Shura0107

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from Southern California

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    • Game Time Shenanigans

      1 year ago

      Shura0107

      For the past year? I think? I've been attending a Star Wars Saga Edition RPG (D&D 3.5+ ish set in Star Wars) group. Originally one of my friends brought me in because I had expressed interest in joining a table top group and this was one that suited my time. I can't attend the group's regular meetings on Mon nights. Anyways, I joined near the beginning as a Human Soldier, and for flavor text, I'm a Mandalorian veteran of the last war (set in KOTOR era). The GM is basically doing the story of KOTOR 1 because the rest of the group has never played it. Since I have, I try not to spoil it for them. Still, there were some changes. Instead of going to Manaan, we went to Naboo (we called it Gunga Din) because one of the party members is an exiled Gungan Princess. Yes, she speaks in character with the accent.


      I basically spec'd my character out to do one thing: shoot things with a blaster rifle really well. I'm still trying to do the RP aspect of the game, and I'm kinda getting the hang of it, and I have some decent skills that fit in nicely for RP. I realized I didn't min-max either, and there are a few feats/talents that I took that I've never used, but I like to keep them for flavor. I'm also the main damage tank for the group, as I have the most HP, 2nd highest Reflex defense, and Damage Reduction. In the last session, I even decided to take 2 Attack of Opportunites because I could either dodge them or take the hits. Of course, then the GM decides to make me play HP yo-yo that session.


      Shortly after I started playing with that group, the group of friends I was playing Descent with (see previous post) wanted to do something like SWSE, so I basically became the GM for that group. So not only was I getting into playing tabletop RPG, I jumped into being a GM for another group. I'm quite glad I have a very good GM for the group I'm a player in, because I'll take cues from him and learn how to do things by observation. By no means am I a good GM, but I'm learning.


      In the group I GM, I took my char from the other group and made him the group's boss. He sends them out to do things. That way if the group gets a little uppity, they will have a nice challenging boss to fight against. It's also my intention that he will be a boss battle in the end, if not THE boss battle. Also for giggles, I've made The Village People as their rival group that they usually have to thwart. Their entrance is usually heralded by my playing Macho Man or YMCA or In The Navy.


      The running gag in that group is that the Jedi are kinda useless/incompetent because the 2 Jedi players are really awkward as characters, or just suck at rolling. One of the Jedi is better now, as she became a Force Wizard, and doesn't really need to roll high to activate a Force power. The other Jedi... well he respec'd as a combat Jedi and he still rolls low. The group Scoundrel and Scout and Soldier do way better in combat. This group's Soldier is an Ewok.


      Yub Yub.


      Who is also the group's heavy weapons specialist. When the player made the character, I thought it would be amusing to have enemies getting gunned down by an Ewok with a giant gun. So I let the player have a blaster carbine and eventually gave her a missile launcher. Totally worth the time she almost one-shotted a mini-boss I had. However, since no one in the group speaks Ewok, I said that if they don't have a translator droid present (I gave them one but they seem to want to dismantle or shoot him (surprise! He's actually an assassin droid sent by their boss to keep tabs on them)) she can only communicate with the group using an Arnold Schwarzenegger sound board, or an Arnold quote if it's not there. She's quite good at interrogations, like "I've got some questions, and I want them answered immediately!" and "I've got just one question left: who is your daddy, and what does he do?"


      I've also made several characters to throw at my group either as significant bosses or "companions" so that I can "play" in the group. One was just Chewbacca's stat block, but I called him Frokazza aka Fro-Bro the Afro Wookie. His entry was heralded by the theme song from Shaft. The next guy is either a toss up between my Kung-Fu Master named Toumee Aliver (sounds like Tommy Oliver the Green Ranger) or Heavy Weapons Guy (from Team Fortress 2).

    • (Board) Game Time

      2 years ago

      Shura0107

      So a few friends have been playing board games, and it's pretty fun. The main kick we're on right now is Descent, which is like D&D Lite, and of which Star Wars: Imperial Assault is based off of in terms of game mechanics. I call it D&D Lite because characters are pre-defined, and the play field is all done for you (though you have to build it). It also comes with an app that handles the DM (or Overlord) aspect of the game, including story, character levels, and monster generation.


