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Things in the Universe / Re: Oregon Trail??!?!?
« on: July 07, 2008, 12:44:29 AM »
I like Zmachine emulators myself... text adventure FTW!!11!

« on: July 04, 2008, 11:52:51 PM »
It sounds like a war outside my place :O

Things in the Universe / Re: Happy 4th of July!
« on: July 04, 2008, 02:34:41 PM »

Can the troops come home now?  :(
I wouldn't say "Happy" until after the next election.  :D

Forum Games / Re: REVENGE! Return of the "Three Word Story"!
« on: July 01, 2008, 12:28:11 AM »
BBQ, which was

« on: July 01, 2008, 12:24:26 AM »
If you want something to tide you over, look at this:
It's a quick tutorial on how to color fire... which you could do in a fireplace, or maybe a Barbecue
If you want a sizzle effect you can add black powder, or make it yourself (http://azareal.wordpress.com/2008/06/10/how-to-make-black-powder-or-gunpowder/) OR you could make flint powder, which is fun to just throw into a flame, or light on fire because it burns real fast like black powder.Basically, take a piece of paper and place it on a flat surface... like a counter or table. Then, take a lighter and press the flint wheel hard against the middle of the paper and rub it back it forth. Don't do it too fast, you want to do this in a way where the lighter doesn't spark. You will see a black colored powder gathering on the paper.

Things in the Universe / Re: What is your summer looking like?
« on: June 21, 2008, 11:40:29 AM »
Really Busy ;-;
College Mon,Tues,Wed,Thurs
In fact on Tues I have a 3 hour class in one town and a 4 hour in another... plus I don't have a car so I have to get around by bus. (Did I mention I live in a third town?)
I work for Vector Marketing, selling Cutco Cutlery... so I basically go to peoples houses to do demos throughout the week, and that can be really time consuming as far as getting around by bus.
I hope to do some fun stuff though... at least go down to the Frozen Film Festival in San Fran.
Tonight is going to be rough, mostly because I have to go down to San Jose for a company meeting...and I live in Cotati, CA ...bleh

Things in the Universe / Re: Age of Conan: Breast Reduction LOL
« on: June 21, 2008, 11:29:09 AM »
Sometimes I really wonder about the world...

l3375p4r74n, I'm not online too much because of work and school though...

Incredible Stuff I can Make / Re: Member art work!
« on: May 06, 2008, 08:26:36 PM »
Being posted for L3sli3_Lov3s_Chu

Things in the Universe / Re: Daddy, you piss me off!
« on: May 06, 2008, 05:56:53 PM »
We've met in real life and the chemistry was amazing. At first it was awkward (I almost threw up on the bus ride over to San Fran) cause I was so nervous, but over time I became comfortable with him. Luckily we live close enough to each other that we can physically be with each other. I'm actually saving up money to go Santa Rosa and meet him again ( buuut, becasue my grandmother is paranoid that I might be get hurt or that there's lots of white folks she might schaparone [sp?] me up to Santa Rosa to see him! w00t!).

I do love him, very much so, and I think that with some time my family will come to accept.

Well, it's a bit quick to say that you already love him. Keep in mind that you're still young, it's a relationship and that you're not making plans to get married. You might adore him and appreciate the chemistry, be prepared to realize that you're going to have to accept his flaws as well. It's good that you can see him physically, though. I've known way too many people who resort to online relationships in the past with plans to fly over to another state to meet some guy who has the time to talk to them online all day and night, only to find out they're total losers.

Pyron and I met online and talked everyday. After seeing each other in person a couple of times, both caved in and started a relationship, distance was a problem. He was all the way in Southern California, whereas I'd be all the way up here in the Bay. What we did, when unable to see each other physically, was keep our webcams on. It's fun and more personal-- but if you do end up doing that, a cheap webcam will end up frustrating you, so it's best to get one that is clear enough that you can leave it alone without any problem.
Actually a cheap webcam can turn out really well if you know what you're doing... for example: Sears had the Eyetoy Groove package at an extremely discounted price: $3.95. I bought it and found a tutorial on how to modify some existing PC drivers to work with the eyetoy( the quality is excellent for the price, I must say). If Leslie wants to video chat, I should be able to whip something up. Unfortunately, with school and such (busy college life...ugh) I wouldn't have too much time to chat unless I fit it in during or around homework time. I was lucky to get a break for the last few months but summer is gonna be ZOMG busy. Plus there is just some times I just need to take to get out of my tiny apartment. Using our camera pics works pretty well, (like just taking pics of our daily lives) and we could do it more often.

