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Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

Since last post: 98 days
Last activity: 75 days
Posted on 09-16-12 05:48 PM, in INTERVIEW: Katana Link
Holy shit. THAT caught me off guard...haha.

That was the summer sue turned 16 back when she wore WAY too much makeup. I think I was talking to Cody/Kaijin at that particular moment. I remember asking him how the hell to take a screenshot from MSN messenger, since I didn't have a camera...

Some of my nieces and nephews weren't even born yet, and it's funny, because now I can't remember how I survived without them, and the others were still just babies! My oldest is 19 now, older than I was in that pic...then she was only 11.

I was dealing with a lot then. Not too much different than now except that things are a little better, but most importantly, I've learned and can handle things much better. There's people in my life that were around that are no longer here. My best friend Sean died in a nasty car accident almost two years ago...its eerie seeing my messy ass room in the background, and that TV that Sean and I had been playing video games on since before we started school.

She'd probably be on the fence about me right now...I cared WAY too much what people thought of me, and thought I was good at pretending that I didn't. Shit, my old posts here were MUCH more happy-go-lucky/teehee-ish than they are now, and while I have a wide range of emotions like most human beings, cynicism has always been the closest to my heart. But, now, I feel like I'm in an awesome place with that sort of thing. I 'don't care' what people think of me, but yet I know how to make sure I don't take that too far. I know how to wow people when I need to (like at work) and not let the small things get to me. I'm not heartbroken if someone doesn't like me. I try to make sure that I'm not a terrible person, so beyond that, you can't like everybody, and I'm no exception. So I just let it roll off my back per se. And if I do fuck up, I try to fix it. You don't have to like me, but if I can be honest and open and say I'm sorry and move on, then it's a good day. She'd like that.

Although she'd kick my ass and call me a pussy for some of the other changes, like the ability to apologize and mean it. She'd be heartbroken if she found out that the ability to put time and attention toward college turned out the way it did (in fact I was/am), but at the time, would probably be bitter and blame herself, when really, she wouldn't have been able to live with herself if she didn't make the decision to take time off to take care of her family, or to be tactical because the money simply isn't there (I go to school for free, but that's because of my grades. If they drop, so does my scholarships, and getting the grades I get makes it difficult to balance work, especially when I have to work 60 plus hours a week because you're the only income in the family.)

She thought she'd be out of here by now and she thought she could never love anything but being a film major. She didn't know then that the things she'll do later on make her feel much more accomplished.

Oh, and she was a little shithead and a total pain in the ass, so she would've knocked some of my teeth out for saying that to her. Haha.

What I think though...is that I wish I could go back. I'd do it all over again, knowing everything I do now, and not being able to change anything, if it gave me the chance to "put up" with Sean again, and possibly, if I could ONLY change one thing, as much as I love my other friends that have died (Most of them being people whom I have known since we were in diapers), he's the one I struggle with the most. I miss them all, but if I could change only ONE thing with no consequences, it'd be that...and that's what that picture makes me think of the most. How complicated but simple things were.
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-16-12 05:56 PM, in Busy? Link
I saw you!!!! <3 <3 <3 Laugh on...laugh on.
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-16-12 05:57 PM, in Gordon Ramsey's Kitchen/Hotel Take Over Link
The Philly girl won...woot! Haha.

But Justin was really cute...
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

Since last post: 98 days
Last activity: 75 days
Posted on 09-17-12 06:06 PM, in INTERVIEW: Katana Link
Crazy. Especially since it's odd. I'm kind of like an only child at the same time. Both literally and figuratively. I am literally the ONLY child my mother and father had together. Haha. The younger siblings are my dad's kids. My two youngest are 10 and 11, at least they will be within the next two months. My dad fucked that one up though, and their evil mother took them from us, and I haven't seen or heard anything since they were 2 and 3. The other two...Well, I only saw them when their mother wasn't being a bitch and keeping them from my dad. I didn't grow up with them. They were simply playmates whenever I could see them.

