Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by magnet18, Feb 15, 2013.
I got one!
free for any linux/TF2 users!
Don't wear it where women can see you.
no need to worry, there's no women on TF2!
By the way Magnet, what happened to your website?
I just got a similar one at the Lotusphere conference in Orlando. But I might take them up on this offer too.
I've racked nearly 1000 hours on that game.
so all are clear, it's an in game penguin, not a real one
its, eh, under ignorance
i took it down around christmas and have since been too lazy to pull the files and put it back up
Ok you sold me, linux is going up on my Desktop!. Still got Win7 on my Laptop so I'm good. I need more fundemental XP with linux. I know the basics and can fumble into what I want to do, but I really need more practice.
It is a foam penguin right? That is what they gave away at Lotusphere.
When my brother was in grade school he came home all excited one day. He told us that if they did good on their test the next day the teacher would give them a seal. My mother responded something like "oh that is nice".
My brother was a bit perplexed at my mother's subdued response and responded "but where are we going to keep him"? My mother asked "keep who"? My brother said "the seal"! My mother said "honey she did not mean an animal, she meant a sticker". My bother said "Oh no she meant a real seal and my teacher wouldn't lie".
The next day he did well on his test and he was very disappointed.
nope, not foam, it's a little penguin you carry around on your person in game
I'd hold out for my damn seal! Even if they gotta get me one from toy R us or walmart I Was promised a damn seal! If I gotta club it I will!
Loosie is that you? What are you talking about magnet?
What? He's perfectly clear. You get a little penguin that you carry in your arms and chirps happily while you go on a killing spree.
did you miss the TF2 part spinnaker?
you get a penguin item in the game if you play it on linux
I have a stuffed Tux with a minigun, way cooler.
Tux penguin is about 8" tall, minigun and ammo feed chute taken from a model helicopter. somebody gave it to me for Christmas.
I deserve a penguin for today's effort. For some reason I thought it would be a good idea to install 64 bit Mint, but it seems that I can't just install most of the programs I want to use, so I've had to compile some of them from source. It's been painful, but hopefully I'm nearly there. Thankfully it's easy enough to find out how to do it all with a bit of Googling.
that's why i prefer ubuntu, more support and a larger support base
currently installing the KDE desktop for kicks, hope it goes well
KDE install went beautifully actually