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So I guess it's time I update this because it's not quite as elaborate as all the other cool kid's...

But I don't have shit to say so... SPARKLES
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Drunk with Numbers aka Dead247 and I are currently at the amazingly lovely pad of Chad. Determined to go out for a smoke without waking our ever so AMAZING host of ours, we were perplexed at the issue of keeping the door open so we wouldn't have to buzz up for permission to enter (It's a building like in Seinfeld where you have to buzz up for the door to open)

"DUDE... THE COMPANION CUBE" Dead said enthusiastically, as he pointed at my newly woodled companion cube (unfinished, which is why I have yet to make a real post about it). I grabbed it with more excitement than an abandoned kitten who just found some fresh fish bones and headed for the door. We used our ever so lovely companion to hold the door open as we escaped for a break outside.

Just another reason to love your weighted companion cube.

Also... if you pry the elevator doors of this apartment complex open early it's possible to climb out in between floors. So be aware.

Now before you go off calculating how long it took me know that I didn't have the ability to do this in one sitting. When work related needs come up I put my fanboyism aside and do what I need to do.

That said this game was epic. Having read all three books, followed ilovebees, and looked into every clue there was about the storyline, I can truly say this was the perfect conclusion to the story. I constantly found myself with a grin on my face playing through campaign, and even grasping my couch as hard as I could (yes, I said couch... not crotch). Through epically large battlefields and puzzling passageways, I enjoyed being able to finally do what I feel has been missing throughout the series.

I'm having a tough time writing anything up without giving away storyline, but just know that it's not a game to be looked up, and had I the opportunity to give an official dtoid review I would have most certainly given it a 10. This game wasn't lacking in any area, and throughly put up to my expectations. It was one of those games I played though and went "God damn... I've always wanted to do this" or even call my friends to come over and watch a replay because the graphics were so breathtaking

I can tell this review isn't making much since so I'll stop, I just wanted to get my impressions up before venturing off into educational land

Any questions about the game feel free to ask, I'll come by and answer them the best I can

Well Husky did it again

And once again, with a poorly written cblog post i'll brag to you all about my ownage of Halo 3, and my excitement, I'll let you know how it all happened

actually screw that I wanna go play

I'll let you know when I'm done


It's come to my attention that I should blog about my experience on the Muni (Public transportation around SF) a few days ago.

It all started when we decided to go venturing in the city. Sitting on the Muni with our newly purchased tickets at hand, we had an aura around us the size of my old high school. Across the way sat a homeless man with a parrot tucked into his jacket. "Dude" I whispered "That guy totally has a bird tucked in his shirt".

As we stared at this rather peculiar passenger he noticed our hung-over glance. "It's a parrot, I'm going to take it down to the shelter on Monday" (It's Wednesday). As we went on our ride, he proceeded to strike up conversation with us, including making sure we were "street legal". My favorite part of the conversation, however, was when he assured us... [Sessler voice]"Don't forget boys... you're in Frisco"[/Sessler voice].

As he got off the train, (lol get off) he handed us a card for what he called a "Film" company. The card depicted two people, one giving head to the other. The fact he was trying to recruit us into a porn video was now very apparent. "He pays well" the man assured us as he stepped off the Muni. "Feel free to check it out"

The door closed and the entire train burst out laughing. I have to say that was, by far, one of my most memorable experiences on public transportation.

Yes turkeys, that's right, I have no life Also this post is poorly written but i don't care because I'm just that tired I stayed up all night (literally... the sun is coming up) just to beat bioshock Well I did It took me... since 4.00 PST to now (6.30 PST) so do the math when I'm not so exhausted I love you guys also, these are all my achivements (spoilers might occur... but I doubt it... some of you guys might omfg freak out about it

I know what you're thinking. "This has to be the most frantically written post ever"

Well it is

I have a dentist appointment in 15 min, which bumbs me out, because I can't play bioshock.

I woke up this morning with a frantic message from lawl informing me his toys r us sold him a bioshock game. I didn't believe him until he showed me his picture

Then I frantically picked up the phone, and called my toys R us

"No hun, sorry, I'm supposed to tell all calls we do not carry that game"

Damn... maybe I should run down there

So I went down to the game section (this is an hour after they open FYI) and the guy is stocking the shelves. "Hey... do you guys have a copy of bioshock" "no man, but I heard other stores do, try target" (lol)

So I walked around with my 20% off copon for a bit, decided there was nothing I want, then proceed to leave. As I was driving away the employee came frantically running into the parking lot, bioshock in hand "Dude, is this the game you want?" "HELLL YEESSS" I grabbed it from him and bought it before they had the chance to change their mind. "Hey" I asked as I was about to leave "Do you have any idea when this game came out?" "No man, I hear it's a new release though" "haha, alright cool thanks"

Meanwhile i'm off to my dentist appointment, then i'll be playing my video gamez