osiris32

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from Oak Grove, OR

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    • So it's been a while

      4 years ago

      osiris32

      Like almost two years. Figure I should update.

      Long-time girlfriend broke up with me.
      Had to move back home.
      Job hasn't been moving forward much.
      Broke as fuck.
      Car's going to die soon.

      Yeah, really not much else I can update about. Unless I get some more jobs quickly, I'm going to be stuck here for a while, and that's not a pleasant thought.

    • End of watch, 2012

      6 years ago

      osiris32

      For the year 2012, 60 officers and 6 K-9s were killed by suspects in the line of duty. In respect for their sacrifice to protect their communities, please take a moment and read through the list, and have a moment of silence for the fallen.

      January 1 - Ranger Margret Anderson, US Park Service, gunfire
      January 1 - Sergeant Abimael Castro-Berrocales, Puerto Rico Police Department, gunfire
      January 5 - Agent Jared Francorn, Ogden, Utah Police Department, gunfire
      January 8 - Deputy William Coleman, Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff's Department, gunfire
      January 14 - Correctional Officer Clarence Tariq Hammond, Michigan Department of Corrections, gunfire
      January 18 - Agent Francis Crespo-Mandry, Puerto Rico Police Department, gunfire
      January 20 - Corporal Barbara Ester, Arkansas Department of Corrections, stabbed
      January 24 - Senior Police Officer Gail Thomas, Atlanta, Georgia Police Department, vehicular assault
      January 28 - Master Corporal Sandy Rogers, Aiken, South Carolina Department of Public Safety, gunfire
      February 3 - Officer Steven Green, Mobile Alabama Police Department, stabbed
      February 16 - Detective David White, Clay County, Florida Sheriff's Office, gunfire
      February 23 - Trooper Tony Radulescu, Washington State Highway Patrol, gunfire
      March 6 - Deputy Barbara Pill, Brevard County, Florida, Sheriff's Office, gunfire
      March 6 - Corrections Officer Britney Meux, Lake County, Indiana Sheriff's Department, vehicular assault
      March 18 - Sergeant Ruben Thomas, Florida Department of Corrections, stabbed
      April 6 - Senior Officer Jaime De Luna-Padron, Austin, Texas Police Department, gunfire
      April 12 - Deputy Robert Paris, Stanislaus, California Sheriff's Department, gunfire
      April 12 - Chief Michael Maloney, Greenland, New Hampshire Police Department, gunfire
      May 1 - Investigator Michael Walter, Pearl, Mississippi Police Department, gunfire
      May 18 - Parole Officer Jeffrey McCoy, Oklahoma Department of Corrections, gunfire
      May 28 - Detective Jeremy Bitner, Englewood, Colorado Police Department, gunfire
      June 4 - Officer Kevin Ambrose, Springfield, Massachusetts Police Department, gunfire
      June 24 - Officer Celena Hollis, Denver, Colorado Police Department, gunfire
      June 26 - Agent Victor Soto-Velez, Puerto Rico Police Department, gunfire
      July 8 - Officer Brian Lorenzo, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Police Department, vehicular assault
      July 16 - K-9 Chase, Lee County, Virginia Sheriff's Office, gunfire
      July 17 - Master Officer Jeremiah Goodson, Lumberton, North Carolina Police Department, gunfire
      July 18 - Correctional Officer Nikki Bostic-Jones, Cook County, Illinois Department of Corrections, vehicular assault
      July 26 - Deputy William Mast, Watagua, North Carolina Sheriff's Office, gunfire
      July 26 - K-9 Kilo, Anderson, Indiana Police Department, gunfire
      July 28 - Officer Joshua Williams, Waxahachie, Texas Police Department, vehicular assault
      August 1 - Deputy Josh Mitchell, Reagan County, Texas Sheriff's Office, gunfire
      August 5 - K-9 Creed, Panama, Oklahoma Police Department, gunfire
      August 13 - Constable Brian Bachmann, Brazos County, Texas Constable's Office, gunfire
      August 14 - Agent Wilfredo Ramos-Nieves, Puerto Rico Police Department, gunfire
      August 16 - Deputy Jeremy Triche, St John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana Sheriff's Office, gunfire
      August 16 - Deputy Brandon Nielsen, St John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana Sheriff's Office, gunfire
      August 18 - Officer Moses Walker, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Police Department, gunfire
      August 20 - K-9 Magnum, Anderson, Indiana Police Department, gunfire
      August 28 - Corporal Marshall Lee Bailey, West Virginia State Police, gunfire
      August 28 - Chief Herbert Proffitt, Tompkinsville, Kentucky Police Department, gunfire
      August 31 - Trooper Eric Workman, West Virginia State Police, gunfire
      September 5 - Officer Kenyon Youngstrom, California Highway Patrol, gunfire
      September 8 - Trooper Bobby Demuth, North Carolina Highway Patrol, vehicular assault
      September 9 - Officer Patrick O'Rourke, West Bloomfield, Michigan Police Department, gunfire
      September 13 - Officer Bradley Fox, Plymouth Township, Pennsylvania Police Department, gunfire
      September 24 - Sergeant Mary Ricard, Colorado Department of Corrections, stabbed
      September 29 - Officer Colvin Georges, Virgin Islands Police Department, gunfire
      October 5 - Patrolman Jonathan Molina, El Paso, Texas Police Department, assault
      October 11 - Correctional Officer, Larry Stell, Georgia Department of Corrections, stabbed
      October 23 - Officer Arthur Lopez, Nassau County, New York, Police Department, gunfire
      November 7 - Agent Wilfredo Ramos-Nieves, Puerto Rico Police Deparment, gunfire
      November 12 - Officer Elgin Daniel, Henry County, Georgia Police Department, vehicular assault
      November 14 - Deputy Anthony Rakes, Marion County, Kentucky Sheriff's Office, gunfire
      November 23 - Deputy Scott Ward, Baldwin County, Alabama Sheriff's Office, gunfire
      November 29 - Officer Tom Decker, Cold Spring, Minnesota Police Department, gunfire
      December 2 - Chief Petty Officer Terrell Horne III, US Coast Guard, vehicular assault
      December 11 - K-9 Nash, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, gunfire
      December 12 - K-9 Ivan, Tuscon, Arizona Police Department, gunfire
      December 14 - Patrolman Martoiya Lang, Memphis, Tennessee Police Department, gunfire
      December 15 - Deputy Christopher Parsons, Washington County, Missouri Sheriff's Office, gunfire
      December 16 - Patrolman Angel Garcia, El Paso, Texas Police Department, vehicular assault
      December 16 - Corporal David Gogian, Topeka, Kansas Police Department, gunfire
      December 16 - Officer Jeff Atherly, Topeka, Kansas Police Department, gunfire
      December 18 - Officer Sean Louis Callahan, Clayton County, Georgia Police Department, gunfire
      December 24 - Officer Jennifer Lynn Sebena, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Police Department, gunfire
      December 24 - Corporal Jimmie Norman, Bellaire, Texas Police Department, gunfire

