alexios

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    • New Gametag not showing up on homepage

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      alexios

      Once upon a time my XBL gamercard started showing up on my profile page here without me even having to do anything, and I thought it was pretty cool. Presumably the accounts are cross linked somehow. So I changed my gamertag recently and now my card isn't showing up on my home page anymore. Anyone know how to rectify this?

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    • Introspection

      10 years ago

      alexios

      It's funny, I almost called this journal 'self examination'....oh yeah, I need to stop writing journal entries right after I teach.

      It's been pointed out to me that I'm bitter.

      Alright, you got me. I am bitter. It colors what I say, and how I perceive things. And the terrifying thing is that I always hated my mother for being an extremely bitter person. Well, I guess the tendency is for some people to turn into the thing they hate.

      I stopped to look at why I'm a bitter angry person. I was wondering what influenced it, and i couldn't spot a particular thing that explained it.

      I've driven away friends, I've alienated people...and the worst part is that I haven't cared too much when I did.

      One thing I do remember, and I know how this will sound, it always seemed like anyone else was allowed to talk out their ass. They were allowed to doubletalk, or to be a jerk, and everyone tiptoed around them. But it always seemed like whenever I ran my mouth, someone always shut me down right away.

      It's a one-sided view of things to be sure, but it's how I remember it.

      In my past few journals I've been ranting about how there are things on this site that I dislike. Various video series and groups that I feel aren't in keeping with the spirit of a video-game community website based around a machinima series.

      Reactions have been varied. Some people have agreed with the content but not the tone, and other people have told me to leave the site and stop bitching.

      My response to that last suggestion was that the site belonged as much to me as it did to the people who were changing it in ways that I dislike.

      Ever watch Supreme Surrender? What about PANICS or 1-800-MAGIC?

      There have been a number of failed experiments carried out by RT productions, and I've probably screamed my head off about all of them.

      I guess what I'm getting at is that RT does one thing very well. They do Red Vs. Blue.

      By comparison, the rest of it is just kind of lame. StrangerHood just wasn't very funny. PANICS didn't last past four episodes, Supreme Surrender did about as well as the game it was based off of, and 1-800-Magic was funny-ish, but it was only ever a mini-series.

      So I suppose the reason i get so angry about all of this other stuff they do is that none of it ever seems to be any good compared to their core series...and yet they keep doing it.

      Of all of their side projects, the RT shorts are by far the best. Anyway...

      So let me here apologize for the angry screaming and ranting. I maintain my position, but the way in which it was presented was very bad.

      I don't predict that I will ever feel anything other than venomous loathing toward the teenagers who use this place like it was facebook, but upon reflection I think that the vast majority of users are here in the first place because they like video games, and that the fundamental nature of the website is not in danger of changing. Most likely the teens and tweens will simply abandon this place after not very long, I doubt it's what they're looking for anymore than it is appropriate for them to be here.

      I feel like an old man. And I've been acting like an angry old bastard, so maybe there's something going on in that department. I hate to think that I'm turning into a raging asshole, I hate even more the thought that I've always been one and I'm just now starting to realize it.

      I've known for a long time that when I do blow up at something or someone it tends to be horrible. I rant here about all kinds of douchbaggery that I see talked about on the net or in the news, but in real human terms my explosions are rare. And all the more ugly because of it.

      As a scientist I've been taught to demand consistency. I've also been taught that the worst thing you can do is fail to admit when you were wrong.

      But somewhere along the line I developed a bad case of intolerance. The reality of human beings is that they revel in their contradictions every day. They say one thing, but they only mean it up till a certain point, and then when believing it isn't easy anymore, they change their tune. And I've become extremely hostile.

      Hostile towards anyone who doesn't acknowledge the truth even if it's painful, and hostile toward anyone who isn't more interested in the truth than they are in feeling good. I dislike liars, and it's very easy to think of a person who bullshits himself as being a kind of a liar. Maybe the worst kind.

