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VitM

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About VitM

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  • Birthday 04/04/1976

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    Central Florida

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  1. Figure out a way to throw them for a loop.
  2. Yes, of course. I still need to finish the trellis in the backyard for our muscadines and jasmine. Among other projects.
  3. We watched The Mitchells vs. the Machines last night on Netflix, at the recommendation of our nephew. It was a pretty cute movie with a few funny moments.
  4. No, because I don't scan QR codes for anything.
  5. I am unfamiliar with this concept. Is the A/C broken?
  6. I am sad that Florida's roads are back to normal.
  7. That cilantro and coriander are (different parts of) the same plant.
  8. My friends and I walked out of the theater for What About Bob. It was simply not funny and nobody was enjoying themselves.
  9. Yes, though nothing like @malefactus's wonderful creations.
  10. What do you mean? I'm still playing on the latest stable build and haven't tried any of the IWBUMS changes yet (granted, I don't think I can since they don't support that on GOG anymore, AFAIK). I also haven't played any Cataclysm, so that reference doesn't make any sense to me.
  11. Project Zomboid has been a favorite for a while; though I've been playing lots of Dungeon Crawl, Zorbus, and Circadian Dice lately.
  12. I'm not entirely sure, but the one I remember playing the most from those early days was Temple of Apshai on our Atari 800. I had to load the game from a cassette tape.
  13. Yes, I like sushi. I don't have a particular favorite; though I do like having enough wasabi mixed into the soy sauce to set your hair on fire. For those times I usually go with something super basic like a cucumber roll or tuna sashimi. I haven't had ramen in probably a decade, and I don't think I've ever happened to try it with egg. I do like museums. My favorites are probably the archaeological complex of Teotihuacan or the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, both in or near Mexico City.
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