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Thanks a lot man, I'll try it.
EDIT: SHIT. So i just ran the "ping 192.168.1.1" command and each of the four pings comes back as "timed out" resulting in 4 packets sent and 0 packets received (100% loss). What now? F*ck, I hope this doesn't mean it's hardware related.
Also, if it helps I don't have issues on other wireless networks like university.
I loved the new Tomb Raider it was such a fun experience. It was the first game I've played in a long time that actually made me want to go back and find all the collectibles.
So new year, new grooming habits, I reckon. I was flicking through the Argos catalogue and looking at the "male grooming" part. UK-ers, at the risk of sound overly intrusive, what devices do you use to shave down there? Is it a face one or a hair clipper one? How much was it, etc? Cheers.
Damn I was scared of that answer.. I put my old 10's in, maybe the slight shrinkage will make it heal a little bit.. Who knows. I'm going to leave my old 10's in for another month to see whats up, but if it's still effed up, I'll just take them out and start from scratch in 6 months or so..
And my piercer is me lol. I ordered a 18g sterile piercing needle from the net. Cork too. Sterilized everything and I mean EVERYTHING with 99% alcohol when I pierced, and sterilize EVERYTHING when I even clean them. I'm really anal with sterilization.
So that being said, there's no way I'm piercing an 8 myself, I'd rather just start from 18, or maybe 16, and restretch everything.
So I stretched my ears from a 10 to an 8 a few minutes ago.. I originally stretched from 18 (healed normal piercing) to a 10. It hurt like hell and I was really stupid to do that (I did think it was a 12, store sold me wrong gauge.. Still dumb though). It's been 8 months since that 18-10 stretch. My one ear stretched beautifully, no pain at all, went in like a glove. My other ear hurt like hell and felt like it was ripping a cut open.. I don't understand. One ear is all swollen and ****ed up, and hurts. The other feels perfect.
Is 8 months really not long enough to heal? And why did one ear heal up fine while the other is still not healed after 8 months?
^I'm not really qualified to answer that since I'm new to stretching, but it sounds like an infection.
Also, general question: How long did you guys wait to stretch from an 8g to a 6g? I've been at an 8 for a few weeks now and they feel nice and healed, and I'm getting impatient. Most sources say to wait a month but I know everybody's different, and I feel like I know my body pretty well.
Anyway, just wondering how long some of you waited before making that stretch. Thanks in advance.
that varies wildly depending on your system and what kind of quality you're aiming for.
My suggestion to you is to acquire Visual Studio 2008 or VB 9 and start learning that...
Why do I say this.. For 1.. VB6 is like 10 years outdated and more importantly.. VB9 uses ALOT of prebuilt functions since it uses a .net framework which makes programming much more smooth IMO
I learned on VS6/VB6 back in 2002 then i moved to VS 2003 which I hated.... VS 2005 was a bit better.. VS 2008 is by far the best version... I cant comment on VS 2010 as i havent had the pleasure/displeasure of using it
just a suggestion
Might wanna be quick mate, prices go up on the 30th jan.