Teeqoz

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    Teeqoz Well well well...
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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 30 March 2020

    Eagle367 said: Teeqoz said: No, sorry but you're wrong. Italy has so many undiagnosed cases that it's numbers are useless for any statistical purpose. Countries that have done more testing, like South Korea, Germany and Norway have much lower hospitalization rates (lower than 10%), and even of the cases that are hospitalized, many would survive without hospital care, but are kept...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 30 March 2020

    Eagle367 said: Teeqoz said: Okay, first of all, this pandemic doesn't have a 10% fatality rate. From the countries that have done widespread testing, even the hospitalization rate doesn't reach 10%. Second, at the risk of being misconstrued, the economic impact from the lives lost depend on the age distribution. It's worse for the economy to lose a 25 year old than an 85 year...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 29 March 2020

    JRPGfan said: Okay Teequz, after reading your last post, it sounds like we mostly just talking past each other.Also ofc the economy matters, and this wont go on forever. So naturally there comes a point, where you have to ask weather its time to open things back up.We're still not anywhere close to that point though. Oh no, we certainly disagree as well, but the discussion will be...

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    Say something about the person above you

    in General Discussion on 29 March 2020

    Posts too much in this thread ;) ...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 29 March 2020

    JRPGfan said: If you focused more on a constructive discussion than an immediate kneejerk reaction to anyone with a view that differs from yours, you would notice that I never said the current measures were wrong or should be removed. The furthest I went in definitive claims was that we couldn't keep restrictions this tough going all the way until we have a vaccine in 18 months. And...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 29 March 2020

    last92 said: Teeqoz said: The economic effects shouldd't be ignored. The 2 Trillion dollar stimulus package that congress passed is equivalent to ~50% of the investment that would be required to make the US run on 100% renewable. I'm sure that too would save millions of lives over the course of the next decades. Unemployment raises mortality rates, not to mention the broad hitting...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 29 March 2020

    The economic effects shouldd't be ignored. The 2 Trillion dollar stimulus package that congress passed is equivalent to ~50% of the investment that would be required to make the US run on 100% renewable. I'm sure that too would save millions of lives over the course of the next decades. Unemployment raises mortality rates, not to mention the broad hitting reduction in quality of life from lower...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 27 March 2020

    HoloDust said: Now just imagine sneaky incubation time of this one with lethality of MERS...hm, probably someone already came up with that one, so the way I see it, the more people get immunity with this one, the higher chance the less shit will go down next time...when it's actually serious. MERS and Covid-19 has about the same median incubation period (roughly 6 days). What makes...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 25 March 2020

    SvennoJ said: Teeqoz said: I did say these numbers will rise, and that includes the CFR and the hospitalization rate. However the current numbers are already enough to say that a 15% mortality rate is completely ridiculous, even as a worst case scenario, which was what I was responding to. However the progression of cases turning more serious might just as well be countered by...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 25 March 2020

    crissindahouse said: Teeqoz said: Lombardy has half the test coverage of Norway, per capita. About 6% of the tests that are performed in Norway test positive for the virus. If 50% of the tests performed in Lombardy are positive as you say, then it is highly likely that they are not able to test enough people and have to focus on strongly suspected cases. Other countries that have...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 25 March 2020

    crissindahouse said: You could also just use numbers from single regions of countries like Italy because you can't just say Norway is a better representation as Italy because of a higher percentage of testing when different regions test differently. Italy tested over 80k people in the Lombardy which has 10m people. Of those 80k tested, you have around 4,5k deaths and like...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 25 March 2020

    SvennoJ said: When you are on the ball with testing, your estimates will be too low.The mean incubation time is 5.2 days.Mean time from illness onset to death was 20 days (In China)So you need to compare the 14 dead to the sample size you had 15 to 20 days ago.Hospitalizations don't happen straight away either and ICU admissions come after that. Recovery can last a long time, 25% was...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 25 March 2020

    JRPGfan said: Teeqoz said: The point is that we have tested more people.... That is why our data is more accurate.... which is why our data is useful for extrapolation, while Italy's - and Denmarks - isn't. A 15% mortality rate isn't a worst case scenario. It's just wrong. Any projection - even a worst case scenario projection - has to look at the data. If not you might as well...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 25 March 2020

    JRPGfan said: Teeqoz said: My country, Norway, has tested roughly 1.5% of the population, which is probably one of the highest test coverages of any country (more than twice as many per capita as South Korea for instance). We have 3k confirmed cases, which should be a decent enough sample size to draw some conclusions.  So far, we have 14 dead, which is a less than 0.5%...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 25 March 2020

    JRPGfan said: That is not a worst case.Worse case (70% infection rate) the health care system collapses.By then its not 2,5% mortality rate, but something likely well over 10%.You likely wont even have people to give beds/care, or air to the sick.Not to mention enough ventilators, in such a situation.In italy its around ~9,8% currently (confirmed vs mortalities):Believe it or not, there...

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    About the digital content ecosystem

    in General Discussion on 18 December 2019

    vivster said: I'm not gonna contribute to the already opressive amount of content. I'd rather nobody anywhere produces any content for a few weeks. I don't feel like there is an overabundance of content I actually want to read/watch/whatever. Not that it would be a legitimate issue but it is what it is. ...

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    T'is the SEASON! Christmas Avi Request Thread

    in General Discussion on 18 December 2019

    OTBWY said: Finished with the first batch. I'd just like to showcase some of the work. Hahaha I love it. A+, will put it to use when I'm on my PC 😁 ...

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    About the digital content ecosystem

    in General Discussion on 18 December 2019

    The digital content eco-system can, not unlike real ecosystems, be split into consumers and producers. In nature, consumers and producers are (relatively) easy to separete - you have plants and similar, and you have animals, insects etc. The lines are a bit blurred when it comes to online content. Of course, your favourite YouTuber, Twitch streamer, blogger is a producer, but they certainly...

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    T'is the SEASON! Christmas Avi Request Thread

    in General Discussion on 18 December 2019

    Go nuts. ...

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    NPD Analyst predicts SWITCH to be 2018 Best-Seller in the US

    in Nintendo Discussion on 10 July 2018

    zorg1000 said: quickrick said: Yea he also predicted 40% marketshare for switch in NPD for 2018. he's on the switch hype train real bad. Hes probably not going to be that far off, a 35/35/30 split sounds pretty seasonable. That is actually quite far off. A 40% marketshare means PS4+XBO sells 50% more than the Switch, a 35% marketshare means PS4+XBO sells 86% more...

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