RC5 - Intro
RC5 IS OFFICIALLY OVER! I think
the end of this 4 year event merits a celebration.
But suck that we can't have one. Anyway... awesome.
Probably the first "project"
involving a "team." From this project
the team really seemed more like a team, it
expanded, and we got some team graphics.
9th grade, when back orifice or
something became a stupid fashion, nr9 told
me one day that "they are the enemy."
They was cult Dead cow. Sounds ridiculous. He
was cracking in Mac Evangelists or something.
Somehow we all got started in this pretty dumb
crackproject. Team "The Ph1yin' Kowz"
9th grade 2nd semester, some of
us went to interview for the school webteam
(webteam is stupid, cuz its mostly brainless
labor, just like making this page! But this
contains memories :) ). Some cocky cockheaded
guy figured we were cracking, and asked us to
join the webteam team. Absolutely pointless,
as if it were some serious issue.
10th grade, it somehow turned
into a discreet competition -- Tas Web and PK
never spoke about it together, but it was pretty
obvious. Cockhead guy got his client on many
P!!!'s in the physics lab, and we worked with
sheer team power. We got a special guy from
WV, who got obsessed with the idea, and got
a bunch of secret CPU power. Most of it was
BS ("MS-LAB!!! 7000 BLOCKS!!!"), but
he did come up with a bunch of blocks, and he
went around "recruiting" people, hahaha!
The annoying, useless competition
seemed to go on for a long time and we decided
we'd finish off Tas Web (for me, it became more
of a personal thing, cuz cockyhead was just
cocky and I wanted to piss him off). Mr. Cockhead
was paranoid of us beating his team or something;
we figured if we gain blocks pretty fast, he'd
go ask some more teachers to give him computer
power. This was funny: several of us got "secret
accounts" (ha, ha, cough) and accumulated
blocks there. We dumped blocks all in the same
day, and pulled off the distance pretty much,
and probably cockhead's chance of getting back
Thinking back, it was all pretty
dumb. Anyway, pretty much everybody has the
same chance of finding the key. $2000 really
isn't that much if you think about it. Competition
from this is just laughable. But this kinda
pulled the team together cuz we all got one
"common enemy." Just an interesting