EliteinSkirt

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from Lodi, California

  • Activity

    • So...

      6 years ago

      EliteinSkirt

      Anyone I know still on here? We gotta stop meeting like this, haha.

    • Welp.

      7 years ago

      EliteinSkirt

      Haven't been on here in a few years *cough*, anyone still alive?

    • Welly Well Well

      9 years ago

      EliteinSkirt

      How goes it?

    • YEAH

      9 years ago

      EliteinSkirt

      eliteinskirt.deviantart.com/art/Constructive-Criticism-157613686

      I wish members of the Imperial Guard graded my papers more often.

      Yeah, I'm drawing/uploading shit. A lot of it's on my dA profile, and I'm not a sponsor so I can't upload it here, so go there! :D

      eliteinskirt.deviantart.com/gallery/

      ^ THERE ^ :D

    • InsanityFace.jpg

      9 years ago

      EliteinSkirt

      I hijacked the scanner.

      I got it to work.

      It's in my room.

      ...

      I have about a 6" stack of drawings to go through, and no school tomorrow.

      It's going to be very, very fun. :D

      In other news my psychological state is rather... eh... we'll get back to you on that. :P

      Oh, also, I'm looking for some new music, so if you want, post the lyrics to your favorite song or songs, the more obscure the better! DO EET! If it's in another language post the translation as well.

      I'll start with two of my favorites.

      Finnegan's Wake (Traditional) by The Dropkick Murphys, from the Do or Die album

      Tim Finnegan lived in Watling Street
      A gentle Irishman mighty odd
      He'd a beautiful brogue so rich and sweet
      To rise in the world he carried a hod
      You see he'd sort of a tippling way
      with love for a liquor poor Tim was born
      To help him on with his work every day
      He'd a drop of the Craythor every morn'

      One morning Tim was rather full
      His head felt heavy which made him shake
      Fell from the ladder and broke his skull
      So they carried him home his corpse to wake
      Rolled him up in a nice clean sheet
      And laid him upon the bed
      A bottle of whiskey at his feet
      And a gallon of porter at his head

      And whack Fol-De-Dah now dance to your partner
      Welt the floor, your trotters shake
      Wasn't it the truth I told ya
      Lots of fun at Finnegan's wake

      His friends assembled at his wake
      And Missus Finnegan called for lunch
      First they brought in tay and cake
      Then pipes, tobacco and whiskey and punch
      Biddy O'Brien began to cry
      Such a nice clean corpse did you ever did see
      Tim mavourneen, why did you die?
      Hold your gob said Paddy McGee.

      And whack Fol-De-Dah now dance to your partner
      Welt the floor, your trotters shake
      Wasn't it the truth I told ya
      Lots of fun at Finnegan's wake.

      Then Peggy O'Connor took up the job
      Biddy she says You're wrong I'm sure
      Biddy then gave her a belt on the gob
      And left her sprawling on the floor
      Then the war did soon engage
      Woman to Woman and Man to Man
      Shillelah law was all the rage
      And a row and a ruction soon began

      Mickey Maloney he raised his head
      When a bottle of whiskey flew at him
      It missed him falling on the bed
      The liquor scattered over Tim
      Tim revives see how he rises
      Timothy rising from the bed
      Whirl your whiskey around like blazes
      Thanum an Dhul, do ye think I'm dead.

      And whack Fol-De-Dah now dance to your partner
      Welt the floor, your trotters shake
      Wasn't it the truth I told ya
      Lots of fun at Finnegan's wake.
      [x2]

      The Rotting Horse On The Deadly Ground by Summoning, off the Stronghold album

      Wars of great kings and clash of armouries
      Whose swords no man could tell, whose spears
      Were numerous as wheat field's ears
      Rolled over all the great lands, and seas
      Were loud with navies, their devouring fires
      Behind the armies burned both fields and towns
      And sacked and crumbled or to flaming pyres
      Were cities made, where treasuries and crowns
      Kings and their folk, their wives and tender maids
      Were all consumed. Now silent are those courts
      Ruined the towers, whose old shape slowly fades
      And no feet pass beneath their broken ports

      I need no call of clamant bell that rings
      Iron tongued in the towers of earthly kings
      Take a ride on, ride on,
      on your rotting horse
      on that deadly ground
      Take a ride, ride on,
      on your rotting horse
      with a pounding sound.

