daver160

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    • Well shave my poodle

      10 years ago

      daver160

      I was filing through all my bookmarks and stumbled upon this one. Some strange, twisted memories this website did bring.

      And if my memory serves me correctly, I do recall having a very lengthy discussion in the forums - somewhere - about dogs and molestation. Don't ask my why, but it happened, I could swear on it. I must've been really bored, or at least out of my mind.

      Anyone else around here still alive and kicking?

    • a year older...

      11 years ago

      daver160

      ...and i sure as hell don't feel it.

      i *actually* wonder who reads these journals anyways? i think the last time i even posted in the forum was over a year ago, aside from the Canwest forum stuff.

      i'd bet my left nut that there will be less than 10 pairs of eyes looking at this journal.

    • The Master Chief has a big bone to pick

      11 years ago

      daver160

      So this is on Engadget:
      www.engadget.com/2008/02/29/gamers-tale-takes-xbox-repair-woes-to-new-levels-of-sadness/

      That is really, REALLY pathetic. I was fucking there when he got that signed. I watched Luke stumble with the Sharpie to get the MC on the 360.

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      And now? It's just another 360 with ding marks on the side. I think Bill Gates need to personally apologise to Nathaniel, and get a new 360 made, in platinum, and etched with the same stuff that was on it in the first place.

      Not only that, but Nathaniel should get a shotgun.... and a "Get out of jail free" card so when he finds that sonuvabitch he's allowed to get off scott free on one count of manslaughter.

      Anybody with me on creating a petition for that?

      BTW, Luke McKay is still awesome, and so is RT.

    • Button mash dammit, BUTTON MASH!

      11 years ago

      daver160

      'ello folks,

      So first and foremost, I will bitch about Assassin's Creed. I have played it, and sadly I could not finish it due to a single flaw: over-repetition. I was quite disappointed: The game felt a bit like a really fancy button masher. It was great at the start, but saying it was a roller coaster of fun would be an understatement: it was more of an adverture that was on two handfuls of uppers and downers. I'll admit, I really liked the missions, but I hated the linearity of the missions. Follow man, beat up man for information. *DING* subquest 1 completed. Listen to two men talking whilst sitting on apparently-non-conspicuously-placed-bench, follow man to alley, steal information from man. *DING* you're ready to take out the next guy. Oh wait! I forgot, climb the towers! Climb the towers! No wait! Run away from the guards! Run away!

      So yeah. Let me put it this way: the design of the in-game components such as the physics (moving through crowds, moving through the city be it on the ground or through the rooftops) was absolutely beautifully designed. I am in love with it, given the fact that I have a bit of an academic background in Agent-Environment AI. That just stunned me, and this game's agent-environment physics will be my favourite for years to come. However (and a BIG "however"), the game suffered severely from a monotonous mission design. Every objective/mission was basically the same as the last, only in a slightly different order. The story behind the game was quite interested, and seemingly well thought out. I actually got to meet Jade Raymond when she was out in Vancouver a year ago for a talk regarding the future of cognition/cognitive systems in video games. Given that she's the head producer of Assassin's Creed, I guess I expected too much from the game. Even so, Ubisoft could have done a better job in the mission department. They've got some pretty damn good games out there, so I would at least expect Assassin's Creed's to be developed at the same quality level.


      So that's all about Assassin's Creed. It's a good thing I didn't buy the game: I went down to Seattle to visit my brother, and naturally, commandeered the X360 while down there - other than eating him broke, that is.

      Now that school starts up again next week, I'm going back into depression. School means no/less skiing, and that's just unacceptable. Although, I have to admit that my skis have seen more than enough snow. But then again, there's no such thing as too much snow. Unfortunately for my skis, they're going to have to get edged and waxed: the formula for "retired for the season". I've been up to Blackcomb/Whistler about 10-15 times now, and I've definitely made my Edge card (semi-season lift/mountain pass) worth it.