      And so here I am, the way that I am, and along comes a video series about women in pajamas playing video games and not being very good at it. And somehow it's supposed to be funny.

      Dear God, I am so amazingly bitter it's difficult to describe.

      It really should be funny. Pajamachievements should be hysterically funny...and watching it makes me want to stab someone in the face with an ice pick.

      What in the hell is wrong with me? When did I become like this? The only thing I can remember is at one point feeling like, well, nobody ever let me have my illusions and delusions, so I'll rub everyone else's nose in the truth until they're bleeding and begging for mercy.

      I think it's a good thing I didn't have a bigger audience for my ranting. I might have had a few people who just agreed with whatever I said, and then I could have turned into a Rush Limbaugh.

      I need to learn to shut my mouth.

      -Alex

    • Changes in direction

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      alexios

      It's been a very long time since I posted to a form here so forgive me if my protocol is rusty.

      Way back when, this site was a much simpler place. You had a personal page, and every week or so the staff cranked out another RvB video.

      As the site has grown and expanded, a huge number of things have been added. Just looking at the helpful gray sitemap at the bottom of the screen I can see how big this place has gotten.

      When I came here, it was because I could say without any doubt: This is a good place to support, I can give them some money and feel no shame.

      There were things I didn't like: In particular, before they changed the mod system, all you needed was a pair of breasts and a good haircut to have an astronomically high Karma level, making Karma level essentially meaningless. You can't help human nature, but you can compensate for it. The new system completely eliminates that issue.

      And while most of what has been added to the site is good and appropriate, even if it doesn't necessarily interest me personally (I don't own a Wii, for example, nor am I much of a PC Gamer, and I don't feel a great personal need to get all the achievements for the Hanna Montana XBox 360 game), there have been some things added that feel like they violate the spirit of the place as it was when I became a member.

      Pajamachievements, for example, doesn't make me feel good about being a member. I was content to ignore it and just assume that I didn't get it because I wasn't the target audience, but then they did a Pajamachievements video about Halo 3.

      Halo being what my friends and I all play, and have played for years, and given that Halo was what led me to this place that has become my internet home, I was angry when I saw the video.

      Those of you who have seen it know what i mean. One of the women in the video at one point takes an extremely cheap shot at Halo fans. It's a really, really low blow. It's the kind of mean spirited comment I remembered hearing from jocks in high school. Mention video games and they'd tear you a new one, but then, they'd rip on you if they saw you reading a book during free time, so there you are.

      But in general the entire thing seems out of place. I went through and watched a few of them and I have to say I found it kind of obnoxious. I didn't like that the money I give Rooster Teeth as a sponsor might in some small way have helped to fund that video.

      But there are more things as well. There are now groups for every imaginable subject. And while I do understand that these are groups created by gamers who belong here, to address other things they happen to be interested, that isn't what this place is, or should be about.

      And while the guys are sometimes very funny in their RT Shorts videos, I can't help but wish that time was invested in making more Machinima. It's their website and their production company, they can do whatever they want but...

      ....But this place is moving steadily away from what it used to be. And in as much as the gamers are, as far as I can tell, still a huge majority here, other things have begun to take root.

      In the end I suppose most organizations diversify if they want to grow, or even just survive. But I don't want this site turning into another facebook, or myspace, or God forbid, another LiveJournal.

      And I suppose the question is, is anyone with me on this? I rant about this in my journal here, but the people who read that are just my personal friends, and they may not represent a legitimate cross-section of the population of this site. Anyone else feel like Rooster Teeth is drifting away from what made it great in the beginning? And if so, are there any ideas as to how we might drop an anchor and stop it?

      -Alexios

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    • Fuck personal responsibility

      10 years ago

      alexios

      I love it when bad things happen to syndicated writers. They have a tendency to ramble on about it, and these ramblings have a tendency to get skewered by the tireless Fark.com army of snarky bastards who just can't wait to call 'bullshit!' when they catch the scent of self pitying-doubletalk.

      Read this. But before you do be warned: This article, from start to finish, is a woman patiently explaining the 'fact' that what's really wrong is that marriage itself is an outdated, bad idea.

