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umer936

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umer936 joined SocialCu.be on 4/1/13, and is currently level 52.

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Level 52

Submitted a vast amount of content to SocialCu.be
Won a monthly contest against all the other users

Biography

*sigh* I guess I should fill this out.

Anyways, I'm a 15 year old, super-lazy kid. (1997 FTW!)

Oh, and yes, Umer is, in fact, my real name.

So, on this site, I'm a moderator (notice the green star). So, if you ever think someone's breaking the rules or is just being mean, send me a PM (personal message). You can also send me messages about ANYTHING. I'm a pretty cool guy (if I do say so myself) and I'm a good listener. If you're willing to share any problems or just wanna talk, my inbox is a few clicks away.
Speaking of help, I'm also the dude that writes the "Help Articles" for the site (notice the HELP icon in the top right). I probably should write a ton more of them, but lazy.

Oh, I guess I should talk about coding, since that's a common theme on the DSiCommunity. So, I've been here since the original DSiHub, and my first coding that I "learned" was javascript on DSiExtensions (I doubt many of y'all know/remember it). Then, I made some small sites like DSiSocialness (pretty abysmal) and some bigger ones (like Compass and Confuzzle). I've also helped around on the Community a lot. For example, I'm also a mod on @.:A-MAN:.'s site, Klub and also helped with 3DSHub (DSiHub reborn for the 58234985723993652 time). So yeah, I know a decent bit of code


Anyways, I think that's about it. If there's anything else you wanna know about me, I always respond to PMs.

Kthanxbai.

Oh, and try the theme made by @AquaBeat and I, Teal and Pink, if you like the way this profile looks

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NO SCHOOL SNOW DAY IN CENTRAL TEXASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
Eww, schedule changing opens up again tomorrow at 8am. I was hoping it would be like 1pm like it was last week...
I'm 2 days into my weekly bandwidth and I just hit 70% used...
Got a jury summons in the mail. Wonder if I'll hear a court case. I've heard they often dismiss engineers.
Anyone who has Dying Light, here's a DLC Steam code
(I know @Yenwood and @SLEDGE have it)

MB7JQ-P4405-QLAL8
Man, I gotta head back to school tomorrow... I'm not ready for new semester...
Weird. Chromium just stopped loading anything for me. Firefox is working fine though. I've been meaning to switch anyways.
I should get up from my bed and do something or whatever, but colddddddd
Stocks are fun sometimes
I need to clean my room and organize all my stuff. I keep putting it off.
Spent most of the day playing around with Wii Homebrew stuff
Just realized that I never shared that I was in Orlando last week. Went to Disney, Universal, and Kennedy Space Center! I loved Kennedy Space Center. Disney and Universal were alright. We've been to Disney and Universal Hollywood before, so a lot of stuff is the same. Plus, I don't like rollercoasters, so I'm not a big fan of amusement parks. My sisters really like rides though, so I think it was really fun for them!
So SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 with a classified payload onboard. The payload was a Northrup Grumman thing named Zuma meant for LEO (Low Earth Orbit). It is unknown if it was successfully deployed. Sources are saying it is a loss: https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-spy-satellite-believed-lost-after-spacex-mission-fails-1515462479

What I think is the most likely occurrence is that the payload failed to separate from the rocket and mostly burned up in the atmosphere on the Falcon 9's way back down. I say this for a couple reasons. 1) SpaceX said the rocket performed "nominally" (ie normally). 2) SpaceX has many more launches throughout the year - if there was a problem with the rocket, those would need to be postponed (which they haven't been). 3) Supposedly, SpaceX handed out mission patches, which would indicate success on their side. 4) SpaceX would not be responsible for the payload not separating as Northrup Grumman built the connector bits.

OORRRRRR what could have happened is it's a super secret mission and they're going to "pretend" like it failed so people (other countries [Russia, China]) don't look for it too hard. The US intelligence agencies have actually done this before (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misty_(satellite))

Zuma could be a stealth satellite.


We'll just have to wait and see what new info comes out.
Half an hour to registration again. Eugh. I don't want to move my whole schedule around
Also realized that FRC season just began. First year I'm not on the edge of my seat hyped about it...
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