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crispymorgan

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    crispymorgan got a reaction from J4MES OX4D in YouTube Sink To New Low   
    Equality.  We should be able to punch women the same as men........
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from GazzaGarratt in FG Realms Discussion Thread   
    feel free to put traps in your house
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from GazzaGarratt in FG Realms Discussion Thread   
    I've just had a talk with Alex about 'borrowing' things.......
     
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from J4MES OX4D in YouTube Sink To New Low   
    Equality.  We should be able to punch women the same as men........
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from J4MES OX4D in YouTube Sink To New Low   
    Equality.  We should be able to punch women the same as men........
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from techno in America question   
    Getting rid of guns is impossible. You need to find a way of keeping guns out of the hands of crazy people.

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    crispymorgan got a reaction from Dan94 in America question   
    Y'all got a gun problem.  Any chance of tightening up those laws a little?
     
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from techno in America question   
    Getting rid of guns is impossible. You need to find a way of keeping guns out of the hands of crazy people.

    Via the FG App


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    crispymorgan got a reaction from techno in America question   
    Getting rid of guns is impossible. You need to find a way of keeping guns out of the hands of crazy people.

    Via the FG App


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    crispymorgan got a reaction from J4MES OX4D in YouTube Sink To New Low   
    Equality.  We should be able to punch women the same as men........
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from techno in America question   
    Aluminium.  Sort it.
     
     
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from techno in America question   
    Aluminium.  Sort it.
     
     
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from techno in America question   
    Aluminium.  Sort it.
     
     
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from BO7H B4RRELS in Musical instruments   
    This is my impulse buy when I was having a fun time in the music shop.  Less fun was had when I told the wife the price........
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from BO7H B4RRELS in Musical instruments   
    This is my impulse buy when I was having a fun time in the music shop.  Less fun was had when I told the wife the price........
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from Dan94 in What do you do?   
    Absolutely worth doing.  Like you say it's a foot in the door.  It shows you have a basic understanding and an ability to learn.  I was more pointing out that it's not too difficult and don't be put off by it.  I have IT post nominals, Crispymorgan CDCTP is my official title (certified data centre technician professional).  Data centre energy saving is going to be massive moving forward so always keep up to date with energy saving initiatives, companies love it.
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from Dan94 in What do you do?   
    I've done the CompTIA stuff. It's very basic and more of just a memory game.  Fairly interesting, but mostly about RAID levels and UEFI BIOS that sort of thing, nothing too taxing.  I was 21 when I decided I wanted to work in Telecomms and took a massive pay cut to work for BT.  I Started on standard telephony stuff and moved up to fibre optics and networking.  From there I jumped over to supporting hardware in a  datacentre, and from there jumped to supporting storage arrays nationally (still at BT).  Throughout my whole career, the thing that gets me through is logical problem solving and the ability to get shit done.  In my last interview I said I knew next to fuck all about this role, but my best skills are transferable and I'll pick it up quickly.  I joined in March and I'm now supporting callouts for national level incidents (eeeek) and doing some complex shit.
     
    Have a look on Amazon for some used books, they are cheap as fuck (usually an older edition) but pretty much everything is the same.  CCNA is another good qualification, but again no measure of a useful network engineer (I've worked with some exceptionally stupid people with CCNA I wouldn't let them reset my home hub.) 
     
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from Dan94 in What do you do?   
    Absolutely worth doing.  Like you say it's a foot in the door.  It shows you have a basic understanding and an ability to learn.  I was more pointing out that it's not too difficult and don't be put off by it.  I have IT post nominals, Crispymorgan CDCTP is my official title (certified data centre technician professional).  Data centre energy saving is going to be massive moving forward so always keep up to date with energy saving initiatives, companies love it.
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from BO7H B4RRELS in Musical instruments   
    This is my impulse buy when I was having a fun time in the music shop.  Less fun was had when I told the wife the price........
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from Dan94 in What do you do?   
    I've done the CompTIA stuff. It's very basic and more of just a memory game.  Fairly interesting, but mostly about RAID levels and UEFI BIOS that sort of thing, nothing too taxing.  I was 21 when I decided I wanted to work in Telecomms and took a massive pay cut to work for BT.  I Started on standard telephony stuff and moved up to fibre optics and networking.  From there I jumped over to supporting hardware in a  datacentre, and from there jumped to supporting storage arrays nationally (still at BT).  Throughout my whole career, the thing that gets me through is logical problem solving and the ability to get shit done.  In my last interview I said I knew next to fuck all about this role, but my best skills are transferable and I'll pick it up quickly.  I joined in March and I'm now supporting callouts for national level incidents (eeeek) and doing some complex shit.
     
    Have a look on Amazon for some used books, they are cheap as fuck (usually an older edition) but pretty much everything is the same.  CCNA is another good qualification, but again no measure of a useful network engineer (I've worked with some exceptionally stupid people with CCNA I wouldn't let them reset my home hub.) 
     
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from GazzaGarratt in Musical instruments   
    I'm a drummer in a rock covers band, been playing drums for about 5 years now.  Originally I played keyboard, been tinkering on my new Roland Fa08 88 key Synth.  I'll post up some music shit when I finally get round to getting it recorded.
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from GazzaGarratt in Musical instruments   
    I'm a drummer in a rock covers band, been playing drums for about 5 years now.  Originally I played keyboard, been tinkering on my new Roland Fa08 88 key Synth.  I'll post up some music shit when I finally get round to getting it recorded.
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from Diddums in Black Ops 4 First Impressions   
    Might as well weigh in with my review.  Blackout is good ish.  The graphics are dogshit and washed out, but the game itself is playable and fun can be had.  I got a win after maybe 5 or 6 games?  So far so good.
     
    I disagree about this being unlike CODs of old.  It's as COD as it gets.  Fast, frantic and chock full of bullshit (stick with me here).  There have been times where by a huge margin, I've been behind cover and died, or I've met a situation that I felt I should/could have come out on top and haven't.  I've seen killcams that would make the baby Jesus cry.  You have to accept that there are certain situations that favour a particle player, sometimes it's you sometimes it's FUCK YOU YOU FUCKING..... NO WAY.... NO FUCKIN *ahem* the other guy.  The nature of the game being so fast makes it worse, and certain styles of play may make it worse.  The server tick rate has been increased, so it should improve a bit , but only as much as it always was.  If you expected *anything* else you were deluded. 
     
    Try hards.  I hate diamond camo, clown skin, dabbing emoted fucking bellends.  I don't have the reactions of a 12 year old and I'm a good casual player.  Please stop putting me up against next years e-sports winners, especially when I'm spawn trapped against a non-stop barrage of fucking AI killstreaks, not fun, not fun at all.
     
    Final thought is that I wouldn't own this game if it weren't for Alex, he bought it, I stole it.  I wouldn't buy it, it's just not different enough for me.  AAA price and they saved a fortune not including a campaign.
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from GazzaGarratt in Crispys Controller Hospital   
    I've had the same issue with the replacement pads.  Using Crispys patented card shims, I've fixed it and tested it. It just gives it a bit of extra lift as the trigger doesn't quite contact the pad at the right spot.  Both triggers now give 100% range.  Did you PM me your address?  I'll get it posted back to you this week
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    crispymorgan got a reaction from J4MES OX4D in Black Ops 4 First Impressions   
    I mentioned to someone that although an OK game, this is still full of typical COD bullshit.  The Killcams are an embarrassment to the programmers.   Jumping with a weapon should make it so inaccurate it isn't even usable.  Last time I checked, jumping up and down was not a recognised tactic in the army.
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