Wohoooo I got 40 points ;)
LOL Anyways f*cked up day today... my car broke down but I was able to fix it. Could spend much time with the kids cuz I was fixing that piece of crap. Then I was told I had 40 points.... Cant wait to make it to 100 :D High Score BABY!... Dont mind that. Missed church today again do to the stupid car but oh well...
On other news... now even fricking Norton AV 2005 wants to act like a stupid firewall..... Damn it dont we have enough crap blocked already? My proxy didnt worked today from school because Windows was waiting for me to accept the stupid connection. I installed a AntiVirus not a firewall you dumb f00ks.
PS Where the hell is my money you stupid army biatches!. My electricity is gona be shut friday if I dont pay.
Wohoooo I got 40 points ;)
OMG This brings back memories....
Must watch this..
Now all I need is a nice Rock song by Cowboy from the Silver Hawks :D.
WTF I am not working?
For once I am not working trough out the hurracaine.... (sp?) I dont think I can even work tommorow morning when I am suppose to be back. But I had to do 3 shifts in a row on the first 2 so is good to be home. The only problem is that I am alone..... and now I am bored :(.
PS One more storm like this and I am moving to Canada ;)
New Pic --------------------------->
Wee Dont I look SEXAY, BTW Any ladys interested in this hunk ;) can call me but you need to be about 5'2 have blond hair weight in about 112ish and be named Stephanie. So if you qualify give me a holla I am in the yellow pages :P.
Mood Swings WTF?
What the hell is wrong with this last few days? I have been on a mood rollercoaster one minute I am ok the next I feel like nothing is worth it. That no matter what I do it just doesnt work.
OMG I hate who ever created Chuck E. Cheese... I just spend 3 hours running around after my 2 yr old daughter in there lost her a few times. Had to even climb that stupid tube thingy tho I gota say that is preatty cool.
I hate been 27 damn it when I was a kid I had to climb trees and roofs under 100 degree sun, now this lil mofos run around indoors with the AC loud music and some fance bright color tubes and cushings.
Oh but I actually had fun. And even tho at the end of the night I got a bit pissed off I was able to shake it off right away wich is like a big step for me :P.
Double Post :D
Life Is good... I feel good, everything seems to go back into place.
AnalogX Sucks Mayor ASS!...
Oh lord I was hating life having to use IE at school to get around their stupid filters. I was running AnalogX on my XP machine at home to route my traffic trough there but it wouldn't work right with FireFox. After a few minutes of surfing the damn pages would change. I could visite 1000 urls and the same page will be displayed.
Anyways just switch over to Proxy+ and I can say is this thing rocks. It feels faster and works well with FireFox. Now I dont need to look at them pesty adds... is that even a word? ..... anyways FireFox Proxy+ and AddBlock extension for FireForx = Winning Combo.
Today was a good day. I played Grand Turismo 3 with my son and chased my 2 yr old daughter all over the house. Damn I am exhausted. Anyways it was good.
Now tommorow I am back to school and work for 16 hr a day. I already hear ppl messing with my new LT rank. But come on... lets see if I care :D
Check this site out might be of interest to me. Ill post back if this thing works or not.
BEST FRICKING DAY OF MY LIFE!
If you know me you know what I did today and it was the best day eva!!!!!
I feel like singing :D
This was stolen from fitness.msn.com I tough it was funny but good :P
10 Tips to Being a Better Husband
Simple secrets to keeping her happy
By: Hugh O'Neil
No. 1 - Kill never and always
When you and Lucy argue, don't use either of these two words. First of all, they're not technically accurate. It's not true that she never wears the cheerleader skirt; you got some boolah-boolah on your birthday. But, more important, they're gas-on-the-fire words. Instead of these indicting adverbs, use ameliorative words and phrases, like sometimes or I feel or I wish.
Darn right they're soft, but guess what? The best husbands actually are a skosh more sensitive to their wives' feelings than your average brute of a mate is. By the way, the words never and always are great when you're complimenting her, as in, "You never fail to amaze me" or "I always enjoy reaching under your blouse."