      Here on the stones and trees there lies a spell
      Of unforgotten loss, of memories more blest'
      than mortal wealth.
      Here undefeated dwell the fog immortal
      under withered elmes,
      Alalminore one in ancient realms

      HAVE FUN, ~Laterz

    • BRB GAIZ

      9 years ago

      EliteinSkirt

      Joining Air Force. TTYL

      ...

      Well when this semester ends.

      :B

    • Addendum, In Memoriam

      9 years ago

      EliteinSkirt

      Better than making journals with titles in Russian dialects, methinks. Anyways. So, about a few hours after I made that journal last night, my dad passed away. Shitsux. So...

      Raymond T. Moberly, 1958-2010
      Beloved son, cherished brother, adored father. May he find his peace in the earth that wrought him, and let his name be stricken from the tongues of the uncouth. Few better men have tread this earth.

      Yeah... my mom woke me up at about 5:45 this morning and told me he was gone. I stayed in bed until about 11, I couldn't get up and look at him, I couldn't see my dad like that... But now he's resting, he's free of the pain and suffering that plague our mortal coils. Though he didn't say it much, he loved us, and was proud of us all, and we were all proud of him.

      We plan on cremating him, and spreading his ashes near the lighthouse near Ft. Brag. My mom says it's what he wanted, and I'm glad to see his wishes respected.

      It was really rough, but thank god for my friends. A good friend of mine let me come over to her house and just hang out, and I have to say it cheered me up immensely (if I didn't say it already thanks for letting me come over on such short notice, eheh.) so it's not quite so painful anymore. And of course thanks to all you guys out there for the support, it's a lifesaver. I'm just worried about my sister and my grandma, they're taking it the hardest right now...

      Also thank god for the Dropkick Murphys, their music is incredibly uplifting in this situation, and help me remember my dad fondly.

      ~Laterz

    • Solus Mersk Terkensk

      9 years ago

      EliteinSkirt

      Hey all, sorry I haven't really been on lately, Things have been bass ackwards lately. Intensely so. I would like to say a few things, and I guess if you're not interested you can stop reading here, it's all I've got to say right now, and I plan on saying as much as I can, this is one of my few releases.

      As I have mentioned earlier, my dad is sick. We discovered he had cancer last October, we found out roughly a week after my close friend Kyle died in Afghanistan (love that timing). We honestly didn't expect him to live much longer than a year, we expected as much what with the spread of the cancer and all. The original problem we noticed was in the pancreas, that tumor I had mentioned before. It was also in the liver and lymph nodes at the time. We did chemo for a while and it was going pretty well actually, until another tumor popped up and blocked the intestinal tract from the stomach. Since then he's really had to live off of TPN, or what we call 'Super Food' for reasons unbeknownst to me, which is more or less just like an IV that goes into your stomach. A whole bunch of other shit was attached, like a stomach pump (since he couldn't pass anything into his bowels really) and such, but I wont go over a lot of that because I didn't understand a whole lot, and I really don't like talking about it.

      Anyway, it's been four months since then. Things really only got worse, we had to stop chemo because since he couldn't really eat anything his body couldn't handle it. Now... well, the dad we knew, and loved is more or less gone. It feels so wrong to say it, and to come to grips with it, but it's the truth. We've all been going about things in a really mechanical way, and God bless my mom, she's the strongest person I'll ever know.

