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Skateboarding is an exciting sport that not only helps you practice your skills but is also a great way to keep fit. But to learn this sport, you have to have enough perseverance and determination, but we believe that when you become a professional skateboarder, you can earn extra income for yourself.
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Some basic principles that any skateboarder must know before starting this kind of sport are the knowledge of skateboarding and skateboarding culture. Although newly developed in the past 40 years, skateboarding has a tremendous impact on young people and has become a global cultural phenomenon; skateboarding stands for dynamism. Skateboarders only need to understand terms such as trucks, grip tape, deck, wheels, and some other parts of the skateboard at the most basic level so that they can be easily controlled. But above all, you play it as a hobby, a passion, not needing too much respect for too difficult techniques, feel free to express what you have.
In basic skateboarding exercises, you will learn how to protect yourself, keep balance on the skateboard, and how to safely land. However, to become a professional skateboarder, you need to add a lot of specialized skills to balance and control power when using a skateboard. You have to spend a lot of time and enthusiasm to practice. Like cycling, you have to start one step at a time; when you are mature, you can continue more challenging techniques. You start learning how to control body weight according to the movements, learn how to accelerate, stop suddenly, ... and many other methods. Indeed, the first time will be challenging, but we believe with determination and passion, you can stand on the skateboard you choose. Another important thing is: you need to prepare yourself a good skateboard and some protective gear. You can see detailed skateboard product reviews here: https://skateadvisors.com/blog/skateboard-purpose
Think of the skateboard as the whole world and love it, then you will feel more passionate. Time will train you to master the skills, confidence, and boldness to be able to do anything and go anywhere on the board. Do not let difficulties prevent your dreams; we hope that one day, you will become a professional skateboarder before everyone's admiration. See the problems and failures that motivate you to expand your circle of friends; after a while; you will see results. Everyone has a personal passion, but if you don't work on it, it's forever just in your mind, try to do it to at least feel no remorse.
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I think I may need a mental institution
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Using the Farm Objects GRF can be okay if you are after producing nice screenshots, but from a game-mechanics point of view they don't link up to the industry the same way.
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In the source code, the functions that generate fields seem to be located in 'industry_cmd.cpp':
- In PlantFarmField the size of a field is fixed between 4 and 7 tiles (8 and 11 in arctic)
- In PlantRandomFarmField, the relative position of the field is set between -16 and +15, so in a 15-tile radius from the farm as jfs wrote.
Here are 2 examples:
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