No. 2 - Work the reunions
You come though the door tired, maybe distracted about something at work. You riffle though the mail, ask her a routine how-was-your-day question, and give her a pro forma kiss. But let's face it, you don't really focus on her, do you? She gets only a sliver of your attention. Not good enough.
Don't panic. I'm not about to suggest in-the-moment mindfulness. Men can't be "in" every moment. The secret is to "husband" your limited supply of attention, save it for deployment at pivotal times. Think like John McEnroe, who would occasionally tank a forsaken fourth set, saving his strength for the pivotal fifth. Your key moments are the reunions. Take a few seconds and resolve to be fully tuned-in during each come-together moment. You can do it. Trust me, if I can, you can.
Here's the plain truth: For all the habituation of marriage, all the erosions that come with familiarity, a link between a man and a woman is also instantly renewable in a momentary locked-on gaze. For just a beat, maybe two, claim her with your eyeballs. Look at her in a way that says, "I'm glad to be home, back in our powerful secret." This kind of subtle but daily maintenance keeps the engine thrumming.
No. 3 - Laugh at her
Among the most affirming things one person can do for another is to laugh at the other's attempts at humor. Lots of husbands, over time, forget this salute. What's that you say? Your wife isn't funny? So what? Neither is your dolt of a boss, but you laugh at his lame attempts. Why? Because you're trying to prove you respect him. Bingo!
One of the biggest dangers mature marriages face is that Homer and Marge stop trying to demonstrate their respect for each other. Laughter is tonic for a woman's woes. Keep it on display.
No. 4 Make the lion's roar
Describing his important role during World War II, Winston Churchill once remarked that though he was no lion, it had fallen to him to make the lion's roar. Every now and then, husbands have to get fierce, defiant on behalf of their team.
It won't happen often, but when you are in a confrontational situation, where reason and soft words have failed-a dispute with a teacher, a vendor, a bill collector, your neighbor, your mother-be prepared to bark in unambiguous defense of your family. Don't shrink from this obligation. Your wife's regard for you will shrink if you do.
No. 5 - Be a little lamblike, too
Yes, this contradicts the carnivorous idea above, but a husband is versatile: He can hammer the tee ball and feather the wedge. Softness and kindness and tenderness and all those traits that ain't much use in the marketplace are pure gold when it comes to being a husband.
A good husband relies on his wife, values her counsel, trusts her to love him even though he's not in command. We're most human when we're wounded or lost. Fred Rogers once said that the best gift you can give somebody is to gracefully receive his or her help. That enriches everybody, giver and getter alike. Now and then, wrap your arms around your wife and whisper that you're a mite confused. Let her help you find your way.
No. 6 - She needs closeness to feel sexual; you need sex to feel close
This is the fundamental impenetrable puzzle of love. I have no idea what to do about this. But great husbands have this reality in mind at all times.
No. 7 - Be touchy
Apparently, we touch our wives too infrequently-except, of course, when we are taxiing for takeoff. It pains me to cede any ground, but we're guilty as charged. I know one husband who when he's feeling conjugal actually touches his wife as though he cherishes her character. But in fact, he's hoping to cherish her caboose in a kitchen quickie. She sees through me every time. Did I say me? I meant him.
Nonsexual touch is a potent, underused endorsement of another soul. As you're heading out the door, give her upper arm a quick, affectionate double squeeze. As you're walking into a party or to your table, put a guiding hand, lightly but surely, on her lower back. Some nothing-special Tuesday night while she's standing at the sink doing the dishes, come up behind her and give her a kiss on the back of her head. It should be more than a peck-make it last 1.4 seconds.
Throw in a little grunt of gratitude; its message is only this: "I'm a lucky man." Don't linger behind her. No arms. No hint of pelvic urge. She'll get cranky if she suspects you're cruising for dessert while she's scraping chicken gunk off a baking dish. Just drop the husband kiss on her noggin and get out of there. She'll feel valued.
