1 year ago
So I've been playing TitanFall on my Xbox One and my personal opinion is that this game is the tits! If you don't have an Xbox One or a PC the 360 version comes out on the 25 and I highly recommend getting it! If your not sure about it here is a link to my twitch playback of a stream I did demonstrating how amazingly baddass this game is!
2 years ago
The Xbox One is going to be amazing! I don't give a fuck what anyone says you don't like it you can GTFO! I was going to get it no matter what but now all of you doubters who didn't want to get it because it required an online check every 24 hours or because you couldn't share/sell your games better listen up because all that shit is in the past check this out! games.yahoo.com/blogs/plugged-in/microsoft-reverses-always-internet-used-game-policies-xbox-211818635.html So get it in gear and stop moping about stupid shit and go out and reserve yourself an Xbox One because I know I am going to, but are you?
3 years ago
I just finished watching season one and wrote these down as I went, This is Season Numero Uno.
"Even if we were to pull out today and were to come take our base, they would have TWO bases in the middle of a boxed canyon, Whoopdy-Fuckin-Doo." -Simmons
"Goddamnit Private, Shut your mouth or else i'll have Simmons slit your throat while you're asleep!" -Sarge
"Simmons I want you to poison Grif's next meal." -Sarge
"Are you sure? How about Bigfoot? Unicorn? Sasquatch? Phoenix? Hey Simmons, Whats the name of that Mexican lizard? Eats all the goats? Hey Grif, Chupathiny How 'bout that? I like it! It's got a ring to it." -Sarge
"I could blow up the whole goddamn world with this thing" -Church
"You shot Church you team killing Fucktard!" -Tucker
"You're not Church. Church is blue. You're white." -Caboose
"I don't know like uh what ten, ten twenty, twenty-five bucks maybe uh you you're gonna kill me now aren't you?" -Grif
"Oh, OKAY, WE'LL JUST STAY HERE AND GUARD THE TRans…porter." -Caboose
"Bullshit, He told me he thought you were a retarded monkey, and he's gonna suspend your weapon privileges." -Simmons
"What? What thing? What? Is it a spider? Get it off! What like a blue spider? Get it off! That doesn't sound much better than a spider. No. Well somebody needs to get it off, look it might be dangerous! (BOOM!)" -Donut
"What? Oh, That flag? We've always had that." -Tucker
"Woah woah woah wait! I did not faint, something knocked me out." -Simmons
"AH-HA I KNEW IT! Only a chick could give me a headache this big!" -Grif
"I like me." -Caboose
"What would you do if they stabbed me in the toe? Rub my neck with some aloe vera?" -Sarge
"It's Pink!, Your armor is Frikin' Pink!" -Grif
"Well I did think that the motor oil thing was a bit odd, I just thought he was trying to impress me." -Grif
"I'm sorry what? It's kinda hard to hear you over the sound of your constant team-killing." -Tucker
"Buried? With what? All we have are pistols and rifles, what do you want me to do? shoot you a grave?" -Tucker
"I have an idea…..I HAVE AN IDEA!" -Caboose
"Yeah Tex, but when we say a girl, we mean a girl girl." -Tucker
"Lopez, I never understood a word you said, But I do know one thing, you hated Grif, and thats the most important thing there is, Adios Amigo, Adios." -Sarge
4 years ago
Capt. John E. Wall Jr. beloved father and brother passed away suddenly, November 8, 2010 at his home in Arlington, Washington.
John was born April 22, 1933 to Anna Marie and John Edward Wall Sr. in Everett, Washington. He was 77 years old.
John was preceded in death by his wife, Barbara Kay Wall, November 24, 1995.
He leaves behind sisters, Maryann, Bea and Eileen; sons, Chris Wall, James (Tacea) Wall, Cory (Christina) Wall; daughters, Michelle Wall, Deena Wall, Judy (Bill) Cable; grandchildren, Jason Wall, Julie Johnston, Jacob Johnston, Zoe Trifone, Chase Wall, Maggie Wall, Jamie Wall, Skyler Wall; great-grandchildren, Ava Joelle Wall, Lexi Rae Wall.
John attended Everett area schools, including Everett High School, before proudly serving his country in the U.S. Armed Forces during the Korean War. After returning home from Korea, John pursued his passion, sailing the open seas. He began with American Tug Boat Co. Everett, WA. John quickly showed his ability as a sailor, leader, and teacher earning his way to Captain with countless trips throughout Alaska, Washington and British Columbia. He also worked for Pacific Tow Boat Co, Everett WA, Campbell Towing Co, Wrangell, AK and Seley Inc. Ketchikan, Alaska.
Dad was in his true element, at the helm of a tugboat, with the tow wire pulled tight, the wind and sea straight ahead. He had no fear of the ocean, only respect for its behavior. Watching him conquer a storm at the wheel, gave us all comfort knowing we had the best there ever was… May You Have Fair Winds and Following Seas Forever….
I miss you Gramps.