Sephiroth_19

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from US, But From The UK

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    • Happy Summer Vacation, one and all!

      13 years ago

      Sephiroth_19

      Over here in the states...sadly where I currently reside...It's the first day of Summer vacation for me, and my god this is quite possibly one of the greatest things the US public school system has to offer! Well...I myself am glad I'm living by the sea at least...well the gulf of mexico...but thats a different story all together...

      So!

      I'm planning quite the vacation to reckon with...sadly..I still cant afford plane tickets to the UK...or anywhere else for that matter...damn..
      but anyway, at least I don't have to deal with high school until Autumn.

      Until next time, be cool and know where your loyalties lie!

      I bid you all good day!

    • Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

      13 years ago

      Sephiroth_19

      Although I'm not irish, I do enjoy celebrating this holiday of merriment and tomfoolery...although it was based upon the arrival of Saint Patrick to ireland, his conversion to catholicism, his teaching of the masses, using the clover as a teaching aid to help him describe the holy trinity, and the much fabeled driving the snakes from ireland. also, here's a more detailed description for Ye to read when you're done getting wasted/getting over that hangover, and treating those perpetual pinchings that "went too far" due to the fact that someone caught you not wearing green.

      Saint Patrick's Day: A History

      Saint Patrick is believed to have been born in the late fourth century, and is often confused with Palladius, a bishop who was sent by Pope Celestine in 431 to be the first bishop to the Irish believers in Christ.

      Saint Patrick was the patron saint and national apostle of Ireland who is credited with bringing christianity to Ireland. Most of what is known about him comes from his two works, the Confessio, a spiritual autobiography, and his Epistola, a denunciation of British mistreatment of Irish christians. Saint Patrick described himself as a "most humble-minded man, pouring forth a continuous paean of thanks to his Maker for having chosen him as the instrument whereby multitudes who had worshipped idols and unclean things had become the people of God."

      Saint Patrick is most known for driving the snakes from Ireland. It is true there are no snakes in Ireland, but there probably never have been - the island was separated from the rest of the continent at the end of the Ice Age. As in many old pagan religions, serpent symbols were common and often worshipped. Driving the snakes from Ireland was probably symbolic of putting an end to that pagan practice. While not the first to bring christianity to Ireland, it is Patrick who is said to have encountered the Druids at Tara and abolished their pagan rites. The story holds that he converted the warrior chiefs and princes, baptizing them and thousands of their subjects in the "Holy Wells" that still bear this name.

      There are several accounts of Saint Patrick's death. One says that Patrick died at Saul, Downpatrick, Ireland, on March 17, 460 A.D. His jawbone was preserved in a silver shrine and was often requested in times of childbirth, epileptic fits, and as a preservative against the "evil eye." Another account says that St. Patrick ended his days at Glastonbury, England and was buried there. The Chapel of St. Patrick still exists as part of Glastonbury Abbey. Today, many Catholic places of worship all around the world are named after St. Patrick, including cathedrals in New York and Dublin city

    • Late-vacation entry

      13 years ago

      Sephiroth_19

      Alright. I'm currently writing this entry on my dad's laptop in a hotel room. Luckily they have internet access. So far I have a few days of spring break left, and so far I have had been to Chattanooga, TN, Ceveland, OH, Niagara Falls/Buffalo ,NY/ Niagara Falls, ON (in canada), and tommorow I'm gonna be going to Hell....And who thought it would be in Michigan. ( just kidding...there are actually several towns in the USA called hell.) Heh, The majorety of the Niagara river was frozen over (including the surrounding area, with ice & snow) Honetly, i can't wait to get back to the warmer region of the south. Until next time

      Later

    • ...Another shocking revelation...

      13 years ago

      Sephiroth_19

      Well, if any of you have seen the first part of my last journal entry, that the prophetic visions I have been having, I have another case when it came true...

      Today, on Sunday the 19th 2006, my Grandmother died...well....it was at least a peaceful death..

      Honestly, I am now fearful of my visions in that they are becoming more and more accurate.

