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What's happening at BTR *15*
#21
Sounds good! I hope you enjoy it.
#22
(06-30-2018, 12:52 AM)SickBeast Wrote: Sounds good!  I hope you enjoy it.

I expect it to suck just like the Crew ... until it is fully patched in a few months. I am just going to review performance.
#23
(06-30-2018, 01:58 AM)apoppin Wrote:
(06-30-2018, 12:52 AM)SickBeast Wrote: Sounds good!  I hope you enjoy it.

I expect it to suck just like the Crew ... until it is fully patched in a few months.  I am just going to review performance.

Sounds good. Have you tried it yet?
#24
Still downloading. I only have "up to" 25Mbps and it is nearly 24 GB.
#25
:tumbleweed:
#26
(06-30-2018, 02:33 AM)SickBeast Wrote: :tumbleweed:

It's pretty. Much more so than the original. And like The Crew (1), I expect Ubi will patch it into a (much more) decent game. This one is mostly SP - which is good for me. There are a lot of complaints about the MP.

As soon as my BP drops a bit more, I'll start looking for a benchmark. I moved up my acupuncture appointment to earlier in the week and may starting going much more often. I am sick of being sick and want to get back to VR.
:nerd:
#27
Well your BP would drop if you were in my situation. I'm posting this from a hammock suspended from two pine trees four hours north of civilization. It's beautiful here. It's hot but there is a nice breeze coming in off the lake. I would sleep in this thing overnight but the bugs would eat me alive.
#28
(06-30-2018, 08:55 PM)SickBeast Wrote: Well your BP would drop if you were in my situation. I'm posting this from a hammock suspended from two pine trees four hours north of civilization. It's beautiful here. It's hot but there is a nice breeze coming in off the lake. I would sleep in this thing overnight but the bugs would eat me alive.

Well, I am doing my best to relax, I have spent the entire morning with juices, supplements, herbal teas, and acupressure (and more!). But my issue is one of chemotoxicity, not relaxation. I live in a very quiet place; I have a swing on my front porch, and today is beautiful - in the low 90s F with a nice breeze. I have spent quite a bit of time outside, and my systolic pressure has dropped out of the imminent danger range to 140/82.

If it is still reasonable after my nap, then I will get back to benchmarking.

Speaking of mosquitoes, I had a irritating mosquito in my room that would buzz me at night and I could never find her. So I ate raw garlic and put some peppermint oil on my skin before going to bed. No bites. She eventually died of starvation.
:doh:

I hope you enjoy your time off with nature .. what is "hot" for you? 75 degrees F?
Cool
#29
It's 28C here with high humidity. I'm not sure what that is in Fahrenheit.

Speaking of bugs my cat managed to kill and eat a house fly yesterday. It was interesting to watch. And gross.
#30
(06-30-2018, 09:47 PM)SickBeast Wrote: It's 28C here with high humidity. I'm not sure what that is in Fahrenheit.

Speaking of bugs my cat managed to kill and eat a house fly yesterday. It was interesting to watch. And gross.

Oh my, that is hot ... 82 F

But we would consider it an abnormally cold day here - our average in July and August is 99 F; when our temperatures peak at 82 F in the Summer, it means there are thunderstorms all around.
- and 99 F is 37 C. Of course, our humidity is around 10% - so it is tolerable at mid-day but very nice in the mornings and late evenings.

"it's a dry heat" is what they say in Palm Springs (to make themselves feel better) where it is over 10 degrees F warmer in the Summer compared to where I live (plus the humidity is way higher because of multiple golf courses and the many pools there).
:sun:

You cat is a natural hunter .. it's pretty gross what they do with mice
:kitten:


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