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  1. My last "Back in Action" was... erm, sort of a dud. More like a status update than an honest to god commitment to a cause. Too much shit to deal with, too many sites to visit, too unemployed to make an effort both in the former and in the latter. I'll do better, since I've been neglecting my duties here for far too long. For reals. I'm super cereal. Don't expect me to take part in that in that Forum Attack System, though. We don't get along anymore, him and I. In somewhat better news, I'm starting a new job this coming monday, although it's only for the next six months. Well, better to have
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  2. Reading my old blog posts reminds me of how my mindset was back then. Fogged by negativity and unable to appreciate or see the positive aspect in anything, I appeared as if the world was about to crash land in my face. Instead, I should have realized I was in a very unique time period for 1Emulation. What can I say? Negativity: it's like a cancer, it rips through your mind, and makes everything seem worthless. Let's just say my perspective has changed greatly since 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, etc. And indeed, the years have moved fast since the time I started 1Emulation as EmulForums in 2002. It
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  3. Long ago, this forum ( 1emulation.com ) had an interactive attack system, where you could shoot, bomb, or otherwise maim fellow members for a short period of time. However eventually something went wrong, and it was removed. Now I'm happy to say, the attack system has returned. Previously I had made it to about level 2000, but now we start over. As I write this, I'm at level 7. Here's hoping some of the other former players return to do battle again!
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  4. Way back in 1977, when I purchased my first (and only) stereo amp, who would have thought there there was so much to stereo? The amp is still my main amp, a Realistic SA-800. It has two sets of speaker outputs, A and B. There is also a "Quatravox" button, which disconnects the earth return of the B speakers, while leaving the speakers still joined. This produces a rather weak "3rd channel" effect. I have expanded on this, to produce truly amazing sound. Firstly, get yourself a large, sensitive, midrange speaker. I'm using an old guitar amp, the speaker is disconnected from the guitar amp o
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