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bio website twitter.com/hairboat
location New York, NY
age 26
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May
2
reviewed Looks OK Does the stack penalty only count on the same item?
May
2
reviewed Looks OK What are skins and how do I get them?
May
2
reviewed Looks OK Is there a way to hook my Super Nintendo to my 2 year old Vizio TV?
May
2
awarded  Custodian
May
2
reviewed Looks OK retrieving game names, year, manufacturer with MAME
May
2
reviewed Edit “Red Ring of Death” on Xbox 360 Pro, Pre-2007. Where do I stand in 2011?
May
2
revised “Red Ring of Death” on Xbox 360 Pro, Pre-2007. Where do I stand in 2011?
deleted 31 characters in body
Apr
2
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
31
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
4
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
3
asked How do I get more presents?
Jan
3
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
2
revised Are there variations in the value of goods sold?
deleted 29 characters in body
Jan
2
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
27
comment Are Almanac page paths predetermined?
Yup - this is the easiest way to catch them without camping out to track their movements (and then having them disappear so you have to run around until they come back again).
Dec
27
revised Are there variations in the value of goods sold?
added 247 characters in body
Dec
27
comment Are there variations in the value of goods sold?
@aviangentile, what do you mean about selling goods via convoys? Are those the peddler carts in the frontier? (Or perhaps there's something in the game I haven't encountered yet.)
Dec
27
answered Are there variations in the value of goods sold?
Dec
10
revised How do I reduce notoriety in the woods?
added 92 characters in body
Dec
10
comment How do I get full syncronization on “River Rescue”?
"without getting wet" in Assassin's Creed games generally means "without swimming", I find. You can sometimes even wade through waist-deep water, but as long as Connor is walking and not swimming, you aren't "getting wet".