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Name: Thomas Baer
Born: October 17, 1989
Classified as: Meat Popsicle
Weak against: Water types



I've played my fair share of video games and then some in my life, from the high profile (Ocarina of Time) to the virtually unknown (Carmageddon). I'm proud to be a robot.

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Before I get into it, I'd like to say the minute I read the rules of the contest this idea popped into my head. Having seen Thornn's method in winning the Velocity Micro giveaway, I realized the road to victory wasn't straight and simple, but twisted and full of self-images taken while naked. Thankfully (or sadly, depending on how much you enjoyed that sort of thing) my entry involves no pictures of me naked, but I had another idea.

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=50530826

I spent a few days working on this, between finding sufficiently terrible music to assault you with (it's a well known fact every good Myspace has wretched music somewhere on the page) and bombarding my friends with "does this sound emo enough?" to reach my goal. So give it a click and tell me what you think of my computer's tortured soul.

Afterthought: Since I'm not quite sure whether or not descriptions about how inferior he feels count as a "description" of my machine, the specs are below.

Intel Celeron 3.2GHz
2G RAM
186 GB hard drive
CD/DVD reader, writer
nVidia 6800 GS
plain black and white case

PS: Turn your volume down before looking at the page, the song on there is seriously horrible. You can easily find and pause it along the left side, but please don't let it drive you away. If I didn't go the whole nine yards in making this the most awesome shitstack of a Myspace imaginable I'd be compromising the idea. Thanks.