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starcrafts: template from starcrafts s4 ep5 by carbot animations
 starcrafts: template from starcrafts s4 ep5 by carbot animations

template from starcrafts s4 ep5 by carbot animations

starcrafts: I used to have a friend who cheated in Starcraft. It was 1997/98 when I met him at work. The sheer level of cheating that he went to - maphacks, an entirely automated game where units would be built for you, and that's not even talking about the other cheats where units would fire at enormously hasted rates His cheating was so deeply ingrained in him, that it became muscle memory to activate the cheats. I actually had to remind him, not to cheat when we played against each other. Was it honored? I can only trust that it was, but I'll never know Let's get down to why he cheated. Simple. He loved having, and knowing, that he has an unfair advantage over someone. This manifested itself even in the early years of private school. Puberty kicked in for him faster than the other boys. He bragged that because he was taller and stronger, that he even threw one poor kid into a garbage can. His personality is the type where he quickly corrects anyone around him anytime someone makes a mistake of any kind. He loves it when he knows something that you don't, and by god isn't shy to show it off. I won't go into every detail but you can imagine that his personality traits combined together make for quite the combination ripe for online multi-player cheating kid. The one he Some of you might be wondering what happened to that poor dumped into the garbage can Well my friend ran into him roughly 10-15 years later, in the bus. He was tapped on the shoulder from behind. "Hey. Remember me? You dumped me in the garbage can at private school, remember?Well I took martial arts and now - I'm gonna beat the sh*t outta you." My friend replied "Well you know what? you can tell all you friends that you beat me up. You win". He got off the bus at the next stop. The once-kid didn't follow But he was probably grinning
 starcrafts: I used to have a friend who cheated in Starcraft. It was 1997/98 when I met him at
 work.
 The sheer level of cheating that he went to - maphacks, an entirely automated game
 where units would be built for you, and that's not even talking about the other
 cheats where units would fire at enormously hasted rates
 His cheating was so deeply ingrained in him, that it became muscle memory to
 activate the cheats. I actually had to remind him, not to cheat when we played against
 each other. Was it honored? I can only trust that it was, but I'll never know
 Let's get down to why he cheated.
 Simple. He loved having, and knowing, that he has an unfair advantage over
 someone. This manifested itself even in the early years of private school. Puberty
 kicked in for him faster than the other boys. He bragged that because he was taller
 and stronger, that he even threw one poor kid into a garbage can.
 His personality is the type where he quickly corrects anyone around him anytime
 someone makes a mistake of any kind. He loves it when he knows something that
 you don't, and by god isn't shy to show it off.
 I won't go into every detail but you can imagine that his personality traits
 combined together make for quite the combination ripe for online multi-player
 cheating
 kid. The one he
 Some of you might be wondering what happened to that poor
 dumped into the garbage can
 Well my friend ran into him roughly 10-15 years later, in the bus. He was tapped on
 the shoulder from behind.
 "Hey. Remember me? You dumped me in the garbage can at private school,
 remember?Well I took martial arts and now - I'm gonna beat the sh*t outta you."
 My friend replied "Well you know what? you can tell all you friends that you beat
 me up. You win". He got off the bus at the next stop. The once-kid didn't follow
 But he was probably grinning