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  1. Hello everyone. I was wondering if there was anyone who wants to play along and build up a good team in PVE and darkzone. It's better to play with people of course, so here it goes Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  2. I hope this is the right place to post this~ Not sure where to start. All i'm going to talk about will be from my own point of view and will be subject to be way different than your experience. I'm wondering about social life here in Kuwait. Is it easy to actually socialize and make connections? So far, it hasn't been slightly better ever since i returned here. People with similar interests are hard to reach, as if they're not there. Lets say you're someone who's out of any social circle, how do you find one? A suitable one? How do you reach them? Basically, the only successful attempt was toastmasters, they are organized enough to have their means of communication and reach. What about other interests? Other social groups? How do you socialize in here? It feels as if there are way less activites to do than anywhere else. Even people feel as if they've fallen into these molds of typical behavior. To be fair, here's a breakdown of what i'm personally interested in, in case anyone has help or info regarding socializing with similar minded people: I'm a geek head, into tech and sci-fi. I'm a gamer, not too hardcore, not too casual. Built my own gaming and editing rig, treat it like my own baby beast. I'm an otaku, into anime, manga and manhwa. I'm into movies and tv series, the cool ones with sci-fi plots mostly. I'm into discovering more and learning more when it comes to how to make stuff. I don't just play games for example, i tend to attempt and make them too.. and so on.. I love to tell stories, make up entire worlds in my mind and am trying to finish my own novel as well. Poetry is one of my interests too. Most of my free times are after 5 or 6 PM, full time job, usually 2 days off. I spend a good amount of time online, surfing 9gag, the chans and most tech blogs. Ultimately, i tried my best to search for similar minded people to connect with. However, the scene's too dark. The otaku community boils down to the con. event, a day or two each year with no real impact. The gaming scene isn't too promising either. I come from the days when we used to spend 5 hours shooting in CS or MoH, building troops in red alert or generals and the silly times in other games. I couldn't find proper ways or communities that support lan parties or somewhere that facilitates it. Toastmasters are good, but feel like they're there to advance and nothing else (perhaps too formal and serious for my taste?). I tried stuff like the meetup app groups, facebook hunts and other futile attempts. In the end, i'm resorting to the community. Here's an introvert trying to get some help, if possible. Is there a way to break the curse? Oh, in case you're suggesting branching out from my current friends, well.. tough break, i got none since i've traveled then came back and for over a year now had none at all.. anyways, sorry for the long talk, thanks for taking time to read this. Hope you got something to help. Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  3. What i'm saying is that they are closing down their operations office here. They do have a warehouse, and it contains stock. It's used for items that they purchase and keep for selling. What you're referring to is true, they join the consumers and suppliers in some cases, however, they also have their warehouse with stock of things they purchased to sell to you.Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  4. If you want to try something new, maybe pass by Alshaheed park? It has different options of seating areas you can try, the cafe is quiet i think. Moreover, you can hit some cafe's in malls (since you're working early in the morning, perhaps they aren't as busy during the week days). Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  5. I realized that a bit too late, there was something messed up with the date & time and now.it's fixed, sorry.
  6. I saw it alongside other electronics at a shop called The First Moon - القمر الاول in Hawalli, can't remember the street though. It was close to the post office i think, down the street where most electronic shops are. Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  7. The shops don't have all models indeed, maybe some basic ones. Also, that apple local kw website isn't helpful. However, i found it here after a bit of search, hopefully it has the model you want, though it's a bit pricy http://www.blink.com.kw/mac-pro Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  8. It was out of stock for a couple of days i think, but now it's back http://www.blink.com.kw/product-detail/steam-controller-wireless.html Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  9. I built mine 3 to 4 years ago from Hawalli shops (Or rather, shop). You can check blink.com.kw and q8quadra.com You should be thinking more about where you're willing to throw cash now and what parts you can await for later with lower prices. My advice is just get yourself a future-proof skeleton for now, just the basics that can run your stuff. Later, you'll be hunting individual parts to complete your baby beast. Don't give them the idea that you want to buy an entire pc, maybe pickup different parts from different places. Good luck. Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  10. I won't tell you that this is a single case or a common thing. However, one thing is sure: Souq are closing their Kuwait office and will conduct all operations from their UAE office. This means several things including: 1- They are trying to get rid of their stocks since their warehouse should be cleared sooner than later. 2- Most employees you're currently talking to, servicing you or conducting operations are most probably on their last 3 months after termination.. So, a few things to keep in mind. Their quality of service won't be top notch, nor will people there be as dandy as usual. I hope you get refunded in the end. Try other ecommerce websites instead, perhaps they'll be of a better service. Good day. Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  11. Ok, here's the ugly truth: Nobody's looking for you, so never wait. First, you should already be familiar with several employment websites that should give you a general idea about the job market from an online POV. These include, but not limited to: - Bayt - indeed - monster gulf - career jet - linkedin You should utilize linkedin and actually look for jobs there, look for companies' profiles and job offers. Build yourself a little database of companies that match your field to the 3rd degree (1st being your field, 2nd being something related to what you've studied and 3rd being something related to a skill or a hobby that you have not necessarely studied but are good at eg. Graphic design or coding) Now, you station yourself next to a land line or if you have cash, buy some credit for your phone. Start calling all the companies, ask for their HR department. Tell them about yourself and your qualifications. You'd be surprised of how some companies are hire-ignorant and don't post vacancies online. Moreover, on the same topics, now you'll put on your favorite sneakers cause you'll do some walking. A walk-in has 30% chance of yielding a job, so go visit some of the companies that are in nice areas (so that you don't get bored) there are some malls that have offices for companies (olympia, Salheya..etc). You should keep one golden rule right before your eyes: Never allow yourself to produce the -NO-. We always tend to suggest something, think about something or dream about something and then we suddenly start making up excuses and reasons for why it won't work or won't happen. Never do that.. even if you had all the logical reasoning in the world, just try and let that -NO- or refusal come from them, from the company, from the HR, not from you. Now, you start going back to the internet. Go to each big name's careers page. From newspapers, fastfood, tv channels, the 3 cell networks (viva, zain, oreedoo), top brands (Alshayea, Alghanim, etc) and check their hirings and vacancies. In the end, i wish you luck and hope you find something that satisfies you. For me, i'm a relatively fresh graduate, however, i found work doing something i've done for fun and freelance before instead of my own field. However, this doesn't mean that there's no hope or use, instead, broaden your field of search and rather than lowering your dreams, simply make them realistic. Good luck.
  12. Well, for comedy anime, try: - Tonari no Seki (light anime, lovable cast and funny episodes) - Cromartie Highschool (Crazy mix of all comedy elements one can think of) - No Game No Life (Especially the parts where they reference stuff like Ace attorney) - One Punch Man (Take it as it is, just watch it and enjoy) - Is It Ok To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? (Um.. name explains it all?) - Assassination Classroom (For your dark humor where innoncence turns into pro assassination skills) For manga and manhwa, i recommend: - New Normal Class 8 (For your weirdo and alienated kids' comedy) - Hellper (The main character is funny) - Kubera (Funny times) - Tower of God (Saved the best for last?) Have fun, enjoy