TexCube

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    • I AM THE PHOENIX RISING FROM THE ASHES

      10 years ago

      TexCube

      Many of you don't know my story but let's just say life hasn't been easy the past 10 years but it's been almost unbearable the past 3. I tried so desperately to make my marriage work. To give 99% expecting only 1% in return. In the hopes my wife would give 99% making me truly receive more than I could ever give. But I waited patiently for love to grow and for me to receive the respect I deserved as a soulmate, lover, friend, and husband. But sadly it never came and last week I informed my wife I no longer wished to continue in our marriage.

      She didn't take it very well. She made promises ... But it was too late. My heart was already shattered into a mass of debris that can never be repaired by her. I'm at fault for never fully speaking up and saying "CHANGE YOUR WAYS OR I'M LEAVING" But if you love somebody ... No one needs to tell you to respect someone, love someone, help someone, touch someone, and make love to someone. If you don't know that already ... Then do you truly love that person? NO YOU DON'T AND I'LL DISAGREE WITH ANYONE WHO SAYS OTHERWISE ... THAT'S A PROMISE.

      So basically we became roommates sharing the same house. I spent my life in the living room. That's where I slept. That's where I lived. I would point at the couch and actually utter the words "That's my home right there." I got bitter about being left to wither while I did everything for her and my beautiful children. I cleaned, worked 60 hours a week, cooked every meal, cleaned every dish, and I did it for one reason. Because it's what I did to make this marriage special. But I waited and waited for the same respect and honor to be returned and it never came. It broke my heart. I thought of the vows we took to love honor and cherish and I can honestly say I was and I still am a man who delivered on everything asked of me. No questions asked.

      So as life took its toll, my mind started to slip away. I knew what I had to offer mentally and physically. I knew what I was more than capable of doing on both levels. But she pushed me away on those 2 things. Accepting my caring and willingness to do everything while all the time being a stay at home mom (Her decision not mine). I don't give a shit if this offends or not, but I'm 43 years old and I'm still a man who knows what desire feels like. When your wife only wants to have relations 3 times in 2 years then something is wrong. That's what I endured on top of everything else and even though I know it is her right to decide if she wants to or not. If you are in love ... I guarantee you, you want it more often than that. For me it would be 3 times a day; but apparently what I want in one day is what she wanted in 2 years. I know that's TMI but I don't care. This is my journal and I need to talk to the world about this shit.

      So almost 3 months ago I start talking to an old friend from high school. Wrong or right, it doesn't matter. I needed someone to talk to and she was there to listen. I listened to her story of life as well. The more we talked the more the cylinders kept firing as the similarities in our likes and dislikes popped up. She teaches Calculus and is finishing her Masters Degree in Business Administration (Graduating in August of this year). As each day passed I realized as I spoke to her more and more that she was the missing portion of my heart. She was truly the one person on this planet who understood my mind and fueled my passion. Like it or not ... It happened. Would it have happened had I had any sort of love, true love, or respect at home that I had rightfully earned? Absolutely not. But life works in mysterious ways.

      So last week as I said I informed my wife that I couldn't do it anymore. I talked to my kids and it was so sad to hear them say what I had hoped they hadn't already learned about their mom and me. But they saw all that I did over the years and the witnessed all that their mom didn't do. Both of my kids weren't upset. They said "It's about time you did something to make yourself happy." And I cried ... Because my children have witnessed this and I've done them such a great disservice as a father for them to learn what marriage is about through watching me do all and get nothing in return. So I left; vowing in my mind to do what I had to do to help them all survive. Knowing that the children would choose living with me. Why? Because my wife was supposedly homeschooling the kids. But she was actually forging their work and letting them do nothing all day. The kids finally told me and were begging to get out of this house. How sad can it get? Then my daughter tells me that most days she'd have nothing to eat until I got home and made dinner. Then I was hurt and angry. My wife was a stay at home mom, in a beautiful 2400 square foot David Weekly home. With 2 beautiful children. With a husband that would move heaven and earth for her. And she threw it all away ... Why? I'll never know the real answer.

      So on Saturday March 28th at 9:00 AM with my two kids in the house alone with her. My wife swallows 200 prescription pills in an attempt to take her own life. With my fucking kids there! She was rushed to the hospital and is now in a psychiatric facility receiving the treatment she needs. But what she'll never have again is custody of my children. What my wife did is inexcusable and selfish. She took the pain she caused me in our marriage that made me walk out the door and turned this whole thing into a matter about herself. Just like it always was ... ABOUT HER.

