and you are just as right as I am. I've given all my arguments, and I'm therefore done with this discussion. Have a good day sir.
User avatar #42 - oriolopocholo (12/20/2012) [-]
You too. A thumb of courtesy.
#18 - fefe (12/18/2012) [-]
[url deleted]
Please educate yourself.
#13 - You're wrong, what y ou are dealing with to get one, is 0.3333…  [+] (14 new replies) 12/17/2012 on Magic +1
#39 - prettyfire (12/18/2012) [-]
no there will NOT be a 4 you idiot. 3 rounds DOWN. Did you take fucking third grade math?
#40 - jbkubel (12/20/2012) [-]
Yes, but this is a third of one, therefor that 0.00001 difference adds up to the other making that 0.999999 a 1 instead.
#43 - prettyfire (12/20/2012) [-]
What? A third of 1 is .3-repeating. .3-repeating times 3 is .9-repeating. Therefore, (and I can spell therefore, unlike you), .9-repeating equals one.
#45 - jbkubel (12/22/2012) [-]
Read my arguments I've listed below, I see no reason to write it all again.
#19 - fefe (12/18/2012) [-]
x = .999999....
10x = 9.999999.......
10x - x = 9.999999...... - .999999......
9x = 9
x = 1

That's the proof. Stop spouting nonsense.
#23 - howaboutnsfw (12/18/2012) [-]
Technically not true...
When you subtract the numbers, x will have one more decimal place beyond 10x at every given extent. The limitation is how many decimal points to you consider significant, but no mater where that is. So really you are left with an infinitely small remainder which you ignore.
9.9999999999999999999999...
-0.99999999999999999999999...
=9.0000000000000000000000...1
Just how you would expect it to...
#44 - prettyfire (12/20/2012) [-]
butbutbut... why would x have one more decimal place? They both have the same number of decimal places, because they both have infinite decimal places. And why would ANYONE expect 0.9-0.9 to be 0.01? Because even though there are more 9's and more 0's, that's basically what it comes out to.
#14 - jbkubel (12/17/2012) [-]
Another explanation worth menitioning, is that 0.9999999 is a number in the infinite world, while 1 is the number in the finite world thus prooving they are not the same number, they aren't even in the same categories of number. 0.99999... Is not even an existing number in that sense.
User avatar #22 - lordbyronxiv (12/18/2012) [-]
e^(ipi) = -1 where i = imaginary unit and pi = the irrational ratio of a circle's diameter to its circumference (pi=c/d)

there are several transformations that take numbers from one "category" to the next.

truth is .9... (.9 continuous) exactly equals .1.

math is the real world.
#34 - jbkubel (12/18/2012) [-]
This is however true, but if we deal with math, as you say it is now, then the number one simply doesn't exist. It doesn't because there wouldn't be anything that would, in the real world, be 1 unit long, since you will always be able to put on more and more decimals on.
So in theory, 1 = 0.999...
However in the real world, the finite world, 1 > 0.999.. and 0.999... Will end at some point. This is what we use in the real world. Of course math is a theory, and this problem is known as a mathmatical paradox, however at some point you have to make a decission, and look at whether or not it's 1 or < than one. At some point, 0.999... Will get so close to one, that there would quite litteraly be nothing in between other than theory. If you look at it from the perspective of the real world, of us right now, you would at some point get so close to 1, even atoms would be too big to be there.
Therefor it is in practical math, that 0.999... < 1 so it is the only sensible thing to have accordingly to what is both logical, and what it is practical.
To end off, the infinite world, really doesn't exist, becuase we don't use it. I know my logic here is flawed, but math it self would litteraly be impossible to deal with in any way, shape or form, if we used the infinite world.
#36 - oriolopocholo (12/18/2012) [-]
You are wrong and you should feel wrong - even after repeated mathematical and empirical demonstrations you still refuse to believe reality.
>"practical math"
>mfw
#41 - jbkubel (12/20/2012) [-]
As I tried to explain above, I get your point and if we deal with the infinite mathmatical world, then you are right. However we don't. We ude math as being finite, because if we didn't then we wouldn't be able to use math in the first place.
- I get your point, and you are just as right as I am. I've given all my arguments, and I'm therefore done with this discussion. Have a good day sir.
User avatar #42 - oriolopocholo (12/20/2012) [-]
You too. A thumb of courtesy.
#18 - fefe (12/18/2012) [-]
[url deleted]
Please educate yourself.
#11 - It really isn't... It's a math trick, however it doesn't apply…  [+] (16 new replies) 12/17/2012 on Magic +1
User avatar #12 - oriolopocholo (12/17/2012) [-]
1 = 0.999... periodical
proof:
1/3 = 0.333... periodical
3/3 = 1 = 0.333... periodical * 3 = 0.999... periodical
do you even brain
#13 - jbkubel (12/17/2012) [-]
You're wrong, what y ou are dealing with to get one, is 0.3333333 ... (this will continue you on for infinity, but at the ''end'' there will be a 4) ... 3333333334