      The fact that the dreams I have been having have been vague in the past. But are more accurate now, is somewhat disturbing...I cannot tell whether it is a blessing or a curse...

      But for no apparent reason, I am devoid of all emotion to the moment. No motives within my being have made me see reason in this...but I will see to the reason why.


      .....

      I may update this journal as time goes on, but I doubt it....

      It has been arranged that the deceased's sons and grandsons be Pallbearers...I'm not sure if I should be honored or fear a coming bad omen...well...for now, my mother is in the denial/ wanting attention stage...I don't blame her...

      well, until next time,

      peace

    • Sadness envelopes me on this day...

      13 years ago

      Sephiroth_19

      Today started out okay enough, a little foggy but okay...
      For the past few nights, I have been experiencing strange dreams where I am on a great hilltop above a valley where a village resides. As I walk along the hillside path, a tall dark figure in a cloak stops me, and points me in the direction of the village below. Noticing in the shadows about him, his skeletal face, and rather large scythe, I took note he was the angel of death. And so I went to the town. Once I got there, the entire village was consumed within a great shadow emanating from above the hilltop. It was a personification of the valley of the shadow of death, apparently, as everyone around me started dying of various reasons. But I was not fazed by any of it. I brushed these dreams as nothing more than dreams, but...I was horribly wrong...

      My cat was supposedly injured while we were not at home, which is strange, because he was fine and perfectly healthy on Tuesday. But his condition got worse as each day went on, then today, we decided to take him to the Vet to see what the matter was, and get a diagnosis.

      He was on death's doorstep.

      And so he was euthanized.

      It was when my mother picked my up from school that I heard the news, I didn't say a word or anything for some time. He was a very important animal to me, and I knew death was but a part of life, and knew how to deal with it accordingly, however, my raw emotions kicked in, and when I got home, I set down my stuff and went into my room. I silently closed the door, slid off my black-tinted sunglasses, and wept like I never have before.

      But of course,

      I knew...

      That no-one is truly dead,

      But merely moving onward to another plane of existence


      Rest in Peace my little friend, may your soul find peace...

      R.I.P.: Yoshi Ishbu York: Cat, loyal companion, and a Much missed soul.

      Death is more universal than life; everyone dies but not everyone lives. -A. Sachs

      When I pass, speak freely of my shortcomings and my flaws. Learn from them, for I'll have no ego to injure. - Aaron McGruder

      As a well-spent day brings happy sleep, so life well used brings happy death.
      -Leonardo da Vinci

    • I know I'm a lil late on this but...

      13 years ago

      Sephiroth_19

      Well happy new year, all!....just saying...

      Should all aquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind..err...*hic*...*drunken groaning in the tune of the song*...H@prye..new'sS YEarAsas..s.s.s.s....

      ..*Hic*...

      *Falls down a flight of stairs*

      ..Oops...

      ...*hic*....

      ......*hic*.....

      .....*hic...


      *Stands up quickly*

      HAPPY F****** NEW YEAR!!!!!

      HUZZAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      ...
      .
      *Falls down again*

      Ah, screw it, *presses play on a stereo*


      Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
      and never brought to mind?
      Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
      and auld lang syne.


      For auld lang syne, my dear,
      for auld lang syne.
      We’ll tak’ a cup o’ kindness yet,
      for auld lang syne.

      And surely you’ll be your pint stowp,
      and surely I’ll be mine,
      and we’ll drink a richt guid willy waught,
      for auld lang syne.



      We twa hae run aboot the braes,
      and pu’d the gowans fine,
      but we’ve wandered monie a wearie fit’,
      since auld lang syne.



      We twa hae paidled in the burn,
      frae morning sun ’till dine,
      but seas a’tween us braid hae roared,
      since auld lang syne.



      And here’s a hand my trusty fere,
      and gie’s a hand o’ thine,
      and we’ll tak' a cup o’ kindness yet,
      for auld lang syne.