      Last night we had an odd number (5) where as the game is 4 players, so I decided to sit as the Overlord. I followed the main script, but I did the rolls for the monsters. Turns out I'm a mean Overlord. I got the tank to within 2 HP of being down, and in general rolled pretty well when dealing damage and for defenses.


      I've also picked up Firefly: The Game. We haven't played that yet, but I've done a solo game myself. That was pretty cool, though I do think it's better with people. Lots of Firefly references in the cards, and if you're a Firefly fan, you'll love it. If you're not, then you probably don't care about the game to begin with.

    • The Grand Union

      2 years ago

      Shura0107

      I had a thought yesterday as I was taking a shower: the union of the United States of America with the Kingdom of Great Britan and Northern Ireland. However, I'm not the only person to have considered such a Great Reconciliation. In fact, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle made reference to this via his most famous character of Sherlock Holmes.


      "... for I am one of those who believe the folly of a monarch and the blundering of a minister in far-gone years will not prevent our children from being some day citizens of the same world-wide country under a flag which shall be a quartering of the Union Jack with the Stars and Stripes."

      Sherlock Holmes from "The Adventure of the Nobel Bachelor", The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.


      In fact a quick Google search turned up a page where someone else has considered this idea and had created some flags for it. Here. I prefer the first flag variation. The quartering of the Union Jack with stars and 13 stripes.


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      Heresy, you say? An American seeking union with the country that we broke away from? We fought a war so stuff like this wouldn't happen! Or perhaps on the other side of the pond, one would be appalled at the thought of union with such uncouth and ill-mannered (not to mention occasionally in-bred) cousins.


      The reasoning is simple: Great Britain is no longer the premier superpower that it once was, having been usurped by Germany, and now the United States; the United States is being challenged by Russia (again) and China, and it's status as King of the Hill is no longer secure. Why not unite together and rule the world as father and son?


      I've even drafted a bit of a speech for it, one that could be said by Her Majesty, the Queen.


      "In recognition of the "special relationship" between to two nations, and in order to form a more perfect union, Her Majesty's Government holds no distinction between citizens of the United States of America and subjects of the Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland." (and so forth.)


      And of course, the President of the United States would have to say something too. Far be it from me to put words into the mouth of Donald Trump, but maybe something like:


      "We're gonna make speaking English great again! It's gonna be YUUUUUGE!" (Have to keep this under 140 chars for Twitter, too.)


      So now we have established the world dominance of the Grand Union, the US and GB are one country (I have yet to figure out the system of governance, or maybe let's just leave that as is) and we rule the world. Great! What's next? What about our neighbors to the north? America's Hat aka Canada? Sure, the Canadians are welcome, with your maple syrup and hockey, eh? Why not? It'd be a huge power bloc, having unified most of North America (We'll deal with Mexico later) and I'm sure the rest of the English speaking countries will follow suit. Australia and New Zealand? Why not? People around the world love Aussies and Kiwis (and Canucks) more than Americans (and British, sometimes. Man, those colonial scars run deep!).


      I guess what I'm actually advocating for is for the unification of all English speaking countries. If you could call what we Americans speak "English." The Aussies and Kiwis are just likewise mutually unintelligible. I'll save some of the English dialects for later.


      Finally, what about Mexico? We did unify most of North America, what about them, and their constant border runners? Simple: let's annex Mexico. It's how we got most of the American Southwest, after all. If we annex Mexico, there wouldn't be any illegal immigrants, and we wouldn't have to build this wall.


      So, as I sit back with my cup of coffee with a spot of milk (that is exactly how I take my coffee) with a crumpet and biscuits (the British kind) and my guns whilst watching some hockey, I leave you with a few words:


      English, motherf---er, do you speak it?

    • Been a busy week.

      2 years ago

      Shura0107

      It's been a tiring week. My company hosted a conference for our partner companies. I mainly
      concerned myself with the technical talks, and I had to do a demo to all the attendees.


      My team of the Sales Engineers looked like rockstars to everyone else due to the demos that were given. Of the three demos that were given, only mine was got pictures taken of and tweeted out by the VP of Sales. But I think my demo was the one that lacked immediate relevance. The others had good framing and relevance, but mine was "cool" in a "We do what we must because we can. For the good of all of us, except the ones who are dead." kind of way. But we're only rockstars because we present well, or as someone says, "we sell the sizzle on a steak."


