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    • I think Always Open is the one show that speaks to me the most

      2 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      And that is not putting down the other shows that RT has produced over the years. I love them as well, and I will do whatever I can to support them. But Always Open speaks to me on many levels. It doesn't even feel like a show or a podcast. It feels like a genuine conversation that friends are having. Even the camerawork feels more organic. It's fluid, it keeps your attention, and it catches the more unnoticeable mannerisms you would only normally see if you were part of the actual conversation. I really don't know how else to explain the technical aspects of Always Open, but there you go. Some of the reasons why this show speaks to me:


      1) I like that the feel of the show isn't "MEN SUCK" or "I AM WOMAN, HEAR ME ROAR". It's just friends who happen to be women who are talking about whatever the hell they want to talk about. Sure there is some structure as far as answering questions and such, but you don't feel the stress of needing to address as many questions as possible. The atmosphere is super laid back and fun. Nothing seems forced at all. This show very much reminds me of hanging out with my friends and not having a care in the world.


      2) Because the first episode featured an all-female cast, it resonated with me more. That's just a very natural reaction to have. Ladies, especially women who are good friends, really do talk about this kind of stuff with each other. The stigma that women have to be proper and appropriate all the time goes out the window. These conversations are real conversations. You want to talk about relationships? Bring it. You want to talk about farts? Let's do it.


      3) The diversity. This is so important, especially for today's audience. Yes, the cast in the first episode is all-female, but my god, the diversity was astounding. You have four women, who are very different from each other in every way. You have a difference of ethnicity, backgrounds, sexual orientation, and walks of life. And they blend beautifully. I cannot praise this aspect of the show enough. IT IS SO GOOD TO SEE ALL OF THIS IN ONE SPOT.


      4) Impact on the community and viewers. I think this is a really healthy show in general. There are so many in the community who look up to these lovely ladies, so having their own show is quite empowering. It's no secret that many see them as role models. Seeing them all in one setting will definitely make a bigger impact and stronger influence for the better. Again, this is not a knock against men or the men of RT, but I think it's important for young women to see these conversations and understand that they are perfectly normal. It's okay to joke around with your friends and that it's possible to find and establish that kind of relationship with another person where you can be yourself and you won't be judged for it.


      Just talking with community members throughout the years at RTX and through the forums, I know there are many people who shrink away from their full potential because they feel they may just not fit "the norm". I always encourage people to embrace who they are, work to become better people than who they are in present day, and change the world for the better. I want to see people bring their best, and I want to see them grow, and I want them to never forget who they are in the process.


      These ladies have done this and continue to do so. I think that's worth supporting and backing.

    • You know in Dark Souls 3...

      2 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      ...when you're in a new area, and you know you're going to die, so you freak out and your sole priority in life is to save your souls (badumtss!)?



    • I'm hanging out in a charity stream!

      2 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      One of our awesome community members @Lunah_Bat is raising money for the American Cancer Society. Stop on by and chat with us here! https://www.twitch.tv/lunah_bat She's about to dive into L4D.


      If you are able to donate, please visit this link. Of course, sharing it is just as valuable, so please spread this across social media if you can.


      <3 <3 <3

    • Paladins. And I Don't Necessarily Mean the D&D Ones.

      2 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      I've had quite a few of these conversations lately, and that has lead to me writing about this topic. Everyone has a rock, someone they lean on for strength, support, and encouragement. We all have one or two, and in truth, it's healthy to be able to vent to someone who is wiling to listen to you and not pass any judgement.


      What isn't healthy is if that is the only types of interactions we have with these specific people. There should be a healthy balance in any type of relationship, but once it becomes incredibly one-sided, it starts becoming toxic. People who are rocks are essentially paladins. They are altruistic, empathetic, and selfless to the point where they won't openly admit when they themselves are crumbling because they don't want to show the people who rely on them that they can no longer be supportive. I cannot tell you how many times I've heard "it's nice being able to talk to someone because I'm usually the one people come to."


      Imagine being the journal, the ear, the foundation to multiple people who are struggling for various reasons. Now imagine instinctively carrying that weight in your mind and heart even though the conversation ended with "thanks for listening." Paladins don't shake those conversations, those worries or those burdens off. Paladins accept these as their own because they feel it's their way of contributing to life, to the world, and to their loved ones. It becomes part of them; that's part of being empathetic.


