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Post by Miss Valentine on Wed Aug 27, 2008 5:16 am

Lol probably the former XD

Cosplay or RPG?
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Post by JET73L on Wed Aug 27, 2008 7:14 pm

RPG, definitely (although, I've been making a costume since probably february of Black Mage from 8-bit theater. I just need gloves [found 'em, no money], hat [sister had one, somewhere, I may have to wait and buy a new one this october], and a shadowmask hood [have one, can't find it]).

Anime(or manga) or game character costume?
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Post by Miss Valentine on Fri Aug 29, 2008 3:45 am

Oh that's a really tough one because I like both. But I'll go for game character just because of all the great FF and KH costumes I've seen Very Happy

Websites that make cosplay costumes or self-made ones like yours? (which sounds awesome btw)
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Post by JET73L on Fri Aug 29, 2008 4:56 pm

Self-made ones. It costs more, but it's more personalised. Even if it's lower quality, it (usually) costs less, and with practice in designing and making the costumes, one can eventually rival anything found on a website, and it'll look better because it's custom-fit.

AnimeCon or E3-clone (now that E3 is press-only)?
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Post by Miss Valentine on Sun Aug 31, 2008 4:07 am

E3 Clone, since the games interest me just slightly more than the anime conventions (though I would love to go to either)

White bread or wholemeal?
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Post by JET73L on Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:01 pm

Wholemeal. White bread has an awful taste/texture combination, and I like the sunflower and poppy seeds in 12-grain wholemeal bread (my mom got it from the discount store, which never checked for mold, instead of from the Wal-Mart, so we never eat it anymore).

Discount store for money saved, or a proper supermarket or superstore for guarantee of quality? (I say proper store)
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Post by Miss Valentine on Mon Sep 01, 2008 12:39 pm

Yeah proper store. Discount stores are ok if you're in a bind, but if you can you should spend the money on good quality stuff.

CDs or Flashdrives?
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Post by JET73L on Mon Sep 01, 2008 6:31 pm

Flash drives. You can play MP3CDs on a PS2, and prerecorded music CDs on any cecent computer or CD player, but you can rewrite flash drives more easily than CD-RWs, and can't rewrite CD-Roms or CD-Rs at all.

card (CF/SD) or USB drive?
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Post by Miss Valentine on Tue Sep 02, 2008 1:49 pm

USB drive, I find cards really fussy and I do like a good flashstick. Although of course you need a card for your PSP or camera

Blu-ray or normal DVD?
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Post by JET73L on Tue Sep 02, 2008 3:46 pm

DVD. From what I've seen, Blu-ray discs take a while to load, and you have to pay a lot of money for a blu-ray machine or PS2 (unless of course you mean HDDVD, in which case I have no opinion on which should prevail)

The original Sony Minidisc or the UMD format?
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Post by Miss Valentine on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:26 am

UMD, although the minidisc was a good idea, I didn't like the compression method it used to allow more storage, it made the music quality suffer. UMDs seem to allow a lot of storage without "lossy" compression. How? I'd love to know ^^

Hmmmm I haven't seen a HDDVD for a while, I guess they kinda failed Razz

Easy to achieve "lossy" compression, or hard to achieve "loss-less" compression?
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Post by JET73L on Wed Sep 03, 2008 4:06 pm

Hard to achieve "loss-less" compression. Once you figure out how to both read and write the information in a way that doesn't lose any information, all that's left is making it cheaper to produce.

8-tracks or audiocassetes (I prefer 8-tracks myself, but mostly because I've had problems with audiocasettes that disintegrated in the player. 8-tracks are lower quality, but still working fine.)
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Post by Miss Valentine on Thu Sep 04, 2008 12:54 pm

I would choose 8 tracks. I haven't heard one myself but I've heard they are much better quality, and audio cassettes always sucked (I would re-record on them so much that the music would sound like satanic mumbling >.<)

HDDVD or laser-disc? (looking back at formats that phail)
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Post by JET73L on Thu Sep 04, 2008 6:40 pm

HDDVD. Laserdisc was cool, but HDDVD was still better by both relative price and quality, even though DVD was more successful than either.