      Recently, one really cool thing that we've done in the neurocognition lab I work in, is do an EEG (ElectroEncephaloGraphy) on a convict brought up from the US. Apparently, there's some crazy legal and paper work involved in doing brain scans on convicts in the US, so they brought him up to our lab to get the scans done. Kinda scary, given his conviction for multiple arsons, but really cool based on the results. So basically, we gave him a list of words for him to read. Some of these words somehow relate to fire. For example, gasoline, wood, match, ignite, etc. We also had several other individuals read the exact same list of words, in the same environmental conditions. We then performed EEG scans as each person read the list of words. Low and behold, the convict's brain lit up in some areas when he read out loud words that related to the crimes he committed. The theory behind this scan is to see if convicts, who pleaded guilty to their crimes, would have different synapse firings than normal individuals. They think it only happens when the convicted person feels guilty about the crime(s) they committed (which was the case for this convict). It makes you wonder if a non-guilty feeling convict would have similar results.

      In other news, I've found myself quite attracted to a friend of mine. And it's just a weird feeling, having known her for about 10 years now and suddenly finding myself feeling this way. Not to mention that I only came out of a serious, and long-term relationship not too recently. But I guess that's just how life is. We'll see what happens. The problem is, right now I'm in no position to start dating again, having multiple part time jobs, school, and work in a neurocognition lab. But at the same time, I'd like to go out for coffee sometime with her, but not just as friends. I want to date, but at the same time, I dont want to date. And also, if she doesn't want to go out, would asking her out ruin our close friendship? You know, the whole she-bang with the questions. Boy, lIfe's sure a tough bitch, ain't it?

    • Hey there big spender,

      11 years ago

      daver160

      So for whatever reason, I've decided to update this thing. I don't really know why, since I'm not around here much very often anyways.

      I guess the first thing I could start with is my new pairs of skis. Yes, that's right. I said "pairs". I got 2 pairs of skis, one for powder skiing and one for parks. First pair I got were Salomon X-Wing Hurricanes. Those babies rip through powder like a hot knife through butter. The best part is that they can handle groomed runs pretty well too, so they're almost like an all-mountain skis. The other skis that I got for parks are the K2 Public Enemy's. My friends and I often to heli-skiing and off-piste for the first few days we go up skiing, and spend the last day or so taking it easy and hitting up the snow parks. And trust me, you NEVER take powder skis to a park: it kills you. The Public Enemy's can handle everything I throw at them, and then some. Hell, they can handle anything that pros throw at them that I could only dream of.

      So there's that with my skis. Beautiful pieces of metal/plexiglass if I may say so myself. Both skis are also insanely light, so they're a cinch to carry around or strap to my skipack.

      The other piece of irrelevant news that I'm sure all of you are so wanting to know is that I've bought a used PSP for dirt cheap. Like $50 for a unit, hard aluminum case, and some sort of remote control for music playing. All I'm using this thing for is to watch movies when I'm on long bus or plane rides to and from where ever I'm going. My job makes it a pain to have to travel, but at least I'll now have an alternative to being bored shitless and finishing the only book I've brought, right?

      Well, there's that for now. I clearly have too much time on my hands to be able to update my journal like this. I should really be creating that quiz for the course I'm TA-ing... and it's insane that the prof I'm working for wants to quiz the students in the 2nd week of classes.... he's a sick bastard, no? Nah, he's alright. It's a pop quiz, but not really for marks. He just wants to see how much people currently know about the brain. But still, a quiz in the 2nd week of school still sort of makes you a jackass, wouldn't you say?

    • The handbasket's all decorated and ready

      11 years ago

      daver160

      Some people go to hell in a handbasket. Me? Nah. Not me. I'm going to hell on a fuggin' Harley. You know, Easy Rider style.

      No more long journals. Those get boring too easily for the readers. So I'm gonna make this into three, beautifully short paragraphs.

      (1)
      Friendship is sometimes better than a relationship. Somehow, in some strange way that even I can't explain, my girlfriend and I have "broken up", but not. It's like a downgrade. We're friends again, but oddly enough it's so much better than being together. We're able to do things again that sort of went away when we were together as a couple. For instance, sitting outside a local coffee shop on a Sunday morning, sipping coffee.... and making fun of people as they pass by our window. It's great I tell you. We hadn't done that since we got together over a year ago. Moral of the story? It's more fun to make fun of people as friends rather as a couple. Trust me on this.

      (2)
      Professors can be a big pain in teh ass, and still a great friend. I had a prof write me a letter of recommendation to a Graduate program for Cognitive Systems (my degree major). Oh, he wrote me a letter alright. A reply came back from New York. I quote, "You've got to be kidding me."
      ...
      ...
      Yeah, I know. Tell me about it. I was like, "what the fuck is he talking about?!?". Then I saw that in the envelope, the director of the Graduate program at NYU had included my directing professor's original written letter. In a nutshell, this is what he wrote:
      "Hey Chuck,

      You still owe me money from that time I came and visited you.

