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How to win in online cricket betting? by Anonymous on Thu Aug 20, 2015 4:01 am
Cricket as a game has come a long way from being a loved source of entertainment to a passion that burns within the hearts and minds of people in India. The game has inspired many and lately, has also helped fans earn good returns using the convenient betting platform offered at Online Cricket Betting.

Speculations and apprehensions have, for many years now, clouded the judgment of those who want to but, are not as keen as they should be to try their luck with cricket betting. Online Cricket Betting makes the decision less stressful and more informative by offering advice,guidance and cricket betting tips.
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Guilty Pleasure and Chilling! by JayVX on Sat Jul 20, 2013 2:19 pm
Alright, so this is a gaming forum, lets do something irrational! Lets talk about games!

So i'm not sure if you play games dependant on mood or not but i do at times. I also have mood music for each game.

For me, if i'm playing a game like League of Legends, i'll put on some dubstep and go hardcore. So heavy music, heavy game. I hope you see where i'm going with this!

So say i was in a chilled out mood. My Chill game is Minecraft, its simple, easy and laid back. Its a sandbox really and theres so much to do, it just kills time and chills you out. A beer, a pack of cigs, Minecraft and my music of choice is some Deadmau5, chilled, right?

Guilty pleasures then. As far as music goes, i don't really have guilty music. But for games, yes, i have a guilty game. Mine would be Sims 3. Its the game i go to when i'm not wanting to play serious, when i want to just mess around and again, kill time.

So my question to you guys is the following. What is your guilty pleasure game and chilled game...

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I'm back...I had forgotten my login..derp by 0rion_Thunderpants on Mon Aug 11, 2014 2:03 pm
I was looking for some reviews on open world fps for ps3 or Saints row 4 and figured I'd take a shot at signing in and kerploooey. Like a fart in a balloon, it just didn't work like I would hope. But the next try did, so here I am. When I joined there were less than 500 members I believe. Look at you now. All grown up and growing hair in strange places. Anyways look me up if you want to shoot me. I suck so it's pretty fun. As I did when I joined I'll leave you with a heart warming poem obscurity relative of my gs experience to date. Ahem..ahem..

O drunken people screaming at your tvs,
How you do confuse your neighbors and pets
Gunfire and explosions are your keys
Shoot me in the nutts? Oh do lets!
Both hilarity and excitement leak from me
As you trick me into going first
Like beer, vomit whiskey......Ok sometimes pee
As, like a cocoa nut, my head doth burst.

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Life after 50 by sowayan on Thu May 15, 2014 6:02 pm
I'm getting pretty close to level 50 black mage now and I'm not sure what I should work on next. Do I start doing level 50 "end game" content? Do I work on another class? Do I work on gathering and crafting? Or maybe PvP? Decisions...

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PSN Trophies by Scorp_Wild on Sun Feb 28, 2016 8:02 am
I was recently listening to PS I Love You XOXO, which is the http://www.kindafunny.com PlayStation podcast. A listener question prompted the discussion of trophies and their importance within the PSN ecosystem. More specifically, the importance of "platinuming" or otherwise one hundred percent completion of a game's trophy list. The guys at Kinda Funny weighed in on the subject and I would like to do the same.

Trophies are always a topic of conversation. The way I see it there are three types of PlayStation gamers when it comes to trophies. First, you have the hardcore trophy hunters who seek out as many trophies, and more specifically Platinum trophies as they can get their hands on. Next, you have the gamers who don't care about trophies at all and seldom, if ever, even bother to look at a game's trophy list and are playing a game on the pure enjoyment of the game. Then you have the gamers in between. The ones who actively seek...

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