The third of 0.999 is 0.333 which is correct, but not 0,333333334 .
I hope you get what I'm saying here, otherwise I'll send you a more detailed explanation.
#39 - prettyfire (12/18/2012) [-]
no there will NOT be a 4 you idiot. 3 rounds DOWN. Did you take fucking third grade math?
#40 - jbkubel (12/20/2012) [-]
Yes, but this is a third of one, therefor that 0.00001 difference adds up to the other making that 0.999999 a 1 instead.
#43 - prettyfire (12/20/2012) [-]
What? A third of 1 is .3-repeating. .3-repeating times 3 is .9-repeating. Therefore, (and I can spell therefore, unlike you), .9-repeating equals one.
#45 - jbkubel (12/22/2012) [-]
Read my arguments I've listed below, I see no reason to write it all again.
#19 - fefe (12/18/2012) [-]
x = .999999....
10x = 9.999999.......
10x - x = 9.999999...... - .999999......
9x = 9
x = 1

That's the proof. Stop spouting nonsense.
#23 - howaboutnsfw (12/18/2012) [-]
Technically not true...
When you subtract the numbers, x will have one more decimal place beyond 10x at every given extent. The limitation is how many decimal points to you consider significant, but no mater where that is. So really you are left with an infinitely small remainder which you ignore.
9.9999999999999999999999...
-0.99999999999999999999999...
=9.0000000000000000000000...1
Just how you would expect it to...
#44 - prettyfire (12/20/2012) [-]
butbutbut... why would x have one more decimal place? They both have the same number of decimal places, because they both have infinite decimal places. And why would ANYONE expect 0.9-0.9 to be 0.01? Because even though there are more 9's and more 0's, that's basically what it comes out to.
#14 - jbkubel (12/17/2012) [-]
Another explanation worth menitioning, is that 0.9999999 is a number in the infinite world, while 1 is the number in the finite world thus prooving they are not the same number, they aren't even in the same categories of number. 0.99999... Is not even an existing number in that sense.
User avatar #22 - lordbyronxiv (12/18/2012) [-]
e^(ipi) = -1 where i = imaginary unit and pi = the irrational ratio of a circle's diameter to its circumference (pi=c/d)

there are several transformations that take numbers from one "category" to the next.

truth is .9... (.9 continuous) exactly equals .1.

math is the real world.
#34 - jbkubel (12/18/2012) [-]
This is however true, but if we deal with math, as you say it is now, then the number one simply doesn't exist. It doesn't because there wouldn't be anything that would, in the real world, be 1 unit long, since you will always be able to put on more and more decimals on.
So in theory, 1 = 0.999...
However in the real world, the finite world, 1 > 0.999.. and 0.999... Will end at some point. This is what we use in the real world. Of course math is a theory, and this problem is known as a mathmatical paradox, however at some point you have to make a decission, and look at whether or not it's 1 or < than one. At some point, 0.999... Will get so close to one, that there would quite litteraly be nothing in between other than theory. If you look at it from the perspective of the real world, of us right now, you would at some point get so close to 1, even atoms would be too big to be there.
Therefor it is in practical math, that 0.999... < 1 so it is the only sensible thing to have accordingly to what is both logical, and what it is practical.
To end off, the infinite world, really doesn't exist, becuase we don't use it. I know my logic here is flawed, but math it self would litteraly be impossible to deal with in any way, shape or form, if we used the infinite world.
#36 - oriolopocholo (12/18/2012) [-]
You are wrong and you should feel wrong - even after repeated mathematical and empirical demonstrations you still refuse to believe reality.
>"practical math"
>mfw
#41 - jbkubel (12/20/2012) [-]
As I tried to explain above, I get your point and if we deal with the infinite mathmatical world, then you are right. However we don't. We ude math as being finite, because if we didn't then we wouldn't be able to use math in the first place.
- I get your point, and you are just as right as I am. I've given all my arguments, and I'm therefore done with this discussion. Have a good day sir.
User avatar #42 - oriolopocholo (12/20/2012) [-]
You too. A thumb of courtesy.
#18 - fefe (12/18/2012) [-]
[url deleted]
Please educate yourself.
#10 - Comment deleted 12/17/2012 on Magic 0
#1 - You must litteraly be retarded if you think this makes any sen…  [+] (20 new replies) 12/17/2012 on Magic +3
User avatar #9 - gangstabudhist (12/17/2012) [-]
http:// www.youtube. com/watch?v=TINfzxSnnIE
#21 - fefe (12/18/2012) [-]
Not true. .9999999... is an indeterminate value. You can say
lim x->infinity of a sum that models .999999... equals 1 but there IS a distinction between limits and values. .9999999 cannot equal 1 in the real world but in fact is infinitely close to one. however the limit is the same so in calculus by applying limits we can treat them as the same number.
User avatar #8 - gangstabudhist (12/17/2012) [-]
dude, it does. watch this shit. its magical
[url deleted]
#11 - jbkubel (12/17/2012) [-]
It really isn't... It's a math trick, however it doesn't apply for the real world at all. 1=1 and 0.999 = 0.999 simple as that. If you can even brain, then just by giving a good hard think, you will realize this as well. Look through the video, and think hard
User avatar #12 - oriolopocholo (12/17/2012) [-]
1 = 0.999... periodical
proof:
1/3 = 0.333... periodical
3/3 = 1 = 0.333... periodical * 3 = 0.999... periodical
do you even brain
#13 - jbkubel (12/17/2012) [-]
You're wrong, what y ou are dealing with to get one, is 0.3333333 ... (this will continue you on for infinity, but at the ''end'' there will be a 4) ... 3333333334

