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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by the_amber_trap, 25 Mar 2012.
I'd love to build something like this. *sigh*
Even if its only 1 block a day. You can do it. As long as you set your mind to it.
I'd say this trumps that.
That's intriguing and obviously took a lot of time, but I don't like it as much simply because it's far less practical as a structure. It's certainly creative though.
I snagged that from a post I saw a couple of months back.
There are quite a few impressive builds linked there. (In the first post, that is) I'm not really sure as to what the post was actually pertaining to.
Another nice one from that post:
Is it weird that I can't wait for summer so that I can actually get online and build? Other people want to head to the beach or get time off, but I just want to go play online.
What the? How did that theme park win? It sucks compared to the other creations.
I don't even...
Holy! Also, is it just me or do only Americans play Snakes and Ladders? I've never even heard of this game before I went to the internet.
Holy! How much time would that have taken!
Canadians also live in America. xD I did not say US citizens, brother!
U said americans, which implies US citizens, and America implies the US - maybe you meant to say "North Americans" which would imply anyone from North America
Sushi, I can see what you mean, but the connotation of "American" is generally considered to refer specifically to citizens of the United States of America. That is why the USA definition is listed before the North/South America definition in the dictionary. (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/american?s=t)
If someone were to simply refer to someone as an American, the natural assumption is that you're talking about someone from the USA, just like if I call someone French, I would expect people to think I'm talking about someone from France, not French Guiana. It's the normal descriptor for someone from the United States of America. There are plenty of other words that are just as confusing if used in a way that is technically correct but just a little off. (One example is calling the beneficial result of an action the "consequence" of that action. Consequences are typically assumed to be negative, so that may be confusing to someone.)
In short, you're both right, so stop bickering.
That is a fucking beautiful caldera. Do you know if that's based on a real-life location?
The water mod really makes it pop.
The water! The shadows! When will vanilla minecraft look like this!?