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Videos & Media / A terrible L4D2 tank
« on: August 08, 2013, 06:41:20 pm »

A really bad tank in L4D2

Confogl & Miscellaneous / topgunfogl 1.0
« on: June 06, 2013, 04:06:40 pm »
I'm not joking when I say I want this to be made, but being the King that I am, I don't do any of the work myself and need some people to do the work for me.

Videos & Media / Dubstep Songs needed
« on: April 17, 2013, 12:17:04 pm »
Hey guys, I'd like to make a tanktage or something so hook me up with some sweet beats!

Videos & Media / Tank Demos
« on: April 16, 2013, 11:40:21 am »
Please give me tank demos so that I can make video with dubstep. Tanktageeeeeeeeeee

General / 29 Exercises You Can Do At Work
« on: September 04, 2012, 01:11:29 pm »
Putting in a full day at the office can make it hard to find the time to exercise. But most of us have a bit of a lag between tasks as we sit in front of our computers, and we can take advantage of a few minutes here and a few minutes there to get some physical activity in. You won’t get an extensive workout this way, but you can get enough exercise that missing a day or two of a more strenuous activity won’t make a difference. You can also avoid some of the ills that come from sitting at a desk for too long: sore wrists, stiffness, even repetitive motion injuries.

No one wants to do a mile run or anything else that will get their work clothes sweaty, but these simple exercises can keep your clothes neat and still get your heart rate up.

Feet and Legs

Toe raises. Lift your toes while keeping your heels firmly on the ground. While you can do this exercise standing, it works very well while seated.

Football foot drill. At practice, football players practice rapidly tapping their feet in place, simulating a run. Do the same thing while seated, for 30 seconds at a go.

Take the stairs. If you need a harder workout, try taking them two at a time — you’ll get a chance to stretch your legs more than you would otherwise.

Calf raises. Stand in front of a desk or other piece of furniture you can hold on to for balance. Raise your heels of the floor and slowly lower them.

Lunge. While walking, take the widest step you can and lunge forward.

Hip flexions. While sitting in your chair, lift your right foot a few inches off of the floor. Keep your knee bent at a 90 degree angle and hold the position as long as you are comfortable.

Walk the hallway. Walk down the hallway as fast as you can without actually running.

Plié squats. Point your toes outwards and take a wide stance. Slowly bend your knees in the direction of your toes. Once you can no longer see your toes, slowly stand up. While plié squats are more graceful than regular squats, give them a pass if your work attire includes a skirt.

Leg extensions. While sitting in your chair, extend your right leg until it is level with your hip. Hold as long as you are comfortable and then relax it. Alternate sides.

Hands and Arms

Shadow box. Stand up and take a couple of jabs at the air.

Arm pump. Pump both of your arms over your head for 30 seconds.

Shoulder raises. Raise your shoulder to your ear, hold and then relax. Repeat, alternating shoulders.

Wrist stretch. Stretch your arm out in front of you with the palm up. With your other hand, grab your fingers and lightly pull them down to stretch your forearm.

Tricep dips. Put your arms behind your back, resting on your chair and slowly raise and lower your self.

Elevated pushups. Lean on a sturdy piece of furniture and slowly push your body off of it in a sort of standing push up.

Hand stretches. Tense and relax the muscles in your hands. Make fists, spread your fingers and bend your fingers.

Flapping wings. Stretch both of your arms up and back, as far as you can. Bring them forward until they meet and stretch your arms out in front of you. Repeat.

Water bottle weights. Use a full water bottle as weight to increase the difficulty of your work out. You can do front raises, overhead presses and bicep curls with a water bottle.


Back twist. Sit up straight in your chair and place your right arm behind your right hip. Twist to the right and hold. Alternate sides.

Wall sits. Rest your back against a wall and move your feet away from the wall. The wall should be supporting the weight of your back and your knees should be bent. Hold the position as long as possible.

Gluteal Squeeze. Tense up the muscles of your rear end and hold for a count of 10.

Curls. Cross your arms over your chest and sit up straight. Tense your abdominal muscles and curl your shoulders towards your hips. Hold for a few seconds.

Abdominal stretch. Sit on the edge of your chair and stretch your arms out in front of you. While keeping your back straight, contract your abdominal muscles. Relax and repeat.

Neck rotations. Drop your chin and roll your neck. Raise your chin up and bend your neck to each side.

Full Body

Low-impact jumping jacks. Raise your right arm and tap your left toe to the side at the same time. Keep your right foot on the floor. Alternate sides for a full minute.

Pretend jump rope. Hop either on both feet at once or alternating feet.

Pretend jump rope, version 2. Move your arms as if you are turning a jump rope while tapping one foot in front of you. Alternate feet.

Chair dips. Place the palms of your hands on your chair and your feet on the floor. Move your rear end off of the edge of your seat. Bend your elbows and lower your body. Straighten your arms to return to the starting position.

Chair squats. Lift your rear end off of your seat and hold for a few seconds.

General / ENJOY
« on: August 29, 2012, 03:45:34 pm »

General / Diablo 3 Scrim Network
« on: May 21, 2012, 03:57:22 pm »
Anyone got 4 and want to scrim some Diablo 3? Already got a server and steam group set up and ready to go, so hit me up if you're down to brawl.

« on: May 07, 2012, 10:23:56 pm »
How Should I Feel LIVE

Confogl & Miscellaneous / Weapon Idea
« on: April 12, 2012, 11:51:27 am »
Since people aren't pleased with weapon variety, this just popped in to my head.

Mod the T2 shotgun to act like a double barrel shotgun. 2 rapid shots followed by reloading.

So you can either chose the regular shotguns that shoot slowly and have larger clips, or you can use the double barrely and shoot twice quickly then reloading.

I duno man, just a random thought in my brain. Thoughts and shit?

Looking & Recruiting / Sector 7 [s7]
« on: April 11, 2012, 01:12:45 pm »
I want to start up Sector 7 again. If you don't already know, I started Sector 7 a long time ago to help put together a team of new players for L4D2. I had an American team, and a EURO team. The American team ended being sponsored by Area 51. This time around there won't be any affiliation with Area 51, but, I will help get a group together and help them to improve in the COMPETITIVE MLG L4D2'S PRO GAMING ARENA.

The difference this time around is that I will be apart of the roster. I'll be looking for 4 NOOBIES to join up. I ask that you are a nerd and are online often, and that you can accept getting your ass kicked and making improvements where need be.

My steam ID is kill3rt0y, so add me if you are interested, blah blah.

P.S. If you join s7 you will be the winner of all games. I'm fucking full of myself.

Left 4 Dead 2 / If you could...
« on: April 11, 2012, 07:27:39 am »
...add something to L4D2 competitive gaming mlg that would make it gay as fuck, what would you add?

I would require a minimum of 4 HR's for survivors, as well as being able to have grenade launcher as a secondary weapon, and defibs.

Videos & Media / Me playing L4D IRL
« on: March 29, 2012, 05:03:48 pm »
Me playing Left 4 dead

Videos & Media / KiLLaToY caught hacking in L4D2
« on: March 28, 2012, 07:01:46 pm »
The truth is out now....

KiLLaToY caught hacking in L4D2

General / COMICS PT 2
« on: March 26, 2012, 05:37:42 pm »

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