      Let me finish by saying this. I love Deanne more than I knew I could love anyone. I'm finally happy the way I deserve to be because I'm truly a fucking good guy. It's my intention to build a long life with the woman who has made all of my dreams come true in such a short time. We've already discussed football season and since she attended UT, she's a lady YOU WILL ALL MEET this football season as we attend every single game together.

      JUST PLEASE BE HAPPY FOR ME

    • I'm here

      10 years ago

      TexCube

      TexCube is in the house

    • I've Got the 1st section (out of 6) up!!

      13 years ago

      TexCube

      I've got the first section of letters up for viewing. There will be six letter sections. (Plus additional sections later.) The first is "Letters to People". I still have the construction banner up, but soon, that will be gone and replaced with an actual main page. Check out Bill's Glamour Shot Photo. I've been waiting for 2 to 3 years to use that dang photo ... Finally I can.

      www.billkinkaid.com
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    • Coverted all of my data to web pages

      13 years ago

      TexCube

      I've been real lazy about taking the site forward but Mark Ferreri has been on me about getting it going (thanks Mark). I recently converted all of my data to web pages and now I need to set the structure up. I'm a bit overwhelmed by the undertaking because I have absolutely no web page building experience. (It'll show that lack of experience too.) Wish me luck!!!

    • How 2 setup/host COD2 match on Xbox Live

      in Forums > How 2 setup/host COD2 match on Xbox Live | Follow this topic

      TexCube

      For those who haven't heard … There is a glitch in Call of Duty 2 that allows you to set up and host your own matches on Xbox Live. As you all know, customization was not an option from Activision / Infinity Ward and it’s made a lot of Xbox 360 COD2 users very mad. Some of you may have noticed recently that you have mysteriously been involved in games that went considerably longer than the standard 14 minutes and wondered how it was possible. Well, wonder no more … Here’s how it works.

      First and foremost, it takes 2 people to activate this glitch. Basically, you have to have a friend (Xbox Live Friend that is) who has another game besides Call of Duty 2. You are Player 1 for this example, and your friend is Player 2.

      Player 1 has to go to the “System Link†option under the Multiplayer menu. Once Player 1 is in the “System Link†area, he has to set up a game by using the menu system. He can choose 30, 45, or 60 minute games. Then he has to choose all of the other specifics like maximum death count, location, and match type. Once he has all of this set up he needs to stay put right where he is and not leave the System Link set up screen.

      Now it’s Player 2’s turn … Player 2 has to insert (or already have it in) some other Xbox 360 game (besides Call of Duty 2) into his console.

      IMPORTANT: That game HAS to have the option for inviting other members to play multiplayer via Xbox Live. (For our example, let’s just say it’s Perfect Dark Zero) Player 2 now needs to send Player 1 an invitation to play PDZ.

      Player 1 HAS to accept the invitation to play PDZ; but when Player 1 is prompted to log out of Call of Duty 2 he HAS to answer NO.

      This simple action then activates the glitch and makes Player 1’s System Link game an actual Xbox Live game with the parameters he set up initially. He can then either wait for others to join him like it is normally done; he can invite friends to play; or friends can choose to join him in progress (from his profile).

      FYI: What's really cool is that 16 players can be involved in these custom matches instead of the standard 8.

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    • www.billkinkaid.com is almost a reality

      13 years ago

      TexCube

      Hey everyone,

      I took another step this weekend towards realizing my dream of giving Bill Kinkaid a true voice on the internet with his own website. (God help us!) I secured hosting and I even built my own small "Under Construction" page.

      Check it out: Bill Kinkaid

      I took someone's advice and just decided to take the leap without having a finished site ... and I'm glad I did. It'll serve as a better motivator.

