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Re: Your Daily Random Comment

Post by haverstall » November 9th, 2011, 5:40 am

Luo wrote:Anyone here ever played JA Titan?

http://oldtitan.ja.org/ or http://newtitan.ja.org/
My question is, why are you still awake?
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Post by Bogoradwee » November 9th, 2011, 6:34 am

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tornado guy wrote:Plus Z I am highly offended because in your jokes you call modern warfare outdated? Look, I have Call of Duty 3 and that is still awesomely fun, with plenty of people playing it.
It is outdated.
Yeah there's no way anyone can get away with saying Modern Warfare isn't outdated. MW3 = MW2 + new maps. so therefore, the game still sucks, and is outdated.
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Re: Your Daily Random Comment

Post by foreverphysics » November 9th, 2011, 7:42 am

haverstall wrote:
Luo wrote:Anyone here ever played JA Titan?

http://oldtitan.ja.org/ or http://newtitan.ja.org/
My question is, why are you still awake?
12:39 am isn't that late, Hav...Take me, for instance. I never go to sleep before midnight, yet wake up every day at 5-6 am, including weekends. You can be quite awake on just four hours of sleep. And besides, I am quite certain that multiple people here stay up until past 2 am on a regular basis. (Including me...sometimes...) :)
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Re: Your Daily Random Comment

Post by Skink » November 9th, 2011, 7:50 am

Whether you feel awake or not, it's still a bad habit to get into. As a science-y person, I urge you to research the biological reasons for sleep. Forcibly depriving yourself of 2-3hrs will not let your body undergo all of the processes it was intended to during the sleep cycles.

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Post by Kokonilly » November 9th, 2011, 10:47 am

haverstall wrote:
Luo wrote:Anyone here ever played JA Titan?

http://oldtitan.ja.org/ or http://newtitan.ja.org/
My question is, why are you still awake?
Good question... (though 11 PM isn't that late)
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haverstall wrote:
Luo wrote:Anyone here ever played JA Titan?

http://oldtitan.ja.org/ or http://newtitan.ja.org/
My question is, why are you still awake?
12:39 am isn't that late, Hav...Take me, for instance. I never go to sleep before midnight, yet wake up every day at 5-6 am, including weekends. You can be quite awake on just four hours of sleep. And besides, I am quite certain that multiple people here stay up until past 2 am on a regular basis. (Including me...sometimes...) :)
Ehh, I probably haven't gone to bed before midnight for the last week or so, but it's wearing me down. Yesterday I went home and took a nap, and I still felt exhausted. Today I went to bed at about 12:15 and I feel better... but I know I should have more sleep. It's bad. Hopefully after this week it'll be better, as this week it's finals week. But I am a night owl, so it's a small problem. The really bad part is that because it was just Halloween, I've been bringing chocolate to school to wake me up if I feel sleepy. I don't care if it's the placebo effect; perhaps the mere act of eating wakes me up.

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Re: Your Daily Random Comment

Post by haverstall » November 9th, 2011, 3:34 pm

I've been consistently sleeping at 12 or 1 AM the past two weeks or so. It's not cool.

Tomorrow looks like another late night as well. Yay Quiz Bowl.
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Post by tornado guy » November 9th, 2011, 3:44 pm

foreverphysics wrote: 12:39 am isn't that late, Hav...Take me, for instance. I never go to sleep before midnight, yet wake up every day at 5-6 am, including weekends. You can be quite awake on just four hours of sleep. And besides, I am quite certain that multiple people here stay up until past 2 am on a regular basis. (Including me...sometimes...) :)
I would fail all my SO competitions if I did that. And that would be really sad.
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Re: Your Daily Random Comment

Post by foreverphysics » November 9th, 2011, 4:22 pm

tornado guy wrote:
foreverphysics wrote: 12:39 am isn't that late, Hav...Take me, for instance. I never go to sleep before midnight, yet wake up every day at 5-6 am, including weekends. You can be quite awake on just four hours of sleep. And besides, I am quite certain that multiple people here stay up until past 2 am on a regular basis. (Including me...sometimes...) :)
I would fail all my SO competitions if I did that. And that would be really sad.
Eh. You get used to it after a few years. Trust me, I know.
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Re: Your Daily Random Comment

Post by haverstall » November 9th, 2011, 4:32 pm

foreverphysics wrote: wake up every day at 5-6 am, including weekends.
I just realized you said "including weekends." Something is wrong with you.
Sure, you may think you can survive on 4 hours of sleep, but if I get any less than 6, I'm already dying by the time 2nd period comes around in my school.

There's only so long you can go without sleep, before you collapse of utter fatigue.
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