My older sisters? They're my step-sisters. But I've had them my whole life. My mom and step-dad had been friends since before I was born, and my oldest sister, who was 16 when I was born would constantly call my mom, asking if she could "have the baby" for the weekend...which was me. So, my older sisters took care of me and have always, despite their bullshit, loved me as though I were their own child. Although Tisha is only 10 years older than me (the youngest of my three older) but the only "growing up together" I had were my three of my friends, some cousins, and my oldest nieces. They're 18-19 now, and I'm 24, so...they were annoying, but they were more or less like little sisters than the rest of 'em. Same with a lot of my older nieces and nephews, the dynamic was more or less their neurotic older sister. Mostly because we were kids and knew how to have fun together, but I was also held responsible for them. Like, when 9/11 happened. It was the ONLY year my two younger sisters and I were in the same school (And that only lasted until December) so, when everyone was getting let out early, me, being in 8th grade, at the time, was solely responsible for getting my two sisters (6th and 4th grades) and my nieces and nephew (3rd, 2nd, 1st, and kindergarten) home and because everyone else had to work, I was the "adult" in the house most of the time, once I hit high school. So, it was pretty intense at times, but I love them more than anything, and the feeling is mutual.

Having a great-niece is surreal. She's two now. Walking, talking, playing...it's so odd. I was only 5 when her mother was born, but still...it's like "I remember your mom when she was your age. And I wasn't an adult...what the fuck?" but she's beautiful and my niece is one of those rare cases where having a baby was better. She was going down a dangerous path. And not because she dabbled in bad things, that's normal here...I'm talking, bad for even my area.

But that's what it's like...these are the things I think about. Like, tonight, I'll watch Monday Night Raw with my nephew, and my oldest nephew likes to watch it with us too sometimes. We both know it's corny, but we'll admit it's our guilty pleasure. Haha. My Vincent...he was the first one that was less of a brother and more of "my baby" I was 10 when he was born....he's going into high school next year....but he's the first one that's REALLY making me feel like "Oh my gosh...my BABY!!! No!!!"

But, there's ALWAYS something going on. And, everyone here in the area has known each other for YEARS, so it's not just the "immediate" family. My older sister's friends practically lived here. My brother-in-law and his friends are all still friendly, and all still very much like fathers to me. They're only about 10 years older, but my brother and I just clicked. He said it was weird. He loves us all, but when he held me for the first time, we just clicked. I wasn't a cranky baby, that didn't happen until I started talking, ha, but if I was crying (had bad ear infections) he was the only one who could get me to sleep right away. He said he'd just put me over his heart, and I'd stop crying, and just start breathing normally and go to sleep. So, we've been best friends ever since, I guess, but he's very over protective and always acted more like a father than big brother, and his friends and I always get along too. My friends came in and out all the time too, but that was before they died. I don't mean to get depressing, but it's the truth. Sean especially, was allowed to come and go, we'd come in to him making dinner or whatnot, sleeping on the couch, you name it.

But to end the rambling...if you can just imagine a lot of people to keep up with and a house that rivals Grand Central Station, then that's what it's like. Lots of fighting...LOTS....but lots of cool shit too. I can take one hell of a beating because of them....oh, the things we broke with my head...
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-18-12 06:39 PM, in INTERVIEW: Katana Link
It was...only two of them are still alive, which actually, there was only 5 of us that went back THAT far anyway, so I guess that's not as bad as it sounds? Ha.

But think of it this way...it's like reading "The Outsiders" only without the accidental killing of some other kid, the running away, and of course the obvious difference in the era. When we read that book for the first time, it was the eeriest thing, connecting with it, I mean.

But you're talking about a bunch of poor kids in a nasty ass neighborhood, with parents who either weren't around, or too young to be more than friends. We had other chick friends, but I was the only one out of the five of us, so of course we had our "I think I like you" moments, but they were never anything major or long enough to ruin the friendship. Was different with Sean though, but I probably would have married him eventually, to be perfectly honest. We were even talking about it.