    • Dear Olympics - Part 1

      13 years ago

      TexCube


      (Part 1)

      Dear IOC (International Olympic Committee) Goons,

      My name is Bill Kinkaid and you’d best remember my name, because I’m the man that’s going to bring the Olympic Games to Bixty-Hollerville here in the good ol’ USA. I’ve been brainstorming with my best friend Steve for almost 45 total minutes over the last year to come up with a suitable plan that would benefit all parties involved … and by George I think we’ve got it. (When I say “BY GEORGEâ€Â, of course I’m referring to George Gipply the local village idiot.) You see, George wanders aimlessly through our fair city on a daily basis collecting discarded aluminum cans. It’d be very lucrative for George if he’d just trade those cans in for cash, but unfortunately, he doesn’t do that. In fact, George gives names to every can he finds, and dresses each one in 18th Century Victorian doll clothes. My plan is a rather simple complex basic one. Steve and I want to hit George on the head and steal his collection. There’s only one problem with our plan … We don’t know where George hides the cans after he parades them around town for a few days. Our educated guess is that George has somewhere in the neighborhood of 232 cans hidden all over Bixty-Hollerville proper that are worth a whopping $15.56 (That is if you take the Tungsten/Rothschild Inflationary Monetary Discretional Index Ratio into account.)

      What we need at this point in the ballgame is for you to send at least 60 of your International Olympic Committee Henchmen to help us locate the cans. Once they are located we promise to split the $15.56 right smack dab down the middle. Heck … We’ll even apply our half of the money towards the total monies needed to host an Olympic Games. I’m not stupid (I made it all the way to the ninth grade!) so I know it’s going to take slightly more than $7.78 (Half of $15.56 (Thank you very much Mister Radio Shack calculator!!!)) to secure the games, and we’re willing to go that extra mile (Although neither one of us has ever actually walked a whole mile in one shot in our entire lives.) to raise the funds. I’ll have you know that Steve and I are both proud owners of calculators. In fact … I don’t mean to brag, but they’re not just normal calculators, they’re SOLAR CALCULATORS! (Solar means that they operate by the heat of the sun, so they probably won’t work in the cold of winter. (That’s why we want to host the Summer Olympics and not the Winter Olympics.)) We used both of those fancy Radio Shack calculators (That we shoplifted … SHHH! Don’t tell Radio Shack.), to crunch the numbers efficiently and arrive at the total amount of cash we’ll need to pony-up with to bring the world’s greatest athletes into the Bixty-Hollerville Metroplex. Unfortunately the process actually took a few days longer than anticipated because for some strange unknown reason our “SOLAR†calculators wouldn’t work at night. (Don’t worry, Radio Shack is going to get a complaint letter from me as soon as I finish this correspondence; and I have time to create a fake sales receipt for my stolen $3.99 calculator.)

      (Continued in Part 2)

    • Dear Olympics - Part 2

      13 years ago

      TexCube


      (Part 2)

      With your help, I don’t see any reason why Bixty-Hollerville won’t be hosting the next Olympics. The only problem is this … We don’t want to wait (or bid) on any of the Olympics that are way down the road (Like the ones that are in 2016 or 2020). Primarily because we don’t think Steve will last that long before succumbing to his life threatening battle with Chronic Halitosis. We were hoping that with a few well placed bribes, and lots of hookers, we might sway the IOC into moving the 2008 games from China to Bixty-Hollerville. Think about it … Moving it from China won’t really be that big of a deal. You know how most of the world has their goods manufactured in China for cut-rate costs. My feeling is this … Due to the slave labor they employ; they won’t lose much money over the sudden change of venue. For example … They’ve already built 15 stadiums that will seat over 1.5 million people at once; they’ve also built 800 new hotels that will sleep 1 million people nightly; and finally, they’ve built their Olympic Village out of solid 24 carat gold. This whole project has taken them 6 years of 24/7/365 back-breaking construction. If my calculations for materials, time involved, and the cost of labor (at Chinese rates) are correct (and I don’t doubt they are because of my Radio Shack “SOLAR†Calculator), their total out of pocket cost at this time is somewhere in the neighborhood of $8.53. All we would need to do at this point is drop a ten dollar bill and a Dear John letter into an envelope to Beijing telling them the games are moving and they can keep the additional $1.47 in change, for building a new 1000 room mansion for their reigning dictator.

      Now with that hurdle cleared. (FYI â€" I’ve always wanted to use that “Hurdle†saying, even though I hate to admit that I have no idea what a “Hurdle†actually is. (I’m assuming it’s a rather large aquatic sea turtle (possibly with laser attached to its shell) since people constantly refer to the act of clearing one. Ever since I was a little boy, in my pink Sunday dresses, I dreamed that I would someday grow up and write a letter that contained this magical “Hurdle†phrase. You know … Now that I’ve actually used the phrase, and achieved my highest ambition in life, I can honestly say that it feels pretty hollow at this moment. In fact, I’d probably go jump off the roof right now, ending it all, if I hadn’t already started boiling the water for a yummy bowl of Ramen Noodles. But I must digress.) As I was saying, with that large aquatic sea turtle cleared (The turtle, of course, representing us “Stealing the Olympic Games from Chinaâ€Â) we can get down to some real 2008 Bixty-Hollerville Summer Olympic planning.