      Clearly the breakup of her marriage wasn't her fault, but rather, the things she did that resulted in the breakup happened because marriage itself is so outmoded and crappy.

      You may remember a while back I ranted about a woman who published a list of reasons she was still alone after her husband had died something like ten years prior.

      What baffles me is why people don't just say: "I didn't like this" or "I don't personally want to do this"

      Why must EVERYTHING be a crusade to prove that what happened to you is an example of something that's wrong with the whole entire world? Why can't it just be that in your case it didn't work, or that you fucked up, or that someone else fucked up and then it didn't work...why does everyone have to be a fucking philosopher?

      The idea that marriage is outmoded might make for an interesting discussion; except for the part where this woman uses that theory to 'prove' that what happened wasn't her fault.

      Did anyone ask if it was her fault? I didn't. Did anyone care? NO!

      This is something that everyone needs to understand, so I'll put it in all caps. In Bold. Underlined. In italics. Ready? Here it is.


      YOU PERSONALLY ARE NOT VERY IMPORTANT.

      See? I think that if someone had told this woman that she wasn't very important, then she might not have thought she was a philosopher.

      The whole damn world seems to think that having an opinion makes you important. It doesn't. Not anymore than having a lung makes you important. Everyone has a lung.

      This summs it up pretty well.

      -Alex

    • Happy Birthday to me

      10 years ago

      alexios

      It's that time again.

      Time to sort our shirts alphabetically by the name of the country where the sweatshop was that made them?

      No, it's time for me to be forced to acknowledge that I'm getting OLD.

      Well, we've found a balm for what ails me. Tomorrow night I'm going to the Texas Road House, because I hear that if it's your birthday they make you ride a mechanical bull.

      All of my friends are going to be in attendance, and there will be video recorders aplenty.

      The objective is to do the most ridiculous thing I can imagine without actually killing myself.

      -Alex

    • Sad memory

      10 years ago

      alexios

      There's a girl I used to play HALO with and she said something once that made me really, really sad.

      We were talking shop, game strategy etc... When I said something to the effect of:

      "Yeah, the only people who get to have any fun on that map are the snipers."

      To wit she replied:

      "Yeah, well, that's what I am; I am a sniper"

      But it was her tone of voice that was depressing. You know the way tone of voice conveys how important something is to someone? Her whole identity was wrapped up in that sentence.

      She had very little in her life beyond her (admittedly decent) sniping talent at HALO to make her feel good about herself.

      Sniping in HALO was who she was and what she did. The rest of her life was pretty shitty. And when she was being shut out of games because the various groups of people she was playing with already had enough, or at least better snipers than her...then she didn't have anything anymore.

      At one point I bought this person a plane ticket to a LAN because I felt so bad for her. At the time I had no idea what kind of grief she was inflicting on others, but I am assured that what I did was still a good thing considering what she'd been through.

      I'm not sure how this memory surfaced, but somehow or other it was there, floating on the top of my brain. Typically I would eviscerate anyone who uttered such a amazingly pathetic phrase like that, but not this person, and not tonight at any rate.

      Because she really meant it.

      I'm acutely aware that I can be a real asshole sometimes, nowhere more so than in some of my really incendiary posts to this journal, but beyond that I'm not sure what impressions of myself I've conveyed through my writings.

      How do I come off, other than being prone to acerbic ranting? I'm curious what kind of a person I am. And since it's more interesting to ask that question of other people than of yourself (and far less scary), I'm asking it now. So lay it on me.

      -Alex

    • IT'S NOT ABOUT YOU, DUMBASS!

      10 years ago

      alexios

      Watch the video.

      One reason I don't watch the TV news more often is that you get a shit-ton of unscientific and uneducated statements being pushed around as expert opinions. Two magnificent jackasses on this video are insisting that the policy banning men who have had sex with other men from donating blood is, you guessed it, discriminatory.

      Lets talk about infection rates.

