MadCast: doublestufforeo

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About MadCast: doublestufforeo

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    Denver, CO
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    Gaming; League of Legends - Hearthstone - L4D2 - Borderlands 2 - Portal 2 - Minecraft.

    Love to travel and see the world it has to offer, love different cultures, and learning about them, especially through their foods. Huge nature guy as well, hiking, trees, stargazing, the works.

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    I'm the Big Gulp you get from behind the 7-11.
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  1. I'm definitely interested in attending, just let me know as the date gets closer so I can verify if I'm going to be there or not.
  2. Love, love, love, this idea. Y'all ready for the most monotone Adele ever?
  3. I'm down to do some exotic quests or something, I don't drink though.
  4. Greetings Guardians! This week and weeks moving forward due to a new work schedule I'll be hosting raid nights on Wednesday nights! Still at the same 8:30EST (or earlier if everyone logs on beforehand.) I will be focusing this week on Last Wish. I ask that you please brush up and watch the guide videos so kindly posted by @MadCast: Stan here. I look forward to seeing you out there Guardian.
  5. Welcome to the community! I hope to see you on more, it was great running Shattered Throne/Izinagi's with you! I can't wait to play more with you. Let me know if I can help you with anything.
  6. If you @ me day of if you need space filled. I've got a busy schedule coming up and can't commit as of right this second, but am interested.
  7. Pills here! I'm planning on doing a Left 4 Dead 2 night on Friday, April 12th, starting at 8pm EST. If we can get 8 sign ups prior then we can do some PvP maps, but if interest is dwindling and we receive less than I'd be happy to run a team of 4 and play some player created missions. I plan on the Silent Hill maps, excellent adventure, and a great add-on to the game. I also welcome you to link maps that you enjoy, or want to play. EDIT: I apologize, but I am currently too sick to run the event tonight, but would love to grab some pick up games if anyone is ever interested. (Just not today.) Thank you so much for your interest and hope to run one in the near future. - Oreo
  8. I would love to get some games started in Gauntlet: Slayer Edition, or Magicka 2. They're both 4 player games, and right now on G2A they're both less than $2 USD. Just scroll down to the instant delivery offers. You can find Gauntlet here. You can find Magicka 2 here. I know I have @MadCast: Epic on board for some Gauntlet, who else is interested?
  9. Exactly why I like it more. People singing stuff that's outside their comfort zone would be hilarious, especially if there's alcohol involved.
  10. Monster Ball, and have only songs by hit artists such as Ke$ha, Lady Gaga, and more. EDIT: My life goal has now become to get @MadCast: Kitty Stark tipsy and singing Baby Shark.
  11. We were just talking about Dune at DnD last Saturday. We had a huge debacle on the whole YA selections growing up, and the tropes that each one had and how each thing died out by a certain book, (e.g. apocalyptic pixie manic dream girl, with a love triangle, had died out with Divergent.) Apparently a lot of people didn't like The Giver as a book because most of them read it in their adulthood which was a book I so highly respected somewhere in late elementary/early middle school. // I really do have a soft spot in my heart for Call Me by Your Name: A Novel by Andre Aciman. It's one of those books for me that just transcribes the idea of being extremely vulnerable, and coming of age, and learning about love, and sex, in this perfectly wholesome environment. Saying "what if we were allowed to let love between two humans, regardless of gender, just blossom, wholeheartedly." Still though it experiences the tragedy of the outside world, and it shows as a product of the time. You can preview the book here. I also highly recommend the movie, it does a great job of portraying the feelings of the book, though a little less fast paced as the book is double spaced out over 250-ish pages. Plus the soundtrack to the movie just does it for me. Sufjan Stevens is a masterwork in it.
  12. Aww, I was super happy to have found chicken for 1.25/lb at the store, then I came home to this! I'm having a great night.