      Sincerely,
      Eric Vakiotis-Bateson"

      So my prof had sent me a "letter of recommendation" basically telling his good old friend taht he owes money. What happened to that letter I asked to be sent? Well, as it turns out, my directing prof didn't think I would want to go to New York to continue my studies. Nope, not according to him. Instead, he sent a fucking letter to fucking AMSTERDAM. He basically said that I shouldn't be studying at a "shithole" of a university. So he wrote a letter to the CSCA (Cognitive Science Center) at the University of Amsterdam. That's one of the top Graduate programs in the world for the Cognitive Systems program. The only thing is that I'm still undecided if I want to go to grad school or go work right after my degree. It's especially hard now that I know that I've got a fighting chance to go study and research at one of hte world's best schools.

      (3)
      Job interviews suck. I mean, I got the job and all that jazz. But, the stupid process of interviews is what bugs me. Do you know what I wear to work? Shorts and sandals. I sleep overnight in my office sometimes, when we work through the night. I shave in the washroom, I brush my teeth and all that too. Hell, I've got one of those kick-ass Razor scooters that you can get at Toys R Us to jet down the hallways. And yet, for the interview, I had to dress up and pretend I'm some high-class citizen out to change the world. And for what? An office without any windows and an end-less supply coffee and work. Stupid ain't it?


      I'll bet my "beautifully short paragraphs" threw you off, didn't it? As if I'd ever keep it beautifully short. I know some of you saps sit on these forums all day. It's kinda sad. At least I gave you something to read. Be thankful for that!

    • Not Dead

      11 years ago

      daver160

      Just swamped.

      There is SOOOOOO much going on in my life right now. From my trip to the hospital this past weekend, to my friend passing away in the tragic accident in the Cascade Mountains. And all this is just this past weekend. Everything before that has been a blur that I can barely remember. It's like being absolutely wasted and watching everything from the bottom of a dirty glass.

      People said 2007 was going to be a bad year. And a bad year it has been already, and it's still not over yet. School's ridiculously hard as I try my way into Grad school: I've begun the preliminary "kick ass in school" business, but it's not working out too well as I spend countless hours at work on top of school, and try and live a social life. The latter part has fallen through already, only a few weeks into school. Maybe I'll try applying for Grad school in Amsterdam. It's supposed to be easier to get in, but even harder to stay in. But I don't know if I'm ready to jump that quickly away from the West Coast. Too much Canadian pride I guess :P

      On a happier note, I got a decent scholarship to an internship/fellowship program at NYU for a year, but unfortunately NYU doesn't have what I'm looking for. I started off with my interest in human and animal vision, but have veered off that course and discovered autism. So right now I'm focusing on autism and other mental "disabilities" as they call it. I think autism is far from being a "disability", but that's just my opinion. You should see some of the children I work with. Yes, they can have a bad temper, but "gifted" is an extreme understatement for what they can do. We brought in a child from Okotoks, Alberta (for you 'Merican folks, Alberta is the province immediately east of British Columbia), who has been categorised as a savant. In case you don't know what a "savant" is, more or less it's simply an autistic individual with extraordinary abilities in a certain field, usually art or music. At just 9 years old, we could play him a 30 second audio clip of random TV show theme songs (dubbed directly from DVDs), and he could play it back near perfectly on a piano (we used an electric keyboard). We had a hard time keeping the skull-cap on him (for brain scans), but we eventually managed without him kicking and screaming.

      On the social life front, things go awkward. My girlfriend and I seem to be drifting apart. I guess the things we want just aren't the same anymore. I'm looking towards a career in research or at least some other steady full-time employment, while she seems to want a more "work in the day, party through the night". I'm an outdoors person, she's a city-slicker. It sort of goes back to the saying, you can't teach an old dog new tricks. My girlfriend used to be like that, a party person and all. Then she realised that all that partying was getting to her, and so she wanted to settle down. That she did for a few years, those years I was with her. But I guess all the partying, it's all coming back to her. But I'm not going to be some jerk who's going to hold her back from what she wants. The heart wants what it wants. And if that's what she wants, then who am I to try and change her for my own?

