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About alphacarter

  • Birthday 06/29/1998

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    Writing, Design, Theatre

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  1. Fixed When you tap it it lights up. My father didn't use it at the ceremony, so the tab that keeps it off is still in there, but that's what he said was happening to them after the show. Works for a supplier doing IT.
  2. Hi everyone. My father recently returned from Sochi, where he was working. He attended the OC, and as such received an audience kit, I've taken some pics of it which I'll link here. It includes the medallion. If anyone wants any specific pictures taken, just ask. Here it is. Hope you enjoy.
  3. Probably in the world, I live in the GC and I haven't seen anything about the CWG out and about, apart from the actual clock in Surfers Paradise.
  4. I didn't really have a choice being interested in the games. It was sort of... everything. I have vague memories of being carried out of the stadium in 2000 from the closing. But hey, I was 2, can't remember much. I remember watching SLC 2002's closing, with the dinosaurs in my Grandma's house, because my dad was over in SLC. Athens was the first games which I can remember experiencing in a fairly large depth. I remember the fire rings, entering the park, falling asleep during the athlete's parade. Fun stuff. So yea, I've always been interested in the Olympics, since I can remember.
  5. Ahhh, I was wondering what that was. I suspected it was where Ten's studio was, but if their studio isn't there, which building is it in?
  6. ... Stop quoting with the pictures. How many times have you been told now?
  7. Woah, Now, I know this is off topic, but quick question: Why did Nagano cost so much? I wasn't alive at the time you see... so naturally I'm curious.
  8. It's fairly good. Not bad by any means. But I've seen a lot of stuff that looks similar to it (Mostly on Dribble, this style must be popular). So in that regard, it's not that unique. But it's good for what it is.
  9. Actually no, the roofs aren't always about spectator comfort. It's more about preventing winds from disrupting the sport being played on the FOP. Spectator comfort is just an added bonus.
  10. MisterSG1, What I'd like to say to you, is best summed up by Lily Allen:
  11. Shape ain't everything. Beijing had an amazing aquatics venue, and it was a rectangular prism as well. Although, I agree, it is a fairly plain building.
  12. I'm probably far into the minority here, my favorites are Manaus and Natal. Especially Natal. It's just such a unique design that really comes to life at night. I just really like it. Great job I say.
  13. mid-May 2014 Honestly tony, just google all your inane questions. It took all of a few seconds for me to find it out.
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