I'm also a beast at Madden. But I suck donkey balls at NCAA but I enjoy NCAA more. I've even beaten a friend using a NFL Europe team vs the All Time Steelers. I beat him by 70. He turns around and beats me by like 40 in NCAA.
"Be passionate and bold. Always keep learning. You stop doing useful things if you don't learn. So the last part to me is the key, especially if you have had some initial success. It becomes even more critical that you have the learning 'bit' always switched on."
I am not jealous since I have the greatest toaster ever made, the 1949 Toastmaster 1B14! It was a wedding present to my parents (sold for over $20 back then, not cheap) and shipped off to college with me when they got a newer looking piece of modern crap. Today it sits on the counter of my very contemporary kitchen as an everyday working heirloom that will give your toaster a run for its money!
Okay, that does look pretty sweet, but it's all about technique. I smell a toast-off. :)
Seriously, though, I bet that looked fly in your dorm.
My co-worker had an employee who was an expert at falling asleep, but the standing up thing was his huckleberry. He fell asleep standing up, running a machine, and someone happened to witness it...said it was like a tree being fell (if that tree happened to be an Iowa fan with an enormous gut)...just straight over backwards. Funniest thing is my co-worker had to fill out a safety incident report about it because he bumped his head on the way down. (nothing serious...I mean, that wouldn't be funny)
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