I've written little stories about it actually. A lot. Just never did anything with 'em. Some things were of course exaggerated for the sake of entertainment, but I'm actually surprised with how much of it didn't have to be exaggerated. **shrugs**
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-19-12 10:53 PM, in Romney's 47% Comments Link
Yeah....about that.....

**punches the nearest baby in the face so they have a reason to be dumb enough to vote for these people.**
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-19-12 11:14 PM, in INTERVIEW: Katana Link
No. Not painful at all. It helps to talk about it. I went through my "pretending it didn't happen stage." and then I tried not thinking about the good times even....but that was right after it happened. Now, it's easier TO think about them.

But there are LOTS of abandoned buildings and lots from all of the old factories from WWII and old schools, hospitals, etc. When we were kids, we used to sneak out. (Once I was in high school, I was too afraid to go to a place called ByBerry with all of my other friends, go figure.) but there were places around here....there was the time Tai fell through an entire floor...we were about 12...laughed out asses off, taking bets on how long it would take him to climb out. As an adult, I'm like "Where were our mothers?!" Seriously. Talking about it now...we never intended to hurt anyone and never set out to hurt ourselves. We just made it a rule not to be a pussy about it when we did get hurt.

We used to do other cool shit too. Like, we had a nasty ass blizzard back in 96. We were only in first grade at the time, but I had this bigass yard (for a city home. We took the fence down, actually, because my neighbors were family, so really it was two yards anyway.) and I just remember what we turned the yard into...my brother-in-law and his friends did most of the work, of course, but I remember them letting us play in the finished product. There were tunnels everywhere, an igloo...and we had LOTS of nerf shit. War was fun.

We taught each other how to deal with shit. When Tai's mom died when we were kids, I remember that....then there was my step-dad, and then Sean's uncle, who raised him. That shit was tough, but I just remember really needing them and not having to figure out how to handle that shit without 'em.

Timmy's off in the Marines still. He's on a boat somewhere. But Tai and I still see each other a lot. Zack was actually a little younger than us, by a year, which was a lot at the time when there were 4 of us only days to a month apart. (Taylor and Tim were born in January and February, and I was born in May, and Sean only 5 days after me.) so I remember we picked on him a lot, but he was special to me. Him, I came home from work one day, I was over another friend's house, but her mom knew Zack's mom, this was about...Christ, I was 20, so he was 19, and her mom told me that they were pulling his car out of the river earlier that evening. He was drunk AND drag racing, like an asshole, and crashed right into the river nearby.

Sean...October, almost two years ago, was similar. He was drunk driving, smashed into a tree...funeral was closed casket. THAT'S a little painful to talk about, so I'll skip that part, but it's just weird. Really, really weird. His mom wanted to give me the money he had for an engagement ring, but she didn't have life insurance for him, so we put it toward that instead.

All I can say is, I'm a little more jaded toward the idea of driving while drunk than I was before....and I was never okay with it to begin with.

But there were a ton of other awesome times. Lots of fights, with each other and everyone else. TONS of fist fights. We played hockey together. They got to keep playing after I had to stop. Zack actually was getting a scholarship!
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

Since last post: 98 days
Last activity: 75 days
Posted on 09-20-12 07:12 PM, in INTERVIEW: Katana Link
Awwww man. It was just one of those things that just happened. My family are hockey fans, so it would have caught on eventually, but there was just something special about it. I started playing when I was 5 because they boys were playing too. And we ALL started playing because there was a playground program that made it free for all of us. Then as we got older, we would keep our grades high enough so that we could get grants toward our equipment.

But that's what did it. I "liked" hockey since I was like...born... but only because my family did. But for some reason, from the moment I was being taught how to skate (which never really clicked too well with me, so that's how I became goalie. I was 5, and they didn't want to tell any of us to go home...they also needed the head count back then, haha) but it was just this connection. We were little, but it was several days a week I got away we got away from the shit at home. When I was THAT little, up until I was about 12, I used to think it would make my dad proud, since HE played, for the same playground, and was goalie too, but that ended up not happening...so, I turned 12, saw that I matched HIS record, and decided to obliterate it and then put the new listing on his fridge next to my sisters' paintings and shit from school.

