Hazerblade

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    • J-Land

      11 years ago

      Hazerblade

      Wow, I just realized it's been forever, once again, since I updated this thing. Well...here it goes...

      THE UPDATE

      If I'm not to lazy, I'll edit that to make "The Update" more exciting to look at...otherwise...that'll do.

      So, Japan is pretty cool. I haven't really been able to do much here. I went to a few shrines and a Kokoside Street, which reminds me of New Yorks Time Square. Tons of stores, resturaunts and all that. I can't read any of the symbols or anything, and all I really now how to say is "Thank you," "You're Welcome" and "Good Morning," "Afternoon," and "Night." Other than that, it's really...really hot here. I didn't think I could sweat so much by just STANDING there. Anyway. I'm on lunch at the moment, I'm sure a few of you have seen me on Xbox Live. Talk to you cats later. Later.

      Nathaniel
      (Hazerblade)

    • Holy Crap, an Update!

      11 years ago

      Hazerblade

      Well, I finally finished MOS school. I got honor Graduate, so a promotion towards me was in order. I am now a Lance Corpral. Anyway, right now I have 8 days leave, so I'm heading up to Canada to see my other half, Christine. I love her so much. I've learned my permanent duty station. I'm heading to Okinawa, Japan on April 26th. So, wish me luck over there. Thanks for all the support you've given me so far, it really means a lot to me. I hope you all have fun with RvBMN's, and all those other cool things. Take care, and God bless.

      Nathaniel Hazel
      (Hazerblade)

    • North Carolina...thus far....

      11 years ago

      Hazerblade

      Okie-dokes! Hello again. Well, it has obviously been forever since I've done this, so here you cats go. I just got done with MCT in Camp Pendleton, California, and now I am in Camp Johnson, North Carolina for my MOS school. I'll be here for a little longer than expected because of delays to pick up classes. I'm not TOO worried, but this place isn't very fun. A Wal-Mart, and a Mall, other than that...not too much. My laptop's screen is shot, so I bought a 17'' computer monitor, it's working, but it's bulky, even for a flat screen. Oh well. I have a few weeks to be here, probably until the first or second week of April, then I'll be put somewhere else. Where ever the military needs me, I suppose. Again, not too worried. I sorta want to go to Iraq. Get the tour over with and all that junk. My girlfriend is staying faithful, so I want to make it known to everyone that I love my Christine with everything I have. She has courage to stay with me when I'm going to be gone for long incriments at a time. She is also a saint for going along with the whole fact that I MAY go into another enlistment AFTER I'm done with my first four. But, we'll come to that road when it gets there. That's as much as she knows, what she doesn't know is that if we manage to stay together for the next 3 or 4 years, I'm going to propose to her. So, here's for hoping. Anyway. I enjoyed the weather over in Camp Pendleton A LOT better than here in Camp Johnson. It's just...a lot colder during the day here then over there. And it's flat here, and over there it's hilly and mountainous. Allows for a better scenery. Well, that's my rant. I might be on more, but not certain. Talk at you later.

      (Zelda: Phantom Hourglass has my divided attention. Pretty cool little game there.)

      Pvt. Hazel
      Aka: Hazerblade

    • Achievement Unlocked: Complete Boot Camp

      11 years ago

      Hazerblade

      Yeah, so I'm back! Well, sorta back. I'm in Omaha for the week, and I'll be back on the 21st. I feel bad that I'm going to miss RvBMN, that sucks! I have a lot of video games I have to buy. Assassin's Creed, Rock Band, to list a few. I'll be home until February 19th, so I have a good month to kill, rock, and obliterate all of you on Xbox Live. Nah, you'll probably kick my ass due to my lack of video gaming for the last 3 months. Take care everyone, hope to see you online.

      Hazerblade

    • Boot Camp: ETA...Tomorrow.

      11 years ago

      Hazerblade

      Well, I leave tomorrow for boot camp. I just want to thank you guys for your support through the last few months. I really appreciate all of it. I know that I'm not a big regular at responding to comments, or posting things on all your sites, but I still say thank you. You guys have been great, and I can't wait until I get back. You guys have been wonderful for the time being. Thanks for being there. Talk to you guys sometime in January.

      Nathaniel Jaymes Hazel
      - Hazerblade

    • Halo 3 = Done

      11 years ago

      Hazerblade

      Well, It was an enjoyable game. I truly didn't care much for multiplayer, but I did enjoy the single player. The story was awesome and everything. Begs the question what will happen now? They did leave the series wide open...but hopefully they don't continue it. I enjoyed this ending, however, I was disappointed that the whole "Believe" thing, with the huge war between brutes and humans wasn't a playable level in campaign, but otherwise, I was fine with it. I beat the game literally 100%. All Achievements are unlocked, however, I didn't seem to get the Commando Shoulders for the Elite. It says the Killing Frenzy Achievement is needed, but, I still didn't get it. Oh well, maybe a patch when I'm in boot camp with come out XP Later all.

    • Red vs Blue Easter Egg In Halo 3!

      11 years ago

      Hazerblade

      Found it! Hilarious in game dialogue. At first I was like "What the hell?" then I realized who was talking. I then stopped what I was doing and listened carefully. It was good. Good luck to you guys finding it as well.

    • Is what I'm doing right?

      11 years ago

      Hazerblade

      That is the question I keep asking myself. I leave in month and everyday, during every exercise, I continue to ask is it worth it, is what I'm doing right?. I have no idea. I've had terrible dreams about failing at this, but that just makes every next crunch, pullup or step just that more terrifying. I may be ready to go, I may be able to run a mile and a half no sweat, but what does it get me if I'm not ready mentally? It's really been getting to me. Christine, my best friend, my lovely lady, she helps me through, but with all that talk it's something that I'll be missing in my bunk in San Diego. I thought this is what I wanted, now I'm not to sure. I suppose everything that we do can get us nervous, and I know that this isn't the worse that there is. I just know that I'm finally getting to the point where I'm afraid of what will become of me. All the things people say to me. "Be careful," "I'll be praying for you," and all the other words of encouragement are helpful, but when I look at it. Why? These words just make me more nervous, being cautious, as if they know something terrible will befall me. I know the chance...and I suppose that's why they are supposed to be encouraging words. I dunno. I don't want to make a huge mistake. Leaving behind everything to be chasing a dream I never even had. Just because I was never cut out for school. I think I made this choice more for my parents then for me. I don't want to disappoint them. I don't want them to think I'm more worthless than I already am. No job, no ambition, no responsibility. So many things wrong with me that the Marines can aid, and yet it scares me. My mortality is looking back at me when I stare at what the Marines really offer me, and it's a eerily cold stare that sends shivers through my entire body.

    • Time for a little Mii Time

      11 years ago

      Hazerblade

      I finally found a Wii and did what any logical person who could find one did...BOUGHT IT! So...My Wii code is up, and, If you guys could post yours, that would be cool...Then I wouldn't have to go look...lol...I'm lazy...leave me alone. I'll be playing WiiSports now. Later.

    • USMC Prep.

      11 years ago

      Hazerblade

      Well, since I leave in about a month and a half, I've been exercising more and more vigorously. Running a mile and a half every day (it will probably end in 3 miles by September 20th) 100 crunches in 2 minutes, and my pathetic 11 pull ups. It's hard to work on those when I have no pull up bar or anything stable enough to do them on. Hopefully I'll be prepared physically for the Marines, but the mental thing is the part that worries me the most. Talk at you guys later.

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