      May the honored fallen rest in peace.

    • Christmas Eve End of Watch

      6 years ago

      osiris32

      Twas the Night Before Christmas, and shots were fired. Two officers gave their lives protecting their community during the biggest holiday of the year. Remember their names, and their sacrifices:

      Police Officer Jennifer Lynn Sebena, of the Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Police Department, was shot and killed near the intersection of Underwood and Harmonee while on patrol. Shortly before 5:00 am dispatchers attempted to contact her but failed to received a response. Other officers began searching for her and found her body suffering from several gunshot wounds near the Wauwatosa Fire Department's parking lot. Officer Sebena's husband was later arrested and charged with her murder. Officer Sebena had served with the Wauwatosa Police Department for two years.

      Corporal Jimmie Norman, of the Bellaire, Texas Police Department, was shot and killed after making a traffic stop near the intersection of Jessamine Street and Mapleridge Street shortly before 9:00 am. During the stop the subject sped away, leading the officer on a short pursuit. The subject pulled into a service station in the 5600 block of Bellaire Boulevard and struck a dumpster. A struggle ensued as Corporal Norman attempted to take the suspect into custody, prompting the service station manager to come to Corporal Norman's assistance. As the three struggled the subject produced a handgun and shot Corporal Norman and the manager, fatally wounding them both. The man continued to flee on foot but was shot and wounded when he opened fire on other responding officers. He was subsequently charged with murder and capital murder. Corporal Norman had served with the Bellaire Police Department for 23 years. He is survived by his wife and children.