No. 8 - See the coffee cup
The perfect husband understands that women often get confused by stuff that doesn't matter, as in the unwashed coffee cup that's been sitting in the sink for days. Few wives understand that it isn't that we see the coffee cup and elect not to rinse it, but rather that the neural link between our eyeballs and brains actually keeps us from seeing the cup. The gender biology of why we don't see the cup comes down to this: We have a lot of more important things on our minds. Will the Bills cover? Any chance of sex today? I think my biceps really are getting bigger. Our minds are cauldrons of profound thoughts. Any wonder we occasionally overlook some stray dishware?
Charge: We don't help enough around the house. We're guilty. But here's the fix: Do more. Not a lot more-just a little more. One of the best things about women is that they really appreciate the smallest sign that you're trying. They're effort oriented.
Try walking into a room with a woman's mind. Imagine that your brain has space in it for trivialities like unwashed cups. Ask yourself, If I were a psycho neat freak, what would bother me in here? The coffee cup-which sometimes takes the form of the kids' sneakers under the table or the metro section crumpled on the couch-will suddenly reveal itself to you.
No. 9 - She ain't broke, so don't fix her
People rarely change unless they feel accepted as they are. Once folks feel they're not required to change, growth happens.
No. 10 - Play to win
You know the athletic wisdom that warns against playing not to lose, that argues you have to be loose to let your skills flow and maximize your game? Same goes for marriage. Oh, sure, you can have a perfectly fine little partnership by taking the cautious route. He & She Inc. may even hum along nicely if you companionably sidestep the briar patches. But that's no way to be a great husband. She's entitled to more, the full monty, the whole experience of being affiliated with, no, make that loved by, a man.
People often settle for accommodating coupledom because they're afraid some explosive issues will blow up the marriage. They fear ending their days alone, living under the bridge behind the high school. Set yourself free to play bravely by taking the big risk, divorce, off the table. Decide that you meant what you said at the wedding, that this woman, come what may, is your partner for life.
Older couples often report that once they've gone past the point where they might leave each other, their partnership gets an invigorating second wind. No longer afraid of being alone, they talk things through. In pursuit of something richer than mere amity, they explore regrets, grievances. Sure, it can be difficult, but it's full and human and adrenal and-hallelujah!-not dull. And it can lead to a more spacious marriage, a connection that is full hearted and well tempered instead of taped together.
Wow.... I am a Second Lieutenant for Wackenhut..... them sorry bastards put some bars on my collar but wont give out a raise...
In other news I need to buy Demon Stone for PS2... cant wait to kick some ass with Dritzz on that game. Oh and note to self her password is machito. HA HA HA dont pay attention to that :P.
Oh and life still sucks Anyone have 770 bucks I can use to pay my rent?
Me goes to sleep now got school in the morning :(
Yes I am tired as hell havent had much sleep in the past few days. And btw where the hell is my money? Yes I am talking to you ARMY stupid mofos havent payed me for going to school and my damn rent is 14 days late. I think I am getting kicked out!.
In other news... there is no other news I am broke :(
Two quick notes...
1. NOTE TO SELF: Check this site out when I get home. Cant do this from school :P
2. If you still feel the need to spam the shit out of my forums I might keep them up. So here is the link :D
Sad weekend for me.....
I just returned from an unexpected flight to Puerto Rico, my grandma has just passed away and I had to run out in the middle of class to go home and make arrangements. Now not only I dont have a grandma but I am also broke and have no way of paying this months rent wich is already late.
Talk about problems he?
If you are trying to access gamedestroyers dot com, you may have noticed that the server was slow, the forums where not active, the CMS used for the site was slow and the desing was crap.
With that in mind I have moved here. I will be posting whatever interesting happends here. Feel free to leave any comments ala I wont give a shit anyways. No one ever visisted GD either so why would you visit me here.
In other news... my gamedestroyers dot com email will be going down soon enough. Back to hotmail's spam. or gmail.
Wow... I created this blog over 2 years ago.... and this is my first real post? Ha ha ha anyways with the downfall of gamedestroyers.com coming soon enough, I guess I can start posting here instead. Since I havent found a community that I feel comfortable with.
Anyways I guess this is better than nothing.