      And I technically didn't even do the bulk of the work. I "borrowed" most of the code from a hackathon we had in Jan, and the massaged it a little, and added my own things into it. And googled for answers to issues on Stack Overflow. People haven't realized that my competence comes from my ability to Google. Or maybe they acknowledge that. I don't know.


      No, the recognition that I got is cool, but it isn't what I was most proud of this week. What I'm really proud of is the fact that I had a short and simple conversation in Finnish with one of the partners. He's from Finland, and we've worked together on a few things, and he knows my Finnish colleagues. So when I saw him on Mon night, I was able to say "hello, how are you, good, thank you." and not mangle the words.


      I guess the good thing about having the department over is that we get to go out and eat, and expense it, and it's always good hanging out with my colleagues. I'm very thankful that they're all pretty cool people, even though we occasionally get annoyed at each other because to be honest, working in sales is stressful.

    • Ancient Aliens: Santa Edition

      2 years ago

      Shura0107

      History tells us of a being that somehow is able to deliver presents to all the children of the world in one night. The speed at which someone would need to move would be impossible! One could not go into every house and still have enough time to make it around the world. What about places that don't have chimneys? Or alarm systems? Yet somehow presents get delivered on Christmas Eve and no one knows how they got there. Such a thing is beyond our current technology, but it isn't unheard of; some kind of mass matter conveyance that allows for the "teleportation" of presents into the home.


      Records also show that this being travels in some kind of vehicle that can land and take off in a very short space. Even if this being called Santa visited every house, it did so without leaving a trace, and supposedly lands on the rooftop. This is something that makes use of gravity modification, or anti-gravity, as we generally know it. Us humans have yet to unlock such wonders of the universe.


      We clearly have a well documented historical case of the use of teleportation and anti-gravity, both technologies well beyond the ability of ancient and modern human to duplicate. How can we explain such a thing happening? Could it be that every December 24, we are visited by some unknown, yet technologically advanced race? Is such a thing possible? It might be, and I'd like to think so.


      TL;DR - How can Santa deliver all the presents in his sleigh? I don't know, therefore, aliens.


      In past years, I have discussed the possibility that Santa could be an Asgard from Stargate. After all, they do have the requisite technology to teleport presents, from high above the Earth in flights, and they have the holographic technology to change their appearance to scrawny grey aliens to big, jolly people.


      Merry Christmas! Hyvää joulua

    • Find me on Steam?

      2 years ago

      Shura0107

      Need a friend on Steam? Want to see what I've played? Come find me.


      http://steamcommunity.com/id/shura0107


      I've had a Steam account for a while now, but I've slowly been getting into it more. I've mainly used it to pick up some old games for cheap. Also good because I don't need to deal with physical disks anymore, which is good, because none of my laptops have disk drives, just USB and SSDs.


      If you want to add me, post a message here, especially if your Steam username is different than RvB.

    • Album Review

      2 years ago

      Shura0107

      I've decided to review a new album I picked up right after I got back from Europe. That album is...


      Ghost Ship by Theocracy (available on Amazon)


      Theocracy is a Christian progressive/power metal band from Atlanta, Georgia (US, not Europe). Half of you would eschew the album because it's a Christian album, while the other would eschew it because it's a metal album. But I love it. The driving force behind the album is the founder, Matt Smith, who also wrote a short entry in the Metal Bible. That's a Bible with excerpts and entries written by numerous people geared for metal heads and goths.


      Ghost Ship is the band's 4th album, and I own 3 of them, excluding the self-titled first album that was more a solo project than an actual band.


      The sound of the band is consistent with the other albums, and fits in the progression of the band. Mirror of Souls (album 2) and As The World Bleeds (album 3) have a common sound and progression, and AtWB and GS have a common sound a progression. When I listened to it, I could immediately identify it as Theocracy. As with many metal bands, they are technically proficient in their musicianship, and the guitar solos are epic. If you're wondering what Theocracy sounds like, I would compare them to DragonForce. Maybe not as epic speed metal as them, but the style.


      However, my main gripe is that the mix is a little off, and that the vocals are a little covered by the instruments, unlike the other albums, where the vocals were very clear and easy to hear. Either that or I'm getting old. However, it could just be the fact I'm listening to the album in the car, or whilst I'm working on something, so it just plays in the back of my mind and I tune it out. I'll have to listen to it just as is.