The third of 0.999 is 0.333 which is correct, but not 0,333333334 .
I hope you get what I'm saying here, otherwise I'll send you a more detailed explanation.
#39 - prettyfire (12/18/2012) [-]
no there will NOT be a 4 you idiot. 3 rounds DOWN. Did you take fucking third grade math?
#40 - jbkubel (12/20/2012) [-]
Yes, but this is a third of one, therefor that 0.00001 difference adds up to the other making that 0.999999 a 1 instead.
#43 - prettyfire (12/20/2012) [-]
What? A third of 1 is .3-repeating. .3-repeating times 3 is .9-repeating. Therefore, (and I can spell therefore, unlike you), .9-repeating equals one.
#45 - jbkubel (12/22/2012) [-]
Read my arguments I've listed below, I see no reason to write it all again.
#19 - fefe (12/18/2012) [-]
x = .999999....
10x = 9.999999.......
10x - x = 9.999999...... - .999999......
9x = 9
x = 1

That's the proof. Stop spouting nonsense.
#23 - howaboutnsfw (12/18/2012) [-]
Technically not true...
When you subtract the numbers, x will have one more decimal place beyond 10x at every given extent. The limitation is how many decimal points to you consider significant, but no mater where that is. So really you are left with an infinitely small remainder which you ignore.
9.9999999999999999999999...
-0.99999999999999999999999...
=9.0000000000000000000000...1
Just how you would expect it to...
#44 - prettyfire (12/20/2012) [-]
butbutbut... why would x have one more decimal place? They both have the same number of decimal places, because they both have infinite decimal places. And why would ANYONE expect 0.9-0.9 to be 0.01? Because even though there are more 9's and more 0's, that's basically what it comes out to.
#14 - jbkubel (12/17/2012) [-]
Another explanation worth menitioning, is that 0.9999999 is a number in the infinite world, while 1 is the number in the finite world thus prooving they are not the same number, they aren't even in the same categories of number. 0.99999... Is not even an existing number in that sense.
User avatar #22 - lordbyronxiv (12/18/2012) [-]
e^(ipi) = -1 where i = imaginary unit and pi = the irrational ratio of a circle's diameter to its circumference (pi=c/d)

there are several transformations that take numbers from one "category" to the next.

truth is .9... (.9 continuous) exactly equals .1.