But it just helped. It helped me concentrate. I think that's why I can do so well in scholastic situations...but it was a pleasant distraction. I could forget about the shit that made me angry or sad, and it was just fun. I made really good friends.

Those are the reasons why hockey is so special to me, actually. I don't even care too much for the standings, to tell you the truth. I just like the sport. It's something I identify with as a very positive influence on my life, despite the broken bones and messed up teeth. If me or any of the boys were ever really upset/distracted, we'd just go outside, pick up the sticks and a puck or ball, and just play. We didn't always need skates. Sometimes just running around like assholes on the side streets was enough. Following the NHL is just a bonus to the passion. Fuck the NHL right now, by the way...
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-20-12 07:17 PM, in Talk like a pirate day Link
Haha! The Captain's Wife's Lament. Great shit.

My boss, of all people, reminded me about it. By annoying the shit outta me with it, because apparently he doesn't work anymore.
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

Since last post: 98 days
Last activity: 75 days
Posted on 09-20-12 07:38 PM, in Romney's 47% Comments Link
Okay. I haven't read any of the articles posted here yet, or the video, but I want to clarify something really quick.

I get what True is saying. We get a lot of that here too, actually...people used to get SOOOOO mad that they couldn't buy an XBox 360 with their food stamps. And it happened a lot. And it pisses me off, because they're making it look bad for the people like me. I was a sick kid. I was born with a pancreas that doesn't work right, a genetic disorder that plagued me even as a minor, with cysts that burst all the time and caused me great pain and a few cancer scares....I could go on, but point is, if it weren't for CHIP and welfare when I was REALLY little (before CHIP), I wouldn't have had health coverage.

But what pisses me off is that number. 47%. I am by NO means denying that the things True is saying aren't true. Because they are. I'm willing to bet it's a fairly high percentage that here in my local area people are like that...what I'm not ready to accept, is why this asshole is saying that half of this country is like that, because that is complete and utter bull. I can't accept that number without question, and what angers me is that there are many people out there who DO accept that without question.

Luckily, I'm not on any of those programs. I am embarrassed that I needed them. But you know what? There are these assholes that keep getting elected that make it sound like everyone on these programs are on them willy nilly. Fuck that. I had a HEART ATTACK in April. About a month before I turned 24. I have heart disease...but it was right before my insurance through my job kicked in, so I had none. I went to the ER, told them I didn't have insurance. (by the time I got to the hospital, the heart attack was over. It was minor. Very minor, but tests showed that it did happen...anywho...) I was told that I make too much money to get any sort of assistance. I wasn't even applying for all assistance. My insurance kicked in in June...well, it wasn't going to, but my boss is a good man and they made some exceptions. But I only needed help with the ER care and ONE Cardiologist visit (I see one once a month.) and I didn't get shit. My boss/the firm actually stepped in to get the cost down, and then out of pocket, paid for it for me...because I'm fortunate to know good people. (And yes, I'm willing to agree that my situation IS part fortunate, and not what everyone should just expect. I sure as hell didn't.)

To try and sum this up, I'll just say this. I'm willing to bet with what little money I have that if given the time and resources, I could prove that there are more people closer to my situation there than there are people who are just leeching and being useless to society.

The statement in itself wasn't a lie. There are going to be people out there who are angered because it came from Romney and not someone else. I'll concede that. But 47%? Thex said it best about understanding the entire country...if you can't run to be President of the UNITED STATES, then don't run. I'm not saying it's an easy job. Agree or disagree, whoever is in that oval office has a tough job. One of the toughest in the world. And I'll always respect that aspect...but...no one is forced to run. I don't feel bad if someone can't hack it. I simply revere them if they can do it well.
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

Since last post: 98 days
Last activity: 75 days
Posted on 09-21-12 08:42 PM, in INTERVIEW: Katana Link
(Sorry. Lost internets yesterday)

Lots of reasons. There are the not so glamorous reason like, it's habit. :p

But I still have a connection. I consider Xeo a pretty good friend as far as the internet allows. I made a lot of really good friends. Leon and I talk a lot and we plan on visiting each other (I may have to go to Texas this Fall for something else anyway.) Then there's you, Elara, True, Thex...everyone who posts here still are people who I like talking to. I can't post as often as I'd like, but I lurk and read a lot.

