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Announcements / Re: Roll Call
« on: May 19, 2016, 05:12:48 pm »
  • How long have you been associated with Echo-Gaming? Since 2011. The earliest post that I made (that I can see) was on September 11th. I became a Minecraft Admin sometime around 2012. By 2013-2014 I was considered to be a Super Admin.
  • How often do you check the website? During the peak hours of Echo-Gaming, it was every 5 minutes that I checked the website. Now, not so much, maybe once a week.
  • What games are you currently playing / How many hours a week do you play/online? Garry Mod takes up most of my time. CS:GO & Skyrim for PC. I have an Xbox One and PS4 that I occasionally put hours into. I typically can play anywhere from 2-5 hours a day, making it anywhere from 14 to 35 hours a week.
  • Are you currently involved in any gaming communities? Yes, I am one of the 5 super admins on a Star Wars Roleplay Server. Spirit of Gaming to be exact.

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    Other / Re: Long time no see, my friends.
    « on: August 26, 2015, 11:29:19 am »
    Sup kiddos.

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    Entertainment / Top five!
    « on: August 26, 2015, 02:08:45 am »
    Simply post your top five favorite songs! ;)


    1. Landslide - Fleetwood Mac
    2. Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
    3. Wish you were here - Pink Floyd
    4. Creep - Radiohead
    5. What I got - Sublime

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    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive / Post your rank!
    « on: August 26, 2015, 02:05:22 am »
    With the return of Echo-Gaming, CSGO has become one of our most played games! If you play the game regularly you know that there is a ranking system within the competitive matchmaking. What's your rank?


    I'm Master Guardian Elite. 

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    Trouble in Terrorist Town (Garry's Mod) / Re: Admin Application
    « on: March 08, 2015, 04:47:59 pm »
    Welcome to the club.

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    I sense cancer.

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    Other / Re: can any coders help me with my iphone theme
    « on: January 28, 2015, 09:59:57 pm »
    width: 750px;

    height: 1334px;

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    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive / Re: Servers
    « on: January 04, 2015, 06:03:44 pm »
    Why?

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    Other / Re: Post your desktops (No cleaning!)
    « on: August 30, 2014, 04:15:48 pm »

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    Other / Re: Hey guys
    « on: August 10, 2014, 08:27:42 pm »

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    Other / Re: Hey guys
    « on: August 09, 2014, 03:50:12 pm »
    Why are vans or converses not on this list? That is what I wear.

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    Other / Re: pls help
    « on: August 06, 2014, 12:07:27 pm »
    A+ Mike
    Can't tell if sarcasm, but thanks.

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    Other / Re: pls help
    « on: August 05, 2014, 08:57:24 pm »
    Word, Connotative Diction, Why.

    AKRON, Ohio Johnny Manziel was back in his element: on campus, in a stadium on a Saturday.
    Element, positive, shows Johnny Manziel being welcomed back.

    And on the field, Manziel may have tightened the competition to be Cleveland's starter.
    Tightened, positive, he became a better player.

    Cleveland's rookie quarterback, whose electrifying scrambles and how-did-he-do-that passes made him a college football superstar, showed off some of those dazzling and daring skills as the Browns took a short trip south of their training camp to scrimmage at the University of Akron's InfoCision Stadium.
    Electrifying, positive. Dazzling, daring, positive.

    Manziel and Brian Hoyer took their quarterback battle into the public and in front of 20,673 fans, who didn't see much offensive scoring there were two field goals and two defensive touchdowns but got a chance to see Johnny Football in the flesh.
    Offensive, negative.

    Manziel made some plays with his legs and rocket arm. Shaking off a sloppy start on his first series, he scrambled from trouble and completed two passes by firing completions into tight windows. He had a touchdown pass dropped and had another TD ruled out of bounds on a play that may have been reversed by instant replay.
    Sloppy, negative. Trouble, negative. Tight, positive.

    Nothing spectacular, but steady.

    "Some good, some bad," Manziel said of his performance. "I thought we moved the ball after the first drive pretty well and then I was told we had a 16-play drive on the second drive, which is good. We're keeping the chains moving. It was nice."