    • End of Watch updates

      6 years ago

      osiris32

      Far too many to report for such a short time frame.

      December 14, 2012

      Patrolman Martoiya Lang, of the Memphis, Tennessee Police Department, was shot and killed as she and another officer served a narcotics search warrant at a home on Mendenhall Court. A subject opened fire on the officers at the scene, striking Patrolman Lang and her partner. Despite their wounds, the officers were able to return fire and wounded the subject. The subject was apprehended and is facing aggravated murder charges. Patrolman Lang had served with the Memphis Police Department for 9-1/2 years. She is survived by four children.

      December 15, 2012

      Deputy Sheriff Chris Parsons, of the Washington County, Missouri Sheriff's Office, was shot and killed from ambush after responding to a 911 call on Nugget Road, in Mineral Point, at approximately 2:10 am. An ambulance had also responded to the location as a result of the 911 call regarding an unconscious woman. As the woman was loaded into the ambulance her son exited the mobile home fired a single shot with a rifle, killing Deputy Parsons. The subject fled into nearby woods. He remained at large for approximately 15 hours until he turned himself in at a checkpoint setup near Mineral Point. Deputy Parsons had served with the Washington County Sheriff's Office for only two months.

      December 16, 2012

      Corporal David Gogian and Police Officer Jeff Atherly, both of the Topeka, Kansas Police Department, were shot and killed while checking on a suspicious vehicle in a grocery store parking lot, on the 1400 block of SW Huntoon Street, shortly after 6:00 pm. Several minutes after making contact with the multiple subjects in the vehicle one them opened fire, fatally wounding Officer Atherly and Corporal Gogian. A third officer on the scene was not wounded. The subject who opened fire fled in the vehicle. He was located in a home on Third Street where he barricaded himself for several hours. He was eventually shot and killed after exiting the home while carrying a firearm. Corproal Gogian was a U.S. military veteran and had served with the Topeka Police Department for eight years. Officer Atherly had served with the Topeka Police Department for just under two years.

      December 18, 2012

      Police Officer Sean Callahan, of the Clayton County, Georgia Police Department, succumbed to gunshot wounds sustained the previous day during a foot pursuit in Stockbridge at approximately 2:15 pm. He and other officers had responded to a domestic disturbance at a motel on Davidson Parkway. As officers attempted to arrest the male subject he began to resist and fled on foot. The officers chased the man around the motel where the subject opened fire, striking Officer Callahan in the head twice. Other officers returned fire, killing the subject. Officer Callahan was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital where he succumbed to his wounds the following morning. Officer Callahan had only served with the Clayton County Police Department for four months.

      Five officers in five days. This is not how the year should end.

    • Shooting at Clackamas Town Center

      6 years ago

      osiris32

      As many of you may have seen on the news, on Tuesday there was a shooting at the Clackamas Town Center mall. That's about 4 miles from where I live. It's the mall that I grew up going to for new shoes, new school clothes, Christmas shopping, watch movies, and hang out. I know and am friends with many employees there, and who knows how many of the 10,000+ shoppers were there that day. I was going to post about this yesterday morning, but frankly, I was still trying to contact people I know, and process the event myself.

      I wasn't there, thankfully. It was a close call, I had been debating telling Carole that we should take her son down there and let him run off some energy. Good thing I took my time making that decision, there was a news update on TV about it maybe 30 seconds after I heard several local police units roar past rolling code.

      Watching a tragedy like that unfold in your own backyard is an eyeopener. This is suburban, white-bread Clackamas, Oregon. Very little happens here. It's the kind of place where I leave my car unlocked when I park in the parking lot. Then this.

      Thankfully, several things happened to keep the bloodshed minimal. The shooter's gun jammed, which bought a lot of time for mall patrons to scramble to safety. The mall instantly went into lockdown, and that got a lot of people off the main floor and into backrooms where they were safe. The response time from the county sheriff could literally be measured in SECONDS, as the first unit on scene was there less than a minute after 911 calls started to pour in. And the mall patrons kept level heads during the whole incident, not resorting to panic.

