diablo2255

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from Michigan, US

    • diablo2255

      TTFO

      8 years ago

      Taken The Fuck Out.

    • diablo2255

      Yey

      8 years ago

      so i just got back from a robotics comp in waterloo canada. i started feeling sick the day we left . i have had a horrible sore throat since we got there and could barely swallow food. a was really hot all night even though the room was really cold and couldnt stay up past like 11 oclock. then on the way home im following my best friend adam down I-75 as he speeds past me his car hops about 2 inches off of the ground and he almost looses it. as im about to call him he turns on his hazards and we pull over. turns out he went to shift into 4th and dropped it into second. opps. he bent 2 on his piston rods or something but its under warenty so w/e.long story short i went to the docter yesterday and one blood test and 2 ass checks full of steriods later i have mono strepthroat and tonsilitis. hope you all are doing well since i have had little time to read your post let alone reply back...

    • diablo2255

      Busy Busy Busy.

      8 years ago

      No time for anything lately. if im not at robotics, im at work. if im not at work or robotics im at school. if im neither of those places im probably doing homework or sleeping ive been trying to keep up with everyone online but i believe ive fallen behind. in other news i have met the coolest girl in the world. i spent all day today with her. smiley0.gif and robotics is going good to. im chassis team leader and i have to say it looks very nice. ill have some pictures of the milling a did on the side rails up here some time soon. and im looking to have pictures of the whole thing sometime. i love all of the skills i am learning there. its very cool to see what you can do with a little mechanical know-how and the right machines. hope everything is going good for those of you who i havent talked to in a while.

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      and thats nothing compared to what i can do. my advisor told me what he wanted to do with a complicated arm bracket. and left... i got it done, and even added in a nice lil touch, our logo in the middle. smiley0.gif

      but untill then, everyone stay safe and i hope i am able to check this soon. smiley0.gifsmiley4.gif

    • diablo2255

      Exams

      8 years ago

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      I told my math teacher that I was going to rip the test up, blow it on her and watch it burn her like holy water on a demon...
      She didnt like that.
      anatomy and law and society exams tomarrow. should be fun. smiley5.gif

    • diablo2255

      Accident.

      8 years ago

      so i finnally got a new phone and the pics from my crash will upload, here they are.

      his car:
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      My car:
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    • diablo2255

      Happy Thanksgiving.

      8 years ago

      Hope everyone had a good thanks giving.
      I am personally thankful for my whole family being together, even my sister who pisses me off more than anyone.

    • diablo2255

      Gears Of War

      8 years ago

      Is Amazing.