      It's hard to explain, and I really don't like mentioning it (mostly because it's fuckin' boat anchors around conversations) and I understand that, but man, it... it hurts. It hurts a lot. So much so that it numbs you, and that you wonder if you're able to feel anything at all. My siblings take it their own way, but they've all been out of town doing what their lives require of them. But me, I've had to stay here, and watch. I had to watch it happen. I had to watch my dad slowly die. I really only say this to help myself come to grips with it. It goes beyond grief, it's like its own kind of cancer, you feel it in your heart. It pulls the strength out of your back, and the clarity from your voice, it's a real killer. It's odd, though. I've lost friends, I've seen some die myself, and I've almost died a few times, but it's not nearly so terrifying as this.

      I would go on but I feel like I've already said too much. So yeah, that's why I haven't been able to post any drawings lately, or hang out or do a lot of stuff, in case you were wondering. When will I get back into it? I don't really know.

      I would just like to say, conclusion (phew, right?) that I can't say how thankful I am for every comment I get from you guys, it means so much to me, honestly, and I'm sorry if I don't comment or say something really odd, but I'm treading new territory here.

      ~Peace Y'all

    • Woah Bro

      9 years ago

      EliteinSkirt

      I just realized that I've been awake since... 3 PM the day... before... yesterday. And I just had an energy drink. Ready for Crew this weekend? :D I'm not really even tired. Ha. Ha ha!

      Anyways, I'm crackin' on drawings. Yup. And my brother is home visiting for the weekend. We're watching movies right now. It's pretty hilarious.

      Oh and serious bullshit all around. I'm coping well apparently, or something like that. YUP.

      ~LATERZ.

    • Zwitter Zwitter

      9 years ago

      EliteinSkirt

      Well howdy do, it's that time of the month again! Things progress quite interestingly I must say, and they fall best into bullet points.

      If you want to TL;DR my personal shite there's more on that zombie game I was making down farther.

      • I'm the best goddamn cook ever. I made pancakes! And they kicked all the other pancakes' asses! I also took pictures but that will wait for when I figure out how to send pics to my comp off my new phone. Oh yeah:
      • I GOT A NEW PHONE to replace the one that was lost, found, and then discovered to be a lie, in October. Them jerks.
      • Not so much in retaliation to the artistic slump I've been in lately, I have started drawing a tad bit again. You know what they say about riding bikes and all... that when you ride in piranha infested waters they cling to your calves, those little bastards! I'm considering posting some of the shite I've been drawing, just considering. It's rather rough. I visited my old art teacher at my old high school who taught me a few things for getting back into the swing of it, and apparently quantity is its own quality here.
      • My dad is doing... ok. He's in the hospital right now for some blockage in his intestine that's been causing him to puke an awful lot (which I have discovered to be a sound that drives me insane on a 1:1 occurance scale, supr srsly) and so he's been out of the house lately. The chemo is doing pretty good for him, the larger spot in his pancreas and the multiple spots in his liver have shrunk. I found out that the best that can happen at this point is that it goes into remission until some new treatment is developed. Yeah... Went and visited him at the hospital saturday, and even though this has done terrible things to him and he's being pushed to his limits, he's still my dad, fuck. He's still there, ha ha. He still has a killer grip and he still has those sharp ice blue eyes. Goddamn it will take more than a few mutating cells to stop him.

      ________________________________________________________________________________________

      Anyways, back to that game I was working on. The TUTORIAL LEVEL!!!

      The idea I had for the tutorial level, which as far as I know the only portion of the game that will run on a 100% pre-scripted, and it will be based off of a small short story I was writing a while ago for a pen and paper game I was helping out with.
      The setting puts you in the Andes mountains, in a believed to be extinct volcano. Inside the bowl of the volcano there's a small city that supports a huge research complex. Imagine a slice of New York dropped into the middle of a huge open green grass field, surrounded by a tall barbed wire fence, moderately overcast sky, one giant glass-ish skyscraper in the middle of the city that is easily visible, and mountains in the somewhat immediate distance all around that. That is the setting.
      You go in as part of a team of hired guns who work in a group of 15 backed up by one (1) Armoured Personnel Carrier, which is the template for many other groups of the time. You go through a checkpoint a distance from the city but still inside the bowl where a general in charge of the area sends in group to handle the situation. You go into the city and start your mission.
      Once you get inside you meet another team on their way out that has had a bit rougher of a time, they tell you whats what and recommend their last hide out as a base for you. You got there and set up, and the command/comm console is where you select different objectives to try out.
      You can go out to scout by yourself to try out scavving, meeting rescuable/interactive NPCs and defense construction, you can trigger a large scale zombie assault to test controlling a group of survivors under siege, group missions to test capturing vital objects, as well as attacking the main science lab to test fighting special zombies.