      Still, two innocent people are dead. Cindy Ann Yuille, a hospice care nurse and mother of two; and Steven Mathew Forsyth, a former employee of a local radio station, mall store business owner, and father of two. A third young girl, 15-year-old Kristina Shevchenko, remains in the hospital in serious but stable condition, with multiple gunshot wounds to the chest. She was walking home from school, a route that took her through the mall.

      The shooter has been identified as Jacob Tyler Roberts, a 22-year-old local resident. He died in a service corridor behind Macys from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. His motives remain unknown, however search warrants have been served at his house, and hopefully we'll get some answers out of that.

      We're all lucky that more blood wasn't spilled, but we mourn the loss of two good people, and hope for the best for a young girl. I'd ask that you keep them and their families in your thoughts.

      A final word: events like these are lessons to us all. Our world, while increasingly LESS violent, is still not a safe place. Paranoia will get your nowhere, but VIGILANCE will keep you safe. So keep your eyes and ears open. Learn to recognize the warning signs when something is going wrong. Keep yourself and your loved ones safe.

    • End of Watch Update

      6 years ago

      osiris32

      December 2, 2012

      Chief Petty Officer Terrell Horne, of the United States Coast Guard Vessel USCG Halibut, was killed when the rigid hull inflatable boat he was commanding was intentionally rammed by a boat being used to smuggle drugs off Santa Cruz Island, California. Shortly after midnight, a U.S. Coast Guard aerial patrol had observed a suspicious boat in the area believed to be involved in narcotics trafficking. A boarding team was deployed from the USCGC Halibut to interdict and board the vessel. The boarding team made contact with the boat, which then accelerated toward them without changing course. The smuggler's boat struck the boarding team's boat, knocking Chief Petty Officer Horne and a shipmate into the water. Both crewman were immediately recovered. Chief Petty Officer Horne was transported to a hospital in Port Hueneme, California, where he succumbed to his severe head injuries. Two illegal aliens on board the smuggler's boat were taken into custody and the boat seized. Chief Petty Officer Horne had served in the United States Coast Guard for 14 years. He is survived by his expectant wife and one child.

      November 29, 2012

      Police Officer Tom Decker, of the Cold Spring, Minnesota Police Department, was shot and killed as he and his partner performed a welfare check on a man whose family believed was suicidal. Officers had attempted to make contact with the subject at his apartment but were not successful. They returned to the scene approximately two hours later. As Officer Decker exited his patrol car in an alley behind the apartment he was ambushed and shot twice with a 20-gauge shotgun. He was fatally wounded despite wearing his vest. The subject officers had initially attempted to contact was arrested and held in connection with Officer Decker's murder, but has been released pending further investigation of the murder. Officer Decker had served with the Cold Spring Police Department for six years. He had previously served with the Isle Police Department and Kimbal Police Department for an additional four years. He is survived by his wife and four children.

    • Dentistry and Schedule III narcotics

      6 years ago

      osiris32

      So I have some teeth issues. I inherited my mom's large teeth and my dad's small jaw, so I've had teeth that run into each other for my entire life. This causes areas where I can't floss and brushing doesn't do as much as you'd think. Which, in turn, causes decay and cavities.

      Several months ago I had a filling break. I was trying to save up to get it fixed properly, but Tuesday things went down hill VERY fast. As in one moment everything is hunky-dory, then 15 minutes later I'm sitting on a bench in extreme pain. I called and made an appointment with my dentist, but couldn't see her til TODAY because I was working Bruce Springsteen last night (which was fucking awesome, BTW).

      So I went in today, and turns out I had a very nice infection going. One of those really gross things where they drill into the tooth and a blood/pus mixture comes out. Yuck. This also means I get that wonderful thing known as a root canal!!

      So for the next two weeks I get to run around with a temporary filling, a prescription for anti-bioltics, and pain meds. Which may explain why the writing in this journal entry isn't of the highest caliber.

