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thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

ohgodhesloose:

*boop* *bap*

"I TOUCH YOUR BUTT"
“WHAT NO”

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

ohgodhesloose:

*boop* *bap*

"I TOUCH YOUR BUTT"

WHAT NO

octomaidly:

everyone is pokeshaming but let’s talk about cardshaming

crosscoded:

THE RULES OF THIS DUEL WILL BE A LITTLE DIFFERENT.
AS YOUR LIFE POINTS GO DOWN, SO DOES YOUR PLATFORM.
WHOEVER REACHES ZERO FIRST WILL MEET THE ELECTRIFIED WIRES SURROUNDING THIS ARENA
AND BE SENT TO THE SHADOW REALM

crosscoded:

THE RULES OF THIS DUEL WILL BE A LITTLE DIFFERENT.

AS YOUR LIFE POINTS GO DOWN, SO DOES YOUR PLATFORM.

WHOEVER REACHES ZERO FIRST WILL MEET THE ELECTRIFIED WIRES SURROUNDING THIS ARENA

AND BE SENT TO THE SHADOW REALM

Araragi vs. Suruga

LOOK @ YOU

w0w0w stalker

I FINALLY HAVE J-STARS VICTORY VS.. WOOOOO
techsp0t:

PS3 E3 Flasher installation
So last week I bought a PS3 for $150 and an E3 Flasher Limited for $100 and went to work as soon as it all arrived.Basically you had to pull the console apart until you could reach the NOR chip on the motherboard and clip the E3 flasher to it and run the ribbon cable into your hard drive bay.
Taking it apart was pretty straight forward, it was more difficult to put it back together. Never the less I got it clipped on and installed so I semi-reassembled to begin the procedure.
The eSata cable (plugged in below the blue LEDs) was too fat for the face plate so I had to trim the plastic at the front so it would plug in properly. After managing that it was pretty straightforward.I ended up dumping the NOR 11 times before I got one that came back with No Errors, so I applied the patch, flashed it back on and began downgrading.

techsp0t:

PS3 E3 Flasher installation

So last week I bought a PS3 for $150 and an E3 Flasher Limited for $100 and went to work as soon as it all arrived.

Basically you had to pull the console apart until you could reach the NOR chip on the motherboard and clip the E3 flasher to it and run the ribbon cable into your hard drive bay.

Taking it apart was pretty straight forward, it was more difficult to put it back together. Never the less I got it clipped on and installed so I semi-reassembled to begin the procedure.

The eSata cable (plugged in below the blue LEDs) was too fat for the face plate so I had to trim the plastic at the front so it would plug in properly. After managing that it was pretty straightforward.

I ended up dumping the NOR 11 times before I got one that came back with No Errors, so I applied the patch, flashed it back on and began downgrading.