      That's what I have for that so far in a nutshell.

      ~Laterz.

  • Comments (5486)

    • Seas

      8 years ago

      LOG... BACK... IN ><;

      My friend's list dwindles these days. FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

    • ARM

      9 years ago

      Man. That's unfortunate. Although, I think I may take a bit before I do the online aspect of gaming. So much PS2ing can do that to you.

    • Hohenheim

      9 years ago

      will do

    • Hohenheim

      9 years ago

      Yeah, GG is high on my list, it's just that I just finished the first omnibus and I feel like I should read something in between. Sort of as an interlude, in a way.

    • Hohenheim

      9 years ago

      Glad you liked them. Two of my favorite songs right there.

    • ARM

      9 years ago

      Seriously. Do it.

    • phoenixlord

      9 years ago

      Alright, well, I should go to bed. It's nearing 4am here. Take it easy.

    • phoenixlord

      9 years ago

      Yeah. Besides, I'm the only boy in my immediate family, and one of three to carry on the family name (including cousins). The rest are girls.

    • phoenixlord

      9 years ago

      Ah. Yeah, I know that feeling. I'm so fucking sick of school too. Even if I could join, I refuse to join as a grunt.

    • phoenixlord

      9 years ago

      Yeah. That too. And the fact that it's 120 and you're in a rubber suit (the body armor is enclosed in rubber to prevent moisture from affecting the ballistic defeating capabilities) isn't exactly my idea of fun either. Even through all of that, I still wish I could join the army. Too many medical waivers required for me to join, even though I am by far fit enough to perform the tasks required exceptionally. Oh well, you can thank the Federal government for that bullshit.

      Though I do suggest that you go to college first. Even if you go on an Air Force scholarship.

    • phoenixlord

      9 years ago

      I don't blame you man. That's extremely scary shit. I'd rather be shot at than fear IED's.

    • Unholy_Crab1

      9 years ago

      Started reading that a while ago, but then lost it when they took it off of Onemanga. FOR SHAME


      You can find all available volumes here.

    • phoenixlord

      9 years ago

      Yeah, it happens. I don't have a problem with fly boys as long as they keep their egos in check (which is rare that they do).

    • Junkie_XXX

      9 years ago

      Dorohedoro

    • phoenixlord

      9 years ago

      Yeah, well, if you need me you know where to find me. Besides, cancer isn't a stranger in my family. My grandpa had cancer the same time I did. He didn't make it. I was about a year old.

    • ARM

      9 years ago

      You certainly will.

    • ARM

      9 years ago

      You'll have the most wonderful dreams a man could ever have!

    • ARM

      9 years ago

      It is now in your brain and you can never let it go.

    • ARM

      9 years ago

      Watch it again. Many times.

    • ARM

      9 years ago

      Two things:

      No, not RROD yet, but damn close enough.

      And...Now you do.

    • Seas

      9 years ago

      NO

      MORE

      SNOW

      NEED

      WORK

    • Hohenheim

      9 years ago

      Fuckin' A.

    • Hohenheim

      9 years ago

      Tell me about it. It can get goddamn enraging.

    • Hohenheim

      9 years ago

      Using your brain constitutes as trolling nowadays.

    • Hohenheim

      9 years ago

      there's too many people and not enough brain to account for the half of 'em, is the problem.

