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Well I am going to try and get up at 5 tomorrow because as I said in the update early on the morning is the best time to model and do a bit then (hopefully finish it) but there is no progress other than I have made a destination texture (animated Smile
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Well I am going to try and get up at 5 tomorrow because as I said in the update early on the morning is the best time to model

Unemployed?
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Unemployed?

School kid.
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School kid.

Exactly lol
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There's something wrong with your life if you're getting up early in the morning just to go on the computer and make something for a game.

If you're in school, all the more reason to not do it. Do your parents not care at all?
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There's something wrong with your life if you're getting up early in the morning just to go on the computer and make something for a game.

If you're in school, all the more reason to not do it. Do your parents not care at all?


Well the fist time I got up really early (tuesday) I didn't mean too I just woke up and I was happy for the whole day (I am mostly miserable when I am at school because I am at school Sad ) and on that second note, it is a hobby and i keeps me happy at home so why not? And my parents want me to be happy so they just leave me to do my thing. What is so wrong about that?

And I have other hobbies like I play Golf on a weekend and do things like that to keep me happy so this isn't my life although it does keep me happy for most of the time.
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I'm just glad that you're staying outta trouble, but even if you're a student, school is way more important than your hobbies. Whether you like it or not.
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I'm just glad that you're staying outta trouble, but even if you're a student, school is way more important than your hobbies. Whether you like it or not.


True but I do get my school work done also
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There's something wrong with your life if you're getting up early in the morning just to go on the computer and make something for a game.

If you're in school, all the more reason to not do it. Do your parents not care at all?

These 2 sentances are the most utterly ridiculous I've seen all morning (though it is only 7:10am). However danny cleared them up well; If you've got a hobby and it makes you happy and you enjoy it, how is that a bad thing?

All the power to you, Mr danny_cc.
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Getting up at 5am, immediately going on computer spending 3 to 4 hours on it, then having a full day in school and probably computer when you get home til early hours again like most people is not good for your health or performance in school. Just getting up at 5am in the first place is enough to ruin me Laughing

However, you'd make a great bus driver on shifts LOL
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ediblechickenwing wrote:
There's something wrong with your life if you're getting up early in the morning just to go on the computer and make something for a game.

If you're in school, all the more reason to not do it. Do your parents not care at all?

These 2 sentances are the most utterly ridiculous I've seen all morning (though it is only 7:10am). However danny cleared them up well; If you've got a hobby and it makes you happy and you enjoy it, how is that a bad thing?

All the power to you, Mr danny_cc.


Thanks Tim Smile

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Getting up at 5am, immediately going on computer spending 3 to 4 hours on it, then having a full day in school and probably computer when you get home til early hours again like most people is not good for your health or performance in school. Just getting up at 5am in the first place is enough to ruin me Laughing


If I get up at 5 I am normally tired by 7 (I am now) so I will do my homework and then go to bed for another early start because it raises my spirits all day (don't ask me how because I don't have a clue lol)

I also have 3 hours (I go out for the bus at about 8 ) to do some modeling, get breakfast, get in the shower and get ready (I might even start to go out for a jog along the beach because I live on the coast :O ) and all of them things will refresh me even more because I will actually have time to do them and I can take my time.

So all is good Smile

Also if I have forgot about some homework then I have time on a morning to do it[/quote]

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However, you'd make a great bus driver on shifts LOL

I suppose I would wouldn't I Smile
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Why are you guys nagging Danny? Just STFU and let him do what he wants.
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Why are you guys nagging Danny? Just STFU and let him do what he wants.


Cheers Smile I think this will be the end of it now
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I'm 29, I've seen things you kids haven't. Don't say we didn't warn you Rolling Eyes
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StanOfGB wrote:
I'm 29

*spills drink* Only joking lad. Wink

Also, I do not think we should question what another member likes to do in their home time, wether we think it's sad or not. I doubt many people are interested in what time you get out of bed in the morning, to be honest. Rolling Eyes
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