      Minimalist translation:
      Should old acquaintance be forgot,
      and never brought to mind?
      Should old acquaintance be forgot,
      and auld lang syne.


      For auld lang syne, my dear,
      for auld lang syne.
      We'll take a cup o’ kindness yet,
      for auld lang syne.

      And surely you’ll get your pint mug,
      and surely I’ll get mine,
      and we’ll drink a right good-will toast,
      for auld lang syne.



      We two have run about the hills,
      and pulled the daisies fine,
      but we’ve wandered many a weary foot,
      since auld lang syne.



      We two have paddled in the stream,
      from morning sun ’till dine,
      but seas between us broad have roared,
      since auld lang syne.



      And here’s a hand my trusty friend,
      and give a hand o’ yours,
      and we'll take a cup o’ kindness yet,
      for auld lang syne.


      ...And hopefully none of you got TOTALLY wasted, and did something you'll soon regret, eh?



      ....Once again.....happy new year...and to all....a...something..or..other..



      (P.S. I mean this as a joke, obviously, lol)

    • My Exile pt. 1

      13 years ago

      Sephiroth_19

      (This is for all of my friends and acquaintances who are British. Surely you must understand my feelings on my current situation. Also: To many Americans: I'm sorry if I offend you, I don't hold any anger towards most anyone American, so if I offend you, please don't take it out on me. If this offends anyone, this is my official apology.)

      Alright. I'll start out from the beginning. About 10 years or so, give or take a few. My parents, myself, and my brother moved from our lovely home in the United Kingdom, to our current place of residence in Pensacola, Florida. In the United States of America. Although it was a rocky start at first, we soon found somewhat a sense of normalcy....well...almost....

      Ever since that day, I have entitled my stay in this land as "My Exile", and for good reason. No, we weren't exiled from England, Scotland, Wales, or Ireland. We moved. However ridiculous it was, my parents’ minds were made up, and so we packed up all our belongings, sold some that we didn't need, and left for the US. At first, being a child and all, I was wide-eyed, happy, and bushy-tailed. I was excited at the time because of the move, but once I got there, it was merely a matter of time until I realized the truth.

      Being an Englishman in the southern region of the United States wasn't easy. Numerous times have I found myself mocked, teased, made fun of, and to some I was considered a slave...Ironic. Considering the old verse..."Britons will not be slaves"...if I remember correctly.

      Over the time in which I have been in this "exile" of sorts, I have noticed something...The UK is like the parent nation of the US and Canada, if you think about it for a moment. The US being the son who disobeys his parents wishes, and ran away from home, Canada, being the more, well-behaved, "Goody-two-shoes" type, as many Americans would say.

      Have you ever been homesick? Ever been on a vacation, or a trip of one kind or another, and not see your home in such a long time, then you begin to have this deep pain in your soul that no medicine of mankind can heal? I have to experience that alot...but amplify that by 100 times, and you'll find my case.

      As I explained in a previous paragraph, it's tough being a brit in the US, but alot of the time, ever since I was enrolled in American High School, Blimey. Girls love the accent! But there are some blokes in the 'States, that see this as a threat, and need to supposedly defend "Their" Women, and just like Primates, they jump at me with violent thoughts. But it seems that the pen is mightier than the sword in this case; as I find myself outwit many a fool, by saying words that they haven't even heard of in such a fashion that it confuses them enough, in which it gives me time to nonchalantly walk away. But if they persist...*sigh*...."Why must all Americans resort to violence?" A rhetorical question I ask when I find myself in a fight with an American. The Scottish blood that courses though my veins is that of the ancient Lauder Clan, and I will not hesitate to use every fiber in my being to strike down anyone who wishes to cause harm to me or anything that I care about in any way, shape or form.

      By the blood of many a generation of the British Empire, I proudly say:

      Long Live The Empire!