      Life goes on. But right now, my mind is still with my friend who passed away this weekend. Peace and blue skies, is what we're all saying now. He was one of the poor folks on the airplane that crashed in Washington this past weekend. The worst part was that he was still young, still in his mid-twenties, and was talking about getting married to his long-time girlfriend.

      He had a knack for poking you, from the back of the car, with the Club while you were driving. He used a freaking kiddie scooter to get from room to room in the office at work. He was basically a little kid in a 6 foot 3 inch adult body. He would purposely, as loudly as possible, blow massive farts in restaurants and blame it on the table next to us. He was that annoying little bastard that everybody loved. And he was a genius. At just 26 years old, he had climbed up the corporate ladder and reached a position that usually people in their 40's would be at. But he was modest about it. He frankly didn't care what rank or position he had, he just loved his job and did it right every time. It was an inside joke that everybody called him "Wiggum", after Ralph Wiggum from The Simpsons. Given that his own name was Ralph, it was only fitting. Even at the memorial gathering I went to yesterday near Seattle, they had a picture of Ralph Wiggum, yanking at his chain one last time.
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    • 6 years ago

      12 years ago

      daver160

      6 years ago to this date, hundreds if not thousands of innocent men and women died because two entirely different worlds clashed in their religious and political views.

      4 years ago, men and women the world over brought their courage to the Middle East to rid a country from unimaginable genocide, and a tyrannical individual who knew no moral boundaries. Some of those men and women never made it home.

      Even now, people fight a war that is not theirs. And they lose their lives over it. One such person was my good friend from Comox, Andy Eykelenboom. Only a year ago, he died in the line of duty while trying to save lives. That was his own duty, as a field medic he would leave his home in Canada to some unknown country to ensure that others would one day return back to theirs. While on patrol duty, his convoy was hit by an IED (Improvised Explosive Device). His patrol-mates were injured but more or less OK and would make it after a few stitches. If only Andy was as lucky as them. He was only 23 years old.

      I know that "world peace" is only going to be a myth in our world. But to fight over something as stupid as different beliefs is like fighting with a 3-year old child over which superhero is better: it's pointless and it grows old fast.

      Until you lose someone to this ¨war¨, you`ll be hard pressed to see any truth or reason in what the soldiers are doing on the other side of the world. And it makes you wonder: is it really worth it?

    • Like House of the Dead, but less dead

      12 years ago

      daver160

      No I'm not dead, just extremely busy with this damn thing that people call "life" these days. I'm still not quite sure what "life" is yet, but I think I'm getting the hang of it. It's all still very mysterious to me, but I'll find a way around it one way or another.

      That is all.

    • Update, update, read all about it

      12 years ago

      daver160

      yeah, so if you're one of those nutty people loonie enough to watch me, well, yeah.

      so basically summer school's almost over. i'm taking a class that's "required" by my program, when it really isn't required at all. kinda screwy ain't it? well, i get to learn about language acquisition and computers, and how much MS Word's spell check sucks even MORE than we all know it already does. basically, it's a course about language and computer AI. pretty cool shit in that course, we even got a guest speaker who used to work on the spell checker for Microsoft (which is how we found out how much spell checker sucks so bad).

      but the big news is me and the miss are back together. but on new terms. we're starting fresh. EVERYTHING from the past has been thrown out the window. it's like we're meeting all over again. i think it'll be more fun this way. and we've also agreed to take things slower this time.

      of course, this would actually mean something more had it not been discussed through e-mail. yeah, e-mail, the least personal means of communication in this day and age. but then again, i think it was great for her and her old friends to just pick up and go to the UK for a couple of weeks. you know, get the ol' sparks going between them. it's always great to have friends who you know will be there for you.

      well, that's all for now. i'm registered for my courses this coming year and DAMN is it a slacker one. no courses before 10am, no courses after 3pm, and for one whole term, i have only one class on Mon Wed & Fri. sweet deal

  • About Me

  • Comments (265)

    • AAR

      9 years ago

      AH hahahah, i have reappered, and just as quickly, shall disapate into the darkness.

    • Neko_Sama

      9 years ago

      I moved again to a small house next to my grandparents
      nets are even suckier here D<
      I hate itttt I miss good net so fucking bad damnit.

