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  • You're using the overwatch logo as your profile picture but I feel like you've always had it...

    Also, can you add me on Steam?

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    • Now if only there was a loud exhaust coming from that thing would it make it better...

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  • -"Upon gazing at the marvelous yet cantankerous fribalities of the ill-forgotten art of transmogrifying dear held memories from dead sheets of ark-tree into its lively core, derived from the intellectual archive of intangible information designated Interests of the Pin, I decided to follow such enomour action with my ineffectual arms. Unfortunately, this lead to my woeful disposition as the supervising regulations were incomplete. The result of which lead to my phallic entrepreneur ceasing to be between two examples of the riveting fruit descending from the genus Cucurbitaceae."

    -"But father, there are no watermelons involved in the process of transferring photos into wood."

    -"That I am aware my sweet child, Ocelotte, borne from dragons, which is why I am more baffled as to why my virility exemplar promptly proceeded to fall unto the soil, becoming one with the nature and dust from which it was originally formed. This serves as evidence that from now on I have transcended common denominations. I am now categorized as a himshe, as one with the great superior Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta. Praise be! Don't call my name..."

    -"Don't call my name. But what are you thou to do now my king, lord of lights?"

    -"Regain my befallen honour. Ah, yes. You always stood by my side, my guiding moonlight. With none other than my gallant blade I shall now commit sudoku. Fare thee well, dreaming stupor. Don't call my name, don't call my name."

    -"Alejandro."

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    • What's the difference between the Thalmor and a single brick? A brick is doing more to rebuild Skyrim.

      • That was a example of said joke formula. No, it is now original in any way. You can even look it up in the internet.
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    • There is so much truth in that first sentence.

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  • Just a heads up: please be careful when you're talking about glitches, particularly the ones which can be exploited to get to spots giving unfair advantages (e.g. ones where you can get inside objects where other people can't attack you). There were a couple you mentioned just then that I don't think are safe -- the reason I thought being able to shuffle up the truck is fine because that point doesn't seem to have much defensive merit, nor does it really seem to open up too much of the map as a sniping spot.

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    • I meant JavaScrip since I do know he created his own website using "<div" most of the time. Reason I bring this up is because you always seem to know your codes throughout wikia, so I was just wondering if you were a programmer by any chance... 

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    • ^Mostly knowledge scrapped together through observation, Google searches and trial-and-error. I looked into actual programming courses afterwards because I liked what I was doing here, but I think it's important to say that there's a fair gap between webpage design (i.e. HTML and the stuff we do on Wikia) and actually writing programs or scripts -- there are many more ways that the coding can go wrong when you're actually trying to code a function, so it requires much more debugging and lateral thinking.

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  • OK, so I'm not entirely sure if I can "switch", since my time has been increasingly busy now that the semester is almost over. Nevertheless, I've been thinking, how about IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE MY ACCOUNT INSTEAD? I mean, since you know how to do it, would makes sense if you could do me a "favor" if I was to give you my account details. What do you think?

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    • OK, now i'm back, I'll send you my email then. :P

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    • Got your E-mail 

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  • What is your armor set up in either game? What weapons? What backpack? Finally, do you want to do a 1v1 sometime in the future?

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    • Tyguy.00 wrote: If we ban X-field, then I guess I'll go Atom. If not, X-field it is. I used to go with Black hole when it was popular, but now, meh. 

      We can do a showdown with jintomflection.

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    • One shot, one kill then. If that's so, no defense power-ups... 

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  • Hey Tyguy,

    I just made a F4A match. If you're in the US server, find the match and the password is 2500. Switch weapons quickly to confirm that it's really you. Waiting!

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    • Ah man, I'm so sorry, I wasn't on at all last night... if we can do one this weekend, then I'm up for it,

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  • I'd like to note, I'm just a teenage filter-bypass-er wannabe, so this information might not be the best you can get :P I'll try to do what I can tho.

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    The control they have over the computers is astonishing. My school just has one filter for our 1-1s, and it can be easily bypassed.

    They seem to have access to the keyboard and mouse of student devices, they can see the screens of students, can blank student screens, and can see applications and such of student computers.

    I don't think a VPN or proxy would work in solving your problem. I'm guessing lanschool takes your screen data directly from your device. If you connect to the internet via proxy, lanschool will still have your screen, displaying both the site you are visiting, and the fact that you are using a proxy. This is assuming that lanschool takes the screen data from the device, not through the network or something. If you use a VPN, you will be connecting to another network. This means if the filter is on the network (which I doubt) you will have disabled it. I don't understand how a filter can get information like screen data from the internet traffic a device sends to the school network. This makes me almost certain the filter is device based.

    Also, lanschool might be using some form of tweaked Remote Desktop Connection? Remote Desktop Connection allows one computer to access another computer, allowing one computer to have control of another's actions. This means, if you have a computer at home, and a work computer, you can have a Remote Desktop connection from your home computer to your work one. In other words, you can access your work computer's screen, keyboard, mouse, actions, etc. from your home computer. The lanschool filter system and Remote Desktop Connection seems very similar to me, and the lanschool filter system might use some adjusted form of Remote Desktop Connection. Just another thought. You might want to do some reading online about Remote Desktop. If lanschool uses some form of Remote Desktop, you might be able to disable lanschool by not allowing Remote Desktop Connection on your computer. Some links about Remote Desktop:

    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/connect-using-remote-desktop-connection#connect-using-remote-desktop-connection=windows-7

    If you really want to disable the filter, I think just disconnection from the school network might work. If you lose internet connection, how will the filter send information from your device to the school network, and to the teacher's computer? It will not be able to communicate with any other computers, because it has no internet connection. This is assuming the computer you have is wireless.

    I'm sure you can Google "lanschool filter bypass" or "lanschool hack" as well as the next guy, so you will already have that information. However, the lanschool administrators would probably already have known all the "bypasses" or "hacks" against lanschool, and would probably expect you to try and use those "bypasses" What I recommend is trying something that is not out there on the web. Even if the things on the web do work, the lanschool admins probably have already developed a counter to those "bypasses"

    I'm just some derp going against professionals who have spent their lives working with computers, filters, and such, so, who knows how this will play out. Honestly, my school is really lax on computer security compared to yours.

    -ICTOAGN

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  • I was that x-field/rome guy at kill house..... >.>

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