      (Continued in Part 3)

    • Dear Olympics - Part 3

      13 years ago

      TexCube


      (Part 3)

      I know we’re going to need some rather large venues to pull this baby off; and you’ll be tickled to know that Bixty-Hollerville has some of the largest arenas in the whole Northeast Southernmost Western portion East Slamapig County. For instance, there’s the Doogie Howser MD Memorial High School’s Future Farmers of America Agriculture Barn that seats nearly 250 people at one time. (We can always add up to 20 or 30 additional fold out chairs if needed.) The high school football stadium is also available (Home of the Doogie Howser Fightin’ Infected Scabs … GO SCABS!!!). However, there are no bleachers at the football field due to our rather overweight and extremely ugly Marching Band. During the final game against the Crackerton Hatemongers this season, the band was performing a rather toe-tapping rendition of Bill Conti’s “Gonna Fly Now†(The theme from “Rockyâ€Â) when their repeated jumping to symbolize the “Gonna FLY Now†portion of the song’s title caused the bleachers to implode and collapse, mysteriously catching fire. No need to worry though, even though every band member tragically died in what’s being called “Bleacher-Gate†locally; we still want to use the rather haunted football field for the Olympic festivities. We’d have no problem asking all attendees to come B.Y.O.L.C. (As you probably already know, that’s NASCAR lingo for “Bring Your Own Lawn Chairâ€Â.) FYI: You’ll be pleased to know that plans are already in place to rebuild the destroyed bleachers. Unfortunately for the 2008 Bixty-Hollerville Summer Olympics, the stands won’t be completed until late 2009. In honor of all of those that perished that fateful November night; the stadium will be renamed after them collectively. I can’t wait to honor the fallen marching band members when Lard Butt Stadium is officially opened in the fall of 2009.

      Sleeping arrangements for the athletes won’t be a problem either. We’ll have plenty of homemade sleeping bags on hand (Pillow cases sewn together and stuffed with old newspaper.) for use in the forest behind my home. I’ve figured that if every country in the world sends their athletes to participate in the Bixty-Hollerville 2008 Summer Olympics; there should be at least 132 of them total, but not more than 151. (No need to worry … We’ll be sure to make 152 sleeping bags, just in case I’m off by one.) My math should be pretty accurate though, considering I’m using the Hammerstein Fractal Spectronomic Spatial Density Scale to arrive at my calculations. (Not to mention that I’m still using that fancy Solar Calculator that I referred to earlier.) We will also be giving the athletes a choice in regards to their sleeping arrangements. If any of the competitors don’t wish to sleep in the woods, and quite possibly get eaten by a bear (there’ll be a 67% chance based on the number of campers that are never heard from again), they are more than welcome to bunk with me in my 2-story single wide travel trailer if they desire to do so. We just need to lay down one cardinal rule before the whole shindig gets under way. Nobody … I repeat, NOBODY! … Will be allowed to touch my Official Danbury Mint “Dogs Playing Poker†Limited Edition Figurines. Keep in mind that these are the OFFICIAL ones; not some cheap knock-off version of a group of surly dogs playing cards. These are the $4.99 deluxe variety listed in the back of Hustler magazine! I don’t like to brag, but I’m an official member of the “Danbury Society†(per the card they sent me); and because of this, the little statues automatically show up at my doorstep every other month with no obligation for me to buy should I decide to return them within 10 business days and cancel my membership.

