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    posted a message on PROBABLY THE LARGEST MINECRAFT PROJECT EVER!
    No offense, but this might will takes years, not just the summer. It would be better to render it. You're going to need a high end server, a precise 3D model of the WHOLE US with color, a lot of time and still have a lot of errors. It would be better to do it by hand (with a plugin), but it'll still take years or maybe decades. Sorry.
    Posted in: Server Recruitment
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    posted a message on SLAM YOUR FACE ON YOUR KEYBOARD AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS
    Posted in: Forum Games
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    posted a message on Should the USA switch to the metric system?
    I think that's why they should change slowly. For the people who are already went to school or are going, change slowly until they get the hand of it. For pre-schoolers or kindergardeners, introduce the system normally. An example for changing in people who are in schools is having a special lesson maybe once a week to learn about the system and start incorporating it more in classes and real life. For adults, have a website for them to learn as well as some local events too. Putting everything in both metric and imperial and then when it's the next generation, completely wipe out the imperial system.
    Posted in: General Off Topic
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    posted a message on Getting a new computer
    Quote from 1TrollLtd

    The video that most people follow. It's a step by step guide that I suggest the OP look at so he can find:
    The "difficulty" of building a pc.
    The worth of building your own pc for gaming/recording/whatever.


    Macbooks are pieces of stuff that can't do anything, yet they are very popular. Why? The sticker. Slap on a sticker, "OMG GET ME THAT!". They have no worth for thousands of dollars.
    Quote from Mutant_Doctor

    I still don't know many people who would pay 1.9k for a laptop, I know I wouldn't

    I don't like Macbooks either. I'm entirely against them. And it would be 1.6K, much less, but still a lot. I think it would actually be fun to build a computer, even if it's difficult. Especially because I can switch it's parts easily.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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