      And as much as paladins don't want to admit it, even they struggle as well. They have their own share of misfortune at times just like everyone else, but they don't like to tell others about it because they understand what that weight can do to someone. It's a vicious one-way street for them more than it is a cycle. They want to remain and appear strong for those who rely on them, and they will only break down behind closed doors.


      Why am I writing this? I want people to have an understanding of the paladins in their lives. This isn't to make them feel guilty about venting to their pillars of support, far from, but this is more to help them understand that those pillars are people too. Allow them to recharge. Understand that they also need time away from the crazy of the world. No matter how much they hold things together, sometimes, they need to step back and take a breather. One of their flaws is that they won't ask for this break because they believe that they have to be helpful 24/7. I write this for those who may find themselves all of a sudden wondering why their rock may disappear for a while. I write this for those who may even be angered when one of their friends goes dark for a bit. I write this for those who may only come to their paladins when they need them. I write this for those who may be paladins themselves. There is no one reason I'm writing down these thoughts, but the overall intention is understanding.


      It is possible that some people will read this and spin negativity out of it. They may assume that I am writing this to make people who have troubles feel guilty about talking to their friends about their issues and problems. I am not. And that is an entirely different topic of discussion. I am writing this post to shed some light on a perspective that isn't always thought about. I will throw in, however, that if you are only coming to shed troubles and leave, I won't back down from saying that treating paladins like that isn't healthy and it is unfair. People may assume that I speak for everyone on both sides, but I do not. As with all of my posts, I speak for myself and my own experiences. People can feel however they want with my posts, but it is no secret that my intention is to help, not damage.


      Bottom line is whatever situation you may be involved in currently, if you have a paladin in your life to help you along, I'm glad for that. As I wrote earlier, it's healthy to be able to share your troubles with trusted friends. I think you can agree that we need more people like them in the world. I am only asking that you remember that while paladins seem unbreakable, they are human.

    • If you're not at Lets Play Live...!

      2 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      Let's dive into Albion! Hop on in if you want to hang out for a bit! https://www.twitch.tv/geekyfriedrice #fable3

    • My twitch community asks: why don't you use a facecam while streaming?

      2 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      The simple answer is I just like wearing ugly PJs while I play video games.


      The complicated answer is a little more in depth than that.


      Views: Having a large audience is crucial to a streamer’s success. Just to even be considered to become a partner of Twitch, you need to have a audience in the triple digits range (without assistance from being hosted) and you need to have a full time schedule of streaming 3-4 times a week with those steady numbers. Another alternative is having a YouTube channel with more than 100K subscribers.


      Depending on the game and what day I stream, my viewership can range from 10-25 people in the audience. My largest spike was about 66 while I was playing Dark Souls 3 for the first time. I will never forget that boss fight, nor will I forget the exchanges that happened in chat. I digress. I will write more about that later. For a small time streamer, those numbers aren’t bad at all. I like testing the waters to see which games garner larger audiences and which ones bring in new viewers vs. regulars.


      And I fully believe that using a facecam will help boost these numbers. More on that later.


      The community: I acknowledge that I am by no means a big time streamer. And I also acknowledge that there are a crapton of streamers out there that no one else knows either. I like finding those people, and if I enjoy their streams, I try to support them as well. I also study and observe a variety of streamers who use a facecam and who do not use a facecam. I try to learn what works for them and what doesn’t. I make notes starting from the title of the stream being used to how they interact with chat to whether or not a facecam is even beneficial for them. Of course, some streamers don’t need any help at all when it comes to marketing themselves because they’ve already made such a name for their brand(s), they can just hit “broadcast” and they get a large audience. But for the smaller names, I pay extra attention to both their successes and their downfalls.

      One note that is repeatedly jotted down is that female streamers will definitely benefit more by using a facecam.


      How I stream: I think two of the reasons why people enjoy my stream are because I interact with the chat and I am a bit of a theatrical personality. I will occasionally acknowledge the chat at the expense of the progress I’ve made in a game. It makes for funny moments, and I would rather have those than ignore the people who ask questions or want to have conversations. I also get scared and enraged easily. Horror games are the worst for me and the best for my viewers.


