Sasquatch101

Male
from doncaster, in rum old yorkshire

  • Activity

    • ONCE AGAIN BACK

      8 years ago

      Sasquatch101

      IS THE INCREDIBLE, you know the rest

      yes im backish again

      made SJT

      not much else

    • 8 years ago

      Sasquatch101
    • Shaking off the cobwebs

      10 years ago

      Sasquatch101

      Back in the swing again.

      Still paying taxes without knowing where they're goin.

      Still ejoying a weekend drink, just ask foxtrotfire.

      Still wishin i'd done better in school and stayed away from foxtrotfire.

      Still thankful that he's my best friend though.

      Still listening to slow lyrical hiphop.(if you don't like it then MEH)

      Still big and still single.

      Still lovin old cars.

      Still F.R.E.S.H.

      Still me i guess, good to be back though.

    • MILITANT BLACKGUY

      10 years ago

      Sasquatch101

      Sup peopole. Its been a while yet again since i updated so my apologeeze.

      Well as you may have already gathered i've got some good nose and the bad nose. Zee good nose is that:

      1. I made lance corporal( power feels good)
      2. I'm now the company's tolken black N.C.O.

      So yeah i'm more than a bit happy wit my bad self. My section and I came second this year in the annual Rifles cup which is a regimental competition where the best cadets from the county are selected to compete for this most highly regarded prize. Hell even if you come third your like the cadet version of the S.A.S. or something.

      And now for the Bad Nose, i got paid the otherday. This credit crunch sucks ass.

    • What it is, people?

      10 years ago

      Sasquatch101

      damn have i got some stuff to tell you guys, blaaaddy hell its been a while.

      well besides the fact that i've been havin trouble getting on to RVB since my tower has been stuffed up, i've finally been accepted onto my college course, joined the army the cadeTs as i rifleman and I'm currently up for promotion to Lance Corporal.

      since i've been away for a while please excuse the fact that i may not get around all the new alerts on my watch list, no matter how small it may be.

      stay respected, The first and only.

    • GOTTA GET

      11 years ago

      Sasquatch101

      If your serious about gaming, and want the most badass of experiences, check mah shiznit BOOIIEEE.

      becasue this just KICKS TOTAL ASS
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    • Dr. Phil

      11 years ago

      Sasquatch101

      I know most people would love to be listened to and there every word hung onto, but i wish people would stop comin to me for advice, YOUR PROBLEMS ARE NOT BELONG TO ME, I DON'T WANT OYUR BASES. But, meh, I can't really complain about you guys, and girls, on RVB since you always have sometyhing meaningful to talk about, whether it's something worth while or, lets face it, complete bullshit (both funny and whacked out kinds apear here =P) on here we tend to keep to our seleves, apart from one asshole who knows who he is. But in the big melting pot of the real world (the one that dosen't revolve around porn. -- 3ngin33r Lord) my friends and fams just keep coming to me with there problems, i mean who am i here Montel? HELL i don't even come from the same country as him let alone look like him, i'm more of a fudge toffe colour, and i kind happy with my hair.
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      i've really got to get a better picture of me on here, god i look like a freakin girl there, jesus.
      The scary lookin jamaican lady on the far right is my granma, keep your lurid fanatsises to your damn self Hamham.
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      Montel Williams, chat show host. Mom tends to watch him A LOT.

      Any way, as a new years res, i'm gonna leave you guys an itellectual Wu-Tang Clan lyric, since most people think hiphop is no brain. if you want me to break them down to lamens terms, just message and i'll explain 'em to you.

      "He swong on, his lungs were torn/ the king pin just castled the rook and lost a pawn."-Gza, liquid swords.

    • He deserves rememberance

      11 years ago

      Sasquatch101

      Walter Tull, the son of joiner, was born in Folkestone in April 1888. Walter's father, the son of a slave, had arrived from Barbados in 1876 and had married a girl from Kent. Over the next few years the couple had six children.

      In 1895, when Walter was seven, his mother died. Walter's father remarried but died two years later. The stepmother was unable to cope with all six children and Walter and his brother Edward were sent to a Methodist run orphanage in Bethnal Green, London.

      After finishing his schooling Tull served an apprenticeship as a printer. Walter was a keen footballer and had a trial at Clapton, a East London amateur club. By the beginning of the 1908-09 season Tull was playing for the first-team. A talented inside-forward, he helped Clapton enjoy a successful season. They won the Amateur Cup, the London Senior Cup and the London County Amateur Cup. The Football Star praised Tull's "clever footwork" and described him as being the "catch of the season".

      Walter Tull was invited to join Tottenham Hotspur and the club decided to sign this promising young footballer. It has been claimed that Tull was only the second black man to play professional football in Britain. The first was Arthur Wharton, who signed for Preston North End in 1886.