      End of Part One
      ________________________

      ADDITION: Although I am faced with regular challenges that this nation led by corrupt politicians throws at me, I shall not Falter! For my name is Charles York, and I am an Englishman!!! *Cue British Anthem*

    • Now For Something Completely Different

      13 years ago

      Sephiroth_19

      The Argument Sketch

      *Monty Python Music Starts playing*

      Man: Good morning, I'd like to have an argument, please.
      Receptionist: Certainly, sir. Have you been here before?
      Man: No, this is my first time.
      Receptionist: I see, well we'll see who's free at the moment. Mr. Bakely's free, but he's a little bit concilliatory. No. Try Mr. Barnhart, room 12.
      Man: Thank you.

      He enters room 12.

      Angry man: WHADDAYOU WANT?
      Man: Well, Well, I was told outside that...
      Angry man: DON'T GIVE ME THAT, YOU SNOTTY-FACED HEAP OF PARROT DROPPINGS!
      Man: What?
      Angry man: SHUT YOUR FESTERING GOB, YOU TIT! YOUR TYPE MAKES ME PUKE! YOU VACUOUS
      STUFFY-NOSED MALODOROUS PERVERT!!!
      Man: Yes, but I came here for an argument!!
      Angry man: OH! Oh! I'm sorry! This is abuse!
      Man: Oh! Oh I see!
      Angry man: Aha! No, you want room 12A, next door.
      Man: Oh...Sorry...
      Angry man: Not at all!
      Angry man: (under his breath) stupid git.

      The man goes into room 12A. Another man is sitting behind a desk.

      Man: Is this the right room for an argument?
      Other Man: (pause) I've told you once.
      Man: No you haven't!
      Other Man: Yes I have.
      Man: When?
      Other Man: Just now.
      Man: No you didn't!
      Other Man: Yes I did!
      Man: You didn't!
      Other Man: I did!
      Man: You didn't!
      Other Man: I'm telling you, I did!
      Man: You didn't!
      Other Man: (breaking into the developing argument) Oh I'm sorry, is this a five minute argument, or the full half hour?
      Man: Ah! (taking out his wallet and paying) Just the five minutes.
      Other Man: Just the five minutes. Thank you. Anyway, I did.
      Man: You most certainly did not!
      Other Man: Now let's get one thing perfectly clear: I most definitely told you!
      Man: Oh no you didn't!
      Other Man: Oh yes I did!
      Man: Oh no you didn't!
      Other Man: Oh yes I did!
      Man: Oh no you didn't!
      Other Man: Oh yes I did!
      Man: Oh no you didn't!
      Other Man: Oh yes I did!
      Man: Oh no you didn't!
      Other Man: Oh yes I did!
      Man: Oh no you didn't!
      Other Man: Oh yes I did!
      Man: No you DIDN'T!
      Other Man: Oh yes I did!
      Man: No you DIDN'T!
      Other Man: Oh yes I did!
      Man: No you DIDN'T!
      Other Man: Oh yes I did!
      Man: Oh look, this isn't an argument!

      (pause)

      Other Man: Yes it is!
      Man: No it isn't!

      (pause)

      Man: It's just contradiction!
      Other Man: No it isn't!
      Man: It IS!
      Other Man: It is NOT!
      Man: You just contradicted me!
      Other Man: No I didn't!
      Man: You DID!
      Other Man: No no no!
      Man: You did just then!
      Other Man: Nonsense!
      Man: (exasperated) Oh, this is futile!!

      (pause)

      Other Man: No it isn't!
      Man: Yes it is!
      (pause)
      I came here for a good argument!
      Other Man: AH, no you didn't, you came here for an argument!
      Man: An argument isn't just contradiction.
      Other Man: Well! it CAN be!
      Man: No it can't!
      An argument is a connected series of statement intended to establish a proposition.
      Other Man: No it isn't!
      Man: Yes it is! 'tisn't just contradiction.
      Other Man: Look, if I argue with you, I must take up a contrary position!
      Man: Yes but it isn't just saying "no it isn't".
      Other Man: Yes it is!
      Man: No it isn't!
      Other Man: Yes it is!
      Man: No it isn't!
      Other Man: Yes it is!
      Man: No it ISN'T! Argument is an intellectual process. Contradiction is just the automatic gainsaying of anything the other person says.
      Other Man: It is NOT!
      Man: It is!
      Other Man: Not at all!
      Man: It is!