      The overall message and theme of the album, I'm still trying to wrestle with. I think I have it, but I'm not sure. MoS and AtWB had clear themes on the overall album, and from their titular tracks, but I'm not getting it from GS. Maybe it's because I can't hear the lyrics too well, but even just watching the music video on YouTube, I'm not getting it. Maybe I'm not building the connection with the album as I should be.


      One thing to note about Theocracy in general is they have long songs. The titular track of Mirror of Souls is 22 minutes, and the rest of the album is at least 5 minutes each. The song As The World Bleeds is 7:57, and there is another track that is 11 minutes. GS is no different, with one song, titled "Easter" coming in at 9 minutes. I don't think I've concentrated on listening to Easter, but I really want to.


      Maybe I'll go back and talk about MoS and AtWB, and talk about their themes. But in regards to GS, I'll need to listen to it a few more times. I do like the album overall, but to me it's lacking the songs and themes that MoS and AtWB had that I was able to connect with and truly understand the message.


      What really got me into Theocracy is that each year (or almost), they release their version of a Christmas song, like O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, or Angels From the Realm of Glory. One year they did a nice long medley, which was great.

    • Featured User

      2 years ago

      Shura0107

      Apparently I'm Featured User, or FU. Yay? A hearty "Featured User" to you to!


      Anyways, I have nothing else to say. Ask me questions! I may or may not answer truthfully.

    • Return from Europe.

      2 years ago

      Shura0107

      I managed to make it home before Thanksgiving. I left on Wed morning for a flight to Zurich, and then onward to LA. Right now, it's a good time to be an American abroad. The Euro is almost at parity with the US Dollar, and the Swiss Franc, is also at parity, if not better in the exchange rate. But things is Switzerland are much more expensive than in the US, even inflated airport prices. Like in the US, a bottle of water is 2-3 dollars, but it's 4-5 CHF in Zurich airport. I didn't want to deal with having to get Francs for just a layover, or using a credit card and having to deal with transaction fees, so I bought food at Helsinki before I left.


      The night before, we went to a Finnish "country style" restaurant. Seems like "country style" is the same wherever you go. The decor was very farm like, with tractors, and farm equipment. The only thing that was missing was people in cowboy hats and boots. The food was good, I had sauteed reindeer with lingonberry jam and mashed potatoes. Dessert was chocolate cake (more like what an American would call a brownie) and mammi flavored ice cream. Mammi is a Finnish dessert made with molasses and rye flour and some orange zest and raisins. I've out-Finned my Finnish friends by actually making it. They usually go buy it in stores. I can't buy it, so I have to make it.


      One of my friends/colleagues had "pytti panni" which is basically hash browns with meat and an egg on top. Nothing too different there. I did buy a bunch of Finnish candies, mainly chocolate (Carl Frazer chocolates are wonderful) but  also some of the local candies, like Salmiakki from different brands, and my personal favorite, tar flavored candy.


      Salmiakki is from the word "salmiac" which is the old term for "sal ammoniac" or ammonium chloride, which is the primary flavoring. It makes things salty and acerbic, and they like to pair it with black licorice. The second favorite past time in Finland (after drinking) is feeding salmiakki to foreigners and watching their reactions. Mine was to stoically continue to eat and chew it. Like a true Finn.

      I brought some for my Sunday School class to try for those brave enough to do so. Some who tried managed to finish it, but one who tried "Sisu" brand salmiakki ran for the trash can to spit it out. He didn't have enough sisu. I laughed.


      As a self-confessed Finnophile, what appeals to me the most are the people and general attitude. It's quiet there, even in downtown Helsinki where all the people are. Sure, people talk on the train, but they're not loud and boisterous about it. I like the quiet, reserved nature of the people, where you don't make small talk and only speak when it's important. I like that. Would I move to Finland? No, for 3 reasons. Would I go back? Yes, I would.


      Here's a famous Finnish comic strip Fingerpori. It's humor is very much centered around the cluelessness of the main character, the short guy with a potato like head.


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    • "Productive" Day in Finland

      2 years ago

      Shura0107

      I went and did a bunch of things today, but I felt like all I did was drink coffee and eat pulla (pastries).


      One of my colleagues took today off just because, and his father wanted to meet me again. We had met a few years back when they went to the US for a work retreat. So I had coffee in the morning at the colleague that I'm staying with, and some light breakfast. Then I got picked up at 10 am and we drove back to their neck of the woods, and went grocery shopping. They needed some groceries, and I picked up some more chocolate to bring back. The store is like WalMart in the US, but it's called K-Market. There's also an S-Market (Shop smart, shop S-Mart!). These are owned by two conglomerates, K Group, and S Group. Then we went to this one place for coffee and pulla.