      In May 1909 Tull went on a tour of South America with Tottenham Hotspur and played games in Argentina and Uruguay. In a letter he wrote to a friend he complained that he was suffering from "sunstroke and feeling very queer for a few days." He also complained that "none of the waiters spoke English".

      On his return to England Tull joined Spurs for a £10 signing-on fee. It was agreed that he would be paid the maximum wage of £4 per week. Spurs had just been promoted to the First Division of the Football League. Tull made his debut against Sunderland. Spurs lost 3-1 and they suffered a second defeat against Everton the following week. They got their first point with a 2-2 draw against Manchester United.

      Tull got considerable praise for these early performances. The Daily Chronicle claimed that "Tull's display on Saturday (against Manchester United) must have astounded everyone who saw it. Such perfect coolness, such judicious waiting for a fraction of a second in order to get a pass in not before a defender has worked to a false position, and such accuracy of strength in passing I have not seen for a long time. During the first half, Tull just compelled Curtis to play a good game, for the outside-right was plied with a series of passes that made it almost impossible for him to do anything other than well."

      Tull scored his first goal against Bradford City a week later. The Daily Chronicle pointed out on the 4th October, 1909, that he was "a class superior to that shown by most of his colleagues". However, after playing just seven first-team games he was dropped and played the rest of the season in the reserves.

      In the 1910-11 season he played in only three games. This included a goal against Manchester City. He also scored 10 goals in 27 league games with the reserves. Disillusioned by his lack of first-team appearances he was transferred for what was said to be a "heavy transfer fee" to Northampton Town in the Southern League. He was signed by Herbert Chapman who was later to become a highly successful manager of Huddersfield Town and Arsenal. Chapman had originally played under Britain's first black player Arthur Wharton, when he was the coach of Stalybridge Rovers.

      Tull scored four in one match while playing as an inside forward for Northampton Town. However, he played most of his 110 games for Northampton as a wing-half. Tull became the club's most popular player. Tull did not always get a good response from the fans of the opposition. The Northampton Echo reported on 9th October 1909: "A section of the spectators made a cowardly attack upon him in language lower than Billingsgate... Let me tell these Bristol hooligans (there were but few of them in a crowd of nearly twenty thousand) that Tull is so clean in mind and method as to be a model for all white men who play football whether they be amateur or professional. In point of ability, if not in actual achievement, Tull was the best forward on the field.''

      Tull's ... display on Saturday must have astounded everyone who saw it. Such perfect coolness, such judicious waiting for a fraction of a second in order to get a pass in not before a defender has worked to a false position, and such accuracy of strength in passing I have not seen for a long time."

      Other clubs wanted to sign Walter Tull and in 1914 Glasgow Rangers began negotiations with Northampton Town. However, before he could play for them the First World War was declared. Tull immediately abandoned his career and offered his services to the British Army. Walter, like many professional players, joined the Football Battalion. The Army soon recognised Tull's leadership qualities and he was quickly promoted to the rank of sergeant.

      In July 1916, Tull took part in the major Somme offensive. Tull survived this experience but in December 1916 he developed trench fever and was sent home to England to recover. Tull had impressed his senior officers and recommended that he should be considered for further promotion. When he recovered from his illness, instead of being sent back to France, he went to the officer training school at Gailes in Scotland. Despite military regulations forbidding "any negro or person of colour" being an officer, Tull received his commission in May, 1917.

      Lieutenant Walter Tull was sent to the Italian front. This was an historic occasion because Tull was the first ever black officer in the British Army. He led his men at the Battle of Piave and was mentioned in dispatches for his "gallantry and coolness" under fire.

      Tull stayed in Italy until 1918 when he was transferred to France to take part in the attempt to break through the German lines on the Western Front. On 25th March, 1918, 2nd Lieutenant Tull was ordered to lead his men on an attack on the German trenches at Favreuil. Soon after entering No Mans Land Tull was hit by a Ger

    • ....

      11 years ago

      Sasquatch101

      hows it goin?

    • Well I'm BACK BABY

      11 years ago

      Sasquatch101

      DIDJA MISS MAH?

  • About Me

  • Comments (803)

    • CountryRip87

      9 years ago

      Hello , i was up in Doncaster yesterday 18.08.09 . Do you read your local paper , did you hear orad about something that happened right after the Coventy Doncaster game . Police and Ambulances loads of them .
      nice area by the stadium , keepmoat .

    • go_naruto

      10 years ago

      Hi

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      Oh-ma god, ma nigga
      uk.youtube.com/watch?v=LR-hqQ1Oxho

    • Green_knight

      10 years ago

      Yes, the Somme was one the most tragic of battles, on both sides.