      Post edited 1/31/10 10:16PM

    • Hohenheim

      9 years ago

      yeah, all this new shit with system32 and whatnot and wherehow. shit's weird.

    • Hohenheim

      9 years ago

      ok, that's a relief. for a second I was all GODDAMMIT RIP AND TEAR RIP AND MOTHERFUCKING TEAR but now I'm cool and stuff.

    • Hohenheim

      9 years ago

      did you just one-up me? DAMNATION

    • Hohenheim

      9 years ago

      yes

    • casmarie

      9 years ago

      Whoever said it did? :P

    • Gin_Ichimaru

      9 years ago

      Pre-Heresy For sure.

      I gots it all over again when I bought Visions of Heresy Artbook.
      Amazing treasure.

    • Zankaru

      9 years ago

      FFFFFUUUUUCCCKKKK YYYYEEEEEAAAAAHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


      Haha, thats what I thought. =)

    • halofreak003

      9 years ago

      Oh yeah, too true

    • halofreak003

      9 years ago

      Yeah, I know how that feels... Some days I go like 35 - 4 and some days I can't kill someone with a knife for shit >.< haha, I guess that's MW2 for ya

    • halofreak003

      9 years ago

      Don't be, I was laughing the whole time lol

    • halofreak003

      9 years ago

      It was like a week ago before the UT Vs Alabama game, I saw the Eliteinskirt part of the gamertag and was like NO WAY! XD Then you and your buddies and you whipped my ass since my team didn't know what to do :P

    • halofreak003

      9 years ago

      Haha, dude, I totally played with you on Modern Warfare 2 without noticing until now! Lol

    • Bayard FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold The uneasyDreamer

      9 years ago

      Almost no internet access, work six days out of seven, having to live with my sister again. Not too bad all things considered.

    • Bayard FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold The uneasyDreamer

      9 years ago

      Howzit?

    • Zankaru

      9 years ago

      1) Hrrrmmmm.... Youtube is tolerable, but I'm not crazy about the idea.

      2) Did you see Waters of Mars?




      1) Well if you set up all the videos in different tabs so they all load, and you fullscreen the video, its really not much different from watching it on TV. Well, atleast for me it is, but thats cause I have a monster of a monitor.

      2) I missed the first....20-ish minutes of it, but saw the rest. I LOVED the ending when the doctor nearly turned evil. There is nothing more satisfying to me than seeing a good guy turn evil. I would have to say water of mars is my favorite new "episode" of doctor who, taking the spot from 'The family of blood".

    • Zankaru

      9 years ago

      Yus, The End of Time is awesome. Was watching Part 2 on BBC America today but didn't get to finish it. :/

      Thats got to suck. You might be able to find it on youtube if you have no other option, I know some people cant stand watching tv shows on the computer. I had to go online to see part 1 because I missed it, but I recorded part 2 twice just to make sure. =)

    • Seas

      9 years ago

      ...I'm going to do it.

    • Seas

      9 years ago

      I ALREADY IGNORE MY HAIR (See attached image) AND I WIN AT LIFE (half of the time) NOW ALL I NEED TO DO IS BE A PIRATE!!!

      Rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    • Seas

      9 years ago

      Needs more

      FUCK YEAH!
    • Seas

      9 years ago

      I SEE WHAT YOU DID THERE (Bowie related)

      Also.

      IDLENESS LEADS TO HERESY!!! (DoW anyone?)

    • hunterbrute

      9 years ago

      that'd be cool, it's been a long time since i've seen a truly awesome game

    • ARM

      9 years ago

      I would be quite pissed.

    • ARM

      9 years ago

      I assure you, 'tis not as bitter frozen as Colorado is. Blasted elevation.

    • ARM

      9 years ago

      GIVE ME YOUR STATE'S WARMTH!

    • Xhyra

      9 years ago

      "God, I could just imagine what his Q would be like."

      I could say a Techpriest, but Q is always coming up with NEW inventions, and technology in the 41st Millennium has remained the same for about ten thousand years...

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