      The Centers for Disease Control tells us that 71% of all HIV infections in the United States are from men who have sex with other men (MSM)..

      Now, according to the CDC (same page, a little further down) there are were an estimated 231,893 MSM in 2005 (Correction, there is a note on the webpage that these figures were revised for June, 2007 making them much more current).

      In 2007, according to Wikipedia, the population of the United States consisting of men between the ages of 20 and 65 was 89,881,041.

      Estimates for the percentage of men who self identify as MSM are between 5% and 7% so we'll say 6% for the sake of argument.

      Note that this is leaving out however many men there may be who are having sex with other men and just don't admit to it.

      So 6% of 89,881,041 = 5,392,862. Of which 231,893 are HIV positive. Ergo, 4.3% of the known MSM population has HIV.

      Also according to the CDC, 24% of 468,578 people in the United States living with HIV/AIDS got it through high risk heterosexual contact. 24% of 468,578 is 112,459.

      So the heterosexual+lesbian/bisexual woman population (above the age of 20) of the united states is: 175,301,757.

      That works out to the HIV infection rate among all non MSMs as being: .006%

      4.3% versus .006%...GRRRRRRR. Stupid-ass UNEDUCATED, Woe-is-me FUCKTARDS. And why does the video feature a clip of the kid playing violin? Is this supposed to illustrate that he's a good man who is being mistreated...what the fuck is a violin solo doing in the middle of a news video about blood donations?

      This is almost as bad as Jenny McCarthy and her Anti-Science autism-is-caused-by-vaccinations horse shit.

      You know what all three of these fuckers McCarthy, Dustin Weinstein and Phil Wilson (the two guys in the video) have in common? THEY'RE GOING TO GET PEOPLE KILLED!

      This is not about your political crusade for civil rights equality you fucking QUACKS, this is about public safety and stopping the spread of an incurable disease. Stop making it about you, you selfish shits.

      This entire journal took me about 20 minutes. You would think that people who were going to appear on Cnn.com would be well informed so as not to look like a fucking moron in front of millions of viewers, but evidently not.

      And listen to the tone of the video: The reporters are making it sound like restricting anyone from giving blood is a crime!

      I've given blood about six times. I remember the questionnaire. They are primarily interested in knowing if you're a druggie, a prostitute, or A MEMBER OF A GROUP OF PEOPLE THAT ACCOUNTS FOR OVER 70% OF ALL HIV INFECTIONS IN THE FUCKING COUNTRY.

      Even the reporter admits that the blood collection centers in the US say that "risk based deferral" is 85% to 99% effective at keeping HIV out of the blood supply. So not only is it scientifically based, and common fucking sense it works.

      "There is nothing inherently risky by [sic] being a gay or bisexual man" Phil Wilson tells us.

      Well, in spite of his godawful grammar I'm going to assume he means that there is nothing inherently risky about being a man that has sex with other men.

      He could not be more wrong.

      Listen, all sex is risky. In some cases the risk is almost zero (.006% for all non-MSMs), and in other cases the risk is screamingly high (4.6%, 1 out of every 22 MSMs).

      When you make an affirmative statement I.E. "I am a space alien", there are only three possibilities.

      You are lying.

      You believe what you say but you are wrong.

      You are telling the truth.

      Well, we know they can't be telling the truth so the question is this:

      Are Phil and Dustin unforgivably stupid and or so amazingly jaded by anti-gay prejudice that they assume everything that possibly could be anti-gay really is?

      Or are they just willing to say anything at all to combat anti-gay prejudice even if they know it's total bullshit?

      Whether they're lying or not though, they are extremely stupid. Here's why: If this rule gets changes, people are going to die. When people start dying from contaminated blood transfusions, gay men are going to get blamed for it and the backlash will be fucking horrible.

      We can only hope that the FDA doesn't bow to political pressure on this one, and it's highly likely that they will stand strong instead of giving in. They know the stats. They understand the nature of infectious diseases. Lives are at stake and they know it.

