Forums - Gaming Discussion - These last 3 months have been very unlucky for me

First in October some drunkard crashed into the rear of my car on highway, I didn't suffer injuries but I couldn't sleep for a few days and lost appetite. I got my car back from insurance repair only yesterday and of course it isn't as good as it was. So it took more than 2 months 1 week, that's just crazy.

Secondly one of our office PCs died in November and I had to find a new one fast. I would have loved to build it myself but it was urgent and I opted for a refurbished small form factor Dell Optiplex. I upgraded the CPU, RAM, GPU - it is a beast now. I'm a big fan of Optiplexes now, they are so well made machines and fully upgradeable despite the small size.

Thirdly in December the power supply of our cash register PC died and I had to overpay 3 times because you're not allowed to open it and have to call the service company although it's just a simple PC with some proprietary card in the PCI slot for cash register.



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That sucks about the crash dude, but really, that's not so bad overall. I saw it was you as the op and assumed you had been paired with some dipshits in Rocket League. :)



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COKTOE said:
That sucks about the crash dude, but really, that's not so bad overall. I saw it was you as the op and assumed you had been paired with some dipshits in Rocket League. :)

Rocket League days don't seem so bad now compared. I ended up deleting Rocket League from my Steam, I mean permanently removing it: https://www.pcworld.com/article/3012199/software-games/steam-makes-it-easier-to-permanently-remove-games-from-your-account-heres-how.html



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m0ney said:
COKTOE said:
That sucks about the crash dude, but really, that's not so bad overall. I saw it was you as the op and assumed you had been paired with some dipshits in Rocket League. :)

Rocket League days don't seem so bad now compared. I ended up deleting Rocket League from my Steam, I mean permanently removing it: https://www.pcworld.com/article/3012199/software-games/steam-makes-it-easier-to-permanently-remove-games-from-your-account-heres-how.html

I remember you saying you were gonna delete it. I have never used Steam, but am surprised that such a simple function as deleting a game wasn't possible until recently.



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