LP or audiocassete?
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Post by Miss Valentine on Fri Sep 05, 2008 8:31 am

LP. I love the vintage vinyl sound, it blew the pant off of audiocassetes which always just sounded muddy to me.

Disney Pixar or Dreamworks?
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Post by JET73L on Fri Sep 05, 2008 11:11 pm

I don't really- Dreamworks. Definitely Dreamworks. I had to look up in Wikipedia to know who did what aside from Shrek and Toy Story, but Disney/Pixar are just ticking me off. And Dreamworks apparently has free daily breakfast and lunch for all employees, so the upper executives don;t seem as self-centered as the average.

Wallace and Gromet short cartoons (claymation) or Shaun the Sheep short cartoon (claymation, by the same team as W&G, but more recent)?
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Post by Miss Valentine on Sat Sep 06, 2008 2:33 pm

Wallace and Gromit. Shaun the Sheep is good but it seems to be more geared at a younger audience, which kinda sucks. Plus I adore Gromit Very Happy

A Close Shave or The Wrong Trousers?
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Post by JET73L on Sat Sep 06, 2008 7:30 pm

A Close Shave (assuming that's the one with the sheep-rustlers and the twist ending). The Wrong Trousers has the not-a-penguin, but it's not quite as funny, in my opinion, aside from the inherent humor in anything that involves use of the word trousers.

Shaun of the Dead or Sam Raimi's Evil Dead sequels?
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Post by Miss Valentine on Sun Sep 07, 2008 4:28 am

Evil Dead stuff, even though I do love Shaun Of The Dead, those sequels were still awesome because of how blatantly bad they were Razz

Shaun Of The Dead or Spaced series 1?
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Post by JET73L on Sun Sep 07, 2008 12:00 pm

Shaun if the dead. I have no idea what Spaced series 1 is (a parody sci-fi show?)

Star Wars (original trilogy) or Star Trek (original series)?
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Post by Miss Valentine on Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:34 pm

Star Wars, definitely, never thought much to the original Star Trek stuff, just liked a bit of Voyager.

Oh and Spaced is a comedy with Simon Pegg, but it's actually about life living in diggs in Britain, and the toils of such a life. Really funny.

Voyager or Deep Space Nine?
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Post by JET73L on Sun Sep 07, 2008 10:32 pm

Probably DS9. I've heard it recommended more often by non-obsessive fans, which implies it was more interesting for the casual viewer. Unless I'm mixing them up.

Parody of console RPGs, or parody of tabletop RPGs?
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Post by Miss Valentine on Mon Sep 08, 2008 12:15 pm

Parody of tabletops only just have the edge in this one. I love any kind of mickey take of Heroquest or such since I could never play those games seriously (having brothers who like to do impressions gives you that sense of humour ;P)

Yu-Gi-Oh! cards or Pokemon cards?
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Post by JET73L on Mon Sep 08, 2008 2:31 pm

Yu-gi-oh cards, if and only if you count just the original Duel Monsters cards. The GX and Duel Riders and Magic Robot and everything has just been getting ridiculous since the post-God Card sets came out (oh, no, 4000 attack! Nothing can beat that... Except this semi-rare 6000 attack card I just got in the new booster pack!)

Duel Masters TCG or DBZ TCG? (I play neither, but own a small collection of DBZ cards, and 3 DM cards that came with a video game)
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Post by Miss Valentine on Tue Sep 09, 2008 3:58 am

I would probably pick Duel Masters since I really can't imagine DBZ cards, whoa where did you get those? My brother and sister have a lot of Yu-Gi-Oh! assorted cards and a stupid amount of Pokemon cards.

On the subject of Yu-Gi-Oh! (which I'm now getting used to, well the original TV show anyway), Yugi or the Pharoah? I kinda like the Pharoah for some reason.
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