      God I hate people who think that having an opinion makes them important. Everyone knows I like to spout off (all the time) but I back up my incessant ranting with citations, statistics, and sound logic. The ass-tards in this video need to shut up.

      -Alex

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  • Comments (238)

    • Lacrimosa

      8 years ago

      Yeah I'm not really big on 'debates'.

    • Lacrimosa

      8 years ago

      Overly? Maybe. I thought it was just the easiest.

    • Lacrimosa

      8 years ago

      Did you not watch the rest of the episode?

      Tex was based off Allison. Her big thing was no matter how good she got, or 'how close she was to obtaining her goal' she failed.

      That's how she lost.

    • SilentBob23

      9 years ago

      just went through all of your unread journals... which have been 26... from now on I need to handle this better :P

      I hope you're fine.

    • alexios

      9 years ago

      I hear that. As I continue mu inexorable slide toward 'productive member of society' I have less and less opportunity to play games at all. Once the girlfriend and I move in I will no longer be spending half my nights away from my XBox, and since she and I usually just watch TV anyway (yes, we are boring. Also, we live in Buffalo, NY and there's nothing else to do 6 months out of the year) I should be getting in a lot more gaming hours.

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

      9 years ago

      Not really - wish it were coming during a time I had less to do. smiley2.gif

      I'll find some time to play, though, that's for sure.

    • SilentBob23

      9 years ago

      Happy Holidays! I wish you a great time =)

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

      9 years ago

      Thank you dear, it's been hard, but I have a wonderful support group to help me through.

    • Lacrimosa

      9 years ago

      I was an 8 year old girl and loved every second of it.

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

      9 years ago

      One of the codes they listed was "banana" in reference to penis.

    • alexios

      9 years ago

      Then there should be.

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

      9 years ago

      There are no laws saying that a woman must inform the father of pregnancy so referring to his lawful rights don't have much pull.

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

      9 years ago

      www.cnn.com/2009/US/10/19/interracial.marriage/index.html

      i wanted to post about that on our group, but I couldn't.

    • alexios

      9 years ago

      Personal failure like that tends to create shame and despair in me as opposed to rage. Rage for me comes from double-standards, and almost exclusively from that. You've read my postings both in my journal and in the UPYOURS group here on RvB, so you know this already, but you make a very good point. Rage is ugly.

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

      9 years ago

      In reply to alexios, #18:

      I hope that explains it as opposed to just restating it.


      Yeah, it does. Experience tells me, though, that if this is indicative of her work, she won't actually EARN that degree that you're working towards. (She'll either get much better, probably BECAUSE of this crap, or she'll leave the program before finishing.)

      I can see your point of view - I simply can't agree with it. (The value of my academic degrees, to me, is not dependent on who else holds one - there were people WAY better than me in my program, and WAY worse, and if I subscribed to the notion that the incompetent ones reflected badly on me, I'd have to also subscribe to the notion that I reflected badly on those way better than me. smiley0.gif )

      As to what makes me rage... heh. Not that much, any more. I was a very angry person during a stretch of the 90s - life was pretty stressful, for a lot of reasons. It got bad enough that my mother asked me to stop visiting until I could stop being so angry. That was a slap in the face - a wake-up call. It made me think pretty seriously about the life I was living, and what was important to me.

      I made some major changes, and while I still get angry, I rarely rage any more. smiley0.gif

      (I think personal failure - letting someone, or some group, down when I didn't have to, makes me angriest these days.)

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

      9 years ago

      That's a rational complaint.

      I ignore it, personally, because it doesn't really affect me; my kids aren't interested in it, I'm not interested in it, it simply doesn't impact my life. smiley0.gif

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

      9 years ago

      Nice!

      (I'm doing my best to be there - but some stuff came up last week that might make it impossible... I won't know for a little bit.)

    • SilentBob23

      10 years ago

      Some days before you started your complaints about not airing enough RvsB episodes, I actually thought to become a sponsor - 20 $ a year, for a nice website and community, but without Caboose and the Master Chief it's just not the same. I hope they hear your complaints! :-)

    • buckeyedon Crackpottist

      10 years ago

      Just don't watch the PA's then.

