I just reread the essay I wrote for last May's SAT. I decided at an early stage that I was going to use fake examples. One of them was about Tom Sanders, a fictional janitor who was able to greatly improve his work ability after being encouraged. The rather amusing part is that it actually worked; my score didn't seem hurt at all by the obviously fake examples. (Also, I just realized how awful my handwriting was. I'm surprised they were even able to read it.)
Any time someone fins a way to use both "vilify" and "vitrify" in a game's dialog, the game instantly deserves respect. On a side note, I'm finally getting the orange box, so I'm fairly excited to get to play more stuff by Valve.
Yesterday was the last day of my math class at the community college, and the teacher decided to give out the final grades while watching How the Grinch Stole Christmas (original) on a probably illegal video site. Unfortunately, the fact that it was a probably illegal video site meant that there were no quality requirements. In other words, the movie cut off right when the Grinch had taken all of the presents. Such an inopportune time for a cutoff. Sadly, neither I nor the rest of the clas
I just thought it would be interesting to say that I have a partial collection of the elements of the periodic table. At this point, I have about 30. I'll post a picture of my collection here after Christmas. Does anyone else here do something like this?
Those trans-purple bones on Onua and Earth Protector are absolutely wonderful. I'm already making plans to use them on a Toa of Xenon once the sets are released. Edit: I in no way mean to imply that I have any of them, as I do not. I'm just excited that they're finally being made.
It was pretty cool, a good, close game. I'm not an NC State fan, so I cheered for Old Dominion anyway. The only problem was some idiot behind us who yelled loudly after literally every play. My ears were still ringing when we got home.
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So I have a blog now. However, I have no idea what to blog about. Therefore, this is your chance to fulfill your wildest dreams tell me what to blog about! Also, thanks Lady Kopaka for hosting the raffle and giving me a Premier membership for winning. (:
These are all of my MOCs that will be displayed at Brickfair VA this year. if you're there, be sure to check them out! SCM-541: The White Viper: Xiroc: Tabar, Toa of Gravity: Uncle Sam: Worm Tablescraps: The pictures link to the BZPower topics, if applicable.