On the topic of racism... I personally don't care. If her parents are going to like me they will, if they won't they won't. I learned to be pretty accepting of most things in life from my dad. Both my grandparents from my Dad's side were immigrants straight from Croatia, so my dad went through a difficult life being the son of two immigrants (cool thing though, they established themselves pretty well. When my dad and his brothers were young they helped their parents build their own house... brick by brick.IT still stands in my home town of Fort Bragg, Ca)Right now I have to focus on my own relationship with my mom which is plagued by her judging me by old physiological diagnoses that have since then been labeled as inaccurate. Discrimination knows no bounds ... ugh.

Forum Games / Re: Ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer!
« on: May 05, 2008, 11:40:39 PM »
Your age is the date now minus your birth date, if represented as numeric values... only can be represented as  less than three

Why isn't the sky gold and green?

Forum Games / Re: (unlikely) Guests you want for fanime
« on: May 02, 2008, 08:58:10 PM »
Ronald D. Moore... FTW

Incredible Stuff I can Make / Re: Member art work!
« on: May 01, 2008, 09:48:09 PM »
I got tired of people coming in and thrashing my room so I gimped this up for my door:

well..apparently...its an interesting sign..uhm...did you drew it O_O!??????
I mean it looked liked.....well...it looked like.....uhm.....

Pinky: GEE BRAINm I MADE ART TADAA!!!! (*narf*)
brain: hardly its considered art you just posted posted-notes on the ground and NAme it ART!

Pinky: ZORT XD~!!!

well i like the sign still.....at least this can be useful for a keep off situation ^ ^!
No, I made it in GIMP. The Izumi pics were the only things I used from other images, everything else was done from scratch.

Gaming / Re: Table Top, as in RPG
« on: May 01, 2008, 05:15:36 PM »
I would be interested in some Shadowrun if anyone could start it up, or maybe some D&D. I haven't played in about 3 years so I just need to know what's going to be going down so I can run some refresher games before the con.

Incredible Stuff I can Make / Re: Member art work!
« on: May 01, 2008, 02:07:38 PM »
Steal away... put it on  Bit Torrent for all I care :P

Incredible Stuff I can Make / Re: Member art work!
« on: May 01, 2008, 03:29:01 AM »
I got tired of people coming in and thrashing my room so I gimped this up for my door:

General Anime Chat / Re: What is your anime pet peeve?
« on: April 30, 2008, 04:34:22 PM »
My annoyance is people who think anime is for little kids.

I'll also second that.
Also, I'll ad people who see hentai and automatically think "Oh my god... Anime is the devil! How could they target this at kids..."

General Anime Chat / Re: What is your anime pet peeve?
« on: April 29, 2008, 04:23:52 PM »
1: American voice acting
2: When the plotline tries to make a scientific explanation that isn't in agreement with any well excepted theories.
My message to anyone who creates this type of anime:
I will personaly walk up in your production studio with Stephen Hawking and Schrodinger and "teach you a lesson" (And if anyone brings up any of the M-"Theory" Punks... it's down. Proving that "Theory" is slightly harder than proving the existence of God.)
3: People expecting you to get every name/word that's Japanese correctly. You know what? Do I expect you to know what Wave Function Collapse or what (now moving on to tech terms) SCSI or ISA stand for? I have a hard time speaking English godamnit, now don't expect me to know the pronunciation and be able to perfectly enunciate a name of an anime. This is America, the cultural butcher shop.

General Anime Chat / Re: How do you get YOUR anime?
« on: April 29, 2008, 04:04:40 PM »
Where I got everything: Torrents. And if you thought you couldn't torrent food... you're wrong... DEAD WRONG.

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