Rank #18919 on CommentsLevel 285 Comments: More Thumbs Than A Hiroshima Survivor
OfflineSend mail to robotcomander Block robotcomander Invite robotcomander to be your friend
|Last status update:|| |
|Date Signed Up:||2/05/2011|
|FunnyJunk Career Stats|
|Highest Content Rank:||#7618|
|Highest Comment Rank:||#1754|
|Content Thumbs:||79 total, 129 , 50|
|Comment Thumbs:||8726 total, 9736 , 1010|
|Content Level Progress:|| 0% (0/5) |
Level 5 Content: New Here → Level 6 Content: New Here
|Comment Level Progress:|| 41% (41/100) |
Level 285 Comments: More Thumbs Than A Hiroshima Survivor → Level 286 Comments: More Thumbs Than A Hiroshima Survivor
|Total Comments Made:||3337|
latest user's comments
|#193 - It has the stipulation of having an adult cast. I agree with y…||07/21/2016 on Anime for adults||+1|
|#61 - I like that part too, but only when it is important to the sto…||07/19/2016 on BookStuff I found elsewhere||0|
|#54 - Never tried that. I can remember spoken things better, which i… [+] (1 new reply)||07/19/2016 on BookStuff I found elsewhere||0|
|#53 - I listen to unabridged audio books. They allow you to "re…||07/19/2016 on BookStuff I found elsewhere||0|
|#51 - I have a friend that reads that fast, but has the worst readin… [+] (3 new replies)||07/19/2016 on BookStuff I found elsewhere||0|
#54 - robotcomander (07/19/2016) [-]
Never tried that. I can remember spoken things better, which is why I love audio books, but I never stop speculating the rest of the story so I would have a very hard time doing your technique. I should tell my friend so he can maybe be able to read above a 3rd grade level
|#50 - I agree. The book's set up the world extremely well, but … [+] (3 new replies)||07/19/2016 on BookStuff I found elsewhere||+2|
#61 - robotcomander (07/19/2016) [-]
I like that part too, but only when it is important to the story. Steven Erikson's Malaga Book of the Fallen is the best example. It has a bunch of tangents but they build characters and setting relevant to the story. Tolkein on the other hand would bring something up that is cool for that moment, but then never touch on it again in the story, you would have to read another book to get why it was important.
|#56 - That seems to be the best situation to **** with someone in re…||07/17/2016 on Clever Boy||+1|
|#178 - **robotcomander used "*roll picture*"** **robotcomander rol…||07/06/2016 on DRAGONBALLZ SCAVENGER HUNT||0|
|#60 - **robotcomander used "*roll picture*"** **robotcomander rol…||03/30/2016 on Waiting for Dark Souls III...||0|
|#56 - This is a serious question and not a troll or anything, but wh… [+] (2 new replies)||03/30/2016 on Waiting for Dark Souls III...||0|
#57 - YllekNayr (03/30/2016) [-]
I have far more experience with mouse/keyboard than controllers.
I've played games with controllers, like Skyrim.
I enjoyed it, but the control was always awkward. I can never aim the camera with the kind of accuracy I want. Using a bow would have been impossible for me.
#60 - robotcomander (03/30/2016) [-]
**robotcomander used "*roll picture*"**
**robotcomander rolled image**Ah. I expected so, but just wanted to know the other side of the spectrum. I like controllers, but I do agree with you that they are not very accurate with camera movements and aiming. I don't see why they don't move like a mouse to begin with. It would just be a different perspective kind of, but I'm not paid for those kinds of ideas.
pic related this time.