      On the plus side, I've worked a lot of shows recently, got to do Leonard Cohen, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Eric Church, and of course, The Boss. Next week is The Killers. Yay for making money!!

    • End of Watch, November 23, 2012

      6 years ago

      osiris32

      Deputy Sheriff Scott Ward, of the Baldwin County, Alabama Sheriff's Office, was shot and killed after he and two other deputies responded to a domestic disturbance call involving an emotionally disturbed person in the 11800 block of Mallard Lane shortly after 4:00 pm. The man's mother called police after arriving at his home after she was unable to contact him by phone. Upon her arrival she was unable to calm the man down. The deputies were speaking to the subject on the home's front porch when he suddenly produced a handgun and opened fire. Deputy Ward and one other deputy were shot before the subject was killed by return fire. All three deputies were wearing their vests. Both wounded deputies were flown to the University of South Alabama Medical Center in critical condition. Deputy Ward succumbed to his wounds. Deputy Ward was a member of the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve. He had served with the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office for 15 years and had previously served with the Prichard Police Department. He is survived by his wife.

    • End of Watch Update

      6 years ago

      osiris32

      November 7, 2012

      Agent Iván Román-Matos, of the Puerto Rico Police Department, was shot and killed as he and his partner responded to a robbery at a store near the intersection of PR-2 and PR-866 in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, at approximately 8:40 pm. As the officers arrived at the scene, Agent Román-Matos pursued one subject while his partner pursued a second subject. The first subject opened fire and, despite wearing a vest, Agent Román-Matos was struck four times in the head and neck. He was transported to Doctors Center Hospital where he died a short time later. Both subjects fled the scene but were apprehended within 24 hours. Agent Román-Matos had served with the Puerto Rico Police Department for seven months and was assigned to the 171st Precinct. He is survived by his wife and son.

      November 12, 2012

      Police Officer Elgin Daniel, of the Henry County, Georgia Police Department, was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver while assisting a stranded motorist on North Henry Boulevard in Stockbridge. The motorist had run out of gas and was being assisted by Officer Daniel and a roadside assistance worker. As the roadside assistance worker put gas into the car a pickup truck entered the area and struck him and Officer Daniel before fleeing the scene. Both men were transported to a local hospital where Officer Daniel succumbed to his injuries. The roadside assistance worker was seriously injured. The driver who struck them was apprehended later that evening. He was charged with vehicular homicide, serious injury by vehicle, hit and run, and failure to maintain lane. Officer Daniel had served with the Henry County Police Department for two years after retiring as a lieutenant with 26 years of service with the DeKalb County Police Department.

      November 14, 2012

      Deputy Sheriff Anthony Rakes, of the Marion County, Kentucy Sheriff's Office, was shot and killed while making a traffic stop on U.S. 68, near Lebanon, at approximately 2:00 am. As he was approaching the car the driver opened fire with a small caliber handgun, striking Deputy Rakes. Despite being wounded, Deputy Rakes was able to return fire. The subject fled on foot but was arrested a short time later by members of the Kentucky State Police and Campbellsville Police Department. Deputy Rakes was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his wounds. Deputy Rakes had served with the Marion County Sheriff's Office for six years and had previously served with the Lebanon Police Department.

    • Drunken Journal

      6 years ago

      osiris32

      So yeah, I'm kinda hammered at the moment. The Oregon Ducks won over USC, so fuck yeah. I've been working a-fucking-LOT recently, which has made things difficult in terms of writing journals and doing shit with my girlfriend (who I'm still madly in love with, by the way).

      I'm still in kinda nasty financial straights, but once my paychecks from the last two weeks start showing up, I'll be back in the black. But without AC/DC music. Or something.

      As an aside, here's an image of a cat sneezing:

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  • About Me

  • Comments (199)

    • RVASkank

      7 years ago

      Where you go??? ;-)

    • cyanophobia

      7 years ago

      Yeah, it's halloween weekend, so me being anywhere BUT home partying it up is a total no. :)

    • dapprvilln

      7 years ago

      lol, I've been using AutoCAD for about 2 years now on and off when needed and took 2 years of 3D Animation in High School, used Bryce 3D then. I built a pool table once, that was fun :)

    • madmanmoe Keeper of Shenanigans

      7 years ago

      hey Eric,

      Thanks a lot for that comment. it really moved me. i appreciate it and i'll tell you i agree with you 100%. i'm not a very strong person when it comes to personality. i'm more the quiet type. but i hope i can help influence some of the people here to truly understanding the meaning of "with great power, comes great responsibility".