      DING! (the arguer hits a bell on his desk and stops.)

      Other Man: Thank you, that's it.
      Man: (stunned) What?

      Other Man: That's it. Good morning.
      Man: But I was just getting interested!
      Other Man: I'm sorry, the five minutes is up.
      Man: That was never five minutes!!
      Other Man: I'm afraid it was.
      Man: (leading on) No it wasn't.....

      (pause)

      Other Man: (dirty look) I'm sorry, I'm not allowed to argue any more.
      Man: WHAT??
      Other Man: If you want me to go on arguing, you'll have to pay for another five minutes.
      Man: But that was never five minutes just now!
      (pause... the Other Man raises his eyebrows)
      Oh this is...
      This is ridiculous!
      Other Man: I told you... I told you, I'm not allowed to argue unless you PAY!
      Man: Oh all right. (takes out his wallet and pays again.) There you are.
      Other Man: Thank you.
      Man: (clears throat) Well...
      Other Man: Well WHAT?
      Man: That was never five minutes just now.
      Other Man: I told you, I'm not allowed to argue unless you've paid!
      Man: Well I just paid!
      Other Man: No you didn't!
      Man: I DID!!!
      Other Man: YOU didn't!
      Man: I DID!!!
      Other Man: YOU didn't!
      Man: I DID!!!
      Other Man: YOU didn't!
      Man: I DID!!!
      Other Man: YOU didn't!
      Man: (unable to talk straight he's so mad) I don't want to argue about it!
      Other Man: Well I'm very sorry but you didn't pay!
      Man: Ah HAH!! Well if I didn't pay, why are you arguing??? Ah HAAAAAAHHH! Gotcha!

      Other Man: (pause) No you haven't!
      Man: Yes I have!
      If you're arguing, I must have paid.
      Other Man: Not necessarily.
      I could be arguing in my spare time.

      Just thought I'd put something off Monty Python's Flying Circus on here

    • The Complex

      13 years ago

      Sephiroth_19

      This is a theory I have derived from utter fact, please don't neg-mod me, I beg of you. You might even start to believe me.

      It is known as the Red vs. Blue complex. It surrounds us, it envelopes us, it binds us all together in the tapestry of time and space. If you think about it, I mean Really think about it, you'll notice that everything that ever was, and ever will be, in a sense, is Red Vs. Blue.

      I assure you, I'm not insane.

      Hear me out for a moment.

      If you have knowledge of the past, and of the future, you will notice a strange similarity. Crips Vs. Bloods, Republicans Vs. Democrats, School rivalries (High school rivalries as well as schools of the college level), The Battle of the Sexes (Not a real war, but more of a cultural aspect, mind you), The War of the Roses...well maybe not that, because it was red vs white, and sports rivalries, just to name a few. Even starting back to the dawn of man, and into the future.

      In some way, shape, form, or mannerism, there has always been Red Vs. Blue.

      The Machinima series is another part in this ongoing war, even though one cannot see it, it is there, you just need to look hard enough.
      And so, I show you all this theory, you are quite welcome to comment or discuss it if you wish.

      But take note, that this is a pretty accurate theory if you really think about it.

    • Random stuff...

      13 years ago

      Sephiroth_19

      Okay, I'm a just gonna post a few bits & pieces of random stuff in here...

      Okay, let's see, Monday, October 3rd was my b-day, and I got a PSP, w00tness indeed...
      I went on vacation to Key west, and I went to a bunch of places on the way, traveling on Highway 1 down the coastline,and back home up the coastline of the gulf of mexico, and when I got back home, in Northwest Florida (Pensacola), I had Circumnavigated the state of Florida, as well got a Sh*t load of kick ass stuff, and such...

      Let's see...Oh, and I started a bit of artwork, and I'm pretty good, I guess...

      umm...