    • Neko_Sama

      10 years ago

      ahahaha cakies sounds like something a gay man would call it.
      Well that's just a giant cookie with frosting on it. Not that hard. o_o And laundry I can do...except for underwear. I will NOT touch underwear D< that's nasty.
      Well that's if I can get a damn job o__o; jobs are hard to come by especially since I'm 17, no work experience, no references or any of that shit. But I'll just use you hoes as references >D

    • Neko_Sama

      10 years ago

      well I'm sure I could learn. o_o it's probably not that hard. Get me a recipe and I can usually make it....well is she hot ;D
      ahahaha hot damn free vodka *O* and fritos...I love vodka with fritos for some reason.

      Well you all suck ass~ I'll make time for you all to play the 360 with me *holds up a gun and aims for the cars*

    • Neko_Sama

      10 years ago

      .....I'm 17 though so I can't buy my own alcohol XD
      >> but I have lots of games to offer....
      and I can bake awesomely. I make good cake and cookies and all that shit o__o

    • Neko_Sama

      10 years ago

      oh gosh. I don't like rum though...I like margaritas and smirnoff and vodka *___*! ....I like gay men drinks. XD

      how about two extra 360 controllers, a few games and a master chief helmet and the ability to cook and clean?

    • Neko_Sama

      10 years ago

      so I'd be in the way of drunk guys.
      Fun.
      Drunken groping and hitting on and all that. *shudders*
      I'm taking the bathroom.

    • Neko_Sama

      10 years ago

      well I got almost DD boobs so I make the rules. XP Nyeh.
      o_o I found a really good university near me that does majorly psychology
      Argosy University *O*

    • Neko_Sama

      10 years ago

      yeaaah and it's been getting worse and worse. I've been getting more light headed and dizzy all the time because I barely sleep and barely eat and I work my ass off all the time. But the other day I was able to go to Seattle and eat like crazy x= I had cereal before I left then a cheeseburger a shit load of fries and ice cream and I was all*_____* FOOOOOOOD <FDSLKJKLF<33333
      XDDD I need a passport first. I'll make you crash on the couch and I'll take your room.

    • Neko_Sama

      10 years ago

      Yeah I'm in Covington WA not too far away
      ugh I can't do anything though and today I went until 5 pm without eating and I was up at 9 am because my grandparents every time they saw me sitting they told me to do something.
      And when my mom saw how pale and faint I was getting she made me sit down for a moment and eat and my grandpa came into the room literally 10 seconds after she left and asked "Isn't there a job you're supposed to be doing right now" and I was like um. not really T_T;;
      .....I don't have internet I'm using the neighbors and it's always dying and my 360 gave me the red ring of death and won't fire up anymore, and it's not like I had time to play it anyways with my grandparents down my throat about video games I had to hide it in my mom's room with the tv and she always goes to bed really early so I had no time to get on it.

    • Neko_Sama

      10 years ago

      YOU LIIIIIIVE *clings to your leg*
      yeah I actually finally moved almost two weeks ago and it seriously sucks here
      I have to use the neighbors internet, can't eat in my room anymore, can't curse cause grandparents are conservative christians, etc.
      SAVE ME DAVEY DX

    • DragonMina

      10 years ago

      I'm at least one real person.

      I think..

      But yeah, the U.S. is really lagging here. I mean, it's pretty much going to happen at some point. They're human beings who deserve to have the same rights as everyone else. And the Bible is, shockingly, not the Constitution. I just hope Americans start to figure that out.

    • DragonMina

      10 years ago

      I like Spring Break, if only because I'm busy at home instead of at school. I'm not really all that big on sleep (weird, I know) so it doesn't bother me if I only get 7 or 8 hours over breaks.

      Yeah, I don't blame you for not going into grad school. I'm only a sophmore and I already want to just be done so that I can settle into a job and a nice little life.

      Finals week is the first week of May. If I'm lucking, I'll be done on the 5th. If I'm not lucky and have to work until Friday, I won't be done until the 8th. But either way the school year's almost over and I'll get to go home and start working 40 hours a week. Whoot.

    • DragonMina

      10 years ago

      i r not brat, i r jeanyus!!!!

      I've never met our Dean. I just get on the list due to my GPA. I don't read much more into it than that.

      What have you been doing all this time, anyway?

    • DragonMina

      10 years ago

      Most died, I think. Just like I thought you had.

      Thanks for the happy birthday 3 months early.

      And I'll have you know that I've been on the Dean's List every semester so far and plan to get there anything this semester, providing I study when I'm drunk off my ass under that table. Haha.