The ones still around just grew together. I could understand feeling like I was outgrowing the board if the conversation was constantly like it was when we were all teenagers. I mean, we still get goofy. Growing up doesn't mean you have to forsake the idea of fun and guilty pleasures aren't war crimes (I'm still very into DBZ) but we're not stupid and angsty. It would be dumb being 24 years old and still acting like I did when I was 15 on here....anywho...I feel like I'm in similar company here, so I have no reason NOT to come back and chime in, or read something interesting. I just don't rush home from school to my computer anymore. **shrugs**
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-22-12 12:02 PM, in INTERVIEW: Katana Link
Nah. Le Fin.

Thanks! It was fun.

And awesome about the posts! I'm hoping you used a calculator for that one. Haha. I would have been too lazy.
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-23-12 10:38 AM, in The Dear Vulkar letters Link
Oh my goodness...it's really been about two years already! I'm soooooo incredibly happy for him though. Go Vulkar!!!
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-23-12 11:36 AM, in Lynching Chairs (Obama Effigies) Link
I had a really long rant going here, but I decided against it. I'll just say this, it's a shame. It's things like this that ruins it for so many people. This doesn't help the idea that the South is run by nothing but backward truck lost in their high grass lawns racist Bible Thumpers. That's just not true, but negative press gets the most attention, and things like this do not help. So, I feel sorry for the people who are NOT like this guy, but will somehow get bunched together as being like the guy in the article. It's kind of a moot point here, being as I'm proud to say that we're pretty intelligent posters/people, but you know this isn't the case elsewhere.

It's fucked up, the actual topic of the article. One thing about the legality I could think of is, I would tread softly in this one. It COULD be a lose/lose. For instance, should something like this get to court...the guy who did this, he didn't slap President Obama's name on the chair, nor did he say it WAS for President Obama. No matter HOW obvious it may seem, the first amendment would be a tricky thing here. It could be a lose/lose because A) the obvious point of contention is the case is lost on grounds of first amendment protection, or B) the case is won and now headlines are taking up space in the papers saying things like "Big Brother Shoots First Amendment Dead with Your Stolen Guns" (This is why we have our journalists like Rogue, coming up with better titles is the least they do for society. Haha) but I hope you guys get the point. So, for people like the President, I could understand why they would tread softly in handling something like this.
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-23-12 11:57 AM, in One By One Link
I've been growing more and more intrigued by politics over the past few years actually...which is odd, because until I was about 21 or so, I wouldn't be caught dead caring. But now it's like...wait a minute....politics is the act of people getting together to talk about certain issues...and the issues themselves are things I care about, so...

But lack of good lively debate has been an issue for me as well, True. That's why I like running my mouth here. There's a response. Hang out in my house, and all you hear is "The Republicans are gonna take a bath this time!" I don't even know wtf that MEANS, but I think it's pretty close to saying "They're gonna lose." which, okay...I've been struggling with my own political identity for a while, because no one in my household supports WHY they claim that "the people are going to wise up and the Republicans are going to go bye-bye." Then I go to my boyfriend's house, and his mother is pretty much the embodiment of the entire RNC and Tea Party influence. I love the woman to death, she's a good person. She'll bitch about entitlements, and then give you the shirt off her back if she sees you shiver, whether she knows you or not (Kinda like, doesn't practice what she preaches, but usually that means the practicing involves negative acts. She speaks of things I take as negative, but then acts completely different, so it's kinda odd.) But like Elara said about the RNC being anti-Obama, and no "Romney" chants...that's what I get when I deal with the other end of the spectrum. They can't tell me WHY they vote republican without pretty much saying "We don't vote democrat." and then trashing the other side.