      IMPORTANT NEWS BULLETIN!: Gas Prices higher Than Dude At Weezer Concert...More Newz *puff* Whenever...*cough* (lol)

      Let's see...The Family Guy Movie KICKED MUCH ASS!!! funny as hell..

      Oh, and this just TAKES THE GODDAM CAKE!My girlfriend LEAVES ME only a couple of days before my birthday, and I'm still Pissed off and sad because of it...DAMN IT!!! So now I've been taking my anger and sadness out in other ways, But I don't know how I will be able to find another woman like her...*sigh*...I probably didn't deserve her anyway...and I don't think the relationship was healthy, but we were soe good together...*sigh* Oh well...plenty of fish in the sea, no? *chokes back a sob* GODDAMMIT!!...oh well..no use in fuming about it now..I need something to take my mind offa that..

      And there's alot more randomness where that came from..But I'm feeling lazy, so be patient..

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  • Comments (29)

    • CoMM4nd3R

      13 years ago

      If you would like to continue to be my friend go here.

      If not please disregard this comment. Thank you.

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

      13 years ago

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    • Sephiroth_19

      13 years ago

      Awesome!

    • ww3ace

      13 years ago

      Check It:
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    • HANSjurgen

      13 years ago

      """" *Gunshot* Batou:MOTOKO!!!!!! ....."""
      that was the most confusing episode ever when she got shot going up teh stairs i was so damn confused after that i was like wait they cant kill her off she is in teh intro to the show thats against the rules of tv shows , and holy crap it was awesome when she got shot though because she was a cyborg and it was like all bloodyish but it wasnt bloody actually yeah im done sorry im rather tangential (goes easily off on tangents)

    • dustyrider

      13 years ago

      yeah i found another person in my situation im from bristol what about you

    • C_Geffo

      13 years ago

      Bn absurd british comedy sounds like fun :D

      Just seen the Foo Fighters at Earls Court they were fantastic :D

    • metal_demon

      13 years ago

      This is the demon get in to this new F.F.G (final fantisy group) get in and have fun.....By. D

    • SnakeEyes2

      13 years ago

      here is an award from me.

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    • FPSer

      13 years ago

      That is one awesome avatar you got there dude.

    • Sephiroth_19

      14 years ago

      umm..they're on temporary Hiatus, yeah, that's it! Hiatus! um..You'll see them back soon, just be patient

    • BritBoyAl

      14 years ago

      where are your Sephiroth pictures

    • truenightmar

      14 years ago

      new jurnal go look

    • ozit

      14 years ago

      You can get a Freakazoid DVD Boxset on eBay!! *wants one*

    • Sakura18

      14 years ago

      *hugs*

    • 5atan

      14 years ago

      ..He Comes for those who are driven into a corner and have nowhere to go..*echo*..


      haha. niiice.

    • Blue316

      14 years ago

      No one triumphs over the Seph!

    • Elite005

      14 years ago

      lol, those pics of yours rock!!

    • Sephiroth_19

      14 years ago

      ....wo0@aoh!!!!

    • benf_2004

      14 years ago

      Look at this pic. The borders go outside where they usually are.

    • Sephiroth_19

      14 years ago

      Whuttea mean?

    • benf_2004

      14 years ago

      Holy crap! Your images page broke the interwebs! :-O

    • staigscrane

      14 years ago

      i think someone likes pink floyd :)

    • Crprl_Stupid

      14 years ago

      dude, thanx for the coments on the pick, but I'm not actually a goth, according to a budy, I'm closer to a ribbon head apparently, the outfit for them sounds cool though

    • Sephiroth_19

      14 years ago

      I do a little bit of each, but mosly in ninjitsu and Kenjitsu, as well as kendo

    • Decompiler

      14 years ago

      Which martial art do you do?

    • Sephiroth_19

      14 years ago

      well, not entirely, partialy that, and a little inside joke me and my friends like to kick around

    • Donutrox

      14 years ago

      Journal is a quote from Yu-Gi-Oh, right?

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