      Damn . . .

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

      10 years ago

      But that's not possible for any person. In a relationship I want the guy to be chivalrous and romantic, but when it comes to public life I want him to treat me like an equal. It IS possible to have your cake and eat it too and if you can then do it! I mean why not? There's not shame in it.

    • SilentBob23

      10 years ago

      Thank you man!! I want my own place really bad... need to find a way to get 500 EUR more a month... Any Idea?

    • GirlyCaboose

      10 years ago

      I'll make sure to get you the special "detox" bath salts, they're pretty sweet!

    • SupaChurchFn

      10 years ago

      Really not the case with my chosen profession. I've studied a wide variety of stuff so I'm more useful than the average graduate of my degree. I'm pretty certain I'll get a job.

    • Lacrimosa

      10 years ago

      Thats your mother!

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

      10 years ago

      I'm bored. Quick, do something Wu-ish.


      Wait, what?

      I think you must have me confused with an interesting person. smiley0.gif

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

      10 years ago

      I'm sorry I didn't see this earlier! If it helps your boredom you can imagine me squealing and kicking my feet in delight as I watch a video of a kitten attacking an electric toothbrush smiley0.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gif

    • SupaChurchFn

      10 years ago

      An updated journal, just for you! It's pretty wordy, but you wanted to know what's been up! smiley0.gif

    • El_Bastard

      10 years ago

      DIAF fucker smiley0.gif

    • xxZaxxNekoxx

      10 years ago

      Thank you for your sympathy

    • Physconails

      10 years ago

      Looking at fark.com now, it is very entertaining.
      Ever actually drive through Hamilton? Its nice, if you exclude the dowtown.

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

      10 years ago

      Mean exactly what it says smiley6.gifsmiley1.gif

    • Physconails

      10 years ago

      Unfortunately that's very true.

    • Physconails

      10 years ago

      Aw, thanks.

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

      10 years ago

      never that I actually know of... smiley0.gif

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

      10 years ago

      lol - there isn't one that I know about... and I'm not even sure there's a real market for them. :) That said... I'll think about it. :)

    • SilentBob23

      10 years ago

      Hi there!

      Are you still working on the next book of Praetorian?

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

      10 years ago

      Awesome. I doubt it un-bored you for long...

      smiley0.gifsmiley0.gif

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

      10 years ago

      Haha actually I don't think dogs should be dressed up like that. They have fur and a lot of times if you dress them up like that then it can mess with their natural insulation process thing....am I using the right word? Anywho I can understand a bandanna or a scarf or maybe little boots if it's very icy and cold out during the winter time (so they dont cut their feet on the sharp ice) but that's really about it. Maybe the occasional hat for shits and giggles. It drives me nuts when people put their dogs in dresses and things like that.

    • SilentBob23

      11 years ago

      How's MGS4 so far?

    • Lacrimosa

      11 years ago

      Does not mean I can't cry a little.

    • SargesHeros

      11 years ago

      I just gave you all the mod points to make it easier lol

    • SargesHeros

      11 years ago

      One pt.!

    • Gofenstien

      11 years ago

      i cant wait till june 12

    • Infinite_7

      11 years ago

      very nice games. thanks for the compliment, I'm flattered. note the difference between modesty and "oh I'm so much better than even that" showing-off. nice to have H3 BTBs, just like ole times.

    • SupaChurchFn

      11 years ago

      I'm going to go eat some pretzels, and the more people to xbl with, the better!

    • Camantia

      11 years ago

      Your only favorite book is 1984? Awesome. It is that good.

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

      11 years ago

      smiley2.gif sowwy

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

      11 years ago

      not at the moment.

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

      11 years ago

      She is by about 4 inches. She's also stronger and smarter. And is a cop. She's bad ass. smiley12.gif her

    • MMTess

      11 years ago

      I'll let you know what my prof says. smiley8.gif

      THANKS!

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