    • Green_knight

      10 years ago

      I know I had been offline for about a year myself, so I understand why I might be off the watchlist, but I did go back online!

      So, thats what this comment is for, so that if you decide to put me back om your watchlist let me know, ok?

      For now, I want to free up my watchlist, and put current, active Users on it.

      Any of my friends that doesn't post something will be taken off my watchlist.....

      With Exceptions to Moderators, since some apparently get too many comments, but thats neither here, nor there, so hurry up speak up!

    • Chris-Scrambles

      10 years ago

      Sergeant Johnson. But you have to start smoking cigars and giving motivational speeches that mix religion and military hardware like these www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLl3TTor5JE. I miss him. They should give his voice actor a radio show.

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

      10 years ago

      :D

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

      10 years ago

      did you see my new killzone pics <.<

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      You can change shape =D

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      pown.it/416

      Heh...?

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      This anti bullying video we had to do for Media class

      We took it WAY outta context

      But we did win this mini competition thing :D

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      Oh and heres yours-truly in an awesome vid :D
      uk.youtube.com/watch?v=vMIUnfPj-4k

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      pown.it/1993

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      pown.it/1297

      Where the hood, where the hood, where the hood at!

    • nerfherder23

      10 years ago

      This is an incredible journal. Far better than any other that I've read.

      Check it out:
      rvb.roosterteeth.com/members/journal/entry.php?id=2155700&page=2#c12589036

      Comment on it, mod it, and Watch the comments.

      Be sure you mod it. We need to keep it on the Community Journals.

      And try to make a journal about it. Spread the news, PLEASE!

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      Choo suck... badly

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      Oh and Bring my American Dad boxset tomorrow

    • pvtlump

      10 years ago

      kewl man thanks for the comment smiley0.gif

    • wookie_likes

      10 years ago

      makes sence if you think about it =l

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      Shyea well
      Your pleadin for a bleedin

    • wookie_likes

      10 years ago

      I like how he did corax and night haunter

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      ...shyeah

      Your my Special friend who needs a bitch slap

    • Emre004

      10 years ago

      Anytime my mate.

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      know what, fine

      Amma take that shit off

      ...choo happy..

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      "no"

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      ...wtf?


      Buts its true

    • FoxtrotFire

      10 years ago

      Amma punchoo

    • Macgunnny

      11 years ago

      hey man

    • FoxtrotFire

      11 years ago

      Sasquatch likes men!

      ...In his gob!

    • FoxtrotFire

      11 years ago

      Sup BOOII*Cough cough -Spews-*

      I guess I'm glad I went home =(

      Honkey Mcgee aint well

    • nerfherder23

      11 years ago

      Have you been to The Gamer's Forum in a while?

      Please log in, and make some posts. We're trying to prevent inactive members.

      Also, it would be helpful if you could post a journal promoting the Forum to all your friends.

    • CountryRip87

      11 years ago

      Hey check this oot . You might like it. Its the Nextmen.Its Biggie. Its De La Soul approved.

    • CountryRip87

      11 years ago

      ......that or to impress a women. Which is still nuts.

    • CountryRip87

      11 years ago

      There can only be one reasonably explanation for bear riding .

    • Emre004

      11 years ago

      Actually, it wasn't really hard.

    • CountryRip87

      11 years ago

      Hey ,if youve got teletext check page 111. Fame at last. For the city at least.

    • Emre004

      11 years ago

      A footstool box. Took a year's design and a year's work to complete it. We only had one chance a week to do D&T.

      I already mentioned it in the caption.

    • Emre004

      11 years ago

      Actually DID GCSE D&T.

      Got a C.

    • CountryRip87

      11 years ago

      Oasis-1.jpg
      Playing songs from only - Definatly Maybe and Whats the Story (Morning Glory} For some this is where the Oasis and the 90`s peaked.

    • Emre004

      11 years ago

      Well, cool picture.

    • CountryRip87

      11 years ago

      Mmm,dunno ,dunno. I read it all . The cynic in me says what its really going to be like is having joypads with rumble strapped to you. Something like that id see if i could try and still be able to send it back if it was a waste of time. Still,if it does what they say and does it well it could be worth a punt.

    • Tmoneyrlz

      11 years ago

      lol with the perfect set up 2

    • FoxtrotFire

      11 years ago

      :P

    • FoxtrotFire

      11 years ago

      =:o

    • redsucks2224

      11 years ago

      Yea, I play it on my PS2 all the time. Its my favortie game ever

    • exniner

      11 years ago

      lol....i mean besides mental retardation or innebration (which wouldnt account for the ammount of times he struck the goat) its the only thing that fits

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

      11 years ago

      pylons

    • exniner

      11 years ago

      .....boredom???

    • exniner

      11 years ago

      holy crap!

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