    • AAR

      11 years ago

      Mine is Spareurself@aim.com

    • AAR

      11 years ago

      Give me you msn name

    • DragonMina

      11 years ago

      Well, that's not very fair.

      You'll have to clean up at least half of this crap around here.

    • Neko_Sama

      11 years ago

      *runs and looks in your van* COOKEHS?!

    • Neko_Sama

      11 years ago

      he was charged with Assault 1, meaning 5-20 years in jail.

    • Neko_Sama

      11 years ago

      Thank you =]

    • RvBCanwest

      11 years ago

      So like I updated my profile with some kind of website thingy with all the info you requested.

    • Neko_Sama

      11 years ago

      damn straight, it's spring break.

    • AAR

      11 years ago

      They are funny , really funny.

    • Neko_Sama

      11 years ago

      I'm still here =O Just...busy? XD I blamers the 360, photoshop, and college.

    • DragonMina

      11 years ago

      So far, I'm not hating the work. In fact, with one class being the exclusion, I've been surprised by how easy it is.

      Now, of course, I'm only a freshman. No doubt it will get harder. But otherwise, yes, I do love it more than high school.

    • AAR

      11 years ago

      HA hahahahahaha

    • Neko_Sama

      11 years ago

      Yours, mine are too tight >< [no money for new ones.]

    • Neko_Sama

      11 years ago

      *wink*

    • RvBCanwest

      11 years ago

      I hear you want to come visit me?

    • DragonMina

      11 years ago

      Bah.

      Some people get all the luck. smiley8.gif

    • DragonMina

      11 years ago

      I like ice skating.

      But hurtling down a snow-covered mountain on two little pieces of wood doesn't spell out a good time to me.

    • DragonMina

      11 years ago

      I think I'll just keep the number of journals I make to a minimum.

      Yeah, I've been skiing a few times. We have a few places here in Iowa, but nothing close enough to make it worth it. I don't really like it.

    • Neko_Sama

      11 years ago

      It better be XD

    • DragonMina

      11 years ago

      That's true, short entries are harder than long ones.

      And I'm not albino, I was only kidding. I spend a lot of time outside lol, just not skiing. I don't live in Canada, after all.

    • DragonMina

      11 years ago

      Well, people have a nasty habit of calling me when I'm trying to do my work. Instead of hanging up on them, now I can still talk to them and also continue to type/work/play video games.

      Ski equipment? You mean...you go outside?! *hiss*

      As for the journal entries, I've tried to do short ones before and ended up failing. But I'm sorta moving away from RvB and I realized that what happens in my life isn't really important to other people (<_<) so why not just keep it short and sweet?

      Post edited 11/25/07 7:21PM

    • DragonMina

      11 years ago

      nah

      i r jeanyus

    • fluffsman

      11 years ago

      We haven't talked in forever and that makes me a sad Panda, so does that pants thing. There's something wrong with that. smiley8.gif

    • DragonMina

      12 years ago

      ...

      Maybe a smoke-filled one.

      Maybe.

    • DragonMina

      12 years ago

      smiley7.gif

      I hope you're kidding. I really, REALLY hope you're kidding.

    • DragonMina

      12 years ago

      Bouncy castle?

      Like, the inflated things little kids jump in?

    • DragonMina

      12 years ago

      Well, you'd better get ready, sir!

      Stop having parties inside your body and GET TO WORK!

    • DragonMina

      12 years ago

      Sweet!

      And pants sound like a GREAT place to start!

      Par-tay! smiley0.gif

    • DragonMina

      12 years ago

      Good job on the microwave.

      But now I'm kinda worried. We have stuff on top of ours too...

      Shit!

    • freelancer92

      12 years ago

      Haha, yeah. I actually don't want university to come, I still want to be a kid again.
      I was so easily amused back then. Someone would dangle some keys in front of my face and it entertain me for hours.
      Oh the easy life.

    • DragonMina

      12 years ago

      I wanted him to be. It would've made things a lot easier.

      But I couldn't forget about him - still can't. I'm done fighting it. I miss him. A lot. Apparently, he feels the same. We'll see where it takes us, I suppose.

    • fluffsman

      12 years ago

      Surprise!
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    • fluffsman

      12 years ago

      I never said he was sexier than you

    • fluffsman

      12 years ago

      MOVIE THEATER SEX!! Thank god for sexual innuendos

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