      (Continued in Part 4)

    • Dear Olympics - Part 4

      13 years ago

      TexCube

      (Part 4)

      Now that we have the venue issues and sleeping arrangements resolved; it’s time to discuss the Parade of Nations and what sort of medal events we will be offering. Steve and I thought really hard about this, and even though we got sidetracked and huffed a couple of cases of Raid Indoor Flying Insect Spray (Now with 20% more killing power per ounce); we’re happy to announce that we were still able to come up with a preliminary list of competitions. (Even as the miniature flying monkey-pigs were busy trying to sneak through our nasal cavity radar defenses; with plans to inject our rather grossly enlarged hearts with a lethal dose of Robitussin laced Vaseline.) We are well aware that at the beginning of all Olympic Games there is something called the “Parade of Nationsâ€Â. This is when all countries carry the flag of their homeland to show support and pride. We want to change this. What if we were to have each nation carry the flag of their favorite NASCAR driver instead (or a mini-hood)? Finally we can achieve what’s only been dreamed about … Unity within NASCAR; and isn’t that what we’ve all been waiting to see some day. I imagine a world where fans of Tony Stewart can sit in the same room as fans of Mark Martin without one or the other pouring an ice cold delicious Pabst Blue Ribbon onto the head of the other. Tell me … Isn’t an undivided NASCAR exactly what the spirit of the Olympics has always been about? One NASCAR, with truth, liberty, and justice for all.

      The good news is … I’m including our preliminary list of 10 medal events for you. The list will be much longer within the next few months; but these 10 are our odds on favorites.

      1. Donkey Basketball (Watch out for the Croatians!)
      2. Yard Darts (Beware of the Irish! They toss a mean game!)
      3. Three Legged Race (The pre-Olympic favorite has to be the delegation from The Republic of Crapmenastank (Part of the former Soviet Union) where Chernobyl was located. Technically each athlete already qualifies by himself because of the extra leg they were born with.)
      4. Potato Sack Race
      5. Dodge Ball (The French rule at Dodge Ball. I mean who else can dodge responsibility in this world better than the French … They’re naturals.)
      6. Thumb Wrestling
      7. Hot Dog Eating
      8. Distance Spitting
      9. Goat Seduction
      10. Paint Ball

      (Continued in Part 5)

  • Comments (52)

    • Leo

      10 years ago

      TexCube.... I'm sad that LN got shut-down. I wish you guys were active over here :[

    • rr24

      10 years ago

      TEXAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • rr24

      10 years ago

      C'mon Tony. I know you haven't been on much. However, if you do swing by here again, please go to the Longhorn fans group page. There are a few former LN members that are the main contributors, of which I seem to be the main one, but you should join in when you log on.

      Hope things are working out well, in the new directions that have been forced in your way.

    • PGM35

      10 years ago

      Thanks - I think. smiley3.gif

    • rr24

      10 years ago

      Where you at man?

    • gameboi

      10 years ago

      Saw your comment about TBS on Dark's page. I remember him well. In fact, we used to exchange emails all the time and talk about horror movies/games. Interesting and very smart fellow. Lost touch with him over the years, and I too wonder what he's up to.

    • dark54555 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 years ago

      do remember him, haven't heard from him

    • salann

      10 years ago

      making peiople cry is just a talent I have....

    • salann

      10 years ago

      I'm interjecting

      wondering why Tony likes that she carries a camera...he never smiles ;)


    • latweety23

      10 years ago

      LMAO...love her already...a girl that knows how to win me over....hmmm maybe we went to the same camera carrying everywhere you go school....hmmmm hahahhaha

      but of course you are a very good friend and we chatted quite a bit on LN and hope to continue here or on that other site with the constant status changes ...hahahaha

      ya know I am here chico... smiley0.gif

    • champs2005

      10 years ago

      Hey Bud just thought I would see how you were feeling? Me I'm here I don't know if you know or if you remember but I have bad health issues as well probally not as bad as your but pretty bad. If you ever need to talk just PM me and I'll give you my e-mail.

    • gameboi

      10 years ago

      I've been well, old friend. Sorry about the flowers, but the last time I tried to send you some, the nice officer tackled me as I was about to pick a nice one from the median of the interstate. Go figure.

    • PGM35

      10 years ago

      Doing good. Just hanging there til the weekend! And you?

    • PGM35

      10 years ago

      Hey TC! I see you!

    • Detra

      10 years ago

      Is that seriously how you are losing weight?
      I remember your pic very well. I liked the jacket you were wearing. smiley8.gif

    • Detra

      10 years ago

      WOO-HOO! Extra Hoo!

      Glad you are back, bro! smiley12.gifsmiley12.gifsmiley12.gif

      RT has made a lot of changes. Most are for the better. They are adding a bunch of extra band width in the near future too.

      I put you on my WATCH list.