      When I first started streaming regularly on Twitch, I immediately decided on no facecam. It added a level of stress and paranoia that I did not want to deal with, especially since I wanted to learn about the culture of streaming first. It takes a lot of energy to focus on the game, focus on the chat, AND be entertaining for the chat. Worrying about a facecam was just a different level of multi-tasking I did not want to tackle out of the gate.


      In case a reader may not understand this concept, everything I write and will write is my opinion only and my opinion is based off of what I have experienced and/or learned from what other streamers have experienced.


      Now that the disclaimer is out of the way…


      These are the reasons why I don’t currently use a face cam:

      1. I’m not great at make up
      2. I hate having to worry about what to wear
      3. I hate having to make sure that camera angles are “just right” and “the most flattering”
      4. I do not want to deal with comments about what I look like
      5. I do not want to be compared to other streamers as far as physical appearance
      6. Honestly, it’s pretty funny when people ask me if I’m a boy or a girl. I call those people Professor Oak. The feature image makes sense now, doesn’t it?

      These may seem like very trivial things, but let me break this down for you. Female streamers already get a bad rep because a lot of people seem to focus on the negativity of “cam girls”. There is already a stigma attached to female streamers regardless of the type of streamer they really are. The type of streamers people complain about are the women who wear the lowest cut shirts showing off their best and biggest physical assets, stream gameplay that is previously recorded and focus on everything else besides streaming a video game. That is what I and many other female streamers are compared to off the bat.


      In my Dark Souls 3 stream, the one where I had about 66 viewers in the chat, one viewer started off with “you mean there’s a girl gamer out there that isn’t a whore? Awesome.” That’s not a compliment. And it was even worse when he started bringing all that negative stuff of the aforementioned type of streamer into the chat even after mods asked him to tone it down. The whole debate of cam girls existing is something that is currently plaguing the community, and the fact that I stream, means that I am now automatically part of that regardless of my intention to be or not be involved with it..


      Do I care about cam girls? Nope. It’s not my thing. They do what they do, and I’m going to do what I do. If people don’t like them, then my advice is to not support them. There are tons of streamers out there. People don’t have to harass each other or bully each other to make a statement. Rather than tearing people down, just use that energy to support and encourage streamers you do like.


      Do I care about being compared to them? In a way, yes. Again, I’m just here to play video games and talk to people. If people avoid my channel because they assume that I am a certain type of streamer and they bolt, that’s not really the type of audience I want anyway. I want people who like what I do and genuinely enjoy my streams. If people like my stream, I’m very happy they give me a follow. If they donate to my stream, again that’s something makes me happy. Everything else beyond that is stuff I don’t care to delve into.


      What does make up and clothing have to do with anything? Thanks to societal standards, a woman isn’t allowed to just be herself and in her most natural state. Most people would rather pay attention to a woman when she’s completely dolled up and dressed in the most flattering attire possible. Sure, there’s a time and place for everything, but demanding that she must be in her most perfect form for every second of the day in order for her to gain any amount of positive attention? Fuck that. Not everyone thinks this way, but enough people do where it’s an issue that should be addressed.


      Can I wear make up? Yes. Do I enjoy it?Sometimes. I want to “look nice” for ME. I don’t want the reason for me looking nice to be making other people happy. I can’t tell you how many times people have commented on my appearance over the years. But I can tell you that not all of those comments were made to uplift my spirits. Some were made with the direct intention of crushing me into the ground. With the veil of anonymity on the internet, it’s that much easier for people to be cruel and mean to others. I’m a stronger person now than I was years ago, but I prefer not to deal with extra layers of stress when I just want to focus on video games. Being called an ugly bitch because I don’t wear red lipstick or wear brand name clothing isn’t grounds for a healthy conversation. Luckily, these are conversations I can now control and if I don’t want to have them, I don’t need to anymore.


