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Old 10th August 2005, 15:25   #41
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you'll be back, or at least stick around for sure. I'm not an active poster here anymore, but I check the forum at least daily.

like lazyman said, when I quit the HW madness and quit gaming (except for an occasional LAN party) I got other interests. I've tried lockpicking for a good while. I got into photography too. for over a year I'm into an anime (and related manga/games) frenzy and it looks it'll dure for a while. I'm learning japanese, too.

this hobby doesn't cost me anything after all, while hardware is not
 
Old 10th August 2005, 15:33   #42
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I've tried lockpicking for a good while.
or you could try not stealing things for a living
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Old 10th August 2005, 15:50   #43
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Guys,
This hobby consists of many areas, not just having the latest and greatest and fastest CPU, boards, graphic cards and memory.

O/S guru
Office apps master
Data management
Java for games
C++ for manufacturing apps
Home security

I could name hell a lot more. We all get old; let's "grow" together with age and knowledge. And, when you come back, you will be a better person yet.
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or you could try not stealing things for a living
why spend three years of training on something if you can just use a crowbar, drill or electric device that does it?

lockpicking is an art as much as it is a skill and a hobby
 
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I was joking of course
people across the street have their own "lock picking" firm, they earn they money by hard work, but are skilled at what they do and get fair rewards too; their kid always had the latest toys
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