      After that, we went to the father's house, and we walked a bit around the swamp behind his house. It's pretty cool, and the water is pretty clear. It was a nice, warm (but still cloudy) day in Finland, at 7 C (44 F), so it was nice to go on a nature walk. Then after that, we had some lunch (standard Finnish food of sausages with mustard, some bread) and then we had coffee and pulla.


      My colleague needed to pickup his younger daughter from day care, and take his older daughter to ice skating practice, so we did that. His wife is from Mexico. It's such a huge shift going from Mexico to Finland! We watched a little of skate practice, then we left to go somewhere for more coffee and pulla.


      Came back, caught the last bit of skate practice, which is kinda cool to watch, then back to where I was staying, where I ate a light dinner. No, not followed by coffee and pulla.


      I did have some leipajuusto, which is literally (bread cheese) which is a Finnish cheese, usually eaten with cloudberry jam. Taste is pretty good, but it's also known as "squeaky cheese" because it squeaks against your teeth when you chew it. That I can't get past. Apparently my colleague doesn't like that either, which is why he never eats it. At least I'm not alone with it.

      On Fri, I did go to sauna. I went with my colleague. Yes, we did it the Finnish way. Grab a beer, get naked, and hop into the sauna, and periodically add water to the rocks. That is where the real chatting/talking happens. Then pop out, quick cold shower, and then back in for a bit. It was pretty cool. The water on the rocks to make steam does suddenly spike the perceived temp of the sauna, but there is about a 10 second lag, so one does need to be careful when adding water. We didn't have the vihta (or vasta) which is the fan of birch branches that you're supposed to beat your back with to increase circulation. I did out last my colleague in the sauna, so I get more Finn cred points there. Even after a cold shower to clean off, I still had to go sit outside in the cold for a few minutes to cool down. And finish my beer.

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  • Comments (1213)

    • monopoly_j

      2 years ago

      Happy Birthday!

    • monopoly_j

      2 years ago

      Hey There Featured User!

    • RvBRecruit

      2 years ago

      Congrats on featured user!

    • monopoly_j

      3 years ago

      Happy Birthday!

      • Shura0107

        3 years ago

        Thanks! For my birthday I asked Santa for a pallet of ammo, and for NFA to be repealed.

      • monopoly_j

        3 years ago

        I hope for both.

    • LytishRed

      4 years ago

      Why yes, we are in close geographic proximity! Together we shall shame the rest of the site for living in places that have inferior weather. But not tomorrow. It's gonna rain tomorrow.

      • Shura0107

        4 years ago

        Indeed, a rare bit of rain tomorrow, which is much needed. It'll bring a bit of green to the parched hills where I live now (not the beach).

    • monopoly_j

      4 years ago

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      MERRY CHRISTMAS!
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    • HecklePlays

      5 years ago

      You say comment or something before fr'ing..... what if someone accidentally hit the button when they meant to click watch.... *bangs head on desk in embarrassment*

      • Shura0107

        5 years ago

        Really, I didn't know I was entertaining enough to watch.

    • monopoly_j

      6 years ago

      Happy Birthday!

      • monopoly_j

        6 years ago

        I wish I was shooting... smiley3.gif

      • Shura0107

        6 years ago

        I took today off, and I'm going shootin' with my sister.

      • monopoly_j

        6 years ago

        Any big plans?

      • Shura0107

        6 years ago

        Thanks.

    • monopoly_j

      6 years ago

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      Merry Christmas from Monopoly_J
      I hope the Holiday finds you doing well.

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    • Nixorbo

      7 years ago

      www.joystiq.com/2012/03/12/endless-space-is-n...

      • Shura0107

        7 years ago

        Looks interesting. I'd like to see some Sword of the Stars type action there where there's a turn based strategic view, but a RTS/sim like tactical view. Thanks for the link.

    • monopoly_j

      7 years ago

      Happy Birthday!

    • monopoly_j

      7 years ago

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      I just want to take this time to wish you a very Merry Christmas!

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      The Reason for the Season!