      Will you ever consider using a facecam? Yes. I’m actually thinking of doing a stream with a facecam when I hit 1000 followers on Twitch. Since being cam-less is the norm for me, I figure I would do something out of the ordinary when I hit a milestone. I would also consider using a facecam when I have special guests on the stream as well. I’m not 100% against the use of a facecam. I just know that right now, I am trying to figure out who I am as a streamer, and I’m discovering what works for me and what doesn’t. I don’t want to use a facecam because it’s labeled as a requirement. Like makeup, I want to do it for me and when I feel comfortable with it. It is entirely possible that I will use a facecam on a full time basis in the future. If that happens, it will be on my terms, no one else’s.


      That being said, there are many streamers out there who I enjoy watching. Doesn’t matter if the streamer is a man or a woman and it doesn’t matter to me if they use a facecam or not. If they are entertaining to me, I follow them. I know what I like and I do what I can to support them and their channels. I encourage you to do the same. Find something you like? Support it. Find something you don’t like? Walk away from it. That’s what community building is all about, is it not?


      To the GFR Guild: thanks for being here. I am a lucky lady to have such a very awesome community. <3


      Shameless plugs!

      https://twitch.tv/geekyfriedrice

      https://youtube.com/geekyfriedrice

      https://patreon.com/geekyfriedrice

    • NPCs in The Last of Us literally kill me

      2 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      You know when NPCs in a video game screw you? And not in the nice Garrus Vakarian kind of way? Yeah...



    • Real Talk: Supporting People Doesn’t Always Mean You Have To Open Your Wallet

      2 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      "Hey, I'm doing a thing!"


      "Sorry... I don't have the money to help you out right now."


      I've heard this conversation happen several times since I started paying attention to ways on how to market myself and what I want to represent. I, and many other friends, are journeying down the path of creating things for people's enjoyment. Specifically with us, the focus is streaming and video production. I tend to pay extra attention to people who use and love Twitch and create content for YouTube and Vine. I also dive into those communities and immerse myself in those cultures to better understand how I fit into them.


      Overall, it's inspiring. And any time I need a creativity boost, I look to my peers. It's amazing how much encouragement you can receive even if you don't know someone personally. Their hard work, your understanding of what's put into these projects not only fuel the desire to make more things, but you want to raise your personal goals and do better every time you release something out into the world.


      Another boost in confidence is watching your audience, your community, grow. I'm going to be completely honest here. Numbers matter. Increases and decreases in numbers help creators determine if what they are doing is engaging, entertaining, and tells them if what they are doing is right or if they need to head into another direction.


      I have many friends who support what I do, both in moral and monetary (Patreon) support. I am more than humbled that people who enjoy my content would actually donate their own money to help me along my adventures. I will always be grateful for them. Always. I know that many others are not in a position to do so, but that's okay! I get support from them too.


      Here is a small breakdown of where my community stands on various social media platforms:

      Twitter: 2,353 followers

      YouTube: 608 Subscribers

      Twitch: 675 followers

      Vine: 389 followers / 356,979 loops


      Now compared to big names, those numbers are SO SMALL. But, this is my community and it's growing. And trust me, I'm not going to slow down any time soon. Now this next part of my blog will have some shameless plugs because this post in general is to show people how they can still support their favorite creators even if they aren't able to support with donations.

      Each of these platforms offer some level of engagement from the audience. YouTubers don't say things like "if you enjoyed this video, give it a like and sub" just to hear their own voices. Views, likes, follows, retweets, any way to show a positive reaction and/or share a creator's work are all things a supporter can do without diving into their finances. These things may be simple but they are absolutely necessary to a creator's success. They almost act as guides and milestones to me. Whenever I make something, I get so happy when I see someone like a post or write a positive comment on it. I feel good about what I did, and it encourages me to do more and better.


      And I do what I can to pass along news of projects that friends are currently involved in. I'm in the same boat as many others. I may not be able to afford supporting every single one of my friends; however, I can tell others about what they do and whenever they create something, I do my best to read or watch what they post and I give it a like or a share.


      "Jackie, here's five dollars. That stream was awesome."


      "Hilarious video. Thanks for the smile!"


      "You're entertaining. Followed."


      All of these things make my heart so happy. And each of them are important to me because these are coming from people who I affect in some way, and they in turn are bringing good things into my life. That's more than what I ever thought possible. For those who are currently a part of the GeekyFriedRice Guild, thank you so much. For those just joining in, welcome and high fives all around!