    • LostNirvana

      7 years ago

      I lift things up and put them down.

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

      7 years ago

      I'm under the impression that most of our event-venues are government funded (alongside funding from various sponsor businesses), and are built by various government-contracted agencies. No idea about the actual construction companies.

      If you're interested, here are the names of some notable stages/events centres that I know of:
      -Vector Arena (I actually know that this one was built by Mainzeal)
      -ASB Showgrounds
      -TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre
      -Eden Park

      As for stage hands, I think they are employed by the company (well, my friends who work at various stages are).

      Yeah, that's probably not a lot of help.

      Is this in relation to that stage collapse from your journal?

    • darnclem King of Dongs

      7 years ago

      yes yes, fuck that shit. :D

    • cyanophobia

      7 years ago

      Aw, that blows about your ankle. :( I hope that's not a permanent thing. DUDE, Slayer/zombie show would be amazing. I honestly didn't know zombie was even doing a tour right now. I still liked him better when he was a part of White Zombie. So sad they didn't last longer. Astro Creep is still one of my fav albums.

      Things are good on my end. Keeping busy and quiet. Just wanted to keep an eye on my minion. ;)

    • cyanophobia

      7 years ago

      How's life?? Been doing much fire fighting lately, or what? We've had a ton of fires here, so I'm assuming you're all sorts of busy with that.

    • madmanmoe Keeper of Shenanigans

      7 years ago

      many thanks indeed

    • madmanmoe Keeper of Shenanigans

      7 years ago

      Dude: Kickass history lesson. I knew about Tripolitania and some history, but u got into the nitty-gritty parts of it.

      think you can somehow scan those postcards and email them to me? Its actually amazing how Tripoli was so so SOO much beautiful back in the days compared to what it is now. We just love old pics of the country.

      I'd give u several dozen +1 cools but i can only do one, so thanks a million from the heart!

    • James Volume III

      8 years ago

      Hey dude, so I've talked to you a bit about RvBOR, but I don't think I've seen your name on the confirmed attendees. Are you still planning to attend?

    • dapprvilln

      8 years ago

      Thanks for the link man, appreciate it. Guess they put out a new PDF page daily?

    • LostNirvana

      8 years ago

      Man, shit sucks. Girl I dug became a lesbian and I tried three times to quit smoking but it's hard to kick. Two unrelated things but they both suck. On the bright side Since Friday I've done nothing but kick it drinking beers on my best friends porch. About to light another cigarette before this beers through, hopefully I get ten bucks soon for another pack. Only three left.

    • dapprvilln

      8 years ago

      I'm not 100% on the exact BP, hell, mine probably jumped up there today as well dealing with Vonage...my family, on her/my dad's side has a habit of White Coat Syndrome. My dad's was high when he had a sebaceous cyst removed week before last. His always jumps up at the doctor's office, as does hers. She and we all know why it was so high at that moment. It was high, just not that excessive.

    • osiris32

      8 years ago

      It was a misspelling when talking about Joel Heyman, and I instantly thought of you. Things are good, have a new gf, she's freaking amazing. Oh, shit, I didn't get your permission!! A thousand apologies, Mistress!!

    • cyanophobia

      8 years ago

      I LOVE IT! How did the term arise? Also, how have you been? Long time no chat.

    • LostNirvana

      8 years ago

      That's why I'm freaking out over what to do, I'm afraid of scaring her away be being too overbearing but I don't want to look like I don't care. It's not like I have money to take her out. We're both poor druggies trying to get clean with each other.

    • LostNirvana

      8 years ago

      Something specific would be awesome, she's a lot smarter than me (IQ=136, me. She's that smart) and listens to way more indie bands then me. I was thinking the CD would be a good way to show her what I think of her, leave a little love letter on a flashcard in there and have a bow on the jewel case. If you have an idea better than a letter and a CD I could honestly use your help. You're older and wiser and shit.