    • diablo2255

      No Atheists ina Foxhole?No Idiots Either

      8 years ago

      By TIM KANE and MACKENZIE EAGLEN

      THE Pentagon’s announcement that all military branches reached or exceeded their active-duty recruiting
      goals for fiscal year 2006 grabbed plenty of headlines. Small wonder. After all, it flouts the conventional
      wisdom that our military is mired in an unpopular war. Recruiters must be looking under rocks and
      bending standards to fill the ranks, right?
      Wrong. Indeed, a study we conducted of the recruiting classes for all military branches in 1999 and from
      2003 through 2005 puts the lie to the crass assumption that the United States is fielding a low-quality
      military.
      A common misperception is that the ranks are increasingly filled with relatively uneducated young men
      and women from low-income households. Yet this myth doesn’t hold up under inspection.
      Our study analyzed demographic data on every single enlistee, not just a sample, and found that in terms
      of education, last year’s recruits were just as qualified as those of any recent year, and maybe the best
      ever. Over all, wartime recruits since 1999 are in many respects comparable to the youth population on
      the whole, except that they are on average a bit wealthier, much more likely to have graduated from high
      school and more rural than their civilian peers.
      As for the idea that the military poaches from poor families, the fact is that, as the conflict in Iraq
      continues, youths from wealthy American ZIP codes are volunteering in ever higher numbers.
      Additionally, enlistees from the poorest fifth of American neighborhoods fell nearly a full percentage point
      over the last two years, to 13.7 percent. In 1999, that number was exactly 18 percent.
      Yes, the Army has changed its standards â€' for example, our study found that 4.4 percent of Army recruits
      received Category 4 scores (the lowest ranking) on the Armed Forces Qualifying Test. This is up from 2
      percent in previous years, and has been widely touted as evidence of decline. Yet we also found that the
      percentage of enlistees with Category 1 scores, the highest level, is rising.
      More important than enlistee test scores is a comparison of military volunteers to their civilian peers. And
      here there is no contest. Counting enlisted troops only, 29 of 30 have a high school diploma, compared to
      about 4 out of 5 civilians. And the typical enlistee reads at a level roughly a full grade higher than other
      young American adults.
      Critics have also focused on the fact that age limits on recruits have been raised â€' the Army’s old
      threshold of 35 has been changed to 42 for active-duty troops and to 40 for reserves. But this was simply
      an acknowledgment of reality: older recruits today are much healthier on average than in previous
      generations.
      We also looked at a much-noted curiosity: Why were the years 1999 and 2004 harder for recruiting than
      the others in our study? The answer, most experts agree, is a strong economy. Indeed, the Pentagon
      always faces a challenge enlisting young people when jobs are plentiful. Thus the Army is crediting its
      current recruiting success, in part, to significant cash bonuses and other financial perks. And that’s the
      way it should be: using market incentives for volunteers, not a draft of the less fortunate.
      While achieving last year’s recruiting goals is a success, there is some cause for concern regarding future
      recruitment and retention efforts â€' particularly in the National Guard and Reserves â€' if military
      spending over all isn’t increased. We feel that the Army’s 2008 budget proposal is $20 billion or more
      below what it should be.
      During a time of war abroad and prosperity at home, tens of thousands of young Americans remain
      willing to make real sacrifices for the rest of us. Congress and the Pentagon should not shortchange them
      on pay and benefits. The soldiers themselves might appreciate getting paid more of one other thing:
      Respect, both for their intelligence and their decision to serve.

    • diablo2255

      If you like RvB, you'll like this.

      8 years ago

      I've been watching this comic for a while and just thought i'd share it with you guys... I started you guys on #1, go forward from there. It only gets better.
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    • pyrowhr

      pyrowhr

      7 years ago

      hi

    • halofreak117

      halofreak117

      8 years ago

      hey, its me, im giving this very message to all my friends. its been a while since i've been on so im letting everyone no
      IM BACK! and i completely redid everything, my about section, journal, pictures.
      how about come pay me a visit, i have to go now so i'll talk to everyone later, i just wanted to get this out

    • Red_Bullet14

      Red_Bullet14

      8 years ago

      i mean for the SCMAOFST

    • Red_Bullet14

      Red_Bullet14

      8 years ago

      wonderful book its frakin hilarious

    • armeav8r

      armeav8r

      8 years ago

      Close. It's "Screw you and the Horse you rode in on" smiley0.gif

    • armeav8r

      armeav8r

      8 years ago

      Santa brought me a woman, and that is all I wanted. smiley1.gif

    • dragonlady

      dragonlady

      8 years ago

      Alas, no--they didn't have blue in a stick. And because I'm a girl, choice of color was more important than choice of transmissions. I hate driving stick shifts anyways. Although, for Baby, I would have made an exception. smiley0.gif

    • yellowhat

      yellowhat

      8 years ago

      Hey!!
      Will you please vote for me here twice and
      You can vote once a day Here
      Thank you smiley0.gif

    • SpiderWolve

      SpiderWolve

      8 years ago

      I do.

      And I watched the gameply on the game and it wasn't too exciting.

    • 82nd

      82nd

      8 years ago

      You live in Michigan...and I'm wondering if you live in Hell....obvoius joke