    • Detra

      10 years ago

      Hurry up and come back! smiley4.gif

    • skyrunner75

      11 years ago

      Holy shit! You're alive!!!

    • Detra

      11 years ago

      TAG! (See journal for June 22, 2008.)

    • Detra

      11 years ago

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    • Detra

      11 years ago

      Happy New Year!

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      I refuse to believe you won't be back.

    • Detra

      11 years ago

      Have a Merry Christmas.

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    • Detra

      11 years ago

      Missing you smiley11.gifsmiley12.gif

    • gameboi

      13 years ago

      You Rock, man! Thanks for the support at the Teamxbox site. I really appreciated that smiley1.gif

    • gameboi

      13 years ago

      You sure don't sign in here much, do ya? smiley0.gif

    • Glaxton

      13 years ago

      Congratulations on being here at RvB for six months!

      I created a banner for you Here, you can download it and post it if you like.,
      OR, just delete this message and go on with your life! smiley0.gif

    • Glaxton

      13 years ago

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    • gameboi

      13 years ago

      Awful quiet lately Tex. You still out there smiley0.gif

    • NinjaJesus

      13 years ago

      Congrats on Sponser.

      Hope you get some use out of it.

      Later smiley8.gif

    • Jabroni

      13 years ago

      What's up there Tex? How's life going for you? We need to play some Counter Strike Source if you got it, it will be tons of fun... like extreme amounts of fun... fun to the point that you say "OH MY GOD! Fun overload!" ... basically what i am trying to say, is that it'd be a fun time.

    • MarkJFerreri

      13 years ago

      Tex

      Congradulations! Yeah, I got your text message on my TV telling me. That's awesome! What game(s) did you get? I look forward to meeting up with you online.

      Mark.....................................................................

    • redstarfish9

      13 years ago

      Sweet! what games you get? Cant wait til christmas so I can finally get some new 360 games

    • TexCube

      13 years ago

      I finally got my Xbox 360!!! Unfortunately I have to wait until Christmas, but that's OK. It helps build the anticipation

    • gameboi

      13 years ago

      So what's Tex been up to lately? And how did that 360 auction turn out?

    • Jabroni

      13 years ago

      What is up Tex? Haha, weird seeing your mug... didn't picture being... i dunno, you i guess. Anyway, i just check back here from a stint of doing jack shit for a good 4 months and saw that a slew of Amazonians have joined RvB, crazy stuff... Anyway, cool to see ya man, i'll try to check back here more often then i have, you have a good one and a good thanksgiving...

    • Beenova

      13 years ago

      Ahh good ole Tex. Welcome aboard my friend! I read the letters to the Four Seasons, just as funny as ever! Good to have you around man, you can lighten up any place!

    • Wolfmother

      13 years ago

      Great letters, funny as hell.

      Looking forward to reading the next one.

    • 1nF3Rn0

      13 years ago

      Welcome to RvB. I like what ive seen of your writing and i hope to see more :)

    • Nick_T

      13 years ago

      Welcome to RvB!

    • jaly223

      13 years ago

      Welcome to RvB.

    • gameboi

      13 years ago

      +11 Karma in less than an hour. I think the masses like Bill Kinkaid smiley8.gif

    • dark54555 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      13 years ago

      You know I have to say

      "GO TO THE GAME!"

    • djedgar

      13 years ago

      welcome to the site.

    • skyrunner75

      13 years ago

      Gameboi said you have a way of entertaining the heathen masses. Yeah!

    • drizzam

      13 years ago

      ...Oops...I meant can't be half horrible. Freudian slip?

    • Dainbramaged

      13 years ago

      Willkommen smiley0.gif

    • drizzam

      13 years ago

      Welcome to RvB Tex...any friend of Gameboi's can be half horrible. smiley0.gif

    • JediX30

      13 years ago

      Welcome Tex. It's gonna be fun watching you blaze a trail across this place!

    • gameboi

      13 years ago

      Tex... Where are you, man? Come on out and play once in a while, will ya! Round up some BK, and spread the funnies.

      Just don't forget about us little people when you shoot straight to the top of this site smiley8.gif

    • MarkJFerreri

      13 years ago

      Tex

      Is that you? We want all the good friends to know how to find each other here. Amazon is dead. We never reserected it, we simply accepted a zomby as a full functioning being. Come here more often!

      I'm Getting a 360! (and a T8-720CDE)

      Mark........................................................................................................................

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