|Traahn Wrote:dctron - I still just don't know how you broke that record, man. What an insane score! What are you going to do about your wrist?? I hope you don't have carpal tunnel syndrome. Can you recall the first time ever that you played the Tron arcade game and how you felt?|
Wrist injuries take a long time to heal. It's been months already. It has gotten a lot better, but will require maybe a few more months before its 100%. It's not carpal tunnel and I won't let a doctor operate. I know when I hurt it, so I know that it is just that injury that has to heal.
I hope this next part doesn't get me in trouble, but I am just going to be honest.
When I first started playing Tron, I was naturally good at it. I don't remember the learning curve, but it didn't take long before I was scoring million point games. I used to go to other arcades searching for other Tron players to challenge. I have never ever lost a game of Tron. But as all things go, after I had that first 4 million point game, I quit playing. That is, until December.
I knew that Tron was real special, so being able to be good at the game gave it even more meaning to me.
Now, the challenge is on to get 10 million.
I don't know what it will mean to reach that goal, but I will give it my best shot. My first attempt will be in a few weeks. That will give me some time to prepare and also to work on my trigger speed (wrist related).buy viagra onlinehttp://www.bilimselbilisim.com/haberler_detay.aspx?id=42 viagra online