      TL;DR If you like what someone is creating. Share their stuff. Like their stuff. Subscribe to their stuff. Follow their stuff. You may not think it's worth much, but it's the world to that creator.


      Shameless plugs! You can catch me here!

      https://YouTube.com/geekyfriedrice

      https://twitch.tv/geekyfriedrice

      https://Twitter.com/geekyfriedrice

      https://facebook.com/geekyfriedriceguild

      https://patreon.com/geekyfriedrice


      Not so shameless plugs! Here are some of my favorite creators. Please give them a like and a follow as well!


      Lozelda - Streamer & YouTuber

      https://twitch.tv/RT_lozelda

      https://youtube.com/rt_lozelda


      Mary McDowell - Streamer

      https://twitch.tv/sailortweek


      Naomi Chicoine - Arts & Crafts Queen

      https://twitter.com/NaomiChicoine


      Audrey Heffers - Author

      https://www.inkshares.com/books/devils-in-the-vall...


      Shanna Germain - Author & Game Dev

      http://www.shannagermain.com/


      Raf Naps - Streamer & Graphic Designer

      https://twitter.com/raf_naps

      https://www.twitch.tv/shimmysham_gaming


      EDIT: I have no idea why some of these links are working and some are not. But feel free to copy pasta links to get to these awesome people!

    • First time with Galak-Z and I am salty AF

      2 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      I just wanted a chill stream. With a free game I found on the PSN. It looked cute and fun. I became as salty as the Dead Sea.


      Don't forget you can see this saltiness live at twitch.tv/geekyfriedrice. I normally stream on Saturdays, but will try to as often as possible. Keep up with me on Twitter (GeekyFriedRice) for streaming times!


      Less than three you guys!



    • PokemonGo Life Advice: Featuring Eevee

      2 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      I enjoy creating stories, especially ones that can be helpful to others. Today's "comic" features Eevee! App used is Bubblee.


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  • Comments (1227)

    • dougss FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold 10 years

      9 years ago

      Woohoo!
      This makes me happy. smiley1.gif

    • reesekindle

      9 years ago

      OOoooooooh.
      -__-
      That's nice. ;^D

    • rane0

      9 years ago

      O_____O

      AWESOME!!!! I BE IN UR HOUSE! As a dog... eatin' your dogfudz

    • rane0

      9 years ago

      ^____^
      bigsmile.png

      YAY DOGGIE!

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

      9 years ago

      I'm so happy too!!! ^________^ *HUGS*

    • Tetrameth

      9 years ago

      What? Get psychiatric help for being a gamer nerd? Nah. smiley4.gif

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

      9 years ago

      We can still make sound babies! =D

      Also, Divine still hasn't sent pics. I think he/she/it lied to me. v_v

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

      9 years ago

      Tsk tsk darling, I thought you'd know me better by now...

      EPSILON!


      (or maybe Sigma) smiley12.gif

    • TheRecreator

      9 years ago

      Quite sleepy. Mondays are always busy for me; I have labs from 4 to 9 (with a cross-campus bike ride in between).

    • TheRecreator

      9 years ago

      Just got to thinking, it's been a while since you've been in one of our Skype chats. How goes it?

    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

      I had to stare at the "ph" word for a minute to realize what it said. smiley8.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gif


      Thank you. Emily really loves it.

    • NoNameHere

      9 years ago

      How is your friend doing(and you)?

    • antlertail

      9 years ago

      Hey, just wanted to say I'm glad to have you on my friends list. smiley0.gif How's it going?

    • OroborosNZ Projector

      9 years ago

      In reply to kriss:

      How does 9PM sound? I'm getting a small crew together for a Shizno session that's going to be partially pre-scripted. That is, YOU write your own parts, and you get to see parts of what everyone else has written. Nothing too laborious. I'll explain over Skype smile.png

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

      9 years ago

      forget again? don't worry i'll keep reminding you.

      if you are having trouble finding people...always me...not the most popular, not the best, but music counts as art.

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

      9 years ago

      Hey Darlin! smiley0.gif

    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

      Laugh it up, Alien.

