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I'm moving this summer, tell me where to
May 2nd 2012, 03:48 CEST by Milan Brezovsk√Ĺ

I know this is a weak attempt to add a new topic to the front page, but why not.

I'm leaving my job at the end of May. Then I want to start working on my own projects. My flatmate is moving out by the end of June, so my boring options are
1. find a new flatmate
2. move to a different apartment within Prague

Or, you know, I could just try something new.

Letís say I want to spend up to 800 Ä per month for everything, incl. the rent. So letís say 400 Ä rent, 200 Ä food, 200 Ä internet, phone, mass transit and a minimum of fun.

My requirements are:
- I need to be able to be there without a visa, or with an absolute minimum of paperwork. I donít mind being there 3 months and then moving elsewhere.
- I cannot stand more that 22 degrees Celsius to function.
- I prefer politically stable governments, which is to say, nowhere on Earth.

My candidates are:
- Iceland, I could get a tiny room for like 320 Ä. I love the nature. I donít mind the weather. I could hang out with Gaggle.
- Scandinavia. I seem to get along well with people from there.
- Poland. I havenít done much research, but again, friendly people + the language (basics) should be relatively easy to learn.
- New Zealand - although I donít want to fly there + care about a visa. I could stay 3 months on a visitor visa.
- Balkan - Serbia, Croatia, Romania? Havenít done any research yet.

In general, I would prefer English-speaking countries. UK seems too expensive and I donít trust the political scene there; I donít care about USA except for my friends there; Canada also seems to grow more immigrant-unfriendly, and most of other EU states are too expensive or unable to accommodate lazy ass like me who doesnít speak anything useful but English.

I might also just couchsurf around Europe for a few months to see the world and then settle down wherever I like, after experiencing the culture for myself (or just return to Prague).
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#701 by Squeaky
2013-06-11 04:08:24
Ah, yeah. It's a little... Quaint. :)
#702 by Wudi
2013-06-11 10:44:48
Also, don't forget to shave off your neckbeard if you're moving out of mom's basement.


w0rd up!
#703 by Milan Brezovsk√Ĺ
2013-07-07 13:27:32
DOTA 2 is becoming Early Access on Steam for 10 EUR, and they're going to retire the invites to it soon. So, if you want to play it, let me know on fb/Steam/email/here, I still have 10+ invites left.

Parhelic Triangle is coming. Eventually.
#704 by G-Man
2013-07-12 23:05:54
Thanks for invite way back when btw. I have checked it out a few times but am scared to actually try to play it online because of how steep the learning curve seems to be. So many possible combinations of characters, powers, and items etc.
#705 by Squeaky
2013-07-13 04:58:32
If I've never played a moba, would I be eaten alive if I tried DOTA2?
#706 by G-Man
2013-07-15 17:40:13
Yeah, it is crazy complicated - seemingly for no reason except to reward people without jobs or lives. That might just be sour grapes on my part though.
#707 by TreeFrog
2013-07-16 00:31:04
At this point, MOBAs are only for people with prior MOBA experience.

"One part disembowels me while another slowly eats its way through the gas line. As I bleed out on the floor, it reminds me that I need to buy milk." - Jibble
#708 by Squeaky
2013-07-16 07:13:38
That's about what I figured. I've tried to play LoL a few times. But only ever made it as far as the tutorial. These games are definitely not noob friendly.
#709 by Squeaky
2013-07-17 17:25:26
I've now played through the tutorials for LoL and DOTA 2. Ugh.

The concept behind the game sounds very interesting, but they're obfuscated behind huge layers of complexity that seem impenetrable.

Here's hoping Blizzard All-Stars comes out soon. Blizzard are very good at making hardcore games accessible to noobs.
#710 by G-Man
2013-07-17 23:33:32
I wouldn't count on it.
#711 by Milan Brezovsk√Ĺ
2013-07-24 20:00:29
Was I the only person mindfucked by Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, and the amount of marketing bullshit associated with it? I know this is a common phrase lately, but how is this not published on The Onion?

Parhelic Triangle is coming. Eventually.
#712 by Shadarr
2013-07-24 21:49:05
Mindfucked? This is the first time I've heard about it. And why is that worthy of The Onion?

"I hope you one day decide to smarten the fuck up so I can stand to look at your posts." - gaggle
#713 by Milan Brezovsk√Ĺ
2013-07-24 22:19:31
It's not about notability, it just whole seems like a parody of "lol guys EA owns us now".

Parhelic Triangle is coming. Eventually.
#714 by gaggle
2013-07-24 23:29:59
Huh, weird.

"Roses are red, violets are blue, rubbish is dumped and so are you." : : - FML
#715 by Wudi
2013-07-24 23:49:52
Did m0nty (or gaggle) propose to his (or his) asian houseboy?


w0rd up!
#716 by lwf
2013-07-25 07:40:48
I think m0nty and gargle are marrying each other.

Handsome like a coat hanger. Wii.
#717 by anaqer
2013-07-26 10:00:56
It all makes sense now!

"Apple hates everyone now." - BJB
#718 by bago
2013-10-21 07:40:52
My hat still rules.

#719 by Chunkstyle
2013-10-23 03:34:56
I like my hat.

Game Developers: Don't forget the zombie monkeys.
#720 by Jibble
2013-11-04 22:30:03
Fuck all your stupid hats.

I want to go to there.

#721 by Shadarr
2013-11-05 21:55:44

"I hope you one day decide to smarten the fuck up so I can stand to look at your posts." - gaggle
#722 by bago
2013-11-16 04:13:35

Hats from here on out.

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2014-03-18 02:05:18
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