    Manziel worked exclusively with Cleveland's second-team offense, but it's possible he'll get some reps with the starters next week as the Browns prepare for their exhibition opener Saturday in Detroit.
    Exclusively, positive.

    Hoyer entered training camp with a lead over Manziel, but after one week of practice and the unscripted scrimmage, the gap between the two QBs appears to have narrowed.
    Unscripted, sounds positive but I'm not sure.

    On three drives that began at the 30-yard line, Hoyer completed 7 of 11 passes for 56 yards and led the Browns to one field goal.

    Manziel went 3 of 7 for 14 yards, and had two carries for 18 yards.

    Browns coach Mike Pettine didn't want to analyze every pass until he watches videotape, but he felt both QBs were efficient in moving their respective units.
    Efficient, positive.

    Pettine was asked if he would characterize the QB competition as being closer than when camp opened.

    "I wouldn't say that," he said. "When camp began, Brian was the No. 1 because we had to have someone out there with the ones, but they were truly competing against each other. At some point, we will mix the units. It's all part of our evaluation process."

    Hoyer is doing all he can to hold off Manziel, but without Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Gordon on the field, he doesn't have a dependable first option.
    Dependable, negative.

    Also, when tight end Jordan Cameron "banged" his shoulder and was removed from the scrimmage, Hoyer found himself without another primary target.
    Primary, negative.

    Hoyer left somewhat satisfied with a day dominated by Cleveland's defense.
    Dominated, positive.

    "I think you're always evaluating yourself, and you're always trying to get better," he said. "It will be good to get back, watch the film, grade it out, see what I can improve on. The things we do good, we've got to keep doing them well. The things we're not doing so well, we've really got to improve on."

    Manziel was greeted with a loud ovation when he took the field with Cleveland's second-string offense. His first three plays, though, were met with a few groans. He fired his first pass out of bounds on a busted play and then got backed up by a false start. His second pass was overthrown and he scrambled out of bounds for 5 yards.
    Loud, positive. Fired, negative. False, negative. Overthrown, negative. Scrambled, negative.

    On his second drive, Manziel made a crisp 14-yard completion to rookie Willie Snead to convert on fourth down.
    Crisp, positive.

    Later, he showed touch on a pass into the back corner of the end zone to tight Gary Barnidge, who didn't clearly get both feet down inbounds. On the next play, he rifled a pass underneath that bounced off wide receiver Charles Johnson's chest.
    Clearly, negative.

    Earlier this week, Manziel said his biggest challenger isn't Hoyer but Cleveland's offense. He's made strides, but not enough of them to pass Hoyer just yet.

    "There's no gap that I'm looking at right now," he said. "It's know the playbook, know everything. There's still so many little things here and there that can throw a play and change a play, a defensive look. That's stuff that I wasn't used to. Now I'm seeing it, adjusting, learning. That's what I'm doing is learning."

    NOTES: LB Barkevious Mingo made the day's biggest play, picking off a pass by Hoyer tipped at the line by Jacobbi McDaniel and returning it nearly 50 yards. "I would've tackled him first of all if it weren't a scrimmage," Hoyer joked. Cracked Mingo: "I would have dropped a shoulder. It's all fun and games." ... Pettine said starting free safety Tashaun Gipson is expected to be back at practice next week after suffering a "relatively minor" knee injury during Friday's practice. ... Gordon did not return from New York, where his appeal hearing will continue Monday.

    I have no idea if I did that right (probably not), but I tried. I also stopped doing the "why" rather quickly because I ran out of reasons why. Good luck.

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    Other Games / Re: RepZ Ops
    « on: August 03, 2014, 10:45:20 pm »
    I've been playing it a bit lately. It's not that bad and we could easily get into RepzOp. However, it would be easier and better to just buy black ops 2.

    Along with steam, here are some other places you can buy it.

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    Other / Re: Anyone here know how to code?
    « on: July 04, 2014, 07:38:33 pm »
    INB4 TOM

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