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Introductions / Re: IT'S BEEN A YEAR
« on: December 22, 2009, 04:50:05 pm »
It sure hasn't felt like a year since you left. This has been a fast year then. :D
Welcome back ;)
Calendar Events / Re: A very special birthday
« on: December 13, 2009, 09:59:30 pm »
Happy birthday ;) How old you gonna be?
Video Games Discussion / Re: Games of the past
« on: December 03, 2009, 11:07:17 pm »
I remember playing Super Mario Bros. 2 on my mom's friend's old NES way back when I was 2. I never could get by the first level though because I was too young to know how to play or anything. Then a couple years later I got my own PlayStation, which had just been released at the time. I remember trying to complete Crash Bandicoot without passwords, trying to drive in Gran Turismo, trying to fly in Air Combat (or Ace Combat for you PAL users), and trying to get through the first world in Gex. All such good games.

Then less than a year later, I was at my friend's house and he had a Game Boy Color and a Pokemon Blue game. After 5 minutes of trying to get out of the player's house, I decided that I wanted that game, so my parents bought me my first Game Boy Color and both Pokemon Red and Blue for Christmas that year, Red for my brother and Blue for me. I was addicted to those games and couldn't stop playing them for 5 minutes it seemed. I remember learning how to play little by little, raising levels, my Wartortle evolving in Rock Tunnel, raising my Blastoise to level 68 or so with only 4 badges, and thinking I lost that Blastoise when all I did was put it in the PC (you got to remember I was only about 4 or 5 at the time and had no clue how to play). That's what got me into Pokemon.

My interest in the PlayStation was diminishing until about 2001 or 2002 when I rented Driver 2 from my local Blockbuster. That game really got me hooked, and I eventually bought it, bringing my interest back into the PlayStation. I remember crashing as many times as I could, escaping the police multiple times, and trying to beat the game but always getting stuck on the third to last mission (to this day I've still only beaten that mission once).

In 2005 I bought my first GameCube along with Pokemon Colosseum and Kirby Air Ride. The GameCube came with SSBM as well. I thought that I would be spending most of my time playing Pokemon Colosseum and Kirby than SSBM, since I didn't think I'd like it too much, but it was the other way around really quickly. And right when I thought that I had figured everything out about the game I found out there was a debug menu and eventually bought an Action Replay for the GameCube to find this debug menu. I remember the hours wasted just playing with the debug menu making crazy things happening such as Crazy Hand and Giga Bowser spawning Goombas on the Test stage. Real good times those were.

Then I found out emulation after my PlayStation 2 broke, and got a lot of my old PlayStation games on emulation. Same applies for all the Game Boy games that I've lost, broke, or destroyed. But it still won't be able to beat playing them on a small TV with an authentic PlayStation controller or playing them on the small screen and controls of the Game Boy Color.
Congrats. I know how it feels to have a file for that long considering that I had my Crystal file from 2001 until about a month ago when my dumbass neighbor decided to delete the save files of all three of my second gen games...
I think if you have the catch trainer's Pokémon code on then it will be treated like a wild battle and you can catch it. I haven't done this in a while so it may be wrong though.

BTW a catch trainer's Pokémon code: 010157D0
Calendar Events / Re: Happy Thanksgiving!
« on: November 27, 2009, 02:38:05 pm »
I had a huge plateful of food and watched the Packer-Lions game. Then my grandparents came.
Calendar Events / Re: 06/12/09
« on: November 22, 2009, 07:25:12 pm »
He's using the European date system. So for us it would be 12/6/09 unless I'm mistaken.
So happy early birthday. ;)
Polls / Re: Which Windows System Do You Find Best?
« on: November 18, 2009, 11:48:30 pm »
Of the three I've had so far (XP, Vista, 7), 7 gets my vote as the best I've had so far. I mean it looks like Vista at first but its a bit faster at least for me and even though I found the layout confusing at first, I actually find some parts of it a little easier. Plus the system updates I've had so far have worked. XP comes next because even though it was slow at least it worked well. Vista just downright sucked for me. The system updates never worked (after a while I couldn't even manually update; it said I didn't have any Internet connection), it was slow (but still faster than XP), the Internet stopped at times, the list just goes on and on.
General Discussion / Re: Anyone uses Facebook here?
« on: November 17, 2009, 05:30:31 pm »
I am almost the same mostly going on Facebook to see what's new and only going on Myspace to update old information or to chat with friends who don't have Facebook.
And Farm Town or Farmville, whatever it is, its ridiculous :P
Aren't most Facebook apps? I find the only decent one to be iLike.
General Discussion / Re: need a cure
« on: November 04, 2009, 11:53:01 pm »
Wow. My neighbor told me that story almost word for word about himself a few months ago. Creepy.

