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  1. Though this idea was sparked by a desire of honesty, it will also model for what keeps you from trying harder. Every time I want to finish one of 3 of my stories in the Story section of these forums, my mind goes into "willing" mode, without the action. I have now realized it's going nowhere without some true compromise. This is where you come in. Tell me what you think needs to be accomplished in my life in order to actually finish maps I may start, stories I idolize, and objectives in real-life I must satiate in order to move on from. This can be anything you want to tell me. To be brave and make things simpler, I've provided a poll of general ideas that shows us how strong different things in life will help us. Such ideas include: Knowledge, sadness, an arse-whooping, giving an arse-beating, joining the military, joining the police force, getting more sleep, being sure, or doing exactly what I want and how I want to. So have at me and elaborate your feelings. You may also bring yourself into this discussion. You can always keep it simple like in the following way: "I agree it takes a lot to stand up for yourself and be motivated. You will definitely need to make the right choices, which may end up being the easiest ones of them all. IF they end you up into mapping or finishing stories, that would be great. However, finishing a story may take many more simpler choices. Then maybe one day, every part of your stories would represent diferent experiences in yoru life."
  2. At http://www.teamliquid.net/forum/viewmessage.php?topic_id=355447#16, they were having an intelligent debat on which monitors' frame rate is better without asking this one simple question: If 5ms is quicker, then isn't it better, regardless of the difference? It's like they are chemists who know calculas and physical theories and SOMEHOW 2ms from A monitor using TN panel technology is better. In my point of view, their "deep thinking" is actually questioning: Does 5ms overload your computers ability to process images? In that reality, correct me if I'm wrong, a monitor that has a fast speed is the monitors' independent capability which does not affect the CPU's input on framerate. Therefore, if the CPU's framerate can handle higher, than a faster monitor framerate would be necessary for it. For my newer computer, I would also like to see if the TN panel would give me any fps boost even if it has limited specs. What do you guys think? I've already gave you everyone else's conversation, and what they haven't pointed out yet. So which should be better: 5ms or 2ms, because it's ridiculous to even think 2ms is better, if 5ms is quicker.