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Tell us about what you are good at with the computer and the realworld .

Me -

Computer :

1337 (leet)

ASCII

Real :

Climbing

Fast thinking

Able to resist something

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Tell us about what you are good at with the computer and the realworld .

Me -

Computer :

1337 (leet)

ASCII

Real :

Climbing

Fast thinking

Able to resist something

There's your problem. You're not good at Ascii art.

Tappy's good at ascii art.

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Computer:

Idk except i know a lot about them...

Real Life:

Guitar

Video games :embarrassed:

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Computer:As longs as it's not a mac:

paint

internet

controls

not coding though.

Real Life:

Alkingtay niay Igpay Atinlay

Impressions "Got it memorized".

School (straight As)

not socail skills thouigh.

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Computer:As longs as it's not a mac:

paint

internet

controls

not coding though.

Real Life:

Alkingtay niay Igpay Atinlay

Impressions "Got it memorized".

School (straight As)

not socail skills thouigh.

It's social and though.

Computers:

  • Trolling
  • Coding
  • The interwebs

IRL

  • School-I get straight A's (not for attitude, I get D's for that)
  • Social skills with IRL friends
  • Guitar
  • Karate
  • Earning money

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For computer-related things:

-Making music videos

-Making backgrounds (just not signature banners. >_>)

Other:

-Some videogames

-Playing Clarinet

-Writing Stories (in some cases.)

That's all I can really think of, but I'm sure there's more.

Too tired to think of any more. Zzz

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I'm not good at anything. My life's going like the stock market. :ohmygod:

D

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W

N

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:lol: That was cooler than I thought.

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Computer:

CSS

Graphics (banners, wallapers, ect.)

I'm goofd with a tablet? I dunno. Tablets take a bit of practice.

Same with coloring art on Photoshop.

Real life:

Drawing

Running? .__. I dunno. I'm a sprinter.

Sword fighting

Playing the ocarina

...Does being a hermit count? :D

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Computers:

  • ...nothing really.... :embarrassed: (If typing counts, then typing.)

Real Life:

  • Drawing. (The thing I'm drawing has to be in front of me. I can't draw from scratch yet...)
  • Video Games
  • Playing Clarinet
  • Keeping friends, making few or no enemies.
  • Decent grades (C+, B- area...)
  • Self-Controlling.
  • Playing Football (Except QB)

Edited by True Gamer (see edit history)

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Tell us about what you are good at with the computer and the realworld .

Me -

Computer :

1337 (leet)

ASCII

Real :

Climbing

Fast thinking

Able to resist something

THINK FAST *lobs rubber*

umm...define *good*...

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Computer:

Computer

Life:

Life

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Computer:

css

html

xml

php

js

c/c++

web graphics & design

digital artwork

graphics in general

Real Life:

Fashion & Design

interior design

artwork (painting, inking, scratching, ceramics, photography, anything really)

sports (football, hockey, lacrosse)

music (clarinet, bass clarinet, trumpet, oboe, bassoon, celtic flute, bells [xylaphone/marimba/etc], piano, drums [snare, bass, tenors cymbals -drumline, basically], ocarina, harp, & singing [soprano])

architecture

video games

writing & poetry

martial arts

social skills

When it comes to using the left side of my brain, I'm pretty talented. But, unfortunately, the right side of my brain is practically numb. I can't do much of anything involving acedemia. Really, I can't even calculate simple change or solve simple addition/subtraction/division problems.

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Well, I'm good at drawing, playing video games, writing essays, getting good grades in school, remembering stuff, html, javascript, and many other things I can't think of right now.

Edited by TwiliGirl (see edit history)

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Computer:

css

html

xml

php

js

c/c++

web graphics & design

digital artwork

graphics in general

Real Life:

Fashion & Design

interior design

artwork (painting, inking, scratching, ceramics, photography, anything really)

sports (football, hockey, lacrosse)

music (clarinet, bass clarinet, trumpet, oboe, bassoon, celtic flute, bells [xylaphone/marimba/etc], piano, drums [snare, bass, tenors cymbals -drumline, basically], ocarina, harp, & singing [soprano])

architecture

video games

writing & poetry

martial arts

social skills

When it comes to using the left side of my brain, I'm pretty talented. But, unfortunately, the right side of my brain is practically numb. I can't do much of anything involving acedemia. Really, I can't even calculate simple change or solve simple addition/subtraction/division problems.

:huh: very creative person who can play lots of instruments

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Computer:

Everything, I have never come across something that I didn't understand on a computer. Or any technology for that matter.

Real Life:

Maths, Physics, anything logical.

I have a good knowledge of psychology and how to apply it.

Good at solving problems, except my own.

Arguing with christians. :D

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