5/30/2011 7:13:43 PM
I normally use Chrome. Sometimes it stops trying to load things after a while, though, so I have to use IE to look at images and such every now and then. I use FF mostly as a backup and for some dev features.Posted in: Polls, Surveys, and Opinion
5/30/2011 6:49:57 PM
I would want stove-top stuffing, cranberry sauce, chicken balls, a Subway Sub, and root beer to wash it down. Maybe a cookie or two should be tossed in, too.Posted in: General Chat
I can imagine no better meal.
And now I'm hungry.
10/8/2010 2:18:21 AM
I prefer tea. Coffee is just too watery. It doesn't go well with the strong taste. Adding milk to thicken it up helps a little but, to me, the point of coffee is the bitterness, not some strange creamy/bitter mix (It does horrible things to the stomach, too.). So, I pretty much just gulp it down for the caffeine when I haven't slept well and need to go to school.Posted in: Polls, Surveys, and Opinion
Some simple green tea with honey and maybe some cinnamon is much more enjoyable. Spruce tea is interesting.
8/6/2010 12:37:20 PM
Oh, yeah. It's common for me to get really involved with the game. Often in Halo, for example, if I'm talking while running up to melee someone, I'll instinctively clench my teeth, raise my voice, and lean forward.Posted in: Polls, Surveys, and Opinion
There are some specific memories where I went a little too far.
First, when I was playing Halo: CE (eh, Custom Edition). I was owning the other team so badly they were accusing me of cheating. I was casually bringing the flag back to my base, but had to stop because I was shaking, sweating, had my heart pounding, etc. I dunno' why. It wasn't a very tough match.
Secondly, I freaked out when I caught Rayquaza. Twice. You see, it took me a year to catch 'im the first time, but I forgot to save. Then it took me another year.
Lastly, I really freaked out when I defeated Exdeath in FFV. That final fight took me four years to finish. Four years.
7/13/2010 3:08:32 PM
Hello, there! I remember you. I don't think DM ever returned, but there was a member topic about 'im somewhere. I can't recall what happened.Posted in: General Chat
That's about all I've got to say. I'm sorely lacking on the details of... everything that's happened in the last couple years.
Anyway, welcome back. If ya' plan on stickin' around, that is.
7/5/2010 3:48:49 AM
Cold. No time for thought required. Cold. I hate the heat. I really hate the heat. There are few things in the world more unwelcome to me than the heat. I can't stand it. I absolutely can't stand it. Cold. No question. Cold.Posted in: Polls, Surveys, and Opinion
6/27/2010 8:25:06 PM
Posted in: General Chat
Was it helpful?
Looks like you're still trying to get an image in your signature...
YA BUT IT WOMN'T WORK! UH HOW DO I HOTLINK THE IMGS???????Â¿Â¿Â¿Â¿???Â¿Â¿?
GRRRR!!! THAT IMG IS NOT HELPIN!*VERY MAD*
O AND I KNOW WAT THAT THING SAYS!
This isn't the worst, just one of my earliest posts. It's obviously started to decompose. This comes from a topic by Mistress Beverly, who was just returning to the forums.
The noobdom was overwhelming. Image stealing, irrelevant triple-posts, flaming, multiple accounts talking to each other, etc. Well deserved the complaint topic, I did. *sigh*
6/27/2010 7:53:35 PM
Posted in: General ChatNormally this time of year, it's supposed to be at 100 degrees Farenheit. However, right now, it's.....only 75 degrees. WTF, what happened to all the Global Warming crap? I'm in California, this is like Alaska weather.
Hahaha! Quite the opposite, here. This year has been record setting for my area. We skipped right past spring. It's about 24°C here at the moment. That's a blessed break from what we've been having recently. Oh, miserable season!
Usually we don't go past 30°, so seeing all these temperatures from all of you in the south is making me feel very happy to be in Canada.
2010 has been a strange one weather-wise. Quebec was literally on fire. Meanwhile, two provinces over, people were shoveling their driveways.
6/23/2010 9:46:19 PM
1. (Lee-owed-manks-two) It involved some complex twisting of my name. Its original use was for my MSN page so many years ago. I then reused it over and over again until it became my internet name. I would like to cut it down to Leo. Leo was actually said by someone on this forum, and that onc post started the shortening of Leodmanx2 into Leo, which is now a full-blown pseudonym.Posted in: Polls, Surveys, and Opinion
2. I make them for all my forum accounts. There's 4 forums I'm currently active in, and this set is used on all of them. Actually, I have an ava that should go with the sig. These particular images are just filler until I finish teaching myself how to draw so I can make a set I've had in my mind for a while now.
3. My tongue gets a little looser on the internet, but, yes, I'm similar here to RL me. RL isn't a very good reflection of the inner me, though.
4. I was originally googling a place where you could make your own real Pokémon cards. I found the Pokemon.Marriland.com card creator. I browsed the website for a while before finally deciding to click on that pesky "Forums" button so I could find out what a forum was. I liked it. I stayed.
5. Do my homework, I suppose. Leaving has never been much of a problem for me. I've taken many breaks from the site before, with my last being a couple years or so long.
6. Not anymore, no. I don't really want to go into detail.
7. I generally just lurk.
8. General Chat and Polls at the moment. Boards? Malazan Empire and Marriland at the moment.
9. Yes. CVS and computer posture are major problems for me.
10. I like answering surveys, and I expect good stuff from Poetic Prince.
6/19/2010 1:42:40 AM
I've had many animals around my house. Alas, all are now gone save for the horses and fish that I've never had much of a connection with. A few I considered good friends of mine, such as Ezra (cat). Two, specifically, I see as having been my brothers. I was raised alongside them, and we continued to bring each other joy. I remember watching Bear (dog) jumping around playing with an old ball of his that had been buried in a pit for quite some time. I'd never seen him so happy. There was also Skipper (bird). My mom always told me that she knew when I was coming home from school because he would go crazy every time he knew I was down the street. You could hear him from outside the house. I'm also the only one he would ever let touch or get near him in the last couple years of his life. Their deaths devastated me, and I almost couldn't bear to watch their last few weeks. Skip's breathing became laboured, and he could no longer stay on his perch or groom himself. Bear's back feet became useless, and he could barely drag himself around. I never saw either of them after their time passed. They were both buried before I knew.Posted in: Polls, Surveys, and Opinion
Hm. Just choked a little.
Anyways, I've found another of Bear's balls that we used to play catch with. I've resolved to take this with me, along with a chip of Skipper's gravestone (for the lack of something more personal). I don't need anything to remember them, but the objects are comforting to have with me. As you might be able to conclude from the choking statement, I've never had such a strong connection with anyone else - not even the rest of my family. They are a large part of me, and continue to be the force that pushes me through many of the things I do today.
Well, then. That was the most emotional thing I've written in a while.
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