I always walk away unsatisfied because I went INTO the conversation knowing they didn't like the other side, and never walk away with a clear understanding to why they like the side they're on. It's making me bitter too. And driving me up a wall...but...I can't help it...these are things that I care about...And I've come to realize that I don't actually hate politics...it's the politicians that are the problem for the most part. On all sides. Not all are bad, but still...you can offer me valid points supporting Dems or Reps, but odds are, I'm still going to be disappointed by the people representing you and me. That's kinda the reason for the first question I posed here. I'm not looking to understand one side and attack the other...I'm looking at the asinine things these people are doing, and why they're getting away with it. I mean, I KNOW why, but they shouldn't be. People should be aware and give a damn and stop voting for them and get REAL champions on there (pipe dream, I know.)
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-23-12 12:23 PM, in anger driven sadness Link
I'm so sorry hun. Really. I'm really glad you're admitting that you're angry and sad about this though. And I'm glad that Eric has been patient with you. You definitely deserve it. My thoughts are definitely with his family as well.
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-23-12 12:29 PM, in RE6...Anthology? Link
Fuck yes!

Did any of you guys see this? I'm uber exited, but mostly because I can be. I technically never owned the RE games, so buying the Anthology for my PS3 will definitely be worth it. See, growing up, my friend Kim and I always just shared our games, rather than playing a game over the other's house, and asking for the same game for Christmas or something, we just shared. It was how we were able to play so many games. :p So yeah...since her dad liked the RE games too, they were always under her tree, so...yeah...

Beyond excited. I'm just sad that 360 gets Code Veronica...was a pretty damned good game. I like them all actually, except for Outbreak 1 and 2, and the dino one. Any others I haven't played, so I can't say for myself. Even 5 was okay. Was my least favorite of the ones that I like, but still...I'm still entertained by this series at least.

http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2012/06/08/resident-evil-6-anthology-editions-to-include-past-re-titles.aspx
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-23-12 01:36 PM, in Lynching Chairs (Obama Effigies) Link
CYRO!!!!!!!

Got excited.

Commence!


(Last edited by Katana on 09-23-12 01:38 PM)
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

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Posted on 09-23-12 03:19 PM, in RE6...Anthology? Link
6 looks better than 5, imo. But it's weird. Some things I can wait until I can get cheaper or when my friends and I share games and shit, but few things I'm a collectionist about. FF series being one of them. RE, I always WANTED to, just wasn't able to buy 'em.
Katana

Dark Wizard
\"She said tonight...come on come on collide...see what I fire feels like..I bet its just like heaven.\"








Since: 08-15-04
From: Philadelphia, P.A.

Since last post: 98 days
Last activity: 75 days
Posted on 09-30-12 02:42 PM, in Things you're getting tired of seeing on your facebook Link
Dude...my mom had my picture as her profile pic. It was disgusting. Some sort of "daughter's" week her and her old head Motley Crue groupie van inhabiting 80's friends were spewing around. And her privacy settings were extra shit then. People would talk to her, she'd be like "Oh, that's not me, that's my daughter." and THEN they started trying to talk to me. REALLY fucking weird. Now she's sporting a stupid pic from when I was like 3. It just makes ya uneasy, ya know?

Otherwise, I can't really say what I'm sick of, nor am I really 100% on what I'm guilty/not guilty of. If I post shit, like pictures and whatnot, they're usually things that I find to be utterly hilarious. But most of the time, I'm content with "liking" the pic and moving on. I never had a hard time ignoring shit on fb that annoyed me, and it didn't mean I felt ill toward that person, so I always figured if I annoy people, I won't get my feelings hurt should they chose to ignore it. So it never really mattered.

Although, my "How I Feel Today" was a hit for the two weeks I did it...haha. But seriously. I think I spend more time on Facebook talking to people when I'm involved in group work and it's just easier to talk online than it is to get everyone together every time we need to coordinate. Oh...and making fun of people. I like doing that too.
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