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    • Cpl_Johnson

      8 years ago

      Hey saw that Nerd score on your page thought I would give it a go, and I feel sort of relieved that I am only slightly nerdy with 51. Congrats on the 96 I wasn't even able to come close to it.

    • 82nd

      8 years ago

      Well damn it when you see this message tell em to get the only classic stormtrooper there is at the con without a blaster and I'll mess around with em for ya XP

    • SheilaJay47

      8 years ago

      Klingons will always be cool. They're like classic cars and John Wayne.

    • SheilaJay47

      8 years ago

      I've seen it. It didn't convince me. XD

    • VladakDracon

      8 years ago

      Your account must be down from inactivity. I tried to add you to my contact list and got an invalid username message.

    • VladakDracon

      8 years ago

      If you send me your KoL username I'll add you on there. Mine is the same as here but with an -is on the end. Stupid character limit...

    • monopoly_j

      8 years ago

      In reply to Shura0107, #1:

      Hem hem.


      She kind of makes noises like that too...it scares me a little...

    • 82nd

      8 years ago

      Need heeeeeellllp!

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

      8 years ago

      my toons always have red hair... or blue... depends on what they are and what their loadout is...

    • Jalnor

      8 years ago

      I don't see what's so happy about it.


      Just like any time such a phrase is uttered, it's a wish rather than a statement of fact.

    • monopoly_j

      8 years ago

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      ...............Luke 2:1-20
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    • Jalnor

      8 years ago

      Same to you. I think the story could use some elaboration, though.

      Still. that's some big brass Tok'ra balls.


      By a complete coincidence, the next chapter of NFC:J includes a memory from that event, hence this year's inclusion of Jolinar in the mention wink.png

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

      8 years ago

      In reply to Shura0107, #1:

      Yep! It's on my wall with some others! Thanks for that! :D

    • JaggedFel

      8 years ago

      Yeah, there's a big sticker on my case that says it's illegal because of the high capacity magazine (19+1)

    • Jalnor

      8 years ago

      How so?

    • BadKarma173

      8 years ago

      All I know is they don't sell what I want so I hope the gun show near my house has what I'm looking for...it's an AK-47 but not just any AK I'm very picky about AKs I like original Russian underfolders and if I can't find Russian I saw a nice polish one that looked similar to it

    • BadKarma173

      8 years ago

      True true and even though their's are a bit cheaper than a local gun shop by the time you add tax and shipping it's like the same price...and I always like hands on before I buy

    • BadKarma173

      8 years ago

      Did you know ctd sells firearms now?

    • hedleschiken

      8 years ago

      In reply to Shura0107, #1:

      awwww...well it still got bite.

    • Jalnor

      8 years ago

      Shall we shoot them?

      Yes, that's my solution to everything. JayCee will tell you.


      Yes. Yes, I think that would be a good solution. As long as the weapon is named Sheila.

    • Honeybunz

      8 years ago

      Not too much! Moved out here to Santa Cruz for a job, so just working now :) what are you up to these days?

    • Selina_Kyle

      8 years ago

      Thank you so much. It isn't often I get words of encouragement on this particular site. Gives a lady hope!

    • Honeybunz

      8 years ago

      Hey you!! log time no talk! :) Just popped on for once in a looong time lol Hope all is well on your end ^^

    • 82nd

      8 years ago

      Same same

    • 82nd

      8 years ago

      Indeed.

      What's up man?

    • 82nd

      8 years ago

      WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGH!

    • 82nd

      9 years ago

      not much, need someone to proofread an essay though

    • 82nd

      9 years ago

      Heyo

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

      9 years ago

      PM me your email and i'll share the doc with you.


      datalaughing@gmail.com

    • Megan327

      9 years ago

      my clock must be off.... oh well.

    • monopoly_j

      9 years ago

      So when is your birthday?

    • Jalnor

      9 years ago

      Ah... I see the dates do disagree. What's up there?

    • vampireslaye

      9 years ago

      Spreading chaos by the means of having different said potential b-days? On 1 profile there is 1 b-day, and on the other profile its another? Genious.

    • craZboy87 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Retired Guardian Hat

      9 years ago

      Minus the side order of clarity, of course. Have some waffles!

    • craZboy87 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Retired Guardian Hat

      9 years ago

      ...Is that a time zone issue or misinformation?

    • craZboy87 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Retired Guardian Hat

      9 years ago

      Happy birthday!

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