math is the real world.
#34 - jbkubel (12/18/2012) [-]
This is however true, but if we deal with math, as you say it is now, then the number one simply doesn't exist. It doesn't because there wouldn't be anything that would, in the real world, be 1 unit long, since you will always be able to put on more and more decimals on.
So in theory, 1 = 0.999...
However in the real world, the finite world, 1 > 0.999.. and 0.999... Will end at some point. This is what we use in the real world. Of course math is a theory, and this problem is known as a mathmatical paradox, however at some point you have to make a decission, and look at whether or not it's 1 or < than one. At some point, 0.999... Will get so close to one, that there would quite litteraly be nothing in between other than theory. If you look at it from the perspective of the real world, of us right now, you would at some point get so close to 1, even atoms would be too big to be there.
Therefor it is in practical math, that 0.999... < 1 so it is the only sensible thing to have accordingly to what is both logical, and what it is practical.
To end off, the infinite world, really doesn't exist, becuase we don't use it. I know my logic here is flawed, but math it self would litteraly be impossible to deal with in any way, shape or form, if we used the infinite world.
#36 - oriolopocholo (12/18/2012) [-]
You are wrong and you should feel wrong - even after repeated mathematical and empirical demonstrations you still refuse to believe reality.
>"practical math"
>mfw
#41 - jbkubel (12/20/2012) [-]
As I tried to explain above, I get your point and if we deal with the infinite mathmatical world, then you are right. However we don't. We ude math as being finite, because if we didn't then we wouldn't be able to use math in the first place.
- I get your point, and you are just as right as I am. I've given all my arguments, and I'm therefore done with this discussion. Have a good day sir.
User avatar #42 - oriolopocholo (12/20/2012) [-]
You too. A thumb of courtesy.
#18 - fefe (12/18/2012) [-]
[url deleted]
Please educate yourself.
#7 - Two words... Too... Soon... 12/15/2012 on Shooting -1
#36 - Ignore the anno... Thumbed you back up 12/15/2012 on Oh God, not the feel train -5
#35 - There has been plenty of psycho tragedies like the ones in Ame… 12/15/2012 on Oh God, not the feel train +1
#227 - I think you're misunderstanding my point. I know Spain has…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/15/2012 on Kebab 0
User avatar #248 - arandomanon (12/15/2012) [-]
Well my objection was that most of them are illegally here.
#211 - Get your facts straight mate ^^ ... Every EU country has accep…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/15/2012 on Kebab 0
User avatar #215 - arandomanon (12/15/2012) [-]
All the barbed wire and the armed guards that are on the border and all the inmigrants that come here and are either "imprisoned" (not exactly but like if they were) or deported tell me you're wrong.
#227 - jbkubel (12/15/2012) [-]
I think you're misunderstanding my point.
I know Spain has one of the largest immigration % in EU. However, the way I understood your objection, with you not calling the immigrants, is ireleavent to whether or not they should be allowed there, because for you to be a part of EU, you have to accept the EU immigration policy, which is divided by several EU cards. For an example the EU blue card, which gives skilled immigrants easier entrance to a country. Therefor you have agreed, that the immigrants should be allowed in your country. Of course there will always be some exceptions with illegal immegrants, but that is a whole other discussion.

tl;dr
You have accepted the immigrant policy by beeing in EU. There will always be exceptions and illegal immigrants.
User avatar #248 - arandomanon (12/15/2012) [-]
Well my objection was that most of them are illegally here.
#203 - Spain is a part of EU, in other words they have to have fairly…  [+] (5 new replies) 12/15/2012 on Kebab 0
User avatar #206 - arandomanon (12/15/2012) [-]
Dude, we have "fairly open borders" to other EU countries. Not to others. Do you see USA-Mexico border? We have something like that on Morocco-Spain border.
#211 - jbkubel (12/15/2012) [-]
Get your facts straight mate ^^ ... Every EU country has accept x amount of non European citizen each year ^^ (I don't remember the exact number, but you get the picture)
User avatar #215 - arandomanon (12/15/2012) [-]
All the barbed wire and the armed guards that are on the border and all the inmigrants that come here and are either "imprisoned" (not exactly but like if they were) or deported tell me you're wrong.
#227 - jbkubel (12/15/2012) [-]
I think you're misunderstanding my point.
I know Spain has one of the largest immigration % in EU. However, the way I understood your objection, with you not calling the immigrants, is ireleavent to whether or not they should be allowed there, because for you to be a part of EU, you have to accept the EU immigration policy, which is divided by several EU cards. For an example the EU blue card, which gives skilled immigrants easier entrance to a country. Therefor you have agreed, that the immigrants should be allowed in your country. Of course there will always be some exceptions with illegal immegrants, but that is a whole other discussion.

tl;dr
You have accepted the immigrant policy by beeing in EU. There will always be exceptions and illegal immigrants.
User avatar #248 - arandomanon (12/15/2012) [-]
Well my objection was that most of them are illegally here.
#214 - Don't forget Ratchet and Clank! Favourite games of all type (w… 12/14/2012 on PS2 +2
#137 - True that I don't know whether or not it's true. However, I am… 12/12/2012 on Counter strike 0
#132 - ... Why and how? I'm confused 12/11/2012 on Counter strike -1
#129 - You are quite litteraly the most retarded person I know xD ...…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/11/2012 on Counter strike 0
#131 - KungFuZerO (12/11/2012) [-]






