EDIT: Sweet...316.9. I guess the trick is holding down the mouse button.
(edited by SOK on 22.1.04 1848) SD2: April, Year 3; what's the point to the Career mode, anyhow? FF7: Disc 1; 18h into game; At the old Mako Reactor outside Nimelheim (again). FF8: Disc 2; 20h into game; Ready to fight Reijin/Fujin in Balamb.
312 is my max, though I also managed to MISS THE PENGUIN on more than one occasion. Harkens back to my days as the worst ballplayer in history, but hey.
Wait…if it’s MLK Jr. Day AND Pat Patterson’s Birthday…who gets the token win here?-- Matt "Excalibur05" Hocking on a match between Mark Henry and Rico
MH: What’s a clever way to say that I have a penis? CJ: Uh…Mark, nobody’s going to buy that shirt. MH: How about if I say that I’ve got…a…uh…? CJ: Coming up with T-Shirt ideas is hard Mark, why not leave it to the WWE marketing department. MH: I know! I’ve got it! CJ: Got what? MH: Stank! That’s Mah Stank! I’m gonna make a fortune!! CJ: “That’s Mah Stank”? MH: On the front it’ll say “Can You Smell It?” and on the back it’ll say “That’s Mah Stank”. Everybody’ll buy it because they’ll think it’s a Rock shirt. CJ: You know…you might be on to something there, sad to say. MH: I can’t wait to show mah stank to Trish.
You know, I have a feeling that Spanky didn’t quit, he was fired. Why? So they could repackage Mark Henry as “Stanky.” Think about THAT! --Matt "Excalibur05" Hocking, 1/19/04 Raw Satire
After trying for fifteen minutes, I maxed at 319.9
Jeez, you weren't kidding about the sweet spot. I splatted at 190.1
(edited by Mild Mannered Madman on 23.1.04 0016) There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened. - The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
The finale was okay. Steve did an admirable job on his behalf, but the production - making such terribly overwrought scenes and trying to build up "suspense" by replaying and jump-cutting got really, really annoying.