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Iwesshome

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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #15 on: 30 May 2003, 02:02:59 »
 :hmm:

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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #16 on: 30 May 2003, 02:09:17 »
i was one of the first on that forum... jeeze how things have changed - the old forums of 500 people at most.... and then to Mk2 when it was obvious we needed a server... and now mk3? or is it mk4? lordy i loose track.

concept 5 was indeed the days... some great times to be had on that site something like 18 months ago... and now look at it... and im still here!

Noon... shoot me... please.... aaaargh  ::)
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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #17 on: 30 May 2003, 02:09:25 »
Brendan, I can't remember seeing you around at concept-5...

The good thing about the OFP editing community is that you get your reputation with your achievements and not with the amount of pointless waffle you produce.
« Last Edit: 30 May 2003, 02:26:42 by Sefe »

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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #18 on: 30 May 2003, 02:11:02 »
touche  ;)
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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #19 on: 30 May 2003, 03:57:27 »
Well, I don't to get banned talk bout concept-5 but I'll say one thing, I got OFP in NOV. of 2001 and then stopped playing in FEB or MARCH of last year, I came here once or twice and saw alot of CODE SNIPETs as they were called by you guys and some even by snYpir.

Ah CONCEPT-5, I remember your guys campaign site too.  Anyways, yes I love OFPEC and it has improved since concept-5, wait now, i'm confussed, is this on topic, I don't remember were I am now  :P :-\ :'(

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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #20 on: 30 May 2003, 09:36:13 »
Anyone remember the good old days of CONCEPT-5?

I do...I'm still having therapy to forget them.

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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #21 on: 30 May 2003, 11:23:58 »
Between my RL job, my GF and OFPEC my life is stretched three ways at the moment. ;D

This isn't a problem, because OFPEC is a great hobby.

Sorry about the not-answering IM thing. I do read them, but quite honestly if they require me to do too much thinking, I just sort of blank out and forget to reply :-[

And then I accidently think (a week or so later) that I have replied to them, and delete them. ::)

This is a serious concern for me because I know people hate to be ignored. Sometimes it is easier to say nothing as opposed to 'no', as well.

In a month I am going away for 6 weeks and I have set the end of June as the 'finish' for OFPEC mark III (or is it IV?). Between designing a super config mod for OFP (something that the community desperately needs) and finishing the site, my time is limited.

So, my friends, bear with me, and hang in there - only 420 days or so to go before the release of OFP 2 ;D
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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #22 on: 30 May 2003, 11:59:07 »
im not sure either.... is it III or IV?

concept-5 = I
then www.ofpeditingcenter.com = II
then www.ofpec.com = III
then Hubba's server = IV

so number IV i think.  :P
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bmgarcangel

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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #23 on: 30 May 2003, 15:42:11 »
Hey,

Was Balistic Studio's a OFPEC thing way back when?

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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #24 on: 30 May 2003, 17:21:26 »
no

but tiger who is da founder of BAS is also da founder of OFPEC ;D

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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #25 on: 30 May 2003, 17:30:39 »
The good thing about the OFP editing community is that you get your reputation with your achievements and not with the amount of pointless waffle you produce.

Thats a good point. I haven't acheived anything though...yet....come back to ofpec tomorrow, and read the news, or the GA board...

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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #26 on: 30 May 2003, 21:49:52 »
Ah, good point.  Fragasta by pointing that out  :P

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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #27 on: 30 May 2003, 22:05:17 »


Quote

by: fragsta

Thats a good point. I haven't acheived anything though...yet....


Neah  ???  neah improved missions back homie? neah super cool editing skills, compared to where ya were standing before  ??? I can hardly believe my ears!


The good thing about the OFP editing community is that you get your reputation
with your achievements and not with the amount of pointless waffle you produce.

I think, the good thing about 'post-wolfsbane-ofpec' is the loss of all title crap & post counts.
Except perhaps from wolfrug's latest - he really deserves a nicky, just for being the d00d he is  8) :-*



(an' yes, I still hate yer avy, seffy!)




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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #28 on: 30 May 2003, 23:48:09 »
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Neah  ???  neah improved missions back homie? neah super cool editing skills, compared to where ya were standing before  ??? I can hardly believe my ears!

Where was I standing before? And what does Neah mean?

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Re:A sentimental moment...
« Reply #29 on: 31 May 2003, 00:19:51 »
Tomorrow news flash:
   
   "Another victim was taken by the horrible 'so called language', also somewhere known as the Tombish. The by standers report heavy abuse of meaninless words and some bad quoting. Here's a gentlemen who got away: 'Yes it was horrible, I've never been so scared in my life. I saw the nick and the avatar, closed my eyes and ran like never before. Luckily the balcony was just  a few steops away so I could jump out to safety'.
    The police are not giving any statements for the time being, but the rumor is they have a suspect. This is Casey Jones, reporting to you live from OFPEC saloon".
« Last Edit: 31 May 2003, 00:21:05 by Artak »
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