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2:24 AM on 07.10.2011

Someone get me a straw for this.

<p>I must say that I am totally stoked (hate using that word) to be interning in the 2011 class at Dtoid. My history and some memorable moments are in my sidebar so i wont bore you with what video games that I like or don't like. Just know that I am the oldest son of a family of gamers. Father, being a table top hexagon-type game designer to my youngest brother being a Nintendo PowerFest world champion and the others being pretty adept NWGs (Nerds With Guns, not the other one you racist) or military if you want to be politically correct. We have fought many times over the years to have complete control pf the power pad and now has moved on to the leader boards. In the trials that I had to endure that was EB Games, well, the world can thank me for being the one that brought the game WOO (world of Outlaws) to the masses. Having ran the store in a small Indiana town, it was amazing to see marketing at its best. The only reason that people bought the game there was because a dirt track that was featured in the game was in real life a track outside of town. So before this turns out to be a rant about why I moved out of southern Indiana and sought asylum in northern California, just know that it was for the best. That and I got tired of random people coming into the store arguing that they could not return an open game and they should just take it in the @$$ the next time they go shopping there. Of course I said, "Fine, at least we will not have to worry about you reproducing anymore." Did I mention that I'm a people person? Fast forward a bit and now I'm doing what I love at the website that I moved out to California to be a part of... without even thinking I had a chance in hell.</p>   read





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