      Take this!!!!!! tinyurl.com/ylln9ep

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

      9 years ago

      Aww, sound babies! XD

      We are the best parents ever. ^___^

    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

      shakefist.gif CURSES!!!!!!!!!



      *grabs jaw* ouch

      Post edited 3/21/10 11:49AM

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

      9 years ago

      it has been some time since you updated aRTistic users...i miss the inspiration it brought to my music. will you be updating it soon?

    • Yaini

      9 years ago

      Hey Kriss. How are you?

      Well apart from the whole spreading vile Alien Propaganda....

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

      9 years ago

      (((hugs))) :)


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

      9 years ago

      In reply to kriss, #3:

      So what inspired this? Is it a concept of how you view death? Not being morbid, just curious.


      The format was inspired by the author Ellen Hopkins. The subject is just about a dream/nightmare I had. At the time, before I woke up, I thought I was dead, till I woke up. XD

    • dougss FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold 10 years

      9 years ago

      I'mma quote your post, because that is EXACTLY how I feel too.

    • dougss FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold 10 years

      9 years ago

      ^___^
      How have you been?

    • reaper86

      9 years ago

      Yikes! Sorry bout the laptop. Did you get yourself a new one? Or have you found another portal to the virtual life? smiley6.gif

      Gratz on the new job! What kinda job is it?

      I'm doing quite well. Been in and out of the online world myself. Kinda just starting to come out of lurk mode. Things have been kinda exciting, my nephew just turned 1 year old last Saturday. smiley0.gif haha, he's freakin' cool.

      Other than that, I'm just waiting for Winter to finish it's course here so I can go back to school in the Spring. I was going to re-admit for the Winter, but a multitude of events forced me to wait one more season.

    • reaper86

      9 years ago

      Hey Kriss! How've you been?

    • spastic_jedi

      9 years ago

      My friend's made this short comedy film.
      I am not usually the type to share things like this.
      But I feel it is worth watching... if you find the time It'd be appreciated by them =)

      Skateboard

    • RVA_Amanda

      9 years ago

      Happy New Year, hope it's a good one! :)

    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

      I'll get you for this, Alien. cry2.gif

    • KillaKiwi210

      9 years ago

      Have a very merry X-mas. Don't go too crazy.

    • OroborosNZ Projector

      9 years ago

      In reply to kriss:

      HFMM smile.png

    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

      tinyurl.com/ylln9ep

      Take that, Alien!!!!!!

    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

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    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

      I didn't. I sent links to bookstore and stuff at the R.T. Store mischievous.gif

    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

      Oh Yeah!!!!!!

    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

      It would be easier to blow up the entire Universe, than taking me down. smiley0.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gif

    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

      I do what I can. smiley8.gifsmiley1.gif

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

      9 years ago

      Hey Kriss Feel like winning some free swag that is probably too big for you ? Check out my journal It has music and everything!!

    • Wolf_Soul

      9 years ago

      Hey.

    • spastic_jedi

      9 years ago

      I put a new picture of moose up and it is quite possibly the cutest thing ever

    • RogueSPiDER

      9 years ago

      I don't mind.

    • MissJackie

      9 years ago

      :] lol im a little late, happy thanksgiving

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

      9 years ago

      Haha, I avoid ALL stores on black friday. >.<

      I'm glad you had a good thanksgiving. ^^

    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

      Except 2 men in uniform. smiley0.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley0.gif

      Bow Chicka Bow Wow

    • RogueSPiDER

      9 years ago

      Honestly, I was thinking about starting a particular group, and I checked to make sure there wasn't a similar group already established. Turns out there is, the aRTistic Users interviews group. I saw that you were the admin, so I sent you a friend request as a kind of kudos. Seemed like the thing to do. You don't have to accept if you don't want to.

    • RogueSPiDER

      9 years ago

      Thanks! I'm glad you enjoy my work. smiley1.gif

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

      9 years ago

      Hey.

      It was good, kinda slow and lazy. But we had really good food.

      How was yours?

    • daprophet02

      9 years ago

      I will not hesitate to destroy your entire planet, if you touch my perfect garment!!!!!!
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