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as I was mowing, a thought crossed my mind.

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  1. Onisama

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    Amazing isn't it?

    Here I was earlier today, procrastinating by mowing the lawn, when suddenly a thought hit it me (or was that a branch).
    I wonder if Blizz had the presence of mind to distinguish the difference between spawn and identification of set items when it comes to converting set items from d2c to d2x.

    I believe that item mods are determined when the item spawns, not during identification. The question is if d2x will properly handle an unidentified item set during conversion or will it add the extra mods once it is identified in d2x (i hope not). I think I am curious enough to do a few set runs, pick up a few set items, and move them to a mule without identifying them just to see what happens.

    just rambling.
     
  2. Jakeman

    Jakeman MSC Founder and Donator

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    i put my hand in a lawnmower and took off the pad on my middle finger on my left hand, sliced through the bone on the index finger, and sliced through the pad on the 4th finger. it kinda hurt. :eek:
     
  3. Kaeric

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    yea..you probably shouldnt do that :retard:
     
  4. cowofwar

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  5. Jakeman

    Jakeman MSC Founder and Donator

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    That bone in the very tip of my left index finger is the only bone I've ever broken. They didn't have to do anything to it. They just let the loose bone fragments dissolve and the bone kind of rebuilt itself or something. The tissue in my index and 4th fingers healed fine. It took a while for my index finger nail to grow back, it's normal now. The only thing left is the scar on the pad of my middle finger. The pad almost completely grew back in, but it left a scar area in the middle. The scar keeps slowly getting smaller.

    After all that I can still play the piano fine. :)

    psst... Moonlight Sonata really gets the babes!
     
  6. Elbereth

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    11 posts per day!?! That my friends, means NO life. :)
     
  7. cowofwar

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    I'll have to disagree.

    Stairway to heaven on my guitar really gets the babes :D
     
  8. cowofwar

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    Jake has an excuse. He's the admin so he's supposed to have that many.

    For me on the other hand...
     
  9. Lurk

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    Nice. :)

    Moonlight is the first Beethoven piece I ever memorized. Currently I am working on some Mozart.

    I didn't realize you played, Jake. You really are the man! Playing piano ownz0rz.
     
  10. Haite

    Haite Forum Moderator

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    I gave up piano, but my new school teaches steel drum, I was born in the caribbean, so... :cool:

    --Haite
     
  11. Jakeman

    Jakeman MSC Founder and Donator

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    hehe, who is second behind you? lesse, Keeksy with 1444 posts. omg! :crazy:
     
  12. Moose

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    Hey, I am diggin the post/day addition. Very nice touch!
     
  13. Moose

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    Oh, BTW keep your fingers out of the lawnmower! and feet too.
     
  14. Lurk

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    And any other appendages you might have. :eek:
     
  15. Moose

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    I had a nice chunk o flesh removed from my shin when a rock was shot from under the cutting deck. That is painful too. At least mine wasn't voluntary. ;)
     
  16. Jakeman

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    lol, yeah, i should have thought of a different way to remove a grass clog from the blades. :retard:
     
  17. Haite

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    Or at least turn it off first?

    --Haite
     
  18. Moose

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    Where is the challenge in removing the grass if you turn it off first? Real men just stick their hands in and let the blood fly. If all goes well the blood will lube the blades and the grass will fly right out!
     

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