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LogRoller 03-06-2011 10:42

did validuz really go to full sail university or is that a joke?
 
just curious

search is not helping

Mojo616 03-06-2011 10:42

im pretty sure he routinely talks about how challenging and rigorous it is

lol

Spiderman 03-06-2011 10:43

lol

that and jomo the fiscal conservative is receiving government assistance

houston 03-06-2011 10:43

I will vouch for full sail, i received a great education there.

nigafool 03-06-2011 11:18

full sail is awesome because you can say you went to college and it will technically be true

Amadeus 03-06-2011 11:19

Yes, and he's not at all ashamed of the fact.

Pagy 03-06-2011 11:26

IT HAD AN EXCELLENT GAMER ENGINEERING PROGRAM

INSTEAD OF AN IRON RING, THEY GIVE GAMING ENGINEERS A MAGIC RING OF +100 CAREER RESISTANCE

Code4 03-06-2011 11:26

no hills at sea for him to stuck on

Durak 03-06-2011 11:27

of the two "engineering" degrees he claims to have, at least one of them he attributes to full sail

FngrBANG 03-06-2011 11:32

His freshman term was the hardest 9 years of validuz's life

JoMo 03-06-2011 11:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by Spiderman (Post 16252918)
lol

that and jomo the fiscal conservative is receiving government assistance

No, I'm not, you're very gullible.

sehvi 03-06-2011 11:38

is this the same as the sail institute that offers audio engineering courses?

Fartypants 03-06-2011 11:42

we just have to tighten up the graphics on this level

dibs 03-06-2011 11:44

http://searchingforbillyedelin.files...ndmas-boy5.jpg

Spiderman 03-06-2011 11:45

Quote:

Originally Posted by JoMo (Post 16252993)
No, I'm not, you're very gullible.

Welfare queen.

Esteban_Villa 03-06-2011 11:49

FSU

not to be confused with Florida State

JoMo 03-06-2011 11:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by Spiderman (Post 16253000)
Welfare queen.

I guess lawyers aren't concerned with facts.

GiftOfTheGame 03-06-2011 11:49

So he graduated and finally got off that hill?

zorro 03-06-2011 12:09

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAT_xDquiHw

Validuz 03-06-2011 12:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by LogRoller (Post 16252915)
just curious

search is not helping

Yep. Went there for programming. Good trade-skill school, just not traditional (or useful) outside of that. I can't speak for the other degrees though.

p.s. And it's definitely no engineering degree, nor have I ever claimed it was. Don't listen to the **** douche Durak.

Quote:

Originally Posted by FngrBANG (Post 16252992)
His freshman term was the hardest 9 years of validuz's life

:rofl:

Whoop 03-06-2011 12:42

The next question would be, what are you doing for a living post school?

cyclozine 03-06-2011 12:47

[opsayo analysis]ITT Validuz pretends to be an engineer with multiple degrees by cyclozine - TribalWar Forums

you can thank me later

qcksilver316 03-06-2011 12:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by LogRoller (Post 16252915)
did validuz really go to full sail university or is that a joke?

Actually, both.

Dumpy Dooby 03-06-2011 13:09

Validuz regularly goes full retard.

Al'Muktar 03-06-2011 14:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by Validuz (Post 16253040)
p.s. And it's definitely no engineering degree, nor have I ever claimed it was. Don't listen to the **** douche Durak.

durak is indeed a **** douche, but this whole thing came out during a discussion about 9/11 re: structural engineering, and you claimed expertise because you 'have two engineering degrees'

when challenged by others to describe your field of expertise, you eventually admitted that it was programming, and from full sail

and everybody laughed

coombz 03-06-2011 14:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by Validuz (Post 16253040)

p.s. And it's definitely no engineering degree, nor have I ever claimed it was. Don't listen to the **** douche Durak.


i'm pretty sure someone is just gonna bust out the thread full of your lies where you did in fact claim to have multiple engineering degrees

edit: oh gg cyclozine

Al'Muktar 03-06-2011 14:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by coombz (Post 16253223)
i'm pretty sure someone is just gonna bust out the thread full of your lies where you did in fact claim to have multiple engineering degrees

cyc already did

nigafool 03-06-2011 14:33

25, two degrees (engineering and game development), one from a traditional college and one from a technical college

that never gets old :lol:

Pagy 03-06-2011 14:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by Validuz (Post 14188184)
I've never once heard that movement had anything to do with light. It's funny, because none of you could explain it either. You (rofl, well not YOU, but someone else) said that it had to deal with one of Einstein's theories, but none of you could explain it or understood why.

i've always loved this gem

darkpiece 03-06-2011 14:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by Validuz
Why is everyone pretending that we can't possibly travel at the speed of light? Do you know how fast our current shuttles (which if I recall correctly are getting replaced soon with better ones) go? Speed of light isn't exactly impossible to achieve, it'll just take new technology and time. I don't know what happens if you go faster than it though.

Besides, even if we could go 10 times the speed of light, we'd never be able to travel anywhere like that. Think about the ridiculously insane amount of damage the vessel would take from a small object in space when you're traveling faster than the speed of light. And it's not like you could "plan" you path out like they do in sci-fi shows, because I doubt you could detect very small objects from that far away. This is all pure speculation of course.
This quote is just pure gold.... :lol:

Al'Muktar 03-06-2011 14:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by DarkPiece (Post 16253234)
This quote is just pure gold.... :lol:

haha yeah, was gonna post that in reply to pagy but you got there first :lol:

nigafool 03-06-2011 14:42

this is all pure speculation of course

darkpiece 03-06-2011 14:48

:rofl: :rofl:

Xcursion 03-06-2011 14:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by Validuz (Post 16253040)
Yep. Went there for programming. Good trade-skill school, just not traditional (or useful) outside of that. I can't speak for the other degrees though.

p.s. And it's definitely no engineering degree, nor have I ever claimed it was. Don't listen to the **** douche Durak.


:rofl:

So you're lying now? You've claimed to have an engineering degree. Unless it was a "non-traditional" engineering degree like "photoshop engineering" or some ****.

Amadeus 03-06-2011 14:50

yeah come on guys, space shuttles!

they already go at almost 0.003% lightspeed, we're almost there!

Pagy 03-06-2011 14:50

custodial engineering

http://faithcenter.files.wordpress.c...01/janitor.jpg

Xcursion 03-06-2011 14:52

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XL7xoobduY

kazan 03-06-2011 14:55

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mojo616 (Post 16252916)
im pretty sure he routinely talks about how challenging and rigorous it is

lol

it is, but not because of the coursework, but because of the course load.
Imagine taking 24 credit hours every semester for two years.
Thats pretty much what fullsail does. You're there pretty much 60 hours a week depending on what you're taking.

e: I know this because when I was looking into colleges in HS, I still really wanted to be a game programmer. I looked into FS and they have an open house that plays up that kind of naivete that somebody at that age would have. In the end though, a talk with the CS department head at UCF put it in incredible perspective to me, "Full Sail will give you the tools and parts to build a car. A CS degree will give you the tools and ability to not only build any car, but design it yourself." Pretty good analogy I think.

Al'Muktar 03-06-2011 14:57

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pagy (Post 16253255)
custodial engineering

yessssssss :rofl:

Fartypants 03-06-2011 15:32

hahaha holy ****

"I've never once heard that movement had anything to do with light."


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