Slowly figuring this twitter thing out, sorry for the slacking on that part of my app.
@jerith, I went to MIT for a year, school really wasn't for me, but I do regret giving up my spot at MIT. As far as your other question, I should of reworded it slightly better and should of said one of the best. I plan on getting better by just practicing. I find myself dedicating more and more time to practicing. Secondly, I take criticism from players who are clearly better than I am. Any criticism I can get, I take. I even ask for it. This helps me both grow and learn as a player. As far as a training routine goes, I play with a couple real life friends. We get on, do some alpha execution and work on strats, so I can be prepared with the upcoming possibilities as a member of your Gears of War team. Therefor, if and when I am playing for your team, I won't be too rusty and I'll be familiar with your strats come game time.
no doubt hallusenation the times i have played with you you are very chill and cool and thats what i like in a player or team but also serious and dedicated and yea im open to play with any team never know what could happen