But if you really liked someone it can sometimes be hard to stay friends at first. I'm still debating whether or not I should still be friends with the person I fell in love with because just talking to her can sometimes hurt more than if we didn't stay friends if she says the wrong thing.
General Discussion / Re: need a cure
« on: October 31, 2009, 03:20:33 pm »
Well I'm going through it again and something that I realized helps is chocolate. A few years ago I read in some book (not Harry Potter 3) that chocolate can act almost like an anti-depressant and that's helped with me at least.
General Discussion / Re: need a cure
« on: October 28, 2009, 11:09:16 pm »
have you ever fallen in love my freind?
It hurts like hell, and it feels like I want to end my life.
Dwelling on the past is all I can do...
I know exactly what that's like. It seems hard but it is possible to overcome. What really helped me was I did everything I could to forget about it. I stopped talking to her, deleted everything that had to do with her, and even stopped talking to her. I did things to distract me from it such as hanging out with other friends and playing games.

But the really hard part is completely getting over it. A suggestion would be to try to take interest in other people. Its not the end of the world, even though it may feel like it is sometimes. There's a whole lot of other people in this world. You'll find someone else.

I hope some of this helps.
Computers and Technology Discussion / Re: Windows 7: Worth It?
« on: October 25, 2009, 12:12:22 pm »
So far it seems a lot like Vista. With a different taskbar. And now you can't organize the files in your folders the way you want them to be. Plus let's not add the confusing interface in Windows Explorer.
General Discussion / Re: Funny joke
« on: October 24, 2009, 09:08:31 pm »
The Hippie and the Nun

Once upon a time (Approximately, 30 years ago) there was a Hipster who had just gotten stoned. He got on a bus and sat at the back where there was a Nun reading the Bible. Being stoned, he asked, “Hey. Wanna hook up and score?” The Nun simply replied, “No no, thank-you anyway. My virginity is Sacred.” Feeling stupid, the Hippie finally gets to his stop and is about to leave when the bus driver stops him.
“Dude, if you really want to hook up with her, you should go down to the Church every Sunday. She is a Christian and a dedicated one too. She literally LOVES Jesus!” This gave him an idea
He dressed up as Jesus and walked into the Church on Sunday. Sure enough, he saw the Nun praying. He walked up to her, held out his arms and said, “Behold. I am the mighty Jesus Christ. Lets score.” She was overjoyed

After it was over he ripped off the Costume and screamed, “Hah! I’m really the Hippie!.”

The Nun simply replied,” And I’m really the Bus Driver.”
That reminds me a lot of a similar joke. It goes something like this:

Once in San Francisco there was a cab driver who picked up a nun. While he was driving her he started crying at the wheel. She asked, "My son what is the matter?" He replied, "I can't tell you. You might get offended. "My son, I've been around long enough to hear and experience almost everything. Nothing you say could offend me." "Well, I've always had this fantasy of kissing a nun." "Well my son, if you want to kiss me, you have to be single and a Catholic." "I'm both of those." "Then let's pull over and do it."

So they pulled over in a dark alley and she kissed him so good it would've made a hooker blush. Then when they pulled out on the road, the cab driver said, " I must confess that I have sinned. I'm not a single Catholic man but a married Jewish man." "Its ok my son," replied the nun, "for I am not a nun, but a man on his way to a costume party."
Computers and Technology Discussion / Re: Windows Vista is useless.
« on: October 22, 2009, 11:28:15 pm »
Windows 7 seems a lot like Vista to me. But I've only had it a few hours.

Still I had problems like that on my old laptop.
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