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    ghostaxe
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    Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  ghostaxe on Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:27 am

    Code Name: Ghostaxe

    Age:28

    Picture: http://content7.flixster.com/photo/11/28/07/11280765_gal.jpg

    MSN: None, please email to caltech.dave@gmail.com

    Purpose: I seek to show that cold analysis can beat emotional reading in the Liar Game.

    Skills/Hobbies: I am very good at mathematics and logic. I very, very seldomly outright lie, although I am perfectly willing to say equivocal things that mislead. If you ever catch me outright lying, feel free to call me out on it here.

    Biography: I read Liar Game a couple weeks ago for the first time, and loved it. I think I would have done well in Round 2 and Revival for Round 2. I didn't like Round 3 and Revival for Round 3 much because it uses physical abilities and observations I'm not convinced carries to reality.
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    Re: Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  Dinivan on Wed Sep 21, 2011 4:57 pm

    Welcome! You are now player #3 and have been assigned into a group.
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    Re: Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  Guest on Thu Sep 22, 2011 4:42 am

    Math isn't gonna help you here, Bill Nye. Ima whoop your butt so hard in this tournament my damage level is gonna be past the 10th exponent. How's that sound?
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    Re: Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  Lights on Tue Sep 27, 2011 5:40 am

    Mathematics, something I was never good at. Still suck at it, too. Good luck in the tournament.
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    Re: Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  ghostaxe on Tue Sep 27, 2011 8:35 am

    It's not too bad with the right teachers and books. I started liking it with the "Algebra the Easy Way" series, which is written like a fantasy storybook where the King and the Professor and the Record-keeper have to solve math problems in order to foil the Gremlin who wants to take over the kingdom.
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    Re: Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  Solei Sama on Tue Sep 27, 2011 2:32 pm

    ghostaxe wrote:
    Aww that sounds so cute!
    Goddamn, I just wanna cuddle you, and I have no idea why!!!
    Spoiler:
    And YES! I am in a VERY weird mood right now! THIS is what watching movies does to me... It's fucked in the head man, ughh.
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    Re: Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  Lights on Tue Sep 27, 2011 5:47 pm

    ghostaxe wrote:It's not too bad with the right teachers and books. I started liking it with the "Algebra the Easy Way" series, which is written like a fantasy storybook where the King and the Professor and the Record-keeper have to solve math problems in order to foil the Gremlin who wants to take over the kingdom.

    Agreed. Books, maybe, but the right teachers are crucial. If I had known of that book prior, I might have saved myself some grief earlier on. I'll keep that in mind.
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    Re: Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  Stray Kujara on Tue Sep 27, 2011 8:29 pm

    Hah, that's so interesting. I've never had a good professor for any of my math-related classes. That's when I figured that I can't be taught, I have to teach myself. The horrible truth of that is, I just figured it out. So, I'm in Engineer's Calculus with a horrible foundation in Algebra, and everyone in my class took Calculus I in high school but me. It's not terribly bad though~
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    Re: Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  ghostaxe on Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:37 am

    Solei Sama wrote:
    Aww that sounds so cute!
    Goddamn, I just wanna cuddle you, and I have no idea why!!!

    And YES! I am in a VERY weird mood right now! THIS is what watching movies does to me... It's fucked in the head man, ughh.

    Which movies did you just watch?
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    Re: Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  ghostaxe on Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:39 am

    Stray Kujara wrote:Hah, that's so interesting. I've never had a good professor for any of my math-related classes. That's when I figured that I can't be taught, I have to teach myself. The horrible truth of that is, I just figured it out. So, I'm in Engineer's Calculus with a horrible foundation in Algebra, and everyone in my class took Calculus I in high school but me. It's not terribly bad though~

    The sad truth is that professors (at least in the US) are paid and get tenure for research, rather than teaching. I took some classes at a local community college during high school, and I honestly thought those were better taught than a lot of my undergrad courses at Caltech.
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    Re: Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  Solei Sama on Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:54 am

    ghostaxe wrote:
    Solei Sama wrote:
    Aww that sounds so cute!
    Goddamn, I just wanna cuddle you, and I have no idea why!!!

    And YES! I am in a VERY weird mood right now! THIS is what watching movies does to me... It's fucked in the head man, ughh.

    Which movies did you just watch?
    I can't even remember, but im okay now Razz Like a Star @ heaven
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    Re: Ghostaxe Introduction

    Post  Guest on Thu Sep 29, 2011 6:41 am

    Solei Sama wrote:
    ghostaxe wrote:
    Solei Sama wrote:
    Aww that sounds so cute!
    Goddamn, I just wanna cuddle you, and I have no idea why!!!

    And YES! I am in a VERY weird mood right now! THIS is what watching movies does to me... It's fucked in the head man, ughh.

    Which movies did you just watch?
    I can't even remember, but im okay now Razz Like a Star @ heaven


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