Putting "xD" after insulting someone makes you a douche bag
#132 - jbkubel (12/11/2012) [-]
... Why and how? I'm confused
#124 - Dude... You don't share these kind of things with anyone... Yo…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/11/2012 on Counter strike +2
#133 - cheastnut (12/11/2012) [-]
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User avatar #17 - crazyhindu (11/27/2012) [-]
my bad
#148 - An interview with Toby... Heres a link :3 Part 1: https :…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/22/2012 on Ted Roosevelts Diary When... 0
User avatar #149 - thatsnotmyname (11/22/2012) [-]
thanks a bunch man
#143 - Watched that show D: it was awful to see him break out in tear…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/21/2012 on Ted Roosevelts Diary When... 0
User avatar #144 - thatsnotmyname (11/21/2012) [-]
what was it? looks cool
#148 - jbkubel (11/22/2012) [-]
An interview with Toby... Heres a link :3
Part 1: https ://www.youtube .com/watch ?v=JRgrP1Q2VI8&feature=related (remember to remove the spaces
Part 2: https ://www.youtube .com/watch ?v=i_Yy197HYe8&feature=relmfu

I'm sorry, but I don't remember which part he broke down in :(
User avatar #149 - thatsnotmyname (11/22/2012) [-]
thanks a bunch man
#113 - This is amazing! Here have this in return :) 11/21/2012 on Happiness(Read description!!) 0
#1173 - Most likely if true story ^^ 11/18/2012 on Why I Dont Write Happy... 0
#58 - Cross your eyes 11/17/2012 on Chuck norris +3

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User avatar #19 - sorenlolz (03/17/2013) [-]
You need to login to view this link This is the server IP GET ON NOW
#21 to #19 - jbkubel (03/17/2013) [-]
Hurry, your skype; Teamspeak or anything like that...
#20 to #19 - jbkubel (03/17/2013) [-]
I am on...
User avatar #22 to #20 - sorenlolz (03/17/2013) [-]
Add me on steam, sorenlolz
User avatar #14 - sorenlolz (03/16/2013) [-]
What's your Minecraft name?
#16 to #14 - jbkubel (03/17/2013) [-]
I was wondering, should we speak over skype while the match is going on, or what do you think?
User avatar #18 to #16 - sorenlolz (03/17/2013) [-]
You there?
User avatar #17 to #16 - phanact (03/17/2013) [-]
Yea, you probably should
#15 to #14 - jbkubel (03/16/2013) [-]
vand2
#5 - sorenlolz (03/11/2013) [-]
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You mind telling me where in the world you're from?
#6 to #5 - jbkubel (03/11/2013) [-]
I'm from little Denmark in Scandinavia :)    
 - Minnesota? That is awesome ^^ I've always wanted to visit northeren America ^^
I'm from little Denmark in Scandinavia :)
- Minnesota? That is awesome ^^ I've always wanted to visit northeren America ^^
#7 to #6 - sorenlolz (03/11/2013) [-]
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Not to much here there is snow and trees. I stay inside all day.
#8 to #7 - jbkubel (03/12/2013) [-]
Well... Pretty much the same as Denmark... Terrible weather 85% 10% snow and 5 % good sunny days
#10 to #9 - jbkubel (03/12/2013) [-]
Well... At least it ain't like Canada...
Well... At least it ain't like Canada...
User avatar #11 to #10 - sorenlolz (03/12/2013) [-]
So I assume you know how to minecraft?
#12 to #11 - jbkubel (03/12/2013) [-]
I'm fairly experienced, yeah. However I mostly built redstone stuff and rather large buildings and other projects, I have been involved with a few PvP orientated things.
I'm fairly experienced, yeah. However I mostly built redstone stuff and rather large buildings and other projects, I have been involved with a few PvP orientated things.
User avatar #13 to #12 - sorenlolz (03/13/2013) [-]
I'm mostly good at mining and what not, but I can PVP.
#4 to #2 - jbkubel (07/17/2012) [-]
Awesome bro!
User avatar #1 - pagazz (07/17/2012) [-]
Am I assuming correctly that you want a male skin?
#3 to #1 - jbkubel (07/17/2012) [-]
Exactly :p
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