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New years resolution
Jan 1 2009, 6:43 am
By: MillenniumArmy
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Jan 1 2009, 6:43 am MillenniumArmy Post #1

Right now it's still early for you Mountain and Pacific coastal nubs (too bad LOL), but with 2008 behind our backs, what are your new years resolutions?

And another question I want to pose is this: based on last year's new years resolution that some of you have stated, have you accomplished any of them?

First I'll start with the ones from 2008:
- Manage my time at school better FAILED
- Study more often, get better grades FAILED
- Less games or anime SUCCESS
- Learn some programming SUCCESS
- Find a girlfriend EPIC FAILED
- Finish Mini-Game Party shit... so close...

And my resolutions for this year:
- Manage my time at school better
- Study more often, get better grades
- Hang out with more people
- Learn how to cook some of the best foods
- Find a girlfriend
- Finish Mini-Game Party within the next couple days


Jan 1 2009, 6:55 am Centreri Post #2

Relatively ancient and inactive

I'm not a resolutiony kind of guy. I won't try to consciously change myself like that, though I have a lifelong one called 'Never read a 'better yourself' book'.

I guess I'd like to focus more on college.

Post has been edited 2 time(s), last time on Jan 1 2009, 7:20 am by Centreri.


Jan 1 2009, 7:13 am Excalibur Post #3

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Finish one of my many unfinished books.

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Jan 1 2009, 7:16 am ClansAreForGays Post #4

- Quit SC and devote that time to C# FAILED
- New: Get my AA so I can get the FUCK out of community college.

Jan 1 2009, 7:20 am Centreri Post #5

Relatively ancient and inactive

New one:
I want to see how far my Russian resilience to ethanol can take me \:shifty\:. Although, I doubt that I can test the full extent this year.


Jan 1 2009, 9:27 am KrayZee Post #6

All of my resolutions succeeded as planned, even though I never really posted it.

- Finish maps that are not just concepts and experiments.
- And those that I don't want to mention


Jan 1 2009, 10:18 am Lingie Post #7

Heres my resolution.

Stop Masturbating: EPIC FAIL. DO NOT WANT.


Jan 1 2009, 10:27 am Devourer Post #8


- learning programm languages SUCCESS
- get a girlfriend FAILED
- body training SUCCESS ;D
- less gaming HALF SUCCESS (I game less, but I go on SEN each 5 minutes when I'm at a computer \:D)

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Jan 1 2009, 11:02 am O)FaRTy1billion[MM] Post #9

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Um. I don't usually set these things...
Last year - N/A (?)

Wut I want 2 du lolol:
Practice music more (I started in September. \:D)
Finish some major proggy projects. I released some more minor projects... but I want to finish like SCD4, my Tetris game, maybe get back to work on my RPG, TrigPlug (if poiuy doesn't finish it ;o), etc...
And get fat just to laugh at those trying to do the opposite (Last time when I wasn't really trying I had Burger King, chips, and soda like every day for most meals and lost 5-10 pounds. xP Epic lulz.)

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Jan 1 2009, 12:12 pm JaFF Post #10

I don't make resolutions, but if I were asked to make one, it would consist of only one point:

-Make steps towards moral and mental freedom.

It's impossible to become free in one year (if possible at all), but it is possible to be moving towards my goal.


Jan 1 2009, 2:43 pm Fisty Post #11

You see...I am fairly certain I made some, but I forgot them all.


Jan 1 2009, 2:57 pm Doodan Post #12

I had only one resolution for 2008:

Make first feature film: FAILED

My resolution for 2009 is to "improve my work habits," whereby I do schoolwork and workwork as soon as I get it instead of procrastinating.


Jan 1 2009, 3:34 pm Biophysicist Post #13

-Stop procrastinating.
-Do homework AT HOME, not on the bus the next day.
-Aquire social skills (I can already tell this one is going to fail...)
-Finish Build-A-Ship Workshop, The Battle of Breach, and Biophysics (my mod).
-Finish first episode of my webshow by the end of January.


Jan 1 2009, 3:39 pm Fisty Post #14

Quote from name:TassadarZeratul
-Aquire social skills (I can already tell this one is going to fail...)
A little confidence goes a long way. Trust me, as soon as I got the confidence to try, it was easy.


Jan 1 2009, 4:00 pm Echo Post #15

Mine is going to be almost the same as last year, since I didn't keep it.

1) Stop procrastinating, Seriously. (This is my resolution every year)
2) Manage my money
3) Gain 30 lbs (Since I somehow grew 1 inch again...)
4) Transfer into Pratt Institute
5) Become a better person (Stop swearing, lying, think bad things about people, distrust)
6) Get as much scholarships as possible
7) Stop missing church from over sleeping
8) Fix my sleeping schedule
9) Improve my self esteem
10) Learn Spanish, German, and Korean
11) Finish my maps
12) Stop wasting time doing useless and unproductive things
13) Become a better friend
14) Get to know this girl I like
15) Work on getting more resolutions and keep them!


Jan 1 2009, 6:53 pm ClansAreForGays Post #16

Quote from Centreri
New one:
I want to see how far my Russian resilience to ethanol can take me :shifty:. Although, I doubt that I can test the full extent this year.
Alright, that's it, I'm officially sick of hearing you talk about Russia.

Jan 1 2009, 7:02 pm Moose Post #17


Jan 1 2009, 7:09 pm Symmetry Post #18

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Was wondering how long this would take.

And for the record: 1680x1050

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Jan 1 2009, 7:22 pm ForTheSwarm Post #19

1280x800 ftw.

No resolutions for me. I like procrastination.


Jan 1 2009, 7:30 pm Paravin. Post #20

  • Get a girlfriend.
  • Get some SEKSY TIEMS.
  • Finish the 9th grade.
  • Get succesfully in the 10th grade.
  • Have fun in Spain. :3
  • Get an iPod. (Prefferably Touch)
  • Go to Trainings more.
  • Drink and go to parties more.
  • Not puke after drinking. :(
  • Have a nice year.

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