    • LostNirvana

      8 years ago

      I put the mixtape I want to make the girl in my journal, think that'll woo her? I'm thinking I'll have Kiss Me at the end.

    • LostNirvana

      8 years ago

      I'm 100% certain, when I first met her I could barely speak and whenever we talk on the phone I smoke through half a pack b/c I'm so nervous around her. I've been with girls before, I thought I loved girls before but this one is special.

      It's like every time she says I'm her friend I get bad butterflies in my stomach and every time she hugs me or kisses me on the forehead my heart beats like a drum.

    • LostNirvana

      8 years ago

      I said in love, not crazy. Two different things.

    • LostNirvana

      8 years ago

      Son, I'm in love with a girl but we're just friends. What do I do? Like, head-over-heels love at first sight love.

    • James Volume III

      8 years ago

      Hey,

      So I noticed in a group forum topic from about a year ago, you had an interest in a possible RvBOR. Well, it's been over a year, and we're reviving the idea. You can check out our official planning topic here!

    • TheCC

      8 years ago

      Ha I too distracted by his hat to remember the dead guy

    • TheCC

      8 years ago

      oh lame, I did. I'm a terrible fan.

    • TheCC

      8 years ago

      Just thought it was neat.

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

      8 years ago

      Hey man it only took two months but you got picked as the winner for the "caption this" thread.

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      Um, basically the lead character is promoted to Investigate the same case the former Investigator was working on, but the original P.I. died while doing so. They want to get into his office (but he was found dead in his home) to see if they could find any leads/more help on what he fould before he was killed.

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      Hey - just wondering. If a person dies in their home but the police need something from his office, do they need a warrant to get in? Or is it just, free game kinda?

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      OHHH!!! I understand what you mean now because you had down "but" instead of "put." Sorry for the repeated question, I got confused.

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      What would they do then if they walked in on the scene?

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      If a person - even if they didn't commit the crime - was found at the scene of said crime (murder) and only two people who were not cops and/or legal persons knew they were there, would he be "arrested" or cuffed?

    • BigJohnnyC213

      8 years ago

      Hey man how are you doing? Hows the job?

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      By the way - I wanted to let you know that you are featured in my acknowledgements at the beginning of the book.

    • SloeBombFizz

      8 years ago

      So, go say 'hello' to her already.

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      Yeah, I was kinda like, "What?" until I saw it was posted by a new friend of mine on the site.

    • RVASkank

      8 years ago

      HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! smiley9.gif

    • LostNirvana

      8 years ago

      I'm suddenly being neg sniped by people, you arn't one of them are you?

    • Robotrek

      8 years ago

      Hey, did you hear already about tonights Monday night lunar eclipse, it is supposed to be a full eclipse of the moon, I am not totally sure when it is supposed to be visible for all of us here in the central time zone, but I think it is supposed to begin around 11pm "approx" first the moon will turn sort of orange and then go black, and it will be a long time before it comes back out again, it will look awsome.
      info about the eclipse can be read here...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/December_2010_lunar_eclipse

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      Like what you see in the group?

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      Thank you, I didn't even catch that. Does it sound a tad bit more believable? I know in our world it wouldn't work but in his it might. Also, I forgot to put in the "other jealous criminals" because I just thought about it but that won't be much editing.

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      Just sent the rewrite to your email. Hope you enjoy!

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      Ever been involved in a bank robbery?

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      Never heard of that but it sounds interesting. What's it about?

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      Are you a writer yourself osiris? Or just a reader? Whichever is fine. I formed a group recently for writers and/or afficianados and it's a bunch of brainstorming-writer's block fixer uppers. Just wanted to know if you'd like to be apart of it.

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      You'll have it by tomorrow morning.

    • slackdog

      8 years ago

      You won the caption thingy, your turn to post a pic.

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      Hey, if it takes me a bit longer to send you the email with the story in it, I apologize. Homework is kinda kicking my ass right now.

    • Valarious

      8 years ago

      Okidokie - I'll have it to you by tomorrow. Could you send me your email through a message? That would be the easiest way for me to send it rather than in multiple comments or messages.

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